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The man, the myth, the legend, Larry Kendall, founder of Ninja Selling, joins Matt and Garrett to discuss recent legal issues in the real estate industry. Together, they approach the topic calmly and stress the importance of delivering value to clients. With 50 years of experience, Larry emphasizes that even during such uncertain times as these, people and money are drawn to value. Their conversation revolves around how realtors need to communicate their value, especially to buyers who might need more guidance in today's changing real estate landscape. They caution against getting distracted by industry noise and emphasize that buyer representation remains crucial, even if its structure evolves. The episode concludes by stressing the significance of following the Ninja Selling system, focusing on both seller and buyer processes, and helping clients achieve their goals. Few, if any, people possess the unique combination of real estate experience and knowledge that Larry does, so be sure to tune in and immerse yourself in the wise guidance and reassurance he provides here today. Even more guidance awaits you when you join the more than 13,000 Ninjas who collaborate, ask and answer questions, network, and more in the Ninja Selling Podcast group on Facebook at Ninja Selling Podcast Facebook. Leave a voicemail at 208-MY-NINJA if you'd like to offer more direct feedback. Be sure to check out Ninja Selling Events for upcoming installations and other events, and if you'd like personalized help in achieving your goals, visit Ninja Coaching to connect with one of our fantastic coaches. Episode Highlights: Avoiding panic and distraction amidst industry changes and lawsuits Buyer representation remaining essential The importance of the buyer interview Some success stories The crucial nature of adaptation and value provision in an evolving industry Structural changes and delivering more value than received Following the Ninja Selling system for both seller and buyer processes The fundamental goal of helping clients achieve their dreams Quotes: "We're in a different market cycle now. Everybody's focused on that. But this lawsuit could bring about a structural change, and a structural change is when the rules change on how you do your business." "If you're creating value, you're going to have plenty of money and you'll have a great career." "We need to understand that this is our playing field. This is what Ninja was designed for, for a long, long time." "Money and people flow to value. So if you're creating value, you're still going to have a business. You're going to be very successful." "The Ninjas will do just fine. The people who are doing the three act play will do just fine. The Ninjas who know how to articulate their value to their sellers and to their buyers will do, actually, probably better." Links: www.TheNinjaSellingPodcast.com Email us at TSW@TheNinjaSellingPodcast.com Leave a voicemail at (208) MY-NINJA Ninja Selling www.NinjaSelling.com @ninjasellingofficial Ninja Coaching: www.NinjaCoaching.com @ninja.coaching Ninja Events www.NinjaSelling.com/Events Garrett email@example.com @ninjaredding Matt firstname.lastname@example.org @matthewjbonelli The Ninja Selling Podcast Facebook Group Ninja Coaching Book Study Ninja Mastery Ninja Selling by Larry Kendall
Today's West Coast Cookbook & Speakeasy Podcast for our especially special Daily Special, Blue Moon Spirits Fridays, is now available on the Spreaker Player!Starting off in the Bistro Cafe, the new federal appeals court ruling that undermines Section 2 of the Voting Rights Act is expected to test the racial reality of John Robert's long dedication to attacking the law.Then, on the rest of the menu, retailers are ready to kick off Black Friday just as shoppers pull back on spending; a Florida judge ruled a lawsuit blaming Tesla's Autopilot for a driver's death can go to trial; and, a Georgia Supreme Court ruling prevents a GOP-backed commission from beginning to discipline and remove liberal prosecutors.After the break, we move to the Chef's Table where Britain's Conservative government pushes tax cuts in hopes of bolstering its electoral chances; and, three New Zealand political leaders say they've reached an agreement to form the next government.All that and more, on West Coast Cookbook & Speakeasy with Chef de Cuisine Justice Putnam.Bon Appétit!The Netroots Radio Live PlayerKeep Your Resistance Radio Beaming 24/7/365!“Structural linguistics is a bitterly divided and unhappy profession, and a large number of its practitioners spend many nights drowning their sorrows in Ouisghian Zodahs.”-- Douglas Adams"The Restaurant at the End of the Universe"
A long-running New Zealand study shows rangatahi Māori experience higher levels of "structural disadvantage" than other young people - with those disadvantages including a whānau's ability to afford essentials or their greater need to make involuntary house moves. The research was published by Growing Up in New Zealand - a study which follows the lives of more than 6,000 children and their families, collecting information mostly related to child health and wellbeing. The participants have now turned 12. Growing up in New Zealand research director associate professor Sarah-Jane Paine spoke to Corin Dann.
