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Supercharge your learning and enhance your practice with this Internal Medicine Podcast featuring board certified Internists as they interview the experts to bring you clinical pearls, practice changing knowledge and bad puns. Doctors Matthew Watto, Stuart Brigham, Paul Williams and friends (a national network of students, residents and clinician educators) deliver a little knowledge food for your brain hole. Yummy! No boring lectures here, just high value content and a healthy dose of humor ...
 
Ever wondered how automation will change the world? Maybe you puzzle over what India could do to ease traffic congestion, or how China's aircraft carriers will transform Indian Ocean geopolitics? All Things Policy, a daily podcast brought to you by the Takshashila Institution, brings you all the answers. Every weekday, our researchers break down complex economic and geopolitical ideas through the lens of current events. For everyone from the busy executive to the curious student, All Things ...
 
The world of Student Athletes - The podcast to help guide and inspire student athletes to reach their goals. In every episode we will have guests such as coaches, trainers, athletes, academic advisors and many other experts giving their insights and experience in the athletic recruitment process.
 
An audio excavation project from WBRU x Now Here This. Join us as we dig through the archives. Now Here This is a student audio storytelling collective based out of Brown University and Rhode Island School of Design. WBRU is a radio station with a student podcast team.
 
Kieran takes both a science and spiritual focus on mental health. As a student of Medical Neuroscience at Duke University, a student of a Dharma Monk, and a student of many successful mentors in the western world, Kieran has moved through his own anxiety and depression. This podcast is dedicated to breaking down how this is possible through his own teachings, as well as fascinating interviews with deeply experienced professionals of their fields from all backgrounds. Join us every Monday 9am ...
 
Vanessa Spina is a Sport Nutrion Specialist, Biomedical Science Student. She is the Best selling author of Keto Essentials (Victory Belt) & an international speaker. On Fast Keto, Vanessa shares Keto and fasting tips & hacks, along with the science of fat burning and being a fat fueled machine! Fast Keto answers all of your pressing questions about the ketogenic lifestyle as well as intermittent fasting by featuring world renowned and leading edge keto & low carb doctors, scientist experts, ...
 
Welcome! This Podcast is for you...yes YOU! The undecided individual living outside the USA, the confused and curious college student living in the USA, and yes even the distraught working class adult navigating the peaks and valleys of working in a foreign country. The L&SDistrict is for us all, the community of international students who make the bold move to relocate to the USA in search of better education and opportunities. This Podcast is hosted by two different, yet complementary wome ...
 
The Bologna Institute for Policy Research (BIPR) is the research division of the Johns Hopkins University School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS) in Europe. Its purpose is to promote problem-centered, interdisciplinary research in international policy by drawing upon the global network of SAIS faculty, students and scholars. BIPR SeminarCasts are made available to the public with the goal of providing a pivotal forum for thought and debate in international public policy.
 
Welcome to Homecoming, a podcast that features the diverse stories, experiences, and insights of Asian, Asian American, and mixed heritage Asian folks. I'm your host, Angelreana, an Asian American college student trying to understand and process this crazy world we live in. Each week, I'll bring on guests to discuss topics like affirmative action, international politics, being Asian and LGBTQ+, interracial solidarity, and everything in between. New episodes out every Saturday! Support this p ...
 
Host Kasey Bell, is an edtech leader, international speaker, author, blogger, and digital learning coach for K-12 teachers. Kasey helps teachers learn how to meaningfully integrate technology in the classroom through her expert presentations, on-air coaching calls, and powerful interviews with educational leaders and discussions with student guests. Learn how to integrate technology and digital learning tools, grow as a leader, refine your instructional strategies, and transform your classro ...
 
This is the official podcast of the Space & Satellite Professionals International. On this channel, we release podcasts in two series: Making Leaders and Better Satellite World. Making Leaders interviews are part of our Promise2Purpose program, for which SSPI operates career education programs with student organizations in multiple countries which offer a bridge between university study and future careers in commercial space & satellite. We also work to improve the industry’s ability to enga ...
 
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An Interview with Former U.S. Senator Joe Donnelly by Carson WhitesellSummary: In this episode of “Students Talk Security,” former United States Senator Joe Donnelly discusses the domestic terrorism in the United States with an emphasis on recent events like the storming of the Capitol on January 6th. Donnelly brings a special perspective to the pr…
 
Many children are not getting a good education in science. The Education Review Office says only half the primary schools and early childhood centres it visited recently were teaching the subject well. The report follows in the wake of a deluge of criticism over New Zealand children's unimpressive performance in international science tests. Chris D…
 
More now on the mould-riddled conditions at Hutt Valley High School which are forcing up to 500 of its senior students to desert classrooms and study from home for two and half days a week in term two. Miranda Cross's oldest child is in year 12 at the school and faces a disrupted year. She spoke to Susie Ferguson.…
 
A justice advocate and former National Party MP says this country's drug laws have been out of date for decades. He is a signatory to an open letter from a high-powered group of dozens of individuals and organisations calling for drugs to be treated as a health issue. Justice Minister Andrew Little has poured cold water on the calls to overhaul the…
 
Hundreds of senior students from one of Wellington's biggest high schools are being forced to study from home because their classrooms are riddled with toxic mould. Hutt Valley High School is blaming the Ministry of Education, saying officials have known about the problems for years and failed to act. Scott Evans from the Ministry says it has done …
 
