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WNHH Community Radio
Behind The Brand with Prestige & EZ BlueZ: Danny Dufour

WNHH Community Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 20, 2023 52:04


Behind The Brand with Prestige & EZ BlueZ: Danny Dufour by WNHH Community Radio

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Locked On Islanders - Daily Podcast On The New York Islanders
William Dufour Made His New York Islanders and NHL Debut But Another Uneven Effort Results in a Loss

Locked On Islanders - Daily Podcast On The New York Islanders

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2023 30:07


New York Islanders prospect William Dufour made his NHL debut but the team only played one strong period and lost to the Boston Bruins 4-1. Mathew Barzal, Brock Nelson and Anders Lee combined for only three shots on goal in the game and the defense was sloppy. Semyon Varlamov looked rusty after missing time due to injuries and not playing much in the last month. We also preview tonight's road game against the Buffalo Sabres and have our unsung hero and goat of the game for the loss against the Bruins. All this and more on today's Locked On Islanders Podcast with Gil Martin. Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKEDON15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline BetOnline.net has you covered this season with more props, odds and lines than ever before. BetOnline – Where The Game Starts! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Against the Grain
National Journal Radio Bonus Episode: Ringing in the New Year with a Bang

Against the Grain

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 9, 2023 41:37


In this bonus episode adapted from National Journal's webinar series Cook Catch Up, National Journal Editor-in-Chief Jeff Dufour and The Cook Political Report with Amy Walter founder and contributor and National Journal columnist Charlie Cook discuss the tumultuous battle to vote Rep. Kevin McCarthy as Speaker and what power struggles still remain in the House GOP conference.

Into The Wind
[REDIFFUSION] - #49 - Bruno Troublé, la Coupe pour la vie

Into The Wind

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2023 129:15


Tip & Shaft vous propose d'écouter ou de ré-écouter le deuxième épisode d'Into The Wind le plus suivi de l'année 2022. Votre podcast revient dans son format habituel vendredi prochain, le 13 janvier. D'ici là, toute l'équipe de Tip & Shaft vous souhaite une très bonne année 2023 ! C'est l'histoire d'une révélation. Celle qu'a connue, à même pas 18 ans, Bruno Troublé, dans les locaux du New York Yacht-Club, en plein Manhattan, en découvrant la Coupe de l'America qui y trônait alors dans une vitrine. Nous sommes en 1963, et le jeune Troublé, dernier rejeton d'une famille versaillaise, promis, comme les trois générations précédentes, à la robe d'avocat, tombe raide dingue de la Cup et se jure d'y participer. Fou de bateau depuis l'enfance, il délaisse rapidement le droit pour se consacrer à la régate qu'il a appris dans le fief familial d'Antibes et sur la Seine. Plutôt doué - vice-champion du monde junior de 505 -, il est sélectionné pour les Jeux de Mexico en 1968 qu'il termine 6e avec Bertrand Chéret en Flying Dutchman. Il candidate auprès de baron Bich - fondateur de Bic - qui monte le premier défi français pour la Coupe de l'America 1970, sans succès, retourne aux JO en 1976 (7e en Soling avec Patrick Haegli) et parvient finalement à embarquer pour la Coupe de 1980 sur France 3 qu'il mène en finale des challengers. Le baron est la "rencontre de sa vie". Une vie, qui va définitivement basculer du côté de la Coupe en 1983, où, toujours barreur du défi français, il parvient à convaincre Henry Racamier, le patron de Louis Vuitton, de financer les sélections des challengers de l'America's Cup. C'est le début d'un long compagnonage qui verra Bruno Troublé devenir au fil des années et des éditions un personnage incontournable et influent de la Coupe - seul français jamais intronisé au Hall of Fame du pichet en argent. Même lorsque Vuitton se retirer de la Coupe, en 2007. A 76 ans, il était encore consultant en Nouvelle Zélande sur la Prada Cup en 2021. Mais la vie de Bruno Troublé ne se résume pas au plus vieux trophée sportif du monde : à côté de cette grande passion, il continuera à régater, vendra des Dufour après avoir été journlaiste à Bateaux dans ses jeunes années, fera de la Windglider la planche des JO de Los Angelès - en s'appuyant sur... les Russes -, fondera une société d'évènementiel (Jour J), organisera le Tour de France à la voile, convertira Lindsay Owen Jones, le patron de L'Oréal, à la voile, s'impliquera dans la voile classique... Six décennies de passion vélique, passée au milieu d'une incroyable galerie de personnages, que cet épisode de 2h10 ne suffit pas à balayer. On attend avec impatience  les mémoires de celui qui se surnomme lui-même le "Papy de la Coupe" !

wehorse Podcast
#139 Dressurstar Cathrine Laudrup-Dufour: Der Weg zur Spitze

wehorse Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 1, 2023 62:17


Cathrine Laudrup-Dufour ist eine dänische Dressurreiterin, die derzeit Platz zwei und drei auf der Weltrangliste belegt. Cathrine ist eine olympische Athletin, die 2016 in Rio und 2021 in Tokio an Wettkämpfen teilgenommen hat und auch zweimal Einzel-Silber gewann. Außerdem verhalf sie ihrem Team zum Goldgewinn bei den Dressur-Weltmeisterschaften 2022 in Herning, Dänemark. Aber auch außerhalb ihres Erfolges verkörpert Cathrine viel von dem, was die Dressurwelt von einem Champion erwartet – ihre Reitfähigkeiten, ihre Liebe und ihr Verständnis für ihren Partner Pferd, welches sie zu einer der besten Dressurreiterinnen der Welt gemacht haben. Mehr zum Thema Bindung zwischen Pferd und Reiter lernst du auch im unserem Jahresstartprogramm „Two Hearts Two Minds“. Erfahre in vier Wochen, wie du die Partnerschaft mit deinem Pferd auf eine ganz neue Ebene bringen kannst. Für mehr Gesundheit, Vertrauen und Zufriedenheit in eurem Alltag.

RADIO X CHRONIQUES & ENTREVUES
Le Fabuleux Noël de l'enfant Pee Wee reçoit... SARA DUFOUR!

RADIO X CHRONIQUES & ENTREVUES

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 25, 2022 22:33


La "magie de Noël" amène la talentueuse Sara Dufour en studio!

The Equestrian Connection
#20 From Athlete to Icon with Cathrine Laudrup-Dufour

The Equestrian Connection

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 25, 2022 61:49


Cathrine Laudrup-Dufour is a Danish dressage rider who is currently ranked 2nd and 3rd in the world, as of July 2022. Cathrine is an olympic athlete, having competed in 2016 at Rio and 2021 at Tokyo, and she won double individual silver as well as helped her team win gold at the 2022 World Dressage Championships in Herning, Denmark. But apart from her career success, Cathrine embodies much of what the dressage world wants in a champion - her riding skills, love and understanding of her equestrian partners that led her to become one of the world's best.

