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The Motherhood Meets Medicine Podcast is a space that brings all women together. It's for those who hope to be a mom one day, those who are already mothers, and mothers of mothers. This podcast will give you candid, informal interviews on motherhood topics that you can listen to while you're driving to work, folding laundry or whatever else your busy day may bring. Each week, Your host, Lynzy Coughlin, will be focusing on topics ranging from postpartum issues to feeding babies to managing to ...
 
Unlock the latest news on fire safety and firefighter trends with Retired FDNY Battalion Chief, Bob Keys. He will be joined by a new fire industry expert each episode to discuss current news, trends and issues evolving in the fire service. This podcast is hosted by Fire-Dex.
 
Modern Healthcare's Next Up podcast aims to help rising healthcare executives get to the C-suite and stay sane on the journey by offering industry news, insight, and trend analysis. Modern Healthcare has been a go-to resource for healthcare executives since 1976. Next Up brings an accumulation of actionable wisdom to the next generation of healthcare leaders. Industry experts, Modern Healthcare reporters, and policy makers share their lessons learned and predictions about the future of healt ...
 
When tested by major catastrophes, the medical community has responded. We banded together to provide emergency medical care and ongoing relief after the earthquake in Haiti and Hurricane Katrina, while the September 11thattacks brought out the best in medical response teams and care providers. Yet every emergency presents unique challenges and learning opportunities. ReachMD scrutinizes our disaster medicine plans, preparedness protocols, and emergency response capabilities. How are we prep ...
 
Join hosts, Lucas Wilson and Matt Buckley, as they scour the internet for the world's most unbelievable stories, from the humorous to the curious to the bizarre. There is no shortage of entertainment to be had as these two try to make sense of it all through jokes, debates, and critical analysis. You just might find yourself shouting, "That's poppycock," too!
 
The Hippo Education Podcast is the place for the best free audio CME on earth. Hippo RAPs (Reviews and Perspectives) bring you the latest news, updated clinical practice information and important stuff you need to know for your specialty. Our RAP roster is Emergency Medicine, Primary Care, Pediatrics, Urgent Care and growing. The Hippo faculty are always on duty to make sure you have the info you need from a source you can trust.
 
DFID, the Department for International Development, is the part of the UK Government that manages Britain’s aid to poor countries. We work with charities, international organisations and the governments of poor countries to find lasting solutions to the global problem of poverty.On Soundcloud you can hear the opinions of respected voices from across the international development field - on a wide range of subjects from climate change to health and education, from economic growth and trade to ...
 
Mental health, and behavioral health care, so misunderstood, stigmatized, misrepresented and confusing for so many, yet so necessary to understand in order to live our best life. A life free from doubt, fear, self judgment and self imposed limitations. Come with me on this journey to explore the world of mental healthcare from someone who has experienced it from both sides. From cutting edge behavioral health topics, standard to controversial treatments & diagnoses to personal stories of cha ...
 
Better Outcomes is a podcast about the underrepresented, minority side of healthcare, featuring stories from both patients and healthcare providers, with the goal of making healthcare more equitable for more people. By giving pre-med and med school students firsthand accounts of how the U.S. health care system interacts with people of various identities, Better Outcomes works to shorten the gap between patients and health care providers of different backgrounds and helps them communicate mor ...
 
ESMO Open is the European Society for Medical Oncology’s online-only, peer-reviewed Open Access journal, dedicated to publishing high-quality medical research and educational content from all disciplines of oncology, with a focus on innovative clinical and translational cancer research. The journal is published by BMJ on behalf of ESMO. http://esmoopen.bmj.com/ * The purpose of this podcast is to educate and to inform. The content of this podcast does not constitute medical advice and it is ...
 
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All emergency physicians know the specialty’s 10 commandments, written in 1991 by Corey Slovis, MD, and Keith Wrenn, MD, but now Dr. Slovis and Christopher Evans, MD, formerly a resident at Vanderbilt and now a clinical informatics fellow at the University of North Carolina, have updated them. Drs. Raja and Pescatore review all 10 and add their own…
 
Bradley Dean and Eric McCullough review the somber reality of dealing with deaths in the field. The moral and ethical dilemma that EMS providers can find themselves in should not be ignored. Often relegated to the periphery, the aging population will increase demand for proper dealing with death training. This is a perfect podcast for instructors i…
 
When you are expecting a baby, there are so many decisions to make before, during, and after labor. Having a midwife can be a true source of comfort throughout this time. What exactly is a midwife though? How does it differ from an OB or doula? My friend Ailsa is on the show to shed some light on what exactly a midwife does. I know you will feel Ai…
 
Clinical Investigation is one of the toughest process within the EU MDR 2017/745. If you have to perform one for your Medical Devices then it can be a long and expensive process. In this episode, Helene Quie from Qmed Consulting, will help us understand how to perform it in a good way. This episode will answer some of the questions you have about C…
 
