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The recent Quartet Study evaluated initial hypertension pharmacotherapy - specifically, the role of using four antihypertensives at a low dose compared to usual step therapy. Does a small dose of multiple medications work better than one high dose medication?Redeem your CPE or CME credit here! Claim CPE Credit here! Claim CME Credit here! Need a membership?Join for CPE Credit here! Join for CME Credit here!References and resources: Chow CK, Atkins ER, Hillis GS, et al. QUARTET Investigators. Initial treatment with a single pill containing quadruple combination of quarter doses of blood pressure medicines versus standard dose monotherapy in patients with hypertension (QUARTET): a phase 3, randomized, double-blind, active-controlled trial. Lancet. 2021 Sep 18;398(10305):1043-1052. doi: 10.1016/S0140-6736(21)01922-X. Epub 2021 Aug 29. PMID: 34469767.Continuing Education Information:Learning Objectives: 1. Describe the medications used in the QUARTET study2. Apply the results of the QUARTET study to a patient with hypertension0.05 CEU | 0.5 HrsACPE UAN: 0107-0000-21-356-H01-PInitial release date: 10/25/21Expiration date: 10/25/22
Life is currently filled with "what if's." How about we begin to address them and support normalcy in the process? Take a listen to a tactic to help address the anxious chatter in the minds of those you serve. Describe how you address the what ifs in your head. List the strategies you could employee for others to increase normalcy and high expectations. Describe one way you've addressed your what ifs.
Hey comrades! We're back with more swears, random Frankfurt School references, and messy book takes. In our Season 5 opener, UChicago PhD candidate, friend of the pod, and union organizer Josh Stadtner talks with us about Frank Norris's McTeague (1899), which is about an amateur dentist and his obsession with a concertina. We establish that Frank Norris was a frat douche and social Darwinist (yeesh), and that his having written in the late 19th/early 20th century is still not the slightest excuse for this. We talk about the scene in which a lady has some steamy naked times with a pile of money. This really happens in the novel and we did not make it up. We talk about teeth, money, the terrifying desert, and Freudian forms. We read the Norton Critical Edition with an introduction by Donald Pizer. We recommend you go back to a classic and read Georg Lukács's 1936 essay “Narrate or Describe?” to bone up on your “is naturalism good?” takes. Find us on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook @betterreadpod, and email us nice things at firstname.lastname@example.org. Find Josh on Twitter @joshstadtner, Tristan @tjschweiger, Katie @katiekrywo, and Megan @tuslersaurus.
How to describe a typeface Don't forget! This weekend we're joined by Dan Cederholm, one of the OG founders of Dribbble, who will be sharing his empowering, positive, and practical insights into making your first font. Even though he's a super experienced designer, he only made his first font in 2020, when a pesky pandemic gave him the gift of time and local inspiration. This week's articles and podcast conversation have a bit of a theme; in preparation for a special interview episode next week
Hosted by: Diane Sanders-Cepeda, DO, CMD Our learning objectives for this session were: This session will be high impact, high yield, and will focus on the following Learning Objectives: 1. Provide an overview of current state of the state for the COVID-19 pandemic with discussion of clinical trends and metrics. 2. Discuss recent literature and clinical updates covering COVID-19 and more. 3. Describe the current staffing challenges that PALTC is facing statewide and across the country. 4. Address the future state of PALTC by detailing the challenges and opportunities we face in the PALTC community. Click here to access the PowerPoint Slides Recorded: October 20, 2021 Available Credit 0.25 CMD-Clinical
This week's guest is Karyn Ross. Karyn has been on the show quite a few times and each conversation is packed full of lean insights. This time, Karyn discussed her new book, The Kind Leader, and what it means to practice kind leadership. An MP3 audio version of this episode is available for download here. In this episode you'll learn: The quote that inspires Karyn (3:16) Karyn's background (3:48) Karyn's new book, The Kind Leader (5:01) What kind leadership means (7:49) The difference between kindness and niceness (12:21) Behind the title (19:57) Balancing accountability with kindness (24:22) How Karyn deals with being hurt by others (31:18) What Karyn would do if an employee was stealing from her (41:47) Podcast Resources Right Click to Download this Podcast as an MP3 Karyn's Consulting Site Karyn on LinkedIn The Kind Leader on Routledge Big Karma and Little Kosmo Help Each Other Think Kindly - Speak Kindly - Act Kindly Stories From the Fox Continuous Improvement Team The New School for Kind Leaders The Love and Kindness Project Foundation What Do You Think? Describe an act of kind leadership you've witnessed or experienced lately.
After listening to this episode, learners should be able to: Describe the typical clinical presentation of trigger finger Explain the pathophysiology and list common risk factors for trigger finger Outline the diagnosis and management of the patient with trigger finger.
CME Available: https://auau.auanet.org/node/33881 At the conclusion of this course, participants will be able to: 1. Describe the various 3rd line therapies available to treat refractory OAB and will be able to discuss the pros and cons of each of the 3rd line therapies available to treat refractory OAB. 2. Explain with the current data regarding outcomes of PTNS, onabotulinumtoxinA, and sacral neuromodulation for treatment of refractory OAB. 3. Outline how to perform PTNS. Report how to perform onabotunlinumtoxinA injections in the office or outpatient setting. 5. Review techniques in optimal lead placement for sacral neuromodulation, programming and troubleshooting. ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS Independent educational grant support provided by: Astellas AbbVie Medtronic Urovant Sciences, Inc.
