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Office 365 Distilled
EP96: Exploring Value in Viva Goals

Office 365 Distilled

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 6, 2022 62:15


Keeping Change and Adoption Real: The Workshop ... Come and see us live this year...South Coast Summit:  October 14th 2022 Tickets:https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/keeping-change-and-adoption-real-1-day-workshop-tickets-359518869617M365 Conference – Las Vagas: December 9th Register:https://www.m365conf.com/#!/workshop/Keeping%20Change%20and%20Adoption%20Real:%20The%20Workshop/5553And on the podcast...Steve and Marijn kick off their Summer podcasts with a quick check on their Vacations and a Proud Dad tells you about his daughter obtaining her Degree and the graduation partiesMarijn lists all the injuries he was plagued with on the dangerous holiday park he stayed at in France.  Steve did a road trip around the south of England and Wales.The boys have a busy end of the year with presentations and workshops in Belgium, the Netherlands, Copenhagen, UK and USA  (Vagas Baby...) Microsoft put Viva Goals into GA this week, so Steve and Marijn start talking about OKRs, the business's implications, and all that you need to prepare for.Goals will allow the organisation to be transparent in what Objectives the board has decided will drive the business forward.  Recent statistics from Microsoft show that 77% of the workforce needs more purpose in their work.  Viva Goals could be a way to change that statistic to the most positive.Steve considered the old MC server system, which included 3 servers that started with the High-level programs followed by the Projects and then the client tools.  You could not create a project unless it was a vital aspect of the program and connected.  This allowed a roll-up of the program costs and delivery.The conversation comes to the most significant consideration, which is the fact that to make this work, it requires buy-in from the highest level to the lowest action.Marijn and Steve finish by going Welsh and tasting the Penderyn Hiraeth No8 in the 50 special release whiskies coming from the South Wales distillery in the Brecon Beacons.  Steve admits to not being the biggest fan of their standards but this one is lifted above many.

New Books Network
China's Role in the Future of Green Energy

New Books Network

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 22:49


How green is green energy really? And what role does Asia, more specifically China play in the transition to green energy? On the 7th of July, International Energy Agency came out with a press release warning the world to diversify the solar panel supply chain, which as of now is dominated by China. In this episode, Saskia Lilli Lehtsalu, an intern at University of Tartu Asia Center will take a look at the current energy green energy dilemma and discuss the future scenarios with energy expert Einari Kisel from Tallinn University of Technology (TalTech) in Estonia. Einari is the current Head of Partnerships and Strategy in the Fin-est Center for Smart Cities in TalTech and former World Energy Council Regional Manager for Europe. The Nordic Asia Podcast is a collaboration sharing expertise on Asia across the Nordic region, brought to you by the Nordic Institute of Asian Studies (NIAS) based at the University of Copenhagen, along with our academic partners: the Centre for East Asian Studies at the University of Turku, and Asianettverket at the University of Oslo. We aim to produce timely, topical and well-edited discussions of new research and developments about Asia. About NIAS: www.nias.ku.dk Transcripts of the Nordic Asia Podcasts: http://www.nias.ku.dk/nordic-a... Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network

New Books in East Asian Studies
China's Role in the Future of Green Energy

New Books in East Asian Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 22:49


How green is green energy really? And what role does Asia, more specifically China play in the transition to green energy? On the 7th of July, International Energy Agency came out with a press release warning the world to diversify the solar panel supply chain, which as of now is dominated by China. In this episode, Saskia Lilli Lehtsalu, an intern at University of Tartu Asia Center will take a look at the current energy green energy dilemma and discuss the future scenarios with energy expert Einari Kisel from Tallinn University of Technology (TalTech) in Estonia. Einari is the current Head of Partnerships and Strategy in the Fin-est Center for Smart Cities in TalTech and former World Energy Council Regional Manager for Europe. The Nordic Asia Podcast is a collaboration sharing expertise on Asia across the Nordic region, brought to you by the Nordic Institute of Asian Studies (NIAS) based at the University of Copenhagen, along with our academic partners: the Centre for East Asian Studies at the University of Turku, and Asianettverket at the University of Oslo. We aim to produce timely, topical and well-edited discussions of new research and developments about Asia. About NIAS: www.nias.ku.dk Transcripts of the Nordic Asia Podcasts: http://www.nias.ku.dk/nordic-a... Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/east-asian-studies

New Books in Environmental Studies
China's Role in the Future of Green Energy

New Books in Environmental Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 22:49


How green is green energy really? And what role does Asia, more specifically China play in the transition to green energy? On the 7th of July, International Energy Agency came out with a press release warning the world to diversify the solar panel supply chain, which as of now is dominated by China. In this episode, Saskia Lilli Lehtsalu, an intern at University of Tartu Asia Center will take a look at the current energy green energy dilemma and discuss the future scenarios with energy expert Einari Kisel from Tallinn University of Technology (TalTech) in Estonia. Einari is the current Head of Partnerships and Strategy in the Fin-est Center for Smart Cities in TalTech and former World Energy Council Regional Manager for Europe. The Nordic Asia Podcast is a collaboration sharing expertise on Asia across the Nordic region, brought to you by the Nordic Institute of Asian Studies (NIAS) based at the University of Copenhagen, along with our academic partners: the Centre for East Asian Studies at the University of Turku, and Asianettverket at the University of Oslo. We aim to produce timely, topical and well-edited discussions of new research and developments about Asia. About NIAS: www.nias.ku.dk Transcripts of the Nordic Asia Podcasts: http://www.nias.ku.dk/nordic-a... Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/environmental-studies

Understand Suicide
Ep. 91 - Sleep, mental health, and suicide - Nikolaj Høier

Understand Suicide

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 50:31


Nikolaj Høier is a researcher at The Danish Research Institute for Suicide Prevention (DRISP) in Copenhagen and at The Chronopsychiatry Research Group at The University of Edinburgh. His study looked at the association between sleep disorders and the risk for suicide. In this interview, Nikolaj talks about the impact of sleep deprivation on mental health, the risks involved with medication, how sleep helps regulate your whole body and brain, how it impacts your mood and relationships, and he also gives us practical tips on improving sleep. The researcher gives us an overview of his research findings, which included over seven million people living in Denmark during 1980 and 2016. Find the Danish Research Institute for Suicide Prevention: https://bit.ly/3vI4SzF Read Nikolaj's article “Association between hospital-diagnosed sleep disorders and suicide: a nationwide cohort study:” https://bit.ly/3StKv2P Visit my page www.understandsuicide.com Enroll in my course "How to help suicidal people." https://bit.ly/3klNZ7n Find my book "Understanding suicide: living with loss, paths to prevention:” https://amzn.to/2ANczuR If you need to talk, contact the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: https://suicidepreventionlifeline.org Phone: 800-273-8255 --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/paula-fontenelle/message

New Books in Chinese Studies
China's Role in the Future of Green Energy

New Books in Chinese Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 22:49


How green is green energy really? And what role does Asia, more specifically China play in the transition to green energy? On the 7th of July, International Energy Agency came out with a press release warning the world to diversify the solar panel supply chain, which as of now is dominated by China. In this episode, Saskia Lilli Lehtsalu, an intern at University of Tartu Asia Center will take a look at the current energy green energy dilemma and discuss the future scenarios with energy expert Einari Kisel from Tallinn University of Technology (TalTech) in Estonia. Einari is the current Head of Partnerships and Strategy in the Fin-est Center for Smart Cities in TalTech and former World Energy Council Regional Manager for Europe. The Nordic Asia Podcast is a collaboration sharing expertise on Asia across the Nordic region, brought to you by the Nordic Institute of Asian Studies (NIAS) based at the University of Copenhagen, along with our academic partners: the Centre for East Asian Studies at the University of Turku, and Asianettverket at the University of Oslo. We aim to produce timely, topical and well-edited discussions of new research and developments about Asia. About NIAS: www.nias.ku.dk Transcripts of the Nordic Asia Podcasts: http://www.nias.ku.dk/nordic-a... Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/chinese-studies