Making It: Women in Film
#64 | Mothers and Daughters with Co-Directors Carmine Pierre-Dufour & Sandrine Brodeur-Desrosiers ("FANMI")

Making It: Women in Film

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2022 93:51


Enjoy this episode with the French-Canadian co-directors Sandrine and Carmine! Stick around to the end for Lauren and Evita's holiday film recommendations, and as always, why don't you give us a quick 5 star rating and make sure you're subscribed? In the spirit of holidays, and all that. Produced by Bonnie and Braw and LS Films. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/makingitwomeninfilm/message

Against the Grain
National Journal Radio Episode 17: A Year Like No Other

Against the Grain

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 19, 2022 35:38


In this reporters' roundtable episode, Editor-in-Chief Jeff Dufour takes a look back at the year in politics and policy with House correspondent Casey Wooten, Senate correspondent Savannah Behrmann, White House correspondent George Condon Jr. and Hotline managing editor Kirk A. Bado. Listen as they discuss what they followed this year on their beats and what they'll follow in 2023.

Hypnocast
Transe Somnambulique Et Faux Souvenirs Avec Christophe Dufour

Hypnocast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2022 101:23


Transe Somnambulique Et Faux Souvenirs Avec Christophe Dufour by Manu Winter - Hypnose Directe

AAOMPT Podcast
Ep. 107 Wilson and Rainy Interview

AAOMPT Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2022 42:05


Dr. Kelli Wilson (e-mail) of Integrity Rehab and Alcove Education and Dr. Nick Rainey (e-mail) of Rainey Pain & Performance and Sierra Vista Headache and TMJ Specialists are interviewed by Stephen M. Shaffer regarding a presentation they gave both at the 2021 AAOMPT Conference and the 2022 APTA Combined Sections Meeting titled, “Hidden Contributors to Orthopedic Lumbopelvic Pain: Pelvic Health Examination for All PTs.” Of note, this is also their introduction to the AAOMPT Podcast feed as future co-hosts representing the AAOMPT Pelvic Health SIG. This episode contains information that will be interesting for practitioners who want to explore the interaction of general orthopaedic clinical practice and pelvic health. Additionally, to find the resources mentioned during this episode please use the following links: AAOMPT Pelvic Health SIG Decision Tree, Keizer et al 2019, and Dufour et al 2018.Find out more about the American Academy of Orthopaedic Manual Physical Therapists at the following links:Academy website: www.aaompt.orgTwitter: @AAOMPTFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/aaompt/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/officialaaompt/?hl=enPodcast e-mail: aaomptpodcast@gmail.comPodcast website: https://aaomptpodcast.simplecast.fm

On the Wind Sailing
Lyall & Katie Burgess // Family Cruising & Working Aboard

On the Wind Sailing

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 6, 2022 80:02


Lyall & Katie Burgess have a shore base 2000' up the volcano in Hawaii, but have spent the past year living aboard and cruising their Dufour 38 BLAKE with their two young daughters. They bought the boat new as part of a charter fleet, then after taking ownership in September, sailed across the Atlantic with the ARC rally, where Lyall & Katie actually met working on the staff years ago. I caught up with them in Mexico to hear about their adventures. -- If you liked this conversation you'll LOVE The QUARTERDECK, 59 North's 'deep dives on the art of seamanship.' Join our interactive community and get involved in the conversation at quarterdeck.59-north.com. First two weeks FREE, then multiple pricing options thereafter.  -- ON THE WIND is presented by Forbes Horton Yachts and supported by Weems & Plath. Learn more about both sponsors & friends on the show, or follow the links above.

The Resource Doula
Flipping the Script on Pelvic Pain in Pregnancy with Dr. Sinéad Dufour

The Resource Doula

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 6, 2022 60:53 Transcription Available


Show NotesOn today's podcast. I chat with Dr. Sinead Dufour about her work surrounding pregnancy related, pelvic girdle pain. And if that sounds complex, don't worry. All it means is pain in your pelvis during pregnancy or into the first year postpartum. We talk about the myth that relaxin is the cause of all of these pains in your pelvis and how we can better approach pain in general during pregnancy. So whether you're a clinician or currently pregnant and wanting to improve your pain. I know, you'll find this episode intriguingYou're listening to the Resource Doula Podcast, a place where we provide information to help you make informed healthcare decisions for yourself and your family.Resources MentionedAPTA Pelvic Health Academy Clinical Practice GuidelinesPelvic Guru's Pelvic Practitioner DirectoryResearch Article and Associated Infographic linked here.Sinéad's #1 Tip:“I want people to know that pregnancy related kind of aches and pains is very different than pregnancy related pelvic girdle pain. So it's important that people kind of understand that outta the gate. So that way if you self-identify yourself in this now umbrella of pregnancy related pelvic girdle pain, now where this, in this nociplastic pain, you can immediately understand you need to go to someone to get some guidance and some help. Ideally, someone who has some understanding and pain science. It doesn't even matter if they don't even live in your same country because most of this care can be delivered really well virtually. Sometimes you'll only need one or two consultations with a skilled person to be able to kind of figure things out and get on track.”Connect with Sinéad:Reframe RehabThe World Of My Baby (WOMB)Dr. Sinéad on InstagramMcMaster Experts PagePlease remember that that what you hear on this podcast is not medical advice. but remember to always do your own research and talk to a trusted provider before making important decisions about your healthcare. If you found this podcast helpful, please consider leaving a 5-star review in your favorite podcast app, it helps other people find the show. Thanks so much for listening!Come say hey on Support the showCome say hey on social media Trainer Natalie's Social Channels: Instagram: @trainernatalieh Youtube: @trainernatalie TikTok: @trainernatalie Facebook: @trainernatalieh Twitter: @trainernatalieh The Resource Doula Podcast Social Channels: Instagram: @resourcedoulapodcast TikTok: @resourcedoula Resource Doula Podcast Youtube: @resourcedoula Sign up email newsletter: https://trainat.li/emails Snag your free download here: The Mindful Mama's Guide to Moving better: 5 exercises you can seamlessly integrate into your busy day: https://trainat.li/field-guide

Against the Grain
National Journal Radio Episode 14: Grading the Midterm Polls

Against the Grain

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2022 31:05


Now that the midterm election results are mostly settled, Editor-in-Chief Jeff Dufour brings on the data analytics and polling columnist and PRRI research director Natalie Jackson. They'll grade how the polls fared this midterm cycle and what could be up next for the 2024 season.

We Go There Podcast
S6 | E61 The Truth on Pelvic Girdle Pain with Dr. Sinéad Dufour

We Go There Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2022 53:34


Dr. Sinéad Dufour is an Associate Clinical Professor in the Faculty of Health Science at McMaster University. Her current research interests include: conservative approaches to manage pelvic floor dysfunction, pregnancy-related pelvic-girdle pain, and interprofessional collaborative practice models of service provision to enhance pelvic health. Dr. Sinéad Dufour gives us the tools we need to combat SPD pain. She debunks myths, gives advice, and shares hope for the future with new breakthroughs in research.    Sinéad Shares: Explanation of  SPD, lightning crotch, pubic bone pain, etc.  Sinéad debunks pelvic-girdle pain myths True causes of Pelvic-Girdle Pain & new info we need to know What to do when Pelvic Girdle Pain is affecting your daily life and mental health. Risk factors This is physiology we can change, Sinead tells us how.  It's NOT in your head. Here's your top 3 tips.  How to set your brain and mindfulness up to help  What to look for when finding a PT/physiotherapist  Red flags in treatment Where to go for help   Show Notes:  For more of Sinéad, please visit instagram.com/dr.sinead  on Instagram For more of We Go There Podcast, please visit instagram.com/wegotherepodcast on Instagram wegotherepodcast.com on the Web *Warning- this podcast is completely unfiltered. If you are around young children, we suggest headphones.*

CA$HMIRE
Comment préparer la vente de son entreprise avec Stéphanie Dufour de Mallette (3 de 3)

CA$HMIRE

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2022 2:38


La directrice aux services-conseils chez Mallette, Stéphanie Dufour, passe au micro du podcast Ca$hMire cette semaine. Elle vient nous parler des étapes à suivre pour bien réussir la vente d'une entreprise. On jase des délais pour bien préparer le succès d'une transaction et des impacts à plus long terme. On discute aussi de l'accompagnement qui demeure nécessaire tout au long du processus de vente (avant, pendant et après).

