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Pro Vice Chancellor Brigid Heywood discusses the foundations on which The Open University research is based with a focus on an interdisciplinary approach and the importance of collaboration with other higher education colleagues in the UK and internationally. Brigid also looks at the School of Excellence's collaboration with NASA and The Open University's global connections.
 
Geology is the scientific study of the Earth, its origin, structure, processes and composition. This album is mainly concerned with the interpretation of geological maps and the relationship between the landscape and underlying rocks. The Open University's Dr Iain Gilmour talks us through the geological landforms of Dorset and the Isle of Skye, using geological maps and actual footage of the locations to illustrate his points. This material forms part of The Open University course S260 Geology.
 
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In episode 36 of the OFID podcast, OFID Editor in Chief Paul Sax, MD, interviews Emily Oster, PhD, professor of economics at Brown University and author of several books assessing risk during pregnancy and raising kids, to discuss communicating risk to readers and precautions parents should take in the time of COVID-19.…
 
In episode 35 of the OFID podcast, OFID Editor in Chief Paul Sax, MD, is joined by Zeynep Tufekci, PhD, sociologist and associate professor at the University of North Carolina, to discuss the logic behind her prescient COVID-19 pandemic conclusions, and her use of op-eds in prominent news outlets to amplify her findings.…
 
In episode 34 of the OFID podcast, OFID Editor in Chief Paul Sax, MD, speaks with David Meltzer, MD, PhD, professor and chief of hospital medicine at the University of Chicago, about his research linking low vitamin D levels with COVID-19 susceptibility, the limitations of currently available data, and if vitamin D supplementation is wise.…
 
On this episode, we are joined by professor of political science and dean of the University Honors College at Middle Tennessee State University John Vile. John earned his BA from the College of William and Mary and his Ph.D. from the University of Virginia, both in government. He taught at McNeese State University where he headed the Department of …
 
This episode's guest is associate professor in the school of journalism and strategic media, Dr. Ken Blake. Ken is a native of Huntington, W.Va., and he holds bachelor's and master's degrees in journalism from Marshall University and a doctorate in mass communication from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Ken joined the faculty of MT…
 
In episode 33 of the OFID podcast, OFID Editor in Chief Paul Sax, MD, speaks with Vinay Prasad, MD, MPH, author and associate professor of medicine at the University of California, San Francisco, about being an evidence-based medicine proponent, the handling of COVID-19 in the U.S., and voicing his thoughts on social media.…
 
Our guest in this episode is Professor of Music History at Middle Tennessee State University and Director of the university’s Center for Popular Music, one of the premier American music research archives, Dr. Greg Reish. Greg holds a MA and Ph.D. from the University of Georgia in musicology and a BA in studio music and jazz from the University of M…
 
Today's guest is a professor in the School of Journalism & Strategic Media Dr. Katie Foss, where she teaches courses in media studies, health communication, and research methods Dr. Katie Foss. Dr. Foss is the author of Constructing the Outbreak: Epidemics in Media and Collective Memory (2020), Breastfeeding and Media: Exploring Conflicting Discour…
 
Jason is joined on today’s episode by lecturer in the Department of English at Middle Tennessee State University and affiliated faculty member of the Women’s and Gender Studies program Dr. Shane McCoy (they/them/theirs). Dr. McCoy teaches undergraduate courses that focus on first-year composition (ENGL 1010/2020), African American Literature (ENGL …
 
Our guest on this episode of Open Stacks is Lecturer in the Department of English and General Education English Program Coordinator, 2020 Academy of American Poets Poet Laureate Fellow, and the 2020 Poet Laureate of Murfreesboro, Tennessee Amie Whittemore. Amie is the author of Glass Harvest published by Autumn House Press, the Reviews Editor at So…
 
Hear some spooktacular stories about the James E. Walker Library! Music: "John Carpenter's Halloween" by Trent Reznor & Atticus Ross and Toccata and Fugue in D minor BWV 565 by J.S. Bach played by organist Hans-André Stamm. This constitutes a fair use of any copyrighted material as provided for in section 107 of the US copyright law.…
 
This episode's guest is Assistant Professor of English and Director of the Margaret H. Ordoubadian University Writing Center, Dr. Erica Cirillo-McCarthy. Erica teaches undergraduate classes in First Year Writing, Research & Argumentation, and Tutoring Writing and graduate classes in Archival Research Methods and Directed Reading on Oral History in …
 
We will be debuting a brand new podcast on Oct. 21! In Open Stacks, the library's interim dean, Dr. Jason Martin will host conversations with accomplished teachers, scholars, and artists from all disciplines and walks of life. For more on the show, please visit library.mtsu.edu/openstacks.โดย Clay Trainum
 
In episode 32 of the OFID podcast, OFID Editor in Chief Paul Sax, MD, invites University of Alabama Jim Straley Chair in AIDS Research Michael Saag, MD, to walk through his harrowing experience with COVID-19, offer a comparison between COVID-19 and HIV, and what gives him hope for the future.โดย Oxford University Press
 
