Hot Topics สาธารณะ
[search 0]
เพิ่มเติม

ดาวน์โหลดแอปเลย!

show episodes
 
H
Hoteliers Hot Topics

1
Hoteliers Hot Topics

IHG Owners Association

Unsubscribe
Unsubscribe
รายเดือน
 
The IHG Owners Association are the most established, successful and distinctive hotel owners association in the industry. With more than six decades of experience, we know what it takes to bring about unprecedented change and achieve monumental goals.We are pleased to present to you this series of bi-monthly podcasts with the IHG Owners Association hosts, Carly Hunt and John Stuart, as we discuss “Hoteliers Hot Topics” aimed at IHG franchisees, bringing you key insights for the market throug ...
 
Head Above Hypocrisy is a podcast that dives into the human condition via a common sense lens, that discusses everything from current news events, day to day perils of parenting to life long perils of being black in America Hosted by William Jeffery, an opinionated individual that takes his observations of the human race and invites you to reflect upon yourself, those around you, and occasionally take action. William is a family man, basketball enthusiast, lover of music, fetcher of things u ...
 
This series highlights expert perspectives, key studies, and breaking news from a diverse portfolio of allergy, asthma, and immunology topics. Hosted by clinical allergists Dr. Todd Mahr and Dr. Ketan Sheth, and produced in partnership with the American College of Asthma, Allergy, and Immunology, Hot Topics in Allergy is America's go-to resource for accurate and timely AAI education.
 
24hr Music Streaming. Live Radio Show. We Talk about business, Fashion, and Entertainment. If you would like to be featured contact us, but also follow us. You can become a sponsor, advertisers and be featured in our magazine. contact us at Longe@longemagazine.com or call 347 672 6878
 
A monthly podcast with academic experts debating the hot topics in sports news. Dr John P. Mills (Host) is joined by two co-hosts from Prof. Nelson Cortes, Dr Fergus Guppy, Dr Daniel March, Dr Alejandro González De Agüero, Dr Eion Murray, Matthew Shaw MSc, Henry Titly-Wall Msc, Jay Matthams MSc, and Tristan Mayglothling MSc to discuss the hottest topics in the sports news. Visit our website for more information or to ask a question: https://awfullygood.org/sports-debate
 
Some of the best ideas start as doodles on the back of a napkin. This is a podcast created in honor of that great tradition, focusing on hot topics in marketing and communications. Meet inspiring and influential marketers from leading companies. Join CEOs and experts as we spitball challenges keeping them up at night. Learn from innovators who are transforming industries and sketching solutions that capture our imagination. Opinions of guests and host are their own.
 
The internet runs the world, and we talk with the brilliant people behind the scenes who make it happen. Through conversations with software vendors, developers, entrepreneurs, and activists, we’ll dive into the web apps they run and how they’ve enriched people’s lives. Discover something new to power up your next world-changing project, building your confidence to deploy on Fridays. Hosted by Platform.sh: the end-to-end web platform for teams. PS: We deploy on Fridays! Join the discussion b ...
 
Loading …
show series
 
Do you dream about losing your teeth, falling or being naked in public? Do you dream about lost loved ones or friends? What about your nightmares? What do our dreams mean? On this episode, we explore our dreams with Dream Analyst Lauri Loewenberg. Lauri is a Certified Dream Analyst, syndicated columnist, author, popular radio personality, speaker a…
 
In the latest Hot Topics podcast from NB Medical Dr Neal Tucker discusses the latest research important in primary care and interviews two experts in improving asthma care and sustainable healthcare. In new research we examine: The role of self-monitoring of BP in women with hypertension or higher risk of pre-eclampsia - does it provide early detec…
 
In this episode the IHG Owners Association are joined by Patrick De Peuter, a veteran in the hospitality industry. Patrick has been connected to IHG brands for over 45 years and joins us on todays podcast to talk to John Stuart about his passion for the industry, where it all began and how his career has gone from strength to strength, including hi…
 
If you are in need of a kidney transplant, finding a living donor can sound scary and overwhelming. Where should you start and what’s the best way to share your story with the world? In this episode, you will hear from transplant recipients who once stood in your shoes. In this episode, we spoke with: Dorothy Muench, LCSW Dori Muench is a post-tran…
 
Bears, Chickens and the Catskills, Oh My! This week our special guest is the incomparable Melissa Gilbert. Many of you remember Melissa as Laura Ingalls Wilder on Little House on the Prairie. She is also a director, producer, former president of the Screen Actors Guild, wife, mom and grandmother and now farmer. Melissa has written a new book titled…
 
