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Threads of Enlightenment
My interview with Dr. William Attaway

Threads of Enlightenment

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 38:44


I interviewed Dr. William Attaway. Dr. Attaway is an author, entrepreneur, blogger, and speaker. He is a Leadership and Executive Coach for Catalytic Leadership, LLC, a company he founded to help leaders INTENTIONALLY grow and thrive, and a lead pastor that holds a Ph.D. in Old Testament (with an emphasis in Biblical Backgrounds and Archaeology), and is currently the Lead Pastor of Southview Community Church, a church in Herndon, Virginia (near Washington, D.C.) where he has served since 2004. Dr. Attaway is a John Maxwell Team certified speaker, coach, and trainer. He has taught courses in Old and New Testament Survey and the Pentateuch for Washington University of Virginia and Itawamba Community College. He worked for two seasons on the team of an archaeological dig at Tall el-Hammam in Jordan. In 2014 he published his first book, Lead: Leadership Lessons from the (Not So) Minor Prophets, and in 2022 his newest book, Catalytic Leadership. I encourage everyone to buy his book follow him and be transformed by his insights. Everyone has a story, and this is his story. Below are the sites that house his work. https://catalyticleadership.net/ (https://catalyticleadership.net/) https://www.facebook.com/williamattaway (https://www.facebook.com/williamattaway) https://www.linkedin.com/in/williamattaway/ (https://www.linkedin.com/in/williamattaway/) https://www.instagram.com/wattaway/ (https://www.instagram.com/wattaway/) https://twitter.com/WilliamAttaway (https://twitter.com/WilliamAttaway) Visit our Threads of Enlightenment store: https://threads-of-enlightenment.myshopify.com/ (https://threads-of-enlightenment.myshopify.com/) We shop worldwide to find some of the highest-quality and some limited hard-to-find products online for you. We work closely with many suppliers to get the lowest prices. Enjoy our store!!!!!!.

BCEN & Friends
Getting to know BCEN's 2022 Distinguished CPEN Award Winner (Jessica Evins)

BCEN & Friends

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 21:24


This episode of BCEN and Friends lets you meet our friend Jessica Evins. Jessica Evins is a registered nurse in the Pediatric Emergency Department at New York-Presbyterian Morgan Stanley Children's Hospital—the only Pediatric Level 1 trauma center in New York City. Jessica has worked in the Pediatric Emergency Department for her entire nursing career, beginning in 2014, and became a Certified Pediatric Emergency Nurse in 2016. Jessica is a strong advocate for simulation-based multidisciplinary education and serves on her department's simulation committee and as the co-chair of her hospital's vascular access committee. Jessica authored a pediatric emergency nursing handbook that is in use by her hospital and has presented and been an invited speaker on medical simulation and clinical debriefing at a number of national and international conferences—and has also advised business leaders on teamwork in high pressure settings. Jessica is passionate about expanding the roles of both palliative care and child life in the emergency department setting and also works as a sexual assault forensic examiner. Prior to becoming a nurse, Jessica was an aerospace engineer at the U.S. Navy's Naval Sea Systems Command, where she received the Navy Meritorious Civilian Service Award. Jessica holds a Bachelor of Science in engineering from Washington University in St. Louis and a Bachelor of Science in nursing from New York University. She resides in New York City with her husband, one year old daughter, and dog. Jessica is the recipient of the 2022 BCEN Distinguished CPEN award. Michael Dexter and Mark Eggers talk with Jessica, about being a pediatric nurse and what her role entails. Congratulations to Jessica Evins for being BCEN's 2022 Distinguished CPEN Award Winner This episode is called, Getting to know BCEN's 2022 Distinguished CPEN Award Winner Jessica Evins can be found on LinkedIn by searching for Jessica Evins

Common Law
S4 E11: Why Privacy Matters

Common Law

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 36:26


Don't care about information privacy because you have nothing to hide? Neil Richards, a law professor at the Washington University in St. Louis and a UVA Law alumnus, explains the extent to which companies mine data and seek to influence you, and why you should care.

Show Me the Science
Long COVID-19 a lasting battle for many

Show Me the Science

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 18:17


As many as 30% of those who get COVID-19 will continue to have problems in the weeks and months after their infections. Long COVID-19 is defined as a condition in which issues persist for at least three months. But for many, the difficulties last much longer. Extreme fatigue, shortness of breath and what many call brain fog lead the list of long-term complications. Some people also develop heart problems, diabetes, psychiatric issues and trouble with pain in the weeks and months following the initial illness. In this episode, we speak with Maureen Lyons, MD, an assistant professor of medicine and director of the Care & Recovery After COVID-19 Clinic at the School of Medicine. The clinic was designed specifically to work with so-called long-haulers. She says many of her patients are frustrated at their inability to get back to life as they knew it before COVID-19. We also hear from one of Lyons' patients, Michelle Wilson. She's a nurse who became ill with COVID-19 in November 2020 and is still having problems with fatigue, shortness of breath and other difficulties. And we'll hear from epidemiologist Ziyad Al-Aly, MD, an assistant professor of medicine at Washington University who treats patients in the Veterans Affairs St. Louis Health Care System. He has found that vaccination provides some protection against long COVID-19, but just as vaccinated people still can get breakthrough infections, they also can develop long COVID-19. It's not as common in vaccinated people, but there's still a significant risk. The podcast, “Show Me the Science,” is produced by the Office of Medical Public Affairs at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis.

The Great Simplification with Nate Hagens
Jason Bradford: “A Hybrid Path to the Future of Farming”

The Great Simplification with Nate Hagens

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 73:22


On this episode, Jason Bradford, who is an author, activist, farmer, and teacher, talks about the energy intensity of our modern industrial agriculture system.  How do we feed billions of people with depleting energy systems? How do we also protect existing biodiversity and ecosystem health? We also discuss what makes for healthy soil, why we're losing it, and how small farms can help get it back - while creating higher yields of healthier foods for fewer inputs.  About Jason Bradford: Jason Bradford has been affiliated with Post Carbon Institute since 2004, first as a Fellow and then as Board President. He grew up in the Bay Area of California and graduated from U.C. Davis with a B.S. in biology before earning his doctorate from Washington University in St. Louis, where he also taught ecology for a few years. After graduate school he worked for the Center for Conservation and Sustainable Development at the Missouri Botanical Garden, was a Visiting Scholar at U.C. Davis, and during that period co-founded the Andes Biodiversity and Ecosystem Research Group (ABERG). He decided to shift from academia to learn more about and practice sustainable agriculture, and in the process, completed six months of training with Ecology Action (aka GrowBiointensive) in Willits, California, and then founded Brookside School Farm.

Not Another Politics Podcast
Roe & Departure From Precedent In The Supreme Court

Not Another Politics Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 56:22


There's long been a belief that the Supreme Court rarely departs from precedent. But as the court appears to intend to strike down Roe, we're wondering what the data tell us about how consistent the Supreme Court has been at honoring precedent. And, is the Supreme Court more likely to depart from precedent in constitutional cases than other types? To break it all down, we spoke to Washington University law professor Lee Epstein, about her 2015 paper, "The Decision To Depart (or Not) From Constitutional Precedent: An Empirical Study of the Roberts Court", co-authored by William M. Landes and Adam Liptak.

That's Cool News | A weekly breakdown of positive Science & Tech news.
110. Perovskite Solar Cells Improved, Cancer Fighting Cells, Most Efficient Passenger Plane

That's Cool News | A weekly breakdown of positive Science & Tech news.

