This episode has themes of: Fertility, infertility, reproductive health, Covid-19, Vaccine Health, Marketing, Informed consent, medical ethics, Prenatal/Post natal Health, health solutions, Today I have a deep, very real, very informative conversation with Dr. Jim Thorp.Dr. Thorp is an obstetrician-gynecologist and maternal fetal medicine specialist.He is also the chief of maternal and pre-natal health at the Wellness Company, who received his medical degree from Wayne State University School of medicine and has been in the practice for more than 40 years.As many of you know, because I have been quite public about it, Michael and I are currently on our own fertility journey and have faced MANY road blocks. My goal in this conversation was to help me and the thousands of couples who struggle with infertility to understand what's going on AND provide solutions to improve their awareness, immune systems, and overall health in order to support pregnancy in today's world.We cover many controversial topics including the vaccine impacts on fertility, medical ethics, informed consent, reproductive health, and corruption in the medical community.I found this conversation difficult, had to take several deep breaths throughout, AND also extremely validating and informative.Since this conversation, Michael and I have adjusted out plan and are paying attention in new ways. And my hope, is that regardless if you are on a fertility journey or not, our eye opening conversation may open your eyes a little wider as well.With that being said, hard conversations are what this podcast is all about. It is called Elisa Unfiltered for a reason, and if we ONLY hear one side of the story over and over, how will that benefit anyone?LEARN MORE ABOUT YOUR NEW ERA MENTORSHIPwww.elisaunfilteredcoaching.comGET SPIKE SUPPORThttps://www.twc.health/unfilteredCODE: UNFILTERED for 10% OFF
As the owner of Colson Strategies, Lauren Colson runs a small but mighty team. Lauren finds passion in helping business owners make the best, most informed decisions through financial information. Lauren knows you're working hard to grow your business and as a financial expert, she doesn't take that lightly. Lauren, along with her team, take the scary out of your finances so you can focus on what matters most.Her job is to empower entrepreneurs with the tools they need to make the best decisions in their businesses. Lauren is more than a business owner - she is a mother of two, a coffee lover, and a book-reading, beach-loving, mindset enthusiast.
A listener says he's had it with Jesse and his secret anti-Trump mission, which is a perfect time to remind everyone that Jesse waves no one's pom-poms, he's a man of hard truths. MoH Douglas Thomas Jacobson and the underground fortress of Iwo Jima. Feeling surrounded by a paper thin army. There are 2 routes a red state can take: passing laws to promote an anti-communist agenda or bend the knee to college commie scum. Communists don't care about George Floyd, or slavery, or women, they care about destroying the country. Derik Chauvin shanked by “former” FBI informant. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
LISTEN In his From the Heart segment, Dr. Paul shares how thankful he is for the support of his team, and all his followers that have kept him going. He couldn’t do what he’s doing alone, and the support from everyone means the world to him. “I think patients need to empower themselves that you can't trust the health care system, the health care systems not there to promote your health. And I think particularly patients with cancer need to do research to discover that [...]
Tyler Alderson talks with members of the Australian Haydn Ensemble about historical performance in classical music. From instruments to techniques, the ensemble aims to play the music of the 18th century the way that composers like Haydn and Mozart would have heard it. 39m
The Los Angeles Angels hired Barry Enright as their pitching coach for 2024, and under manager Ron Washington, he appears to be another competent hire who can help take these Angels a step further in 2024. Enright recently had a Q&A with Sam Blum of The Athletic, where he spoke about young starters like Reid Detmers and Patrick Sandoval and how he plans on getting the most out of them next year. Barry offers some incredible insight into where he believes the organization went wrong and even admitted to doing so, and he offers what kind of philosophy he'll bring to the table. Today, the Super Halo Bros. dive into the interview and break down what Enright had to say and why it gets us excited to see how the pitching staff can become who they're meant to be in 2024! This incredible article from Sam Blum can be found right here: https://theathletic.com/5097883/2023/11/29/qa-angels-pitching-coach-barry-enright/ GET IN OUR VOICEMAIL! CALL US: (714) 409-6396 Tell us what's on your mind! Give us a follow @LockedOnAngels on Twitter, and for the best Angels memes around, connect with us on Instagram and Twitter @SuperHaloBros! Super Halo Bros. MERCH is available now! super-halo-bros-shop.fourthwall.com Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! FanDuel Score early this NFL season with FanDuel, America's Number One Sportsbook! Right now, NEW customers get ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTY DOLLARS in BONUS BETS with any winning FIVE DOLLAR MONEYLINE BET! That's A HUNDRED AND FIFTY BUCKS – if your team wins! Visit FanDuel.com/LOCKEDON to get started. FANDUEL DISCLAIMER: 21+ in select states. First online real money wager only. Bonus issued as nonwithdrawable free bets that expires in 14 days. Restrictions apply. See terms at sportsbook.fanduel.com. Gambling Problem? Call 1-800-GAMBLER or visit FanDuel.com/RG (CO, IA, MD, MI, NJ, PA, IL, VA, WV), 1-800-NEXT-STEP or text NEXTSTEP to 53342 (AZ), 1-888-789-7777 or visit ccpg.org/chat (CT), 1-800-9-WITH-IT (IN), 1-800-522-4700 (WY, KS) or visit ksgamblinghelp.com (KS), 1-877-770-STOP (LA), 1-877-8-HOPENY or text HOPENY (467369) (NY), TN REDLINE 1-800-889-9789 (TN) Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Informed consent. It's what we as a podcast advocate for--that you, the patient, have the right and the prerogative to make medical decisions for yourselves and your children and therefore have the right to be provided all the information to do so. In this short episode, we interview a mother who was informed and who completed a declination form for her newborn, but her directive was not followed. A nurse administered a vaccination in spite of the verbal directive and the signed form. What happened next? How do we prevent it from happening to others? And how do we get informed to soundly make these decisions? Tune in to find out!
Are you neurodivergent and looking for peace after a lifetime of trauma? Struggling to feel comfortable in your own body? Fed up with feeling constantly anxious and burnt out wherever you go?In this episode, we'll uncover why you're stuck in this never-ending burnout cycle. The neurodivergent nervous system is wired differently from neurotypical people, and that has a huge impact on the healing process.To find healing, you need to create safe environments and improve the connection in your nervous system. But how can you do that? Don't worry, I'll explain it all in this episode of the Practical Growth Podcast.Support the showLove the podcast? Leave a 5* review on Apple Podcasts. Ready to commit to the next level of transformation? Join my email list to get my best advice. Want to get coached by me? Apply now: www.therealebjohnson.com.