Structural round timber utilizes trees in their natural form for structural applications like columns, beams and trusses. Amelia Swan Baxter of WholeTrees Structures explains how you can use it in projects. --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/buildings-podcast/support
Today's West Coast Cookbook & Speakeasy Podcast for our especially special Daily Special, Blue Moon Spirits Fridays, is now available on the Spreaker Player!Starting off in the Bistro Cafe, Elon Musk's ‘shocking pronouncement of antisemitism' is not only repellent on its face, it's also abhorrent that he actually believes it.Then, on the rest of the menu, climate change in Texas science textbooks is causing divisions on the state's education board; the US Securities and Exchange Commission urged a federal judge to force Elon Musk to testify for its investigation into his $44 billion takeover of Twitter; and, a federal judge in Nevada has dealt another legal setback to Native American tribes trying to halt construction of one of the biggest lithium mines in the world.After the break, we move to the Chef's Table where Blackwater founder Erik Prince and four others went on trial in Austria over the export of illegally modified crop-spraying planes for military purposes; and, the US will resume food aid to millions across Ethiopia after a months-long pause over massive corruption.All that and more, on West Coast Cookbook & Speakeasy with Chef de Cuisine Justice Putnam.Bon Appétit!The Netroots Radio Live PlayerKeep Your Resistance Radio Beaming 24/7/365!“Structural linguistics is a bitterly divided and unhappy profession, and a large number of its practitioners spend many nights drowning their sorrows in Ouisghian Zodahs.”-- Douglas Adams"The Restaurant at the End of the Universe"
Our guests are health equity practitioners Christin Zollicoffer and Dr. Bonnie Simpson Mason, who discuss programs and initiatives that are making headway in dismantling structural racism with episode host Claudia Zamora. Together they explore a number of different examples and critical success factors that contribute to success, and mention some common mistakes that organizations may make when establishing initiatives. This is the fourth and final episode in our mini-series focused on systemic bias and systemic racism, and we end with constructive forward steps and an optimistic outlook. Christin Zollicoffer is Chief Belonging and Equity Officer at Lifespan Health System. Dr. Bonnie Simpson Mason is the inaugural Medical Director of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion at the American College of Surgeons. Claudia Zamora is a consultant who serves on the Board of Directors for the National Hispanic Medical Association and the Board of Directors for Movement is Life. 0:01 Excepts | 2:30 Introductions |5:30 Dr. Simpson Mason shares solution examples | 6:30 Different levels of experiencing oppression | 7:20 Increasing access via Nth Dimensions pathway programs | 9:30 Equity Matters ACGME | 10:45 Medical specialty societies education & communication | 11:45 Christin Zollicoffer shares solution examples | 12:15 Four levels of racism: internalized, interpersonal, institutional, structural | 12:15 Baking in DEI for patients & employees | 15:00 Employee resource groups role | 15:30 Workforce education and skills building | 16:30 Integration of equity practices | 20:15 Community based program Operation Change | 24:00 Importance of trauma informed lens | 29:00 Equity as the 6th domain of care (IOM) | 31:30 Addressing data collection to support equity | 34:00 Claudia Zamora shares examples including NHMA programs | 37:30 Critical success factors for programs e.g. change management & working with the “moveable middle” | 40:10 Definition of equity | 42:15 Common mistakes e.g. tokenism & placing DEI under HR | 46:00 Speaking the language of health equity | 49:00 Are things changing? © Movement is Life 2023
Infertility is defined as 12 months of trying regularly without conception occurring. Although it's not common, it happens to many couples, and it can be completely devastating when it does. With no known causes of infertility, the conception rate is about 85%, which means about 15% of couples fall within that definition. Over my career, I've sat with hundreds of women and couples who have experienced this. In today's episode, I'm talking about what you can do to optimize your fertility and support your reproductive health. We're talking about the various causes of infertility, the importance of considering both male and female factors, common fertility myths, the role of endocrine disorders, lifestyle factors, environmental influences, products, and supplements for fertility support, and more. Enjoy the episode! Highlights The prevalence of infertility and how it's defined from a medical perspective Factors that can contribute to fertility issues for both men and women Basic guidelines for when to seek medical help Importance of a team approach and seeking help from specialists The primary testing approach for males and females How age can affect fertility Debunking the myth of producing more eggs with age Lifestyle and environmental factors that can affect ovulation Structural problems of the reproductive system The link between infertility and endometriosis Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS), premature ovarian insufficiency, and autoimmune disorders Tests that should be included in a fertility workup Lifestyle changes for optimizing your fertility What should be included in a full panel for hormone analysis The benefits of spiritual practices and support groups Nutrition, exercise, and weight management options that support your fertility The problem with most of the prenatal supplements on the market Essential supplements for fertility and pregnancy Why I recommend Needed supplements This episode is sponsored by: Femmenessence It's a rare occurrence to find a non-prescription supplement that becomes a go-to for hormone health and Femmenessence is just that. Whether you're pre-menopausal, menopausal, or struggling with PMS, irregular periods, or other hormone imbalances, I highly recommend giving Femmenessence a try. Visit Femmenessence.com (https://femmenessence.com/) and use my code SHAWN20 for exclusive savings. Violet Violet is a unique, patented breast health supplement that gives you relief from monthly breast discomfort and tenderness. Violet doesn't just mask the discomfort temporarily; it actually promotes better breast health over time. Visit VioletDaily.com (https://violetdaily.com/) and use my code DrT to get 10% off today. Needed Few things are as important in a woman's life as that journey to and through motherhood. There's so much that you can't control, but nutrition is a big one you can. Needed is a perinatal and women's health brand that I recommend to all my clients, whether they're in that perinatal stage or navigating perimenopause. Needed offers radically better nutrition products and education, backed by over 4000 practitioners. Visit ThisIsNeeded.com (https://thisisneeded.com/) and use my code DrT for 20% off your first month. Resources Dr. Tassone's Practice https://www.drshawntassone.com/ The Hormone Balance Bible https://tassonemd.com/hormone-balance-bible/ Hormone Archetype Quiz https://tassonemd.lpages.co/hormonearchetypequiz/ Disclaimer This podcast and website represent the opinions of Dr. Shawn Tassone and his guests. The content here should not be taken as medical advice and is for informational purposes only. Because each person is so unique, please consult your health care professional for any medical questions.
C and Rachel talk about all of the above, the conflict in the Middle East, identity and privilege, the stories we tell ourselves and/or others, the drawing (or not drawing) of lines and more. Get in touch with Rachel: https://www.instagram.com/rfinkles/ https://communityarte.com/ Resources mentioned in this episode: Short documentary about foreigners moving to Mexico City (English; thoughtful but not very critical): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JXHgc073nIs Short documentary about foreigners gentrifying Mexico city (German; critical): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qmcrkjHdSCg Brené Brown's values worksheet: https://brenebrown.com/resources/dare-to-lead-list-of-values/ Book: M.E. O'Brien - Family Abolition: Capitalism and the communizing of care Get in touch with C: www.chrissisdogtraining.com chrissi.schranz [at] gmail.com https://www.facebook.com/chrissi.schranz/ https://www.instagram.com/adogisabondbetweenstrangers/ https://www.youtube.com/@freerangingdogs Thank you ... Thank you to Lesfm for providing our royalty-free intro and outro music, to "Sounds for You" for the royalty-free rain sound track in this episode as well as to josibo for the royalty-free episode image of a lion in the sand!