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 31:37


SHOW NOTES 01:50 The first perovskite solar cell with a commercially viable lifetime is here | Interesting Engineering  A team of researchers from Princeton University has built the first perovskite solar cells that last long enough to be commercially viable.Silicon-based cells, which many regard as an expensive and suboptimal component, have dominated the renewable energy market since their introduction in 1954. This new technology, which is not only incredibly durable but also meets common efficiency standards, has the potential to change that. Expected to outperform industry norms for roughly 30 years, well beyond the 20-year criterion for solar cell viability Perovskite solar cells are regarded as high-efficiency, low-cost modular technology for implementation in the renewable power industry. Less Energy = Less $$$ Would become more fragile in that case The name “perovskite” comes from the nickname for their crystal structure. Can be manufactured at room temperature, which means they need less energy than manufacturing silicon.  Can be modified to be flexible and transparent The new device created by these researchers estimated lifetime is a five-fold increase over the previous record, which was established by a lower efficiency perovskite solar cell in 2017. Additionally they created a new testing method allowing them to test the longevity of these particular types of solar cells. Ranging from a regular summer day's baseline temperature to an extreme of 230 degrees Fahrenheit (110 degrees Celsius). “accelerated aging technique” Chose four aging temperatures and measured outcomes over four independent data streams. Overall, they found that the device will run at or above 80 percent of its peak efficiency under continuous illumination for at least five years.According to the researchers, that is the equivalent of 30 years of outdoor operation in a city like Princeton, New Jersey.  Joseph Berry, a senior fellow at the National Renewable Energy Laboratory who was not involved in the study, said:“This paper is likely going to be a prototype for anyone looking to analyze performance at the intersection of efficiency and stability … By producing a prototype to study stability, and showing what can be extrapolated [through accelerated testing], it's doing the work everyone wants to see before we start field testing at scale. It allows you to project in a way that's really impressive."   07:36 Immunotherapy booster produces 10,000 times more cancer-fighting cells | New Atlas Researchers at Washington University in St. Louis have found that adding a booster protein can significantly improve the outcome of cancer immunotherapy.The research showed the protein produced 10,000 times more immune cells in mice, and all mice survived the entire experiment. We are talking about  CAR T cell immunotherapy, which is a promising new treatment where doctors extract T cells from a patient, genetically engineer them to target specific cancer cells, and return them to the body to hunt those cells down.  The effectiveness can start to drop over time. In the new study, the scientists investigated ways to combat this problem by boosting the number of T cells. Doesn't naturally stick around very long, so the researchers modified it to circulate in the body for weeks. They turned to a protein called interleukin-7 (IL-7), which the body naturally expresses to ramp up T cell production in the event of illness. The team tested this longer-lasting IL-7 in mouse models of lymphoma, administering the protein on various days after the initial CAR T cell injection.3 groups: 1.) Control (no immunotherapy), 2.) Received CAR T cell therapy without IL-7, and 3.) with IL-7 John DiPersio, senior author of the study, talks on the findings:“When we give a long-acting type of IL-7 to tumor-bearing immunodeficient mice soon after CAR T cell treatment, we see a dramatic expansion of these CAR-T cells greater than ten-thousandfold compared to mice not receiving IL-7 … These CAR T cells also persist longer and show dramatically increased anti-tumor activity.” Every mouse that received CAR T cell therapy and IL-7 survived the entire 175 days of the experiment, with their tumors shrinking to the point of being undetectable by day 35. In contrast, mice that received immunotherapy alone survived just 30 days on average. Human clinical trials of IL-7-boosted CAR T cell therapy are set to begin soon in patients with a type of lymphoma.   12:29 Study identifies receptor that could alleviate need for chemo, radiation pre-T cell therapy | ScienceDaily   Before a patient can undergo T cell therapy designed to target cancerous tumors, the patient's entire immune system must be destroyed with chemotherapy or radiation.Reducing your immune cells helps the transferred T cells to be more effective.  Toxic Side Effects: nausea, extreme fatigue and hair loss. Now a research team ,a collaboration between scientists from UCLA, Stanford and the University of Pennsylvania, has shown that a synthetic IL-9 receptor allows those cancer-fighting T cells to do their work without the need for chemo or radiation. Christopher Garcia, PhD, at Stanford, talks on these T cells:“When T cells are signaling through the synthetic IL-9 receptor, they gain new functions that help them not only outcompete the existing immune system but also kill cancer cells more efficiently … I have a patient right now struggling through toxic chemotherapy just to wipe out his existing immune system so T cell therapy can have a fighting chance. But with this technology you might give T cell therapy without having to wipe out the immune system beforehand." Imagine being able to receive this treatment without destroying your whole body. The body would be in a much better position to fight off any other outside problem. Antoni Ribas, MD, PhD, a senior investigator on the study, believes this finding, “opens a door for us to be able to give T cells a lot like we give a blood transfusion." Back in 2018 a set of researchers found that a synthetic cell growth cytokine could be used to stimulate T cells engineered with a matching synthetic receptor. With this system, T cells can be manipulated even after they have been given to a patient. But they were looking at IL-2 back then, but now they started investigating IL-9. The synthetic IL-9 signal made T cells take on a unique mix of both stem-cell and killer-like qualities that made them more robust in fighting tumors. According to the researchers, "In one of our cancer models, we cured over half the mice that were treated with the synthetic IL-9 receptor T cells."Proved to be effective in multiple systems The process worked whether they gave the cytokine to the whole mouse or directly to the tumor   17:34 Astronomers Unveil The Most Detailed Map of The Metal Asteroid Psyche Yet | ScienceAlert  The asteroid Psyche is especially interesting, and NASA is sending a mission to investigate the unusual chunk of rock.In advance of that mission, a team of researchers combined observations of Psyche from an array of telescopes and constructed a map of the asteroid's surface. Psyche (16 Psyche) is an M-type asteroid, which is the rarest type of asteroid and makes up about 8 percent of known asteroids.Contain more metal than the other asteroid types, and scientists think they're the source of iron meteorites that fall to Earth. Called a dwarf planet because it's about 220 kilometers (140 mi) in diameter.  Psyche is sometimes called the 'Gold-mine asteroid' because of the wealth of iron and nickel it contains NASA wants to take a closer look at the asteroid.The mission is called Psyche and is scheduled for launch sometime in fall 2022.  The spacecraft will rely on solar-electric propulsion and a gravity-assist maneuver with Mars to arrive at Psyche in 2026. It'll spend 21 months studying the asteroid and will follow four separate orbital paths, each successive one closer than the previous. A team of researchers constructed a new map of Psyche's surface to help prepare for the mission.  Saverio Cambioni from MIT's Department of Earth said in a press release:“Psyche's surface is very heterogeneous … It's an evolved surface, and these maps confirm that metal-rich asteroids are interesting enigmatic worlds. It's another reason to look forward to the Psyche mission going to the asteroid." The new map is based on two types of measurements. Pure iron has an infinite dielectric constant.  One is thermal inertia, which is how long a material takes to reach the temperature of its environment. Higher thermal inertia means it takes longer. The second is the dielectric constant. The dielectric constant describes how well a material conducts heat, electricity, or sound. A material with a low dielectric constant conducts poorly and is a good insulator and vice versa. Combining thermal inertia and dielectric constant measurements gives a good idea of which surface regions on Psyche are rich in iron and other metals. Overall, the study shows that 16 Psyche's surface is covered in a large variety of materials. It also adds to other evidence showing that the asteroid is metal-rich, though the abundance of metals and silicates varies significantly in different regions.   22:39 World's most efficient passenger plane gets hydrogen powertrain | New Atlas  The Celera 500L is a remarkable design, and according to the company behind it, Otto Aviation, its odd shape delivers an astonishing 59 percent reduction in drag, and a massive leap in efficiency and range compared to traditional plane geometries. Otto claims the Celera 500L in standard fossil fuel-propelled form is "the most fuel-efficient, commercially viable business aircraft in the world."The whole thing is designed to maximize laminar flow – smooth layers of airflow with little to no mixing of adjacent layers moving at different speeds. Trying to avoid the swirls and eddies that lead to air turbulence at speed, causing aerodynamic drag and wasted energy. The company states that it uses 80 percent less fuel than a traditional design. Running on an efficient 550-horsepower combustion engine, Otto claims this thing will fly six passengers up to 4,500 nautical miles (8,334 km) at cruise speeds over 460 mph (740 km/h), challenging small business jets for top speed while more than doubling their range.A glide ratio of 22:1 allows pilots to switch off the engine altogether and glide for up to 120 miles (200 km) completely unpowered. Now the rich people who fly around in their CO2 producing private jets can make a change…will they? Otto has built a full-scale prototype, and by November last year the company announced it had completed some 55 successful test flights, reaching speeds over 250 mph (400 km/h) and altitudes up to 15,000 ft, and that "all test flights have validated the aircraft's operating performance goals." Otto has now announced a collaboration with hydrogen aviation pioneers ZeroAvia to develop a fuel cell-electric powertrain specific to the Celera's requirements.The shape works well with a hydrogen concept – hydrogen powertrains can weigh much less than battery-electric ones, but they tend to take up a bit of space. ZeroAvia is being relatively humble with its ambitions to begin with, aiming for a range of just 1,000 nautical miles (1,852 km) of zero-emissions range for a hydrogen-fueled Celera. Founder and CEO of ZeroAvia, Val Miftakhov, said in a press release:“The majority of our commercial deals to date have focused on retrofit and line-fit for existing airframes, which is essential to deliver zero-emission flight to market as quickly as possible. However, efficiency gains from new airframe design can expand the impact of zero-emission aviation. We are pleased to collaborate with innovators, like Otto Aviation, bringing cutting-edge clean sheet designs to market as we can optimize the hydrogen-electric propulsion system for those designs.” Otto has already shown it can complete successful flights of their fossil fuel plane, but we will wait and see how this partnership pans out.

TNT Radio
Daniel McCarthy on The Hrvoje Morić Show - 17 June 2022

TNT Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022 55:40


GUEST OVERVIEW: Daniel McCarthy is the editor of Modern Age: A Conservative Review, and Editor-at-Large of The American Conservative. His writing has appeared in many mainstream, conservative, and libertarian publications. Dan is director of the Robert Novak Journalism Fellowship Program at the Fund for American Studies. Outside of journalism he has worked as internet communications coordinator for the Ron Paul 2008 presidential campaign and as senior editor of ISI Books. He is a graduate of Washington University in St. Louis, where he studied classics. 

Axial Podcast
Machine Learning-Assisted Directed Evolution with Bruce Wittmann

Axial Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 56:45


We discuss Bruce's career from being pre-med and getting into research while at Washington University in St. Louis to working at Intrexon and going to grad school at Caltech afterwards. While at Intrexon, he saw the need for better tools to scale biology and decided to go to Caltech to pursue his ideas. At Caltech, he was advised by Prof. Frances Arnold, who pioneered the protein engineering technique "directed evolution" that eventually led to her winning the Nobel Prize in Chemistry in 2018. While a member of the Arnold Lab, Bruce was part of a group bringing machine learning to protein engineering and directed evolution; over the course of 5 years, Bruce did some incredible work in grad school. A key paper was published in Cell around machine learning-assisted directed protein evolution: https://www.cell.com/cell-systems/fulltext/S2405-4712(21)00286-6 You can also read his graduate dissertation here: https://thesis.library.caltech.edu/14631/ Beyond his research and numerous papers, we also discuss the broader field of protein engineering and ML and his perspective on new opportunities in comp bio and protein design. On top of all of this great work, Bruce along with several people from the Arnold Lab maintain one of the best documented GitHub repos in bio: https://github.com/fhalab/MLDE. A favorite quote of mine after speaking with Bruce is around his goal to build tools that "are accessible to as many people as possible."

Inside Schizophrenia
What Is “High Functioning” Schizophrenia?

Inside Schizophrenia

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 48:58


“High functioning schizophrenia” is not a clinical diagnosis, but it is a term that is heard often when describing how someone is managing life with schizophrenia. So what exactly does that mean? What criteria do you have to meet to be considered “high functioning”? Host Rachel Star Withers, a diagnosed schizophrenic, and co-host Gabe Howard delve into these intense subjects in this episode of Inside Schizophrenia.  Dr. Matthew Smith joins us who is a Professor of Social Work at the University of Michigan and a researcher of high functioning schizophrenia. To learn more, or read the transcript, please visit the show's official episode page. Guest Bio Matthew J. Smith, PhD, MSW, MPE, LCSW, received his PhD from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and completed post-doctoral fellowships in psychiatric epidemiology and biostatistics at Washington University in St. Louis and in translational neuroscience at Northwestern University. Dr. Smith also completed a fellowship on leading randomized controlled trials to evaluate behavioral interventions through the Office of Behavioral and Social Science Research, National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute. His primary research interests focus on developing and evaluating technology-based interventions that can be delivered in high schools, community mental health agencies and prisons to improve employment and mental health outcomes for transition-age youth with educational disabilities, adults with severe mental illness and/or other disabilities, and returning citizens. Dr. Smith is currently the principal investigator on five projects funded by the National Institute of Mental Health, the National Institute of Justice, the Kessler Foundation and the Michigan Institute for Clinical & Health Research. See research link below for more information on these projects. Dr. Smith's research team includes full-time staff, postdocs and graduate students. Please email smithumlab@umich.edu about opportunities to join the research team. Inside Schizophrenia Podcast Hosts Rachel Star Withers creates videos documenting her schizophrenia, ways to manage and let others like her know they are not alone and can still live an amazing life. She has written Lil Broken Star: Understanding Schizophrenia for Kids and a tool for schizophrenics, To See in the Dark: Hallucination and Delusion Journal. Fun Fact: She has wrestled alligators. To learn more about Rachel, please visit her website, RachelStarLive.com. Gabe Howard is an award-winning writer and speaker who lives with bipolar disorder. He is the author of the popular book, "Mental Illness is an Asshole and other Observations," available from Amazon; signed copies are also available directly from the author. Gabe makes his home in the suburbs of Columbus, Ohio. He lives with his supportive wife, Kendall, and a Miniature Schnauzer dog that he never wanted, but now can't imagine life without. To learn more about Gabe, please visit his website, gabehoward.com.

