Best Elf podcasts we could find (Updated October 2018)
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Elf Centered
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Once a month, a completely improvised broadcast direct from the North Pole. Find out what really happens at Santa's Village the rest of the year! It's not all about Christmas and making toys! It's like Welcome to Night Vale meets Christmas, but improvised. Created by Grant Baciocco (The Jim Henson Company, Mystery Science Theatre 3000, Wet Hot American Summer), Jayne Entwistle (The Good Place, Maron, Big Love) and Chris Sheets (The Concessionaires Must Die!, Night Of The Alien).
 
The National Elf Service will help you keep up to date with the latest reliable health and social care research. Our podcasts feature interviews with leading experts in mental health: researchers, clinicians, practitioners and experts by experience.
 
Hunting Elf is a comedic novel about an accidental dog owner learning to live with a rascal Silky Terrier with champion blood lines while nefarious show dog breeders stop at nothing--including murder--to steal him
 
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E.L.F. Cast
Weekly
 
Join Pascalle and Jes for an always informative, often ridiculous discussion about your favorite fandoms. Anime, video games, fan fiction. ETC. We try to stay on topic, but no promises.
 
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Hunting Elf
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In this podiobook: A puppy for Christmas! What could be better? Dan McCoy and his capable wife June find out when Santa gives them a frolicsome hairball named Elf, a Silky Terrier on the Christmas wish list of nefarious dognappers who want to steal him in a murderous scheme to win "Best in Show" at Westminster. Elf foils the plot when he brings Macy's Parade to a tumultuous halt in a comedic Christmas adventure.
 
Very fine selection of trance and progressive music with summerish balearic feeling compilated and mixed on a yearly series with two sides. Even if you're not a fan, you should give it a try.
 
'Searching for a Warmupper' is ELF's half-an-hour blend of new tracks around Progressive, Deep & Techno genders.
 
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This movie won the "Big 5" in 1992, and is the perfect addition to our ongoing Halloween theme this October! We cover Pascalle's true crime obsession and the genius cast and crew that made this film a 10/10.By lindsay@thesmilenyc.com (Elves).
 
Senior Lecturer in Healthcare Policy and Management at the University of Birmingham talks about the Mental Health Policy Commission: Investing in a Resilient Generation, which was presented by her colleague Paul Barstow at #IMHforum18 today: www.birmingham.ac.uk/research/impac…lth/index.aspx
 
The Head of Functional Recovery in Youth Mental Health at Orygen in Australia shares his thoughts on what UK policy makers can do to improve youth mental health services.
 
The Director of the Institute for Mental Health in Birmingham previews their Inaugural Forum taking place today.
 
To continue October fright-fest, we examine the technology, theories and BTS of Stanley Kubrick's horror classic The Shining, based on the novel by Stephen King.By lindsay@thesmilenyc.com (Elves).
 
Prof David Skuse (Consultant Psychiatrist, Head of Behavioural and Brain Sciences at the Institute of Child Health) and Prof Roz Shafran (Consultant Clinical Psychologist, Chair in Translational Psychology, Institute of Child Health) preview #ICHmentalhealth
 
Happy October! This month features four super spooky, scary episodes! Jes and Pascalle kick things off by discussing vampire lore and Anne Rice’s gothic horror classic: Interview with the Vampire.By lindsay@thesmilenyc.com (Elves).
 
http://www.elfcenteredshow.com - Elf Centered for September 30, 2018 - Beatrice is back from her big Hollywood adventure and a SURPRISE SPECIAL GUEST drops in! Plus the usual announcements and weather. Elf Centered is a monthly, completely improvised, broadcast from the North Pole. Think: Welcome To Night Vale to The Office meets Christmas! Art ...…
 
This week Pascalle and Jes use the 1998 Merlin miniseries as a jumping off point to discuss the history and lore of the famed wizard from Arthurian legend.By lindsay@thesmilenyc.com (Elves).
 
