Michael Spyres has won three Gramophone Awards: Opera and Recording of the Year in 2018 for Berlioz's Les troyens, and Voice and Ensemble in 2022 for 'Baritenor', an album that reveals his remarkable vocal range. Now, again for Erato and in the company of his Trojans conductor, John Nelson, he has recorded Les nuits d'été – but in the original keys and in Berlioz's envisaged registers. James Jolly spoke to Michael Spyres about his approach to the Berlioz songs, and also about whether he considers himself a tenor or a baritone these days.
Three weekends of Christkindlmarkt kicks off in Sister Bay over Thanksgiving weekend, and John Nelson of the Sister Bay Historical Society joins Myles Dannhausen Jr. to tell us what to expect, new highlights, and what went into the creation of a hugely popular new holiday event.
Hey, soccer fans! The MLS offseason is upon us, but the news, rumors, and headlines have not stopped! Stay tuned as we look at St. Louis City SC's moves in the Expansion Draft and subsequent trades - which include Tim Parker, Niko Gioacchini, Indiana Vassilev, Jonathan Bell, John Nelson, Jake La Cava. We also talk about all the moves around the league, including some of the most well-known names in MLS: Fafa Picault, Junior Urso, Derrick Williams, Danny Hoesen, and more! In the second half, we're talking World Cup 2022 in Qatar! Nick rants about fans' reactions to the roster and pledges his support to the red, white, and blue. He also breaks down the Canadian Men's National Team roster and looks at the FIFA rankings for all the USMNT and CanMNT opponents. It won't be easy for either Concacaf nation, but there's a path for both out of the group stages. Make sure RATE & REVIEW and LIKE & SUBSCRIBE! Thanks for listening! And thank you to our sponsor: Skyra Icelandic Spring Water, available at your local 7-11. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/mike-guglielmi0/support
John Nelson is the Founder & CEO of Vroom Delivery, the first white-label online ordering platform designed exclusively for convenience stores. In this episode, we'll chat about why the c-store industry is unique from grocery and restaurant categories, the technology stack powering these retailers, and how Vroom is helping smaller chains compete against players like Gopuff and DoorDash's DashMart.
Synopsis Today's date marks the original Columbus Day, honoring the Italian explorer who for decades was described as the man who “discovered America.” In recent years Native American leaders have pointed out that indigenous peoples had been living on the continent for thousands of years, and Columbus didn't “discover” anything — in fact, he didn't even know where he was, which is why he called the people he found here “Indians.” Some historians now think that Viking explorers from Scandinavia arrived in America long before Columbus – and others suggest the Chinese arrived before those Europeans. Even so, it's Columbus who has a national holiday (now always observed on the closest Monday in October), and concert music written to celebrate it. For example, there's a “Columbus Suite” by Victor Herbert, originally commissioned for the 1893 Chicago World Fair to celebrate the 400th anniversary of the Columbus voyage, but not actually premiered until 1903. A much more recent “Columbus-inspired” work, and much more elegiac in tone, is by the Native American composer James DeMars. It's titled: “Premonitions of Christopher Columbus” and is scored for Native American flute, African drum, and chamber orchestra. In this work, DeMars blends sounds of the various ethnic traditions that would come to make up modern America. Music Played in Today's Program Victor Herbert (1859-1924) Columbus Suite Slovak Radio Symphony; Keith Brion, cond. Naxos 8.559027 James DeMars (b. 1952) Premonitions of Christopher Columbus Tos Ensemble with R. Carlos Nakai, Native American flute Canyon 7014 On This Day Births 1686 - German composer and lutenist Silvius Leopold Weiss, in Breslau; 1713 - Baptismal date of German composer Johann Ludwig Krebs, in Butterstedt, Weimar; 1872 - English composer Ralph Vaughan Williams, in Down Ampney, Gloucestershire; 1880 - English-born Canadian composer and organist Healey Willan, in London; Deaths 1692 - Italian