TwoBrainRadio
How Two-Brain Helps Gyms Outside North America

TwoBrainRadio

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 10:44


Can Two-Brain Business help gyms outside the U.S. and Canada? Yes!Two-Brain is the largest gym mentorship company in the world and has helped over 2,000 gyms all over the globe. We have  clients in Sweden, Norway, Denmark, Australia, New Zealand, France, Ireland, the U.K., Chile, Brazil, United Arab Emirates, Taiwan, Japan and many other countries. Two-Brain also has multilingual mentors in a host of different countries. The main thing Chris Cooper has learned by helping business owners around the world: Some things translate and others don't. For example, rent rates might be different in Copenhagen and Sydney. But the concept of getting  maximum return on investment for your space is universal. So mentors always start with sound universal principles and then tailor exact business-building tactics to each unique gym.  In today's episode, Chris discusses how Two-Brain analyzes data to determine universal best practices a mentor can use to help individual gym owners all over the world, regardless of their currencies, customs or local situations. Listen to find out how Two-Brain can help you build your fitness business—wherever you are.LinksTwo-Brain Map: current mentorship clients0:33 - Whirlwind Two-Brain international tour2:24 - COVID adaptations worldwide3:06 - Creating systems with a global perspective3:37 - The Two-Brain Map5:07 - Mentors from around the world6:14 - All gyms worldwide: similarities and differences8:52 - Testing new systems in global markets

Jewelry Journey Podcast
Episode 165 Part 1: Making a Name for Art Jewelry in Denmark

Jewelry Journey Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 21:58


What you'll learn in this episode: Why art jewelry is a way to reflect current times How Annette is trying to create an art jewelry gallery in Copenhagen Why people often don't understand art jewelry, even in cultures with a tradition of goldsmithing, art and design Why Americans are more willing to wear large statement pieces About Annette Dam Annette Dam is educated from the Oslo National Academy of the Arts in Norway in 1999 and has since worked conceptually and exhibition-oriented. Annette Dam's works have been exhibited at exhibitions in Denmark as well as internationally. In 2015 she was selected for the World Craft Council's European Prize for Applied Arts in Belgium. Annette Dam received the prestigious Skt. Loye award from the Kjøbenhavns Guldsmedelaug. Additional Resources: Website Instagram Klimt02 Photos available on TheJewelryJourney.com Transcript: For Danish artist-jeweler Annette Dam, the appeal of art jewelry lies in the challenge of making it. How do you turn an idea or feeling into a wearable piece of art? That's the question she asks before starting any piece. She joined the Jewelry Journey Podcast to talk about her upcoming exhibitions and projects; how people from different cultures approach art jewelry; and why she wants to help the Danish art jewelry scene thrive. Read the episode transcript here. Sharon: Hello, everyone. Welcome to the Jewelry Journey Podcast. This is a two-part Jewelry Journey Podcast. Please make sure you subscribe so you can hear part two as soon as it comes out later this week.    Today my guest is artist-jeweler Annette Dam, speaking to us from Denmark. Annette's work is very intriguing. It's straightforward, but she also injects humor. When you look at her work, you say, “Oh, my god, it's so true what she's saying. It's so true, but it's also very funny. Why didn't I think of that?” Her work has been exhibited in museums and at shows around the world. She always has several projects going at once, which we'll hear about today. Annette, welcome to the program.   Annette: Thank you, Sharon. It's nice to be here.   Sharon: So glad to have you. Tell us about your jewelry journey. How is it that you got into art jewelry?   Annette: That was kind of coincidental, actually. I always drew a lot when I was a kid. I always did lots of arts and crafts. I come from a family of do-it-yourself types and creatives, but not in an artistic way. So, I'm used to drawing and stuff. I remember when people asked me, “What do you want to do when you grow up?” I said, “I want to be an architect.” I kind of wanted to be that. There was also, I must admit, something about giving them an answer that they would accept and leave me alone. Then I got into this after gymnasium—   Sharon: High school.   Annette: Yes, high school, but in Denmark, it's like the last part of your high school and the first of college. Anyway, I came to this school. It was kind of a boarding school. You do it often on your sabbatical, but it's a very big thing in Denmark to go to these schools. They can be creative. They can be about athletics. They can be about politics. They can be about a lot of things. I went to, of course, an artistic one.    I was dreaming about coming into this class with glass blowers, but it was filled up, so I heard, “Well, maybe you should try jewelry,” and I said, “O.K.” It just opened to me because I had the image of jewelry as being precious materials, nice and fine, wearable, functional. Wedding rings and stuff like that. But that school opened up to me that jewelry could be so much more. This was in Denmark. After that, I wanted to search if there was a way for me to do jewelry. In Denmark, you could do goldsmithing. They had something called the Institute of Precious Metals, but it was an add-on if you were already a goldsmith, which I wasn't and I didn't want to become one. In my head, you would spend the first couple of years doing repairs, making coffee, and I wasn't into that.    I had already been to Norway working at this ski resort. I went back, heard about this school in Norway, and met a girl who had gone there as an architect. She explained it and I said, “This sounds amazing, just what I want,” and she said, “Well, it's very hard to get in. You'll probably not make it.” I have a stubborn side to me, so at the moment she said that, I definitely wanted to try. After a long application process, I got in. I had five years at Oslo National Academy of the Arts. It's a wonderful school. I can highly recommend it today.    I spent five years there exploring materials, concepts. The school is built on letting you a course of a lot of skills, technical stuff of course, but you always have to do something artistic with it. Even though you're learning a technique, it has to be more than that. I thought that was great, that I could express myself through jewelry, an art form I really enjoyed doing. Altogether, I spent 11 years in Norway. It wasn't planned, and my mother was saying, “When are you coming home?”    Eventually I had kids and I went back to Denmark. In Denmark, it's very common to stop at these—what do they call it?—joint workshops, where there are a lot of people sharing not only the space, but also the machines and the tools. As a startup jewelry artist, those machines are very expensive. For me, getting into this joint workshop, where we were 10 people at the time, was really good because I'm not from Copenhagen. I moved back to Copenhagen from Norway. I'm not from there, so I didn't have a lot of network there, but I got that through this workshop. There were a lot of wonderful people there. I wasn't limited by not having all the big machines because they were already there. I stayed in that workshop for quite a lot of years. I made a lot of good friends. I stuck to doing exhibition work. I wanted to do bigger projects and exhibition work, and then I would teach on the side, do odd jobs. I was able to do these crazy things that I wanted to do, and that worked out quite fine, I think. I've been doing that ever since, actually.   There at one of the workshops I met a now very, very good friend and colleague. We made this project called Art Jewelry Copenhagen. That's a platform where we make group exhibitions and workshops and seminars. We've been traveling a lot under this platform, Art Jewelry Copenhagen. When people asked me at the time, as a young chick, “What do you want to be when you grow up?” and I had answered, “An art jeweler,” I don't know if I would have gotten off that easily as when I replied, “I want to be an architect.”    Sharon: Art jewelry means so many different things. It's so hard to define. You're described as an artist-jeweler. Then there are people who say they're jewelry artists. How do you define art jewelry?   Annette: To me, art jewelry is a method to reflect current times. It's a way of having a discussion with myself and then doing these pieces that comment on it, as all contemporary arts comment on the present day. That can be either through form, material, aesthetics, or it could be making a statement or commenting on the political or environmental landscape we have nowadays. For me, it's this method of digging into things, having this discussion about how to look at it, a way through a process, investigating themes, materials that I didn't know before, and then putting it on my own body.    Sharon: Art Jewelry Copenhagen, it seems like it's been very well received. You went to Asia. You've been all over the world.   Annette: Yeah, the last exhibition we had was at ATTA Gallery in Bangkok. Unfortunately, just at the time it was looking up with Covid, we thought we were going there. We bought the tickets, and then suddenly Thailand made some restrictions so we couldn't go anyway. That was really sad, but we made this exhibition at ATTA Gallery where Marie-Louise Kristensen and I had invited seven other artists from Denmark making these—we call the exhibition COPENHAGEN ReARRANGED. It was basically about inspiring each other. As artists, we stand on the shoulders of many artists and designers before us, but we also get inspired to help each other. We all exchanged elements. I had very typical elements from what I'm doing, and I gave them to someone else in the group, and I received something from another person that I had to implement in a new piece. Denmark also has a long tradition of working together and the notion that you can do more together than alone. We have a lot of unions; we have a lot of them from old times, and these, I don't know, communities—   Sharon: Like guilds?   Annette: Guilds, but also for housing. There are a lot of groups that join forces, and then you can do something as a group that you could never do alone. We have a long tradition of doing that. That school I mentioned before is also a part of that culture where you join forces. So, in this exhibition, we joined forces with other colleagues that we enjoy working with and made this exhibition. The artists had their own work, and then you could very easily see which was a collaborative work and which was not. It worked out, but we would have loved to go and list it at a gallery again.    Sharon: Will you be able to do that now?   Annette: Yes, now we can do it, but the exhibition is over. We'll go another time. Actually, COPENHAGEN ReARRANGRD has been a gift to me. I'm also doing things with my friend and colleague. Marie-Louise Kristensen has made me do something I wouldn't have done alone.   Sharon: That's Marie-Louise Kristensen.   Annette: Yes.   Sharon: Another art jeweler who's very creative, also.    Annette: Yes.   Sharon: I'm jumping around here, but you mentioned the collaboration. You're starting to put something together that you call Spacious Copenhagen.   Annette: Yes.   Sharon: Tell us about that.   Annette: Yes. Marie-Louise Kristensen won't be in that project because she would prefer to stay free in a way. I think I'm at the point in my career and life where I'm ready to establish something that binds me a little bit more in Copenhagen, and I would love to create this space that I'm missing myself in Copenhagen. I'm trying to create this platform and artist space gallery called Spacious Copenhagen. I have plans for three exhibitions next year. I'm starting out. That's a lot of work before—Aleah – Is something missing here? Do I need to fill it out?)   Sharon: Yeah, I'm sure.   Annette: —if it's a bigger group exhibition. I have these three ideas that I'm going to carry out, and in the meantime I'll see if I can also find a permanent space in the inner city of Copenhagen ideally. I need to have funding and financial ballast to do that, but I'm starting out. I'm doing the platform and the website at the moment, so small steps, but I want to have this place where I can do whatever I want. I don't have to apply for someone else's space, and I can also invite internationally whomever I want. Ideally, I would also like to create something like an artist in residence over time. A lot of ideas, but I have to take small steps because I'm just me. And I´m not a full-time gallerist but an artist that aims to make an exhibition platform and doing my own work as well. (05_Annette Dam)   We don´t have many galleries showing art jewellery or museums with jewellery collections – the Danish Design Museum has some pieces in their general arts and craft collection, but not really a considerable collection representing the field. What we DO have though, is the Danish Arts foundation´s `jewelry box´ which consists of works they bought over, I think, the last 40 years, and those pieces of jewelry one can actually borrow and wear, if you in some ways are attending an official event or celebration. The Danish Jewelry Box is a very special and democratic arrangement that you could probably do another podcast about – in that case I suggest that you talk with Anni Nørskov Mørch, who have an interesting jewelry journey of her own. (02_Annette Dam)     Sharon: What do Danish people say when you say you're an artist-jeweler? Do they understand what you're talking about? Because, you're right, Denmark has a long history of this sort of thing.   Annette: Yeah, but we have a long history within goldsmithing, art and design. When I say I'm an art jeweler, they have two question marks in their eyes and they say, “Hm, combining art and jewelry, what is that? Is it still functional or are we offering something for an art department?” I have to explain what I'm doing in more detail before they actually know what I'm doing. We do have a long design history, and that's very good. I really have a tradition to draw on and to reference. I use that in my pieces, but at the same time, it's not as big a gift as some might think—not to me at least—because you're also bound to it in a way. It's hard to break loose and step into the art field, so it's affected me there.   Sharon: How do you explain to people what you do when they have question marks in their eyes?    Annette: I get more concrete, and I show them and tell them the thoughts behind the actual piece. I'm getting much better at wearing my pieces, so they have the visual at the same time as me explaining. I think a lot of times they don't have any visual images on their retinas, so it's kind of hard to reference.   Sharon: Were you hesitant to wear your pieces?    Annette: At a certain point I was. I don't know. I got a little bit shy and a little bit humble at the same time. I'm getting over it. I'm getting older. If I want this field to grow in Denmark, I need to represent it also in wearing it.   Sharon: That's a good way to look at it. It's so much easier to explain to somebody if you're wearing the necklace or the neckpiece and saying, “This is what it is.” It must create a lot of conversations when you're wearing it.    Annette: Yes, it does. People get amazed. They don't know how much thought goes into it, that there are so many perspectives and that it conveys a lot of talk and discussion about issues. You can discuss things, because this is a starting point for my view on the things and then go from there.  