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Today's West Coast Cookbook & Speakeasy Podcast for our especially special Daily Special, Blue Moon Spirits Fridays, is now available on the Spreaker Player!Starting off in the Bistro Cafe, 'The highest court in the land cannot have the lowest ethical standards.'Then, on the rest of the menu, Jezebel has been shuttered after sixteen years, just as major layoffs rocked the company; a federal judge has temporarily blocked Idaho's “abortion trafficking” law from being enforced while a lawsuit challenging its constitutionality is underway; and, a class-action lawsuit alleges unsafe conditions at a migrant detention facility in New Mexico.After the break, we move to the Chef's Table where Turkey is marking its centennial, but a brain drain has cast a shadow on the occasion; and, Apple might end up on the hook after all for billions of euros in back taxes to Ireland in the latest twist in the long running European Union dispute.All that and more, on West Coast Cookbook & Speakeasy with Chef de Cuisine Justice Putnam.Bon Appétit!The Netroots Radio Live PlayerKeep Your Resistance Radio Beaming 24/7/365!“Structural linguistics is a bitterly divided and unhappy profession, and a large number of its practitioners spend many nights drowning their sorrows in Ouisghian Zodahs.”― Douglas Adams"The Restaurant at the End of the Universe"
Gwen Preston, the Resource Maven, joins the podcast to discuss the rate hike cycle, the signs of market instability, and the implications for gold and other metals. Gwen also touches on the implications of the green energy revolution, the different narratives for various metals, and offer advice for investors to consider.
For the third installment of our mini-series exploring systemic bias and racism in healthcare, our panel of experts discuss various examples which illustrate how systemic racism is embedded in systems of healthcare and social determinants of health. These include measurements such as eGFR, BMI, and metabolic panels, scoring for post-operative risk; lack of diversity in dermatology textbooks; and how subjective information that is potentially deleterious to patients may be captured in EMR systems such as EPIC. Episode host Christin Zollicoffer (she/her pronouns) serves as Chief Belonging and Equity Officer with Lifespan Health System, an academic medical center affiliated with Brown University and Warren Alpert Medical School. Dr. Carla Harwell is a nationally recognized leader in health care disparities education and medical issues affecting minorities. She is Medical Director, University Hospitals Otis Moss Jr. Health Center, and Associate Professor of Medicine, CWRU School of Medicine, Division of Internal Medicine. Dr. Daniel Wiznia is Assistant Professor of Orthopaedics and Rehabilitation, Yale University School of Medicine. He is the co-director of Yale's master's program in Personalized Medicine & Applied Engineering. © Movement is Life 2023
Today's West Coast Cookbook & Speakeasy Podcast for our especially special Daily Special, Blue Moon Spirits Fridays, is now available on the Spreaker Player!Starting off in the Bistro Cafe, Speaker MAGA Mike Johnson is just a dapper insurrectionist.Then, on the rest of the menu, two women intend to sue the City of Portland, Oregon after Portland police drove into their car and held them at gunpoint by mistake; Indiana's attorney general violated professional conduct rules in statements he made about a doctor who provided an abortion to a ten-year-old rape victim from Ohio; and, a Minnesota appeals court ruled to protect felon's voting rights after finding a lower court judge overstepped.After the break, we move to the Chef's Table where Putin signed a bill revoking Russia's ratification of the global nuclear test ban treaty; and, police in Bangladesh's capital used tear gas and stun grenades to disperse more than a thousand garment factory workers who took to the streets for a sixth straight day to demand better wages.All that and more, on West Coast Cookbook & Speakeasy with Chef de Cuisine Justice Putnam.Bon Appétit!The Netroots Radio Live PlayerKeep Your Resistance Radio Beaming 24/7/365!“Structural linguistics is a bitterly divided and unhappy profession, and a large number of its practitioners spend many nights drowning their sorrows in Ouisghian Zodahs.”― Douglas Adams"The Restaurant at the End of the Universe"
Dr. Winston Chung (Kaiser Permanente Northern California) joins AJP Audio to discuss inequalities in the diagnosis of psychotic disorders between racial and ethnic groups in a large cohort. Afterwards, we'll once again be joined by American Journal of Psychiatry Editor-in-Chief, Dr. Ned Kalin, to discuss the rest of the November issue of AJP, which focuses on different aspects of psychotic disorder. Chung interview [00:30] Structural racism and missing socioeconomic strata [02:58] Effective and non-effective psychosis [04:20] Limitations [05:48] Differential rates of treatment and non-treatment [06:58] Policy implications [07:40] Further research [08:31] Kalin interview [08:58] Chung et al. [09:14] Rødevand et al. [11:27] Cao et al. [14:07] Smucny et al. [16:18] Cannon [17:03] Transcript Be sure to let your colleagues know about the podcast, and please rate and review it on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Stitcher, Spotify, or wherever you listen to it. Subscribe to the podcast here. Listen to other podcasts produced by the American Psychiatric Association. Browse articles online. How authors may submit their work. Follow the journals of APA Publishing on Twitter. E-mail us at email@example.com
A call to centre the discussion around breaking up the supermarket duopoly as an online grocer folds. Supie began as a start-up in 2021, aiming to introduce competition in the supermarket industry. Voluntary administrator PwC New Zealand estimates a debt of up to $3 million, and suspects liquidation in the coming days. Monopoly Watch Spokesperson, Tex Edwards, told Mike Hosking that there's a universal regret around not focusing on creating price competition, nutrition competition, and sustainability. LISTEN ABOVE See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Struggle to find time to study for your PE Exam or lack motivation to do it? Then check out this interview with Brenton Kreiger! He does awesome work with Engineers in Action building bridges in underserved communities across the globe. And guess what? He managed to pass his Structural PE Exam with a flexible work schedule given his remote team in different time zones!