composer Giovanni Battista Vitali, in Bologna, age 60; Premieres 1910 - Vaughan Williams: "A Sea Symphony" (after Walt Whitman) at the Leeds Festival; 1924 - Mahler: Symphony No.10 (1st and 3rd movements only), arranged by Ernest Krenek (with additional retouching by Alexander von Zemlinksy and Franz Schalk), by Vienna Philharmonic, Franz Schalk conducting; The American premiere of these two movements was give on Dec. 6, 1949, by the Erie (Pa.) Philharmonic conducted by the composer's nephew, the Austro-American conductor Fritz Mahler (1901-1973); The English musicologist Deryck Cooke prepared the first performing edition of Mahler's entire Tenth Symphony which received its first performance on August 13, 1964, by the London Symphony conducted by Berthold Goldschmidt; Since then, Cooke has revised his arrangement, and several other musicologists have prepared their own rival performing editions of Mahler's surviving notation for this symphony; 1931 - Rachmaninoff: “Variations on a Theme of Corelli (La Folia)” for solo piano, in Montréal (Canada), by the composer; 1951 - Bizet: opera "Ivan le Terrible" (posthumously), in Bordeaux; 1951 - Dessau: opera "Die Verurteilung des Lukullus" (The Trial of Lucullus) (2nd version), in East Berlin at the Deutsche Staatsoper; 1961 - Douglas Moore: opera "The Wings of the Dove" (after the novel by Henry James), in New York; 1971 - Andrew Lloyd Webber: rock musical "Jesus Christ Superstar," in New York City; A choral version of this musical was performed in Kansas City, Kan. On May 15, 1971, and a touring company was launched to present the musical on July 12, 1971; Prior to any staged presentations, the work was first released as a double LP record album in October of 1970; 1984 - Olly Wilson: "Siinfonia," by the Boston Symphony, Seiji Ozawa conducting; 1984 - Ellen Taaffe Zwilich: "Celebration" for orchestra, by the Indianapolis Symphony, John Nelson conducting; 1997 - Sallinen: "Overture Solennel," in Monaco by the Monte Carlo Philharmonic, James DePreist conducting; 1998 - Philip Glass: opera "The Voyage," at the Metropolitan Opera in New York, Bruce Ferden conducting; 2000 - Rautavaara: Harp Concerto, in Minneapolis with harpist Kathy Kienzle and the Minnesota Orchestra, Omso Vänskä conducting; Others 1739 - Handel completes in London his Concerto Grosso in Bb, Op. 6, no. 7 (Gregorian date: Oct. 23). Links and Resources On Columbus Day On Victor Herbert On James DeMars
Breaking down the Top 25 matchup between No. 12 BYU and No. 25 Oregon. Some of the key Oregon personnel that you should know about, plus interesting storylines in the matchup. Also, BYU defensive lineman John Nelson joins the show to discuss his early success in year two. Finally, BYU football picked up a big commitment on the recruiting trail when they landed OT Ethan Thomason. Subscribe to the Cougar Tracks Podcast! Apple: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/cougar-tracks/id1146971609 Google Play: https://kslsports.com/category/podcast_results/?sid=2035&n=Cougar%20Tracks Download the KSL Sports app Google: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.bonneville.kslsports&hl=en_US iOS: https://apps.apple.com/us/app/ksl-sports/id1435930251See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Baseball Scotland AAA scores for 21/8/22: Glasgow Galaxy 22 Granite City Oilers 2 Glasgow Comets 9 Edinburgh Cannons 7 Baseball Scotland A scores for 21/8/22: Glasgow Comets 17 Edinburgh Knights 3 We're back! Apologies for the wait again, but tonight we bring you part two of our interview with Glasgow Comets legend John Nelson and take a look back at this past Sunday's games, as well as a preview of the final make-up week of 2022. — YouTube video version available at https://youtu.be/N0c-N5dw6tA --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/capsandpipes/message
