The Operative Word: An ISCHP Podcast

Prefer your critical health psychology in podcast form?

The ISCHP podcast, The Operative Word, aims to feature special guests from the international community, and to offer invigorating discussion and thoughtful reflection on topics that have relevance for critical health psychology. At its core, this podcast is about providing a platform for our ISCHP members and invited others to share their insights and reflections about subjects close to our hearts as critical researchers.

Listen and subscribe to Volume One of The Operative Word now!

New episodes (Volume Two) available later in 2022

The ISCHP podcast, The Operative Word, aims to feature special guests from the international community, and to offer invigorating discussion and thoughtful reflection on topics that have relevance for critical health psychology. At its core, this podcast is about providing a platform for our ISCHP members and invited others to share their insights and reflections about subjects close to our hearts as critical researchers.

The Operative Word was started in In 2018, edited by Britta Wigginton, Ally Gibson, and Brett Scholz. It presented six podcasts (in Volume 1). In each, a different academic was interviewed about the 5 Minute Challenge that they presented at the 2017 ISCHP conference (Loughborough, UK). The Editors also wrote this blog post about their inspiration and motivation for creating The Operative Word podcast.

Meet the Editorial Team

Ally Gibson

@allyfgibson

School of Health, Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand.

Andrea LaMarre

@andrealala89

School of Psychology, Massey University, New Zealand

Brett Scholz

@brett_scholz

College of Health & Medicine, Australian National University, Australia