CA$HMIRE
Comment préparer la vente de son entreprise avec Stéphanie Dufour de Mallette (2 de 3)

CA$HMIRE

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2022 5:50


La directrice aux services-conseils chez Mallette, Stéphanie Dufour, passe au micro du podcast Ca$hMire cette semaine. Elle vient nous parler des étapes à suivre pour bien réussir la vente d'une entreprise. On jase des délais pour bien préparer le succès d'une transaction et des impacts à plus long terme. On discute aussi de l'accompagnement qui demeure nécessaire tout au long du processus de vente (avant, pendant et après).

CA$HMIRE
Comment bien préparer la vente de son entreprise avec Stéphanie Dufour de Mallette

CA$HMIRE

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2022 12:36


La directrice aux services-conseils chez Mallette, Stéphanie Dufour, passe au micro du podcast Ca$hMire cette semaine. Elle vient nous parler des étapes à suivre pour bien réussir la vente d'une entreprise. On jase des délais pour bien préparer le succès d'une transaction et des impacts à plus long terme. On discute aussi de l'accompagnement qui demeure nécessaire tout au long du processus de vente (avant, pendant et après).

CA$HMIRE
Comment préparer la vente de son entreprise avec Stéphanie Dufour de Mallette (1 de 3)

CA$HMIRE

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2022 5:18


La directrice aux services-conseils chez Mallette, Stéphanie Dufour, passe au micro du podcast Ca$hMire cette semaine. Elle vient nous parler des étapes à suivre pour bien réussir la vente d'une entreprise. On jase des délais pour bien préparer le succès d'une transaction et des impacts à plus long terme. On discute aussi de l'accompagnement qui demeure nécessaire tout au long du processus de vente (avant, pendant et après).

CA$HMIRE
Ca$hMire du 25 novembre 2022 - Épisode complet

CA$HMIRE

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2022 78:52


Dans ce nouvel épisode du podcast Ca$hMire du 25 novembre 2022, Pierre Couture jase d'économie, de finances personnelles, de consommation et d'entrepreneuriat. - Où va notre argent ? Les dépenses du gouvernement explosent depuis 10 ans ⁃ Couche-Tard toujours à la recherche d'une grosse acquisition ⁃ Bourse : un sauveur pour relancer Disney ? ⁃ Vers un bras de fer Twitter contre Apple ⁃ De Theranos à FTX : comment les investisseurs se sont faits flouer Entrevues - Comment préparer la vente de son entreprise avec Stéphanie Dufour de la firme Mallette - On jase de Twitter, de la FIFA, de Disney et de FTX avec le prof en marketing Luc Dupont Bonne écoute !

Spill & Dish: A Specialty Food Association Podcast
Respecting Tradition with Carla Krasner, Dufour Pastry Kitchens, Inc.

Spill & Dish: A Specialty Food Association Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2022 22:23


In this episode, Megan Rooney, Program Development Manager at SFA, speaks with Carla Krasner, Co-Founder and Co-Owner at Dufour Pastry Kitchens, about running a women-owned company since 1985, respecting tradition while being open to change, and transitioning from a career in music to one in food. Dufour nationally supplies artisanal hors d'oeuvres and other savories as well as ready-to-bake tart shells, all-butter puff pastry, and now, a plant-based dough from its plant in the South Bronx.Spill & Dish is Powered by Simplecast.

Les Nuits de France Culture
Bernard Dufour : "Ma vie est une suite de rebondissements"

Les Nuits de France Culture

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 20, 2022 47:21


durée : 00:47:21 - Les Nuits de France Culture - par : Albane Penaranda - Le peintre Bernard Dufour s'entretenait en 1995 avec Alain Veinstein dans son émission "Du jour au lendemain" à l'occasion de la parution de son livre "Des collectionneurs tels André Breton" dans lequel il disait son admiration pour le grand amateur d'art et collectionneur qu'avait été André Breton. - invités : Bernard Dufour artiste, peintre, photographe, écrivain

Les Nuits de France Culture
Les autoportraits de Bernard Dufour : "Il y a des tableaux qui m'échappent, que je ne comprends pas"

Les Nuits de France Culture

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 20, 2022 47:42


durée : 00:47:42 - Les Nuits de France Culture - par : Albane Penaranda - Dans "Les après-midi de France Culture", le peintre Bernard Dufour racontait en 1982 vingt ans d'autoportraits qui étaient autant de révélations sur son rapport au sexe, à la mort et à l'identité. Passé au début des années 1960 de l'abstraction au figuratif, Bernard Dufour s'explique et s'interroge. - invités : Bernard Dufour artiste, peintre, photographe, écrivain

Les Nuits de France Culture
La peinture en question, conversation entre Bernard Dufour et Catherine Millet en 1993 1/5 : Bernard Dufour : "Tout mon travail de peintre est complètement autobiographique"

Les Nuits de France Culture

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 20, 2022 30:37


durée : 00:30:37 - Les Nuits de France Culture - par : Albane Penaranda - Dans ce premier entretien d'"A voix nue", le peintre Bernard Dufour raconte ses écrits autobiographiques en parallèle à sa peinture. Dans ses confidences se mêle une réflexion sur ces deux activités et comment elles lui permettent chacune à sa façon d'attraper le réel, comme une quête permanente. - invités : Bernard Dufour artiste, peintre, photographe, écrivain

Les Nuits de France Culture
La peinture en question, conversation entre Bernard Dufour et Catherine Millet en 1993 2/5 : Bernard Dufour : "Le sens d'une œuvre échappe complètement à son auteur"

Les Nuits de France Culture

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 20, 2022 29:24


durée : 00:29:24 - Les Nuits de France Culture - par : Albane Penaranda - Deuxième temps de la série "A voix nue" avec le peintre Bernard Dufour qui parle ici du sens de ses tableaux, de la peinture du réel telle qu'il la conçoit, de sa fascination pour les tableaux de Matisse, du Titien et de tous ces peintres du réel. - invités : Bernard Dufour artiste, peintre, photographe, écrivain

Les Nuits de France Culture
Bernard Dufour : peinture, sexualité, tabou et autocensure

Les Nuits de France Culture

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 20, 2022 54:25


durée : 00:54:25 - Les Nuits de France Culture - par : Albane Penaranda - Pour ouvrir une semaine consacrée à la censure culturelle en France, "La Nouvelle Fabrique de l'histoire" propose un dialogue avec le peintre et écrivain Bernard Dufour sur l'autocensure et la décence dans son œuvre où la sexualité est très présente. - invités : Bernard Dufour artiste, peintre, photographe, écrivain