On this episode of Friends Talking Nerdy, join The Reverend Tracy and Tim the Nerd as they discuss responses to last week's episode (We wish to thank friend of the show John Nelson and Rebecca Paye, who you can find on Instagram at this link, for their replies.), and they dive into the Pros and Cons of Student Loan Forgiveness. Notes from the episode were derived from these sources: Student Loan Debt Elimination - Pros & Cons - ProCon.org Understanding the Teen Brain (stanfordchildrens.org) Income-Driven Repayment of student loans: Problems and options for addressing them (brookings.edu) We close out the show talking about the five-year anniversary of Friends Talking Nerdy. The Reverend Tracy and Tim the Nerd wish to offer everyone who has listened to and supported Friends Talking Nerdy in any way a heartfelt thank you. We're just getting started. The Reverend Tracy is back this year as Fearlandia's casting director. If you live in the Portland, Oregon area and would love to participate with Fearlandia this Halloween season, click on this link to submit an application. Make Abortion SAFER (saferinitiative.org) With everything going on in the world, please consider helping The Trevor Project if you can. They are currently looking for a trained remote Crisis Support Counselor. Consider supporting the ACLU as well. The attack on the Trans community will end up in court rooms around the country. Supporting the ACLU in any way helps give voice to the voiceless. Consider supporting The Brigid Alliance. Attacks on abortion are at an all time high. The Brigid Alliance helps people arrange funds and support for people looking to have an abortion. As always, we wish to thank Christopher Lazarek for his wonderful theme song. Head to his website for information on how to purchase his EP, Here's To You, which is available on all digital platforms. Head to our website for more information about the show. We welcome the newest show to the Friends Talking Nerdy Podcast Network, Excelsior Journeys with George Sirois is available at this link. Follow us on TikTok. Follow Friends Talking Nerdy on Instagram. Check out Season One of The TnT Review at this link. Follow Their Voices on Twitter @TheirVoices_Pod Check out their podcast at this link. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/ftnerdy/message
We're back! Our 49th episode features a recap of the first annual Baseball Scotland All Star Game and the first week of results from the second half. Plus, a long-awaited and eagerly-anticipated interview with all-time single season home run record holder, former Baseball Scotland MVP and Glasgow Comets legend John Nelson! Watch the unedited video version at our Youtube channel. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/capsandpipes/message
durée : 01:29:29 - Musique matin été du jeudi 14 juillet 2022 - par : Clément Rochefort - Le directeur artistique du festival des Chorégies d'Orange, Jean-Louis Grinda présente sa programmation ainsi que sa nouvelle mise en scène de La Gioconda. John Nelson dirigera Missa Solemnis de Beethoven le 14 juillet. - réalisé par : Fanny Constans
In episode 156 of The Cast That Ends Creation, I interview John Nelson of Unicorn Hole! https://unicornhole.bandcamp.com/ https://www.youtube.com/c/unicornhole64 https://www.facebook.com/unicornhole https://www.instagram.com/uholeband/ https://www.patreon.com/unicornhole - - - https://www.youtube.com/thecastthatendscreation https://www.facebook.com/thecastthatendscreationpodcast https://www.instagram.com/thecastthatendscreation https://www.twitch.tv/thecastthatendscreation https://www.twitter.com/thecastthatends https://thesoundthatendscreation.bandcamp.com
SHAKIN' THAT ASS! Guest: Alyssa Discography Developing Diva: Ford the River Support the Show DDD Prince Playlist Guest Prince Playlist Citations: Anthony, Michael. "Prince 'discoverer' Owen Husney's new book has some very good Prince stories." MinnPost. April 13, 2018. Arnold, Chuck. "Prince Collaborator Chris Moon Remembers Mentoring the Legend Before the Fame." Billboard. April 21, 2018. Chanen, David and Olson, Jeremy. "Prince died from accidental overdose of fentanyl." Star Tribune. June 3, 2016. Gabler, Jay. "Prince's childhood homes." The Current. September 30, 2016. Hahn, Alex. "Possessed: The Rise and Fall of Prince." Billboard Books. 2003. Lussenhop, Jessica. "Why did Prince change his name to a symbol?" BBC. April 22, 2016. Lynch, Jason. "Prince Talks about His Struggle with Epilepsy." People. February 14, 2022. Perrone, Pierre. "John Nelson." The Independent. September 1, 2001. "Rolling Stones Open 2-Day Stand in LA." The Press Courier. October 10, 1981. Thomas, Dexter. "Prince's 'bizarre' influence on Japanese anime." Los Angeles Times. April 29, 2016. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