Climate change is here and greatly impacting our weather and long-term climatic trends. In the Southwest, it’s having a tremendous impact on water resources across the Colorado River watershed. Warming temperatures associated with climate change are affecting the Colorado River, and those impacts also are showing up in national parks along the rive…
 
The time to build a career overlaps with the time most professionals are raising children. Many parents are juggling these priorities well — but others are robbing time from one to cultivate the other. According to this Modern Healthcare article, working mothers are more likely to be overlooked for promotions due to childcare demands compared to wo…
 
Community leader Wael Haddara says Canadian politicians leverage anti-Muslim sentiments to their advantage; the anatomy of an office apple abandoned for 14 months during the pandemic; B.C.'s Sea to Sky gondola reopens amid a lingering mystery over who cut the cables; film critic Jose Solis says the women are the real stars of In The Heights; small-…
 
Tom Bouthillet is Battalion Chief of EMS for Hilton Head Island (SC) Fire Rescue. Currently, he is a member of NREMT's Continued Competency Agenda Steering Committee, NEMSMA's EMS Quality Improvement Committee, and NENA's Telecommunicator CPR Working Group. He is also a member of the Editorial Advisory Board for EMS World and a Content reviewer for…
 
Essential oils, household cleaners, medications, and lawn care chemicals. We have so many things around our homes that could be dangerous if ingested by children. What should we and should not be worried about? Today Dr. Daria Falkowitz and I are reviewing the most common household substances that children are exposed to, what to do if your child e…
 
An article came out recently that portrays dentists as pushy and treatment-happy. Once again a tiny minority gives a community a bad name. No worries though - we have a hometown hero dentist and a talented vocalist dentist to offset any bad reputation. Hope this one hits the high notes for you! Quotes “Let’s be honest 99% of the time if you are tol…
 
We talked a lot about the regulatory requirements for your Medical Devices. Now let’s talk about something more technical which is the Biological Evaluation following ISO 10993-1 or also called Biocompatibility. This is something that is key for the Medical Device Manufacturers but it is also not well understood. So Ana Luiza Cassin Duz, a Clinical…
 
Today we’re continuing my “mothers from around the world” series! In this episode, I’m chatting with Jessica Matson. Jessica lives just outside of Toronto, Ontario. She talks about her incredible experience using midwife care, which included several in-home visits from them postpartum. Sounds amazing, right? Wait until you hear about her maternity …
 
Go take a hike. Wouldn’t that be a great escape this weekend? Some of my most enjoyable hikes have been along the Appalachian Trail. That path was easy to reach when I was growing up in New Jersey. Now based in Utah, the A.T. is a distant aspiration. Much closer are both the Continental Divide Trail and the Pacific Crest Trail. This is Kurt Repansh…
 
A Métis archeologist searching for burial sites at former residential schools; Dave Bidini's letter to a young Toronto Maple Leafs' fan; Jeff Lemire's graphic novel series Sweet Tooth gets reinvented for Netflix; LGBTQ students push back as some Ontario Catholic School boards ban the Pride flag; Friday Night Thunder showcases an Indigenous-run spri…
 
Phillip Wahby was a 20-year heroin addict who, with the help of a 12-step program, has been sober since May 2011. Phillip earned his Associate of Applied Science-Paramedic from St Louis Community College Forest Park in 1988. As a paramedic for St Louis, he spent 12 years on the front lines providing emergency care and crisis intervention in emergen…
 
Have you ever researched the differences in postpartum care around the world? It is fascinating to see how different things are, such as paid maternity/paternity leave and expectations of a mom after birth. Today I’ll be chatting with Tracey Agnese on this topic. We’ll look at postpartum care globally, how certain cultures differ from one another, …
 
Ok, this month the EU MDR is LIVE so we will talk about that. The date of application for EU MDR 2017/745 was May 26th, 2021 and there is a lot of information that I will share with you. We will talk about EU MDD bye bye party Webinars EU MDR impact on other countries Swixit Turkxit IVDR 2017/746 Notified Body Situation MDCG guidance IMDRF guidance…
 
The National Park Service could be seen as one of the country’s most science-focused agencies, as it deals with all sorts of "ologies" – biology, paleontology, archaeology, sociology, ecology, cetology, bioecology, and, in light of the popularity of dark night skies, even planetology. But is science properly guiding its mission? Former Park Service…
 
Nearly 80% of the healthcare workforce is female — but only 30% of C-suite roles, and 13% of CEO positions, are held by women. When women aren't at the table, organizations miss out on valuable input. This was amplified during the COVID-19 pandemic. Many women aspire to hold leadership positions but are held back by their own insecurities. In this …
 
Why scientists are reconsidering the COVID-19 lab leak theory; B.C.'s old-growth forest strategy has activists going back to the barricades; comedian Vong Show says it's time for a(nother) LGBTQ governor general; the case for reparations for the Tulsa massacre; why Garrett Fisher is on a mission to photograph the world's glaciers before they disapp…
 