The Green Building Matters Podcast with Charlie Cichetti
Sustainability Partner for the Real Estate and Workplace Services team at Google | Lauren Sparandara, LEED Fellow

The Green Building Matters Podcast with Charlie Cichetti

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 34:10


Lauren Sparandara has over 15 years of experience as a green building leader where she has been a champion for green building projects in California and across the globe. For the past eight years she has worked for Google's Real Estate and Workplace Services team where she is currently a Bay Area Sustainability Partner. In her role she advances Google's efforts to optimize our built environments for the health and performance of Googlers and the natural environment. For the six years prior to Google, she was a Senior Green Building Consultant for the DNV GL Group. Mrs. Sparandara obtained her environmental management degree from Yale University and her architecture degree from Washington University in St. Louis. She is a LEED Fellow and Living Future Hero. She has taught many green building courses and contributed to a variety of green building publications, blogs and podcasts. Over her career, she has volunteered with sustainability rebuilding efforts at Historic Green in New Orleans, was appointed to be part of the City of Mountain View's Sustainability Task Force, and was a member of the USGBC Materials and Resources Tag. Show Highlights A visionary approach to thinking about buildings. The challenge and honor of working at a place like Google with regard to green building projects and opportunity.   Lauren unpacks her role as Bay Area Sustainability Partner within the Real Estate and Workplace Services team at Google to unite workstreams.  Determine best practices and minimum sustainability building goals on diverse projects. Key components to circularity and sustainability.  The exciting challenge of building and selecting materials to meet California and Google mandates.  Work towards the interconnected components of the sustainability spectrum.  Lauren shares a powerful list of women who supported her journey to becoming a LEED Fellow.  “We want to stay focused on this idea of how interconnected everything is.  I think sustainability professionals are really smart and experienced at this, but we don't want to lose sight of the other elements like circularity, health, materials, ecology, biodiversity, water. All these different components of sustainability.” -Lauren Sparandara Get the episode transcript here!! Lauren Sparandara 's Show Resource and Information LinkedIn Bay View and Charleston East - Google Real Estate Impact Networks: Create Connection The Ezra Klein Show on Apple Podcasts NPR Podcasts & Shows Amory Lovins: Books  William McDonough: Books Connect with Charlie Cichetti and GBES Charlie on LinkedIn Green Building Educational Services GBES on Twitter Connect on LinkedIn Like on Facebook Google+ GBES Pinterest Pins GBES on Instagram   GBES is excited our membership community is growing. Consider joining our membership community as members are given access to some of the guests on the podcasts that you can ask project questions. If you are preparing for an exam, there will be more assurance that you will pass your next exam, you will be given cliff notes if you are a member, and so much more. Go to www.gbes.com/join to learn more about the 4 different levels of access to this one-of-a-kind career-advancing green building community!   If you truly enjoyed the show, don't forget to leave a positive rating and review on iTunes.  We have prepared more episodes for the upcoming weeks, so come by again next week! Thank you for tuning in to the Green Building Matters Podcast!   Copyright © 2022 GBES

New Books in Economics
Michael Munger, "The Sharing Economy: Its Pitfalls and Promises" (Institute of Economic Affairs, 2021)

New Books in Economics

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 55:36


Transactions have always taken place. For hundreds of years that 'place' was a market or, more recently, a shopping mall. But in the past two decades these physical locations have increasingly been replaced by their virtual counterparts - online platforms. In this book Michael Munger explains how these platforms act as matchmakers or middlemen, a role traders have adopted since the very first exchanges thousands of years ago. The difference today is that the matchmakers often play no direct part in buying or selling anything - they just help buyers and sellers find each other. Their major contribution has been to reduce the costs of organizing and completing purchases, rentals or exchanges. The Sharing Economy: Its Pitfalls and Promises (Institute of Economic Affairs, 2021) contends that the key role of online platforms is to create reductions in transaction costs and it highlights the importance of three 'Ts' - triangulation, transfer and trust - in bringing down those costs. Professor Munger trained as an economist at Washington University in St. Louis under Nobel Prize-winning economic historian Douglass North. He has published prolifically across disciplines in the areas of political economy and public choice, and is now a professor of political science at Duke University, with secondary appointments in economics and public policy.  Professor Munger is also an avowed libertarian, and has stood for office as a candidate of the Libertarian Party. In our interview, he explains how the emergence of the platform economy creates concentrations of economic power that are just as concerning to him as concentrations of political power.  He also explains how thinking through the many changes and disruptions in our working lives that will result from the platform economy has led him to the view that Universal Basic Income and single-payer healthcare are necessary to creating the kind of free and prosperous society that he and other libertarians want. Host Peter Lorentzen is an Associate Professor in the Department of Economics at the University of San Francisco, where he leads a new Master's program in Applied Economics that trains students in the skills of data analytics needed to understand, succeed in, or make positive changes to the evolving digital platform economy. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/economics

New Books in Political Science
Michael Munger, "The Sharing Economy: Its Pitfalls and Promises" (Duke UP, 2021)

New Books in Political Science

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 55:36


Transactions have always taken place. For hundreds of years that 'place' was a market or, more recently, a shopping mall. But in the past two decades these physical locations have increasingly been replaced by their virtual counterparts - online platforms. In this book Michael Munger explains how these platforms act as matchmakers or middlemen, a role traders have adopted since the very first exchanges thousands of years ago. The difference today is that the matchmakers often play no direct part in buying or selling anything - they just help buyers and sellers find each other. Their major contribution has been to reduce the costs of organizing and completing purchases, rentals or exchanges. The Sharing Economy: Its Pitfalls and Promises (Duke UP, 2021) contends that the key role of online platforms is to create reductions in transaction costs and it highlights the importance of three 'Ts' - triangulation, transfer and trust - in bringing down those costs. Professor Munger trained as an economist at Washington University in St. Louis under Nobel Prize-winning economic historian Douglass North. He has published prolifically across disciplines in the areas of political economy and public choice, and is now a professor of political science at Duke University, with secondary appointments in economics and public policy.  Professor Munger is also an avowed libertarian, and has stood for office as a candidate of the Libertarian Party. In our interview, he explains how the emergence of the platform economy creates concentrations of economic power that are just as concerning to him as concentrations of political power.  He also explains how thinking through the many changes and disruptions in our working lives that will result from the platform economy has led him to the view that Universal Basic Income and single-payer healthcare are necessary to creating the kind of free and prosperous society that he and other libertarians want. Host Peter Lorentzen is an Associate Professor in the Department of Economics at the University of San Francisco, where he leads a new Master's program in Applied Economics that trains students in the skills of data analytics needed to understand, succeed in, or make positive changes to the evolving digital platform economy. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/political-science

New Books Network
Michael Munger, "The Sharing Economy: Its Pitfalls and Promises" (Duke UP, 2021)

New Books Network

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 55:36


Transactions have always taken place. For hundreds of years that 'place' was a market or, more recently, a shopping mall. But in the past two decades these physical locations have increasingly been replaced by their virtual counterparts - online platforms. In this book Michael Munger explains how these platforms act as matchmakers or middlemen, a role traders have adopted since the very first exchanges thousands of years ago. The difference today is that the matchmakers often play no direct part in buying or selling anything - they just help buyers and sellers find each other. Their major contribution has been to reduce the costs of organizing and completing purchases, rentals or exchanges. The Sharing Economy: Its Pitfalls and Promises (Duke UP, 2021) contends that the key role of online platforms is to create reductions in transaction costs and it highlights the importance of three 'Ts' - triangulation, transfer and trust - in bringing down those costs. Professor Munger trained as an economist at Washington University in St. Louis under Nobel Prize-winning economic historian Douglass North. He has published prolifically across disciplines in the areas of political economy and public choice, and is now a professor of political science at Duke University, with secondary appointments in economics and public policy.  Professor Munger is also an avowed libertarian, and has stood for office as a candidate of the Libertarian Party. In our interview, he explains how the emergence of the platform economy creates concentrations of economic power that are just as concerning to him as concentrations of political power.  He also explains how thinking through the many changes and disruptions in our working lives that will result from the platform economy has led him to the view that Universal Basic Income and single-payer healthcare are necessary to creating the kind of free and prosperous society that he and other libertarians want. Host Peter Lorentzen is an Associate Professor in the Department of Economics at the University of San Francisco, where he leads a new Master's program in Applied Economics that trains students in the skills of data analytics needed to understand, succeed in, or make positive changes to the evolving digital platform economy. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network

New Books in Public Policy
Michael Munger, "The Sharing Economy: Its Pitfalls and Promises" (Duke UP, 2021)

New Books in Public Policy

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 55:36


Transactions have always taken place. For hundreds of years that 'place' was a market or, more recently, a shopping mall. But in the past two decades these physical locations have increasingly been replaced by their virtual counterparts - online platforms. In this book Michael Munger explains how these platforms act as matchmakers or middlemen, a role traders have adopted since the very first exchanges thousands of years ago. The difference today is that the matchmakers often play no direct part in buying or selling anything - they just help buyers and sellers find each other. Their major contribution has been to reduce the costs of organizing and completing purchases, rentals or exchanges. The Sharing Economy: Its Pitfalls and Promises (Duke UP, 2021) contends that the key role of online platforms is to create reductions in transaction costs and it highlights the importance of three 'Ts' - triangulation, transfer and trust - in bringing down those costs. Professor Munger trained as an economist at Washington University in St. Louis under Nobel Prize-winning economic historian Douglass North. He has published prolifically across disciplines in the areas of political economy and public choice, and is now a professor of political science at Duke University, with secondary appointments in economics and public policy.  Professor Munger is also an avowed libertarian, and has stood for office as a candidate of the Libertarian Party. In our interview, he explains how the emergence of the platform economy creates concentrations of economic power that are just as concerning to him as concentrations of political power.  He also explains how thinking through the many changes and disruptions in our working lives that will result from the platform economy has led him to the view that Universal Basic Income and single-payer healthcare are necessary to creating the kind of free and prosperous society that he and other libertarians want. Host Peter Lorentzen is an Associate Professor in the Department of Economics at the University of San Francisco, where he leads a new Master's program in Applied Economics that trains students in the skills of data analytics needed to understand, succeed in, or make positive changes to the evolving digital platform economy. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/public-policy

New Books in Science, Technology, and Society
Michael Munger, "The Sharing Economy: Its Pitfalls and Promises" (Duke UP, 2021)