We continue our Women in Business Bonus Series with CEO, Entrepreneur and Philanthropist Twila True. Twila is an Oglala Sioux Native American from the Pine Ridge Reservation of South Dakota- the second largest reservation in the U.S. and the poorest place in the country. She shares her stories and insights into her journey from South Dakota to CEO.…
 
What is Feng Shui? How can it impact the essential 9 areas of our lives? What are the 5 elements we should introduce in our home? This episode answers these questions and examines much more. Our guest is Kristina Hollinger, a Feng Shui expert and author who has been practicing Feng Shui for over 10 years. You might even recognize her as the Feng Sh…
 
Did you know that the female brain gets stronger and better in midlife and beyond? New York Times bestselling author Dr. Louann Brizendine shares how it happens in her new book, THE UPGRADE. Dr. Brizendine is a clinical psychiatrist who has written has written several popular books on the female and male brain. In her newest book, she explains that…
 
From the invention of the dialysis machine to the first successful kidney transplant, science has come a long way in extending life for kidney patients. Is transplantation between humans and animals the next step? In this episode, you will hear from a doctor behind the first successful transplant of a human receiving a pig kidney and where the scie…
 
This week we are talking about naturopathic wellness for women 40+ with Dr. Jill Stansbury and Gwendolyn Floyd. Dr. Stansbury is a naturopathic family physician who specializes in women's health and endocrinology, chronic disease, mental health and acute opiate withdrawal. Gwen Floyd is the co-founder of Wile Women, a line of wellness products that…
 
Bonus Episode: We start our Women in Business Series with the former CEO of Neiman Marcus, Karen Katz. Karen shares her experience on climbing the corporate ladder, her time as CEO of Neiman Marcus and the calculated risks that can make a corporate executive successful. She also shares the stories behind the infamous Neiman Marcus Christmas Catalog…
 
Many potential living organ donors have questions, such as what does the journey look like, and how do you know if you are eligible to donate? If you are one of them, this podcast is for you. On this episode, our panel will share the first-hand experience of being a living donor and walk you through the evaluation process. In this episode, you will…
 
On this new episode, Mary Laura Philpott discusses her new memoir BOMB SHELTER: LOVE, TIME AND OTHER EXPLOSIVES. Mary Laura is widely known for her popular book I MISS YOU WHEN I BLINK. This follow up book hits a little closer to home in the form of short essays of her life. As a relatable midlife mom, she shares in clear detail her rollercoaster o…
 
Welcome to another Hot Topics podcast with Dr Neal Tucker. In this busy edition, we discuss whether national guidelines are affected by bias against race or ethnicity, potentially driving health inequalities. GP and researcher Dr Dipesh Gopal joins us for an interview to examine issues around NICE hypertension guidance. In new research, we have pap…
 
It's time to talk fashion for Spring and Summer! We invited expert Alison Lumbatis this week to share the must haves and the must avoid items for 2022. Alison works hard on her website GetYourPrettyOn.com as well as social media to help women 40+ get out of their yoga pants and into some great fashion. She wants women to gain confidence through the…
 
Some diseases run in the family, when more than one person has the same kind of illness passed down through genes. One of those genes, called APOL1, has variations that are linked to an increased risk for kidney disease, especially in under-resourced communities of color. In today's bonus episode, we discuss how a clinical research study is looking…
 
You may be familiar with Venus Morris Griffin's story from the recent feature in Humans of New York. It is a story of triumph over adversity and much more. Venus had a tumultuous childhood and married young at 21. She had 6 children with her husband before the fateful night when she received a phone call from a prostitute and she learned that her h…
 
This bonus episode is the audio portion of a Q&A session we hosted on the Revel platform. Amanda Thebe was our guest expert and joined us again to answer women's questions on weight gain, weight loss, health, menopause, strength and much more. The hour session was filled with community and questions and Amanda had thoughtful answers for them all. J…
 
Morten Jordt Duedahl has invited Jens Andersen, managing director of Naestved District Heating, and Jesper Moeller-Larsen, managing director of the DH company in Aalborg. Both are working on converting more of their cities from gas to district heating every day in Denmark. The aim is to inspire others to start their gas conversions and, as always, …
 
This week we are discussing women's health issues, FemTech and FemAging with Denise Pines. Denise is a longtime health community advocate, media pioneer, founder of Wise Pause and Tea Botanicals. She also co-authored a 2020 Health and Tech Report which identifies a largely ignored subsect of FemTech called FemAging. FemTech is the matching of funds…
 
In the Hot Topics podcast, Neal Tucker discusses the latest primary care news and research. This week: Reflecting on NHS England's PCN stipulations - general practice finds itself in a lose-lose situation. Is it a coincidence it comes just as a think tank backed by the health secretary pushes for all GPs to be salaried? Research: Hamsters can give …
 