PeerView Clinical Pharmacology CME/CNE/CPE Audio Podcast
Joan T. Merrill, MD - New Directions in Kinase Inhibition in Systemic Lupus Erythematosus: Emerging Evidence From Copenhagen

PeerView Clinical Pharmacology CME/CNE/CPE Audio Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 29:07


Go online to PeerView.com/XJG860 to view the activity, download slides and practice aids, and complete the post-test to earn credit. Systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE) is an autoimmune disease associated with substantial morbidity and mortality, especially in women. The disease causes progressive damage to multiple organ systems and reduces quality of life. Improving your understanding of SLE heterogeneity at the clinical and mechanistic level can drive significant improvements across the care spectrum. In this expert-driven activity, you will hear the latest clinical evidence presented during the European Alliance of Associations for Rheumatology (EULAR) 2022 Congress in Copenhagen, Denmark, with regard to the current treatment options for SLE and the potential for TYK2 inhibitors to change SLE management. Upon completion of this activity, participants should be better able to: Recognize the burden of SLE and the impact of delayed or suboptimal treatment on patient outcomes; Describe the mechanistic rationale and recent safety and efficacy data supporting a role for targeting TYK2 and BTK as potential therapeutic approaches in SLE; and Identify SLE patients who might benefit from emerging TYK2 and BTK inhibition strategies through clinical trial enrollment and recognizing potential implications for a future treatment paradigm.

Dagens Lydavis
003 Arbejdsglæde. Engang var vi bare glade for at få en løn. Nu skal arbejdet også give mening og menneskelig udvikling - Pol

Dagens Lydavis

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 11:56


Dagens Lydavis
005 Restauranter. En særlig ny type restauranter har overtaget bybilledet - Berl

Dagens Lydavis

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 3:11


Dagens Lydavis
002 Klima. Danmark udleder langt mere CO2, end de officielle tal viser - JP

Dagens Lydavis

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 15:39


Dagens Lydavis
004 Byplanlægning. Slip slingrestregen løs - Berl

Dagens Lydavis

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 5:48


PeerView Clinical Pharmacology CME/CNE/CPE Video
Joan T. Merrill, MD - New Directions in Kinase Inhibition in Systemic Lupus Erythematosus: Emerging Evidence From Copenhagen

PeerView Clinical Pharmacology CME/CNE/CPE Video

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 29:51


Go online to PeerView.com/XJG860 to view the activity, download slides and practice aids, and complete the post-test to earn credit. Systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE) is an autoimmune disease associated with substantial morbidity and mortality, especially in women. The disease causes progressive damage to multiple organ systems and reduces quality of life. Improving your understanding of SLE heterogeneity at the clinical and mechanistic level can drive significant improvements across the care spectrum. In this expert-driven activity, you will hear the latest clinical evidence presented during the European Alliance of Associations for Rheumatology (EULAR) 2022 Congress in Copenhagen, Denmark, with regard to the current treatment options for SLE and the potential for TYK2 inhibitors to change SLE management. Upon completion of this activity, participants should be better able to: Recognize the burden of SLE and the impact of delayed or suboptimal treatment on patient outcomes; Describe the mechanistic rationale and recent safety and efficacy data supporting a role for targeting TYK2 and BTK as potential therapeutic approaches in SLE; and Identify SLE patients who might benefit from emerging TYK2 and BTK inhibition strategies through clinical trial enrollment and recognizing potential implications for a future treatment paradigm.

PeerView Internal Medicine CME/CNE/CPE Video Podcast
Joan T. Merrill, MD - New Directions in Kinase Inhibition in Systemic Lupus Erythematosus: Emerging Evidence From Copenhagen

PeerView Internal Medicine CME/CNE/CPE Video Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 29:51


Go online to PeerView.com/XJG860 to view the activity, download slides and practice aids, and complete the post-test to earn credit. Systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE) is an autoimmune disease associated with substantial morbidity and mortality, especially in women. The disease causes progressive damage to multiple organ systems and reduces quality of life. Improving your understanding of SLE heterogeneity at the clinical and mechanistic level can drive significant improvements across the care spectrum. In this expert-driven activity, you will hear the latest clinical evidence presented during the European Alliance of Associations for Rheumatology (EULAR) 2022 Congress in Copenhagen, Denmark, with regard to the current treatment options for SLE and the potential for TYK2 inhibitors to change SLE management. Upon completion of this activity, participants should be better able to: Recognize the burden of SLE and the impact of delayed or suboptimal treatment on patient outcomes; Describe the mechanistic rationale and recent safety and efficacy data supporting a role for targeting TYK2 and BTK as potential therapeutic approaches in SLE; and Identify SLE patients who might benefit from emerging TYK2 and BTK inhibition strategies through clinical trial enrollment and recognizing potential implications for a future treatment paradigm.