New Books in Science, Technology, and Society

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 55:36


Transactions have always taken place. For hundreds of years that 'place' was a market or, more recently, a shopping mall. But in the past two decades these physical locations have increasingly been replaced by their virtual counterparts - online platforms. In this book Michael Munger explains how these platforms act as matchmakers or middlemen, a role traders have adopted since the very first exchanges thousands of years ago. The difference today is that the matchmakers often play no direct part in buying or selling anything - they just help buyers and sellers find each other. Their major contribution has been to reduce the costs of organizing and completing purchases, rentals or exchanges. The Sharing Economy: Its Pitfalls and Promises (Duke UP, 2021) contends that the key role of online platforms is to create reductions in transaction costs and it highlights the importance of three 'Ts' - triangulation, transfer and trust - in bringing down those costs. Professor Munger trained as an economist at Washington University in St. Louis under Nobel Prize-winning economic historian Douglass North. He has published prolifically across disciplines in the areas of political economy and public choice, and is now a professor of political science at Duke University, with secondary appointments in economics and public policy.  Professor Munger is also an avowed libertarian, and has stood for office as a candidate of the Libertarian Party. In our interview, he explains how the emergence of the platform economy creates concentrations of economic power that are just as concerning to him as concentrations of political power.  He also explains how thinking through the many changes and disruptions in our working lives that will result from the platform economy has led him to the view that Universal Basic Income and single-payer healthcare are necessary to creating the kind of free and prosperous society that he and other libertarians want. Host Peter Lorentzen is an Associate Professor in the Department of Economics at the University of San Francisco, where he leads a new Master's program in Applied Economics that trains students in the skills of data analytics needed to understand, succeed in, or make positive changes to the evolving digital platform economy. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/science-technology-and-society

New Books in Economic and Business History
Michael Munger, "The Sharing Economy: Its Pitfalls and Promises" (Duke UP, 2021)

New Books in Economic and Business History

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 55:36


Transactions have always taken place. For hundreds of years that 'place' was a market or, more recently, a shopping mall. But in the past two decades these physical locations have increasingly been replaced by their virtual counterparts - online platforms. In this book Michael Munger explains how these platforms act as matchmakers or middlemen, a role traders have adopted since the very first exchanges thousands of years ago. The difference today is that the matchmakers often play no direct part in buying or selling anything - they just help buyers and sellers find each other. Their major contribution has been to reduce the costs of organizing and completing purchases, rentals or exchanges. The Sharing Economy: Its Pitfalls and Promises (Duke UP, 2021) contends that the key role of online platforms is to create reductions in transaction costs and it highlights the importance of three 'Ts' - triangulation, transfer and trust - in bringing down those costs. Professor Munger trained as an economist at Washington University in St. Louis under Nobel Prize-winning economic historian Douglass North. He has published prolifically across disciplines in the areas of political economy and public choice, and is now a professor of political science at Duke University, with secondary appointments in economics and public policy.  Professor Munger is also an avowed libertarian, and has stood for office as a candidate of the Libertarian Party. In our interview, he explains how the emergence of the platform economy creates concentrations of economic power that are just as concerning to him as concentrations of political power.  He also explains how thinking through the many changes and disruptions in our working lives that will result from the platform economy has led him to the view that Universal Basic Income and single-payer healthcare are necessary to creating the kind of free and prosperous society that he and other libertarians want. Host Peter Lorentzen is an Associate Professor in the Department of Economics at the University of San Francisco, where he leads a new Master's program in Applied Economics that trains students in the skills of data analytics needed to understand, succeed in, or make positive changes to the evolving digital platform economy. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

New Books in Business, Management, and Marketing
Michael Munger, "The Sharing Economy: Its Pitfalls and Promises" (Duke UP, 2021)

New Books in Business, Management, and Marketing

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 55:36


Transactions have always taken place. For hundreds of years that 'place' was a market or, more recently, a shopping mall. But in the past two decades these physical locations have increasingly been replaced by their virtual counterparts - online platforms. In this book Michael Munger explains how these platforms act as matchmakers or middlemen, a role traders have adopted since the very first exchanges thousands of years ago. The difference today is that the matchmakers often play no direct part in buying or selling anything - they just help buyers and sellers find each other. Their major contribution has been to reduce the costs of organizing and completing purchases, rentals or exchanges. The Sharing Economy: Its Pitfalls and Promises (Duke UP, 2021) contends that the key role of online platforms is to create reductions in transaction costs and it highlights the importance of three 'Ts' - triangulation, transfer and trust - in bringing down those costs. Professor Munger trained as an economist at Washington University in St. Louis under Nobel Prize-winning economic historian Douglass North. He has published prolifically across disciplines in the areas of political economy and public choice, and is now a professor of political science at Duke University, with secondary appointments in economics and public policy.  Professor Munger is also an avowed libertarian, and has stood for office as a candidate of the Libertarian Party. In our interview, he explains how the emergence of the platform economy creates concentrations of economic power that are just as concerning to him as concentrations of political power.  He also explains how thinking through the many changes and disruptions in our working lives that will result from the platform economy has led him to the view that Universal Basic Income and single-payer healthcare are necessary to creating the kind of free and prosperous society that he and other libertarians want. Host Peter Lorentzen is an Associate Professor in the Department of Economics at the University of San Francisco, where he leads a new Master's program in Applied Economics that trains students in the skills of data analytics needed to understand, succeed in, or make positive changes to the evolving digital platform economy. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

TalkingHeadz on enterprise communications
Coaching Tips from Marc Bernstein at Balto

TalkingHeadz on enterprise communications

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2022 44:14


Dave and Evan  discuss how Balto can improve CX with automated coaching with Founder and CEO Marc Bernstein.   Marc Bernstein is the Founder and CEO of Balto, which offers real-time automated guidance for contact center agents.Like most founders, Marc has made his share of mistakes. In particular, he noticed as a technology sales rep, that many of his mistakes were preventable - not to mention costly. Marc thought there should be a better way, that tech maybe tech can help. That's when Marc realized he needed to start Balto. Balto listens to the call and offers real-time and post-call services.Marc graduated from Washington University in St. Louis with a degree in Marketing, Psychology, and Entrepreneurship, and is on a mission to transform how organizations communicate with their customers.

Brawn Body Health and Fitness Podcast
Ruth Jaane & Dr. Sierra Bains: The Complete Guide to Glute Training

Brawn Body Health and Fitness Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2022 45:18


In this episode of the Brawn Body Health and Fitness Podcast, Dan is joined by Ruth Jaane and Dr. Sierra Bains, DPT to discuss glute training tips and techniques. Ruth Jaane is a certified personal trainer who focuses primarily on glute growth and training. Ruth has been active in fitness since she was 12 years old. She has learned first-hand how difficult it can be to grow your legs/glutes, and thus has made it her #1 priority to understand why and what approach is best for each individual. For more on Ruth, you can find her on social media @ruthjaane on TikTok and @ruth.jaane on Instagram Dr. Sierra Bains is a licensed Doctor of Physical Therapy, recently graduated from Washington University in St. Louis. She is also a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist and Online Fitness Coach who is dedicated to helping others find alignment in body, mind, and spirit. Having experienced her own challenges with autoimmune disease and adverse reactions to past medications, Dr. Bains is passionate about investigating the root causes of pain and disease. She believes in the body's power to heal intrinsically and hopes to empower, educate, and treat chronic illness to heal individuals fully. For more on Sierra, you can find her on Instagram @sierratrains  Recently, I featured Dr. Brian LeRiche on the podcast, where we discussed Performance Redefined. I have a question... Do YOU want to save BIG on the Performance Redefined course? Use coupon code BRAWNBODY to save 15% at checkout! Click HERE to sign up if you are a current student: https://www.performanceredefined.net/a/2147509925/x9h83FF2 ... Click HERE to sign up if you are an active professional paying for the course in full: https://www.performanceredefined.net/a/2147510108/x9h83FF2 ... or Click HERE if you are an active professional paying for the course via the monthly payment option: https://www.performanceredefined.net/a/2147510109/x9h83FF2  To keep up to date with everything we are currently doing on the podcast, be sure to subscribe and follow @brawnbody on social media!  This episode is brought to you by CTM band recovery products - the EXACT soft tissue recovery technology used by Dan. CTM Band was founded by Dr. Kyle Bowling, a sports medicine practitioner who treats professional athletes (and was a guest on the Brawn Body Podcast!).  You can check out their website here: https://ctm.band/collections/ctm-band ... while you're there, be sure to use the coupon code "BRAWN10" for 10% off!  This episode is also brought to you by Ice shaker! Use our affiliate link to help support future podcast episodes and development by clicking here:  https://www.iceshaker.com?sca_ref=1520881.zOJLysQzKe  Interested in purchasing a red-light therapy device?? Use the brand Dan recommends - hooga health! You can use the coupon code "brawn" to save BIG at checkout! Check out their website here: https://hoogahealth.com/  Make sure you SHARE this episode with a friend who could benefit from the information we shared!  Check out everything Dan is up to, including blog posts, fitness programs, and more by clicking here: https://linktr.ee/brawnbodytraining  Liked this episode? Leave a 5-star review on your favorite podcast platform! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/daniel-braun/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/daniel-braun/support

Broken Brain with Dhru Purohit
Are You Eating Enough Protein for Optimal Health?

Broken Brain with Dhru Purohit

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 13, 2022 27:42


This episode is brought to you by InsideTracker and HigherDOSE.Skeletal muscle is a widely overlooked part of our metabolic health. From how well we control glucose and insulin to how well we age, skeletal muscle regulates many processes. One of the most important factors for how much muscle we create and retain is our protein intake, which has become a divisive topic in the nutrition world and one still hotly debated in some dietary camps.On today's mini-episode, we are featuring key takeaways on the topics of longevity, muscle, and protein from one of our most popular interviews this year with Dr. Gabrielle Lyon. In this episode we dive into:-The importance of muscle when it comes to our health, especially for women-The connection between muscle and metabolic health-Myths about dietary protein -Why breakfast is the most important meal of the day-What women need to know about fasting Dr. Lyon is a Washington University fellowship-trained physician in Nutritional Science and Geriatrics and is board certified in Family Medicine. She is the founder of the Institute for Muscle Centric-Medicine and has a private practice that services leaders, innovators, mavericks, and executives in a number of fields. In addition, Dr. Lyon also works closely with special-operations military personnel. Her goal is to change the paradigm of medicine from obesity-focused to muscle-centric and change the way we think about health and medicine with high scientific integrity. Listen to the full episode here.For more on Dr. Gabrielle Lyon, follow her on Instagram @drgabriellelyon, Facebook @doctorgabriellelyon, Twitter @drgabriellelyon, YouTube @drgabriellelyon, and through her website, drgabriellelyon.com. Check out her podcast, The Gabrielle Lyon Show, here.This episode is brought to you by InsideTracker and HigherDOSE.InsideTracker provides detailed nutrition and lifestyle guidance based on your individual needs. Right now, they're offering my podcast community 20% off. Just go to insidetracker.com/DHRU to get your discount and try it out for yourself.The Infrared Sauna Blanket from HigherDOSE gives you all the benefits of infrared in an easy-to-use, portable blanket at a much lower cost than a stand-alone sauna. Right now, you can get 15% off your own Infrared Sauna Blanket at HigherDOSE.com with my exclusive promo code DHRU15. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

The Nurse Keith Show
The Fascinating Career Journey of a Dynamic and Forward-Thinking Nurse Practitioner

The Nurse Keith Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 10, 2022 55:21