In this episode, Kimberly and Dr. Elliot Berlin discuss his informed pregnancy focused chiropractic work. He explains noticing a rise in out of hospital births post-pandemic as well as an increase in hospital restrictions and inductions in hospital births. He discusses various causes of breech positions, his chiropractic approaches to breech babies before birth, as well as the long history of cesareans and how VBACs became stigmatized in recent decades. The common thread through this whole conversation is providing education and information for pregnant people to make the best informed decisions for themselves and their birth. Bio Dr. Elliot Berlin is an award-winning pregnancy-focused chiropractor, childbirth educator, and labor doula. His innovative techniques for prenatal wellness care address tight and painful muscles and tendons utilizing specific massage techniques based on soft tissue releases. He combines this with traditional chiropractic adjustments to restore motion to restricted joints. Dr. Berlin notably works with several hundred breech babies each year, most of whom turn into the ideal pre-birth position once normal function is restored to the mother's low back and pelvis. He is also the host of Informed Pregnancy Podcast, an award winning pregnancy focused chiropractor. What He Shares: –Differences in births post-pandemic –Chiropractic approaches to breech babies –History of cesareans –Informed VBACs –Mind-Body health for fertility What You'll Hear: –Pregnancies post-pandemic –Rise in out of hospital births –Increase in restrictions and interventions in hospitals –Guiding clients in making best choices for birth –Training for breech births –Using Webster technique to reposition breech babies –Structural reasons for breech positionings –Functional issues of mother posture –Minimizing ultrasounds –Looking at baby position at 32 weeks –Chiropractic care outside of pregnancy –Approaches to releases and maintenance –History of cesareans –Myths around VBACs –How VBAC information is portrayed –Uterine ruptures –Insurance policies and cesareans –Induction drugs causing uterine ruptures in 1980s –VBAC Facts website –Using modern technology to improve childbirth –Downsides to how interventions are applied –What led Dr. Berlin to his work –Mind-body practices leading to natural fertility after years of treatments –Informed Pregnancy podcast –Informedpregnancy.tv streaming app Resources Website: informedpregnancy.com/informedpregnancy.tv IG: @doctorberlin
Today's West Coast Cookbook & Speakeasy Podcast for our especially special Daily Special, Blue Moon Spirits Fridays, is now available on the Spreaker Player!Starting off in the Bistro Cafe, the voting record and extreme policy positions of new House Speaker ‘MAGA Mike Johnson' deserves a closer look.Then, on the rest of the menu, Wisconsin Republicans back a bill outlawing university financial aid based on race and diversity; the Kentucky Supreme Court struck down a new law giving participants in constitutional cases the right to change venue; and, a federal judge ruled Georgia congressional and legislative districts are racially discriminatory and must be redrawn by December 8th.After the break, we move to the Chef's Table where the UN Secretary-General has appointed a thirty-nine member panel to advise on the international governance of artificial intelligence; and, the Sudanese army and its rival paramilitary force have resumed peace talks in Jeddah.All that and more, on West Coast Cookbook & Speakeasy with Chef de Cuisine Justice Putnam.Bon Appétit!The Netroots Radio Live PlayerKeep Your Resistance Radio Beaming 24/7/365!“Structural linguistics is a bitterly divided and unhappy profession, and a large number of its practitioners spend many nights drowning their sorrows in Ouisghian Zodahs.”― Douglas Adams"The Restaurant at the End of the Universe"
What Tools Should We Use To Improve Our Meetings? I think it takes a team several steps to adapt to a new methodology and mindset. First, the team struggled to understand and apply the simplest events from the Scrum framework. Sometimes we had to repeat the reason for a single event over and over again. Why we are sitting together now and what is the goal of the event? In addition, the team struggled to understand the empirical approach and empirical problem-solving strategy. As time went on, they understood more and more how empirical approaches can help us develop our product better and faster. The three Phases a Team goes through But first, let's go back to the phases we've gone through as a team, which I've already seen some teams go through. I always observe that teams go through different phases on their journey to apply the Scrum Framework. 1st Phase Status — The team is new to agile methodologies and empirical thinking. They have no experience with Scrum and have not yet internalized the agile mindset.Focus — The team learns the why and looks for appropriate formats and methods to pick up. It experiments with different formats. 2nd Phase Status — The team has understood the why but has not yet internalized agile values and the agile mindset. It tries to find a way to apply what it has learned well and efficiently. The focus is on living agile concepts, agile values, and organizing events. E.g. How do we want to do planning? Focus — internalize the agile values, and apply the agile approach. Adjusting the how, how do we make plannings better, how do we make retrospectives better, how do we make reviews better. 3rd Phase Status - Identifying constraints and adapting habits. Challenging the limiting structures in the organization. Adapting the methods to their advantages. Together we find new ways to live agile values even better and to proceed empirical. Focus — remembering the why, why do we do Scrum, agile development, empirical approach? Reflecting on the why and the what. Finding your way in line with the framework and agile principles. Challenging the rest of the organization, solving systemic impediments. First-grade impediments: — Own improvements: Understand the Why and apply concepts “correctly”. Application of methods according to literature and textbook.Second-grade impediments: — Structural improvement: Simple small adaptation of structures to own needs and beliefs.Third-grade impediment: — Systemic improvements: Adaptation of systems or system parts and organizational structures to align with higher principles and mindset and to become more efficient and effective on a general level. How to connect with AgileDad: - [website] https://www.agiledad.com/ - [instagram] https://www.instagram.com/agile_coach/ - [facebook] https://www.facebook.com/RealAgileDad/ - [Linkedin] https://www.linkedin.com/in/leehenson/