PeerView Family Medicine & General Practice CME/CNE/CPE Audio Podcast
Joan T. Merrill, MD - New Directions in Kinase Inhibition in Systemic Lupus Erythematosus: Emerging Evidence From Copenhagen

PeerView Family Medicine & General Practice CME/CNE/CPE Audio Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 29:07


Go online to PeerView.com/XJG860 to view the activity, download slides and practice aids, and complete the post-test to earn credit. Systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE) is an autoimmune disease associated with substantial morbidity and mortality, especially in women. The disease causes progressive damage to multiple organ systems and reduces quality of life. Improving your understanding of SLE heterogeneity at the clinical and mechanistic level can drive significant improvements across the care spectrum. In this expert-driven activity, you will hear the latest clinical evidence presented during the European Alliance of Associations for Rheumatology (EULAR) 2022 Congress in Copenhagen, Denmark, with regard to the current treatment options for SLE and the potential for TYK2 inhibitors to change SLE management. Upon completion of this activity, participants should be better able to: Recognize the burden of SLE and the impact of delayed or suboptimal treatment on patient outcomes; Describe the mechanistic rationale and recent safety and efficacy data supporting a role for targeting TYK2 and BTK as potential therapeutic approaches in SLE; and Identify SLE patients who might benefit from emerging TYK2 and BTK inhibition strategies through clinical trial enrollment and recognizing potential implications for a future treatment paradigm.

PeerView Internal Medicine CME/CNE/CPE Audio Podcast
Joan T. Merrill, MD - New Directions in Kinase Inhibition in Systemic Lupus Erythematosus: Emerging Evidence From Copenhagen

PeerView Internal Medicine CME/CNE/CPE Audio Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 29:07


Go online to PeerView.com/XJG860 to view the activity, download slides and practice aids, and complete the post-test to earn credit. Systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE) is an autoimmune disease associated with substantial morbidity and mortality, especially in women. The disease causes progressive damage to multiple organ systems and reduces quality of life. Improving your understanding of SLE heterogeneity at the clinical and mechanistic level can drive significant improvements across the care spectrum. In this expert-driven activity, you will hear the latest clinical evidence presented during the European Alliance of Associations for Rheumatology (EULAR) 2022 Congress in Copenhagen, Denmark, with regard to the current treatment options for SLE and the potential for TYK2 inhibitors to change SLE management. Upon completion of this activity, participants should be better able to: Recognize the burden of SLE and the impact of delayed or suboptimal treatment on patient outcomes; Describe the mechanistic rationale and recent safety and efficacy data supporting a role for targeting TYK2 and BTK as potential therapeutic approaches in SLE; and Identify SLE patients who might benefit from emerging TYK2 and BTK inhibition strategies through clinical trial enrollment and recognizing potential implications for a future treatment paradigm.

PeerView Family Medicine & General Practice CME/CNE/CPE Video Podcast
Joan T. Merrill, MD - New Directions in Kinase Inhibition in Systemic Lupus Erythematosus: Emerging Evidence From Copenhagen

PeerView Family Medicine & General Practice CME/CNE/CPE Video Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 29:51


Go online to PeerView.com/XJG860 to view the activity, download slides and practice aids, and complete the post-test to earn credit. Systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE) is an autoimmune disease associated with substantial morbidity and mortality, especially in women. The disease causes progressive damage to multiple organ systems and reduces quality of life. Improving your understanding of SLE heterogeneity at the clinical and mechanistic level can drive significant improvements across the care spectrum. In this expert-driven activity, you will hear the latest clinical evidence presented during the European Alliance of Associations for Rheumatology (EULAR) 2022 Congress in Copenhagen, Denmark, with regard to the current treatment options for SLE and the potential for TYK2 inhibitors to change SLE management. Upon completion of this activity, participants should be better able to: Recognize the burden of SLE and the impact of delayed or suboptimal treatment on patient outcomes; Describe the mechanistic rationale and recent safety and efficacy data supporting a role for targeting TYK2 and BTK as potential therapeutic approaches in SLE; and Identify SLE patients who might benefit from emerging TYK2 and BTK inhibition strategies through clinical trial enrollment and recognizing potential implications for a future treatment paradigm.

Mistconceptions Podcast
Tales To Inspire S1E5: Hostile Invasion Part 2

Mistconceptions Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 60:12


The heroes battle soldiers in the streets of Gela, tussle with airplanes overhead in the skies, and diffuse anti-tank mines along the beach. As the invasion of Sicily continues according to plan, little do the heroes know that tragedy is speeding toward them. Join our Discord: https://discord.gg/PxbfcpTJu2 Support us on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/mistconceptionspod Cast: David (he/him; @MrBananaSocks) as the Editor in Chief, Mitch (he/they; @mitchbustillos) as Omission (he/him), Marlo (she/her; @boggwitch) as Crystal Gazer (she/her), Phil (he/them; @BMCPHILANTHROPY) as Torchbearer (he/him), Kari (she/her) as Sister Solstice (she/her) Music in this episode: C Jam Blues by Brocksi Quarter, Copenhagen by Fletcher Henderson & His Orchestra, Jumpin' At The Woodside by Count Basie, Volcano by Count Basie, Cherokee by Charlie Barnet, Die Walkure, Act 1: Prelude by Wilhelm Furtwängler Attachments

New Books in East Asian Studies
The Implications of the Ukrainian War for Taiwan's Relations with China

New Books in East Asian Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 25:04


Is a Chinese invasion on Taiwan a storm on the horizon when the West is busy with the Ukrainian war? Will Nancy Pelosi's plan to visit Taiwan in August, the first by a Speaker of the US House of Representatives since 1997, escalate tensions between China and Taiwan? Joining us Julie Chen to talk about this hot topic is Sean King, senior vice president at Park Strategies, a New York business advisory firm which has undertaken research and analysis on Taiwan and its neighborly relations. He is also an Affiliated Scholar at the University of Notre Dame Liu Institute for Asia and Asian Studies. Based on his experience in the government and business sectors, Sean King believes that Russia's Ukraine invasion was not a prelude to China's moving on Taiwan. The two situations are very different. In Sean's view, visits by US officials to Taiwan are not without precedent and Nancy Pelosi's visit should not be viewed as a provocation by the United States or Taiwan. Julie Yu-Wen Chen is Professor of Chinese Studies at the Department of Cultures at the University of Helsinki (Finland). Dr. Chen serves as one of the editors of the Journal of Chinese Political Science (Springer, SSCI). Formerly, she was chair of Nordic Association of China Studies (NACS) and Editor-in-Chief of Asian Ethnicity (Taylor & Francis). You can find her on University of Helsinki Chinese Studies' website, Youtube and Facebook, and her personal Twitter. The Nordic Asia Podcast is a collaboration sharing expertise on Asia across the Nordic region, brought to you by the Nordic Institute of Asian Studies (NIAS) based at the University of Copenhagen, along with our academic partners: the Centre for East Asian Studies at the University of Turku, and Asianettverket at the University of Oslo. We aim to produce timely, topical and well-edited discussions of new research and developments about Asia. About NIAS: www.nias.ku.dk Transcripts of the Nordic Asia Podcasts: http://www.nias.ku.dk/nordic-asia-podcast Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/east-asian-studies

New Books in Political Science
The Implications of the Ukrainian War for Taiwan's Relations with China