On episode 373 of The Nurse Keith Show nursing and healthcare career podcast, Keith interviews Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner Claire Afua Ellerbrock, DNP, APRN, PMHNP-BC, regarding her fascinating career journey. Keith and Claire discuss the challenges faced by new NPs, underserved populations, Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT) for substance use disorders, tribal health, and the trend toward the DNP. Also discussed is Claire's business, NP for NPs, and her signature Transition to Practice online course for new NPs. Claire Ellerbrock is a Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner in Columbus, Ohio. Claire found that while her graduate program prepared her for being a nurse practitioner, she could have benefitted from more support in the transition period into practice. This realization led her to create NP for NPs: Nurtured Path For Nurse Practitioners, an online course and coaching program that guides NP students and recent grads in the transition period from graduation into practice. Claire provides resources about board certification and licensure, how to effectively interview, negotiate job offer contracts, and find clinical support once in the role. Her vision is to help empower all NPs to recognize their value and agency in practice. Claire is also passionate about health equity and providing quality mental health care to marginalized and under-served populations. Claire received her DNP from Kent State University, MSN from Case Western Reserve University, and BA in Psychology from Washington University in St Louis. Connect with Claire Ellerbrock: NPforNPs.com LinkedIn Instagram Facebook YouTube Nurse Keith is a holistic career coach for nurses, professional podcaster, published author, award-winning blogger, inspiring keynote speaker, and successful nurse entrepreneur.  The Nurse Keith Show is a proud member of The Health Podcast Network, one of the largest and fastest-growing collections of authoritative, high-quality podcasts taking on the tough topics in health and care with empathy, expertise, and a commitment to excellence. This episode is sponsored by Picmonic,com, and TrueLearn.com, where nursing students can prepare for the NCLEX licensing exam by accessing TrueLearn's hundreds of questions written by content experts and mapped to the NCLEX-RN Blueprint, as well as Picmonic's memorable stories, characters, and mnemonics that assist in memorization and learning the tough topics. Check out Picmonic.com and TrueLearn.com and use discount code NURSEKEITH for 20% off of either or both services! Connect with Nurse Keith: NurseKeith.com Facebook Twitter.com Instagram LinkedIn

Jewish Education Experience Podcast
Creating "Engineers" of Jewish Education with Rabbi Evan Weiner

Jewish Education Experience Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 9, 2022 40:24


Rabbi Evan Weiner is the Judaic Studies Instructional Coach at Ohr Chadash Academy in Baltimore, MD. Rabbi Weiner holds a BA in Jewish, Islamic, and Near Eastern Studies from Washington University in St. Louis, MO as well as a Masters of Jewish Education from Yeshiva University's Azrieli School of Jewish Education. He also serves as the Educational Director of NCSY Camp Sports. Through his involvement with JNTP (The Jewish New Teacher Project), he mentors other Jewish educators. In his teaching and his work as educational director, Rabbi Weiner has demonstrated a strong sense of leadership with a track record of inspiring both students and fellow teachers to perform on the highest level.           Gems:What students are taught and how they're taught has tremendous impacts on our students' identity.Invest in professional growth.Embrace the challenge and work around it. There's more than one way to do things.Expect the best from your students, but also recognize what they need.Think deeply about the choices you make as an educator.Teach your students that we can have a deep relationship with G-d.Speak about G-d.Talk about our own relationship with G-d.Davening/prayer can become a conduit for developing mindfulness and fostering connection with G-d.Foster a sense of dedication to learning Torah.The lessons taught will be applied to their lives.Mentorship is so important.Find a mentor who can help you explore the things deep inside of you.Reflect on your experiences.Every day can be the first day of the rest of the year.You can always reset.Remember that we work with other educators and administrators to teach students.Involve your students.Foster greater commitment and Jewish identity.Empower your students the skills to deeply and meaningfully engage with Judaism.Amazon We receive a small commission for any items purchased through my Amazon link.Buzzsprout - Let's get your podcast launched! Start for FREEDisclaimer: This post contains affiliate links. If you make a purchase, I may receive a commission at no extra cost to you.Support the show

Leadership In Crisis
Purpose First Advisors - Swamy Sriperumbudur & Christy Maxfield

Leadership In Crisis

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 8, 2022 32:30


The Covid19 pandemic set off nearly unprecedented churn in the US labor market leading to great resignation. And many companies are struggling to keep their employees. As many of us might be things reasons for the same, one of the main reason which is resonating in the leadership circle is purpose driven life. Employees expect their jobs to bring a significant sense of purpose to their lives. Employers need to help meet this need, or be prepared to lose talent to companies that will. This is your host – Swamy Sriperumbudur and you are listening to “LEADERSHIP IN CRISIS”, and we have invited a very special guest Christy Maxfield Christy Maxfield is the founder of Purpose First Advisors and specialist in business model validation, financial modeling, business operations, marketing and sales alignment, competitive differentiation, and business planning. She has coached and consulted with more than 100 early-stage bioscience, information technology, and consumer/manufactured products entrepreneurs. In 2017 she founded Purpose First Advisors to work with growth-focused business owners to build sustainably profitable businesses. Christy has designed and taught entrepreneurship courses at the University of Missouri St. Louis and Washington University in St. Louis. She also co-created and co-hosted the Entrepreneurially Thinking podcast, which elevates and celebrates entrepreneurs, particularly women and entrepreneurs of color. She has a Bachelor's in Political Science degree from Montclair State University and a Master of Business Administration from Webster University. She is a Certified Human Team Activator helping leaders understand and activate the 6 Facets of Human Need to create top-performing, self-actualized teams. WEBSITE: www.purposefirstadvisors.com LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/christymaxfield/ --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/cswamy/message

Health Check
What brain scans tell us

Health Check

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 8, 2022 26:37


Brain scans can reveal new ways to diagnose and potentially treat psychiatric, psychological and neurological conditions. But why has the promise been so slow to turn into reality? Claudia Hammond is joined by Sophie Scott, Director of the Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience and also by neuroscientist Scott Marek of Washington University in St Louis. Plus one year on since fluoride toothpaste was added to the World Health Organisation's essential medicines list, Charles Mgbolu reports from Lagos about a market flooded with non-fluoridated toothpaste amid continued oral health concerns. And shocking results showing a global shortage of 43 million medical staff are discussed with study lead author Professor Rafael-Lozano. Plus studio guest family doctor Ann Robinson says there’s good news about new evidence for treating Crohn’s disease. Presenter: Claudia Hammond Producer: Erika Wright (Picture: A patient in MRI scanner with a nurse explaining the scan. Photo credit: ER Productions Limited/Getty Images.)

Total Information AM
How to track the air quality in your community

Total Information AM

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 8, 2022 5:29


Pastor Rebecca Ragland from St Paul's Episcopal Church and Tyler Cargill with Washington University explain how a new online hub works to track air quality in specific St. Louis communities.

AACE Podcasts
Episode 28: Clinical Utility of Minimally Invasive Thyroid Procedures in Interventional Thyroid Practice Disease State Clinical Review

AACE Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 7, 2022 24:05


Minimally invasive thyroid techniques are effective and safe when performed by experienced centers. While surgery and radioiodine treatment remain the conventional and established treatments for nodular goiters, new image-guided minimally invasive approaches appear safe and effective alternatives to treat symptomatic or enlarging thyroid masses. Join endocrine experts Vin Tangpricha, M.D., Ph.D., Professor of Medicine at Emory University School of Medicine, as he interviews Sina Jasim, MD, MPH, Associate Professor of Medicine at Washington University in St. Louis, about nonsurgical minimally invasive approaches to managing thyroid nodules/malignancy, published in the April 2022 issue of Endocrine Practice (https://www.endocrinepractice.org/article/S1530-891X(22)00063-5/fulltext)

On Principle
Bitten by Inspiration: Tim Solberg

On Principle

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 7, 2022 13:17


When we first talked to WashU Olin finance professor Tim Solberg in October 2021, we sought his input for our season 2 On Principle episode “The Inspiration.” Our focus was on real estate developer Steve Smith and the winding path behind City Foundry, his retail and commercial development in midtown St. Louis.In the course of our conversation, we learned how Solberg was bitten by inspiration for another project. And we're not speaking metaphorically. In today's bonus episode, we revisit that conversation and learn how a medical emergency led to research in three continents and a toxicology authority at the University of Arizona.RELATED LINKSSee Dr. Leslie Boyer's bio on the University Arizona websiteCREDITSThis podcast is a production of Washington University in St. Louis' Olin Business School. Contributors include:Katie Wools, Cathy Myrick and Judy Milanovits, creative assistanceJill Young Miller, fact checking and creative assistanceHayden Molinarolo, original music and sound designMike Martin Media, editingSophia Passantino, social mediaLexie O'Brien and Erik Buschardt, website supportMark P. Taylor, strategic supportPaula Crews, creative vision and strategic supportSpecial thanks to Ray Irving and his team at WashU Olin's Center for Digital Education, including our audio engineer, Austin Alred.

St. Louis on the Air
How Wash U scientists — and St. Louis patients – helped perfect COVID-19 tests

St. Louis on the Air

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 6, 2022 16:32


If you've used an at-home test to figure out whether you had COVID-19, you may have a patient at Barnes-Jewish Hospital to thank. More than 6,500 patients there were enrolled in clinical trials to evaluate COVID-19 tests. Washington University's Dr. Stacey House, the principal investigator in those trials, discusses how her team handled 24 trials in just two years.

The Deerfield Public Library Podcast
Queer Poem-a-Day: At the New York City AIDS Memorial by Stefania Gomez

The Deerfield Public Library Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 6, 2022 3:15


Stefania Gomez is a queer writer, teacher, and audio artist from Chicago's South Side who received her MFA in poetry at Washington University in St. Louis in 2022. Currently teaching at the Poetry Foundation in Chicago, she has received fellowships from the Dirt Palace, Sewanee Writers Workshop, and the International Quilt Museum. Her work has appeared in the Academy of American Poets Poem-A-Day series, The Missouri Review, The Offing, and Cosmonauts Avenue. Instagram: @stefaniagomez_nopeanuts Twitter: @stefaniahgomez “At the New York City AIDS Memorial” originally was published in the American Academy of Poets Poem-a-Day, 2022. Text of today's poem and more details about our program can be found at: deerfieldlibrary.org/queerpoemaday/ Find books from participating poets in our library's catalog.  Queer Poem-a-Day is directed by poet and teacher Lisa Hiton and Dylan Zavagno, Adult Services Coordinator at the Deerfield Public Library. Music for this second year of our series is the first movement, Schéhérazade, from Masques, Op. 34, by Karol Szymanowski, performed by pianist Daniel Baer. Queer Poem-a-Day is supported by generous donations from the Friends of the Deerfield Public Library and the Deerfield Fine Arts Commission. Queer Poem-a-Day is a program from the Adult Services Department at the Library and may include adult language.