Repost Episode: Cognitive biases are pervasive and particularly troublesome in medicine. And guess what...we are all susceptible to cognitive biases! However, it is possible to learn to identify our biases and mitigate them. The decisions clinicians make in medicine can significantly impact an individual's life, morbidity, and mortality. And precepting is the perfect time to help students learn to identify their own cognitive biases. However, to help a student identify their own cognitive biases, we have to be able to identify our own. Tune in to this episode of Precept2Practice to discover your own cognitive biases.Pearl 1: Identify cognitive biases. Pearl 2: Describe the types of cognitive biases most common in medical settingsGuests:Tracy Pettinger, PharmDClinical Associate ProfessorIdaho State UniversityKasidy McKay, PharmD, BCPSClinical Assistant ProfessorIdaho State UniversityWant more education on this topic? Visit these courses at www.CEimpact.com!Leading with G.R.A.C.E.: Leveraging Diversity, Inclusion and Equity in your Pharmacy PracticeUnderstanding the clash between culture, class, and race is more important now than ever before. This course will provide you with the knowledge, skills, and resources to gain a deeper understanding of systemic racism, its impact on the Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC) community, and how to leverage your role in the pharmacy profession to impact sustainable change.All Preceptors' Hands on Deck in Breaking the Barriers of Structural RacismThere are different types of racism, and most individuals do not know the difference among them. Structural racism is the root cause of unequal distribution of resources, services, and healthcare. A lot of practicing pharmacists do not fully understand the concept of structural racism in relation to not only patients' medication adherence but also students' success during experiential education. This course is designed to educate preceptors on the impacts of structural racism on patients' clinical, economic, and humanistic outcomes; and learners' professional growth and success.Become a member today with our CEimpact Membership!
As leaders, alignment, clarity, and trust among your team are great, but sometimes the bridge to get there is the dreaded awkward conversation. Every leader can relate to the sense of dread that comes with knowing you need to have a difficult conversation you've been avoiding. How do we lead into this? How do we request an awkward conversation and then how do we handle it? In today's episode, co-hosts Richard Lindner and Jeff Mask share some practical advice for dealing with awkward conversations and then hopefully eliminating the need for them. Turn Awkward Conversations Into Fierce Conversations Jeff says the most important thing you can do is practice a conversation before you have it—especially that opening sentence. The first five seconds are always the most difficult—it's awkward, then onward. He starts conversations with “I want to talk with you about…” not “I need to talk to you about…” Replace need and to with want and with. Then fill in the space after about with a clear statement of the issue. Rehearse that first sentence more than anything. Memorize the facial expression, tone, and pacing so you set the stage for a productive, constructive conversation. Jeff highly recommends Susan Scott's book, Fierce Conversations, where she gives six steps to an opening statement, then #7 is an invitation for them to respond. Name the issue Give a specific example Describe your emotion Clarify what's at stake Own your part Indicate your wish to solve the problem Invite them to respond Here's an example. 1. Name the issue (how you respond to certain members of the team). 2. Give a specific example (when Stacy talks, you talk over her and don't let her finish). 3. Describe your emotion (it's frustrating but I don't want to embarrass you). 4. Clarify what's at stake (but I'm afraid if we don't talk about it, we won't gel as a team) 5. Own your part (I should have addressed this earlier) and 6. Indicate your wish to solve the problem (I really want to work this out.) 7. Invite them to respond. Some Practical Advice for Before and During the Conversation You want to start from a good place, which means getting the raw emotion out of the way and getting to logic. Share your thoughts and feelings with someone else. Write it all out in an email you'll never send. Create a plan to move forward. Establish your desired outcome. When we get to that step 7 and ask for their feedback, how do we invite honest feedback and not a defensive reply? Facial expressions and body language while listening are so important. Make them feel safe. Resist the temptation to build a stronger case. Don't get defensive. Listen. The goal is to help them feel understood—seen, heard, and valued. Don't be on your phone. Don't check something. Don't lose eye contact. Not intense staring, but don't lose focus or get distracted. Listen with your ears, eyes, and heart. What if you mess up that feedback invitation at any point? Own it immediately. Think of a brick wall between the two of you. What you're doing is removing brick after brick so you can see each other clearly. Immediately own up to something you did that wasn't helpful, and ask them to continue. Don't apologize forever. Check your motives when you're asking them questions. Are you truly curious and want to understand their perspective? Or do you have a judgment-type energy? What Is Your Body Language Actually Saying? Richard shares a personal example of something he was doing that was sending the opposite message of the one he intended. When he's processing, thinking, he folds his arms across his chest. It's his default move. He does it without even thinking. One day his business partner confronted him about it. He had shared an idea with Richard, and Richard agreed with him verbally, but his body language (crossed arms) was saying something different. Richard was pondering, considering, but his partner received it as him being defensive, closed off. Richard has had to consciously try new ways of holding his arms/hands while processing—putting them behind his body, sitting on them, anything but crossing them over his chest. He's had to become self-aware. “What helps me with modeling and accountability,” he says, “is not hiding something I'm struggling with. Sometimes acknowledging the problem helps solve it. He went from unconsciously incompetent to consciously competent. He's aware of the habit now, but it's going to take him a while to fix it. He took an additional