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Best Opiod podcasts we could find (updated July 2020)
Best Opiod podcasts we could find
Updated July 2020
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Take as Directed is the podcast series of the CSIS Global Health Policy Center. It highlights important news, events, issues, and perspectives in global health policy, particularly in infectious disease, health security, and maternal, newborn, and child health. The podcast brings you commentary and perspectives from some of the leading voices in global health and CSIS Global Health Policy Center in-house experts
 
A master-class in personal and professional development, ultra-athlete, wellness evangelist and bestselling author Rich Roll delves deep with the world's brightest and most thought provoking thought leaders to educate, inspire and empower you to unleash your best, most authentic self. More at: http://richroll.com See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
Dr. George Flinn is a physician, entrepreneur, engineer, inventor and grandfather. "George Flinn Cares" covers today's most challenging topics, helping people make the connection between self worth and success. In a format that's fast-paced, down-to-earth and sure to keep you interested, George Flinn honestly tells you the truth about success so you can change the course of your life -- to have better jobs, health and relationships.
 
Welcome to Filling the Gap. Discover the gaps within through personal stories exploring topics few have courage to address. Filling the Gap tells the stories of gaps in life and seeks paths to wholeness and community. Filling the Gap is produced by the North Pacific Union of Seventh-day Adventists.
 
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In this episode, Steve and Andrew speak with Senator Patty Murray (D-WA) on the most pressing health issues before America. What is driving the astonishing resurgence of Covid-19 in the south and west, and what is now required? Why are we as a nation still hung up politically over masks and failing to reach the true level of testing we need? What s…
 
“You’re not going to be liked by everybody but if someone’s going to hate you – let them hate you for doing the right thing.” John Lewis Today I reconnect with my friends John Salley & John Lewis to discuss the black experience, race in America, food injustice, and where we go from here. A legit living legend, John Salley is the first basketball pl…
 
In this episode, the hosts are joined by Julie Gerberding, a senior executive at Merck, a longstanding friend, and generous contributor to CSIS’s work. Congress was highly active the week of June 22 examining across several committees the hard lessons of the past months of the coronavirus pandemic in America and what needs to happen right now -- as…
 
This week we speak with Professor Robert Hamilton of University of Toronto about a recent potentially groundbreaking work on a novel approach to the diagnosis of Brugada syndrome using an immunological test. How accurate is this test for diagnosis of this often elusive syndrome? Is autoimmunity the cause of disease or are the antibodies just a mark…
 
“Truth matters now more than ever. If we can’t agree upon what is and is not true, how do we move forward as a society?” Rich Roll Welcome to the second installment of our newly-minted 'ask me anything' themed series, 'Roll On:' -- a twist on my usual format in which I share my thoughts on select topics and answer audience questions. Serving up co-…
 
“This is our chance...to think beyond what the mainstream media is telling us.” Knox Robinson Against the backdrop of a global pandemic has emerged the most powerful civil rights movement of our lifetime -- an irrefutably historic moment that will indelibly shape the economic, political, and social fabric of our country for decades to come. To help…
 
This week we speak with Professor Marc Gewillig of Leuven, Belgium about a recent paper he co-authored on the topic of the relation of ductal morphology to success at endovascular stenting. Are there some morphologies that are more difficult than others? How is the length of the ductus optimally estimated when choosing a stent length? Dr. Gewillig …
 
In this episode, the hosts engage with Sheryl Gay Stolberg, renowned Washington Correspondent at The New York Times. Since early this year she has been charged with unpacking -- in the midst of the pandemic -- the complex intersection of health, policy, politics and culture. She’s dived into the controversy around hydroxychloroquine, a saga that st…
 
“Ignorance is the beginning of enlightenment.” Byron Davis Mass demonstrations continue to spread across the nation — and now, the world — for the 20th day and counting. For many, this has been a wake-up call. An uncomfortable reckoning with the vast extent to which misuse of power, police abuse, and racism (both overt and covert) are baked into th…
 
This week we review the outcomes of Fontan palliation in the Down Syndrome patient. We speak with Assistant Professor of Pediatrics Dr. Lauren Sarno of East Carolina University about a recent work she co-authored on a complex statistical analysis she performed from the STS database. What accounts for worse outcomes in this patient population? Prepa…
 
“Right now we have a choice — stay silent or participate in historic, positive change.” Rich Roll It feels wrong to talk about anything other than this current historic moment. So let's address it, head on. The first in what I anticipate will be an ongoing series of ask-me-anything themed episodes we're calling 'Roll On:', I'm joined today by Adam …
 
