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As India navigates its way through the 21st-century, it confronts crucial challenges. Tune into India Speak, the podcast by the Centre for Policy Research (CPR), as experts shed light on some of the most important issues of our times and how India can address them. These issues include politics, climate change, governance, foreign policy, technology, state capacity, urbanisation, land rights, sanitation, economy and more.
 
The Great Composers dives deep into the lives behind some of the greatest music ever written. Host Karla Walker and conductor Scott O'Neil look at the world through the eyes of these gifted artists. Learn about obstacles they overcame, and their loves, losses, successes and failures. You'll feel you know Mozart, Rachmaninov and others as friends.
 
THIS PODCAST HAS TWO FREE AUDIOBOOKS. THEY ARE:1) BUTCHERED BY "HEALTHCARE"HOW YOU CAN SURVIVE “HEALTHCARE,” THE LARGEST AND MOST CORRUPT INDUSTRY IN AMERICA. Robert Yoho, MD, a top physician, has written this award-winning book to help you see through the lies, handle hospitals, find trustworthy doctors, and master your drugs. Learn how to avoid disgracefully ineffective and overused treatments such as:✪ Angioplasty and coronary artery bypass surgery✪ Low back and endoscopic knee surgeries ...
 
This series looks at common myths and misconceptions around raising a healthy family. Google has become our go-to for all the questions of daily life, but wading through forums for answers can be a real pain. To help sort fact from fiction is host Sarah Hunstead from CPR Kids. She's a paediatric emergency nurse, author and passionate advocate for child safety and children’s health issues. Host and research: Sarah Hunstead Producer: Chloe MacKenzie Executive Producer: Tim Ritchie
 
DISSONANCE is a biweekly music and talk show on community station Radio CPR 101.7 FM in Washington, DC, focusing on the underground music world in the nation's capital and beyond. Each episode features a different guest DJ and interview subject from the punk or artistic community. Previous guests include members of the Bad Brains, Minor Threat, Fugazi, Government Issue, Bratmobile, Q and not U, The Dismemberment Plan, Black Market Baby, Darkest Hour, Damnation A.D., Scream, Gray Matter, Nati ...
 
Purplish is CPR News' weekly podcast about state politics, state government, Colorado policy, and political identity. This season the show is hosted by public affairs reporters Bente Birkeland and Andrew Kenney. Each week of the legislative session, they'll break down the latest developments at the capitol, offer an engaging guide to the most significant policies up for debate, and dive deep into the bigger picture of what it all means for our not-red, not-blue, still pretty purple state.
 
The PR Future podcast from the USC Center for Public Relations (CPR) shares the latest trends and provides insight into the future of public relations and strategic communication. Produced at the USC Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism and hosted by CPR Director and Golin Chairman Emeritus Fred Cook, #PRFuture features discussions with communication executives, academics, students and more as part of our mission to define the future of our industry and to develop those who will ...
 
Life is busy and everything is always on the move. We do need to take some time in our day to calm down. Breathe. Relax. Lessons With A King is a daily show where nuggets of lessons learned over the years will be shared, broken down and tangible takeaways will be given to help make your day a little bit better.
 
A Big Heart is a podcast about living with heart disease. When Mike Papale was 17 years old he was seemingly healthy and being recruited to play basketball in college. On August 24, 2006, while working at a basketball camp, Mike slumped over and went into sudden cardiac arrest. There was no AED on site and doctors have said his chances of survival were one in a million. He was later diagnosed with Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy (HCM). Mike is currently the President & CEO of In A Heartbeat, a n ...
 
Baby Beginnings will help prepare the mother, partners and birth workers for what lies ahead. Stacey will help work through the rollercoaster of obstacles and emotions, help you be more informed about options, how to advocate for yourself and help partners to feel they have the right tools to be supportive. Baby Beginnings also wants you to prepare for the next steps of coming home with your baby and educate you on caring for yourself and your newborn. We will be interviewing experienced pro ...
 