Today's episode is a bit different than our typical episodes but nevertheless incredibly important. Join us as we discuss pleasure craft safety with Steve Turgeon and John Nelson from Transport Canada's Office of Boating Safety. In the episode we refer to Transport Canada Safe Boating guide, which can be found here: https://tc.canada.ca/sites/default/files/migrated/tp_511e.pdfor through the office of boating safety: www.tc.gc.ca/boatingsafety
durée : 00:07:22 - French Cello - Marc Coppey - Découvrez des poids lourds de la littérature violoncelliste française, enregistrés par l'un des plus grands violoncellistes d'aujourd'hui. Sur ce nouvel enregistrement, Marc Coppey est accompagné de l'Orchestre philharmonique de Strasbourg dirigé par John Nelson. C'est notre disque du jour !
On today's episode on Piano Explored, I have a conversation with Dr. Daniel Paul Horn who is professor and Chair of Keyboard Studies at the Wheaton College Conservatory of Music. I have been a long-time admirer of Daniel's career and teaching. We speak of our connection through Dr. Samuel Hsu, my undergraduate teacher, who Daniel met in 1980. The conversation opens with our shared joy in learning the piano music of Richard Danielpour. I hope you enjoy this conversation as much as I did. Don't forget to follow us on Instagram and Facebook. An active and versatile pianist, Daniel Paul Horn is Professor of Piano and Chair of Keyboard Studies at the Wheaton College Conservatory of Music, where he was honored with a 2009 Senior Academic Achievement Award for sustained excellence in scholarship. As solo recitalist, he has appeared at colleges and universities throughout North America, at the American Liszt Society Festival, and in live broadcasts over WFMT-FM, on its Pianoforte Foundation Fazioli Salon Series and its 2010 Beethoven Piano Sonata series. As concerto soloist, he has performed with various Midwestern orchestras, including the Detroit Symphony Orchestra; in 2015, he made his European orchestral debut with the Sarajevo Philharmonic, performing Lumen by Wheaton alumnus Jacob Bancks. An avid chamber musician, he regularly collaborates with members of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra. With the MasterWorks Ensemble, he has played in Bermuda and at the 2010 Beijing Modern Music Festival; in addition, he has performed with the Ying String Quartet, the Rembrandt Chamber Players, cellists Leonardo Altino and Stephen Balderston; pianists Alexander Djordjevic and Caroline Hong; and Guarneri Quartet violinist John Dalley. He also works with noted singers. Working with contemporary composers, he has premiered music by George Arasimowicz, Jacob Bancks, Delvyn Case, David M. Gordon, Neal Harnly, Patrick Kavanaugh, Daniel Kellogg, and Max Raimi. During the 2020-2021 season, he will give the world premiere of Seven Mysteries for solo piano, composed for him by Richard Danielpour through a commission made possible by a generous gift to Wheaton College. As an early keyboardist, he was harpsichordist in performances of Handel's Messiah under the baton of John Nelson, and has twice performed on the Historical Piano Concert series at the Frederick Collection in Ashburnham, Massachusetts. In 1997, he recorded the critically praised disc “Wanderings” for Titanic Records on an 1829 Graf fortepiano, and in 2010 released Sehnsucht: Music of Robert Schumann; he also recorded for the Centaur label with CSO cellist Donald Moline, for the Canadian Music Centre with soprano Carolyn Hart, and for the Innova label with flutist Jennie Oh Brown. A Detroit native, Horn studied at Peabody with Walter Hautzig, and at Juilliard, where he studied with Martin Canin and Felix Galimir, and earned his doctorate. He has also coached with Jerome Lowenthal, Ann Schein, Joseph Bloch, Roy Howat, and Menahem Pressler, for whom he twice served as guest assistant at Indiana University. In addition to his duties at Wheaton, he has been a faculty artist at the Sewanee, Adamant, Blue Mountain, and MasterWorks summer festivals, and has served on the jury of the Chicago International Music Competition.