Paul Greive founded Pasturebird after searching for high-quality pasture-raised chicken to feed his family. Unable to find this chicken in stores, Paul and his family took matters into their own hands, setting out to produce nutrient-dense pasture-raised chicken. In the spring of 2012, Paul's brother ordered 50 chicks, marking the inception of their business. Pasturebird is now the largest pasture poultry producer in the world, with a mission to make nutrient-dense chicken more affordable and accessible to all. Pasturebird is revolutionizing the chicken industry by integrating solar-powered, self-driving chicken coops. This innovation provides their birds access to the outdoors, fresh grass, insects, and sunlight and contributes to soil regeneration for future generations. In an unconventional move, the company partnered with “Big Ag” giant Perdue. This strategic partnership granted Pasturebird access to hatcheries, feed mills, and slaughterhouses, sparing them from the significant debt they would have otherwise incurred to build these resources. In this episode, Paul and John discuss: Improving the way “Big Ag” operates Scaling up operations to reduce costs Focusing on one thing and outsourcing the rest Pasturebird's collaboration with Perdue The innovation behind self-driving chicken houses The importance of effective marketing and messaging Incentivizing regenerative ag through fractional land ownership Additional Resources To learn more about Pasturebird and to place an order, please visit: https://www.pasturebird.com/ Connect with Paul on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/paulgreive/ About John Kempf John Kempf is the founder of Advancing Eco Agriculture (AEA). A top expert in biological and regenerative farming, John founded AEA in 2006 to help fellow farmers by providing the education, tools, and strategies that will have a global effect on the food supply and those who grow it. Through intense study and the knowledge gleaned from many industry leaders, John is building a comprehensive systems-based approach to plant nutrition – a system solidly based on the sciences of plant physiology, mineral nutrition, and soil microbiology. Support For This Show & Helping You Grow Since 2006, AEA has been on a mission to help growers become more resilient, efficient, and profitable with regenerative agriculture. AEA works directly with growers to apply its unique line of liquid mineral crop nutrition products and biological inoculants. Informed by cutting-edge plant and soil data-gathering techniques, AEA's science-based programs empower farm operations to meet the crop quality markers that matter the most. AEA has created real and lasting change on millions of acres with its products and data-driven services by working hand-in-hand with growers to produce healthier soil, stronger crops, and higher profits. Beyond working on the ground with growers, AEA leads in regenerative agriculture media and education, producing and distributing the popular and highly-regarded Regenerative Agriculture Podcast, inspiring webinars, and other educational content that serve as go-to resources for growers worldwide. Learn more about AEA's regenerative programs and products: https://www.advancingecoag.com/ ~ VIDEO: To learn more from John Kempf about regenerative agriculture, watch this conversation between John and three AEA grower partners about how regenerative agriculture is changing lives and conventional farming: https://youtu.be/n9U6GwbYPDk
In today's healthcare system, it is crucial for patients to view their medical and healthcare providers as partners rather than dictators. This shift in perspective allows for a more collaborative and personalized approach to healthcare, ultimately leading to better outcomes for patients. As women, we deserve the best care during our transformative season of life, the season of menopause. That's why I dedicated this episode to discussing the qualities you should look for in a provider who truly understands your unique needs and challenges. From their willingness to say "I don't know" to their commitment to research and coordination, I explore the essential traits that make a healthcare provider exceptional. Change is inevitable, especially in the world of medicine. In this episode, I also highlight how healthcare is constantly evolving and adapting to meet the needs of a changing society. It's crucial to stay informed and embrace these changes to ensure you receive the best care possible. Key Takeaways: [00:01:37] Different experiences of healthcare. [00:05:40] Authoritarian and dictatorial medical experiences. [00:07:01] Medicine as a customer service industry. [00:10:05] Informed consent and pressure. [00:12:49] Non-surgical alternative treatment. [00:15:58] Understanding medical jargon. [00:19:02] Functional medicine and systems biology. [00:23:15] Internal medicine as quarterback. [00:24:26] Choose a knowledgeable healthcare provider. [00:25:43] Electronic medical records frustrations. [00:26:24] Strong partnership with healthcare provider. [00:27:37] Medicine is in for an overhaul. Memorable Quotes "Because this is a customer service industry and you should be in partnership, right? So, a really good care provider is going to sit down and say, what goals are you looking to achieve? What things are important to you? And then share what they've find based on labs tests and all this other stuff and then start marrying their responsibility because we got to face it, your medical provider actually takes legal responsibility for your health care." – Betty Murray "Your provider should be able to have the strength and resolve in their own capacity and reality to say, I don't know. And either it's not something I'm great at, but maybe I can find somebody who is, or I can be a partner with you in that process." – Betty Murray Connect with Betty Murray: Living Well Dallas Website Hormone Reset Website Betty Murray Website Facebook Instagram
Informed consent. It's what we as a podcast advocate for--that you, the patient, have the right and the prerogative to make medical decisions for yourselves and your children and therefore have the right to be provided all the information to do so. In this short episode, we interview a mother who was informed and who completed a declination form for her newborn, but her directive was not followed. A nurse administered a vaccination in spite of the verbal directive and the signed form. What happened next? How do we prevent it from happening to others? And how do we get informed to soundly make these decisions? Tune in to find out!
If you are pregnant and due around the holidays, this episode is for you. When it comes to navigating the end of pregnancy, there are several mixed feelings and emotions and likely some degree of discomfort and eagerness to meet your baby and for the pregnancy to be over. Every path is unique for each birthing person. What works for one person may not work for you and what works for you may not work for someone else. The goal is for you to feel as confident and prepared for this time of pregnancy and that you've had conversations withs with your provider leading up to your birth to fully understand how they support letting labor begin on its own and this includes going beyond your due date and learning about medical and non-medical reasons a provider may recommend an induction. In this episode, we will discuss:What is the “estimated due date” and how to know what is normal, safe, and healthy for the length of pregnancy. Rates of inductions and birth surrounding major holidaysAvoiding the unnecessary inductionInformed and shared decision makingWhy it's important to let labor begin on its ownNavigating the final weeks of pregnancyEpisodes mentioned in this podcast:Ep 26: Due Dates and HolidaysEp 40: Lamaze 6 Healthy Birth PracticesEp 54: Navigating Final Weeks of PregnancyEp 65: Gentle InductionEp 71: All About Prenatal Massage Therapy with Tara ThompsonEp 77: Informed and Shared Decision MakingSupport the showWant to show your support? Want to help us continue doing this important and impactful work: Support the Show (we greatly appreciate it!)Don't miss new episodes: Join the Aligned Birth CommunityInstagram: Aligned Birth Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Find us online:Sunrise Chiropractic and Wellness North Atlanta Birth Services Editing: Godfrey SoundMusic: "Freedom” by RoaDisclaimer: The information shared, obtained, and discussed in this podcast is not intended as medical advice and should not be relied upon as a substitute for professional consultation with a qualified healthcare provider familiar with your individual medical needs. By listening to this podcast you agree not to use this podcast as medical advice to treat any medical condition in either yourself or others. Consult your own physician for any medical issues that you may be having. This disclaimer includes all guests or contributors to the podcast.