Les Nuits de France Culture
Le Gilles de Watteau par Bernard Dufour

Les Nuits de France Culture

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 20, 2022 15:55


durée : 00:15:55 - Les Nuits de France Culture - par : Albane Penaranda - Dans ce "Clin d'œil", le peintre Bernard Dufour nous raconte l'histoire d'une passion, celle du premier directeur du Louvre Vivant Denon pour le tableau de Watteau appelé "Le Gilles". Ce tableau, l'un des derniers de Watteau, a connu un destin extraordinaire. - invités : Bernard Dufour artiste, peintre, photographe, écrivain

Les Nuits de France Culture
La peinture en question, conversation entre Bernard Dufour et Catherine Millet en 1993 3/5 : La réalité et le réel, voir et regarder selon Bernard Dufour

Les Nuits de France Culture

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 20, 2022 29:57


durée : 00:29:57 - Les Nuits de France Culture - par : Albane Penaranda - Le peintre Bernard Dufour, dans ce troisième entretien de la série "À voix nue", parle de la différence entre réalité et réel en partant du récit du suicide de sa femme quarante ans auparavant. - invités : Bernard Dufour artiste, peintre, photographe, écrivain

Les Nuits de France Culture
Bernard Dufour, autour de "Wozzeck" et "Lulu" d'Alban Berg

Les Nuits de France Culture

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 20, 2022 55:41


durée : 00:55:41 - Les Nuits de France Culture - par : Albane Penaranda - Le peintre Bernard Dufour parle de son rapport intime, esthétique et affectif avec deux opéras d'Alban Berg, "Wozzeck" et "Lulu" et explique en quoi les personnages féminins de ces opéras font partie de son univers. - invités : Bernard Dufour artiste, peintre, photographe, écrivain

Les Nuits de France Culture
La peinture en question, conversation entre Bernard Dufour et Catherine Millet en 1993 4/5 : Bernard Dufour : "Je ne gomme jamais, je dessine toujours à la plume et à l'encre noire"

Les Nuits de France Culture

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 20, 2022 29:01


durée : 00:29:01 - Les Nuits de France Culture - par : Albane Penaranda - Dans ce quatrième temps de la série "À voix nue", le peintre Bernard Dufour parle de sa participation au film "La Belle Noiseuse" de Jacques Rivette sorti en 1991, et ce faisant de sa manière de travailler la toile et d'explorer la structure de ses tableaux. - invités : Bernard Dufour artiste, peintre, photographe, écrivain

Les Nuits de France Culture
Jacques Rivette et Bernard Dufour au sujet du film "La Belle Noiseuse"

Les Nuits de France Culture

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 20, 2022 35:13


durée : 00:35:13 - Les Nuits de France Culture - par : Albane Penaranda - Dans l'émission "La radio dans les yeux", alors que venait de sortir en salle "La Belle Noiseuse" de Jacques Rivette, auréolé de son succès cannois, on entendait le cinéaste et les comédiens parler du film, ainsi que Bernard Dufour dont on voyait les peintures à l'écran. - invités : Jacques Rivette Réalisateur de cinéma français; Bernard Dufour artiste, peintre, photographe, écrivain

Les Nuits de France Culture
La peinture en question, conversation entre Bernard Dufour et Catherine Millet en 1993 5/5 : Bernard Dufour : "J'ai toujours fait coexister les deux, la femme nue et l'autoportrait"

Les Nuits de France Culture

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 20, 2022 29:59


durée : 00:29:59 - Les Nuits de France Culture - par : Albane Penaranda - Dans ce dernier entretien d'"À voix nue", le peintre Bernard Dufour parle à nouveau de son expérience du film tourné avec Jacques Rivette, de l'écriture de son autobiographie dans une recherche de totale franchise, puis de sa relation avec ses modèles qu'il tient à distance. - invités : Bernard Dufour artiste, peintre, photographe, écrivain

Les Nuits de France Culture
Bernard Dufour : "La mort est faite pour être abolie et pour disparaître"

Les Nuits de France Culture

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 20, 2022 45:32


durée : 00:45:32 - Les Nuits de France Culture - par : Albane Penaranda - Bernard Dufour était l'invité de l'émission "Du jour au lendemain" pour son livre "Le temps passe quand même", un journal tenu en 1995 l'année de la mort de sa femme qui avait partagé sa vie durant trente-six ans, comme une machine à remonter le temps et à se confronter à la mort pour mieux avancer. - invités : Bernard Dufour artiste, peintre, photographe, écrivain

Les Nuits de France Culture
Bernard Dufour, son passage de l'abstrait au figuratif

Les Nuits de France Culture

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2022 5:56


durée : 00:05:56 - Les Nuits de France Culture - par : Albane Penaranda - Si l'œuvre de Bernard Dufour est méconnue aujourd'hui, il faut sans doute remonter au début des années soixante lors de son passage de l'abstraction à la figuration pour comprendre cet oubli. Dans cette courte interview de 1964, le peintre explique sa décision, voire justifie son choix du figuratif. - invités : Bernard Dufour artiste, peintre, photographe, écrivain

Les Nuits de France Culture
Bernard Dufour, la poursuite du réel - Présentation

Les Nuits de France Culture

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2022 6:47


durée : 00:06:47 - Les Nuits de France Culture - par : Albane Penaranda - Une Nuit autour de Bernard Dufour pour découvrir le parcours au long cours d'un peintre passé de l'abstraction au figuratif dans les années 1960 et qui n'a cessé de rechercher le réel à travers la représentation du corps des femmes et de la mort. Un programme d'archives proposé par Albane Penaranda.

Maddie, conversation avec un kiné
#45 - Xavier Dufour "Lombalgie, Thérapie manuelle, ITMP : passion kiné depuis 25 ans ❤️"

Maddie, conversation avec un kiné

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2022 60:55


Vous le connaissez sans doute car dans l'univers de la kinésithérapie il est difficile de passer à côté depuis plusieurs dizaines d'années tant il y rayonne avec implication et passion. Aujourd'hui avec Romain, kiné et fondateur de Weasyo, on accueille l'incontournable Xavier Dufour. Dans cet épisode, je crois que l'on a réussi le tour de force d'interroger Xavier sur à peu près tous les sujets qui nous tenaient à cœur de creuser avec lui. Accrochez-vous car en une heure, vous allez comprendre d'où lui est venu sa passion pour la kinésithérapie et l'expertise qu'il a développé autour de la lombalgie mais aussi sa vocation pour la transmission des savoirs en particulier à travers la création de l'ITMP (l'Institut de Thérapie Manuelle et Physiothérapie) dont il est Directeur et enseignant. Mais ce n'est pas tout car il sera aussi question d'ostéopathie, d'ergonomie, d'EBP, d'accès direct, de l'Avenir de la kinésithérapie et tout cela ponctué d'anecdotes et de cas cliniques concrets. Merci à Xavier pour cette heure d'échange que tu nous as offert avec ta transparence et ton franc-parler légendaires ! Belle écoute à tous, sur Maddie ! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/maddie-kine/message

Dr. Joe Tatta | The Healing Pain Podcast
Episode 291 | Reframing Pregnancy-Related Pelvic Girdle Pain With Sinéad Dufour, PT, PhD