Our guest this week is the amazing actress Adrienne Barbeau. You may remember Adrienne as Carol, the daughter of Bea Arthur in Maude or from countless horror films. Who could forget Cannonball Run? Actually, Adrienne would like to because she did not enjoy the filming of that movie. She was also the original Rizzo for Grease on Broadway and has wri…
 
Too many women are either afraid or unclear what to ask their gynecologists regarding menopause and perimenopause. We invited Dr. Jewel Kling from the Mayo Clinic to answer some of the top questions that her patients ask. Dr. Kling is an Associate Professor of Medicine, Chair of the Division of Women’s Health Internal Medicine, Assistant Director o…
 
This week we say goodbye to midlife weight gain with Dr. Mary Claire Haver and The Galveston Diet. The Galveston Diet is the first program created by a female OBGYN physician for women in menopause. Dr. Haver created The Galveston Diet to address her own midlife weight gain. Now with almost 70,000 midlife women as clients, she has cracked the code …
 
In the latest Hot Topics podcast with Dr Neal Tucker, we reflect on the government removing covid measures and how this affects general practice. In research, we have a look at a timely BMJ paper on the accuracy of lateral flow tests? As we prepare to stop testing, does the data provide us with some reassurance? We also have a look at a new way of …
 
This week we are talking pelvic health with Dr. Megan Rorabeck. Dr. Rorabeck is a board-certified women’s health clinical specialist physical therapist and author of Amazon's #1 best-seller Between the Hips: A Practical Guide for Women. Dr. Rorabeck will explain to us exactly what muscles, organs and nerves are included in the pelvic region. She sh…
 
In this episode the IHG Owners Association are joined by Susan Bland, Managing Director of RBH Management Mariana Szebrat from IHG and Louise Holder from IHG, to talk “All Things Environment and Sustainability.” Susan, Mariana and Louse talk with John Stuart from the IHG Owners Association about the Cop26, the Paris agreement, what all the jargon m…
 
Part 2 of our conversation with Ginger Zee is a continuation of her personal story. After she sought in patient treatment, her life began to turn around. She became a popular team member at Good Morning America and met the love of her life. Ginger is now on a mission through her book and her continued conversations to destigmatize mental illness an…
 
In this episode of The Proskauer Brief, partner Evandro Gigante and associate Laura Fant discuss a recent New York City law requiring employers to state salary ranges in job postings. Effective May 15, 2022, as an amendment to the New York City Human Rights law, it shall now be an unlawful discriminatory practice for an employer or their agent to a…
 
This episode is part 1 of our 2 part conversation with Ginger Zee. Ginger is the chief meteorologist at ABC News, reporting on the nation’s weather for “Good Morning America” and across ABC News broadcasts and digital platforms. She is also a survivor. In her first book, NATURAL DISASTER, Ginger is honest and open in sharing her struggles with ment…
 
It's the holiday time of chocolate and flowers, but who says we can't buy our own? Our guest this week is Katie Phillips, founder of The School of Self Love for Women. Katie teaches women how to live a more authentic, aligned and empowered life. In other words, how to unapologetically love ourselves! Katie believes we must first do our own internal…
 
After not being out the house for 13 days due to him and the kids having covid, Neal Tucker uses the Hot Topics podcast for a bit of escapism. Apart from singing the blues, in this podcast we discuss the latest medical news including reports of racism in the NHS, government calls for nationalisation of general practice and the negative effects of p…
 
In this episode the IHG Owners Association are joined by Susan Bland, Managing Director of RBH Management Mariana Szebrat from IHG and Louise Holder from IHG, to talk “All things Environment and Sustainability.” Susan, Mariana and Louse talk with John Stuart from the IHG Owners Association about the copp26, the Paris agreement, what all the jargon …
 
Pregnancy can be an exciting time for most people, but what does it look like if you are a kidney patient? What does pregnancy look like if they have kidney disease, are on dialysis, or have received a transplant? In this episode, we’ll hear useful facts and tips from transplant nephrologist Dr. Mariana Markell, as well as personal stories from Car…
 
This week we talk to Jannine Versi, COO of Elektra Health and Jacqueline Giannelli, a board certified family nurse practitioner about the benefits of testosterone use for women in menopause. We discuss the increased energy and sexual drive that testosterone can offer vs. the potential side effects. They share how best to use testosterone and the di…
 
In this week's episode, Prof Nelson Cortes, Jay Matthams, and Dr Daniel March debate whether it is okay for coaches to touch their athletes? Jay and Dan are arguing that it is okay and Nelson that it is not. What do you think? Get in contact with us via twitter (https://twitter.com/sportsdebatepod) or our website (https://awfullygood.org/sports-deb…
 
Loading …

คู่มืออ้างอิงด่วน

Google login Twitter login Classic login