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Host Jozef Zalot interviews prominent ethicists and medical professionals on the big issues facing health care today. "Ethics on Air" is a production of the National Catholic Bioethics Center. The views expressed in "Ethics on Air" do not necessarily represent those of the Editorial Board or the ethicists or staff of the National Catholic Bioethics Center. for more information on Catholic bioethics visit https://www.ncbcenter.org/.
 
A show that takes a close read at some of the most compelling stories in comic books and graphic novels, as well as the stories that they’ve inspired in other forms of media. More specifically, John and Brendan discuss how the plots, characters, and themes of these narratives are consonant or dissonant with the teachings and traditions of the Catholic Church.
 
Lively conversations with professors, fellows, scholars, and friends of the University of Notre Dame's de Nicola Center for Ethics and Culture. The Center is committed to sharing the richness of the Catholic moral and intellectual tradition through teaching, research, and public engagement, at the highest level and across a range of disciplines. For more information visit http://ethicscenter.nd.edu
 
High-stakes ethics decisions are common in health care. What should you do? Each month, the AMA Journal of Ethics’ podcast, Ethics Talk, features interviews with influential experts and leaders on a wide range of cultural, historical, legal, and social topics in health care ethics. We sort through interesting, important, and difficult questions, talk about how to weigh competing values, and offer strategies for navigating real world tough cases.
 
This is a podcast series called Demystifying Genetics where I, Matt Burgess, Genetic Counsellor interview other genetic counsellors or people working in genetics. We chat about human clinical genetics, genetic counselling, ethics, pyschosocial issues and more. More information can be found at https://www.insightgenomica.com.au/podcasts/
 
JBI Dialogues is presented by the Journal of Bioethical Inquiry as a multidisciplinary space to connect academic, professional, and community voices in conversation. JBI Dialogues involves our contributors, readers, and the editorial team, extending the work of the journal with exchanges of ideas about its published research and up-and-coming issues and practices in bioethics. Visit us at bioethicalinquiry.com
 
Science isn’t as black and white as the media often portrays it. Join millennial science educator and justice advocate Sarina Farb for nuanced, honest, and holistic conversations exploring the gray areas of science and ethics in society. If you like doing your own critical thinking and are tired of censorship, corporate bias, and politicized science, this is the podcast for you! The Science is Gray podcast takes a critical look at the intersection of science, ethics, and public policy. Take ...
 
The podcast of Cranmer Hall, the theological college within St John's College, Durham University. We explore life’s big questions, and look to join the dots between theology, church, and the world. Philip Plyming, Warden of Cranmer Hall, is joined by a wide range of guests with a wealth of knowledge and experience.
 
Journal of Medical Ethics is a leading international journal that reflects the whole field of medical ethics. The journal seeks to promote ethical reflection and conduct in scientific research and medical practice. It features original, full length articles on ethical aspects of health care, as well as brief reports, responses, editorials, and other relevant material. To ensure international relevance JME has an Editorial Advisory Board from all around the world.
 
A podcast about vulnerability and entrepreneurship — learn from the life stories of founders 🚀, activists ✊, and even drug lords 💊 Our aim is to inspire you and let's face it... you aren't inspired when you hear about success. Real inspiration comes from hearing someone's lowest moment, and rising with their success. Using music, sfx, and voiceover, we interview the founders of companies, movements, and even drug cartels to reveal vulnerability so you can learn from victory. I’m your host, S ...
 
Advances in Transplantation covers a variety of current issues and practices in transplant medicine, from referrals and indications, to avoiding complications and optimizing patient care. Because transplantation involves a team of medical professionals, this series facilitates an interdisciplinary conversation on the topics of different organ systems, organ donation policy and ethical considerations. It also uncovers the latest developments in transplantation with research pioneers. Dr. Aaro ...
 
In this podcast, my friend and I will debate over controversial topics having to due with the science world. We take one topic, research and then talk about these ethical decisions based on facts and backed up with valid arguments. We ask questions, answer questions, and sometimes question ourselves. Occasionally we will bring in a specialist to get a professional opinion but most of the time the podcast consists of us asking each other questions and coming up with new ideas.
 