accountability step and shared his struggle with his team. His assumption before was that people knew he was pondering their smart idea and considering it with his arms crossed. Now he knows that it makes people feel uneasy, bad, hurt. He and his partner came up with a funny word for him to call Richard out, and he asked the rest of the team to help him break the habit too. Now, everyone had context, and other times he had done it made sense to them. He broke the habit super quickly after that. Richard suggests being curious in finding out something YOU do that follows that pattern. You don't realize you're doing it, and it may have a negative connotation attached to it. Just the act of doing that will give you the ability to talk to an employee about this same kind of thing. Final Pieces of Advice One question people ask Jeff is: “How do I make sure I know the best time to have the conversation?” You know it's too soon if your emotions are raw. You know you waited too long when you're wondering if it's still a big deal. Err on the side of sooner than later. When you don't address it, you tolerate the bad behavior. That speaks loud and messes up your culture. If you felt those butterflies in your stomach as you listened, you probably need to have an awkward conversation. Do it. Have it. Don't let another day or week go by without having that conversation. And then: “What do I do after I have the conversation?” The simple answer: follow up and reinforce with care. Richard and Jeff want to hear from YOU. What other questions do you have about awkward conversations and how to handle them? What have you done that worked well? What can they do to help you lead from a powerful place? Email them here with your thoughts/questions: email@example.com RESOURCES: Fierce Conversations (book by Susan Scott) OTHER SHOWS YOU MIGHT ENJOY: Business Lunch with Roland Frasier and Ryan Deiss Perpetual Traffic with Ralph Burns and Kasim Aslam DigitalMarketer Podcast
How do you help people who get stuck and drop their head when they get frustrated. What is your process to support failure in your organization. Join us for a reflection and tool to help you develop a "fix it" way of life. Describe your process for creating a culture that works towards failure as an option. List the people in your classroom/organization that could benefit from a "fix it" metaphor. Describe your approach to supporting those who have their head dropped.
Welcome to PsychEd, the psychiatry podcast for medical learners, by medical learners. This episode covers electroconvulsive therapy with Dr. Wei-Yi Song, the Department Head of Psychiatry, Director of Mood Disorder Services, and Director of ECT Services in Victoria, BC, as well as a Clinical Professor at the University of British Columbia, and a past president of the Canadian Psychiatric Association. The learning objectives for this episode are as follows: By the end of this episode, you should be able to… Briefly describe the history of ECT from inception to the present. Debunk common misconceptions about ECT. Describe the major proposed mechanisms of action of ECT. Describe the efficacy of ECT for common psychiatric illnesses. List the indications, contraindications, side effects and risks of ECT. Understand how the procedure of ECT is performed. Guest: Dr. Wei-Yi Song Hosts: Jake Johnston (MS4), Dr. Shaoyuan “Randi” Wang (PGY1), Dr. Arielle Giest (PGY2), Dr. Alex Raben (Staff Psychiatrist) Audio editing by: Jake Johnston Show notes by: Jake Johnston Interview Content: Introduction - 0:00 Learning objectives - 01:54 History of ECT - 02:45 Common misconceptions - 06:36 Mechanism of action - 12:03 Summary - 16:06 Indications - 16:47 Contraindications - 20:58 Side effects and risks - 23:31 Efficacy of ECT - 29:00 Major depressive disorder - 29:13 Bipolar depression - 33:00 Schizophrenia - 34:19 Bipolar mania - 36:16 Procedure - 38:50 Steps of performing ECT - 39:20 Considerations for electrode placement - 47:29 Pulse width - 51:19 Maintenance treatment - 53:32 Closing - 59:09 Resources: Video showing ECT procedure: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9L2-B-aluCE One note on the realism of this depiction: an actual patient would not shake uncontrollably due to the muscle relaxants. Summary of electrode placement and pulse width: https://psychscenehub.com/psychinsights/electroconvulsive-therapy-summary-of-ranzcp-guidelines/ References: Baldinger, P., Lotan, A., Frey, R., Kasper, S., Lerer, B., & Lanzenberger, R. (2014). Neurotransmitters and electroconvulsive therapy. The journal of ECT, 30(2), 116–121. https://doi.org/10.1097/YCT.0000000000000138 Francois, D. and DellaCava E. (2018). “10 myths about ECT”. Current Psychiatry. Accessed 2021-06-28 from MDedge. Kane, J., Rubio, J., Kishimoto, T., Correll, C., Marder, S., and Friedman, M. (2021). Evaluation and management of treatment-resistant schizophrenia. UpToDate. Accessed 2021-07-27. Kellner, C., Keck, P., and Solomon, D. (2021). Bipolar disorder in adults: Indications for and efficacy of electroconvulsive therapy (ECT). UpToDate. Accessed 2021-07-27. Kellner, C. and Rasmussen, K. (2015). Contemporary ECT, Part 2: Mechanism of Action and Future Research Directions. Psychiatric Times. Accessed 2021-07-08. Kellner, C., Roy-Byrne, P., and Solomon, D. (2021). Overview of electroconvulsive therapy for adults. UpToDate. Accessed 2021-06-28. Kellner, C., Roy-Byrne, P., and Solomon, D. (2021). Unipolar major depression in adults: Indications for and efficacy of electroconvulsive therapy (ECT). UpToDate. Accessed 2021-07-27. Petrides, G., Malur, C., Braga, R. J., Bailine, S. H., Schooler, N. R., Malhotra, A. K., Kane, J. M., Sanghani, S., Goldberg, T. E., John, M., & Mendelowitz, A. (2015). Electroconvulsive therapy augmentation in clozapine-resistant schizophrenia: a prospective, randomized study. The American journal of psychiatry, 172(1), 52–58. https://doi.org/10.1176/appi.ajp.2014.13060787 Singh, A., & Kar, S. K. (2017). How Electroconvulsive Therapy Works?: Understanding the Neurobiological Mechanisms. Clinical psychopharmacology and neuroscience : the official scientific journal of the Korean College of Neuropsychopharmacology, 15(3), 210–221. https://doi.org/10.9758/cpn.2017.15.3.210 CPA Note: The views expressed in this podcast do not necessarily reflect those of the Canadian Psychiatric Association. For more PsychEd, follow us on Twitter (@psychedpodcast), Facebook (PsychEd Podcast), and Instagram (@psyched.podcast). You can provide feedback by email at firstname.lastname@example.org. For more information, visit our website at psychedpodcast.org.