Today we talk with John Nelson, Senior Principal Scientist at GE Research and veteran in the field of DNA synthesis. On January 7th, 2020, two weeks before the first cases of the coronavirus were reported in the U.S, John and a team of scientists and engineers proposed a new project to DARPA called NOW, or Nucelic Acids on Demand Worldwide. The goal of the project, now fully underway, is to deliver DNA-based vaccines anywhere in the world in three days.
Synopsis Today we celebrate St. Patrick's Day in Boston (where else?), noting two musical premieres that occurred in that Celtic city. The first premiere was in March of 1922, when Pierre Monteux conducted the Boston Symphony in the premiere of three of the “Five Irish Fantasies” by the German-born American composer Charles Martin Loeffler. These were settings for solo voice and orchestra of poetry by William Butler Yeats, and, for their Boston premiere, the vocalist was none other than THE great Irish tenor, John McCormack. The second premiere dates from 1947, when the Eire Society of Boston commissioned another American composer, Leroy Anderson, to write an “Irish Suite” for its annual Irish night at the Boston Pops. Anderson used six popular Irish tunes, ranging from the sentimental to the exuberant, for his suite… skillfully arranging them into an immediate hit and lasting success. Arthur Fiedler conducted the premiere and the work soon became a staple item for St. Patrick's Day concerts in Boston and concert halls all across the United States. Music Played in Today's Program Charles Martin Loeffler (1861 - 1935) — Five Irish Fantasies (Neil Rosenshein, tenor; Indianapolis Symphony; John Nelson, cond.) New World 332 Leroy Anderson (1908 - 1975) — Irish Suite (Decca studio orchestra; Leroy Anderson, cond.) MCA 9815
On this episode of Friends Talking Nerdy, join The Reverend Tracy and Tim Jousma as they are joined by special guest John Nelson. John is an active contributor to our Facebook group, so we kindly asked him to join us this week, which he graciously accepted. The topic for today's episode is prison reform. The criminal justice system in this country is a joke. The group talk about some of the issues prisoners face in this country as well as possible solutions to these problems. With everything going on in the world, please consider helping The Trevor Project if you can. They are currently looking for a trained remote Crisis Support Counselor. Consider supporting the ACLU as well. The attack on the Trans community will end up in court rooms around the country. Supporting the ACLU in any way helps give voice to the voiceless. As always, we wish to thank Christopher Lazarek for his wonderful theme song. Head to his website for information on how to purchase his EP, Here's To You, which is available on all digital platforms. Head to our website for more information about the show. Starting March 8th on the Friends Talking Nerdy Podcast Network, it's The TnT Review! Follow us on Twitter at @FTNerdy, @TheRevTracy, @timjousma, and @genghisfaery Follow Friends Talking Nerdy on Instagram. Join us on Wednesdays on the Friends Talking Nerdy Podcast Network for the latest episodes of Hump Day with Tim and the Professor at this link. Follow Their Voices on Twitter @TheirVoices_Pod Check out their podcast at this link. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/ftnerdy/message
On the eighth episode of The Panzer Podcast we'll be diving into the Panther Ausführung G-- the final and most produced Panther tank during the war-- we'll have a chance to explore the who, what, why, and when of the last variation as well as it's not-so-humble beginnings as the Panther II. Which yes, we will side quest our way through the Panther II into the Panther G, while also touching on the effects of the Holocaust and Nazi Forced labor within the armaments industry and how that directly affected the Panther program, especially so late in the war. We also get a chance to discuss the Kazakh Dandelion and other various rubber pursuits. Buckle up, this episode is a long one! Enjoy! -John Burgess ThePanzerPodcast@gmail.com So, my sources list was beginning to get too long, so instead I've decided to start including any new sources that I have added because of the episode. I include a whole lot of sources in each episode because within each episode I am pulling my notes from all of the books that I've read to get this series underway. So if you would like to check the full source list, you can go back to each episode description to see where I've left off. Going back