“It didn't hurt before YOU drilled it!” - sound familiar? Of course it does! It's such a real world WEEKLY dilemma for Dentists all over the world. That heavily decayed and/or cracked molar was destined to start hurting the moment you touched it. How should you handle these scenarios? How can you prevent them in the first place? What if you're patient is upset? https://youtu.be/bf24wpgiv3Q Watch PDP167 on Youtube To tackle this scenario I'm joined by Dr. John Swarbrigg and Dr. Neel Jaiswal – two of the nicest guys in dentistry! How do we dodge the pitfalls before they even appear? The secret sauce lies in a personal and detailed consent process. Informed consent allows you to set expectations, which saves time, money, and ensures smiles all round. And hey, we also talk about mitigating situations when things go a bit wonky – because let's face it, we're all human! If you're in need of a new indemnity quote, use the link www.protrusive.co.uk/insurance to get £100 off with PDI (and see how much you save by moving away from traditional and out-dated indemnity agreements). Need to Read it? Check out the Full Episode Transcript below! Highlights of the episode:00:00 Intro01:32 The Protrusive Dental Pearl02:45 Dr. Jonathan Swarbrigg05:50 Dr. Neel Jaiswal07:17 Scenario: Painful Pulpitis after Treatment08:31 ‘The 4 Rs'13:13 Save on Dental Indemnity14:23 Getting to know your patient16:36 Consent process21:15 Issues and complaints25:59 Who foots the bill?31:38 Final remarks38:16 Outro If you liked this episode, you will also like GF019 - Indemnity vs Insurance Did you know? You can get CPD from the Web App or Phone App and watch premium clinical videos, for less than a tax deductible Nando's per month? Click below for full episode transcript: Jaz's Introduction: Picture this scenario, you have an asymptomatic molar with a large, behemoth amalgam restoration. You think it looks a little bit worse for wear, so you plan an indirect restoration, let's say an onlay. Jaz's Introduction:And everything goes smoothly, you did it under rubber dam, and it looks beautiful, and he followed all the adhesive principles, but unfortunately this asymptomatic tooth became very symptomatic and now you're looking at a pulpitis and the patient needs a root canal. Now sometimes the patient is upset. Does this sound familiar? Well if this doesn't sound familiar then you probably haven't done enough dentistry because this is something that we face. It's a real world problem. It's no one's fault that this happened. It's just biology. But attached to this scenario are emotions and feelings of the patient which can sometimes be quite bitter. So today we tackle the clinical part of the scenario in terms of what do we do, how do we prevent this from happening, what kind of communication should be happening with the patient to preempt this kind of scenario, and medically, legally, how can we protect ourselves. I'm joined by a fantastic dentist called Dr. John Swarbrigg. And Dr. Neel Jaiswal, together they are two of the nicest guys in Dentistry. And yes, my voice does sound a little bit different. I'm sick again! Like, literally I was sick three weeks ago. I don't know why, it's like a chest infection this time. It's all these bugs that the kids bring from the school. But I'm powering through. I'm powered by coffee. I'm also powered by your love on social media and also on YouTube. It's been amazing to have all these new listeners join. And all the veterans who've been listening to the podcast for so many years. To be part of the community on Telegram or the Facebook group or the app itself. Thank you so much to all of you for supporting Protrusive Dental Podcast. Protrusive Dental PearlAs you know, every PDP episode, I give you a Protrusive Dental Pearl, and today is a bit of a funny one. It's an app I want to recommend, and I don't know if it's an international app or not. I know it's in the UK,
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During the hurricane season in the Atlantic, a period that runs from June 1 to November 30 each year, the tropical cyclones that head towards the US and Caribbean coasts test the management and strength of all constructions and infrastructures. Meteorologist Albert Martinez explains how to predict the path of a hurricane and the deadlines citizens have to prepare for potential hazards. Edgar Acosta, Design Build Estimating Manager at Webber, and Daniel Morrow, Construction Manager at Webber, tell us how Hurricane Harvey impacted the Houston area in 2017 and how neighbors organized to help rebuild the damaged homes. We also hear from Paul Staton, Business Director at Webber, and Ryan McCalla, Vice President of Civil Works Operations at Webber, as they explain how engineering helps manage these emergencies, taking us through the Port Miami underwater tunnel and two large bridges near Houston, specially designed to facilitate evacuations and ensure the safety of the population. Sounds of Infrastructure is a collaboration between Ferrovial and Yes We Cast. Our team includes Francisco Izuzquiza, Alberto Espinosa, Sergio F. Núñez, Luciano Branca, Kevin Garcia King, José García Guaita, Arantxa Gulias, Claudia Castañón Piqueras, Amanda Loro, Bethany Ashcroft and Fatima Gracia De Vargas.In addition to the podcast, we have a great blog with so many more stories about infrastructure projects. https://blog.ferrovial.com/en/.If you enjoyed this episode, check out the other episodes on the official Ferrovial Podcast page. We also have a Spanish Podcast channel. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Psychiatrist Mark McDonald coined the term "mass delusional psychosis" to describe the fear-driven response that swept the nation during the pandemic. In this episode, I interviewed him about the events of 2020 and their impact on our society. We discuss how fear became a fuel, driving irrational and self-destructive behaviors that were not in our best interests.Dr. McDonald highlights the shift in our society towards a culture that values safety over courage, risk-taking, and personal freedom. He points out the detrimental effects of this safety culture, such as the decline in IQ points among infants born during the lockdowns and the decrease in face-to-face interactions among young people. He also raises concerns about the erosion of masculinity and the impact it has on relationships and society as a whole.The conversation delves into the importance of teaching virtue and morality, as well as the need to reaffirm the qualities of healthy masculinity. Dr. McDonald emphasizes the role of individuals in shaping the future and the need to save the younger generation from the damaging ideologies and behaviors that have taken hold. He warns that if we don't address these issues, we risk the extinction of our civilization.The episode touches on the impact of the lockdowns on brain chemistry, particularly in terms of oxytocin, serotonin, and dopamine. Dr. McDonald discusses the observed changes in behavior, such as acute onset OCD-like symptoms and the reliance on non-face-to-face interactions for dating. He expresses concern about the increasing demand for drugs to alleviate depression, anxiety, and fear, and the long-lasting consequences of these changes in brain chemistry.Dr. Mark McDonald graduated from UC Berkeley and the Medical College of Wisconsin. Trained in adult as well as child and adolescent psychiatry at UCLA, he now works primarily with children in his west Los Angeles private practice. He is co-host of the podcast Informed Dissent and the author of United States of Fear and Freedom From Fear. His opinions have been widely published in local and national news, and he has been interviewed on a variety of platforms. Links to his writings on Facebook, X, and Substack can be found at www.dissidentmd.com.Books mentioned in this episode can be found via these Amazon affiliate links or in my bookshop United States of Fear: How America Fell Victim to a Mass Delusional Psychosis by Dr. Mark McDonald Freedom from Fear: A 12-Step Guide to Personal and National Recovery by Dr. Mark McDonald The Righteous Mind by Jonathan Haidt Boys Adrift by Dr. Leonard Sax (see also: my recent interview with Dr. Sax) The Way of Men by Jack Donovan 00:00 Start02:30 United States of fear06:09 Fuel of mass delusional psychosis09:54 Moral rigidity and disgust11:37 Incalculable societal damage15:24 Safetyism and its consequences19:07 Informed consent and individual freedom23:27 Impact of lockdown on brain chemistry27:13 Less sex among young adults31:09 The redefinition of masculinity36:52 Concerns about future generations39:51 Sexualizing children48:20 Lords and peasants in society51:55 Sacrifices in education and society56:13 Luxury beliefs in safe societies01:00:05 The capacity for violence01:04:05 Therapist indoctrination and patient harm01:08:55 Detoxing from media01:12:27 Fear addiction and urgency01:16:59 Social media and success To support this show, please leave a rating & review on Apple, Spotify, or wherever you get your podcasts. Subscribe, like, comment & share via my YouTube channel. Or recommend this to a friend!Learn more about Do No Harm.Take $200 off your EightSleep Pod Pro Cover with code SOMETHERAPIST at EightSleep.com.Take 20% off all superfood beverages with code SOMETHERAPIST at Organifi.Check out my shop for book recommendations + wellness products.Show notes & transcript provided with the help of SwellAI.Special thanks to Joey Pecoraro for our theme song, “Half Awake,” used with gratitude and permission.Watch NO WAY BACK: The Reality of Gender-Affirming Care (our medical ethics documentary, formerly known as Affirmation Generation). Stream the film or purchase a DVD. Use code SOMETHERAPIST to take 20% off your order. Follow us on X @2022affirmation or Instagram at @affirmationgeneration.Have a question for me? Looking to go deeper and discuss these ideas with other listeners? Join my Locals community! Members get to ask questions I will respond to in exclusive, members-only livestreams, post questions for upcoming guests to answer, plus other perks TBD. ★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★
On this podcast, Chris Kuenze, PhD, ATC interviews https://tinyurl.com/333vx79k Dr. Kate Jochimsen is a researcher at the Center for Health Outcomes and Interdisciplinary Research (CHOIR) at Massachusetts General Hospital and a Member of the Faculty at Harvard Medical School. Dr. Jochimsen completed her MS in athletic training at Florida International University, her PhD in rehabilitation sciences at the University of Kentucky, and postdoctoral training in biomechanics at The Ohio State University. The goal of her research is to advance psychologically informed practice by developing and implementing effective mind-body and movement-based interventions to optimize clinical outcomes and improve well-being for patients with chronic musculoskeletal pain. Shelby Baez, Ph.D., ATC, is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Exercise and Sport Science. Dr. Baez is a certified and licensed athletic trainer with an expertise in psychology of sport injury and an approved non-certified mentor for aspiring CMPCs through the Association for Applied Sport Psychology (AASP). Dr. Baez's research examines the impact of psychosocial factors on health outcomes after sport-related injury, with a focus on patients after anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction. Her lab examines the impact of psychosocial factors on biological outcomes, such as neurocognitive function, biomechanical alterations, and secondary injury risk. Her lab also seeks to identify clinically feasible and novel psychosocial interventions to improve health outcomes. Dr. Baez has been funded by the National Institutes of Health and other regional and national foundations to support her work. She is a member of AASP, the National Athletic Trainers' Association and the American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM), was the recipient of the AASP Doctoral Dissertation Award in 2020, and the recipient of the ACSM New Investigator Award in 2023.