New Books in Political Science

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 25:04


Is a Chinese invasion on Taiwan a storm on the horizon when the West is busy with the Ukrainian war? Will Nancy Pelosi's plan to visit Taiwan in August, the first by a Speaker of the US House of Representatives since 1997, escalate tensions between China and Taiwan? Joining us Julie Chen to talk about this hot topic is Sean King, senior vice president at Park Strategies, a New York business advisory firm which has undertaken research and analysis on Taiwan and its neighborly relations. He is also an Affiliated Scholar at the University of Notre Dame Liu Institute for Asia and Asian Studies. Based on his experience in the government and business sectors, Sean King believes that Russia's Ukraine invasion was not a prelude to China's moving on Taiwan. The two situations are very different. In Sean's view, visits by US officials to Taiwan are not without precedent and Nancy Pelosi's visit should not be viewed as a provocation by the United States or Taiwan. Julie Yu-Wen Chen is Professor of Chinese Studies at the Department of Cultures at the University of Helsinki (Finland). Dr. Chen serves as one of the editors of the Journal of Chinese Political Science (Springer, SSCI). Formerly, she was chair of Nordic Association of China Studies (NACS) and Editor-in-Chief of Asian Ethnicity (Taylor & Francis). You can find her on University of Helsinki Chinese Studies' website, Youtube and Facebook, and her personal Twitter. The Nordic Asia Podcast is a collaboration sharing expertise on Asia across the Nordic region, brought to you by the Nordic Institute of Asian Studies (NIAS) based at the University of Copenhagen, along with our academic partners: the Centre for East Asian Studies at the University of Turku, and Asianettverket at the University of Oslo. We aim to produce timely, topical and well-edited discussions of new research and developments about Asia. About NIAS: www.nias.ku.dk Transcripts of the Nordic Asia Podcasts: http://www.nias.ku.dk/nordic-asia-podcast Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/political-science

New Books in Chinese Studies
The Implications of the Ukrainian War for Taiwan's Relations with China

New Books in Chinese Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 25:04


Is a Chinese invasion on Taiwan a storm on the horizon when the West is busy with the Ukrainian war? Will Nancy Pelosi's plan to visit Taiwan in August, the first by a Speaker of the US House of Representatives since 1997, escalate tensions between China and Taiwan? Joining us Julie Chen to talk about this hot topic is Sean King, senior vice president at Park Strategies, a New York business advisory firm which has undertaken research and analysis on Taiwan and its neighborly relations. He is also an Affiliated Scholar at the University of Notre Dame Liu Institute for Asia and Asian Studies. Based on his experience in the government and business sectors, Sean King believes that Russia's Ukraine invasion was not a prelude to China's moving on Taiwan. The two situations are very different. In Sean's view, visits by US officials to Taiwan are not without precedent and Nancy Pelosi's visit should not be viewed as a provocation by the United States or Taiwan. Julie Yu-Wen Chen is Professor of Chinese Studies at the Department of Cultures at the University of Helsinki (Finland). Dr. Chen serves as one of the editors of the Journal of Chinese Political Science (Springer, SSCI). Formerly, she was chair of Nordic Association of China Studies (NACS) and Editor-in-Chief of Asian Ethnicity (Taylor & Francis). You can find her on University of Helsinki Chinese Studies' website, Youtube and Facebook, and her personal Twitter. The Nordic Asia Podcast is a collaboration sharing expertise on Asia across the Nordic region, brought to you by the Nordic Institute of Asian Studies (NIAS) based at the University of Copenhagen, along with our academic partners: the Centre for East Asian Studies at the University of Turku, and Asianettverket at the University of Oslo. We aim to produce timely, topical and well-edited discussions of new research and developments about Asia. About NIAS: www.nias.ku.dk Transcripts of the Nordic Asia Podcasts: http://www.nias.ku.dk/nordic-asia-podcast Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/chinese-studies

New Books Network
The Implications of the Ukrainian War for Taiwan's Relations with China

New Books Network

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 25:04


Is a Chinese invasion on Taiwan a storm on the horizon when the West is busy with the Ukrainian war? Will Nancy Pelosi's plan to visit Taiwan in August, the first by a Speaker of the US House of Representatives since 1997, escalate tensions between China and Taiwan? Joining us Julie Chen to talk about this hot topic is Sean King, senior vice president at Park Strategies, a New York business advisory firm which has undertaken research and analysis on Taiwan and its neighborly relations. He is also an Affiliated Scholar at the University of Notre Dame Liu Institute for Asia and Asian Studies. Based on his experience in the government and business sectors, Sean King believes that Russia's Ukraine invasion was not a prelude to China's moving on Taiwan. The two situations are very different. In Sean's view, visits by US officials to Taiwan are not without precedent and Nancy Pelosi's visit should not be viewed as a provocation by the United States or Taiwan. Julie Yu-Wen Chen is Professor of Chinese Studies at the Department of Cultures at the University of Helsinki (Finland). Dr. Chen serves as one of the editors of the Journal of Chinese Political Science (Springer, SSCI). Formerly, she was chair of Nordic Association of China Studies (NACS) and Editor-in-Chief of Asian Ethnicity (Taylor & Francis). You can find her on University of Helsinki Chinese Studies' website, Youtube and Facebook, and her personal Twitter. The Nordic Asia Podcast is a collaboration sharing expertise on Asia across the Nordic region, brought to you by the Nordic Institute of Asian Studies (NIAS) based at the University of Copenhagen, along with our academic partners: the Centre for East Asian Studies at the University of Turku, and Asianettverket at the University of Oslo. We aim to produce timely, topical and well-edited discussions of new research and developments about Asia. About NIAS: www.nias.ku.dk Transcripts of the Nordic Asia Podcasts: http://www.nias.ku.dk/nordic-asia-podcast Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network

New Books in World Affairs
The Implications of the Ukrainian War for Taiwan's Relations with China

New Books in World Affairs

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 25:04


Is a Chinese invasion on Taiwan a storm on the horizon when the West is busy with the Ukrainian war? Will Nancy Pelosi's plan to visit Taiwan in August, the first by a Speaker of the US House of Representatives since 1997, escalate tensions between China and Taiwan? Joining us Julie Chen to talk about this hot topic is Sean King, senior vice president at Park Strategies, a New York business advisory firm which has undertaken research and analysis on Taiwan and its neighborly relations. He is also an Affiliated Scholar at the University of Notre Dame Liu Institute for Asia and Asian Studies. Based on his experience in the government and business sectors, Sean King believes that Russia's Ukraine invasion was not a prelude to China's moving on Taiwan. The two situations are very different. In Sean's view, visits by US officials to Taiwan are not without precedent and Nancy Pelosi's visit should not be viewed as a provocation by the United States or Taiwan. Julie Yu-Wen Chen is Professor of Chinese Studies at the Department of Cultures at the University of Helsinki (Finland). Dr. Chen serves as one of the editors of the Journal of Chinese Political Science (Springer, SSCI). Formerly, she was chair of Nordic Association of China Studies (NACS) and Editor-in-Chief of Asian Ethnicity (Taylor & Francis). You can find her on University of Helsinki Chinese Studies' website, Youtube and Facebook, and her personal Twitter. The Nordic Asia Podcast is a collaboration sharing expertise on Asia across the Nordic region, brought to you by the Nordic Institute of Asian Studies (NIAS) based at the University of Copenhagen, along with our academic partners: the Centre for East Asian Studies at the University of Turku, and Asianettverket at the University of Oslo. We aim to produce timely, topical and well-edited discussions of new research and developments about Asia. About NIAS: www.nias.ku.dk Transcripts of the Nordic Asia Podcasts: http://www.nias.ku.dk/nordic-asia-podcast Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/world-affairs

Radio Sweden
Migration Agency requests more cash, language skills an issue for job applicants, shopowner worries, Copenhagen airport bomb scare

Radio Sweden

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2022 2:06


A round-up of the main headlines in Sweden on July 29th, 2022. You can hear more reports on our homepage www.radiosweden.se, or in our app Sveriges Radio Play. Presenter: Maya NaylorProducer: Kris Boswell

New Books Network
Indonesia's Response to the War in Ukraine

New Books Network

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2022 26:46


With the upcoming G20 summit this November, all eyes should be on Indonesia – the fourth largest country in the world and current holder of G20 presidency. How has Indonesia reacted so far to the war in Ukraine? Why are so many Indonesians sympathetic to Russia, despite Indonesia's historical tendency to favour the underdog in international disputes? What does all this have to do with the price of instant noodles in Jakarta? And why exactly have some people suggested that Indonesian president Joko Widodo might be nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize? In this episode, Saskia Lilli Lehtsalu, an intern at University of Tartu Asia Center, takes a look at Indonesian perspectives on the war in Ukraine together with Radityo Dharmaputra. Radiyo is a junior research fellow in Johan Skytte Institute of Political Studies at the University of Tartu, Estonia and a lector in international relations at Universitas Airlangga, Indonesia. Radityo has written a number of commentaries about Indonesian perspectives on the Ukraine war, which can be accessed through the links below: Why do so many Indonesians back Russia's invasion of Ukraine? Why many Indonesian experts are pro-Russia and ignoring Ukraine's perspective How will Indonesia deal with Russia and Ukraine at the G20?Jokowi's visits to Russia and Ukraine are more about domestic gains than the global interest The Nordic Asia Podcast is a collaboration sharing expertise on Asia across the Nordic region, brought to you by the Nordic Institute of Asian Studies (NIAS) based at the University of Copenhagen, along with our academic partners: the Centre for East Asian Studies at the University of Turku, and Asianettverket at the University of Oslo. We aim to produce timely, topical and well-edited discussions of new research and developments about Asia. About NIAS: www.nias.ku.dk Transcripts of the Nordic Asia Podcasts: http://www.nias.ku.dk/nordic-asia-podcast Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network