In this episode, Renee DiResta, a prominent expert who studies malign narratives across social networks and what can be done to rebut them, walks Steve and Andrew through her thinking on several provocative questions: Why does the coronavirus pandemic invite pseudoscience, government conspiracy theories and misinformation campaigns? What to make of…
 
“Most people are living to eat. I am eating to live.” Doug Evans A recurring theme of this show is deconstructing peak performance. Over the years, I've shared the success equations of. Olympic champions, entrepreneurs, actors, artists and spiritual masters -- all roadmaps to better guide our collective trajectories. But failure is the crucible for…
 
This week we have the rare opportunity to speak for the entire podcast with a pioneer in pediatric heart transplantation and VAD support - Professor James Kirklan of University of Alabama. Dr. Kirklin shares his experiences in forming the PHTS and other organizations devoted to mechanical assist devices in adults and children and how he started the…
 
In this episode, Steve speaks with Dr. Jean William (Bill) Pape, a renowned public health professor and practitioner appointed in late April by Haitian President Moïse to co-chair the country’s Covid-19 response commission. Having combatted HIV/AIDS, cholera, hurricanes, and an earthquake, Bill deems the coronavirus pandemic as the toughest challen…
 
In this episode, we speak with Professor Salim Abdool Karim (Slim), a preeminent HIV scientist based in Durban who chairs the scientific Covid-19 advisory group launched by President Cyril Ramaphosa to guide the national response. Looking back to March, Slim bluntly surveys South Africa’s successes and achievements, the acute vulnerabilities of tho…
 
“If you don’t give yourself permission to create a new world, chances are nobody else will.” James Altucher The dystopia is here. Chaos, confusion, fear and anger. Horrific racism. Generations of pain fueling rioting and violence. Death and illness. Faltering systems and leadership failures. Market crashes and jobs lost. Communities are divided. Ho…
 
This week we replay one of the most listened to episodes of the early part of this podcast history - episode 21 with Dr. Anthony Rossi. Professor Rossi is the Director of Pediatric Cardiology at Nicklaus Children's Hospital in Miami, Florida and is one of the leaders and pioneers in the field of pediatric cardiac critical care. We sit down with Dr.…
 
In this episode, on the day when the number who have died from Covid-19 in America reached 100,000, we speak with special guests Eustace and Carol Theodore, both longtime friends of Steve. After vacationing in England in the first half of March, as the virus was swiftly and invisibly spreading throughout the UK, they returned to Vermont, just prior…
 
“I continue to be amazed by our bodies’ ability for self-repair. It’s never too late to start exercising and never too late to start eating healthier.” Michael Greger, MD When it comes to reliable nutrition information, the internet is a warn-torn, metastasizing mushroom cloud of toxic half-truths and misinformation. How do we sort through the trib…
 
“Ultimately, the truth comes from within. It's not something we find from the outside and bring into our lives. It's something that was always there that we just discover.” David Clark On May 21, 2020, the world lost a treasure. A beloved, 2-time RRP alumni, David Clark was one of the most courageous, resilient and authentic human beings I've ever …
 
This week we enter the world of cardiovascular anesthesiology to review a recent work from Duke University on the results of the use of IV methadone during cardiac surgery in children. Does this agent result in reductions in postoperative opioid usage while affording similar analgesia? What are the advantages of this agent in this setting? How much…
 
“I think what people find in tragic challenges is a part of themselves they didn’t know existed. A new character arises in the midst of grief.” Guru Singh Welcome back to another edition of Guru Multiverse — the latest in my ongoing series of spiritual deep dives with Guru Singh, my treasured friend and favorite wizard of all things mystical. For t…
 
In this episode, we are joined by a very special guest: Julien, a wonderfully insightful 13-year-old seventh-grader from Berkeley, California. We talk about his experience of over two months of shelter-in-place: how disruptive has this been to friendships, school, sports? What has he done to get greater control over his life? Are we going to get ou…
 
In this episode, U.S. Senator Chris Van Hollen of Maryland joins us to talk about what Congress can do to respond to Covid-19 right now, including ensuring access and affordability for new treatments and a vaccine, and building stimulus packages for every level of government. Senator Van Hollen shares his thoughts on how expanding national service …
 
“My mantra is: you're strong, you're capable.” Colin O'Brady If you ask this week's guest what drives his success as a multiple world record breaking adventure athlete, his answer just might surprise you. It's not grit. It's not talent, perseverance or focus. Instead, it's infinite love. Returning for his fourth appearance on the podcast, Colin O'B…
 