LISTEN In his From the Heart segment, Dr. Paul talks about living in the present. It is easy to get consumed with the dangers that exist in our world or to get stuck rehashing the past or planning for the future. Although there are a myriad of ways we can distract ourselves, choosing to be present with ourselves and for others can be a glorious experience, bringing the connection we are ultimately seeking. Yeah, I know that the Oregon medical board is telling doctors to rec [...]
How Much Autonomy Do Therapy Clients Deserve? Balancing client autonomy with therapist skill Curt and Katie chat about client autonomy. We look at what patient autonomy is and what therapists need to understand about this very complex topic. We explore how therapists can overstep or abdicate their role in supporting their clients in making decisions. We also look at what true informed consent is and the dimensions of client autonomy. This is an ethics continuing education podcourse. Transcripts for this episode will be available at mtsgpodcast.com! In this podcast episode we talk about client autonomy Therapists are faced with balancing their professional knowledge with the needs and desires of clients. At the core of this issue is the principle ethic of client autonomy. How much autonomy do therapists need to give clients? What do therapists do when clients don't have the capacity for autonomy in the first place? This workshop explores the considerations that therapists must face when balancing the needs of clients with professional mental health services.hen What is patient or client autonomy in mental health? · Clients making decisions about their treatment based on solid information and an understanding of that information · There is a debate related to whether we defer to clients' decisions no matter what versus standing in the role of professional therapist What do therapists need to understand about client autonomy? · There is a lot of complexity and nuance related to therapist responsibility as professionals versus when therapists can become too paternalistic · There is a not a lot of discussion within the ethics codes related to client autonomy, they are usually in the preamble, so it is more important while also be less discussed · Freedom (or liberty) to make choices versus agency (or capacity) to understand the choices · Therapists need to clarify for clients the options and make sure they can make informed decisions How is informed consent related to client autonomy? · If clients don't know what their therapists are doing, do they have client autonomy? · Evaluation of whether someone has the capacity to make treatment decisions can be impacted by bias, but is the role of the therapist within the mental health treatment · We don't want to equate autonomy with autonomous decision-making Dimensions of client autonomy and the therapist's responsibility · Decisional dimension – being able to plan and make decisions about their mental health treatment · Executive dimension - being able to follow through on the plans made · Therapists need to be able to step forward and provide additional support to clients to bring them back to autonomy or hold a line in treatment that will and will not be offered · Informed dimension - understanding the difference between informed consent and informed assent and being able to give instructions ahead of time if have a mental health crises · Looking at a “Mental Health Advanced Directive” – one example is the Wellness Recovery Action Plan (see the resources section in the show notes). Paternalism and client autonomy · Not all “paternalism” is wrong – when clients are unable to care for self, they may need some paternalism to be able to be safe or get the treatment that they need · Asymmetrical versus libertarian paternalism is discussed · The importance of understanding your own bias and how the way you frame options can be manipulative Receive Continuing Education for this Episode of the Modern Therapist's Survival Guide Continuing Education Information including grievance and refund policies. Stay in Touch with Curt, Katie, and the whole Therapy Reimagined #TherapyMovement: Patreon Buy Me A Coffee Modern Therapist's Survival Guide Creative Credits: Voice Over by DW McCann https://www.facebook.com/McCannDW/ Music by Crystal Grooms Mangano https://groomsymusic.com/
In this episode of TAG Data Talk, Dr. Beverly Wright discusses with Ned Caron: What do we mean by data-informed? How does this differ from data-driven or other philosophies? What are the challenges and benefits for adopting data-informed decision making? What advice would you offer to someone trying to move in the data-informed direction?
The digital euro has entered a two-year preparation phase which will lay the foundations for potentially issuing the digital euro across Europe. According to a new survey conducted by management and technology consultancy BearingPoint in seven countries across Europe, 40% of respondents in Ireland have not heard of the digital euro, a planned digital version of physical euro bank notes and coins. So, whilst knowledge of the digital euro is relatively widespread across Europe, in Ireland, further communication and education is required to ensure acceptance of the digital euro as a supplement to cash. According to official communications of the European Central Bank, the digital euro is not intended to replace cash but to complement it, which is also reflected in the survey results. On average, around 26% of respondents expect the digital euro to be used as a supplement to existing payment methods. Information on the digital euro is most pronounced in Austria, with only 27% of respondents having not heard of it. High awareness in Austria could be due to the intensive political discussion on the digital euro there. On the other hand, 43% of respondents in France had not heard of the digital euro. In the countries with the highest cash use, Austria and Germany, the expectation is that the digital euro will be used less frequently than cash. In Finland, the country with the lowest cash use, the digital euro is expected to be used more frequently than cash. Of the respondents aware of the digital euro, across all age groups, Irish respondents are the most likely to believe that it will replace cash. Expectations of the critical characteristics of the digital euro are consistent across countries, these being: fast, secure, and accepted everywhere, closely followed by availability at all times. Anonymity as a characteristic was by far the least important. Respondents said their preferred use of the digital euro would be for online shopping, with one in two in Ireland saying they would use it there. In all countries surveyed, the digital euro would also be used frequently in daily shopping, such as at the supermarket. The criteria of free to use and accepted everywhere 24/7 (online and offline) would encourage respondents to use the digital euro the most. Trust in data security is seen as a more important criterion for usage than a great user experience. Results of the survey show that the personal bank receives the highest trust for digital euro transaction data. With an average of 4% across all countries, very few respondents would want to entrust their transaction data to technology companies such as Apple, Google, or Amazon. Christian Bruck, Partner and Payments Expert at BearingPoint: "Cash is by far the most popular payment method in Europe. It is so high partly due to the fact that in uncertain times, cash is perceived as particularly familiar and secure. Cash remains highly valued, reflected in the strong majority favouring cash in the next five to ten years. It is interesting to note that, despite the differences in today's use of cash, an average of one in five people would use the digital euro several times a week. This underlines the potential of the digital euro. Gillian O'Sullivan, Partner and Ireland Country Lead at BearingPoint: "Although knowledge of the digital euro is now relatively widespread across Europe, Ireland is lagging with 40% of respondents in Ireland never having heard of it. The findings of our survey highlight that further communication and education is required in Ireland to ensure acceptance of the digital euro as a supplement to cash. In Germany (71%) and Austria (79%), cash use is significantly higher than in other European countries. Respondents from Switzerland (63%), Ireland (61%), the Netherlands (57%), and France (55%) also show a relatively high level of cash use but are well behind Germany and Austria. Finland has a significantly lower cash usage pattern at 43%. The popularity of cash is al...