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The second wave of COVID-19 left an already-strained health system crumbling. As one of the initial states hit by the surge of cases, Delhi faced many challenges ensuring adequate oxygen supply to patients. In this episode of India Speak, Yamini Aiyar (President and Chief Executive, CPR) speaks to Shailendra Sharma (Education Advisor, Delhi Governm…
 
A live update from the River Fire burning in Placer and Nevada counties near the area of Colfax. Also, a recap of the first — and possibly only — gubernatorial recall debate. And KCRA Anchor and Olympics Reporter, Deirdre Fitzpatrick, recaps the 2020 Tokyo Olympics ahead of the final day. Today's Guests Cal Fire Incident Commander Jim Hudson, on th…
 
Updates in pain management by Gavin Pattullo Opioids are often a mainstay of therapy in trauma pain, though they are in turn the cause of much trauma. For every 4000 Australians prescribed an opioid there will be one death in the community as a result. In-patients similarly have greater risk of harm when their analgesia is opioid based. This presen…
 
The closing of I-70 in Glenwood Canyon after mud and debris flows affects businesses that rely on the corridor for shipping. Then, meet the US' first female Olympic gold medalist in Taekwondo. Later, working to stop water from leaking out of irrigation canals. And a new plant species discovered in Rocky Mountain National Park.…
 
As many still recover financially from the pandemic, food insecurity continues to burden many throughout the nation. We’ll hear from two food banks about how they shifted to meet the needs of even more people in the past year. And, when Sacramento County received CARES Act funds last year, many made public comments to show their dissatisfaction wit…
 
Lesson 216: No One Will Care For Your Thing As Much As You Do This lesson will make your life a lot easier. Understanding that no one will care for your thing as much as you do spares you the disappointment that comes from expecting more from people than they can or are willing to give. That thing you love might mean the world to you but to someone…
 
CDOT's chief engineer, Steve Harelson, joins us to talk about what it will take to reopen I-70 in Glenwood Canyon and to make the highway safe from mud and debris flow. Then, licensed psychologist Rick Ginsberg on dealing with the anxiety of trying to return to normal at this stage in the pandemic. Plus, a bike opera! And, working to preserve Camp …
 
A UCSF infectious diseases physician explains the Delta variant’s impact on breakthrough cases. Also, a year-long investigation into California conservatorships and what’s being done to regulate the $13-billion industry. The Girl Scout council in the Central Valley discusses the variety of programs and how it’s evolved. Finally, the South Yuba Rive…
 
Les, Kurt, and Jason have lots to share as Les and Jason ran into each other last night! But more importantly, Les saw the one and only Eric Roberts outside of his chiropractors office, AND Les was on stage in Blac Chyna’s clubhouse. Les may have been too afraid to ask Eric Roberts to be on this podcast because of his “resting I will f** you up fac…
 
In this podcast, Ken Sakurai provides an update on the recent RCTs for Vitamin C in Sepsis. The battle against sepsis continues, with Vitamin C the most recent weapon in our arsenal. Since Prof. Marik’s 2017 trial on metabolic resuscitation, there has been renewed interest in the use of vitamin C. Ken reviews the rationale and pre-clinical evidence…
 
Former Gov. Richard "Dick" Lamm, who died last week, spent his 60-year career on issues still in the spotlight. We share excerpts from his past Colorado Matters interviews and a friend’s memories. Then, the perilous situation in Glenwood Canyon shows what communities grapple with for years after wildfire.…
 
The capitol riot committee held its first hearing in Washington D.C., but there will be more to come, all as the U.S. political world continues to turn under the guise of the pandemic; we’ll make sense of it all with the Political Junkie, Ken Rudin. CapRadio reporter Sarah Mizes-Tan also joins the show with a closer look at racial disparities in PP…
 
Lesson 214: Don't Fear The Abyss It can be a struggle to reach out for help, to talk to someone, especially when you need it. But I know that reaching out for help and accepting help isn't a sign of weakness. Depression can be difficult. Just dealing with any mental health challenge is difficult. We should be open to help and reaching out when we c…
 
To jab or not to jab? That’s a question still facing many Californians as the Covid-19 pandemic continues and the Delta Variant makes a surge across the state. But for healthcare and state workers, Governor Newsom is pressing the issue, requiring all private and public employees in those fields to provide proof of vaccination or face weekly testing…
 
This episode of Inside EMS is sponsored by Pulsara. Learn more about how you can build a regional system of care for free by clicking here.In this episode of the Inside EMS Podcast, co-hosts Chris Cebollero and Kelly Grayson discuss how best to treat patients with congestive heart failure (CHF). Our hosts give an overview of the pathophysiology of …
 
With COVID-19 cases increasing because of the delta variant, there's increased consideration about making vaccinations mandatory. Then, we talk with actor Reid Miller about his role in the new movie "Joe Bell," a true story with ties to Colorado. Plus, Colorado Springs celebrates its 150th birthday.
 