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Please note this podcast contains references to people who have died. In this episode of JBI Dialogues, philosopher Professor Yolonda Wilson, medical anthropologist Dr Tessa Moll, and professor of law Thalia Anthony join us to discuss their work in the journal’s latest symposium “Institutional racism, whiteness and bioethics”. Professor Yolonda Wil…
 
When it comes to emerging psychedelic therapies, how did we get here and where we are going? In this episode, we dive into the historical context of neuroscience and ethical implications of psychedelic experimentation, in conversation with author and bioethicist Jonathan Moreno. Jonathan Moreno grew up on the frontier of psychotherapy. The first 20…
 
The following lecture by Robert D. Orr, MD, was originally presented at Cutting Edge Bioethics: Human Life on the Line in 2005. All sessions from this conference are available to CBHD members here: cbhd.org/premium-content/2005-cutting-edge-bioethics-dallas-tx-archive Interested in becoming a CBHD member? Learn more here: cbhd.org/subscribe --- Sup…
 
What is bioethics and why does it dominate our ethical discussions today? What stories about our bodies does our culture tell us, and what might a theological account look like? How does a Christian view of life on earth challenge ideas of autonomy and freedom as the goal of human flourishing? And what difference does the resurrection of Jesus' bod…
 
This episode is an audio version of a video interview conducted by the Journal’s Editor in Chief, Dr Audiey Kao, with Dr Alicia Best, an Assistant Professor in the College of Public Health at the University of South Florida, and Dr Faith Fletcher, an Assistant Professor in the Center for Medical Ethics and Health Policy at Baylor College of Medicin…
 
How did Jesus and the early Church engage with people of other faiths? What does the Christian idea of salvation look like in a multi-faith context? Why is being a better neighbour part of living out our Christian calling? How might the Christian mandate for justice challenge the Church’s in-action on discrimination and prejudice? Dr Gerard Charles…
 
President Biden and President Putin met for the first time this week in Geneva and Fareed asks Andrey Kortunov, director general of the Russian International Affairs Council, about the state of U.S.-Russian relations and how cyberattacks are impacting the relationship. A low turnout election in Iran has secured a presidential win for hardliner Ebra…
 
What better way to close out Pride Month than with the author of some of the most dynamic, queer-focused Golden Girls content out there! Dr. Thomas J. West III, TJ to his pals and confidantes, wrote a paper called “Thank You for Being a Friend:” The Politics, History, and Fandom of The Golden Girls and Its Feminist Message for the Coming Decade," a…
 
[audio mp3="https://www.corbettreport.com/mp3/episode404-lq.mp3"][/audio]With all these decades and—in the case of the oldest democracies—centuries of broken political promises, you'd think that the public would have caught on to the game by now. But, if anything, recent events have revealed that people are becoming more addicted to this politician…
 
We’ve kicked off season two of Voices of the Data Economy with Jeff Zirlin, Head of Growth at Sky Mavis, the creator of Axie Infinity, a game that uses non-fungible tokens (NFTs) to reward players financially the more they play. During our conversation, Jeff describes the disruptive business model behind Axie Infinity, democratizing Gaming rights t…
 
Simon Shimshon Rubin, Director at the International Laboratory for the Study of Loss, Bereavement and Human Resilience, author of Working with the Bereaved: Multiple Lenses on Loss and Mourning and Professor Emeritus of Clinical Psychology at University of Haifa School of Psychological Sciences joins Raviv and Rabbi Matt to discuss the psychologica…
 
Joshua Hren is the founder and publisher of Wiseblood Books, author of "How to Read (and Write) Like a Catholic," and cofounder of a new MFA program in Creative Writing at the University of St. Thomas that focuses on the Catholic imagination. He has presented at the de Nicola Center's Fall Conference. Special Guest: Joshua Hren. Links: How to Read …
 
This is Finding Founders, I’m Samuel Donner, and today we’re exploring the story of Katie Longmyer--a young cello player who went from nightclub doorkeeper to producing a Made in America festival with a crowd of over 80,000 people. Katie’s story is a whirlwind, taking us through her ascent in the D.C. nightlife scene to landing a gig at Warner Medi…
 
A pear-sized brain tumor helped director, producer, and comedy writer Jeannie Gaffigan draw closer to the Blessed Mother. In this first Ave Explores podcast, Gaffigan, wife of comedian Jim Gaffigan, talks about praying the Rosary alone and with her family and how her illness helped her grow in her faith. Gaffigan’s book, When Life Gives You Pears, …
 
Today I tell Diane the story of how a bad founder relationship at Tinder, led to one of the founders leaving to start her own company. That company would later become Bumble. Diane joins me in this conversation with years of business and coaching experience. She co-founded a business in the back of a house, grew it to $50 Million in 6 yrs and sold …
 
