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Best Dr. Richard Lange podcasts we could find (updated January 2020)
Best Dr. Richard Lange podcasts we could find
Updated January 2020
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Stay up-to-date with the latest research in medicine and science with TT HealthWatch. This 10-minute podcast is hosted by Richard Lange, M.D., M.B.A., president of Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center El Paso and dean of the Paul L. Foster School of Medicine, and Elizabeth Tracey, M.S., Baltimore-based medical journalist. Each week, Richard and Elizabeth explore recent peer-reviewed studies and breaking medical news, offering a Texas Tech perspective on the latest developments in hea ...
 
The Possibility Club podcast explores the future of business, culture and education. Richard Freeman talks to the people at the coalface of change.
 
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This week’s topics include blood levels of sunscreen ingredients, a new drug for heavy menstrual bleeding in women with fibroids, trying to stave off sepsis, and fish oil and sperm quality.By TTUHSC El Paso
 
This week’s topics include preventing gout with a diabetes medication, physician time on EHR in outpatient visits, ageotypes, and FDA changes to the approval process and outcomes.By TTUHSC El Paso
 
This week’s topics include arthritis and depression, AI and physician decisions in hospitalized patients, five ways for doctors to practice presence with patients, and health care hotspotting.By TTUHSC El Paso
 
This week’s topics include the impact of hospital mergers, gene therapy for hemophilia, infections and diabetes control, and alcohol consumption and atrial fibrillation.By TTUHSC El Paso
 
"Virtual reality is almost the perfect metaphor for psychosis. You know you’re in the room but what you’re seeing and believing is so different.”This week's guest on The Possibility Club is technology and health pioneer Sarah Ticho.Sarah Ticho has spent her career working across the interdisciplinary arts, academia, healthcare and technology as a p…
 
"I think the painter lies in us all. There’s something that lies unfulfilled. We’re put in boxes and we live our lives in these boxes and what I’m really after is getting out of our box"Persia West was born and raised in Liverpool in the aftermath of world war two, attending the local boy’s school - but from an early age knowing that the outward id…
 
“What design thinking does - is it creates space for failure.”Lucy Griffiths is an award-winning educator, editor, marketer, designer, and writer. She is co-founder of sortyourfuture.com, founder of design-led agency We Are Lucky, and author of the Island Friends children's book series. Her career has spanned roles within academia, entrepreneurship…
 
“All schools need to be resourced to provide an inclusive environment and all schools needed to be required to do that, so that it doesn’t all fall to some specific schools.”Loic Menzies is the Founder and Chief Executive of LKMco, an education and youth ‘think and action-tank’ that believes society should ensure all children and young people recei…
 
“We are part of the perception of not what manufacturing should be but what it actually is”Made in Britain first began as the Made in Britain campaign in 2011 and was established by Stoves – a Prescot-based cooker manufacturer.After receiving support from the Labour Party and with over 600 members on board, a new Made in Britain marque was commissi…
 
"Young teenagers will be having some of their most formative experiences at a big festival in a field somewhere in the UK. And they deserve to be able to see themselves on one of those stages, whichever gender, background or ethnicity they might come from"Since joining the Performing Rights Society’s charitable foundation as Chief Executive in 2008…
 
This interview is from a series of events, blogs and discussions around the theme of The Future Of Health - you can find loads more stuff added each week on this theme at thepossibilityclub.org.You should especially check out the podcast special, presented by CJ Thorpe-Tracey, that features exclusive interviews with musicians SK Shlomo and The Last…
 
PODCAST SPECIAL21st CENTURY PRESSUREWe’re thinking about the turbulence of existence in the 21st century. With more consciousness, longer living, rising populations; immersive technologies; competition for resources and disconnect between the fantasy of the lives we feel we want with the reality of being who we are - how do we cope?In this podcast …
 
“The EU as a project has always had those two elements; a kind of ideological element but also the hard-edged mercantile element”This interview is from a series of events, blogs and discussions around the theme of Local or Global.We’re thinking about localism and globalism in a 21st century context, about the role of the United Kingdom in the world…
 
This interview is from a series of events, blogs and discussions around the theme of Local or Global.We’re thinking about localism and globalism in a 21st century context, about the role of the United Kingdom in the world following Brexit, about our identity and what we consider to be our community, and about the way new power, technology and commu…
 
“Currently all of my projects are based on results and output, what I deliver, rather than the hours I work, which is great but I do think, how can that translate into every industry? I have no idea but it is the way we are going." This interview is from a series of events, blogs and discussions around The Future of Work.We’re thinking about what w…
 
PODCAST SPECIALTHE FUTURE OF WORKWe’re thinking about what work is, and whether noise about automation, migration and four day weeks - trade wars, skills gaps and the fourth industrial revolution - is hot air or genuinely changing our lives for ever.In this podcast special, Chris Thorpe-Tracey draws on a range of past interviews, conducted by Richa…
 