We’re not ambulance drivers and the public needs to know. The common refrain, “I didn’t know you could do that sort of thing,” should not be uttered by professionals and legislators adjacent to our profession. Fighting entropy in our profession takes a volunteer spirit and Nancy Magee joins us to discuss strategies for doing just this. Nancy has be…
 
Have you ever had a gut feeling that something was concerning about your child’s development, behavior, or health? This is what Melissa Hammerle experienced when she knew something was going on with her son and suspected he had autism. Melissa is on the podcast to share her story of all the heartbreaking challenges her family went through to get an…
 
Offices in WA state almost got some relief from PPE fees until reality set in. Pesky details are never a fun surprise. What would you do with $100K worth of dental equipment? We share the story of a thief who stole COVID vaccine vials along with dental equipment. Is a laser’s street value higher than an xray sensor? We pondered this along with the …
 
Last year we had reviewed the result of the EU MDR Survey made by Climedo and this year we check the difference. Do you think that there will be a big change? Climedo has decided to ask questions related to the EU MDR but also to the context due to Coronavirus. So we are now looking at the result and you’ll see that there are some changes. But stil…
 
Welcome to the first episode of a new interview series I’ll be holding two times per month. In these interviews, I’ll have a casual conversation with mothers who are living in countries around the world. We’ll discuss topics like prenatal care, pregnancy, postnatal care, delivery, schooling, and parenting in other countries. Today we are joined by …
 
Kurt Repanshek and Joe Miczulski, whose friendship dates back more than 50 years, take time from their sea kayaking trip on Lake Powell at Glen Canyon National Recreation Area to discuss the recent rush to public lands by Americans yearning to get outdoors during the coronavirus pandemic.By National Parks Traveler
 
Cause for hope as Canada approaches a 50 per cent first-dose COVID-19 vaccination rate; after 11 days of attacks, Gaza's medical system is struggling; a mother-daughter duo join the citizen science investigation into Brood X cicadas; how Shrek challenged Disney and changed animated movies forever; what libraries are doing to adapt to the pandemic; …
 
One in four. This is the well-known statistic of women who experience miscarriage. Regardless of how common miscarriage is, that doesn’t make it any easier to go through. Dr. Michelle Rockwell is sharing her story of miscarriage with us on the podcast and how her experience was affected by COVID. Our hope is that this episode will make you feel les…
 
MDR is coming In 1 week and before that, I asked Erik Vollebregt from Axon Lawyers about some questions that I receive. We will talk about: – EU MDR IVDR postponement or not? – Economic Operators date of application – PRRC do we need it from day 1 – Exclusion from EU MDR – OEM OBL rules from May 26th, 2021 And Erik announces the content of its book…
 
As glorious as Grand Canyon National Park is, the national park faces a number of significant issues. National Parks Traveler Editor Kurt Repanshek, along with Special Projects Editor Patrick Cone and Jess Repanshek, Traveler’s sound recording engineer, headed to the park in late April to get a better sense of some of the issues that park managers …
 
With 2021 being viewed as a "reset year," people are reevaluating their priorities and making career changes. For seasoned physicians, this can mean anything from climbing the ranks to the C-suite to taking on an activist or political role beyond the realm of patient care. Such transitions can be stressful or scary for anyone, but they can be espec…
 
How the East Jerusalem neighbourhood of Sheikh Jarrah became a microcosm of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict; the voice actor suing TikTok for allegedly stealing her voice; why the Colonial Pipeline hack points to the corporatization of ransomware; Northwest Angle, Minn., is surrounded by Canada and the border closure makes that a problem; Anishina…
 
Preventing Burnout by Advocating for Change in EMS with Dr. Candice McDonald and Nurse Robin Goldinger. Special guests are Shelly Carter and James Garcia. Dysfunctional workplaces and a lack of control are two causes of burnout in the workplace. Ignored or unaddressed job burnout stressors can have significant consequences on an individual and the …
 
SwineCast 1153 Show Notes: 'At The Meeting' Honoring Dr. Bob Morrison brings insight on livestock and the environment. Animal agriculture is often labeled as part of the climate change problem. Understanding the differences between greenhouse gasses like CO2, methane and nitrous oxide is key to reframing animal agriculture as part of a climate chan…
 
Jason Haag is a well-traveled EMS educator who currently works as the quality assurance analyst and clinical educator for MultiMed Billing in Baldwinsville, NY. With more than 18 years of EMS experience, Jason is a critical care paramedic who has experience as an EMS supervisor and CIC certification teaching agencies across New York. He also speaks…
 
Sleep is so incredibly important. When your baby is not sleeping well, it affects everyone in your home. If your baby isn’t sleeping at night or only taking short cat naps, sleep training may be the next step. But how do you know if sleep training is right for you? Our guest today, Melissa Perry, is breaking it all down so that you can make the bes…
 
Wildlife veterinary dentist is definitely an interesting career choice. One of us has a huge fear of ancient animals with teeth - guess which one! We also talk about a very strange study about oral surgeon Nazis. Just because you can study it doesn’t mean you always should. Finally we talk about how people tend to end conversations at different tim…
 
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