Pseudogout, or Calcium Pyrophosphate Deposition Disease (CPDD), is more common than you think – plus the treatment is even murkier. In this episode, we discuss its presentation, diagnosis, and treatment. Continuing Education CreditHave a membership?Claim CPE Credit here!Claim CME Credit here!Need a membership?Join for CPE Credit here!Join for CME Credit here!References and resources: https://www.rheumatology.org/I-Am-A/Patient-Caregiver/Diseases-Conditions/Calcium-Pyrophosphate-Deposition-CPPDContinuing Education Information:Learning Objectives:1. List risk factors for developing pseudogout and common joints the disease effects2. Describe an evidence-based approach to the treatment of pseudogout.Click HERE for complete CPE & CME details0.05 CEU | 0.5 HrsACPE UAN: 0107-0000-21-340-H01-PInitial release date: 10/18/21Expiration date: 10/18/2022
In today's episode, let's focus on how to describe an event in French. This is useful for those who are studying for their DELF A2 exam, as this is part of la production écrite (the writing test). Bon courage ! LINKS MENTIONED
Kendall Qualls and Kofi Montzka describe their brilliant movement to rescue black American families from the failed academy and its embrace of CRT. Johnny Heidt with guitar news, and Joe absolutely destroys the idea of providing tax breaks to news gathering institutions.
CME Available: https://auau.auanet.org/node/33900 At the conclusion of this course, participants will be able to: 1. Identify the active agents and their mechanism of action in the management of nmCRPC and mCRPC 2. Describe sequencing and indications for active treatment with approved agents in the management of nmCRPC 3. Analyze the evidence and outcomes on the treatment of MO and M1 CRPC as outlined in the newly updated AUA CRPC guidelines 4. Improve diagnostic and therapeutic decision making processes by illustrating the application of these guidelines in urological practice 5. Analyze breakthrough treatments in the management of advanced and metastatic hormone naïve prostate cancer ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS Independent educational grant support provided by: Amgen Astellas AstraZeneca Bristol-Myers Squibb Exact Sciences Corporation Janssen Biotech, Inc. Administered by Janssen Scientific Affairs, LLC Merck Pfizer, Inc. Sanofi Genzyme
For over 50 years, the standard has been that Staph aureus bacteremia and endovascular infections must be treated with a bactericidal antibiotic, like beta lactams or vancomycin. A new study suggests that bacteriostatic antibiotic, like clindamycin, could be used to treat MRSA bacteremia.Redeem your CPE or CME credit here! References and resources: Guthridge I, Smith S, Law M, et al. Efficacy and Safety of Intravenous Lincosamide Therapy in Methicillin-Resistant Staphylococcus aureus Bacteremia. Antimicrob Agents Chemother. 2021 Aug 17;65(9):e0034321. doi: 10.1128/AAC.00343-21. Epub 2021 Aug 17. PMID: 34125589.Continuing Education Information:Learning Objectives: 1. Identify if an uncomplicated patient with MRSA bacteremia may be eligible for bacteriostatic medications2. Describe some of the advantages of using drugs like clindamycin in these patients0.05 CEU | 0.5 HrsACPE UAN: 0107-0000-21-339-H01-PInitial release date: 10/12/21Expiration date: 10/12/2022Complete CPE & CME details can be found here !What's new?GameChangers Pharmacotherapy Podcast will release new episodes on Mondays starting 10/18/2021We are making it easier to claim CE Credit for listening each week! This October - we'll launch a simple, one membership option so you can get one-click CE redemption for GameChangers episodes. Name changes! You'll notice the podcast show will change to CEimpact - you'll still get new GameChangers episodes released each week on Mondays. Keep listening here and your feed will automatically switch over to CEimpact on 10/18.