to episode 007, all of my sources there is the complete list so far. I am now going to add the additional books I've used in this episode, and will continue to, going forward, always add new additional sources to each episode if they have not been listed previously. Additional Sources Include: "The I.Abteilung/Panzer-Regiment 4 in Italy 1944-1945" by Martin Block and John Nelson, “A World History of Rubber: Empire, Industry and the Everyday” by Stephen Harp, “The Devil's Milk: A Social History of Rubber” by John Tully, “The Battle for Rubber in the Second World War” by William Clarence-Smith, “Forced Laborers in the Third Reich” by Ulrich Herbert, "Less than Slaves: Jewish Forced Labor" by Benjamin Ferencz, "Arbeitslager Zement" by Florian Freund, "Industry and Ideology: IG Farben in the Nazi Era" by Peter Hayes, "Vernichtung durch Arbeit" by Hermann Kaienburg, and "German Military Transport of World War Two", by John Milsom.
Predictive analytics are key to improving healthcare outcomes, identifying what things relate to or even predict and outcome of interest such as falls, infections, length of hospital stay, and so on. The term “predictive analytics” is a “hot” trend in healthcare today, but often misunderstood or, unfortunately, just hype. The aim of this episode is to provide listeners tangible ways to evaluate if a service or product is actually using true predictive analytics. In this episode, Dr. John Nelson describes the basics of what are true predictive analytics, what questions should be asked when considering a product or service, and how informaticists and leaders can begin using predictive analytics to improve outcomes.
This edWeb podcast is sponsored by Achieve3000.The webinar recording can be accessed here.According to the Brookings Institution, the number of English learners (ELs) in U.S. public schools has grown by roughly 60 percent over the last decade. While the level of diversity they have brought us holds plenty of potential value for all students, we are not yet able to capitalize on that, as many English learners are not enrolled in schools with teachers who have been given the sufficient preparation and training to teach them. Listen to Dr. John Nelson, former Assistant Superintendent of the Chula Vista Elementary School District (CVESD) in Southern California, where more than a third of the district's 30,000 K-6 students are classified as English learners, for an engaging edWeb podcast about how to help all educators support multilingual students. School and district leaders learn how to improve outcomes by:Supporting collaborative academic planning efforts across subject areasProviding ongoing professional development with an EL emphasisEmbedding coaching around understanding the language development needs of students learning English as a new languageThis recorded edWeb podcast is of interest to PreK-12 school and district leaders, teachers, librarians, and education technology leaders.Achieve3000 Together, unlocking potential and accelerating learning for every student
In this second part on leadership strategy, your host, John Nelson, continues the conversation with Kay Kennedy and Lucy Leclerc from uLeadership. They discuss how having a measure that is specified for the content being taught, which in this case is leadership, creates a greater likelihood that what is being taught can be studied in predictive analytics to study outcomes. The discussion includes the plan to connect relationship centered leadership to outcomes within the organization. Kay and Lucy also share about how a program of caring for self grew out of their leadership program, given it such a dramatic need for both healthcare leaders and staff. How does caring for self relate to outcomes? Dr. Nelson reviews his research in this and relates it to the program presented in this episode.
In this episode, Dr. John Nelson, along with his co-editors Mary Ann Hozak and Jayne Felgen, discuss why they wrote the 2021 book Using Predictive Analytics to Improve Healthcare Outcomes. They discuss how they leveraged the story told by staff to create context specified measurement models which made the data both relevant and actionable to improve outcomes for staff and patients. These context specified measurement models increased the accuracy of the predictive models to give guidance for action forward to improve relational and clinical outcomes. They review how the 18 chapters in this book has begun the testing of the quadruple aim by studying the employee's experience and profile in relationship to outcomes.