New Books in Southeast Asian Studies
Indonesia's Response to the War in Ukraine

New Books in Southeast Asian Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2022 26:46


With the upcoming G20 summit this November, all eyes should be on Indonesia – the fourth largest country in the world and current holder of G20 presidency. How has Indonesia reacted so far to the war in Ukraine? Why are so many Indonesians sympathetic to Russia, despite Indonesia's historical tendency to favour the underdog in international disputes? What does all this have to do with the price of instant noodles in Jakarta? And why exactly have some people suggested that Indonesian president Joko Widodo might be nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize? In this episode, Saskia Lilli Lehtsalu, an intern at University of Tartu Asia Center, takes a look at Indonesian perspectives on the war in Ukraine together with Radityo Dharmaputra. Radiyo is a junior research fellow in Johan Skytte Institute of Political Studies at the University of Tartu, Estonia and a lector in international relations at Universitas Airlangga, Indonesia. Radityo has written a number of commentaries about Indonesian perspectives on the Ukraine war, which can be accessed through the links below: Why do so many Indonesians back Russia's invasion of Ukraine? Why many Indonesian experts are pro-Russia and ignoring Ukraine's perspective How will Indonesia deal with Russia and Ukraine at the G20?Jokowi's visits to Russia and Ukraine are more about domestic gains than the global interest The Nordic Asia Podcast is a collaboration sharing expertise on Asia across the Nordic region, brought to you by the Nordic Institute of Asian Studies (NIAS) based at the University of Copenhagen, along with our academic partners: the Centre for East Asian Studies at the University of Turku, and Asianettverket at the University of Oslo. We aim to produce timely, topical and well-edited discussions of new research and developments about Asia. About NIAS: www.nias.ku.dk Transcripts of the Nordic Asia Podcasts: http://www.nias.ku.dk/nordic-asia-podcast Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/southeast-asian-studies

New Books in World Affairs
Indonesia's Response to the War in Ukraine

New Books in World Affairs

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2022 26:46


With the upcoming G20 summit this November, all eyes should be on Indonesia – the fourth largest country in the world and current holder of G20 presidency. How has Indonesia reacted so far to the war in Ukraine? Why are so many Indonesians sympathetic to Russia, despite Indonesia's historical tendency to favour the underdog in international disputes? What does all this have to do with the price of instant noodles in Jakarta? And why exactly have some people suggested that Indonesian president Joko Widodo might be nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize? In this episode, Saskia Lilli Lehtsalu, an intern at University of Tartu Asia Center, takes a look at Indonesian perspectives on the war in Ukraine together with Radityo Dharmaputra. Radiyo is a junior research fellow in Johan Skytte Institute of Political Studies at the University of Tartu, Estonia and a lector in international relations at Universitas Airlangga, Indonesia. Radityo has written a number of commentaries about Indonesian perspectives on the Ukraine war, which can be accessed through the links below: Why do so many Indonesians back Russia's invasion of Ukraine? Why many Indonesian experts are pro-Russia and ignoring Ukraine's perspective How will Indonesia deal with Russia and Ukraine at the G20?Jokowi's visits to Russia and Ukraine are more about domestic gains than the global interest The Nordic Asia Podcast is a collaboration sharing expertise on Asia across the Nordic region, brought to you by the Nordic Institute of Asian Studies (NIAS) based at the University of Copenhagen, along with our academic partners: the Centre for East Asian Studies at the University of Turku, and Asianettverket at the University of Oslo. We aim to produce timely, topical and well-edited discussions of new research and developments about Asia. About NIAS: www.nias.ku.dk Transcripts of the Nordic Asia Podcasts: http://www.nias.ku.dk/nordic-asia-podcast Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/world-affairs

New Books in Political Science
Indonesia's Response to the War in Ukraine

New Books in Political Science

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2022 26:46


With the upcoming G20 summit this November, all eyes should be on Indonesia – the fourth largest country in the world and current holder of G20 presidency. How has Indonesia reacted so far to the war in Ukraine? Why are so many Indonesians sympathetic to Russia, despite Indonesia's historical tendency to favour the underdog in international disputes? What does all this have to do with the price of instant noodles in Jakarta? And why exactly have some people suggested that Indonesian president Joko Widodo might be nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize? In this episode, Saskia Lilli Lehtsalu, an intern at University of Tartu Asia Center, takes a look at Indonesian perspectives on the war in Ukraine together with Radityo Dharmaputra. Radiyo is a junior research fellow in Johan Skytte Institute of Political Studies at the University of Tartu, Estonia and a lector in international relations at Universitas Airlangga, Indonesia. Radityo has written a number of commentaries about Indonesian perspectives on the Ukraine war, which can be accessed through the links below: Why do so many Indonesians back Russia's invasion of Ukraine? Why many Indonesian experts are pro-Russia and ignoring Ukraine's perspective How will Indonesia deal with Russia and Ukraine at the G20?Jokowi's visits to Russia and Ukraine are more about domestic gains than the global interest The Nordic Asia Podcast is a collaboration sharing expertise on Asia across the Nordic region, brought to you by the Nordic Institute of Asian Studies (NIAS) based at the University of Copenhagen, along with our academic partners: the Centre for East Asian Studies at the University of Turku, and Asianettverket at the University of Oslo. We aim to produce timely, topical and well-edited discussions of new research and developments about Asia. About NIAS: www.nias.ku.dk Transcripts of the Nordic Asia Podcasts: http://www.nias.ku.dk/nordic-asia-podcast Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/political-science

The Big Travel Podcast
140. Gallery Director Simon Martin; Art History in Venice, Artistic Depictions of Hiroshima, Graced by the Dalai Lama but Knocked Out in Delhi

The Big Travel Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2022 51:17


A teenage trip around the galleries of Italy sparked a life-long love for the arts, and as soon as he could Simon Martin, art historian, author and the director of Pallant House Gallery, returned. After a ‘Swallows and Amazons' childhood he's studied in the most prestigious institutions in Venice, been knocked out in a train station in Delhi, experienced an inexplicable rush of energy when being touched by the Dalai Lama, curated exhibitions in Japan, explored visual artists' response to Hiroshima and Nagasaki, enjoyed artistic surprises in Copenhagen, researched and many books and much more.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Paid Vocation with Lupe Prado
What 92 Jobs Taught Me | Chef Charles Webb

Paid Vocation with Lupe Prado

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2022 46:19


Episode #68. This week on the podcast, I am thrilled to be joined by Chef Charles Webb, owner of Avanti Gourmet Catering and creator and host of the docuseries #ChefonTour.  Charles is a Chicago native who grew up in both San Antonio, Texas, and Guanajuato, Mexico. He began his career in Wall Street after finishing his studies at The European School of Economics in Rome. Feeling unsatisfied in his career, he returned to the familiar realm of food and beverage doing the work that put him through college. It wasn't until witnessing 9/11 at the nearby SoHo street corner, Prince and Wooster that he decided to pursue what he loved.  He spent many years on a worldwide adventure living out his mission to follow his passion. He worked at establishments such as The Mercer Kitchen in NYC, Casas Brancas & Spa in Brazil, Noma in Copenhagen, and on mega-yachts in the Côte d'Azur. However, it was not until 92 jobs later and his return to Chicago, that he decided to become an entrepreneur. Charles launched Avanti Gourmet Catering in Chicago. Charles has built an award-winning catering business. His mission is to curate unforgettable, incredible moments for each guest at his table. He donates his time to One Goal Foundation and Lurie's Children Hospital. He is also the host and creator of #ChefonTour, an engaging, digital series built around culture, community, food, and art wrapped into travel. It captures the essence of 40 cities as seen by locals and at each destination, Charles brings together major influencers, food experts, and tastemakers to a special curated dinner.  In our conversation today, Charles shares how being resourceful and open to possibilities has allowed him to do work he loves. He talks about what working 92 jobs taught him and how that eventually led him to become an entrepreneur. Charles has such a positive energy and an incredible story.  Connect with Charles: Website Instagram Connect with Lupe: Website Instagram

