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These sermons are from Texas RUF's Large Group meetings. We meet on Wednesday nights @ 7pm at the Texas Women's Federation Building at 2312 San Gabriel St. For more information about RUF at Texas please visit www.ruf.org/ut.
 
Martinsville Live is a community based news source focusing on local events, happenings, people, places and businesses. Social media is where most people go to find out what’s going on in our community. We are using this platform as a “modern day newspaper.”Our group is ran by admins to protect the integrity of the page and to keep our focus on local news, avoiding drama and strong opinions that create conflict in our community. Martinsville Live has a vision to engage in exciting, informati ...
 
The sultry vocals and blissful beats of Downtempo Electronica. Darkly cinematic ambient soundscapes. The smoky urban sound of NuJazz. The melancholy lyrics of singer-songwriters. The crystalline precision of modern-classical. Discover a sophisticated blend of podsafe music. Indie music -- perfect for late-night listening. All Curated by Austin Beeman Music midnight; a place where genre dissolves into darkness and mood is everything. · Music for the comfort of an easy chair. · Music for makin ...
 
The BFPN is a faction of the Big Fat Media Co. We are a creative collective based out of Cleveland, OH. We have a diverse group of contributors. It shouldn't be too hard to find a channel that interests you. From gaggles of comedians, washed up athletes, to business professionals, pot heads, pro wrestling nerds, and amateur movie critics.
 
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It’s World Mental Health Day. Dan and Kristin caught up with Dr Mark Cross, Psychiatrist and author. They discuss a range of mental health topics: changes in mental health literacy at a population level the mental health of health professionals mental health and well being in challenging times best practice prescribing of psychotropic medicines You…
 
Kristin is joined by Simon Lewis, Professor of Cognitive Neuroscience at the Brain and Mind Centre, University of Sydney to discuss Parkinson’s Disease. We find out about: The link between COVID-19, Parkinson’s disease and your sense of smell Risk factors and causes of Parkinson’s disease Non-motor features of Parkinson’s disease Therapeutic option…
 
Kristin and Dan caught up with Alicia Martin, author of the recent paper Gender balance in pharmacy leadership: Are we making progress?. We discuss Alicia’s findings and how well Australian pharmacy organisations are doing at representing women in leadership positions. Alicia’s paper on Science Direct Follow Alicia on twitter…
 
Kristin and Dan spoke to Professor Steve Vucic about Motor Neurone Disease (MND). Steve is a Professor in the Faculty of Medicine, University of Sydney, Director of Neurophysiology and Consultant Neurologist at Westmead Hospital in Sydney. We spoke about the basics of MND, current treatments and what the future may hold. You can learn more about St…
 
In another best-of collection to celebrate our 100th episode, here are Kristin's Top Five favourite episodes: Episode 65 - Surgery in the Victorian Era with Dr Lindsey Fitzharris, Author of "The Butchering Art" Episode 83 - The Unexpected when you're Expecting with Dr Nisha Khot Episode 72 - Is your postcode making you sick? The Australian Atlas of…
 
In another best-of collection to celebrate our 100th episode, here are Jane’s Top Five favourite episodes: Episode 64: Are We Wasting Our Patient’s Time? with Brian Dolan Episode 20: Heart Failure with Rochelle Gellatly Episode 59: Interventions to Improve Analgesic Prescribing with Jenny Stephens Episode 80: Peri-operative medicines management wit…
 
Darlene Bhavnani of Dell Medical School and Bill Kohl of the College of Education join Talking Eds to discuss the importance of contact tracing for containing infectious disease, and how uneven policies and ongoing protests can complicate efforts to flatten the curve.โดย Talking Eds
 
To celebrate our 100th episode, we’re bringing you some highlights packages. First up is a recap of our five most downloaded episodes: Episode 1: Antibiotic Allergies with Jason Trubiano (with an update for Episode 50) Episode 45: Why tramadol sucks with David Juurlink Episode 49: Cardiovascular Therapeutic Guidelines update with Jane O’Connor and …
 
In an episode to mark National Reconciliation week, Dan and Kristin spoke to Chastina Heck and Aleena Williams. Chastina is a clinical pharmacist at Logan Hospital and an Associate Lecturer at the University of Queensland. Aleena is the Director of Immunisations at the Northern Territory Public Health Directorate. Chas and Aleena are both proud Abo…
 
Kristin flies solo this week to talk to Dr Lisa Kouladjian O'Donnell, a consultant pharmacist and postdoctoral research associate affiliated with the NHMRC Cognitive Decline Partnership Centre, The University of Sydney, and the Kolling Institute, Royal North Shore Hospital, NSW. Kristin and Lisa discuss: definitions of polypharmacy and deprescribin…
 
Kristin & Dan spoke to Prof Ramon Shaban, Clinical Chair of Infection Prevention and Disease Control, University of Sydney and Western Sydney Local Health District We covered Australia’s interventions to reduce the spread of COVID-19 Testing of COVID-19, including the difference between antibodies, antigens & PCR testing. Are false negatives an iss…
 
Dan caught up with Mel Ankravs, chair of the SHPA Critical Care Leadership Group and Senior Pharmacist at the Royal Melbourne for a brief chat about the basics to caring for COVID-19 patients in the ICU. We couldn’t cover everything in this episode, but Mel recommends these resources for a deeper dive: National COVID-19 Clinical Evidence Taskforce …
 
In this time of enormous global change, many people have referred to what we are experiencing as our “new normal.” Charles R. Martinez, Jr., dean of the College of Education at The University of Texas at Austin, explains why he challenges the use of that phrase, how the pandemic is shining a spotlight on education and health disparities, and how th…
 
Mitch and Cleveland comedian/ co-host of The Guiltless Podcast, Bryan Sternik, sit down at a staple of Lakewood, OH: My Friends Diner. Bryan is the host of the award winning open mic, The Village Idiot at Lakewood Village Tavern (LVT). Bryan and I weren't finished drinking, so we decided to both slam some beer and devour country fried steak at 2 AM…
 
Kristin and Dan spoke to Professor Mary-Louise McLaws from the University of New South Wales Faculty of Medicine. Professor McLaws is a renowned infection control expert with extensive experience in novel viruses such as SARS. She is also an expert on pandemics and outbreak investigations. We covered: • Why do novel virus cause so much concern comp…
 
Kristin and Jane spoke to Professor Alex Broom from the University of Sydney. Alex is Professor of Sociology at the Department of Sociology and Social Policy. We asked Alex: What is sociology, and how does it apply to studies of healthcare and illness? How are principles of sociology particularly relevant to addressing rising antimicrobial resistan…
 
Part of many dumb conversations Mitch & Ted have had over the course of 6 months. @_mitchochondria @teddybruno_comedy @bigfatpodcast_ bigfatpodcast@gmail.com #BeforeWeHeadOut--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/bigfatpodnet/message
 
Comedian, Austin Trott, joins Mitch for a post show conversation. This is an archived recording. Part 1 of 2. SORRY THE MICROPHONES WERE FUCKED! Waaaaay too much reverb 🙃--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/bigfatpodnet/message
 
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