“The grant will fund the computational analysis of SYNGAP1 missense variants and the construction of an online server called SynGAP Missense (SGM) server providing clinicians and others open access to the modeling and bioinformatics results.” Types of mutations https://youtu.be/xYOK-yzUWSI SYNGAP1 on Alphafold https://alphafold.ebi.ac.uk/entry/F6SEU4 Dr. Underbake on Disordered/Unstructured Proteins https://youtu.be/Q11q_m_tV88?si=Ix9Gr7RSiCdFCgqH&t=830 Common Missense https://www.syngapresearchfund.org/post/syngap1-frequent-de-novo-missense-variant-alert-study-opportunity-for-p-gly344 Young c.980T>C p.Leu327Pro http://clinvar.com/ SYNGAP1 c.980C>T 2015 UK https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/26079862/ 2018 SK https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/29390993/ SRF iPSCs https://www.syngapresearchfund.org/post/another-srf-contribution-to-syngap1-research-patient-derived-cell-lines-to-test-treatments Dr. Courtney Grant https://www.eurekalert.org/news-releases/957967 Dr. Courtney Webinar https://www.syngapresearchfund.org/webinars/79-quantifying-perturbed-syngap1-function-caused-by-coding-mutations Dr. Haas Webinar https://www.syngapresearchfund.org/webinars/functional-assessment-of-missense-variants-of-syngap1-kurt-haas EpiMVP https://epimvp.med.umich.edu/ https://leonandfriends.org/ started this work https://www.syngapresearchfund.org/leon #S10e73 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FJgXP4l0cuk Register for the Conference! 35 Days until the Conference - Sign up by Halloween. https://secure.givelively.org/event/syngap-research-fund-incorporated/syngap1-conference-2023-hosted-by-syngap-research-fund-srf #SyngapConf Conference Agenda Announced! #S10e120 described the agenda… https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q9U-Ggz_K2I Press release https://www.syngapresearchfund.org/post/uniting-for-progress-the-fifth-annual-syngap1-conference-hosted-by-syngap-research-fund-srf-will-take-place-november-30th-in-orlando-florida-syngapconf Give all three of our podcasts 5 stars everywhere. https://podcasts.apple.com/us/channel/syngap1-podcasts-by-srf/id6464522917 This is a podcast subscribe! https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/syngap10-weekly-10-minute-updates-on-syngap1/id1560389818 Episode 121 of #Syngap10 - October 25, 2023 #epilepsy #autism #intellectualdisability #id #anxiety #raredisease #epilepsyawareness #autismawareness #rarediseaseresearch #SynGAPResearchFund #CareAboutRare #PatientAdvocacy #GCchat #Neurology #GeneChat
Safety is paramount in construction. Safety of the people who work on constructing a scheme – and safety of those people who will eventually make use of the scheme. On this month's episode of the Engineers Collective, NCE assistant news editor Rob Hakimian is joined by CROSS scheme manager Paul Livesey to discuss the history of CROSS, how it has grown and its importance in today's construction landscape. In the conversation, Paul talks about the establishment of CROSS, the sector's response and how it has developed over its nearly 50 years in existence, bolstered by support from the ICE and IStructE. They discuss how it has proliferated internationally in countries such as Australia and the USA. Paul also reveals how the publication of the Hackitt Report into the Grenfell tragedy was a watershed moment for CROSS and changed the organisation's visibility and remit. There is also discussion of the significant input that CROSS has had in the RAAC crisis that has recently been in the mainstream headlines in the UK. They also discuss the importance of other reports from recent years on CROSS and Paul gives advice, encouragement and instruction to those who feel they would want to report something to the organisation to spread awareness. The Engineers Collective is powered by Bentley Systems. Bentley Systems provide innovative software to advance the world's infrastructure – sustaining both the global economy and environment – for improved quality of life. Its industry-leading software solutions are used by professionals, and organizations of every size, for the design, construction, and operations of roads and bridges, rail and transit, water and wastewater, public works and utilities, buildings and campuses, mining, and industrial facilities. Find out more at bentley.com
Today's West Coast Cookbook & Speakeasy Podcast for our especially special Daily Special, Blue Moon Spirits Fridays, is now available on the Spreaker Player!Starting off in the Bistro Cafe, the tactics of the extreme right in the speaker fight is to “rule or ruin.”Then, on the rest of the menu, Maryland police are investigating the fatal shooting of a circuit court judge; a state of emergency was issued in a northern New York county following a major water main break that has left tens of thousands without water; and, the Department of Justice secured a $9 million settlement with Ameris Bank over redlining in Florida.After the break, we move to the Chef's Table where a Dutch Court convicted a man who projected an antisemitic message on the Anne Frank museum; and, the EU demanded Meta and TikTok detail their efforts to curb disinformation from the Israel-Hamas war.All that and more, on West Coast Cookbook & Speakeasy with Chef de Cuisine Justice Putnam.Bon Appétit!The Netroots Radio Live PlayerKeep Your Resistance Radio Beaming 24/7/365!“Structural linguistics is a bitterly divided and unhappy profession, and a large number of its practitioners spend many nights drowning their sorrows in Ouisghian Zodahs.”-- Douglas Adams"The Restaurant at the End of the Universe"
Capital Group portfolio manager Nick Grace discusses his approach to investing in the long-term transition from fossil fuels to renewable energy. They key, he says, is identifying green energy initiatives that are driven primarily by market economics, not government policy. Related resources:5 trends driving energy markets in 2023 Clean hydrogen: Growing opportunities beyond the hype For industry-leading insights, support tools and more, subscribe to Capital Ideas at getcapitalideas.com. The Capital Ideas website is not intended for use outside the U.S. In Canada visit capitalgroup.com/ca for Capital Group insights.
The Department Of Education has offered modular accommodation to a West Clare primary school in structural difficulty. It comes on the back of concerns for student welfare at Kilmurry McMahon National School which has stood since 1967. The building is understood to be subject to consistent flooding with water easily penetrating PVC wall panels, while an on-site prefab used for special education is missing part of its roof. Responding to a question from Clare Fianna Fáíl TD Cathal Crowe on the matter, Minister Norma Foley says an application for major capital funding at the site is under review.