Dr. Joe Tatta | The Healing Pain Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2022 35:55


Pelvic girdle pain is typically caused by unevenly moving joints, making the bones less stable and mobile. Pregnant women often experience this painful sensation, but it must never be treated the same way as non-pregnant people. Dr. Joe Tatta reframes pregnancy-related pelvic girdle pain beliefs with Dr. Sinéad Dufour, Associate Clinical Professor in the Faculty of Health Sciences at McMaster University in Canada. She discusses why this chronic pain still has a lot of misconceptions and continues to be mistreated despite the mounting evidence around its psychosocial and physiological factors. Dr. Sinéad also explains how women can stay resilient throughout pregnancy by paying more attention to biomechanics than their individual (and potentially incorrect) beliefs.   Love the show? Subscribe, rate, review, and share! Here's How » Join the Healing Pain Podcast Community today: integrativepainscienceinstitute.com Healing Pain Podcast Facebook Healing Pain Podcast Twitter Healing Pain Podcast YouTube Healing Pain Podcast LinkedIn Healing Pain Podcast Instagram

Le 13/14
La bonne tenue à l'Assemblée Nationale avec Alma Dufour et Philippe Gosselin

Le 13/14

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2022 58:59


durée : 00:58:59 - Le 13/14 - par : Bruno DUVIC - Dans un parlement dont la sociologie a évolué en 2017 avec l'arrivée des macronistes puis en juin dernier avec l'élection de dizaines de nouveaux députés RN ou Insoumis, la question du changement de règlement sur la tenue à l'Assemblée se pose et sera tranchée demain.

Against the Grain
National Journal Radio Bonus Episode: Bellwethers and Upset Picks

Against the Grain

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2022 60:07


In this bonus episode, Editor-in-Chief Jeff Dufour is joined by Cook Political Report with Amy Walter House Editor Dave Wasserman as they discuss the shifting expectations for the midterm elections, potential election night upsets and bellwether races.

New Books Network en español
Gérard Dufour y François Magne, "Los últimos años de vida de Juan Antonio Llorente" (2021)

New Books Network en español

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2022 57:41


En Los últimos años de la vida de Juan Antonio Llorente: Nuevas aportaciones (Publicacions de la Universitat d'Alacant, 2021), Gérard Dufour (con la colaboración de François Magne) vuelve a estudiar a un personaje singular al que le ha dedicado varios trabajos a lo largo de su carrera. Inquisidor y partidario de Godoy primero, afrancesado bajo el gobierno de José Bonaparte, liberal en sus últimos años, galicano en casi toda su carrera, la figura de Llorente sigue planteando preguntas interesantes en la historia de Francia y de España, que a partir de un renovado acervo documental pueden en parte responderse ahora. Un estudio minucioso de esos últimos años se complementa con la familiaridad que los autores tienen con la vida del personaje y con la historia del período para dar un mirada serena, desprejuiciada y cabal. Gérard Dufour es rector honorario y catedrático emérito de la Universidad Aix-Marseille y codirector de la revista El Argonauta español. Lo ha entrevistado Pablo Martínez Gramuglia, profesor de la Universidad de Navarra.

Pastry Arts Podcast
Romain Dufour: Master Baker and Problem Solver

Pastry Arts Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2022 42:24


Romain Dufour knew from an early age that he wanted to be a baker. He was inspired by his uncle who owned his own bakery in a small town near Bourges, France and Romain worked as an apprentice there for two years. Romain attended the Ecole de Boulangerie et de Patisserie de Paris, earning two diplomas in four years. For his second diploma, Romain was hired at the renowned Plaza Athenée Hotel in Paris, under the direction of Christophe Michalak, World Champion of Pastry. In 2016, Romain arrived in Chicago with a new position as the R&D Master Baker for Eurogerm KB, a French-American company specializing in dough conditioners, bread mixes and pastry mixes. In this role, he brings together his high-end baker training, extensive production experience and innate creativity to develop new, clean label recipes for an impressive list of notable clients within the dynamic food industry. In this episode we discuss: Romain's introduction to baking: trial by fire Baking at the Plaza Athenee in Paris under Christophe Michalak A challenge at the Intercontinental Hotel in Dubai The differences among dough conditioners What a clean label means in terms of Eurogerm dough conditioners What a typical day is like for Romain Romain's top tips on making the perfect flakey croissant And much more! Sponsored by Taste Europe, Butter of France French butter is churned longer to achieve 82% butter fat making it richer and creamier with a golden hue. For tips, tricks and recipes on how to use French Butter to romance the flavor of any cuisine visit www.tasteeurope.com.

Entendez-vous l'éco ?
L'économie...selon Catherine Dufour

Entendez-vous l'éco ?

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2022 57:53


durée : 00:57:53 - Entendez-vous l'éco ? - par : Tiphaine de Rocquigny - Comment science-fiction et fantasy permettent-elles de réfléchir aux transformations économiques et sociales actuelles et aux risques à venir ? - invités : Catherine Dufour Romancière, auteure de science-fiction et ingénieure informatique

Against the Grain
National Journal Radio Episode 9: Court Is in Session

Against the Grain

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2022 35:55


The Supreme Court just started its new term with another docket of potentially precedent-smashing cases. This term also introduced many changes to the court including the addition of Justice Ketanji Brown Jackson. SCOTUSblog editor and "Case Studies" columnist James Romoser joins Editor-in-Chief Jeff Dufour to break down these changes and what cases to look out for.

Neuroscience Meets Social and Emotional Learning
Brain Fact Friday on Success is Nonlinear: Using Neuroscience to Achieve Quantum Leaps, the Kaizen Way.