Dr. John Nelson and his guest, Dr. Tara Nichols, discuss the problems with how pain is commonly assessed in diagnosing patients, and the problems that occur as a result. Dr. Nichols provides practical insights in how professionals can better understand the pain and discomfort of patients, and the process of developing the Nichols-Nelson Model of Comfort with Dr. John Nelson.
We've watch plenty of movies for the hold up. But never a film that one of us was in! That's right folks. Our own John Nelson stars in Blades of Glory for a grand 20 seconds and we're here for every second of it. Strap on your skates as we watch this Will Ferrell/Jon Heder comedy that time forgot. Will it pull of a triple axel or fall flat on the ice? Listen and find out!
In this episode, Dr. John Nelson welcomes his colleague, Dr. Zane Wolf, Dean Emerita and Professor at La Salle University. Dr. Wolf was recently recognized in Stanford's ranking of worldwide academics as in the top 2% of over 7 million scientists around the world. Her work in caring science includes creating the Caring Behaviors Inventory and serving as the Editor in Chief of the International Journal for Human Caring. Zane and John discuss the importance of measuring frameworks of care, as well as other concerns related to caring, such as staff well-being and patient safety. They reveal the value of qualitative and quantitative data to understand the context of care, and how theory and research and predictive analytics are critical to improving patient experience, nurse engagement, and achieving the quadruple aim. You will enjoy this lively discussion between two passionate colleagues whose lifework has advanced the science of caring.
Your host, Dr. John Nelson, and his colleague, Dr. Dawna Cato, discuss their caring science research with nurses in China. Dawna, who serves as CEO of the Arizona Nurses Association, worked for three years in China with a healthcare organization. In the international research work, nurses in China reported higher scores than any other country. Dawna and John discuss how the study was conducted and reveal the similarities and differences they discovered in context of other countries.
In healthcare conversations, the "popular" topic of predictive analytics is often discussed, but infrequently is it understood. Without doubt, significant value can be realized using predictive analytics, but only if all the essential components are present. One of these critical components is measurement. Creating a measure that is calibrated to measure what you say it measures (it is accurate) requires three types of psychometric testing. Dr. John Nelson explains this in layman's terms, explaining how testing your measure for validity ensures it measures what you say it does; for reliability to ensure all who are responding to the survey understand the measure the same way; and invariance testing to compare demographics to ensure there is no bias from one group to another. Many of the "solutions" promoted by vendors today are based on measurements that are insufficient or irrelevant to an organization's or unit's context. In this episode, Dr. Nelson shares how you can approach measurement in a manner that will truly benefit you and your organization.
John Nelson is the CEO & Founder of Vroom Delivery, the only eCommerce solution designed specifically for the $240B convenience store industry. Vroom's cloud solution can be set up in just days, allowing for a quick and affordable roll-out of your own e-commerce program. Sell and market all of your products online — not just food — for home delivery, in-store pickup, curbside pickup, drive-thru and catering.The accelerator John mentioned during our conversation, Blue Startups, is accepting applications until June 1. Apply for the chance to take your startup to the next level and spend four months in Hawaii!Manifold Group is a venture holding company based in Chicago with offices in Dallas, Los Angeles, and soon Atlantic Canada. Early stage private investments represent an extraordinary investment opportunity, but existing investment models in the space leave much to be desired.Manifold is a new model for growth in the new economy, designed to create and capture value at the early stage through synergies across its venture fund, incubation and acceleration studio, and advisory firm. Learn more about Manifold at https://www.manifold.group.