Have you ever sat down to start journaling but had a difficult time starting? Or have you ever heard of the benefits journaling can have on your day-to-day actions? Studies have shown an increase in self-esteem and problem-solving abilities with the simple task of taking a pen to paper. Okay, so you are ready to start journaling but quickly realize that you don't have the slightest idea where to start. In this episode, Kelsey and Armando talk about the benefits, tips, and journal prompts to help you transition to living a better, more fruitful mental health life. 5:45- Benefits of journaling17:20- Tips to start journaling30:35- Journal prompts Don't forget to hit that Subscribe button and leave a review. As always, thanks for sharing your time with us and listening to this episode of Self Love Sit Downs. God Bless. Contact us at email@example.comInstagram:Kelsey @kelsey_teddiArmando @mandofarias05 Facebook Groups:Kelsey Teddi Fitness As always, Self Love Starts with YOU!Journaling Prompts:What is on my mind?How do I feel today?What is my heart telling me today?What in my day triggered anxiety?What is the likelihood of my anxious thoughts telling me?What are the challenges I have overcome in my past?What's a time I felt anxious and it worked out fine?What can I do for myself to be a better version of myself?What do I need today?Describe the best part of your day.List three people you are grateful for and why.What brought you joy today?What are three qualities you like about yourself?Describe a memory that makes you happy.What did you accomplish today?What is one thing you are proud of overcoming recently?What were a low of my day and 2 highs of my day?What am I looking forward to and why?What are my intentions for today?I am ready to welcome..I am feeling..What did life teach me today?What is one way I would like to grow in this season?What am I doing well in life?What could I do to improve in life currently?What do I need to forgive myself for in this season?What excuses are currently holding me back from my goals?What are my life bucket list items?If I could go back and change one thing, what would that be?What type of person do I want to be in 3 years?
On this episode of Sweatpants and Stretch-Marks the ladies get into: ❧ What is the obsession with homosexuality ❧ How hard is it transitioning into a parent of a “teenager” ❧ Describe your mom in the 90's ❧❧MESSY MEDIA ❧ Something that's small that you get excited over ❧ What's the furthest you've ever traveled to get your back blown out? ❧ Jazzá's "Would You Rather?" Tune in every Tuesday for your weekly dose of girl talk! Follow us on all Social Media sites @SPSM_Podcast!!
Hour 2: Gresh and Keefe try to figure out how to describe this Red Sox team as they are now one win away from the ALCS with game 4 at home tonight. Then the guys are joined by Lawrence Guy to discuss the comeback win over the Texans, the blocked punt, and the evolution of the run defense. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The most empowering term in the world: yes. Too often we fail to allow others to take the risks they need to take in order to find success. Take a listen as we break down the real difference in life between yes & no. List one thing you need to say yes to. Describe a yes with conditions opportunity you are facing. Reflect on the times you've said yes and it's worked.
Fatima Korok is a World Champion freediver from Hungary.She first appeared on the show on Episode #110 and now returns to dig deep into her training methods with a special Training Talk episode.The Training Talk questions are:What is your favourite freediving discipline and why?Do you have a coach and who do you train with?Do you periodise your training through the year?What kind of dry training do you do?Do you have a dry EQ practice, if so, what kind of exercises?Can you handsfree? How deep?Describe your favourite pool training sessions, if you train in the pool.How do you structure depth training sessions and how does it change through the year or the season?What are you doing, in your mind, in the 2 minutes before your deep dives?Do you do warm up? How? Or why not?Do you pack? How many times?At what depth do you begin your freefall?Do you count your kicks or strokes?Hands up or down on the ascent?Do you exhale before surfacing or remove the noseclip before surfacing?Do you do recovery or hook breathing?What is your experience with narcosis and how do you deal with it?Have you ever experienced decompression related symptoms?Do you drink coffee, alcohol or smoke?What is the one piece of nutrition advice you would give?Do you take any supplements?What lifestyle or mindset change helped you improve more than anything else?Which person, or persons have influenced your own approach to freediving the most?What do you like to do on rest days and do you have any strategies to speed up your recovery?Describe your deepest dive in detail.What is your favourite memory so far from your freediving journey?What was the best place you ever freedived?
Describe an activity near the sea. "Real IELTS Speaking" is a podcast. Every week, Julian will share all questions about IELTS Speaking topics, providing formal answers. Help you improve English skill. 大家好,我是朱利安,来自于中国大陆. 我希望能够分享更多有关雅思口语考试的相关知识.Instagram @ielts.speaking.coach
Describe a practical skill you learned "Real IELTS Speaking" is a podcast. Every week, Julian will share all questions about IELTS Speaking topics, providing formal answers. Help you improve English skill.