DocWorking: The Whole Physician Podcast
177: CC- When Physicians Benefit by Being Less Intense

DocWorking: The Whole Physician Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 6, 2022 15:11


“Everyone just kind of accepts it like, ‘Yeah, I'm that way too. I can't relax on the weekends, I can't wind down. I can't let it go.' There's a cultural bravado behind that. I want to call bull on that.“ - Jill Farmer, Master Certified Coach & Lead Coach at DocWorking     When you're at work, you are in petal to the metal mode, and to be good at what you do, you need to be able to perform? Do you ever find it hard to turn off the intensity outside of work? In this episode, Lead DocWorking Master Certified Coach Jill Farmer and Jen Barna MD have a conversation about how to be mindful of where to apply the intensity within our lives. An intense physician mindset does not always yield successful results outside of work, and it's important to give yourself that restorative space to change gears and reset. As the Lead Coach of DocWorking, she examines how a strategy of unrelenting “petal to the metal” may be hindering you from achieving what you really value in your life.   Jen Barna MD is founder and CEO of DocWorking, a company that helps physicians and other healthcare professionals maximize meaning and purpose in life both in and outside of work, by combining expert coaching, peer support communities, and highly interactive courses that have maximum impact using minimal time. DocWorking also provides a concierge onboarding service for physicians and their significant others, to support them in making strong connections when relocating to a new community. Dr. Barna is the co-host of DocWorking: The Whole Physician Podcast, ranked as a top physician podcast. She is a board certified practicing radiologist, working in New York, and earned her MD and completed her Diagnostic Radiology residency at the University of Tennessee School of Medicine, a masters degree in Molecular and Cellular Biology from Washington University in St. Louis, and her undergraduate degree from Stony Brook University in New York. She is the mom of two successful young adults, both born while she was a medical student. She started DocWorking to help physicians stay in the driver's seat of their own lives.    Jill Farmer is the Lead Coach at DocWorking, a company focused on helping physicians and other healthcare professionals thrive. Jill's expertise has been featured everywhere from The Washington Post to Inc. Magazine. She travels the U.S. delivering keynotes and teaching her acclaimed programs at top healthcare organizations. Jill is the co-host of the top-rated podcast DocWorking: The Whole Physician Podcast with over 20,000 physician listeners. She was an Emmy Award winning TV journalist who is now a master certified time and stress management coach specializing in supporting physicians since 2010.  Jill Farmer is also the author of “There's Not Enough Time… and Other Lies We Tell Ourselves,” a time management bestseller and a favorite of many in medicine.    Find full transcripts of DocWorking: The Whole Physician Podcast episodes on the DocWorking Blog  The past few weeks have been busy at DocWorking! We have been working behind the scenes to add more CME credits to the THRIVE memberships. Let your CME budget help you prioritize your own wellness so you can get on with living your best life on your own terms, as defined by you, with DocWorking THRIVE.   You can take the first step today by taking our 2 Minute Balance to Burnout Quiz! Where are you on the Balance to Burnout Continuum? Take the quiz and find out today!   DocWorking empowers physicians and entire health care teams to get on the path to achieving their dreams, both in and outside of work, with programs designed to help you maximize life with minimal time.   Are you a physician who would like to tell your story? Please email Amanda Taran, our producer, at podcast@docworking.com to be considered.   And if you like our podcast and would like to subscribe and leave us a 5 star review, we would be extremely grateful!   We're everywhere you like to get your podcasts! Apple iTunes, Spotify, iHeart Radio, Google, Pandora, Stitcher, PlayerFM, ListenNotes, Amazon, YouTube, Podbean   You can also find us on Instagram, Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter.    Some links in our blogs and show notes are affiliate links, and purchases made via those links may result in payments to DocWorking. These help toward our production costs. Thank you for supporting DocWorking: The Whole Physician Podcast!   Occasionally, we discuss financial and legal topics. We are not financial or legal professionals. Please consult a licensed professional for financial or legal advice regarding your specific situation.   Podcast produced by: Mara Heppard

This Is Your Brain With Dr. Phil Stieg

From the outside, a human brain appears fairly uniform – but what's inside is very different depending on where you look. Your brain has complex maps within that allow you to see, understand, imagine, and recognize everything from faces to objects to abstract concepts like love, time, and debt. This week, neuroscientist Rebecca Schwarzlose of Washington University explains what parts of your brain are at work when you pick up an object, see someone you know, or read a book. Plus... is your GPS map app weakening your brain? www.rebeccaschwarzlose.com https://gardenofthemind.com  

Think Neuro
Think Neuro Mini: Meet Dr. Courtney Voelker

Think Neuro

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 1, 2022 2:48


Courtney Voelker, MD, PhD (DPhil Oxon), is a Rhodes Scholar and board certified neurotologist. She is Director of Otology/Neurotology-Lateral Skull Base Surgery; and Director of the Adult & Pediatric Cochlear Implant Program at Pacific Neuroscience Institute. She is an otolaryngology – head & neck surgeon who takes care of adult and pediatric patients seeing a wide range of inner ear and skull base conditions. A Super Doctor Rising Star award recipient, she is committed to offering top quality, compassionate care to all her patients. Prior to joining PNI, Dr. Voelker was at USC Caruso Department of Otolaryngology – Head and Neck Surgery, Keck School of Medicine of USC as Division Chief of Otology, Neurotology and Lateral Skull Base Surgery, and the Director of the Pediatric Cochlear Implant program at Children's Hospital Los Angeles (CHLA). She has conducted leading-edge research on the physiology and diseases of the inner ear at Brown University, the University of Oxford, Washington University in St. Louis, and the National Institutes of Health (NIH). Dr. Voelker has authored numerous research publications and textbook chapters in her field. She is a member of the American Academy of Otolaryngology – Head and Neck Surgery and the American Neurotologic Society. Dr. Voelker graduated with Honors from Brown University and earned her medical degree from The Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University. As a Rhodes Scholar she earned her PhD from the University of Oxford in developmental neurobiology. She completed her residency in Otolaryngology – Head and Neck Surgery at the Washington University (Barnes-Jewish Hospital) in St. Louis and her fellowship at the world-renowned House Ear Clinic in Los Angeles. Learn more about Dr. Voelker and other PNI Doctors https://www.pacificneuroscienceinstitute.org/people/courtney-voelker/

Ortho Science BYTES Podcast
The Role of the Lab in Diagnosing and Monitoring Hepatitis C Virus Infection

Ortho Science BYTES Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 31, 2022 17:45


The World Health Organization estimated that during 2019, 58 million people worldwide were living with the Hepatitis C virus (HCV) which causes inflammation of the liver.  All types of hepatitis can be controlled or prevented. There is a cure for Hepatitis C; however, HCV infection is often undiagnosed because it remains asymptomatic until symptoms appear that are related to serious liver damage, a complication of the infection.    ABOUT THE SPEAKER Dr. Bijal Parikh is the Medical Director of the Molecular Diagnostics Laboratory and Assistant Professor of Pathology & Immunology at Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri.  He is the author of numerous publications with his clinical research centered on aspects of laboratory testing involving viral, immunologic, and molecular diagnostics, with a specific focus on the implementation of next-generation sequencing approaches.  Recently, Dr. Parikh authored an article published in the Clinical Microbiology Newsletter titled Laboratory Strategies for Diagnosis and Monitoring of Hepatitis C Virus Infection.

This Is Your Brain With Dr. Phil Stieg
Coming Friday - Maps In Your Head

This Is Your Brain With Dr. Phil Stieg

Play Episode Listen Later May 30, 2022 1:00


From the outside, a human brain appears fairly uniform – but what's inside is very different depending on where you look. Your brain has complex maps within that allow you to see, understand, imagine, and recognize everything from faces to objects to abstract concepts like love, time, and debt. Neuroscientist Rebecca Schwarzlose of Washington University joins us this week to explain what parts of your brain are at work when you pick up an object, see someone you know, or read a book.

Dreamvisions 7 Radio Network
Healing From Within with Sheryl Glick

Dreamvisions 7 Radio Network

Play Episode Listen Later May 27, 2022 27:41


Sheryl Glick host of Healing From Within Interviews Dr. Aida Harvey Wingfield author of Flatlining focusing on the processes that maintain racial and gender inequality in professional workplaces. We are now in the greatest spiritual evolution of human development and perhaps, the time to correct past inequalities is finally here. Dr. Adia Harvey Wingfield a Professor of Sociology at Washington University at St. Louis, Missouri will discuss how the problem of inequality and gender disparity has been here long before Covid19 though the pandemic has magnified it as it has many problems in our institutions and corporations. What happens to black professionals in the new economy, where work is insecure and organizational resources are scarce? Dr. Wingfield will expose how institutions participate in “racial outsourcing,” relying heavily on black professionals to do “equity work,”—extra labor that makes organizations and their services more accessible to communities of color. Yet. often black workers do this labor without recognition, compensation or support. Learn more about Sheryl here: http://www.sherylglick.com/

Donnybrook
Donnybrook & Donnybrook Next Up | May 26, 2022

Donnybrook

Play Episode Listen Later May 27, 2022 54:52


Alvin Reid debates with Joe Holleman, Wendy Wiese, Ray Hartmann and Bill McClellan. They talked about the shooting in Uvalde, pay for college athletes, Eric Greitens and more. On Donnybrook Next Up, Alvin Reid and Bill McClellan are joined by Dr. Sean Joe, the Benjamin E. Youngdahl Professor of Social Development at Washington University in St. Louis.

Behavioral Grooves Podcast
Three Easy Ways to Nurture A Child's Brain Development | Dana Suskind MD

Behavioral Grooves Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 25, 2022 61:46