For the second episode in our mini-series exploring systemic racism in healthcare, our panel explores different definitions of bias, stereotyping, systemic racism, and structural racism, and how these behaviors intersect with social determinants of health. Perspectives from both patient and professional viewpoints are addressed. The panel also discuss solutions such as bias training, cultural competency, language competency, self-reflection and mentoring. Dr. Melvyn Harrington is an orthopedic surgeon and Vice Chair for Community Engagement & Health Equity at Baylor College of Medicine in Houston. Dr. Elena Rios serves as President & CEO of the National Hispanic Medical Association, (NHMA), representing 50,000 Hispanic physicians in the United States. Episode host Dr. Charla Johnson is the Director of Clinical Information Systems & Nursing Informatics, Franciscan Missionaries of Our Lady Health System, in Baton Rouge. 0:20 Introductions | 1:55 How patients experience & express bias | 4:45 Harmful stereotyping | 6:40 Bias in medical record | 8:20 Bias as gatekeeper to college admissions & healthcare careers | 10:05 Systemic factors for healthcare workforce | 11:30 Bias steering students away from premed | 12:30 Importance of bias training | 14:40 Resistance towards bias training | 17:10 Differences between structural racism & systemic racism | 21:10 Role of social determinants of health (SDOH) | 24:05 Bias towards people with obesity | 26:10 Bias leading to inconsistencies and inequities | 27:50 Importance of self-reflection | 28:50 Bias causing patients to disengage | 29:30 Importance of cultural and language competency | 30:15 Role of age bias | 30:45 Bias toward minority healthcare professionals | 34:25 Do professionals & patients understand structural and systemic racism? | 37:10 How NHMA works to educate professionals & patients about bias | 41:00 Closing remarks. © Movement is Life 2023
The morning of Jan. 10 started as a typical Minnesota winter morning for Hennepin County Commissioner Angela Conley.“I was digging out my driveway,” Conley recalled. Earlier this month, from her office inside the Hennepin County Government Center, Conley recounted how her life changed on that day.It started with an unfamiliar pain between Conley's shoulder blades.“It started to radiate up my neck and around my jaw,” Conley said as she grabbed her jaw in a moment of memory. Conley had never been taught these were actually common symptoms of a heart attack for women. Most of Conley's frame of reference for people suffering heart attacks brought forth the image of a white man in his 60s, clutching his chest.“I'm 45, right?” Conley said. “Sure, I'm not the healthiest person.”After several hours of pain Conley had to go to the emergency room, and it was not until she asked a nurse that she understood what was happening.“I whispered to her, ‘Did I have a heart attack?'” Conley said the nurse replied, “Ma'am, you are having a heart attack.”There was no open-heart surgery, but Conley had two stents put in to keep open critical arteries. Conley had survived, but a lonely feeling began to set in while she waited in the recovery room.“That's when it really hits you,” Conley said. Conley's father had heart disease and died from a heart attack at the age 74, just a few months before Conley suffered her own heart attack. She began to feel the weight of the significant lifestyle changes she would need to make around diet, exercise and stress.“I have a high-stress job, a single parent,” Conley said. “I was a ticking time bomb.”A combination of guilt, shame and fear was hard to overcome.“You may not survive the next time, you're at a greater risk for having another heart attack,” Conley said, “Like all of these things are swirling around in your mind.”As she coped with symptoms of post-traumatic stress disorder, Conley began to think it would be nice to help other women, particularly younger Black women, learn more about heart disease and receive access to more comprehensive mental health care during recovery from a heart attack. It's why Conley, who is also the first Black person elected to serve on the county board, is asking for the county to put $1 million toward heart health education and mental health care geared toward survivors of heart attacks.According to the CDC, nearly half of all Americans have at least one of the three key risk factors of heart disease — smoking, high cholesterol or high blood pressure.In Hennepin County, 1 in 3 Black and Native American residents have high blood pressure compared to 1 in 4 white residents, according to the county public health department. Health equity researcher Dr. Rachel Hardeman is the founding director of the Center for Antiracism Research for Health Equity. Hardeman said while many people who can afford to make significant lifestyle changes struggle to adjust, there are systemic barriers to health for Black women across the country.“Structural racism in society has created the conditions that expose Black women to poor health outcomes on a daily basis,” Hardeman said.Hardeman said lawmakers should focus on policies at the local, state and federal level addressing disparities in areas like education, housing and safety to dismantle racism and produce better health outcomes.“I would love to be the poster child for why we have to do better, and what we need to do to do better,” Conley said.While still focused on helping others, these days Conley is also investing more in herself.“I have a lot more living to do,” Conley said. “I have grandkids yet to see.”Conley has a follow up appointment for her heart in December, which is also when the county will finalize its budget for next year.
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David Hay, co-CIO at Evergreen Gavekal and author of the Haymaker newsletter on Substack, joins Julia La Roche on episode 111. In this episode, Hay makes a case that the odds of a recession are going up, not down, with each passing day. The conversation dives into the bond market, exploring the shift to a secular bear market and the implications this holds for the broader financial ecosystem. Elsewhere, Hay shares where he's allocated and why he's mildly bullish on energy. He also points out we have a supply problem, and we're likely to experience an acute and lasting oil shortage. Links: Substack: https://haymaker.substack.com/ Bubble 3.0 Audiobook: https://awesound.com/a/bubble-30-historys-biggest-financial-bubble Evergreen Gavekal: https://evergreengavekal.com/about-us/ David Hay: https://evergreengavekal.com/team/david-hay/ The Julia La Roche Show is produced by Marlinski Media: https://www.marlinskimedia.com/ Timestamps: 0:00 Welcome David Hay to the show 1:20 Macro view 2:50 Odds of a recession are going up with each passing day 4:17 Misleading data 6:30 Higher for longer's impact on bankruptcies 7:40 GDI recession 10:45 Federal Fiscal Funding Fiasco 12:29 Structural bond bear market 15:27 Supply and demand in bond market 17:44 Hedge funds buying USTs with leverage / the basis trade 19:40 T-bills 21:26 A ‘transitory' bond rally 25:30 The country is circling the drain 28:00 Bondholders are going to be the sacrificial lambs 29:20 Where do you want to be allocated 31:40 We're going to have an oil supply problem 33:00 Parting thoughts
The UK delayed some labor market data on concerns over quality. This is a growing global problem. Structural change and the fact that no one answers survey questions mean data is steadily less reliable in real time. With the Federal Reserve and the ECB both using data dependency rather than formulating an economic framework, there is a risk of greater volatility around policy expectations.