Neuroscience Meets Social and Emotional Learning

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2022 15:58


Welcome back to The Neuroscience Meets Social and Emotional Learning Podcast where we bridge the gap between theory and practice, with strategies, tools and ideas we can all use immediately, applied to the most current brain research to heighten productivity in our schools, sports environments and modern workplaces. I'm Andrea Samadi and launched this podcast to share how important an understanding of our brain is for our everyday life and results. Like you, I'm interested in learning and applying the research, to our everyday life. For this week's Brain Fact Friday, I want to look at the Japanese term “Kaizen” that means “change for the better” or “continuous improvement” as we enter the last quarter of 2022. If you follow this podcast, we launched our year with a 6 PART study of the bestselling book, Think and Grow Rich, that ended with EPISODE #196[i] on “The Neuroscience Behind the 15 Success Principles of Napoleon Hill's Classic Book, Think and Grow Rich” ensuring that we all make 2022 our best year ever with this detailed study. I've been studying this book chapter by chapter, at the start of every year, since 2019, which doesn't seem like a long time, but if you go back to this book study, you'll see that it's quite intensive. The notes I share came from 2 of my mentors who have studied this book for their entire life. It took me to the beginning of February to properly cover these 15 success principles, with enough content in this series to continue to study this book, every year, for the rest of OUR lives, and we will still pick up something new. We will cover this on today's episode, but success with these principles doesn't happen immediately. But it will happen, with time, which is why I think it's crucial to revisit this book (and success principles) throughout the year, to be sure the concepts are being applied, not just in January, when we are starting our year, but every month of the year, right through to end of Q4. There are 6 STEPS in this book, that I've written on my wall, that when read aloud every day, causes an increase in the amplitude of our thinking, until eventually, our goals become so engrained in our mind, that they become on autosuggestion in our thoughts throughout our day. Napoleon Hill intended this book to be studied over and over again, not just once, but multiple times, for results to occur. We opened this 6 PART series at the start of the year with a quote from Undercover Billionaire Grant Cardone, who said, “In order to get to the next level of whatever we're doing, we must think and act in a wildly different way than we previously have been” and I know I've repeated this quote often throughout the year, (on various episodes) but I'm doing it on purpose, since making any sort of change takes time. It doesn't happen overnight, or immediately, or how our brain wants to see things unravel, because success is nonlinear[ii]. I heard this concept the other day, and it made me stop and think for a minute. When you hear “success in nonlinear” what do you think about? I thought about that image of the person riding their bike with their plan in mind, towards their goal, but in reality, there are many obstacles along the way.   We all will have our ups and downs, but what I'm hoping to show with this episode, is that our results will happen predictably, by taking certain actions, day in and day out, with our desired outcomes in our mind, that eventually become on autosuggestion, as we move towards our goals, overcoming the obstacles along the way. This will encourage all of us, that no matter what results we see today, in front of our eyes, that we must never give up, as you might just be giving up 3 feet before gold,[iii] (which is a concept from Chapter 1 of Napoleon Hill's Think and Grow Rich book) that says “one of the most common causes of failure is the habit of quitting when one is overtaken by temporary defeat.” (Napoleon Hill, Chapter 1, Think and Grow Rich). Which brings to my mind another image of this guy giving up as he was almost about to hit it big, discovering the diamonds underground, when another guy, (right above him in the image) who is determined to keep moving forward. When you hear “success is nonlinear” what comes to your mind? Stop and think about this for minute, because there is much more to this concept than meets the eye. When I'm looking at the images that come to my mind (the guy on a bike with the obstacles, or the guy digging for diamonds) these images are missing something important—they are missing the huge quantum leap in results that occur for those who don't give up. After digging a bit, (pun intended here) I found an article that explained what I was looking for from Thomas Waschenfelder and I've put his image in the show notes. IMAGE CREDIT: Success is Not Linear by Thomas Waschenfelder Waschenfelder's diagram “Success is Not Linear” shows two places where people often give up, right before their results were about to shoot up, exponentially. How Does This Apply to Us at This Point in the Year? What if we are in Q4 of 2022, and it's not panning out to be our best year ever? We listened to many different podcasts for new ideas, we took notes, and applied what we could, but life looks pretty much the same in October as it did in January. Most of us would be tempted to give up as we can't see the quantum leap (your end result) when you're looking forward. It will only be evident once we hit our goal, and it will be at that point that you'll be able to explain it to others. If you've attained your goals this year, that's awesome! You held your vision to the end, and now you can now share your strategy with others. But what if you haven't? I'm working on something over here, and I haven't achieved it yet, either, despite all the effort. And there were two specific times (just like in Waschenfelder's diagram) where things didn't go my way, where most people would throw in the towel. But when you look at “how success isn't linear” you can expect the obstacles to appear, and keep going, if you believe in the process. Do You Believe in the Process? I can say honestly that I wouldn't be spending the time to sit at my desk, thinking of how else we could all move the needle forward (myself included), and study the most successful people I know, looking for how science can help us to understand our lives a bit better, if I didn't believe in this process myself.  If you look at Thomas Waschenfelder's image that describes how most of us think that the more effort we put in (we listen to podcasts, gather ideas, but them into action) so success should follow. But this isn't exactly how it works. Waschenfelder describes the process reminding us that “the amount of work you put in does not correlate to the success you enjoy at any given moment.” Most people will give up when they don't see the immediate rewards, and this made me think back to the book You2 by Price Pritchett that I covered on EPISODE #109, February 2021[iv] that was a high velocity formula for multiplying our personal effectiveness in quantum leaps. If you look at Waschenfelder's image, you can see two places where most people give up. But look at what happens if they kept going! He says it himself. “With one additional move, they see a giant, disproportionally huge impact.” If this is you, doing the work, and not yet seeing the results, go back and listen to EP 109 on the principles of YOU2 that will guarantee you “an explosive jump in your personal performance that puts you far beyond the next logical step.” (Price Pritchett, Page 5, You2). Then when you think that “success is not linear” you'll have a new image formed in your mind, with all the obstacles along with the way, and the goal, right next to that exponential, quantum leap at the end. And Now What? (you ask). This brings us to this week's Brain Fact Friday and how the Japanese term Kaizen, can help us. DID YOU KNOW that “the Japanese term Kaizen, or the practice of using small steps for continuous improvement “actually originated with the U.S Military?” (Friederike Fabritius, points this out in her book, The Leading Brain: Work Smarter, Better, Happier) that we covered when we interviewed her way back on EPISODE #27[v] one of our early episodes. I'm thrilled to share that she will be joining us again soon with her new book coming out October 11th (next week) called The Brain Friendly Workplace[vi] but until then, I wanted to tie this powerful concept of Kaizen, that's used by the U.S. Military (so we know it must be good) with our brain, so we can all benefit from this concept, for the remainder of 2022, and see if it can help us to make a “Quantum Leap or Explosive Jump in our personal or professional performance, that puts us far beyond the next logical step.” (Pritchett) Friederike, in her book, The Leading Brain says that “procrastination is the principle impediment to initiating any habit change. Large goals can seem intimidating unless broken down into manageable steps. Kaizen, the practice of using small steps, can help you to avoid the threat response (in our brain) that frequently drives procrastination.” When I saw the concept of Kaizen, I thought we could easily apply it to our health and wellbeing, (in addition to our professional lives). Or any place where there's too much for our brain to handle, so we don't do anything at all. This strategy can be used in any field to take our results to the next level. I saw Dr. Mark Eley[vii] point out that the Kaizen cycle could be used in education with PLC, as the steps can help educators “to achieve better results for the students they serve.” (DuFour, DuFour & Eaker, 2002).