Do you know what people think of you? If you had an out of body experience, how do you think people would you describe you? Walter and Shardie take a crack at pinpointing what people may think and say. From what you know about them, do you think they nailed it!? For exclusive and never heard before content please join our mailing list to receive hot bonus tracks, videos, and giveaways. https://myzipistreams.com/oneelevenpod Tune in to this new episode, Like, Share, and Subscribe and email ideas and comments to firstname.lastname@example.org instagram.com/
Interview with Lisa Ferrier Rafkin Today's interview is with Lisa Ferrier Rafkin, a badass and frothing speara that holds 15 women's world records! Join us as we chat about her journey in spearfishing, her struggles, memorable fish and some great tips for hunting pelagic fish species and staying safe! She is clearly exceptionally talented at spearfishing and although she hasn't been doing it for very long, she has a lot that you can learn from when it comes to technique, overcoming challenges and caring for your catch. The species on her list are things like Bluefin Tuna, Roosterfish and big yellow tail to name a few, if you are interested in hunting bigger game fish this is a great episode to listen to! Important times: 00:13 Intro 05:12 Hello and welcome! Tell us about the Sea Of Love Foundation 06:19 You are softhearted in the day and a badass spearfisher at night! You have 15x women's world records! 08:12 What draws you to the ocean? 08:57 Your work takes a toll on you, is spearfishing a type of therapy for you? 10:28 What's your earliest spearfishing memory? 12:24 You started a new sport at a late age, how did you find the process of starting new? 14:21 Starting with very competent people can be intimidating 15:56 I got my first blue water gun in 2016 after a lot of diving 17:41 What is a "paddy"? If there's a bird on it, it's a good sign! 18:46 What size are we talking? 20:10 How do you approach a paddy? 21:23 Explain the hunting around a paddy 22:23 Undersized yellowtail "rats" 23:17 What does ethical spearfishing mean to you? 24:30 Your awareness of the ethics become nuanced as you develop in your spearfishing 28:05 What was it like learning to freedive at 52? 29:32 Duck dive technique is a huge thing 30:23 What's the first hunt that stands out in your memory? 32:17 Have you had a problem with shot placement with bigger yellowtail? 33:45 Loading a speargun 35:31 Sometimes you need to struggle 37:44 Dealing with excitement when you find a great fish 39:42 The missed opportunities keep you coming back 40:27 Pulling fish in on your shooting line, it takes practice 42:14 Dorado/mahi mahi really test you and your team 43:14 As a novice hunting Bluefin Tuna, what advice do you have? 46:31 Watch where your line is! 47:08 Are you using a clutch setup? Yes! 48:53 Do Bluefin dive deep when they get scared? 52:42 What tough/scary situations have you had? Getting wrapped in line 54:56 Sharks! 59:05 Black Sea Bass 59:57 People wonder how we can love animals so much and still hunt and eat them 01:03:06 Equipment: Riffe speargun and wetsuit 01:04:23 I don't use a low volume mask, my scuba mask just fits perfectly and I have problems with all the low volume makes I've used 01:07:00 Do you do any pool training? 01:08:10 Getting a little extra depth opens up bigger fish and the problem with comparison in spearfishing 01:10:06 Dive within your limits and shallow water blackouts 0:11:24 When I take people to hunt bigger fish I make sure they keep there surface to diving ratio good 01:14:37 Funny stuff! 01:16:53 Lessons learned for drift diving 01:17:41 Shooting a 56lb Roosterfish and almost losing all my gear 01:19:08 What do they taste like? 01:19:53 Bluefin tuna: caring and processing is different than for other fish 01:22:02 Dry aging fish 01:24:49 Treating fish well is an important thing 01:26:37 Spearo Q&A Single best tip: using pink bands, seriously! It attracts fish! Who's been the most influential person in your spearfishing? If you had to start spearfishing all over again, what would you do differently? Describe what the spearfishing experience means to you. 01:30:30 Where can people find you on social media? 01:31:58 Outro Listen in and subscribe on iOS or Android Important Links Noob Spearo Partners and Discount Codes . Use the code NOOBSPEARO save $20 on every purchase over $200 at checkout – Flat shipping rate, especially in AUS! – Use the code NOOB10 to save 10% off anything store-wide. Free Shipping on USA orders over $99 + Free Shipping with promo code NOOBSPEARO at ! #ad #manscapedpod | Simple, Effective, Dependable Wooden Spearguns. Use the Code NOOB to save $30 on any speargun:) use the code SPEARO to get 20% off any course and the code NOOBSPEARO to get 40% off any and all courses! Use the code NOOBSPEARO to save $25 on the full Penetrator Spearfishing Fin Range . 28-day Freediving Transformation (CODE: NOOB28 for 15% off) | Equalization Masterclass – Roadmap to Frenzel | Free Courses | Freediving Safety Course | How to Take a 25-30% Bigger Breath! | The 5 minute Freediver | Break the 10 Meter Barrier – Use the code NOOBSPEARO to save $ | Wickedly tough and well thought out gear! Check out their | ‘Spearo Dad' | ‘Girls with Gills' | ‘Jobfish Tribute' | Fishing Trips () Subscribe to the best spearfishing magazine in the world. International subscription available! . Listen to 99 Tips to Get Better at Spearfishing
Renal Cell Carcinoma: Surgical & Medical Management of High-Risk Renal Cell Carcinoma: New Paradigms for Treatment CME Available: https://auau.auanet.org/node/33917 At the conclusion of this course, participants will be able to: 1. Manage bleeding complications of robotic partial nephrectomy 2. Describe the algorithm of Immunotherapy treatment of advanced Renal Cell Carcinoma 3. Minimize positive margin rates of robotic partial nephrectomy ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS Independent educational grant support provided by: AstraZeneca Bristol-Myers Squibb Merck
s5e4 Mark 1:14-20John the Baptist is arrested, Jesus begins his ministry and He calls the first disciplesSOMAScripture - Read and Re-read Mark 1:14-20 (read a section or 2 after this reading as well to understand context a little bit)Observations/Questions - Here are some of our observations and questions we had concerning this text:John the Baptist and Jesus preaching at the same time? Was there a difference in their messages to the Jewish people? Why did John baptize? What did Jesus mean by the time is fulfilled in verse 15?What was significant about repent and believe the gospel to the Jew at the time prior to the death and resurrection of Jesus?Mark seems to take us quickly through the meeting of Jesus with the fishermen - did they possibly know each other already?Fishers of men? What? When? Who?Hired servants? Did these fishermen have a good moneymaking business?Meaning - major takeaways we have gained from this text (not exclusive - just our notes)John the Baptist - Mark emphasizes who Jesus is by showing us John. John's life summarizes the priorities of Jesus.Jesus IS the Good NewsJesus has authority - He is worth following Application - what does this text mean FOR me not necessarily TO meBelieve in the good news!Come after me - not as equals, discipleship for the sake of others - He is worth everything!Group Questions:What do you think was the major attraction for these fishermen to follow Jesus so quickly?What would be the hardest thing for you to leave behind if called?What does Discipleship for the Sake of Others mean? What accomplishment can you look at in life and say it was definitely worth all of the sacrifice? What does Jesus mean to you? What areas in your life need surrendered? What does it mean to be a fisher of men? Describe, compare the lives of the disciples to our lives today...Listen to NH podcasts on www.newhopechurch.cc/listenCheck out Simple Spiritual Practices with Lindsay SterchiThe ALL New Hope Underground Podcast will be kicking off in 2022! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
We are living in a period of prolonged intensity and people are getting frustrated with positive people. Take a listen as I break down what to do to support yourself through this period and more importantly how to support others. List ways you can navigate intensity. Describe one way you can cope with the intensity. Identify people you can create relief with and have some fun.