In this episode Dr. Marc Katz brings back Dr. Kaitlyn McSurdy as a guest to discuss using social media as a medical professional and other miscellaneous tips for medical trainees. About the guest Dr. Kaitlyn McSurdy is a current second year internal medicine resident at Temple University in Philadelphia. On our two episode interview we talk about w…
 
Lesson 211: Get A Commonplace Book A commonplace book is essential and we should all have one. It's essentially a journal. A place where you put in what I love to call "all of the things". Commonplace books are a way to compile knowledge, usually by writing information into books. Such books are essentially scrapbooks filled with items of every kin…
 
Hank Shaw has a lifelong love for fish. He gets excited about the catch. “The tug is the drug,” as he says. Every kind of fish has a different “feel” at the other end of the line, and every angler has a way of working the water. But unlike some anglers, Shaw has taken the time to learn the cultures that surround fish. He explores the unique styles …
 
Democratic State Assemblymember Kevin McCarty explains California’s record-spending on education in the state budget. Founder and Director of the Center for Inclusive Democracy at USC Mindy Romero and political strategist Paul Mitchell discuss the impact tepid voter turnout could have on the upcoming governor recall election, and we learn more abou…
 
This past year and a half has been nothing short of historic. As we’ve chronicled momentous events in real time through a communications lens this season, our guests have provided invaluable insight into effectively addressing some of the most prominent social issues of today. Change, especially large-scale social change, is never easy. But through…
 
Oli covers the initial management of patients with traumatic cervical spinal cord injury. He covers the neurological assessment – how and why we do the ASIA or ISNCSCI Exam and why it matters. It’s not always straight forward, but getting a motor and sensory level and determining if a patient has perianal sensation and voluntary anal contraction ca…
 
Lesson 210: It's Ok To Store Away Ideas Testing ideas will lead you to discover which ideas just might not work the way you'd love them to. Now that doesn't mean you should throw the idea away. Nope, store it because you never know when you might need that idea and when it just might be the right fit to complete a project. PROMPT: How do you feel a…
 
Alex Marrero is the new superintendent of Denver Public Schools, the largest district in the state. We ask about masks and assessing how much learning's been lost to the pandemic. Then, Broncos training camp begins with questions about the quarterback and team ownership. Also, working to preserve Dearfield, and Lake Powell's critical water drop.…
 
With the Delta variant causing spikes in COVID-19 cases throughout the US, the CDC issued a recommendation that everyone, including those who are vaccinated, wear masks in indoor, public settings. We’ll hear from an infectious disease expert about the new recommendation. Plus, why certain zip codes are experiencing lower vaccination rates. Today's …
 
In this episode of EMS One-Stop With Rob Lawrence, Rob welcomes guest Scott Moore of Moore EMS Consulting and HR consultant to the American Ambulance Association. Rob and Scott discuss the results of the third annual American Ambulance Association (AAA)/Newton 360 Ambulance Industry Employee Turnover Study.The Turnover Study findings reveal the cos…
 
Colorado's new state historian, Nicki Gonzales, wants to engage children to understand the past and how it informs the present in a way that ensures inclusivity. Then, a vaccine clinic where a 13-year-old girl took matters into her own hands. Plus, sorting through the space debris in orbit and the threat it poses. And, the legacy of Chuck E. Weiss.…
 
In this main episode podcast we discuss the conservative management of large spontaneous pneumothorax, when a pigtail chest tube with Heimlich valve is indicated, detection of persistent air leak, removal of chest tube, surgical indications for spontaneous pneumothorax, management pitfalls and more... The post Ep 158 Management of Primary Spontaneo…
 
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