Two Norwegian Cochrane reviewers talk about their recent systematic review entitled: Patient‐mediated interventions to improve professional practice https://www.cochranelibrary.com/cdsr/doi/10.1002/14651858.CD012472.pub2/full
 
Katty Brooks and Dr Erin Walker talk about involving young people in meta-synthesis projects.More information on this work in these two podcasts:https://www.nationalelfservice.net/ltc-podcast-1-final/https://www.nationalelfservice.net/ltc-podcast-2-final/
 
A final interview for #transdx2018, with Ed Watkins examining whether the evidence is there for transdiagnostic approaches and what research might look at
 
Casey Quinlan talks with Gregor Smith, an MD and Deputy Chief Medical Officer of Scotland, talks about #RealisticMedicine and the development of a Scotland Atlas, modeled on Jack Wennberg's Dartmouth Atlas.Gregor Smith on Twitter: https://twitter.com/drgregorsmithScotland Atlas project: https://www.isdscotland.org/products-and-services/scottish ...…
 
Ruth Elwood Martin and Mo Korchinski talk about their work in Canada with women in prison: Arresting Hope - Women Taking Action in Prison Health Inside Out.
 
Doing group based CBT for anxiety but with people who don;t share a diagnosis? That's what Peter Norton has been doing and #beyondtheroom spoke to him at #transdx2018 in Cambridge
 
Beyond The Room teammate Casey Quinlan talked to Dr. Victor Montori about his work creating a patient revolution in healthcare, and his message to Cochrane about what real "patients included in research" might look like.Victor Montori on Twitter: https://twitter.com/vmontoriHis book, "Why We Revolt: a patient revolution for careful and kind car ...…
 
Sara Tai On Taking Not A Transdiagnostic Approach To Therapy But An Adiagnostic One at #transdx2010 in Cambridge
 
David Barlow is senior leader in the field of psychological treatments. He spoke to #beyondtheroom at #transdx2018 in Cambridge about the importance of neuroticism as a way of understanding emotional challenges and the history of transdiagnostic approaches to mental health challenges
 
Autobiographical memory is the story we tell ourselves about who we've been. Caitlin Hitchcock spoke to #beyondtheroom at the second day of the #transdx2018 conference in Cambridge
 
They were so good we had to interview them twice! Emma Cartwright and Jess Rees, recipients of the Rosamund Snow prize, speak to André Tomlin (The Mental Elf) at #CochraneForAll.
 
Casey Quinlan talks with McMaster University PhD student Lyubov Lytvyn about including patients in the research that builds medical evidence.Follow her on Twitter: https://twitter.com/lyubovlytvynBMJ Rapid Recommendations on knee arthroscopy: https://www.bmj.com/content/357/bmj.j1982
 
Roz Shafran gave a keynote at #transdx2018 on perfectionism and transdiagnostic approaches. We grabbed her straight afterwards for summary for you at home
 
Anne Bryde Christensen And Pat Gwyer Discuss some of the challenges in applying the different ideas and approaches within transdiagnostic discussion to actual practice and working with people.
 
Sarah Morris Explains RDoc and the US National Institute of Mental Health Health approach to thinking about research
 
Emma Cartwright and Jess Rees, recipients of the Rosamund Snow prize, speak to Sally Crowe at #CochraneForAll.
 
Dr. Dalila Martínez is an epidemiologist, a health researcher, and a patient with a serious condition. She spoke about how those roles have intersected and influenced her professionally and personally in her keynote at #CochraneForAll. Hear her conversation with Casey Quinlan from the Beyond The Room team.Dr. Dalila Martínez speaker profile: ht ...…
 
The Head of Impact for the Central Commissioning Facility of the National Institute for Health Research talks about research impact, his own experience of multiple sclerosis, and how Cochrane can involve patients in their work.
 