JONATHAN FIXES HIS MIC. Being informed is great, but there's a point where it hurts you more than it helps you. Optimistic ignorance can be the path forward to getting more done and having more success. The loss of innocence of invention You need to learn 5 Leap Frog skills and the ratio of Leap Frog skills to industry skills. Amplify what you learn using Leap Frog Learning -- Hosts: @itscoachgoodman @fitnessjonestraining @amberreynolds.me -- Join 72,000+ trailblazers, leaders, and coaches who fuel up with our low stress, high-impact 5 REPS FRIDAY newsletter at www.5repsfriday.com. The Obvious Choice podcast is presented by QuickCoach - free, professional software for fitness and nutrition coaches that elevates the value of what you do. Join 35,000+ coaches and get your account today at www.quickcoach.fit.
This episode wraps up our MedEvidence Guide to Informed Health Decisions by unlocking Dosing with the Devil in the Details. Dr. Michael Koren and Kevin Geddings journey together through the complex and often misunderstood world of medicine, revealing how the magic lies not just in the medicine itself, but the dose in which it's taken. Yes, you heard it right, dosage - a critical but often overlooked aspect that can turn a remedy into a poison. Using real-world examples like digitalis, a toxic substance used medicinally at low doses, we demonstrate this delicate balance. Discover how the interaction between different drugs can either amplify their effect or neutralize it – a key factor in medical safety. With Dr. Koren's expertise, we delve into the concept of dose response, highlighting the potential dangers of exceeding the drug's maximum effect. We also unravel the role of personal factors such as race, ethnicity, body size, and diet in drug metabolism, underscoring the necessity of personalized medicine. So, join us as we navigate the intricate details of medical research and illuminate their importance in making informed health decisions.Part 1: Risk Vs Benefits - Release November 1, 2023Part 2. Who You Are - Release November 8, 2023Part 3: Value and Convenience - Release November 15, 2023Part 4: Dose, the Devil is in the Details - Release November 22, 2023Be a part of advancing science by participating in clinical researchShare with a friend. Rate, Review, and Subscribe to the MedEvidence! podcast to be notified when new episodes are released.Follow us on Social Media:FacebookInstagramTwitterLinkedIn Powered by ENCORE Research GroupMusic: Storyblocks - Corporate InspiredThank you for listening!
Get ready for an incredible episode with Grace Pastuck, a Birth & Postpartum Doula. We talk about how to prepare for an empowered, informed, and supported birth. Your birth team is crucial when it comes to achieving the birth experience that you desire!Links Mentioned:My Essential Birth CourseMy Essential Birth Instagram3 Free ExercisesBlack Friday OFFERS!GET IN TOUCH!
In today's episode, Anita welcomes special guest, Samantha Garcia Gagnon, who will be chatting all about the role of a birth doula and postpartum doula. Since having her own kids, Anita uses and shares doula information in combination with physiotherapy expertise in her physical practice and Bump to Birth Method, while encouraging folks to have the support of a doula as part of their birth prep (and recovery) team. Samantha Garcia Gagnon is a birth worker, specialized as a home birth doula and childbirth educator. “I am here to help un-complicate it all for you. With my experience both as a parent myself and as a doula in our community, I bring to your pregnancy and birth the knowledge and understanding to help you experience a deeply connected physiologic birth at home. This journey isn't just about birthing a baby, but also about birthing new parents.” - - - - - - - - - If you liked this episode of To Birth and Beyond, tell your friends! Find us on iTunes and Spotify to rate/review/subscribe to the show. Want more? Visit www.ToBirthAndBeyond.com, join our Facebook group (To Birth and Beyond Podcast), and follow us on Instagram @tobirthandbeyondpodcast! Thanks for listening and joining the conversation! Resources and References Bump to Birth Method - self-study Bellies Community Space Bellies inc. (Use code ANITA to receive 10% off ) Bellies Inc Instagram Samantha's doula and birth educator website: https://www.samanthagagnon.com/ Show Notes 0:58 - Bump to Birth Method, self-study, is open for enrolment! 2:52 - Introduction to our special guest: Samantha Garcia Gagnon! 5:20 - What is the role of a birth doula (and the difference between a midwife and doula)? 9:00 - On the doula's role to bring a partner into the birthing process, not replace the partner in the process. 12:00 - Birth as a hands-on or hands-off process with a doula 14:10 - Benefits of hiring a doula 18:13 - Informed decision-making, advocating for practices, and evidence-based care: how a doula can help 26:36 - Some tips around the informed choice discussion 28:53 - How to choose a doula 34:50 - The role of a postpartum doula, and why to have one! 38:42 - On postpartum healing from a community-centered doula - and why Samantha operates her business in that way 43:59 - How to build the foundation to feel well getting back to movement, postpartum 46:17 - Episode wrap up (and how to find Samantha online)!
LISTEN In his From the Heart segment, Dr. Paul shares how a sweet interaction he had with a baby brought him deep joy and gratitude. He reminds us that we must actively look for these moments that can fill us with happiness. When experiencing anxiety, depression, or despair, it helps us to breathe in joy, pray for the grace of joy in our lives, and embrace these precious moments in a childlike manner. And I think that's the thing, if you have anyone in your life, we have to keep ourselv [...]
Tahnee sits down with the formidable and incredibly inspiring, Kimberly Ann Johnson, for a raw and potent chat about the feminine experience. The women explore the role of archetypal rites of passage; birth, menarche, menopause, death, and the unique, nuanced and powerful technology that female physiology inherently embodies. Informed by her work as a Sexological Bodyworker, Somatic Experiencing practitioner, author, yoga teacher, mother and postpartum advocate, Kimberly speaks with true reverence for the cyclic nature of womanhood, expressing that the faculty of listening, witnessing and holding space for the processes that are forever unfurling themselves within the body, mind and spirit of women is one of the most nurturing acts that women can offer both themselves and others. When we give our deep attention to the beauty, wildness and non linear nature of the feminine experience we agree to a rebellion against the rigid societal structures that feel as though they are designed to keep women confined to an existence that is far too small for the raw force of their intrinsic nature. Kimberly shares her work with people in trauma, defining trauma as the outcome of an incomplete cycle, an event that because it has gone unwitnessed and unacknowledged in its full, lingers as injury in the body and psyche. Here we are introduced to the profound impact of circle work, of sitting in the presence of and holding space for the buoyancy and the dullness that colour the spectrum of human experience. As Kimberly speaks she allows herself to feel and express emotion as it arises, her voice at times choked by the acknowledgement of grief, joy, love and despair, and it is truly freeing to receive. The courage of heart, the embodiment of all she teaches and practices is a breath of fresh air, a humbling gesture of solidarity to the part in all of us that longs to feel safe within the full scope of our somatic experience. I loved this one, I hope you do too. Kimberly & Tahnee discuss: - Kimberly's origin story. - Community and what women really need postpartum. - The power of witnessing and circle work. - Feminine trauma, what it is and how it presents in the body. - Archetypal rites of passage. - Menopause & not giving a f#ck. - Kimberly's work with Stephen Jenkinson and the value of wisdom and eldership in our society. Resource guide Guest Links Kimberly's Website. Kimberly's Instagram. Kimberly's Facebook. Kimberly's YouTube. Kimberly's Linkedin. Mentioned In This Episode Mother Circle Online CourseKimberly's BooksSecond Spring Book - Kate CodringtonJane Hardwicke Collings WebsiteJane Hardwicke Collings Four Seasons JourneyJane Hardwicke Collings Autumn Woman Harvest Queen WorkshopUma Dinsmore-Tuli Yoga Nidra Related Podcasts The Power Of Menopause with Jane Hardwicke Collings (EP#77)Only Living People Die with Stephen Jenkinson (EP#203)Sexual Activation and Feminine Embodiment with Eva Williams (EP#144) Connect With Us SuperFeast InstagramSuperFeast FacebookSuperFeast TikTok SuperFeast Online Education Check Out The Transcript Below: https://www.superfeast.com.au/blogs/articles/trauma-the-feminine-experience-with-kimberly-ann-johnson-ep-210
A not so hilarious look at the lurid world of sport where 3 berks compete for points with their sporting tomfoolery. Informed comments are rewarded & abuse even more so. To get in touch or send questions please email email@example.com!