This thought-provoking conversation dissects the structural disruptions in the higher education landscape. Drawing parallels with the entertainment industry, McNaughton and Smith explore the strategic turbulence ahead for higher education leaders. Key Discussion Points: Introduction to structural disruption and its defining role in today's higher education. A glance back at the entertainment industry and how technology shifted the ground beneath it. Unraveling the parallels: Both sectors controlled critical, scarce resources, but how are they adapting or resisting change? The tale of Joyce Carol Oates: A microcosm of the larger issue in higher education, exploring the challenge of exclusive access to premier knowledge resources. The urgent need for change: Tackling the financial and moral challenges in higher education and understanding the roots of increasing public distrust. Bright spots on the horizon: Institutions that are harnessing technology for more inclusive and affordable education. Three Critical Takeaways for Higher Education Leaders: Recognizing the challenges Understanding their systemic nature Embracing technological solutions This episode serves as a wake-up call for higher education transformation. Drawing lessons from past industries, there's a pressing need to redefine missions, methods, and mindsets to ensure your institution remains relevant, accessible, and equitable in today's digital world. About Our Guest Dr. Michael D. Smith is J. Erik Jonsson Professor of Information Technology and Marketing at Carnegie Mellon University's Heinz College of Public Policy and Management. Smith is coauthor of the book "Streaming, Sharing, Stealing: Big Data and the Future of Entertainment" (MIT Press, 2016) and author of the new book "The Abundant University: Remaking Higher Education for a Digital World" (MIT Press, 2023). Michael D. Smith on LinkedIn → About the Host Dr. Drumm McNaughton, host of Changing Higher Ed® podcast, is a consultant to higher education institutions in governance, accreditation, strategy, change, and mergers. To learn more about his services and other thought leadership pieces, visit his firm's website: https://changinghighered.com/. The Change Leader's Social Media Links LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/drdrumm/ Twitter: @thechangeldr Email: firstname.lastname@example.org #StructuralDisruption #HigherEducation #HigherEdPodcast
Friday's West Coast Cookbook & Speakeasy Podcast for our especially special Daily Special, Blue Moon Spirits Fridays, is now available on the Spreaker Player!Starting off in the Bistro Cafe, Hamas has relentlessly attacked the peace process for its own agenda since the late 1980's.Then, on the rest of the menu, a Colorado judge has rejected an attempt by Trump to dismiss a lawsuit that seeks to keep him off the state ballot; a Florida college reported it has seen "27 percent of its student body drop out" since Ron Desantis' recent takeover; and, a Mississippi city was sued for failing to properly inform property owners in a majority-Black neighborhood that their homes could be targeted for eminent domain under a redevelopment plan.After the break, we move to the Chef's Table where French prosecutors are investigating the suspected poisoning of a Russian journalist who fled after denouncing the war in Ukraine on live TV; and, the European Union made a formal, legally binding request for information from Elon Musk's social media platform over its handling of hate speech, misinformation and violent terrorist content related to the Israel-Hamas war.All that and more, on West Coast Cookbook & Speakeasy with Chef de Cuisine Justice Putnam.Bon Appétit!The Netroots Radio Live PlayerKeep Your Resistance Radio Beaming 24/7/365!“Structural linguistics is a bitterly divided and unhappy profession, and a large number of its practitioners spend many nights drowning their sorrows in Ouisghian Zodahs.”― Douglas Adams"The Restaurant at the End of the Universe"
In this episode, we talk with Don Kline, P.E., president and founder at Kline Engineering & Consulting, LLC, about the dynamic realm of structural health monitoring, exploring its profound significance, diverse applications, and cutting-edge solutions brought by InfrastructureTek. ***The video version of this episode can be viewed here.*** Engineering Quotes: Here Are Some of the Questions […] The post TSEC 114: The Dynamic Realm of Structural Health Monitoring and Its Profound Significance for the Future appeared first on Engineering Management Institute.
After being born through a c-section because of a breached (feet first) position and umbilical cord wrapped around her neck, Taylor was moments from death and spent a few weeks in the NICU. She had a physical therapist briefly as a baby to help with a condition that she would have called "Torticollis".Though she spent her whole life with this, she wasn't aware of it until her 30s while having a conversation with her mother about the pains she was experiencing. She also discovered through her chiropractor that she has a slight degree of scoliosis. These issues affect her from top to bottom and she's actively trying to work on the issues and pay attention to how they affect her day-to-day as well as her weightlifting and other fitness endeavors.In this short episode, Taylor discusses how valuable it is to know of or learn about these issues with your body. What was your birth story? What injuries did you have growing up? What injuries have you had recently? What about your posture from moment to moment?It would also be great if you could pay attention to these things with your children and let them know more about what their body has gone through. It can really help them as they get older.Tune in and share your thoughts by writing a review and or tagging @thepursueyourpotentialpodcast on Instagram / social media.
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This is the first of a 4 episode mini-series of The Health Disparities Podcast exploring bias & systemic racism in medicine. The series aims to bring to the surface discussions, definitions, & perspectives about the problem of bias, examples of bias, structural & systemic racism, & examples of programs and policies that are tackling bias & racism. "Unconscious Bias, Yes it is Real" is a useful short guide to understanding unconscious bias, its consequences in healthcare, & some ways to mitigate unconscious bias. It discusses most types of bias impacting the quality of healthcare, including race, ethnicity, gender, gender identity, sexuality, religion, mental health, & weight bias. The "Unconscious Bias, Yes it is Real" booklet is available as a digital download on our website. Movement is Life invites listeners to use the booklet in association with this audio resource as the basis for workshops and discussion groups aimed at improving cultural sensitivity & understanding. 1:35 Introduction – We are all biased | 3:25 What is bias? | 5:30 Types of bias | 8:02 Unconscious or implicit biases | 9:55 Unconscious bias in healthcare | 13:40 Unconscious bias involving weight | 16:12 Unconscious bias involving mental health | 18:20 Unconscious bias involving race & ethnicity | 23:10 Unconscious bias involving gender & gender identity | 28:35 Unconscious bias involving sexual orientation | 30:35 Limitations in research | 32:18 How patients respond to bias | 36:30 Measuring unconscious bias using IAT | 41:50 Counteracting bias in healthcare | 44:30 The LEARN model | 46:00 Glossary | 50:30 Closing comments Unconscious Bias, Yes it Real - Digital Booklet: http://startmovingstartliving.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/07/Unconscious_Bias_Content_03_print.pdf About Movement is Life www.https://www.movementislifesummit.org/website.orghttps://www.movementislifesummit.org/website/56162/about-movement-is-life/ Narration by Dr. Michelle Leak & Rolf Taylor. Adapted for audio from the booklet & produced by Rolf Taylor. (c) Movement is Life 2023
Friday's West Coast Cookbook & Speakeasy Podcast for our especially special Daily Special, Blue Moon Spirits Fridays, is now available on the Spreaker Player!Starting off in the Bistro Cafe, Trump's lawyers say Trump's sharing of highly classified nuke sub secrets on the patio of Mar a Lago with a billionaire Australian container magnate, “lacks proper context.”Then, on the rest of the menu, battleground state Republicans are refusing campaign donations from Marjorie Taylor Greene; Oklahoma has executed more people per capita than any other state in the US, but some Republican lawmakers want to impose a moratorium until more safeguards can be put in place; and, the US government has agreed to help restore a sacred Native American site on the slopes of Oregon's Mount Hood that was destroyed by highway construction.After the break, we move to the Chef's Table where developed countries pledged $9.3 billion at a conference held in the German city of Bonn, to help poor nations tackle climate change; and, a special unit of German police and customs officials raided several properties of an EU-sanctioned Russian national in the southern state of Bavaria.All that and more, on West Coast Cookbook & Speakeasy with Chef de Cuisine Justice Putnam.Bon Appétit!The Netroots Radio Live PlayerKeep Your Resistance Radio Beaming 24/7/365!“Structural linguistics is a bitterly divided and unhappy profession, and a large number of its practitioners spend many nights drowning their sorrows in Ouisghian Zodahs.”― Douglas Adams"The Restaurant at the End of the Universe"
Here's your local news for Tuesday, October 3, 2023:We attend the Mayor's press conference releasing her 2024 operating budget proposal,Remind listeners to keep their phones on ahead of tomorrow's federal emergency alarm test,Hear from UW-Madison student journalists discussing racial equity efforts on campus,Shine the spotlight on the most-hated animal in history - the rat,And much more.