As you learn English you'll want to know how to describe different types of weather. In this English lesson I'll help you learn how to describe a rainy day in English. There are many types of weather, but it's rainy here right now, so I thought this would be a great time to help you learn how to talk about it. As you know, talking about the weather is a form of small talk in English, so you'll want to master it!There are a few words and phrases for describing a rainy day. The rain can be pleasant, like a slight drizzle, or damaging like when we have a thunderstorm. Today it is drizzling, but it will probably rain a lot harder later in the afternoon. There definitely are many things getting wet though!In this English lesson I'll be sure to teach phrases like, "It's really coming down out there." and "to rain cats and dogs" and many more!I think you'll enjoy this English weather lesson about describing a rainy day!Note: This is the audio portion of a Youtube English lesson which you can watch right here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n3vGH0yGsRQ or find by searching Youtube for, "Bob the Canadian Rainy Day"Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/bobthecanadian)
You've probably heard- The Club is open for registration from now until October 5, 2021!There are parts of The Club that are super easy to describe and there are parts of The Club that feel almost impossible to describe.If you're thinking about joining The Club, here's my best attempt at showing you what The Club is all about. In this episode I mention how there are basically no rules for membership- except that all members agree to The Club manifesto. Yup, we have a manifesto. It's not creepy, promise. In fact, it might be the most important thing that has made The Club work the way it does.I have an episode about the Manifesto that you find here: The Club has a ManifestoDefinitely if you have questions- email me! email@example.com**********There are so many benefits (and no drawbacks!) to teaching kids and teens about the brain. I'll give you simple, fun ways to Teach Kids about their Awesome Brain. This 1.5 hour webinar airs live on Wed Oct 20. Everyone who registers will receive the recording so you don't have to attend live! CLICK HERE.
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By the end of this episode, you will be able to: Recognize the clinical presentation of meniscal injury on history and physical exam. Describe the anatomy of the menisci and classification of tears. Describe operative and non-operative management options for meniscal tears, including the indications, risks, and benefits of each.
Dawn and Jorge Hernandez spent three years working in food service at Dollywood amusement park in Pigeon Forge, Tenn. They also worked as camp hosts at a campground while Jorge worked in the front office and Dawn performed maintenance around the park. The job they keep returning to every year involves working at Adventureland amusement park in Des Moines, Iowa, where Dawn oversees 15 retail stores throughout the park and Jorge works at the park's 320-site campground assigning guests to their sites and helping them feel welcome. They like working at amusement parks for the entertainment options that come with the jobs.
Anti-mask and anti-vaccine fervor are causing an overload of the healthcare system and leading to increased mortality and morbidity. Three publications recently released, including a randomized controlled trial, evaluate community masking on COVID-19 spread.Redeem your CPE or CME credit here! References and resources: Abaluck J, Kwong L, Styczynski A, et al. The Impact of Community Masking on COVID-19: A Cluster-Randomized Trial in Bangladesh. Available at: https://www.poverty-action.org/publication/impact-community-masking-covid-19-cluster-randomized-trial-bangladesh. Bazant M, Bush J. A guideline to limit indoor airborne transmission of COVID-19. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences Apr 2021, 118 (17) e2018995118; DOI: 10.1073/pnas.2018995118. Center for Disease Control. Morbidity and mortality weekly report: MMWR. [Atlanta, GA]: US Dept of Health, Education, and Welfare, Public Health Service, Center for Disease Control. Sept 10, 2021.Continuing Education Information:Learning Objectives: 1. Describe the Abaluck et al trial, including benefits and applications2. Describe the evidence base for public health interventions, including difficulties for randomized controlled studies0.05 CEU | 0.5 HrsACPE UAN: 0107-0000-21-338-H01-PInitial release date: 09/28/21Expiration date: 09/28/22Complete CPE & CME details can be found here!