[viii] Whatever sector you are working in, (education, sports, health and wellness) I hope you can see how the Kaizen approach is one way of finding solutions, and breaking through to new levels of achievement, creating your quantum leap. How Can You Use the Kaizen Strategy in the Workplace? STEP 1: Get Your Team Together STEP 2: Write Out Your List of Problems STEP 3: Brainstorm Solutions, Then Choose Yours. STEP 4: Test the Solution STEP 5: Regularly Measure and Analyze the Results STEP 6: If Successful, Adopt the Solution STEP 7: Repeat the Process Keep in mind Thomas Waschenfelder's image as you are working through the 7 steps to break through to new levels of achievement in your workplace, as there will be times throughout that members of the team will want to give up, if they can't see the end results a quantum leap that's miles ahead of where they are now. How Can You Use the Kaizen Strategy for Improved Health? For our health, it looks a lot like what I'm doing when I'm testing products and sharing them with you here on the podcast. When our podcast took a turn towards health and wellness during the pandemic, we began to focus narrowly on the TOP 5 health staples[ix] (exercise, sleep, healthy diet, optimizing our microbiome, and intermittent fasting). Narrowing in on these health staples makes it easier to pinpoint where our challenges are. While recently reading Dr. Tom O'Bryan's book, You Can Fix Your Brain: Just 1 Hour a Week to the Best Memory, Productivity, and Sleep You've Ever Had[x] he mentioned how intimidating it can be to improve our health, with all the different theories, diets, and advice, that often contradicts each other and it's not uncommon to “find ourselves immobilized with minimal results, or not getting better at all.” (O'Bryan, You Can Fix Your Brain). Dr. O'Bryan talks about dedicating just one hour a week to make significant changes with our health, and I wondered how he could guarantee change in this way. In the first few pages of the book he offered a tip that I'll never forget, that will change my brain health forever.  He offers this brain health tip in the first few pages of his book called “A Note from the Author: Progress, Not Perfection” that reminds us that significant gains can occur when we do things the “Kaizen” way. This is just one brain health tip he shares, but I'll never forget it. He says-- This one simple maneuver every time you pump gas, over a lifetime, dramatically reduces the amount of benzene we are exposed to. The Kaizen way. Small actions add up over our lifetime. So to conclude this episode and review this week's Brain Fact Friday, DID YOU KNOW that “the Japanese term Kaizen, or the practice of using small steps for continuous improvement “actually originated with the U.S Military?” and that “the secret for kaizen is that it operates below the radar of your brain's threat response and that the actions you are taking are so small, so incremental, and seemingly inconsequential that psychologist Robert Maurer, (says they really) Can Change Your Life: The Kaizen Way” (Friederike Fabritius). Whether we are using the Kaizen way for our professional or personal lives, we can take small steps towards progress, every day, that one day, will yield our Quantum Leap that puts us far beyond the next logical step. When you hit your Quantum Leap, I'd love to hear about it. Until then, I'm still working on mine! I'll see you next week.  RESOURCES: Think and Grow Rich Book Study with Andrea Samadi Neuroscience Meets Social and Emotional Learning Podcast EPISODE 190 PART 1 “Making 2022 Your Best Year Ever”  https://andreasamadi.podbean.com/e/think-and-grow-rich-book-review-part-1-how-to-make-2022-your-best-year-ever/ Neuroscience Meets Social and Emotional Learning Podcast EPISODE #191 PART 2 on “Thinking Differently and Choosing Faith Over Fear”  https://andreasamadi.podbean.com/e/think-and-grow-rich-book-review-part-2-how-to-make-2022-your-best-year-ever-by-thinking-differently-and-choosing-faith-over-fear/ Neuroscience Meets Social and Emotional Learning Podcast EPISODE #193 PART 3 on “Putting Our Goals on Autopilot with Autosuggestion and Our Imagination”   https://andreasamadi.podbean.com/e/think-and-grow-rich-book-review-part-3-using-autosuggestion-and-your-imagination-to-put-your-goals-on-autopilot/ Neuroscience Meets Social and Emotional Learning Podcast EPISODE #195 PART 4 on “Perfecting the Skills of Organized Planning, Decision-Making, and Persistence” https://andreasamadi.podbean.com/e/think-and-grow-rich-book-review-part-4-on-perfecting-the-skills-of-organized-planning-decision-making-and-persistence/ Neuroscience Meets Social and Emotional Learning Podcast EPISODE #195 PART 5 on “The Power of the Mastermind, Taking the Mystery Out of Sex Transmutation, and Linking ALL Parts of Our Mind” https://andreasamadi.podbean.com/e/think-and-grow-rich-book-review-part-5-on-the-power-of-the-mastermind-taking-the-mystery-out-of-sex-transmutation-and-linking-all-parts-of-our-mind/ Neuroscience Meets Social and Emotional Learning Podcast EPISODE #196 PART 6 “The Neuroscience Behind the 15 Success Principles of Napoleon Hill's Classic Book, Think and Grow Rich” https://andreasamadi.podbean.com/e/the-neuroscience-behind-the-15-success-principles-of-napoleon-hill-s-classic-boo-think-and-grow-rich/ REFERENCES: [i] Neuroscience Meets Social and Emotional Learning Podcast EPISODE #196 “The Neuroscience Behind the 15 Success Principles of Napoleon Hill's Classic Book, Think and Grow Rich” https://andreasamadi.podbean.com/e/the-neuroscience-behind-the-15-success-principles-of-napoleon-hill-s-classic-boo-think-and-grow-rich/ [ii] Success is Nonlinear: Why Most People Give Up Before the Rewards Published June 5, 2020 by Thomas Waschenfelder https://www.wealest.com/articles/success-is-nonlinear?format=amp [iii] Napoleon Hill's 3 Feet from Gold https://www.selfhelpdaily.com/napoleon-hills-three-feet-from-gold/ [iv] Neuroscience Meets Social and Emotional Learning Podcast EPISODE #109 on “Achieving Quantum Level Results Using Pritchett's You2 Principles” https://andreasamadi.podbean.com/e/achieving-quantum-leap-results-using-price-pritchetts-you-squared-principles/ [v]Neuroscience Meets Social and Emotional Learning Podcast EPISODE #27 with Pioneer in the Field of Neuroleadership, Friederike Fabritius on “The Recipe for Achieving Peak Performance”  https://andreasamadi.podbean.com/e/pioneer-in-the-field-of-neuroleadership-friederike-fabritius-on-the-recipe-for-achieving-peak-performance/ [vi] The Brain Friendly Workplace by Friederike Fabritius published Oct. 11, 2022 https://www.amazon.com/Brain-Friendly-Workplace-Talented-People-Quit-ebook/dp/B0B627QGWB/ref=tmm_kin_swatch_0?_encoding=UTF8&qid=&sr= [vii] Dr. Mark Eley https://twitter.com/1atatym [viii] What is a PLC by Martin Yan Sept. 25, 2020 https://www.illuminateed.com/blog/2020/09/what-is-a-plc/#:~:text=The%20term%20%E2%80%9CPLC%E2%80%9D%20stands%20for,DuFour%20%26%20Eaker%2C%202002). [ix]Neuroscience Meets Social and Emotional Learning Podcast EPISODE#87 Top 5 Brain Health and Alzheimer's Prevention Strategies  https://andreasamadi.podbean.com/e/bonus-episode-a-deep-dive-into-the-top-5-health-staples-and-review-of-seasons-1-4/ [x]Dr. Tom O'Bryan You Can Fix Your Brain: Just 1 Hour a Week to the Best Memory, Productivity, and Sleep You've Ever Had https://www.amazon.com/You-Can-Fix-Your-Brain-audiobook/dp/B07GTBMFMH  