Goldman Sachs Head of Asset Allocation Research, Christian Mueller-Glissmann shares his current investment framework with Cem Karsan and I today. It's an important conversation as it touches on so many of the most important questions that investors, individual as well as institutional, are faced with right now. How we as investors should allocate our capital taking into account the ever changing Global Macro regimes was fascinating to explore, with one of the sharpest thinkers on this topic. Like Cem and I, you will be impressed with the depth of research and knowledge that Christian shared in our conversation. -----EXCEPTIONAL RESOURCE: Find Out How to Build a Safer & Better Performing Portfolio using this FREE NEW Portfolio Builder Tool-----Follow Niels on Twitter, LinkedIn, YouTube or via the TTU website.IT's TRUE ? – most CIO's read 50+ books each year – get your FREE copy of the Ultimate Guide to the Best Investment Books ever written here.And you can get a free copy of my latest book “The Many Flavors of Trend Following” here.Learn more about the Trend Barometer here.Send your questions to email@example.comAnd please share this episode with a like-minded friend and leave an honest Rating & Review on iTunes or Spotify so more people can discover the podcast.Follow Cem on Twitter.Follow Christian on LinkedIn.Episode TimeStamps: 02:33 - Introduction to Christian Mueller-Glissmann04:05 - The global macro perspective08:13 - The changing relationship between stocks and bonds12:25 - Structural and cyclical issues21:35 - Is this inflation different?28:15 - The lag of structural effects32:04 - The age of abundance36:45 - Time to shift back to active management43:10 - The introduction of derivatives and how it affects the economy52:21 - A move away from bonds and how it will affect us01:00:06 - Does the interest cycle exist?01:00:52 - The Dynamic Balanced Bear01:03:21 - Final thoughts...
Eleanor Kaye, Executive Director of the Newton Venture Program. Program helping people from underestimated and overlooked backgrounds break into the venture capital industry and also advance their careers once they are in the venture capital industry.In today's episode, we discuss her journey in the venture capital industry and talk about some of the challenges in the industry and how the Newton Venture Program is curbing them. EPISODE HIGHLIGHTS[00:41] Eleanor's personal background & journey[06:17] What is the Newton Venture Program?[11:43] Who is the Newton Venture Program for?[15:35] Root problems of the diversity challenge in the industry?[19:02] Barriers into the VC industry blocking people from underestimated backgrounds[23:35] Are VC roles advertised or relationship-based?[26:55] Work experience's impact on role growth in the VC industry[29:42] Structural barriers within the VC industry preventing role-growth[33:02] Advice for founders fundraising from underestimated backgrounds[35:12] Eleanor's 10-year visionKEY LESSONS & QUOTES“I think there are misconceptions around venture capital. It's not a get-rich fast, side of a career.” [22:03]“Venture capitalists need to bring in specialist partners to be able to identify good products in these new trends” [30:4]“A massive step is understanding if you want more diverse candidates, then you're gonna have to go to the places that collect the diverse candidates, and that's very cool” [27:29]“It's not even about finding the roles, but it's how you stand out and I think that's quite difficult if you haven't got the background as an investment banker or, potentially, any experience in venture capital.” [27:56]Newton Venture Program - WebsiteSupport the show
Tanner and Anne found themselves disconnected and hopeless as Tanner struggled with chronic pain. In this episode, they share how Tanner healed from his pain, and how their relationship healed too. Both Social Workers, Tanner and Anne share a unique perspective how pain impacts not only the person suffering but also the relationship. In this episode we cover: - Relationship healing - Structural pain vs. somatic pain - Mind-body concerns - How understanding led to healing - Communication as a couple - Overcoming hardship as a couple Website: https://www.painpsychotherapy.ca/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/painpsychotherapy/ This podcast is for informational purposes only.
Friday's West Coast Cookbook & Speakeasy Podcast for our especially special Daily Special, Blue Moon Spirits Fridays, is now available on the Spreaker Player!Starting off in the Bistro Cafe, “The Republican Party knew that” their impeachment hearing “was cooked and done from the beginning,”Then, on the rest of the menu, a MAGA hat gunman is in custody after opening fire on dozens of protesters in New Mexico over the installation of a conquistador statue; Los Angeles police recovered a stolen 250-pound Japanese Buddha statue valued at $1.5 million and arrested a suspect, but mystery still shrouds the case; and, the governor of Indiana broke ground on a $1.2 billion state prison that will replace two others.After the break, we move to the Chef's Table where tens of thousands of women marched in cities across Latin America calling for abortion rights; and, a Swiss Academy of Sciences panel is reporting a dramatic acceleration of glacier melt in the Alpine country, which has lost ten percent of its ice volume in just two years.All that and more, on West Coast Cookbook & Speakeasy with Chef de Cuisine Justice Putnam.Bon Appétit!The Netroots Radio Live PlayerKeep Your Resistance Radio Beaming 24/7/365!“Structural linguistics is a bitterly divided and unhappy profession, and a large number of its practitioners spend many nights drowning their sorrows in Ouisghian Zodahs.”― Douglas Adams"The Restaurant at the End of the Universe"