Music Talks
Episode 73 - Kirsten Walker - Vinyl Barbie

Music Talks

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2022 56:38


My guest in this episode is Kirsten Walker who I got to know and work with during my last few years in Seattle. Since then, we have kept in touch, our friendship has grown, and I am delighted to have finally got Kirsten on the show. In this episode we discuss a wide range of topics including  ·        Being born in Copenhagen and a rather unusual claim to fame ·        Being raised by a single parent who was her music loving Dad ·        Colorado to California in a Red 74 Corvette Stingray with two dachshunds·        Living in LA in the 80's, listening to KROQ, skipping school to go to the beach ·        Her husband Greg mistaking the Waterboys for U2. ·        The importance of mixtapes ·        The power of the ‘Sales Hype Song' ·        The trials and tribulations of middle age ·        The joy and challenges of bringing parents up ·        How to be an executive record producer·        Getting to a better place! I have always admired Kirsten's energy, passion, and openness and for me they shine through in our chat. It's also clear that music plays an important part in her life and her song choices were: 70's       Take It Easy                                                            The Eagles 80's       Where The Streets Have No Name          U290's       Enter Sandman                                                     Metallica 00's       Get It Together                                                      Seal 10's       Patience                                                                    Tame Impala 20's       Windows Are Rolled Down                           Amos Lee 

KEXP Song of the Day
Brimheim - can't hate myself into a different shape

KEXP Song of the Day

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2022 3:39


Brimheim - “can't hate myself into a different shape” from the 2022 album can't hate myself into a different shape on W.A.S. Entertainment. Copenhagen-based artist Helena Heinesen Rebensdorff chose Brimheim as her recording name, as a tribute to her roots in the Faroe Islands. The word translates to "home of the breaking waves," which gives a visual reference to her emotionally-rich alt-pop, and the musical rise-and-fall on today's dramatic Song of the Day.  On her debut LP can't hate myself into a different shape, Brimheim explores the topic of self love, inspired by her own experience with a "deep depression hole" she experienced during the pandemic. In an inspiring interview with Get In Her Ears, she says, "I felt like I'd been in this black muddy place, not able to see anything and kind of drowning, and then I slowly started emerging from that through this process of transforming these ideas into arrangements and recorded music with a structure. It was so life affirming." Read the full story at KEXP.orgSupport the show: https://www.kexp.org/donateSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

RENDERING UNCONSCIOUS PODCAST
RU205: KATY BOHINC PRESENTS "POETRY AS MAGIC" AT REWRITING THE FUTURE

RENDERING UNCONSCIOUS PODCAST

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 26, 2022 41:02


Episode 205 of Rendering Unconscious Podcast. Katy Bohinc presents "Poetry as Magic" at Re-writing the Future: 100 Years of Esoteric Modernism and Psychoanalysis. Collected papers from this conference have just been published as The Fenris Wolf 11: https://store.trapart.net/details/00184 Katy Bohinc: http://www.katybohinc.com/bio Katy also presented at Psychoanalysis, Art & the Occult conference, London 2016. Collected papers from that conference are The Fenris Wolf 9: https://store.trapart.net/details/00180 Katy will be presenting at our upcoming conference Visionary Medium: Psychoanalysis and the Magic of Cinema, October 14-16, 2022 in Copenhagen: http://psychartcult.org/visionary-medium-psychoanalysis-and-the-magic-of-cinema-copenhagen-2022/ Join us! PayPal $150 to sinclairvanessa (at) gmail (dot) com Rendering Unconscious: Psychoanalytic Perspectives, Politics & Poetry (Trapart 2019): store.trapart.net/details/00000 Support the podcast at: https://www.patreon.com/vanessa23carl For more info visit: www.drvanessasinclair.net www.trapart.net www.renderingunconscious.org http://psychartcult.org The song at the end of the episode is from the Lunacy soundtrack by Vanessa Sinclair and Carl Abrahamsson, available from Highbrow Lowlife. https://vanessasinclaircarlabrahamsson.bandcamp.com/album/lunacy-ost Thanks to Carl Abrahamsson for creating the intro and outro music for Rendering Unconscious Podcast. https://www.carlabrahamsson.com Image: Katy Bohinc performing Trinity Star Trinity. Photo by Carl Abrahamsson

Assorted Calibers Podcast
Assorted Calibers Podcast Ep 209: Elisjsha Dicken is a Hero

Assorted Calibers Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 25, 2022 76:46


In This Episode Erin and Weer'd discuss: Various States' responses to NYSRPA v Bruen; The recent shootings in Norway, Japan, and Chicago; The spree killing which was thwarted by hero and crack shot Elisjsha Dicken; Steve Dettelbach's appointment as ATF Director; And the warmed-over Assault Weapons Ban bill that's currently in the US House of Representatives. Xander brings us his Independent Thoughts on comparing hunting regulations with gun control; and because there's always room for Jell-o, David explains how to make your own ballistic gelatin. Did you know that we have a Patreon? Join now for the low, low cost of $4/month (that's $1/podcast) and you'll get to listen to our podcast on Friday instead of Mondays, as well as patron-only content like mag dump episodes, our hilarious blooper reels and film tracks. Show Notes Main Topic: Pink Pistols' Twitter thread on Threadreader Massachusetts Firearms License Frequently Asked Questions Analysis: A Guide to How States Are Reacting to the Supreme Court Gun-Carry Ruling Norway orders forced psychiatric assessment of Oslo shooting suspect Copenhagen shooting: Gunman kills three in Field's shopping mall What we know about the Highland Park shooting Former Japanese leader Shinzo Abe assassinated at campaign event The shooter's guide to training without guns or ammunition Armed Citizen Shoots, Kills Active Shooter in Indiana Mall Victims, gunman, and 'good Samaritan' who ended massacre ID'd in Indiana mall shooting Biden Pick Confirmed as Permanent ATF Director Assault Weapons Ban Presented AP Style Tip: semi-automatic rifle, assault rifle, assault weapon Independent Thoughts With Xander Opal: How This Cartoonish-Looking Gun Decimated America's Duck Population Sheriff's demo of how magazine size makes very little difference Gun Lovers and Other Strangers: Ballistic Gelatin Clear Ballistics DIY Guide: Make Your Own Affordable Ballistics Gel How to Make Ballistics Gel Knox Gelatin Air Dry Clay How Many Peeps Will Stop A Bullet? Point Blank Peeps! - Will They Stop A Bullet? The Box O' Truth Thompson–LaGarde Tests The only difference between screwing around and science The Blob  

New Books Network
Japanese Immigration and the Korean Minority

New Books Network

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 22, 2022 26:53


Why does Japanese immigration policy have such a bad name? What are the historical origins of tight immigration policies? Where have these policies left immigrants of Korean descent, many of who lost their Japanese nationality in the wake of the Pacific War? Are Koreans in Japan still torn between competing loyalties to North and South Korea? And what prospects are there for immigration reform in Japan, especially given the country's aging population and urgent need for more labour? Sara Park is a lecturer in Japanese culture at the University of Helsinki, who has written widely on questions of gender, the family, immigration, ethnicity and minorities in Japan. Her latest book in Japanese is ヘルシンキ 生活の練習 (Practice of Life in Helsinki, Tokyo: Chikuma Shobo, 2021), about living through the Finnish Covid-19 lockdown. Duncan McCargo is director of the Nordic Institute of Asian Studies. He has previously published three editions of Contemporary Japan, a widely-assigned introductory text. The Nordic Asia Podcast is a collaboration sharing expertise on Asia across the Nordic region, brought to you by the Nordic Institute of Asian Studies (NIAS) based at the University of Copenhagen, along with our academic partners: the Centre for East Asian Studies at the University of Turku, and Asianettverket at the University of Oslo. We aim to produce timely, topical and well-edited discussions of new research and developments about Asia. About NIAS: www.nias.ku.dk Transcripts of the Nordic Asia Podcasts: http://www.nias.ku.dk/nordic-asia-podcast Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network

New Books in East Asian Studies
Japanese Immigration and the Korean Minority

New Books in East Asian Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 22, 2022 26:53