Our guest this week is Sarah Glofcheskie of Toronto, Canada, who is the single mother of a daughter with Autism, a serial entrepreneur, and founder of BeMe, an Autism innovation company. Sarah and her x-husband, who remains a very involved father, were married for six years and are the proud parents of Flynn (12) who is Autistic.Informed by her experience as the mother of a child with Autism, Sarah founded BeMe.ai a company whose mission is to empower Autistic individuals, their families and care team with the tools they need to thrive. BeMe combines medical, behavioral and environmental factors in an insight generating app designed specifically to support Autistic children.We'll hear the BeMe story and how Sarah has worked tirelessly to improve the lives of autistic people around the world. That's all on this episode of the SFN Dad to Dad Podcast.Show Links:Email – firstname.lastname@example.orgWebsite - https://www.beme.ai/Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/BeMe.aiIncLinkedIn – https://www.linkedin.com/in/sarah-glofcheskie-mba-23300233/Special Fathers Network - SFN is a dad to dad mentoring program for fathers raising children with special needs. Many of the 500+ SFN Mentor Fathers, who are raising kids with special needs, have said: "I wish there was something like this when we first received our child's diagnosis. I felt so isolated. There was no one within my family, at work, at church or within my friend group who understood or could relate to what I was going through."SFN Mentor Fathers share their experiences with younger dads closer to the beginning of their journey raising a child with the same or similar special needs. The SFN Mentor Fathers do NOT offer legal or medical advice, that is what lawyers and doctors do. They simply share their experiences and how they have made the most of challenging situations.Check out the 21CD YouTube Channel with dozens of videos on topics relevant to dads raising children with special needs - https://www.youtube.com/channe... Please support the SFN. Click here to donate: https://21stcenturydads.org/do...Special Fathers Network: https://21stcenturydads.org/SFN Dads Mastermind Group - https://21stcenturydads.org/sfn-mastermind-group/Discover more about the Dads Honor Ride 2023 - https://21stcenturydads.org/2023-dads-honor-ride/Find out about Horizon Therapeutics – Science and Compassion Working Together To Transform Lives. https://www.horizontherapeutics.com/
Join us on the Road Home Podcast as we sit down with Scott Kratz, Vice President of Building Bridges Across the River (BBAR). In this enlightening episode, Scott shares his expertise on community-informed development and its transformative impact on affordable housing.
Ready to continue your navigation through the complex labyrinth of medical decision-making? We have delved into crucial matters such as risk vs. benefits, understanding the role of genetic makeup, background, and socioeconomic status in health decisions, and in this episode, we will discuss the value of convenience when selecting supplements and health products.Dr. Koren not only enlightens us with theoretical knowledge, but also brings it to life with real-life scenarios from his practice. Our discussion takes a dive into the intricate world of zinc supplementation, breaking down its uses, potential interactions, and value. This episode is a treasure trove of insights on how to make informed health choices in a world overflowing with overwhelming health information. So, step in and gain a new perspective on health-related information, while also learning how to separate fact from fiction.Part 1: Risk Vs Benefits - Release November 1, 2023Part 2. Who You Are - Release November 8, 2023Part 3: Value and Convenience - Release November 15, 2023Part 4: Dose, the Devil is in the Details - Release November 22,2023Be a part of advancing science by participating in clinical researchShare with a friend. Rate, Review, and Subscribe to the MedEvidence! podcast to be notified when new episodes are released.Follow us on Social Media:FacebookInstagramTwitterLinkedIn Powered by ENCORE Research GroupMusic: Storyblocks - Corporate InspiredThank you for listening!
This week on Transmissions: Conner Habib. He's the author of the Pen/Faulkner award longlisted horror novel, Hawk Mountain, and the host of the weekly podcast Against Everyone with Conner Habib. Informed by his practice of Anthroposophy and Christian mysticism, AEWCH focuses on the esoteric and ventures into strange and unusual places, touching frequently on Habib's spiritual views while also exploring his views on sex work, his interest in art and literature, punk rock ethos, and his singular conversational style. This last September, Habib devoted a whole month to exploring the mystic possibilities of music with guests like Bonnie Prince Billy and Nina Persson of the Cardigans, and he's featured guests like Ian McKaye, Stephen Malkmus, and Ted Leo, so we pick up where that series left off and dive into the musical, occult, and conversational deep end. Next week on Transmissions? Penelope Sheeris—director of The Decline and Fall of Western Civilization series, Wayne's World, and host of Peter and the Acid King, a podcast dedicated to the mysterious life and death of Peter Ivers.
LISTEN In his From the Heart segment, Dr. Paul expresses gratitude for people standing up for those who have no sense of power or hope. Many are risking careers and relationships to do what is right. We need more of this! Whether it is through peaceful disobedience or showing compassion for people who think and feel differently from us. Whatever we do, let us lead with love and stay strong in what we are doing! I didn't take an oath to perpetuate a broken system. I took an [...]
Dr. Katrina Michelle is a ceremonial psychotherapist specializing in spiritual emergence and psychedelic integration. She is the founder/director of The Curious Spirit, a New York-based psychotherapy practice, former director of harm reduction at MAPS, and former executive director of The American Center for the Integration of Spiritually Transformative Experiences (ACISTE). She lectures for the Integrative Psychiatry Institute and has taught at New York University Department of Applied Psychology, Columbia University Graduate School of Social Work, Fordham University Graduate School of Social Services, and The Institute for the Development of Human Arts.Katrina is currently involved in conducting research exploring challenging psychedelic experiences with The Emergent Phenomenology Research Consortium and is working on producing When Lightning Strikes Film, elucidating the often '"un/sexy" side of spiritual awakening. Informed by her academic research and her own transcendent experiences, Katrina supports people in exploring, embracing, and integrating the multifaceted human experience. Katrina is passionate about supporting emerging healers and helping professionals to bring their gifts into the world in service of creating a culture that catalyzes and supports our highest human potential.Episode Highlights▶ Katrina's journey into psychotherapy and the psychedelic space▶ Katrina's career evolution and current work▶ The impact of psychedelics on Katrain's work▶ Katrain's experience in business before and after Beth's mastermind program▶ Katrina's current projects and future plans▶ A discussion on spiritual emergence▶ Katrina's research and film project about the "unsexy" side of awakening▶ The role of psychedelics and spiritual emergencies in society▶ Katrain's new training program▶ The intersection of ceremony and psychotherapy▶ The challenges and opportunities of being a licensed therapist in the psychedelic space Katrina Michelle's Links & Resources▶ Website: http://www.thecuriousspirit.org, https://psychospiritualsafety.com, https://www.whenlightningstrikesfilm.com▶ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/katrina_thecuriousspirit/▶Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/therealkatrinamichelle/
In this episode of Informed, guest host Dawn Lobban is joined by Simon Stones, an experienced patient advocate and senior medical writer. They discuss the topic of patients at scientific congresses and conferences. Simon shares his journey of being diagnosed with juvenile arthritis and inflammatory bowel disease as a child, which inspired him to learn about his conditions and work to help others by amplifying the patient voice in research. Tune in to gain insights into the why, how, and where of patient involvement in scientific congresses – what it looks like now and what it could be in the future. Guest host Dawn Lobban, Medical and Patient Engagement Consultant is joined by Simon Stones, Senior Medical Writer, Envision Pharma Group for this episode of InformED. If you enjoyed this podcast, please watch the related ISMPP U titled Patients in Focus: Redefining Scientific Conference Dynamics found on our ISMPP U and eLearning site, https://www.pathlms.com/ismpp/courses/60368. ISMPP U's are free to members. Produced by ISMPP (International Society for Medical Publication Professionals), in partnership with Evergreen Podcasts. The views expressed in this recording are those of the individuals and do not necessarily reflect the opinions of ISMPP or the companies or institutions with which they are affiliated. This presentation is for informational purposes only and is not intended as legal or regulatory advice. Special Thanks to the University of Pittsburgh Journal of Healthcare Informatics Research ACL (Association of Computational Linguistics) AMIA (American Medical Informatics Association). Thank you for listening to InformED! Please subscribe to the show on your favorite podcast app and rate our show highly if you enjoyed it. For more information, visit ismpp.org.