In a pre-pandemic OFID podcast, OFID Editor in Chief Paul Sax, MD, takes on Monica Mahoney, PharmD, clinical pharmacy coordinator of infectious diseases at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, in a podcast draft. This time, the pair debates their top ID internet resources (COVID-19 excluded).โดย Oxford University Press
 
In episode 30 of the OFID podcast, OFID Editor in Chief Paul Sax, MD, speaks with David Boulware, MD, MPH, about the large, double-blind, internet-based trial he and his team conducted finding hydroxychloroquine is no more effective at preventing COVID-19 infection than a placebo.โดย Oxford University Press
 
In episode 29 of the OFID podcast, OFID Editor in Chief Paul Sax, MD, speaks candidly with Eric Bressman, MD, chief medical resident at Mt. Sinai Hospital, about confronting the onslaught of COVID-19 cases at Elmhurst Hospital, the disproportionate impact on the Queens community, and the toll on his colleagues and family.…
 
In episode 28 of the OFID podcast, OFID Editor in Chief Paul Sax, MD, speaks with Helen Branswell – a seasoned infectious diseases and global health reporter at STAT – a media company offering health, medicine, and scientific discovery reporting. She shares the turbulent pursuit of the Coronavirus Disease 2019 story.…
 
In the 26th episode of the OFID podcast, OFID Editor in Chief Paul Sax, MD, interviews medical cartoonist and Chief of Hospital Medicine at Mount Sinai West Hospital, Grace Farris, MD. The pair discuss how she found her passion in art and medicine, and the all-too-real issues she brings to life in her cartoons.…
 
Paul Sax, MD – OFID Editor in Chief – and Raphael Landovitz, MD, are at it again. In the 25th episode of the OFID podcast, the pair engage in a lively debate of the top five research papers in HIV medicine, covering topics throughout the disease’s relatively short history. Dr. Landovitz is Associate Professor of Medicine at the University of Califo…
 
The 24th episode of the OFID podcast, hosted by OFID Editor Paul Sax, MD, explores the motivations and histories of two brothers who both followed their father’s footsteps into medicine, but then forayed into infectious diseases and now jointly own a private practice in Memphis, TN.โดย Oxford University Press
 
In this episode, OFID Editor Paul Sax, MD, invites colleague and friend Raphael Landovitz, MD, to debate the top five reasons one might choose infectious diseases as a medical specialty. The pair cover everything from being hit up for a consult at cocktail parties to having the distinct pleasure of removing parasites from terrified patients.…
 
In this episode, OFID Editor Paul Sax, MD, interviews Eric Winer, MD, about his enduring battle with hemophilia. Diagnosed at 13 months old, he shares how early exposure to hospitals and doctors ignited his drive to become a physician, and how his subsequent diagnoses with HIV, hepatitis C, and numerous treatment complications did not deter his wor…
 
In this episode, OFID Editor Paul Sax, MD, interviews Susan Davis, PharmD, about the role pharmacists play in improving patient outcomes, why PharmDs may be underutilized in the clinical setting, and ID drugs. They also reference the recent OFID article "A Qualitative Study of the Real World Experiences of Infectious Diseases Fellows Regarding Anti…
 
In this episode, OFID Editor Paul Sax, MD, interviews Philip Cheng, MD, a urology resident denied disability insurance after taking an HIV pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP). Here he shares how he first heard of and started taking PrEP, the time and steps he took to capture media attention, and how he’s adjusting to his newly found role combating disc…
 
In this episode, OFID Editor Paul Sax, MD, and Raphael Landovitz, MD, face off in a game that mirrors a fantasy sports draft, where the players take turns picking their favorite ID drugs available as generics.โดย Oxford University Press
 
In this episode, OFID Editor Paul Sax interviews his friend Andy Borowitz about his brush with death when he faced a life-threatening infection. Dr. Sax walks the satirist through the harrowing yet somehow now hilarious tale, from symptoms and diagnosis to his surgeon’s bedside manner and eventual recovery.…
 
In this installment of the OFID podcast series, Editor Paul Sax, MD, and Rebeca Plank, MD, MPH, face off once again in a game that mirrors a fantasy sports draft, taking turns picking ID diagnostic tests.โดย Oxford University Press
 
In this installment of the OFID podcast series, Editor Paul Sax, MD, interviews Rajesh Panjabi, MD, MPH, about a healthcare model for the world’s most remote and impoverished. He describes key facets of successfully deploying community members as health workers, the transformative power of rapid testing on disease management in resource-poor settin…
 
In this fifteenth installment of the OFID podcast, Alysse Wurcel, MD, MS, shares her work in infectious complications of addiction with Editor Paul Sax, MD. She discusses her OFID article “Increasing Infectious Endocarditis Admissions Among Young People Who Inject Drugs,” as well as shares some of the challenges of coaching other health professiona…
 