The Pelvic Floor Project
57. Beyond in person care: The value of going virtual with Dr. Sinéad Dufour

The Pelvic Floor Project

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 52:26


This episode is a follow up to episode 18 with Dr. Sinéad Dufour- The research behind vaginal devices, chairs, laser and online apps to treat incontinence In this episode, I welcome back Dr. Sinéad Dufour to discuss: The emerging use of telehealthResearch to supports it's effectivenessThe soon to be released SOGC guideline on telehealthReasons for resistance from practitioners and clientsUsing telehealth for prolapse, incontinence, perinatal, paediatrics etcWays to start incorporating more telehealth in your practiceDr. Sinéad Dufour is an Associate Clinical Professor in the Faculty of Health Science at McMaster University.  She teaches and conducts research in both the Schools of Medicine and Rehabilitation Science.  She completed her MScPT at McMaster University (2003), her PhD in Health and Rehabilitation Science at Western (2011), and returned to McMaster to complete a post-doctoral fellowship (2013). Her current research interests include: conservative approaches to manage pelvic floor dysfunction, pregnancy-related pelvic-girdle pain, and interprofessional collaborative practice models of service provision to enhance pelvic health.  Additionally, Sinéad has undergone training in Functional Medicine through the Institute of Functional Medicine and is currently completing a full certificate program with Dr. Aviva Romm.   Sinéad stays current clinically through her work as the Director of Pelvic Health Services at The World of my Baby (the WOMB) a family of perinatal care centers in Ontario, Canada.  In addition to managing her own very busy caseload, she mentors novice pelvic health physiotherapists and is a clinical preceptor for family medicine residents and midwifery students from McMaster University.  Sinéad in an invited member on several committees for various organizations including the Society of Obstetricians and Gynecologists of Canada and the International Continence Society. She is also serving as the Guest Editor for the upcoming special issue: Optimizing the Fourth Trimester, for the Women's Health Physical Therapy Journal. Her passion for optimizing perinatal care and associated upstream health promotion for women and children stemmed from her own experience becoming a mother of twins.  She is an advocate for women's pelvic health and a regular invited speaker at conferences around the world. InstagramWebsite Links mentioned:Episode 18- The research behind vaginal devices, chairs, laser and online apps to treat incontinence The Effect of Core Exercise Using Online Videoconferencing Platform and Offline-Based Intervention in Postpartum Woman with Diastasis Recti Abdominis Evidence for the Appropriate Use of Telemedicine in Female Pelvic Medicine and Reconstructive SurgeryThanks for joining me!Here is where you can find more:my online course to walk you through pregnancy, birth prep and postpartum recovery: https://mommyberries.comWant more details on the small groups?Small GroupsFollow me on:InstagramFacebookYouTubeSupport the show

Against the Grain
National Journal Radio Episode 7: Polling 101

Against the Grain

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 34:31


How has the landscape of polling changed since the 2016 presidential election? Editor-in-Chief Jeff Dufour talks to Leading Indicators columnist and PRRI Research Director Natalie Jackson on the state of polling in 2022 and what to expect for the midterms.

Locked On Islanders - Daily Podcast On The New York Islanders
Lou Lamoriello Says NY Islanders Prospects Aatu Raty and William Dufour Need Time

Locked On Islanders - Daily Podcast On The New York Islanders

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 31:00 Very Popular


New York Islanders GM Lou Lamoriello said that the team's top two prospects, Aatu Raty and William Dufour, need more time before they're ready to play in the NHL. We explain the reasons behind the quote and how it affects those two young prospects this year and beyond. And Mathew Barzal discussed how the change in coaches this offseason from Barry Trotz to Lane Lambert will affect his game this season. Will Barzy have more freedom to move with the puck? All this and much more on today's Locked On Islanders Podcast with Gil Martin. Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! BetOnline BetOnline.net has you covered this season with more props, odds and lines than ever before. BetOnline – Where The Game Starts! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Forum - La 1ere
"The Crown", la série qui a popularisé Elizabeth II: interview de Nicolas Dufour

Forum - La 1ere

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 10, 2022 5:58


Interview de Nicolas Dufour, journaliste au quotidien Le Temps et spécialiste des séries TV.

Métamorphose, le podcast qui éveille la conscience
#317 Claire Dufour : Se libérer du connu avec Krishnamurti

Métamorphose, le podcast qui éveille la conscience

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 15, 2022 68:41


Anne Ghesquière reçoit dans Métamorphose Claire Dufour traductrice des écrits de Krishnamurti. Krishnamurti était un homme hors du commun, il avait même été pressenti dans son enfance pour être le nouveau messie. Pupul Jayakar, son amie, retrace dans ce livre "Krishnamurti, une vie" paru d'abord en 1986, la vie de celui qui est appelé K. Découvrons les enseignements de Jiddu Krishnamurti (1895-1986) ce penseur universel, à travers ses expériences mystiques et la qualité de ses observations. En 2022, Claire Dufour, participe à la réédition revue et augmentée de cet ouvrage. Partons à la découverte de la Vérité, ce pays se chemin pour Se libérer du connu. Épisode #317 Avec Claire Dufour, j'aborderai les thèmes suivants (extrait des questions) :Parlez-nous de la vie de Krishnamurti très jeune pris en charge par la Société théosophique qui voyait en lui "l'instructeur du monde »Il est difficile de « Voir » sans juger, apprécier, comparer. Notre esprit semble perpétuellement contraint à se référer à ce qu'il connaît, à ce qu'il a déjà vécu. Comment « voir » avec un regard neuf la vie qui se déploie devant nos yeux ?Il rejetait tout forme d'autorité pour se libérer du connu ?Qu'est-ce que la pensée selon Krishnamurti? Comment nous conditionne-t-elle et comment s'en libérer ?La peur conditionne énormément nos agissements, notre manière de vivre. Une fois qu'on la regarde en face, que peut-on en faire ?Quel lien y avait-il entre Jiddu Krishnamurti et David Bohm ?Qui est mon invitée de la semaine, Claire Dufour?Claire Dufour est traductrice des écrits de Krishnamurti dans le livre de Pupul Jayakar " Krishnamurti, une vie " dont l'édition augmentée et révisée est paru en mars 2022 aux éditions Presse du Châtelet. Quelques citations du podcast avec Claire Dufour:"Krishnamurti disait La vérité est un pays sans chemin donc ne suivez personne.""La pensée est une mémoire, c'est cette mémoire qui pense, donc si il y a une vérité elle ne peut pas venir de là.""Krishnamurti cherche une transformation de l'homme, pas une compréhension intellectuelle."Citations de Krishnamurti : “L'art de voir est la seule vérité.”“La vie quotidienne, si elle est sans compréhension, vous poussera à passer à côté de l'amour, de la beauté, de la mort.”Rejoignez-nous sur notre nouveau site Internet et abonnez-vous à notre Newsletter www.metamorphosepodcast.comSoutenez notre podcast en rejoignant dès maintenant la Tribu Métamorphose : http://www.patreon.com/metamorphoseRetrouvez Métamorphose, le podcast qui éveille la conscience sur Apple Podcast / Spotify / Google Podcasts / Deezer / YouTube / SoundCloud / CastBox/ TuneIn.Suivez l'actualité des épisodes Métamorphose Podcast sur Instagram, découvrez l'invité de la semaine et des surprises ;-) Instagram FacebookPhoto DR Notre politique de confidentialité GDPR a été mise à jour le 8 août 2022. Visitez acast.com/privacy pour plus d'informations.

Eyes on Isles Podcast on the NY Islanders
Kadri to the Islanders? Dufour makes Team Canada & more!

Eyes on Isles Podcast on the NY Islanders

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 35:36 Very Popular


In the first episode of Eyes on Isles featuring James Nichols and Joe Buono, the guys discuss the possible Nazem Kadri acquisition, the corresponding possibilities that could follow, and if the Islanders are a better team without him. PLUS, instant reactions to William Dufour making Team Canada at the IIHF World Championships, and a digested reaction to acquiring Alexander Romanov.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.