Return on Investment is frequently mentioned in operations, but putting it into practice can be challenging. John Nelson and Craig Solid – author of "Return on Investment for Healthcare Quality Improvement" – discuss the practical aspects of defining ROI and how to use it for informed decision-making. Craig Solid highlights practical steps healthcare professionals can take to make ROI analysis a feasible and relevant contributor in improving quality.
Dr. John Nelson, in recognition of International Nurses Day on May 12, discusses the dimension of Caring for Self from the Profile of Caring Instrument. Caring is not an emotion, it is an intention, and extremely important for nurses to enact for their own well being.
In this conversation with Dr. John Nelson and his colleague in Slovenia, Dominika Vrbnjak (PhD, RN, Assistant Professor at University of Maribor, Faculty of Health Sciences), they discuss Profile of Caring research that was conducted across eight different countries.
In this session, Dr. John Nelson and Marie Manthey explore the topic of Primary Nursing. During his eleven years as a staff nurse, John worked with Marie (one of the originators of this model of care delivery) and other experts to develop an accurate measure to understand the impact Primary Nursing has on both nurse job satisfaction and effectiveness of care delivery, including patient safety and satisfaction. This lively discussion not only recounts the history of Primary Nursing, but also its future state.
Dr. John Nelson and his colleague, Lance Podsiad, discuss how data became relevant and exciting to the staff, and the process of drastically reducing the number of falls by engaging the staff, development a context-specific model, and using advanced mathematics.
Join Dr. John Nelson as he presents research conducted by the Caring Science International Collaborative. This episode captures the recent conversation he had with his international colleagues in Canada, China, Columbia, Croatia, Israel, Jamaica, Russia, Scotland, Serbia, Slovenia, and Turkey. John discusses the exciting and relevant international research and science behind the the Profile of Caring© instrument. In health care, there have been numerous studies on how the patient and the system impact outcomes, but rarely any research with scientific rigor that reveals how clinicians and staff impacts outcomes. It is important to conduct careful science to understand how constructs or concepts relate to one another. Understanding how concepts relate to one another helps us take action to improve the quality of care.
In this launch episode of the The Caring of Science podcast, John Nelson reveals essential components of approaching caring as a science, and discusses important concepts including theory, model development, predictive analytics, and scientific rigor. He highlights actual research he has conducted in countries around the world. He also emphasizes the practicality of research to inform operations, and the opportunity for healthcare professionals and organizations to improve patient outcomes and decrease costs.
On this weeks episode of Friends Talking Nerdy, join The Reverend Tracy and Tim as they discuss the latest updates in the MCU as well as their Top 5 Favorite Biopics. This week, in honor of the recent passing of Eddie Van Halen, they are discuss some of their favorite Van Halen songs. Visit our Linktree to listen to their playlist: https://linktr.ee/FTNerdy We wish to thank Kim The Geek, John Nelson, and our friends at the Pittsburgh Nerd Podcast for their contributions to this weeks episode. Follow the Pittsburgh Nerd Podcast on Twitter @PittsburghNerd. Subscribe to their show today: https://www.spreaker.com/user/pittsburghnerd As always, we wish to thank Christopher Lazarek for his wonderful theme song. Head to christopherlazarek.com for information on how to purchase his EP, Here's To You, which is available on all digital platforms. Follow us on Twitter at @FTNerdy and @TheRevTracy Join our Facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/2808884652488999/?ref=group_browse Follow us on Instagram: FTNerdy666 Join the Friends Talking Nerdy Discord Server: https://discord.gg/pmNnsh6 Please consider supporting these organizations, whether it be financially or through sharing these links on your social media platform of choice. RAINN: http://www.rainn.org Equal Justice Initiative: http://www.eji.org NAACP: http://www.naacp.org Black Lives Matter: https://www.blacklivesmatter.com/ Know Your Rights Camp: http://www.knowyourrightscamp.com ACLU: http://www.aclu.org National Bail Out: https://secure.actblue.com/donate/freeblackmamas2020 New York Magazine Article With More Links: https://nymag.com/strategist/article/where-to-donate-for-black-lives-matter.html --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/ftnerdy/message