Biden brought America “back to the table” of the world stage this week on his first trip abroad as President. Fareed talks to The Economist’s editor-in-chief, Zanny Minton Beddoes, and Ben Rhodes, former U.S. Deputy National Security Advisor, about Biden’s plan to rally the world’s leading democracies. A new day dawns on Israel as Benjamin Netanyah…
 
Stan's brother is in town and spoiler: he really sucks! Initially, he goes out with Blanche but he's not into it, and the next thing we know he and Dorothy are aggressively hugging on the front step in the morning. Turns out he's impotent and wanted a babysitter, unrelated to each other, but important. Meanwhile, Rose is downing caffeinated tea, wh…
 
[audio mp3="https://www.corbettreport.com/mp3/episode403-lq.mp3"][/audio]The World Economic Forum does not run the world, but in this time of The Great Reset and The Fourth Industrial Revolution you'd be forgiven for thinking so. Today on The Corbett Report podcast, join James for a wild ride through the murky origins of the WEF's past into the nig…
 
John and Brendan begin their discussion of the classic DC Comics Elseworld story: "Kingdom Come". The contents of the first issue of this miniseries, as well as part of the second issue, are covered. The topics discussed include: - In what ways Superman appears as a Christ figure, and in what ways he presents an imperfect Christ figure. - How does …
 
John and Brendan introduce themselves and the podcast! Here you'll find such gripping details as: - Examples of the kinds of discussion topics that the podcast will endeavor to discuss - John and Brendan's favorite comic book characters (and why!) - The winding and noble journey of Brendan's study of languages - John's all-time favorite comic book …
 
Rabbi Elie Spitz, author of Healing from Despair: Choosing Wholeness in a Broken World and Does the Soul Survive? A Jewish Journey to Belief in Afterlife, Past Lives & Living with Purpose has spent his career meditating, speaking, and writing about the afterlife. Raviv and Rabbi Matt talk with Rabbi Spitz about some of the many takes on jewish beli…
 
In this episode, we discover the story of James Andrews, a successful NYC record label exec and entrepreneur who was integral in hip hop's rise and currently forming novel creator communities. From wayward beginnings growing up in Palo Alto to learning how to network the Hollywood scene, James’ career spans a myriad of successes. From meeting Whitn…
 
M. R. Carey is the author of "The Girl with All the Gifts" (previously discussed on this program) as well as the Koli Trilogy. He joins the show, along with Ashland Viscosi, to talk about his approach to science fiction. To see Carey's books and more, go to www.mightyheaton.com/goodscifiBy Andrew Heaton, Ashland Viscosi, M R Carey
 
William Pannell, looking back on his decades of experience, reflects on the American church’s engagement with race, the future of theological education, and the transformative power of the gospel. He is the author of The Coming Race Wars, among other books, and is professor emeritus of preaching at Fuller Seminary.…
 
In this episode I speak with virologist Jonathan Latham about the origins of the COVID19 Pandemic and whether it originated from a wet market or was really a lab-release! This includes answering the following: Is there a precedent for lab-releases? What is the evidence for a lab leak? What is the evidence for a natural zoonotic origin? Why doesn’t …
 
Today I tell the story of Albert Hofmann, a Swiss chemist who was the first person to ever synthesize and ingest LSD. Clancey gives his own perspective on the substances and how we can integrate intense experiences to positively affect our lives. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/finding-founders/support…
 
This episode is an audio version of a video interview conducted by the Journal’s Editor in Chief, Dr Audiey Kao, with Dr Olivia Kates, a third-year fellow in infectious diseases at the University of Washington in Seattle, about appropriate use of antibiotics during the COVID-19 pandemic. To watch the full video interview, head to our site, JournalO…
 
What does psychology have to say about identity and belonging in the world and the church? How does Scripture challenge the idea that belonging to one another involves being homogenous? How do stories of people being excluded within the church undermine the gospel? Why does pursuing belonging require transformation rather than staying the same? How…
 
Former British Prime Minister Gordon Brown talks to Fareed about why international cooperation is key to ending the pandemic and how Western democracies should handle their relationships with China and Russia. Then, Anshel Pfeffer, the Israel correspondent for The Economist, and Israeli journalist Lucy Aharish explain what can happen if the new Isr…
 
What is there to say about Gil Kessler that hasn't already been said? This episode hits on a plethora of big issues including sensationalized politics, trans representation, why it's so hard to believe women, toxic masculinity, and of course the challenges of picking out the perfect tie/sock/hanky combo. We talk about what works here, what doesn't,…
 
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