In this crossover episode with CSIS's The Truth of the Matter podcast, Tulane University professor and historian John Barry, author of the New York Times bestseller The Great Influenza, joins the podcast from his home in New Orleans’ French Quarter to discuss the lessons gleaned from the 1918 Spanish Flu pandemic that speak to today’s coronavirus p…
 
This week we enter into the worlds of fetal cardiology and preventative cardiology to review a recent work from Professor Paul Leeson of Oxford University on the topic of pregnancy induced hypertension and the impact this plays on the cardiovascular health of the offspring. How does this form of HTN affect the structure of the RV and LV in the offs…
 
In this episode, we are joined by Director of the Africa CDC Dr. John Nkengasong and U.S. Ambassador to the African Union Jessica Lapenn. Africa CDC is advancing a continental plan to address the dire, burgeoning threat Covid-19 poses to Africa, where testing has been woeful, where the continent stands at the back of the line in access to test kits…
 
“Be the person you needed when you were younger.” -Chris Mosier With elections looming, the scope of human rights is being hotly debated — and soon to be cast across ballots. In the crosshairs is gender politics — specifically transgender rights — a vital subject of contention I admit to understanding less than I should. So let's talk about it. To …
 
This week we review a recent work from the team at Mercy Children's on the variability of sheath outer diameter (OD) amongst various sheaths. Can novel 4Fr adult radial sheaths have similar OD to more standard 3.3Fr pediatric sheaths? What are the trade-offs in using a radial sheath for this indication in a newborn? Senior author Dr. Abhay Divekar …
 
“There is no “us and them” to the coronavirus; we are all just us. It’s a costly lesson, but at this divisive time, it is of great value.” Dr. David Katz The media fervor currently swirling the pandemic is a fever of conflicting data and performative politics. Black and white, it's either sequester ad infinitum or back to work now — a conversation …
 
In this episode, we bring in Alisha Kramer, a star who cut her teeth right after college working with the CSIS Global Health Policy Center. Now a freshly-minted resident doctor, practicing obstetrics and gynecology in Atlanta hospitals, she assists young pregnant women in navigating the new realities of Covid-19. She shares with us reflections on t…
 
In this episode, the conversation takes off from a recent piece published by Steve and Anna Carroll, Global Health Policy Center’s Associate Fellow, that examines President Trump’s decision to suspend U.S. assistance to the World Health Organization. What drives that decision? And with what consequences, at this historic moment in the pandemic? Is …
 
“Never doubt that one person can make a difference.” INGRID NEWKIRK A true force of nature, today's guest needs little introduction. Meet Ingrid Newkirk. The original doyenne of animal activism, Ingrid is the legendary and infamous co-founder and president of People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals, a non-profit she personally shepherded into t…
 
On this episode we speak with Professor Edward Walsh of Harvard University about a recent work he co-authored on Ebstein's anomaly. Can review of pathological specimens offer some insights into why ablations in this patient group are so challenging? Is there an optimal age or size to perform an ablation in this patient group? Why are these ablation…
 
In this episode, the hosts are joined by Scott Dowell, coronavirus response leader at the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. They discuss how successful the global response has been in saving so many lives, as well as get Dr. Dowell's thoughts on which response strategy is best when considering herd immunity, lockdowns, intense digital contact tracin…
 
This week marks World Immunization Week, an annual celebration of vaccines that raise awareness and increase rates of immunization against vaccine-preventable diseases around the world. To mark World Immunization Week, Take as Directed launches a conversation recorded earlier in the year to place immunization within the debate around Universal Heal…
 
In this episode, Steve and Andrew are joined by Congressman Ami Bera (D-CA07) to talk about his work on the CSIS Commission on Strengthening America’s Health Security and his impressions of Covid-19, as both a doctor and an elected representative. They discuss how difficult it’s been to get Congress to spend resources on preparedness, and the work …
 
“As you love yourself, life loves you back.” KAMAL RAVIKANT I've got nothing but love for stories of personal metamorphosis, perhaps the most predominant theme of this show. The underdog everyman meets unforeseen obstacles. Brought to his knees, he's compelled to seek deep within. Meeting fate, strength is somehow found in a mystical power greater …
 
This week we delve into the world of cardiomyopathy and also stress echo to review a recent work from the team at Boston Children's on stress echo and its role in the assessment of the pediatric HCM patient. We speak with Assistant Professor of Pediatrics Ming Hui Chen of Harvard University about a recent work she co-authored on this modality in ch…
 
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