Today's Co-Hosts: Ben Criddle (@criddlebenjamin) Subscribe to the Cougar Sports with Ben Criddle podcast:Apple Podcastshttps://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/cougar-sports-with-ben-criddle/id996764363Google Podcastshttps://www.google.com/podcasts?feed=aHR0cHM6Ly93d3cuc3ByZWFrZXIuY29tL3Nob3cvMTM2OTkzOS9lcGlzb2Rlcy9mZWVkSpotifyhttps://open.spotify.com/show/7dZvrG1ZtKkfgqGenR3S2mPocket Castshttps://pca.st/SU8aOvercasthttps://overcast.fm/itunes996764363/cougar-sports-with-ben-criddle-byuSpreakerhttps://www.spreaker.com/show/cougar-sports-with-ben-criddleStitcherhttps://www.stitcher.com/s?fid=66416iHeartRadiohttps://www.iheart.com/podcast/966-cougar-sports-with-29418022TuneInhttps://tunein.com/podcasts/Sports-Talk--News/Cougar-Sports-with-Ben-Criddle-p731529/
How do you create intentional processes to support cascading engagement in your world and allow for people to collaborate, calibrate and validate their leadership? Want a process? Here you go! Describe your current process for cascading problem solving in your world. List the members of your crew. Identify your captain.
How are you describing your life to the people around you? This episode invites you to have self awareness on the words you use. I also share different "filters" and questions I ask myself when making soul-aligned decisions. Share to IG stories and tag me! Http://www.instagram.com/kelseylowshow Join GLOW Self Love Sisterhood: https://tinyurl.com/5dfdw43h
This week's guest is Valorie Hendrix. Valorie told us all about VAVE, what it stands for, and what its benefits are. Valorie also explained how VAVE can be applied in less traditional lean settings, not just manufacturing. An MP3 audio version of this episode is available for download here. In this episode you'll learn: Valorie's background (4:43) What VAVE is about (7:20) The early stages of her journey (9:29) The balance between cost and relationship (13:23) How you use VAVE (14:03) VAVE and lean (23:44) Applying VAVE in non-manufacturing environments (25:19) Tips for learning about VAVE (30:11) Podcast Resources Right Click to Download this Podcast as an MP3 Download a Free Audio Book at Audible.com Valorie on LinkedIn Dynamic Empire Consulting Streamlining Function & Value Streamlining Function & Value on Amazon What Do You Think? Have you used VAVE before? Describe your experience.
Jessica Johnson works in leadership development with the RBL Group. She holds an MBA from Brigham Young University and previously worked in management and marketing consulting, and in television sports. Highlights 2:14 “Tell us about your journey as a single member inside the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints” 4:21 What defines your journey as a single member of the church? I've been able and willing to serve in any capacity. Not being categorized by others. 8:01 Describe the Focus Group work that has been happening in relation to this Single Saints Summit: It's non-scientific data gathering from single adults across the United States. 9:35 How do we help single member feel more welcome or more like they belong? Use President Hinckley's advice about things all converts/members need: A friend (10:47) If someone is sitting alone, it's ok to ask if they'd like someone to sit by them. But it's also ok if they want to sit alone. Inviting them is more important. Are there things that you only invite other families to? Or other couples? Single people usually want to be included in those things too. This builds deeper connections. It's important to know as a single member that someone thinks of you and is concerned for your welfare (especially in a pandemic) Also If you are a single member and feeling overlooked it's important to speak up! Story of no ministering priesthood assigned. Responsibilities: What calling should a single person have? Any calling! Get to the individual! Story of New Member Meetings. “Callings are an anchor to the ward.” Nurturing with the good word of God: Home-Centered Church Supported…. Singles may love to be invited to participate in family study on occasion. If you are preparing a lesson stop to consider multiple demographics. Single, divorced, widowed etc. do you prepare broadly so all feel included? 26:45 Do Single Adults in the church prefer a single ward over a neighborhood ward? Globally single wards not available It's up to the individuals in the areas that have them. It's also important that they be allowed to choose, not told where to attend. 30:00 Story of “You're NOT welcome here”; figure out the “warm hand-off” 32:00 What do good-intentioned people say to singles in the church, that they should stop saying? Check your blind spots: do you have biases or superficial relationships? The single members don't want to be labeled or lumped into groups. Get rid of the “ites.” Men will often refuse to meet with single women, especially in their homes. It's smart to be cautious, but it's also important to be thoughtful and kind. Sometimes there's a hierarchy that is referenced that single lives are “less than or less celestial” than married lives. They don't need pity or assumptions that they don't live up to their covenants. Read Elder Gong's GC talk “Room in the Inn.” 37:28 Have you noticed improvements in the way Single Adults are treated over the last few years? In GC talks, for sure! It's cultural to have “menace to society talks” that needs to stop. Most people engage in the self-similarity principle: we need to step out of that. “Can't we just treat all people like they are individuals?” 40:17 Are the needs of the single/divorced/widowed etc. treated differently? In short yes. It's important to remember that we will never become one in Christ if we keep defining people by their differences. People don't want to be known by their marital statuses. 42:00 Final Thoughts? Get to know individuals Take time to know or understand what it is like to walk in others' shoes. Links Transcript coming soon
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