This interview is from a series of events, blogs and discussions around The Future of Work.We’re thinking about what work is, and whether noise about automation, migration and four day weeks - trade wars, skills gaps and the fourth industrial revolution - is hot air or genuinely changing our lives for ever.In this podcast, Richard has a chat with D…
 
Richard Freeman's special guest this week SK Shlomo.Simon Shlomo Kahn, better known as Shlomo or SK Shlomo, is one of the world’s most celebrated vocal performers and a pioneer of the art of human beatboxing. Already a prodigious jazz drummer from the age of eight, SK Shlomo made a name for himself in his late teens and early 20s as a world champio…
 
The tables are turned for this Possibility Club special, and regular host Richard Freeman is instead the interviewee. CJ Thorpe-Tracey from Lo Fi Arts is asking the questions.Following a 15 year career in education, small business, the arts and local government - in 2014, Richard founded unusual development consultancy, always possible. With a dive…
 
Richard Freeman's podcast guest this week is someone who is building a head of steam through his decisions to tackle waste - and the conversations about waste - within the system where arguably it will have the biggest impact of all; educationNathan Atkinson is known from his regular TV appearances for the innovative work he has done throughout his…
 
Richard's podcast guest this week is Pete Heat.Pete was nicknamed 'The Rock N Roll Magician' by NME and his close-Up magic skills have led to him being one of the most sought after magicians in the UK. His Sky TV series’, Secrets Of The Brain and Around The World in 80 Tricks introduced his work to new audiences, alongside his acclaimed - and very …
 
Richard Freeman's special guest on the podcast this week is Shona Davison.Shona knows more about autism than most people we've come across and is doing more to demystify the lived experience of autistic adults than many.Following a successful career as a banking consultant, Shona is now a mother to two autistic children, a home educator, autism edu…
 
IF YOU HAVE TO TEACH SOMEONE SOMETHING YOU HAVE TO LEARN IT REALLY WELL YOURSELFRichard Freeman's special guest this week is Pete Jenkins.Pete Jenkins is an international speaker, adviser and trainer in Gamification, topping the world rankings of Gamification influencers in 2016.Pete founded his company GAMIFICATION+ in 2000, although it was a far …
 
Richard Freeman's special guest this week is Laura McInerneyOn Laura’s website, she recounts in depth and with humor her early years growing up in Cheshire, the long shifts at McDonalds and the government trying to shut down her college whilst she was in the middle of her A Levels. It was her forthright campaigning that kept it open - very much a s…
 
Richard Freeman's guest this week is Fiona Broadfoot.Fiona is a survivor of child sexual exploitation, having been forced into prostitution at the age of 15. Fiona spent 11 years entrenched in the violent world of the sex trade and since escaping has worked to raise awareness of the harm it causes to young people and their families.1998, Fiona was …
 
Richard Freeman's special guest this week is Amanda Chetwynd-CowiesonBy some definitions Amanda is a millennial, by others she is Gen Z - labels that have become meaningless - but she is certainly doing more than most to advocate for young people’s rights, autonomy and recognition. Amanda is co-founder and director of For Our Futures Sake, a youth-…
 
Richard Freeman's special guest this week is Steve Wells.Steve is a global futurist, keynote speaker, and the Chief Operating Officer of Fast Future Publishing. His interest is in helping people to anticipate and respond to the disruptive bursts of the 'technological possibility' that are shaping the emerging future. Steve is a contributor to many …
 
Richard Freeman's special guest this week is Vic Goddard.Vic has been described as ‘the most famous headteacher in the UK’, following his decision to work with Channel 4 on the groundbreaking documentary series, ‘Educating Essex’. The BAFTA-winning programme looked under the bonnet of life at Passmores Academy, a modern comprehensive secondary scho…
 
Richard Freeman's special guest this week is Abigail Tarttelin.In 2013, Abigail was placed on the Evening Standard’s Evening Standard's watchlist of "25 people under 25”, for her second novel ‘Golden Boy’, but even by then she had appeared in a number of films and was being lauded as one of the rising British stars of independent cinema.In May 2018…
 
This week’s podcast is a bit different to usual, as we put a spotlight on an event, rather than on an individual change-maker.On Friday 12th October 2018, it will be the annual Brighton Summit, a large gathering of business minds on the south coast convened by the Brighton & Hove Chamber of Commerce.We explore the purpose and passions that drive Th…
 
Richard Freeman's special guest this week is Athena Stevens.Athena Stevens is a playwright, performer and director, an award-winning stand up comedian and a human rights activist. She has campaigned for fair housing, education and small business accessibility, and is an advisor to Transport for London and the London Underground on the experiences t…
 
Richard Freeman's special guest this week is Chris MiddletonChris one of the UK’s leading business and technology journalists and the author, editor or contributor to more than 50 books on everything from sound design to robotics.In recent years, Chris has specialised in robotics and artificial intelligence, contributing to the BBC, ITV, The Guardi…
 
LOOKING AT OURSELVES AS ADULTS, A LOT OF MEN ARE UNPACKING WHAT WE'VE BEEN TAUGHT BY THE MEDIA. WE'RE TAKING OFF OUR ARMOUR.---Richard Freeman's special guest is Alain Clapham.Alain is more commonly known as Fusion, and is one of the most connected figureheads of London’s creative industries. The self-professed ‘Creative Storyteller’ has presented …
 