Why does Japanese immigration policy have such a bad name? What are the historical origins of tight immigration policies? Where have these policies left immigrants of Korean descent, many of who lost their Japanese nationality in the wake of the Pacific War? Are Koreans in Japan still torn between competing loyalties to North and South Korea? And what prospects are there for immigration reform in Japan, especially given the country's aging population and urgent need for more labour? Sara Park is a lecturer in Japanese culture at the University of Helsinki, who has written widely on questions of gender, the family, immigration, ethnicity and minorities in Japan. Her latest book in Japanese is ヘルシンキ 生活の練習 (Practice of Life in Helsinki, Tokyo: Chikuma Shobo, 2021), about living through the Finnish Covid-19 lockdown. Duncan McCargo is director of the Nordic Institute of Asian Studies. He has previously published three editions of Contemporary Japan, a widely-assigned introductory text. The Nordic Asia Podcast is a collaboration sharing expertise on Asia across the Nordic region, brought to you by the Nordic Institute of Asian Studies (NIAS) based at the University of Copenhagen, along with our academic partners: the Centre for East Asian Studies at the University of Turku, and Asianettverket at the University of Oslo. We aim to produce timely, topical and well-edited discussions of new research and developments about Asia. About NIAS: www.nias.ku.dk Transcripts of the Nordic Asia Podcasts: http://www.nias.ku.dk/nordic-asia-podcast Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/east-asian-studies

Sound & Vision
Dana Lok

Sound & Vision

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 21, 2022 79:20


Dana Lok is a visual artist who lives and works in Brooklyn, NY. In her paintings and drawings, she aims to capture the magic and unease found in the gap between signs and the things they represent. Her recent work imagines metaphors for how we create knowledge and draw conceptual schemes together. Solo exhibitions include Part and Parse, Miguel Abreu Gallery, New York (2022) One Second Per Second at PAGE, New York (2020); Words Without Skin at Clima, Milan (2019); Mind's Mouth at Bianca D'Allessandro, Copenhagen (2018); Soft Fact at Clima, Milan (2017); and The Set of All Sets at Chewday's, London (2016). Group shows include Gravity, a proposal at Sikkema Jenkins & Co. (2022); Regroup Show at Miguel Abreu Gallery (2021); Fifteen Painters at Andrew Kreps Gallery (2021); PAGE (NYC) at Petzel Gallery (2021), all in New York. Dana received her MFA from Columbia University (2015) and her BFA from Carnegie Mellon University (2011), and attended the Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture (2016). In 2018, she was awarded the Rema Hort Mann Emerging Artist Grant. Lok's work has been covered in Hyperallergic, Cura and Frieze.

Welcome To Midsomer
WTM 05 The Killings of Copenhagen

Welcome To Midsomer

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 20, 2022 58:19


Eileen and Eric are back to discuss the 16th series episode The Killings of Copenhagen. They dig into Norwegian Noir, cookie factories, and why so many killers are clearly insane but seem so normal! Also, we welcome a new edition to the Barnaby family! Created, produced, and hosted by Eileen Becker and Eric BuscherLinksWebsite - www.welcometomidsomer.comFacebook - https://www.facebook.com/welcometomidsomerTwitter - @WelcometoMidsomerInstagram - welcometomidsomerLogo and Podcast art - Smeedrai Theme Music - The Infamous Space

Inside Outside
Using Uncertainty to Drive Innovation in World-Class Restaurant R&D Teams: IO2020 Replay with Vaughn Tan, Author of The Uncertainty Mindset

Inside Outside

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 19, 2022 26:07


In honor of our upcoming IO2022 Innovation Accelerated Summit, which is happening September 19th and 20th in Lincoln Nebraska. Thought it'd be nice to pull some of the best interviews and sessions from our IO2020 virtual event. So, over the next few weeks, check out some of our amazing speakers and grab a ticket for the upcoming event. We'd love to see you there. Tickets and more information can be found at io2022.com. And now back to the show. Inside Outside Innovation is podcast to help new innovators navigate what's next. Each week, we'll give you a front row seat into what it takes to learn, grow, and thrive in today's world of accelerating change and uncertainty. Join us as we explore, engage and experiment with the best and the brightest innovators, entrepreneurs, and pioneering businesses. It's time to get started.Interview Transcript with Vaughn Tan, Author of The Uncertainty MindsetSusan Stibal: Today Vaughn Tan will share learnings from internationally renowned cutting-edge restaurant, R and D teams on how to prepare for uncertainty and respond to it with grace and innovation. Vaughn is a London based strategy consultant, author, and professor. Vaughn's book, The Uncertainty Mindset, is about how uncertainty can be used to drive innovation and adaptability. Vaughn is also an Assistant Professor of Strategy and Entrepreneurship at University College London, School of Management. So Vaughn, I'll turn it over to you. Vaughn Tan: Thanks very much for having me and thanks also for everyone who's here. Thanks for joining me today. I just want to say a few things about myself, just as context.I was born and raised in Singapore, but these days, as Susan said, I'm a strategy professor at UCL school of management. I teach courses in how design thinking can update and. Conventional approaches to strategy and management. So I used to live in London, but at this very moment in Corona time, I'm physically located in a very rural part of France in a mountainous and volcanic region called the of van.And this is basically my apology in advance. If there are any internet connectivity problems that develop along the way. So, in any case, my focus as a consultant or researcher, and as an author is I try and understand how to design organizations that are more innovative. And more resilient to uncertainty.And these organizations include businesses, nonprofits, teams, communities. I'm particularly interested as I think the book's title and what I've just said may suggest in the role that uncertainty plays in making businesses better at doing innovation work. And I think that's maybe a little bit counterintuitive. And I'm going to unpack that a little bit more in the rest of this talk.I got here by quite a circuitous path. Quite literally a decade ago, late in 2010, I found myself in a basement kitchen of a restaurant in Washington, DC. And I was just dodging kitchen porters while watching a team of R and D chefs come up with a menu of new dishes for a restaurant. And the owner and the head chef of that restaurant group is the Spanish chef Jose Andres, who you may know because of his philanthropic disaster relief activities.There's an arrow pointing at Jose, right there. This is Jose's philanthropic side project, you know, which eventually turned into a huge one. If you're in the US, I think he's quite famous there. People know about him. It's called World Central Kitchen. And what they do is they create field kitchens for emergency food relief during natural and, and other disasters.The thing that many people don't know is that World Central Kitchen is able to spin up these field kitchens to produce hundreds of thousands of meals a day very quickly because, it's how they organized. Right. So they use a very unusual way of thinking about how to design their teams, to be able to go from a very small, permanent team, to a large operation in any particular disaster setting that they choose to go into because of how they're organized. And how they're organized is actually about what I call The Uncertainty Mindset. Because Jose's way of thinking about how his teams get organized for his for-profit organization. Think food group is actually the same way that he infused into what World Central Kitchen does, So, I'm going to come back to this in a little bit. I wanted to say also a little bit about how I came to study culinary innovation. It was all by accident. I did my PhD at Harvard Business School. And when I went in, I was interested in understanding how to organize innovation teams. And this focus for me was because of my experiences before starting the PhD. I'd just come from working at Google in California. And while I was there, I worked on some really unusual teams doing quite interesting innovation work.We were basically trying to develop parameters for new problems to solve. So, the first team I was on at Google back in 2005 at the very dawn of ad tech, as we know it today was trying to create an automated ad unit targeting engine. It didn't work then, although some of the machine learning foundations have been baked into the rest of Google AdWords and Ad Sense. But I was also on the launch team for street view, which is one of the rare hardware business units at Google while working at earth and maps. And I also worked on Google's Space flight program, which was actually in partnership with the XPRISE foundation, where we tried to put a Lunar Lander on the moon, an unmanned Lander. And I also worked on structured data. I worked with the Pure Research Group on a new structured data storage and management product, which while it was still externally available was called Fusion Tables. And it's now used exclusively internally to run the data layers for earth and map. I sort of burned out a little bit at Google and I left just before the 2008 global financial crisis to make furniture. I went to work at a wood studio in an art foundation in Colorado. And the strange thing is when I got there, I found again, something that felt a lot, like all the really interesting teams I worked with at Google.It was an interesting network of people who came together to try and develop new techniques for working with materials. I guess the thread that connected all those bits of my former life before academia was that I was exposed to this wide range of teams and businesses that were all pretty good at coming up with new