“Research in about 30 studies compared student learning in traditional classrooms versus flipped classrooms. About 12 of the studies showed that flipped learning was more effective than traditional learning. About 8 studies showed no difference. About 6 studies showed mixed results. One study showed that it was less effective. More research is needed. But it gives us this optimistic angle of how we could leverage our time, our education, and better help our clients out.” Buckle up and prepare for a journey into the innovative world of digital programming designed specifically for health professionals. This episode centers around the power of research in shaping online programs, specifically along the lines of Flipped Learning. Our host Stephanie Clairmont dissects the unique blend of online coursework and face-to-face learning that leads to flexible and results-oriented learning for patients. Ever wondered how to free up 10+ hours a week? Let's explore the magic of implementing a hybrid model, which allows you to provide education on a larger scale, while still seeing one-to-one patients. No matter where you stand on your digital journey, this episode is a treasure trove of actionable strategies, quick tips, and insights that can transform the way you design and execute online health programs. Key Topics: Intro (00:41) Digging Into The Research (03:33) The Issue with the Traditional Method (05:49) Blended Learning in Healthcare (06:55) Flipped Learning Healthcare with Examples and Research (07:58) Benefits of Flipped Learning (11:43) Wrap-Up and Your Action Steps (13:50) Join us for our FREE 5-day workshop: Find Freedom with Online Health Programs Happening December 11-15 at 12:00pm EST Daily In this free workshop, you'll learn how to develop digital programs, what tech is needed and how to setup an automated sales system for your established practice. You'll make a plan for a fulfilling career that also allows you to work less with private patients, while making more. Go to LeverageYourPractice.com to register! If you enjoyed this episode, you might also enjoy: Ep. 233 Will an Online Program Work for My Practice? Ep. 241 Is Your Practice Ready for an Online Health Program? Ep. 242 Impact or Income – Can HealthCare Professionals have Both?
Rising anti-Semitism, excess mortality and absurd advice from the Pope are just a few things Paul and Tiana discuss in this week's episode. It is also the 1 year anniversary of The Warriors Rising!News Sources:Qatar just recorded the highest ever quarterly excess mortality at 62% Don't forget they are also one of the highest boosted (and fastest) countries in the world!The Hebron MassacreThe First Amendment is done. Douglass Mackey is about to go to prison for mocking Hillary Clinton on the internet. The pope's absurd advice of a ceasefire and coming togetherDisillusioned Jews are seeing the fascist anti-Semitism of the LeftBy Paul DowlingAfter the Murder of a Jewish Man in California, Tlaib Is Censured for Anti-SemitismTo learn more go to www.thewarriorsrising.com
Looking 4 Healing Radio with Dr. Jana Schmidt – Overmedication is increasingly common, with one in four seniors on ten or more drugs, often unnecessarily. I discuss how nutrition and lifestyle changes can replace some medications, like statins, which may harm liver health and deplete COQ10. Understanding your prescriptions and considering deprescribing is essential for better health. Informed consent and patient-provider partnership...
Host: Denise M. Dupras, M.D., Ph.D. Guest: Kullo, Iftikhar J., M.D. While genetic conditions and risk for disease have traditionally been focused on monogenetic causes, it is now recognized that multiple genetic changes are often involved in risk for disease. What conditions are polygenetic and what should we be looking for to help identify these risks for our patients? Find out more in the latest episode of Mayo Clinic Center for Individualized Medicine's Genes & Your Health podcast miniseries featuring Iftikhar J. Kullo. Connect with the Mayo Clinic's School of Continuous Professional Development online at https://ce.mayo.edu/ or on Twitter @MayoMedEd.
Austin Allred is a dairyman located in the Columbia basin of Washington State and operates Royal Family Farms. His parents started farming 50 years ago, and now Austin, as well as his brothers, own their own operations. Together, their four farms have grown over 1 million tons of potatoes, boxes of apples, boxes of cherries, bushels of corn, and bales of hay, beans, peas, asparagus, and more. Austin's dairy produces 1 million gallons of milk per month. Fifteen years ago, the family began their regenerative journey when they decided to become more self-sufficient and reduce their dependency on synthetic fertilizers. Their different farming operations work together to create a self-sustaining loop, a key to their innovation and success. Today, Austin Allred is a strong proponent of regenerative agriculture and loves finding innovative ways to work together with his family to further the success and overall health of their soil, crops, and cattle. In this episode, Austin and John discuss: Reducing the need for fertilizers by bringing in cattle to his operation Using byproducts from neighboring farms for nutrient balance feed Increasing nitrogen independency Liquid manure management and composting systems Reducing water consumption by recycling it on the farm Utilizing marketing to showcase the story of products Developing other income streams on the farm The importance of collaboration between growers Additional Resources To learn more about Royal Dairy, please visit: https://www.royaldairy.com/on-the-farm or watch their documentary: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KfSzdzgDXjE Friend Earthworm by George Oliver: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/0980297613/ref=x_gr_bb_amazon?ie=UTF8&tag=x_gr_bb_amazon-20&linkCode=as2&camp=1789&creative=9325&creativeASIN=0980297613&SubscriptionId=1MGPYB6YW3HWK55XCGG2 About John Kempf John Kempf is the founder of Advancing Eco Agriculture (AEA). A top expert in biological and regenerative farming, John founded AEA in 2006 to help fellow farmers by providing the education, tools, and strategies that will have a global effect on the food supply and those who grow it. Through intense study and the knowledge gleaned from many industry leaders, John is building a comprehensive systems-based approach to plant nutrition – a system solidly based on the sciences of plant physiology, mineral nutrition, and soil microbiology. Support For This Show & Helping You Grow Since 2006, AEA has been on a mission to help growers become more resilient, efficient, and profitable with regenerative agriculture. AEA works directly with growers to apply its unique line of liquid mineral crop nutrition products and biological inoculants. Informed by cutting-edge plant and soil data-gathering techniques, AEA's science-based programs empower farm operations to meet the crop quality markers that matter the most. AEA has created real and lasting change on millions of acres with its products and data-driven services by working hand-in-hand with growers to produce healthier soil, stronger crops, and higher profits. Beyond working on the ground with growers, AEA leads in regenerative agriculture media and education, producing and distributing the popular and highly-regarded Regenerative Agriculture Podcast, inspiring webinars, and other educational content that serve as go-to resources for growers worldwide. Learn more about AEA's regenerative programs and products: https://www.advancingecoag.com/ ~ VIDEO: To learn more from John Kempf about regenerative agriculture, watch this conversation between John and three AEA grower partners about how regenerative agriculture is changing lives and conventional farming: https://youtu.be/n9U6GwbYPDk
LISTEN In his From the Heart segment, Dr. Paul talks about what it means to have the kind of strength that develops from a place of weakness and brokenness. He reminds us to have hope no matter how much we are currently struggling because it is through these experiences where a deeper, more powerful strength will be birthed from within. According to the government's own data, the vaccine that they propose has never been proven safer than the disease it targets. Not once. They've [...]