World-class pediatric surgeon, social scientist, and best-selling author Dr Dana Suskind MD talks about the Three T's (tune in, talk more and take turns) that parents can do to nurture their children's brain development and the key ways that society needs to change to invest in the next generation. Dana is the founder and co-director of the TMW Center for Early Learning & Public Health, and Professor of Surgery and Pediatrics at the University of Chicago. She is also the director of the Pediatric Cochlear Implant Program, and is recognized as a national thought leader in early language development. Her research is dedicated to optimizing foundational brain development and preventing early cognitive disparities and their lifelong impact. Honestly, when she talks about raising kids…we need to listen. Most recently, Dana has released a fantastic new book detailing the powerful blueprint that society should be taking to meet the developmental needs of all children. We talk more with Dana about why she wrote Parent Nation: Unlocking Every Child's Potential, Fulfilling Society's Promise and how the status quo for parenting in America is not serving parents and children well. If you enjoy Dana's episode on Behavioral Grooves Podcast, you can support our work through our Patreon page. You can also write a short podcast review on your podcast player; doing so helps other listeners find our show.   Topics (4:58) Welcome and speed round questions.  (9:25) How has American individualism influenced the way we parent our children? (13:05) How significant is the lack of parental leave in the US? (17:37) Internalizing parental guilt. (19:28) Reframing your self talk around raising your kids.  (21:17) The influence of the pandemic on parenting. (25:19) What has been the impact of the pandemic on children? (27:28) Why language is so important to early development. (30:20) The 3 Ts of foundational brain development. (31:56) The personal trauma that influenced Dana's writing. (34:19) What positive support systems are there to help parents? (39:31) Dana's ambition to write behavioral economics music! (41:26) Grooving Session discussing Parent Nation.   © 2022 Behavioral Grooves   Links “Parent Nation: Unlocking Every Child's Potential, Fulfilling Society's Promise” by Dana Suskind MD:  https://amzn.to/3wD8YIQ  John List, Episode 296: Fail to Scale: Why Good Research Doesn't Always Make Great Policy: https://behavioralgrooves.com/episode/fail-to-scale-john-a-list/  Linda Babcock, Episode 293: Women Do Too Much Non-Promotable Work: How To Say No More with Linda Babcock: https://behavioralgrooves.com/episode/women-do-too-much/  Meryl Streep: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Meryl_Streep  John Amos Comenius: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Amos_Comenius  Caitlyn Collins, Washington University: https://sociology.wustl.edu/people/caitlyn-collins  TMW Center for Early Learning + Public Health at the University of Chicago: https://tmwcenter.uchicago.edu/  “Thirty Million Words: Building a Child's Brain” by Dana Suskind MD: https://amzn.to/3wJ1MLl  Dolly Chugh, Episode 230: How Good People Fight Bias with Dolly Chugh: https://behavioralgrooves.com/episode/cristina-bicchieri-social-norms-are-bundles-of-expectations/  David Yokum, Episode 282: Why Applying Behavioral Science to Public Policy Delivers Better Policy: https://behavioralgrooves.com/episode/behavioral-science-in-public-policy/  Cristina Bicchieri, Episode 102: Social Norms are Bundles of Expectations: https://behavioralgrooves.com/episode/cristina-bicchieri-social-norms-are-bundles-of-expectations/  Support Behavioral Grooves Patreon page: https://www.patreon.com/behavioralgrooves   Musical Links Johnny Cash “I Walk The Line”: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J5126CibNsk 

Physician's Guide to Doctoring
Give Credit by CMEfying Your Content with Brian Cohen, MD

Physician's Guide to Doctoring

Play Episode Listen Later May 24, 2022 47:51


Brian Cohen, MD, is a practicing anesthesiologist and entrepreneur in the digital health space. In 2015, he co-founded Miami Anesthesia Services, a concierge anesthesia company throughout South Florida. Dr. Cohen acts as Administrative Chief of Miami Anesthesia Services and Chief of their Management Service Organization that supports other independent anesthesia practices throughout Florida. Dr. Cohen is the co-founder and Chief Medical Officer of Adaptrack, a medical risk focused digital platform for clinicians. He is also the co-founder and Chief Medical Officer of CMEfy, a platform that acts as an engagement and reward tool for clinicians co-learning with each other and within organizations. Additionally, Dr. Cohen is the Specialty Medical Director for the Preferred Anesthesia and Pain Management Program of AMS-RRG, an AM Best, A-rated medical liability company. This was a wide-ranging conversation starting with his concierge anesthesia practice, why he started an MSO if he has no intention of selling said MSO, and then we move onto the digital space and discuss Adaptrack, which creates CME accredited content for physicians that is specialty specific based on trends in litigation to help us manage risk. We end on how you all are going to start getting CME credits for listening to this podcast and reflecting on what you learn via CMEfy. Dr. Cohen completed his BA/MD at the University of Missouri-Kansas City and his residency in anesthesia at Washington University in St. Louis. Most importantly, Dr. Cohen is married to his college sweetheart, also a practicing physician, and the father of their two amazing daughters.

Earthworms
Midwest Climate Collaborative: Heather Navarro's Leadership Challenge

Earthworms

Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2022 34:52


What does a Mom and environmental lawyer do after leading a statewide enviro-coalition into its second half-century and serving as a City of St. Louis Alderperson? This one, Heather Navarro, takes on directing climate action for the Midwest U.S.          The Midwest Climate Collaborative, based at Washington University in St. Louis, envisions a carbon neutral, climate resilient, interconnected Midwest Region. This is seeing big: if the Midwest US (a dozen states) were a country, we'd be the sixth largest Carbon emitter in the world. Heather Navarro is on it! Launched with an online summit in January, 2022, this partnership to date includes universities, cities, NGOs, companies and cultural institutions. Students are working in leadership roles: connecting formal research projects, educating educators, and asset mapping are activities so far, seeking options to work with the agriculture and industry sectors that powering Midwestern economics. Solutions, strategies and shared actions are the focus of this Earthworms conversation! THANKS to Andy Heaslet, Sierra Club national staff and Earthworms audio engineer - and to Jon Valley, KDHX production pro. Related Earthworms Conversations:  OneSTL: Implementing our Regional Sustainability Plan (Feb 2021) A World Without Us? Thoughts from Author Alan Weissman (Oct 2020) Diversifying Power: Jennie C. Stephens Advocates Energy Democracy (Sept 2020)

Broken Brain with Dhru Purohit
Why Muscle is the Key for Longevity with Dr. Gabrielle Lyon

Broken Brain with Dhru Purohit

Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2022 118:16


This episode is brought to you by BiOptimizers and Birch Living.Skeletal muscle is a widely overlooked part of our metabolic health. From how well we control glucose and insulin to how well we age, skeletal muscle regulates many processes. One of the most important factors for how much muscle we create and retain is our protein intake, which has become a divisive topic in the nutrition world and one still hotly debated in some dietary camps.Today's guest on The Dhru Purohit Podcast, Dr. Gabrielle Lyon, is the perfect person to sort through the facts on the powers of skeletal muscle and how to consume protein for optimal impact. Dr. Lyon is a Washington University fellowship-trained physician in Nutritional Science and Geriatrics and is board certified in Family Medicine. She is the founder of the Institute for Muscle Centric-Medicine™ and has a private practice that services leaders, innovators, mavericks, and executives in a number of fields. In addition, Dr. Lyon also works closely with special-operations military personnel. Her goal is to change the paradigm of medicine from obesity-focused to muscle-centric and change the way we think about health and medicine with high scientific integrity. In this episode, we dive into: -The importance of muscle when it comes to our health (4:16)-The connection between muscle and metabolic health (16:06)-Myths about dietary protein (18:41)-Aging, longevity, and protein consumption (31:22)-Optimal lab levels when eating a protein-centric diet (49:20)-Dr. Lyon's diet (59:27)-Why breakfast is the most important meal of the day (1:00:38)-Women and fasting (1:04:32)-How to know if you are under-muscled (1:08:03)-Does the quality of animal protein really matter? (1:27:03)-Cancer and protein consumption (1:49:50)For more on Dr. Gabrielle Lyon, follow her on Instagram @drgabriellelyon, Facebook @doctorgabriellelyon, Twitter @drgabriellelyon, YouTube @drgabriellelyon, and through her website, drgabriellelyon.com. Check out her podcast, The Gabrielle Lyon Show, here.This episode is brought to you by BiOptimizers and Birch Living.Magnesium Breakthrough from BiOptimizers really stands out from the other magnesium supplements out there. It contains seven different forms of magnesium, all of which have different functions in the body. There isn't anything else like it on the market. BiOptimizers is offering my community 10% off, so just head over to magbreakthrough.com/dhru with code DHRU10.To get $200 off your Birch Living mattress plus two free eco-rest pillows, head over to birchliving.com/dhru. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

UltraRunning Magazine Podcast
Ultra Shorts: Poison Oak

UltraRunning Magazine Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 31:20


In our new feature, Ultra Shorts, we discuss one of the unexpected things we experience while ultra running: poison oak. We're joined by Dr. Jason Wagner as we chat about what you need to know about this nasty plant, including prevention, treatment and myths about poison oak.   Dr. Wagner is currently an Associate Professor and Residency Program Director at Washington University in St. Louis. He is also a Lt Col in MO Air National Guard where he serves as both a Flight Surgeon and Critical Care Air Transport Physician. Follow him on Twitter @TheTechDoc     Dr. Wagner's opinions do not represent those of Washington University in St. Louis. This podcast is not a medical consultation or initiation of a doctor-patient relationship. Use this advice at your own risk.   Enter the UR Swag Bag Contest   Thanks to our episode sponsor, Drymax

Booknotes+
Ep. 62 Joe Madison, "Radio Active"

Booknotes+

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 81:40


Joe Madison has hosted a radio talk show for over 40 years. He's known to his audience as the "Black Eagle" and can be heard daily on SiriusXM radio. A native of Dayton, Ohio, and a graduate of Washington University in St. Louis, Mr. Madison started his professional life as an activist. One of his first jobs was working for the NAACP as political director under the leadership of Ben Hooks. Joe Madison angered both his allies and adversaries when he organized a boycott against Dearborn, Michigan, when that city prohibited nonresidents, including African-Americans in Detroit, from visiting its public parks. This story and many other are included in his memoir titled, "Radio Active."     Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

SLP Full Disclosure
Finding Purpose in Your Practice - Danielle Stoller PT, MSPT & Marabeth Quin of Expanded Practice

SLP Full Disclosure

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 59:30


In this episode, we welcome Danielle Stoller, PT, MSPT, and Marabeth Quin to share how Expanded Practice can help you thrive in your therapy practice. We discuss how Danielle and Marabeth met, why they decided to start Expanded Practice, how therapists can combat burnout, and more!This show is made possible by Med Travelers. If you're a speech pathologist interested in traveling, visit: https://www.medtravelers.com/ to discover the amazing benefits they have to offer!We Discuss(0:00) Introduction Shenanigans(4:56) About Danielle Stoller & Marabeth Quin(12:30) How did you decide to start Expanded Practice?(15:40) Examples of things she saw Marabeth doing with Sophie(22:40) What's the idea behind Expanded Practice(33:40) What do you say to a therapist experiencing burnout? (41:05) What's the process of starting the Expanded Practice program(52:28) Expanded Practice Research(57:14) How to learn more about Expanded PracticeTo learn more, go to:https://www.expanded-practice.com/About Our GuestsDanielle received her master's degree in Physical Therapy from Washington University in 2000, before continuing her specialized training in neurorehabilitation by becoming certified in Neuro-IFRAH® in 2007 and LSVT BIG® in 2017. She has also completed over 150 hours of advanced training in the Neuro-IFRAH® Approach including instructor training in 2013 with Waleed Al-Oboudi, MOT, OTR, originator of the Neuro-IFRAH® approach. Danielle has experience in the outpatient, inpatient, and acute care settings, working in the outpatient rehabilitation setting with a focus on the treatment of adults affected by stroke or brain injury since 2007. Danielle currently treats private clients in Nashville, TN. In addition, she collaborates with Neuro Therapy Nashville occupational therapist, Trista McClarnon, MS, OTR/L, and peer advisor Marabeth Quin to provide Intensive Therapy sessions to stroke survivors. Danielle has a strong interest in the way mindset influences performance and has assimilated researched based concepts of the benefits of positive expectation into her practice. Marabeth came to teaching medical professionals through Expanded Practice not by way of a career path, but the path of life experience and love. In 2012, her 18-year-old daughter suffered a massive stroke, paralyzing her right side and leaving her unable to speak or understand language. As the primary caregiver, Marabeth approached her daughter's recovery with an optimistic mindset and steady belief in her healing potential, personally experiencing the impact these can have on someone's recovery. Over years of conversations with Danielle, her personal experience combined with Danielle's clinical reasoning to create new perspectives for overlooked areas of influence in stroke recovery and healing in general. She has functioned in an advisory role for other caretakers in their journey with loved ones who have experienced a stroke, as well as spoken to medical students about the importance of medical staff imparting hope to families.About the ShowProducer – Jonathan Cary Assistant Producers – Katie Schrauben & Sam MacKay Powered by Med Travelers

