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Mobile Podcasts

These short podcasts are of frequently asked questions dealing with Mobile and Health.

  • Impact of exclusion zones policies on siting of base stations (Podcast) November 20, 2012 podcastdownloadsmall Dr. Jack Rowley, Director for Research & Sustainability, of the GSMA gives an overview of the Impact of exclusion zones policies on siting of base stations report. The report presents the results of a modeling analysis of the impacts of planning-based exclusion zones on the ability to site mobile communication base stations. See also our related Health & Environment blog post.
  • Overview to IARC and Press Release June 2011 June 16, 2011 podcastdownloadsmall Dr. Jack Rowley, Director for Research & Sustainability, of the GSMA gives an overview of the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) and a background to the IARC announcement and classification of whether radio signals transmitted from mobile phones cause cancer.
  • REPACHOLI Interviews 03- October 2010 October 29, 2010 podcastdownloadsmall In the concluding part of this three-part feature interview, Dr. Jack Rowley, Director for Research & Sustainability, of the GSMA talks to Dr. Michael Repacholi about his view on the EMF ‘hyper-sensitive’ community and what the mobile industry should be doing to address health concerns.
  • REPACHOLI Interviews 02- October 2010 October 29, 2010 podcastdownloadsmall In the second of a three-part feature interview, Dr. Jack Rowley, Director for Research & Sustainability, of the GSMA talks to Dr. Michael Repacholi about the INTERPHONE project and in Dr. Repacholi’s opinion was the “biggest and best study that’s been conducted so far on mobile phone use anywhere in the world.”
  • REPACHOLI Interviews 01- October 2010 October 29, 2010 podcastdownloadsmall In a three-part feature interview, Dr. Jack Rowley, Director for Research & Sustainability, of the GSMA talks to Dr. Michael Repacholi, Chairman Emeritus of the International Council for Non-Ionizing Radiation Protection (ICNIRP) and one of the world’s leading authorities on health and safety issues relating to mobile telecommunications. Dr. Repacholi explains the research and science behind international safety standards and why people should feel safe using mobile phones.
  • Interview with David Dzumba March 6, 2010 podcastdownloadsmall DISCLAIMER: MOBILEpodcast is made available for download by the Mobile Manufacturers Forum and the GSMA. The information contained on this podcast is provided for general information purposes only and does not purport to offer legal, health or any other professional advice. Where reference is made to a company, or a specific commercial product or service howsoever referred, no endorsement or recommendation is implied or intended. The views expressed are those of the speaker alone, and do not necessarily represent those of the Mobile Manufacturers Forum or GSMA. All guests have volunteered their time to help promote an open discussions of the issues addressed.
  • Interview with Dr Joe Morrissey February 6, 2010 podcastdownloadsmall In this edition we speak with Dr Joe Morrissey, a visiting assistant professor of pharmaceutical sciences with the Nova Southeastern University in Florida, about a recent workshop he hosted on the thermal aspects of radio frequency exposure.
  • Interview with Dr Georg Neubauer November 6, 2009 podcastdownloadsmall In this edition we speak with Dr Georg Neubauer, a researcher with the Austrian Institute of Technologies, about mobile phone base station exposure assessment and the feasibility of base station epidemiology studies.
  • Interview with Professor Peter Wiedemann August 6, 2009 podcastdownloadsmall In this edition we speak with Professor Peter Wiedemann, a research director at the German Federal Research Centre, about risk communication and mobile phone health issues.
  • Interview with Michael Dolan – Part 1 July 6, 2009 podcastdownloadsmall In this episode we speak with Mike Dolan, executive director of the Mobile Operators Association, about mobile phone technology and health issues in the United Kingdom.
  • Interview with Michael Dolan – Part 2 June 6, 2009 podcastdownloadsmall In this second part of our interview with Mike Dolan, executive director of the Mobile Operators Association, we continue our discussion about mobile phone technology and health issues in the United Kingdom, with a particular emphasis on a recent paper discussing application of the precautionary principle to mobile communications.