Explore the profound impacts of digital literacy and political engagement initiatives by CIVIX, and discover resources that can transform classrooms into hubs of critical thought and respectful discourse. We sit down with Dimitri Pavlounis, the Director of Research at CIVIX. Our discussion unravels around two pivotal programs at CIVIX: CTRL-F and PoliTalks, which are meticulously crafted to bolster digital literacy and political awareness among the youth. Our guest explores the resources and tools available for educators aiming to ignite engaging political discussions in classrooms. They share a vision of nurturing students to practice active listening, perspective-taking, and respectful self-expression, laying down a robust foundation for contextual awareness in political discourse. Links: - [CIVIX Official Website](https://civix.ca) - [CTRL-F Program Overview](https://civix.ca/programs/ctrl-f/) - [PoliTalks Program Overview](https://civix.ca/programs/politalks/) - [Center for Research And Evidence on Security Threats](https://www.crestresearch.ac.uk) Dimitri Pavlounis is the Research Director at CIVIX, a Canadian educational charity dedicated to building the skills and habits of active and informed citizenship among youth through experiential learning opportunities. As part of his work, he helped manage the development and evaluation of CTRL-F, a digital literacy program aimed at helping students navigate our polluted information environment. Prior to joining CIVIX, he completed his PhD in Media Studies at the University of Michigan. Huge thanks to our amazing sponsor: Mackin! https://home.mackin.com/ Want to continue your learning with Jeff and Tricia this week? Their three week AI playground kicks off this Tuesday, November 7th Learn more: www.shiftingschools.com
Making informed cleaning product choices is vital for safety. Lisa Bronner of Dr. Bronner's Soaps joins host Angela Brown in this "Ask a House Cleaner" episode to discuss the power of educated consumers. Learn how reading labels helps avoid toxic ingredients that harm health and environment. Understand why mixing certain cleaners creates dangerous chemical reactions. Tune in as Lisa empowers audiences to make smart, green cleaning choices that protect homes and families. Make your voice heard through purchases that drive businesses to improve products. Join us for this enlightening conversation and embark on a journey towards cleaner, safer, and more efficient home cleaning practices. The Power of Informed Cleaning Product Choices Chapters: 00:00 Introduction of Lisa Bronner 01:14 Lack of Ingredient Transparency and Faux Disclosure Tactics 01:56 Importance of Personal Care Products and Chemical Interactions 02:55 Focus on Cleaning Products and Residue on Fabrics 03:32 Resources for Understanding Complex Ingredients RESOURCES ----------------- Soap & Soul: A Practical Guide to Minding Your Home - https://amzn.to/3LVjB29 The Modern Organic Home: 100+ DIY Cleaning Products, Organization Tips, and Household Hacks - https://amzn.to/45PBJBA Dr. Bronner's - Sal Suds Biodegradable Cleaner - https://amzn.to/46zKaST 18" Professional Microfiber Mop - https://amzn.to/3Mhsbsf LIGHT 'N' EASY Steam Mop Cleaners 9-in-1 - https://amzn.to/3QzPJLD (When available, we use affiliate links and as Amazon Associates we earn a commission on qualifying purchases.) *** RATE THIS PODCAST *** https://ratethispodcast.com/askahousecleaner *** TRAINING & CLEANING CERTIFICATION*** https://savvycleaner.com/join *** MOST REQUESTED LIST OF CLEANING STUFF I USE *** https://www.Amazon.com/shop/AngelaBrown SOCIAL MEDIA --------------- *** CONNECT WITH LISA ON SOCIAL MEDIA *** Soap & Soul: A Practical Guide to Minding Your Home - https://amzn.to/3LVjB29 Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/GreenWithLisaBronner/ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/GoingGreenwithLisaBronner LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/lisa-bronner-089760122/ *** CONNECT WITH ANGELA ON SOCIAL MEDIA *** YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/@AskAngelaBrown Facebook: https://www.Facebook.com/AskAngelaBrown Twitter: https://Twitter.com/AskAngelaBrown Instagram: https://instagram.com/AskAngelaBrown Pinterest: https://Pinterest.com/AskAngelaBrown Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/AskAngelaBrown TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@askangelabrown Store: https://www.amazon.com/shop/AngelaBrown URL: https://AngelaBrown.com NEED MORE CLEANING HELP? ------------- *** GOT A QUESTION FOR A SHOW? *** Please email it to Angela[at]AskaHouseCleaner.com Voice Mail: Click on the blue button at https://askahousecleaner.com *** PROFESSIONAL HOUSE CLEANERS PRIVATE FACEBOOK GROUP *** https://www.facebook.com/groups/ProfessionalHouseCleaners/ *** VRBO AIRBNB CLEANING FACEBOOK GROUP *** https://www.facebook.com/groups/VRBO.Airbnb.Cleaning/ *** LOOKING FOR A WAY TO GET MORE CLEANING LEADS *** https://housecleaning360.com SPONSORSHIPS & BRANDS ------------------- Today's #AskaHouseCleaner sponsor is #SavvyCleaner training and certification for house cleaners and maids. (https://savvycleaner.com/join) And your host today is #AngelaBrown - https://g.page/r/CbMI6YFuLU2GEBI/review *** ADVERTISE WITH US *** We do work with sponsors and brands. If you are interested in working with us and you have a product or service that makes sense for the cleaning industry here's how to work with us -https://savvycleaner.com/brand-deals *** SAVVY CLEANER BRANDS *** SAVVY CLEANER - House Cleaner Training and Certification – https://savvycleaner.com/join VRBO AIRBNB CLEANING – Cleaning tips and strategies for your short-term rental https://TurnoverCleaningTips.com FUNNY CLEANING SHIRTS – Incentive and thank-you gifts for house cleaners and maids. https://FunnyCleaningShirts.com HOARDING WORLD - Helping you change your relationship with stuff https://HoardingWorld.com REALTY SUCCESS HUB - Helping you sell your home fast https://realtysuccesshub.com CREDITS -------------------------- Show Produced by: Savvy Cleaner: https://savvycleaner.com Show Host: Angela Brown Show Editor: Anna Nikitchuk Show Producer: Anna Nikitchuk
In this episode, Lisa welcomes John Hasson from TownHall discuss the rise of Anti-Semitism on US college campuses. They highlight the lack of protection for Jewish students and the role of radical professors in influencing student beliefs. John shares his experiences in exposing student groups that support violence against Jews and calls for accountability. The conversation emphasizes the need for universities to take action against such individuals and groups. The Truth with Lisa Boothe - new episodes debut every Monday & Thursday.Follow Clay & Buck on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/clayandbuckSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In this episode, Lisa welcomes John Hasson from TownHall discuss the rise of Anti-Semitism on US college campuses. They highlight the lack of protection for Jewish students and the role of radical professors in influencing student beliefs. John shares his experiences in exposing student groups that support violence against Jews and calls for accountability. The conversation emphasizes the need for universities to take action against such individuals and groups. The Truth with Lisa Boothe - new episodes debut every Monday & Thursday.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
#Ukraine: #Gaza: Is the public informed by the Biden Administration; is the public engaged by the Biden Administration? Peter Berkowitx, Hoover Institution https://www.longwarjournal.org/archives/2023/10/analysis-islamic-state-strikes-in-western-uganda.php 1932 Gaza to Cairo