The School of Greatness with Lewis Howes
Why Building Muscle Is The Key To Lifelong Weight Loss & Higher Life Expectancy w/Gabrielle Lyon EP1267

The School of Greatness with Lewis Howes

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 78:39


Today's guest is Dr. Gabrielle Lyon, founder of the Institute for Muscle Centric-MedicineTM. She services the leaders, innovators, mavericks, and executives in their prospective fields. In addition, Gabrielle works closely with the Special Operations Military and has a private practice that services patients worldwide. Dr. Lyon is a Washington University fellowship-trained physician. Her postdoctoral training was a combined research and clinical medicine fellowship in Nutritional Science/Obesity Medicine and Geriatrics. Dr. Lyon completed her undergraduate degree in Human Nutrition, Vitamin, and Mineral Metabolism at the University of Illinois and continues to be mentored over the last two decades by one of the world-leading protein experts Dr. Donald Layman. Her goal is to change the paradigm of medicine from obesity-focused to muscle-centric and change the way we think about health and medicine with high scientific integrity.In this episode, you will learn:Why we have the wrong idea about nutrition.How much protein we should be having for each meal.About the significance of muscle. How to prepare for your weaknesses.And much more!For more, go to www.lewishowes.com/1267Casey Means on How to Recognize and Fix Unhealthy Habits: https://link.chtbl.com/1252-podAndy Galpin on Weight Loss, Stress Management, and Reversing Your Age: https://link.chtbl.com/1247-podDr. Joe Dispenza on Healing the Body and Transforming the Mind: https://link.chtbl.com/826-podSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Rx for Success Podcast
103. The Entrepreneur. Brian Cohen, MD

Rx for Success Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 45:55


Brian Cohen, MD, is a practicing anesthesiologist and entrepreneur in the digital health space. In 2015, he co-founded Miami Anesthesia Services, a concierge anesthesia company throughout South Florida. Dr. Cohen acts as Administrative Chief of Miami Anesthesia Services and Chief of their Management Service Organization that supports other independent anesthesia practices throughout Florida. Dr. Cohen is the co-founder and Chief Medical Officer of Adaptrack, a medical risk focused digital platform for clinicians. He is also the co-founder and Chief Medical Officer of CMEfy, a platform that acts as an engagement and reward tool for clinicians co-learning with each other and within organizations. Additionally, Dr. Cohen is the Specialty Medical Director for the Preferred Anesthesia and Pain Management Program of AMS-RRG, an AM Best, A- rated medical liability company. Dr. Cohen is originally from St. Louis, Missouri and has lived in Fort Lauderdale, Florida since 2008. He completed his BA/MD at the University of Missouri-Kansas City and his residency in anesthesia at Washington University in St. Louis. Most importantly, Dr. Cohen is married to his college sweetheart, also a practicing physician, and the father of their two amazing daughters. Unlock Bonus content and get the shows early on our Patreon Follow us or Subscribe: Apple Podcasts | Google Podcasts | Stitcher | Amazon  | Spotify --- Show notes at https://rxforsuccesspodcast.com/103 Report-out with comments or feedback at https://rxforsuccesspodcast.com/report Music by Ryan Jones. Find Ryan on Instagram at _ryjones_, Contact Ryan at ryjonesofficial@gmail.com

Leading Saints Podcast
Defeating Fear, Doubt & Discouragement | An Interview with Dennis Deaton

Leading Saints Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 14, 2022 56:30


Dennis R. Deaton is co-founder of Quma Learning Systems and a nationally known corporate educator and popular convention speaker on Mind Management, Human Productivity, Visioneering and The Ownership Spirit. He has taught numerous adult education classes for the Church Education System and was a regular speaker at BYU Campus Education Week for 22 years. Dennis received his BA degree from the University of Utah and his doctorate from Washington University in St. Louis, and has authored several books including his capstone work, Looking Unto Christ in Every Thought: Defeating Fear, Doubt and Discouragement, which was released this year. Dennis served a full-time mission to Italy and has held numerous leadership positions in the Church: elders quorum president, branch president, bishop, high councilor, stake Young Men president, and counselor in a stake presidency. He and his wife, Susan, reside in Queen Creek, Arizona, and are the parents of nine children and thirty grandchildren. He currently serves as stake patriarch and as a temple worker in the Gilbert Arizona temple. Highlights 01:15 Introduction to Dennis Deaton 03:00 Dennis' journey started in dentistry but ended up in teaching. 06:30 Dennis talks about his leadership experience and his training company. 11:40 What is mind management? How can leaders apply it? 22:15 We are responsible for our state of mind. Remember that attitude is a choice. You are in charge of the states of mind that you dwell in. 25:25 We all receive temptations but we get to choose the intensity and duration of those temptations. We need to intercept those thoughts. 28:15 How can leaders help those they lead with mind management and dealing with negative thoughts and temptations? A great leader is a great teacher Validate their feelings first and then teach them about their feelings and where those thoughts are coming from 31:00 Are the negative thoughts coming from ourselves or our enemy? Start questioning your thoughts and where they are coming from. 35:00 Righteousness is being enticed to do evil and not going there. 36:20 There is an aggressive force that is against our eternal progression. Satan interjects thoughts into our heads so subtly that we think they are our own. We have to push back against these thoughts and turn to God. 39:00 How do we look unto Christ in every thought? 44:00 Satan uses fear to paralyze us and prevent us from acting on possibilities. He wants to prevent us from even starting. 48:00 Satan uses discouragement to get us to quit. There is no magic solution except to keep going and keep praying. 49:45 Always have a pad and pencil close by when you pray. Be ready to listen. 51:40 Dennis speaks about his experience as a Patriarch and what he does to prepare for giving blessings. Links Looking Unto Christ in Every Thought: Defeating Fear, Doubt and Discouragement TRANSCRIPT coming soon Get 14-day access to the Core Leader Library

Something You Should Know
SYSK Choice: Simple Steps to Being Happier & How Fungi Powers Life

Something You Should Know

Play Episode Listen Later May 14, 2022 52:01


Does a full moon really bring out craziness in people? Does it cause more car accidents and hospital admissions? This episode begins with a look at whether or not the moon really affects human behavior – or at least why so many people believe it does. http://newsroom.ucla.edu/releases/stop-blaming-the-moon-says-ucla-scientist Being happy is a big goal for almost everyone. And finding it is often a struggle. Joining me with some insight and science regarding how we can all be happier is Tim Bono, a lecturer at Washington University in St. Louis where he teaches courses on the Science of Happiness and author of the book Happiness 101: Simple Secrets to Smart Living & Well-Being (https://amzn.to/3cPVgY3). Every child is told a million times to “stop fidgeting!” However, in some cases fidgeting may be the perfect thing to do. Listen as I discuss how fidgeting can help learn better and improve cognitive performance, despite what your grandmother told you. http://www.inc.com/thompson-wall/how-fidgeting-at-work-can-promote-creative-thinking.html You might not think that mushrooms would make a good topic for this podcast. However it turns out that mushrooms and all fungi are absolutely fascinating. If we didn't have fungus – life would be very different. Biologist Merlin Sheldrake has studied the world of fungus and you are about to discover things about the mushrooms you eat and all other fungi that will amaze you. Merlin is the author of the book Entangled Life: How Fungi Make Our Worlds, Change Our Minds & Shape Our Futures (https://amzn.to/2Xfdb3F) PLEASE SUPPORT OUR SPONSORS! We really like The Jordan Harbinger Show! Check out https://jordanharbinger.com/start OR search for it on Apple Podcasts, Spotify or wherever you listen!  Go to https://Shopify.com/sysk, for a FREE fourteen-day trial and get full access to Shopify's entire suite of features! With Avast One, https://avast.com you can confidently take control of your online world without worrying about viruses, phishing attacks, ransomware, hacking attempts, & other cybercrimes! Small Businesses are ready to thrive again and looking for resources to rise to the challenge. That's why Dell Technologies has assembled an all-star lineup of podcasters (and we're one of them!) for the third year in a row to create a virtual conference to share advice and inspiration for Small Businesses. Search Dell Technologies Small Business Podference on Audacy.com, Spotify or Apple podcasts starting May 10th! Today is made for Thrill! Style, Power, Discovery, Adventure, however you do thrill, Nissan has a vehicle to make it happen at https://nissanusa.com https://www.geico.com Bundle your policies and save! It's Geico easy! Use SheetzGo on the Sheetz app! Just open the app, scan your snacks, tap your payment method and go!  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The One Way Ticket Show
Washington University in St. Louis Positive Psychology Professor - Timothy J. Bono

The One Way Ticket Show

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 61:46


Timothy J. Bono, Ph.D. is Associate Dean for Student Affairs and a faculty member in the Department of Psychological & Brain Sciences at Washington University in St. Louis where his teaching and research focus on positive psychology and college student development. His work has been featured in a number of national media outlets including NBC News, CNN, Fast Company, and the Associated Press. Over the last decade, thousands of students have taken his popular courses on the Psychology of Young Adulthood and the Science of Happiness. He summarizes the research from those courses, along with how his students have put that information into practice in their own lives, in his book, Happiness 101: Simple Secrets to Smart Living & Well-Being. On this episode, Professor Bono chooses a one way ticket to wellness. Plus, he highlights recent developments in the field of Positive Psychology, emphasizes the importance of social connections, shares why we shouldn't believe everything we think, busts the myth that immediately returning emails increases productivity and much, much more! This is Professor Bono's second visit to The One Way Ticket Show. He is just one of the engaging personalities featured on the podcast where Host Steven Shalowitz explores with his guests where they would go if given a one way ticket, no coming back. Their destinations may be in the past, present, future, real, imaginary or a state of mind. Steven's guests have included: Nobel Peace Prize Winner, President Jose Ramos-Horta; Legendary Talk Show Host, Dick Cavett; Law Professor, Alan Dershowitz; Fashion Expert, Tim Gunn; Broadcast Legend, Charles Osgood; International Rescue Committee President & CEO, David Miliband; Former Senator, Joe Lieberman; Playwright, David Henry Hwang; Journalist-Humorist-Actor, Mo Rocca; SkyBridge Capital Founder & Co-Managing Partner, Anthony Scaramucci; Abercrombie & Kent Founder, Geoffrey Kent; Travel Expert, Pauline Frommer, as well as leading photographers, artists, chefs, writers, intellectuals, etc.