Dorothy Oluoch is a researcher with the KEMRI Wellcome Trust in Nairobi, Kenya. Her keynote at #CochraneForAll carried an emotional punch. Hear her talk about her work with Casey Quinlan from the #BeyondTheRoom team.Read about KEMRI Wellcome Trust here: kemri-wellcome.org/Follow KEMRI Wellcome Trust on Twitter: twitter.com/KEMRI_Wellcome…
 
Jill Newby talks Transdiagnostic Online CBT at #transdx2018 by The Mental Elf
 
Research Director of the Global Health Unit at the Norwegian Institute of Public Health, talking about the Informed Health Choices project and Key Concepts for critical thinking about treatment claims.https://en.testingtreatments.org/key-concepts-for-assessing-claims-about-treatment-effects/Lancet papersNsangi A, Semakula D, Oxman A et al.Effec ...…
 
Deputy Director for Applied Research at the Health Experiences Research Group in Oxford talks about Health Talk: a source of free, reliable information about health issues, which features videos of real-life experiences shared by patients.
 
Tim Dalgeish answers the burning question: just what is a transdiagnostic approach to psychiatric challenges?
 
A BeyondTheRoom conversation with Jennifer Johannesen about her keynote presentation at the 2018 Cochrane Colloquium in Edinburgh.Jennifer on Twitter: https://twitter.com/jenjohannesenJennifer's website: https://johannesen.ca/
 
Holger Schünemann, Chair in Clinical Epidemiology & Biostatistics at McMaster University talks about the GRADE framework. GRADE a transparent framework for evaluating the quality of evidence and strength of recommendations for practice https://www.bmj.com/content/336/7652/1049
 
A conversation with Dr. Christine Borgman and Dr. Irene Pasquetto about their Cochrane Collaboration presentation "How and why do scientists reuse others’ data to produce new knowledge? Background, Foreground, and Beyond"Dr. Borgman on Twitter: https://twitter.com/SciTechProfDr. Pasquetto on Twitter: https://twitter.com/IrenePasquetto…
 
A thought provoking conversation about coercion and forced treatment from the founder of the Critical Mental Health Nurses Network.
 
GP Margaret McCartney talks about evidence-based medicine, relationships and trust, ahead of her keynote speech at the 25th Cochrane Colloquium in Edinburgh.
 
Richard Morley, the Consumer Engagement Officer at Cochrane, explains why it’s so important that #CochraneForAll this year is a #PatientsIncluded event."Consumers were involved in Cochrane right from the beginning when it was established. Cochrane were very innovative in the way that it involved patients and consumers right from the start. In t ...…
 
The second installment of our read-through of The Silmarillion by J. R. R. Tolkien, follow along to get all the juicy details whether you have read the book or not! This week we find out where The Silmarillion gets it’s name.”By lindsay@thesmilenyc.com (Elves).
 
Ahead of his Mental Health Nurse Academics lecture, Professor Alan Simpson from City University talks about the future of mental health nursing, austerity and SuperTed.
 
The Chair of the International MHNR Conference previews the 24th Annual Event: Place, Purpose and Politics: Reimagining Mental Health Care
 
The recently retired GP and Chair of the Clinical Advisory Group for Equally Well UK explains why physical health is such a big issue for people living with severe mental illness.
 
Kevin James, a Lived Experience Consultant from Norwich shares his own story of living with severe mental illness and trying to remain physically and mentally healthy.
 
Samantha Allen, Chief Executive at the Sussex Partnership NHS Trust explains what they do to ensure that people living with mental illness get the physical healthcare they need.
 
Clinical Psychologist and Clinical Supervisor at IESO Digital Health talks about the evidence base for psychological interventions online.
 
Pip Weitz, R&D Director from the Association for Counselling and Therapy Online talks abouther vision for digital technology and clinical psychology.
 
The Head of Digital Development & Evaluation at the Anna Freud Centre, and Associate Professor at UCL, tells us about his digital mental health work with young people.
 
Listen to the organisers of the "The Future is Digital: Is Clinical Psychology Ready for Digital Practice?" conference
 
On this week's episode, we dive into the given symbolism of each Sailor Scout, as well as the inherent genius of creator Naoko Takeuchi and the Sailor Moon universe.By lindsay@thesmilenyc.com (Elves).
 
André from the Mental Elf introduces The Future is Digital - Is Clinical Psychology Ready? A BPS-DCP event taking place in London on Friday 7th September 2018.
 
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