Richard Freeman's special guest this week is James TurnbullFor nearly 20 years, James has been a leading arts executive and producer, working with story-tellers, performers and directors at every level to create meaningful experiences for audiences around the UK. His award-winning career has always seen him pushing boundaries on what is possible in…
 
Richard Freeman's special guest this week is Mark Illis.For over a decade Mark was a senior writer on TV soap Emmerdale, scripting over 100 episodes and a spin-off DVD. He has also written the prize-winning screenplay for zombie film 'Before Dawn'. But his real love has always been writing prose fiction, with three books published by Bloomsbury whe…
 
Hello and welcome to The Possibility Club, stripping away the story behind decisions and instinct from society’s change-makersRichard Freeman's special guest this week is Patrice Camille StephensPatrice is our youngest podcast subject to date - a 24 year old entrepreneur who is blazing a trail in the business of communications for black millennials…
 
The Possibility Club podcast provides bite-sized audio glimpses into the minds of the people changing the world. Richard Freeman's special guest this week is Greg Day.For 20 years, Greg was a man of the stage, an acclaimed playwright and radio dramatist whose dark comedies and studies on sexuality and power were a feature of London’s growing fringe…
 
Welcome to The Possibility Club, a movement to unlock bold thinking in business, culture and education.Richard Freeman's special guest this week is Dr Caspar Chater.Caspar is a leading light in the world of plant science and stomatal biology, whose research is producing new thinking on our understanding of how plants evolve, adapt and survive.Caspa…
 
Welcome to The Possibility Club, a moment to explore the people following their instincts to make change in the world.Richard Freeman's special guest this week is Dr Heather Katherine McRobie.Heather is a perpetual student and polymath of the humanities, who continually explores the relationships between conflict, politics, art, religion and health…
 
always possible RoundTables are informal conversations between a group of invited subject specialists and friends from across The Possibility Club and always possible networks.This RoundTable took place in early May 2018.In this session, we’re exploring why modern businesses always talk about story-telling, what this means, how it works, who it is …
 
The Possibility Club podcast looks behind the curtain at who is driving change in business, culture and education.Richard Freeman's special guest this week is Anna Passey.Anna is best known for her role as Sienna Blake in the British Channel 4 soap opera, Hollyoaks - a part she has played on screen since 2012.Initially appearing for a one-off story…
 
The Possibility Club is a place for conversations about big ideas with the people behind change in business, culture and educationRichard Freeman's special guest this week is Professor Martin Doel CBE.Martin has been one of the most influential voices in British military training and then the wider further education system for decades. For 28 years…
 
The Possibility Club is a peek under the bonnet of business, culture and education, chatting with the change-makers and rebels.Richard Freeman's special guest this week is Vincent Kamp.Vincent is a figurative painter, comic book writer and sculptor.The website Creative Boom describes him as ‘one of Britain’s most evocative and exciting new artists’…
 
The Possibility Club is a movement to connect adventurers in business, culture and education.Richard Freeman's special guest this week is Stella Duffy OBE.Stella is many things. A multi-award winning author of 16 novels, spanning both literary and crime fiction, over 60 short stories and 10 plays, which have been performed at The Bush Theatre, Batt…
 
Richard's special guest this week is Jodie McNally.Jodie has been supporting young people into meaningful career opportunities for over 12 years, particularly those with significant barriers to progression in the mainstream.Following roles in colleges, education businesses partnerships and the national football charity Street League, Jodie was appo…
 
This is a RoundTable podcast; a little bit different to our usual weekly bite-sized interviews.always possible RoundTables are informal conversations between a group of invited subject specialists and friends from across The Possibility Club and always possible networks.This RoundTable took place during a blizzard in March 2018, as part of our resi…
 
The Possibility Club podcasts are a window into the minds of people testing big ideas in business, culture and education.Richard Freeman's special guest this week is Sam Knowles.Sam combines long and varied careers in both public relations and analytics. Whilst he has more than 25 years in corporate and consumer communications for global clients, h…
 
The Possibility Club podcast is a weekly peek at the decisions and motivations of the people leading change in business, culture and education.Richard Freeman's special guest this week is Frank Cottrell-Boyce.Frank is one of the UK’s most beloved novelists for children as well as an accomplished screenwriter - known for his collaborations with dire…
 
Welcome to The Possibility Club, a space to delve into the ideas and decisions that seek to improve and repair systems in business, culture and education.Richard Freeman's special guest this week is Catherine Weetman.Catherine helps organisations in the UK to get ready for the inevitable future of manufacturing. As one of the UK’s leading voices in…
 
It’s another podcast from The Possibility Club, so thank you for choosing to join us wherever you are and whatever you’re doing.This week we have the first of a few podcasts in which we are putting a particular place and set of communities under the magnifying glass - that place in question being the seaside town of Worthing in West Sussex.Worthing…
 
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