  • Interview with Dr. Sigfrid Soli June 6, 2009 podcastdownloadsmall In this edition we speak with Dr Sigfrid Soli, a principal investigator with the House Ear Institute (HEI) in the United States, about their work on mobile phones and hearing aid compatibility.
  • Interview with Professor Rodney Croft April 6, 2009 podcastdownloadsmall In this edition of MOBILEpodcast we speak with the Executive Director of the Australian Centre for Radiofrequency Bioeffects Research, Professor Rodney Croft, about the ACRBRs research on the possible health effects of human exposure to electromagnetic fields.
  • Interview with TEDICORE coordinator Gunela Astbrink March 6, 2009 podcastdownloadsmall In this edition we speak with Gunela Astbrink, the national coordinator of the Australian consumer advocacy group TEDICORE, about their work on raising awareness of telecommunication issues for people with a disability.
  • Interview with Dr Debi Roker December 6, 2008 podcastdownloadsmall In the last MOBILEpodcast for 2008, we speak with Dr Debi Roker, co-director of the Trust for the Study of Adolescence in the United Kingdom, about their research on the role of mobile phones in family communication.
  • Interview with Professor Renato Sabbatini November 6, 2008 podcastdownloadsmall In this MOBILEpodcast episode we speak with Professor Renato Sabbatini, president and chairman of the Edumed Institute for education in medicine and health in Brazil, about the impact of mobile phone access for use in emergency situations.
  • Interview with Dawn Haig-Thomas June 6, 2008 podcastdownloadsmall In this episode we speak with Dawn Haig-Thomas, Director of the GSM Association’s Development Fund about their work to improve health care and social welfare using mobile communications as well as alternative energy projects for mobile networks.
  • Interview with AMTA CEO Chris Althaus May 6, 2008 podcastdownloadsmall In this MOBILEpodcast episode we speak with Chris Althaus, the chief executive officer of the Australian Mobile Telecommunications Association about their environment and recycling program – Mobile Muster.
  • Interview with Dr Chung-Kwang (CK) Chou – Part 2 April 6, 2008 podcastdownloadsmall In this second part of our MOBILEpodcast interview with Motorola’s Chief EME Scientist, Dr Chung-Kwang (CK) Chou we speak about his own research background and the important role that dosimetry plays in research projects in this field.
  • Interview with Professor Lawrie Challis – Part 1 March 6, 2008 podcastdownloadsmall In this MOBILEpodcast we speak with the former chairman of the Mobile Telecommunications and Health Research Programme Professor Lawrie Challis about his views on the safety of mobile telephony, discuss his time with the MTHR Programme and talk about risk communication in science.
  • Interview with Professor Lawrie Challis – Part 2 March 6, 2008 podcastdownloadsmall In the second part of this interview, we discuss the management and outcomes of the MTHR programme.
  • Interview with Dr Chung-Kwang (CK) Chou – Part 1 February 6, 2008 podcastdownloadsmall In this MOBILEpodcast we speak with Motorola’s Chief EME Scientist, Dr Chung-Kwang (CK) Chou about recent developments in China, international safety standards and the relationship between scientists and the media.
  • Interview with Dr Vijayalaxmi, University of Texas January 6, 2008 podcastdownloadsmall In this MOBILEpodcast we speak with the University Texas Health Science Centre Associate Professor Vijayalaxmi about her research into possible connections between mobile phone emissions and genetic mutation as well as about health and safety research in the developing world.
  • Interview with Dr Ken Foster, University of Pennsylvania June 6, 2007 podcastdownloadsmall In this interview we discuss the recent media attention on Wi-Fi devices with Pennsylvania Bioengineer Dr Ken Foster, whether different signals are more biologically active than others and finally discuss his work on the issue of precautionary measures.
  • Interview with Dr Eric Van Rongen, Health Council of the Netherlands May 6, 2007 podcastdownloadsmallThis interview discusses newer radio technologies, such as 3G, DECT cordless phones and WiFi networks. Dr van Rongen also reviews the replication of the TNO 3G study and advice on mobile phone use by children.
  • Interview with Dr Michael Repacholi, University of Rome March 30, 2007 podcastdownloadsmall This covers the March 2007 report issued by the Irish Government’s Expert Group on Health Effects of Electromagnetic Fields, of which he was a member. It also deals with how to make sense of the apparently contradictory media reports on the science in this area.

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