In the fourteenth installment of the OFID podcast series, Editor Paul Sax, MD, and Rebeca Plank, MD, MPH, face off in a game that mirrors a fantasy sports draft, where the players take turns picking the strongest team of antibiotics “players.”โดย Oxford University Press
 
In this thirteenth installment of the OFID podcast, Editor Paul Sax, MD, and Brad Spellberg, MD, discuss messaging and managing antibiotic stewardship. They delve into why it continues to be such a hot topic and how to convince hospital executives that the work is worthwhile, also well some of Dr. Spellberg’s all-time favorite misguided statements …
 
In this twelfth installment of the OFID podcast, Editor Paul Sax, MD, discusses pertussis epidemiology and prevention with James Cherry, MD. Dr. Cherry breaks down the evolution of pertussis vaccines over time, how to protect and prevent infection in those most at risk, and whether infections are truly on the rise.…
 
In the eleventh installment of the OFID podcast, Editor Paul Sax, MD, explores the ins-and-outs of manning the helm of one of the leading journals in ID – Clinical Infectious Diseases – with Sherwood Gorbach, MD. He will have held the Editor-in-Chief position for 17 years when he retires in December. Dr. Gorbach divulges the biggest challenges of t…
 
In the tenth installment of the OFID podcast, Editor Paul Sax, MD, interviews Wendy Armstrong, MD, and Michael Edmond, MD, MPH, to debate the root cause of the unsettling decline in infectious disease fellowship applicants. The trio explores how the lack of salary parity, less exposure to infectious diseases doctors during residency, and increasing…
 
In the ninth installment of the Open Forum Infectious Diseases podcast, Editor in Chief Paul Sax, MD, explores the current Zika virus outbreak with Duane Gubler, ScD, MS, who specializes in vector-borne infectious diseases. Dr. Gubler walks through the epidemiology of Zika and postulates both how Zika made its way to Brazil from the South Pacific a…
 
In the eighth installment of the OFID podcast, Editor Paul Sax, MD, delves into the headline-making pyrimethamine (Daraprim) saga where Turing Pharmaceuticals increased the price of the recently-acquired toxoplasmosis drug from $13 to $750 a pill. Aaron Kesselheim, MD, JD, MPH, and Joel Gallant, MD, MPH, join the discussion to shed light on what is…
 
In this seventh installment of the Open Forum Infectious Diseases podcast, Editor in Chief Paul Sax, MD, interviews Angela Caliendo, MD, PhD, about the latest advances in the microbiology laboratory and where the future will lead as clinicians demand faster and more accurate pathogen diagnostics. The pair explores the implementation of MALDI-TOF ma…
 
In this sixth installment of the Open Forum Infectious Diseases podcast, Editor in Chief Paul Sax, MD, speaks with Martin Blaser, MD, about the overuse of antibiotics in the United States and the consequential impact on the normal flora within the human body, known as the microbiota.โดย Oxford University Press
 
In this fifth installment of the Open Forum Infectious Diseases podcast, Editor in Chief Paul Sax, MD, engages with award-winning author and journalist Seth Mnookin about his critically-acclaimed “medical detective story,” The Panic Virus: The True Story Behind the Vaccine-Autism Controversy . Mnookin fields questions on lessons learned in the rece…
 
In this fourth installment of the Open Forum Infectious Diseases podcast, Editor in Chief Paul Sax, MD, discusses the Ebola pandemic with Paul E. Farmer, MD, PhD – an infectious diseases specialist who has spent most of his career focused on medical care of the underserved around the world. Partners in Health (PIH), an organization co-founded by Dr…
 
In this third installment of the Open Forum Infectious Diseases podcast, Editor in Chief Paul Sax, MD, speaks with colleague Deborah Cotton, MD, MPH, about the recent OFID article “A Glimpse of the Early Years of the Human Immunodeficiency Virus Epidemic: A Fellow's Experience in 2014.” Drs. Sax and Cotton compare their experiences in Boston (at Br…
 
In the second Open Forum Infectious Diseases podcast, Editor in Chief Paul Sax, MD, discusses the early days of HIV/AIDS with John Bartlett, MD – an HIV specialist and a leading infectious diseases (ID) physician. As an early responder to the epidemic in Baltimore, Dr. Bartlett reflects on the stigma and fear that rang through the medical community…
 
In the first Open Forum Infectious Diseases podcast, Editor in Chief Paul Sax, MD, interviews Samuel L. Katz, MD, a pediatrician and virologist who played an integral part in the development of the measles vaccine. Dr. Katz discusses the history of measles and gives his views on how to stop current outbreaks. He is currently the Wilburt Cornell Dav…
 
Senior Lecture Blaine Price discusses the Turing Test and artificial intelligence with author Simon Lavington #philosophical #software #TheProf #UniversalComputer #ThoughExperimentโดย The Open University
 
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