The Māori Party is under police investigation for failing to declare more than $300,000 in donations - and could be staring at a hefty sanction. The party's president Che Wilson says it was an honest mistake but that hasn't stopped the Electoral Commission asking police to probe three large donations received in the leadup to last year's election. …
 
Hundreds of protestors are back on the streets in the US state of Minneapolis after the fatal shooting of a black man on Sunday local time. Daunte Wright, 20, was stopped for a traffic violation when an arresting officer opened fire. He was killed mere miles from where George Floyd died last year. Police have used tear gas and stun grenades to subd…
 
Hundreds of senior students from one of Wellington's biggest high schools are being forced to study from home because their classrooms are riddled with toxic mould. The principal of Hutt Valley High School's is blaming the Ministry of Education saying officials have known about the problems for years and failed to act. Scott Evans, the Ministry of …
 
Hundreds of senior students from one of Wellington's biggest high schools are being forced to study from home because their classrooms are riddled with toxic mould. The principal of Hutt Valley High School's is blaming the Ministry of Education saying officials have known about the problems for years and failed to act. Charlotte Cook reports.…
 
The BBC's decision to suspend its Friday schedule following Prince Philip's death drew thousands of complaints from disgruntled viewers.The broadcaster ran a series of mirrored special programmes about the Duke of Edinburgh on BBC One and BBC Two, while BBC Four was suspended.The final of Masterchef was among the programmes to be cancelled, much to…
 
Many coronavirus restrictions have been lifted in Britain today, after months of lockdown. Restaurants and pubs in England can now serve customers outside, and non-essential shops have re-opened in England and Wales, with queues of eager shoppers forming. The British Prime Minister, Boris Johnson, urged everyone to "behave responsibly" as gyms and …
 
A health expert is lambasting the Government for its handling of border workers' Covid-19 testing records. The Government is to make it compulsory for all employers of border workers to use a national register to supply up-to-date info on their staff's routine Covid-19 tests. While some employers were already using the register, others were keeping…
 
Hundreds of senior students at Hutt Valley High school will be forced to study from home until their classrooms filled with toxic mould are fixed. Year 12 and 13 pupils will spend two and a half days a week studying remotely, after 13 classrooms, three bathrooms and a dance studio were closed because they were uninhabitable. The school says it spen…
 
Department of Health records show that Minister Stephen Donnelly queried why he was not being mentioned in tweets posted on the department's Twitter feed.An analysis of the Twitter feed completed for the Minister in mid-January found that no references were made to him, whereas other individuals and State agencies had been mentioned 78 times in the…
 
The Maori Party President is blaming volunteers misinterpreting the rules for its failure to declare more than 300,000 dollars in donations. Any donation of over 30,000 must be declared to the Electoral Commission within 10 working days. Three gifts above that threshold were made between March and October last year, but were only recently declared …
 
A number of healthcare students at the MTU Kerry campus have not consented to Covid-19 vaccines offered to them.Radio Kerry understands that some of the students have been removed from their placements and a number will not be allowed to take up training placements as a result.Jerry speaks to the leader of Aontú, Peadar Tóibín.…
 
Last week, the ESB launched a plan to develop a major renewable energies hub off the Kerry and Clare coasts, which will include converting the existing power station at Moneypoint. Jerry speaks to Moneypoint plant manager Seán Hegarty, to Noel Lynch, joint chair of Ballylongford, Tarbert and Kilcolgan Development Group and to Pat Keating, the chief…
 
Transport Minister Eamon Ryan has said variable speed limits on the M50 will be introduced at times of high congestion, when driving conditions are dangerous and when there have been incidents on the motorway.It was reported yesterday that the new speed limits will be as low as 40 km/h on certain parts of the M50 to assist in avoiding tailbacks by …
 
Minister for Higher Education Simon Harris wants to use rapid antigen testing to get third-level students back to college in September.A series of pilot programmes are set to be launched in several colleges ahead of the summer break.To discuss whether this will work, we were joined by USI president Lorna Fitzpatrick and Joan Donegan, General Secret…
 
US President Joe Biden has promised every American adult they will be eligible for a COVID vaccination by April 19th. But what about the rest of the world? Only 0.01% of all vaccines distributed have gone to the developing world and now Kenya is being a hit by its 3rd wave of the virus. Many complain COVAX, the vaccine program run by the WHO, isn’t…
 
On this episode of Going Underground, we speak to Rushan Abbas, founder and executive director of Campaign for Uighurs. She discusses the alleged mass detention of 3 million Uighurs in Xinjiang China, members of her family that have disappeared in Xinjiang, the actual number of Uighurs in China, which she alleges to be much higher than the official…
 
Dust off your dementia playbook and re-evaluate your approach as Dr. Josh Uy walks us through this common (yet perplexing) condition. Dr. Uy (@joshuy) is the geriatric fellowship director at University of Pennsylvania in addition to a nursing home director and shares his skills in simplifying dementia screening, management, and treatment. Set your …
 
The much-quoted linguist Noam Chomsky said, “We shouldn’t be looking for heroes, we should be looking for good ideas.”Yet in the age of individualism, we have often confused good ideas with a search for a hero. This ego festival has created saviour complexes that have become so pernicious they have derailed the most well-intentioned plans. Host Ros…
 
From rail connectivity, new dams and border villages to increasing sinicization of religion, Beijing is ramping up efforts to tighten its control over Tibet. In this episode, Suyash Desai and Manoj Kewalramani discuss the Chinese government's new infrastructure push in Tibet and how that impacts India’s national security. Links mentioned in the epi…
 
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