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The archaeology podcast for everyone who loves digging up the past! In this podcast, early-career archaeologists, anthropologists and historians leave the trenches and take the platform to discuss all things archaeology and history. We'll discuss different lab, field and research methods alike to discover the many ways we interpret data about the past. If you love history, we hope you love our podcast.
 
Explore human anatomy and physiology (A&P) teaching and learning with host Kevin Patton. An experienced professor, textbook author, and mentor, Kevin is a recognized leader in A&P teaching. The A&P Professor updates science content and provides practical teaching advice. Want some ideas to supercharge your A&P course? How about some support from a fellow A&P professor? This is the podcast for you!
 
As research in inflammatory bowel diseases (IBD) advances, the landscape is rapidly evolving; requiring reinforcement of the most important and clinically relevant data. This educational series will provide the latest information on research, treatments, and management of IBD with a focus on the most pressing and relevant topics identified by the Crohn’s & Colitis Foundation's National Scientific Advisory Committee on Crohn’s Disease and Ulcerative Colitis. With 1.6 million Americans living ...
 
Since 1999, the Columbia Center for New Media Teaching and Learning has partnered with faculty in the design, development, and assessment of projects that enhance the Columbia educational experience. The goal of our third New Media in Education Conference is to highlight some of the innovations that have evolved since we began our work seven years ago. Our commitment to keeping pace with current developments while maintaining a reflective context has allowed the Columbia community to benefit ...
 
Since 1999, the Columbia Center for New Media Teaching and Learning has partnered with faculty in the design, development, and assessment of projects that enhance the Columbia educational experience. The goal of our third New Media in Education Conference is to highlight some of the innovations that have evolved since we began our work seven years ago. Our commitment to keeping pace with current developments while maintaining a reflective context has allowed the Columbia community to benefit ...
 
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We once again revisit deadline extensions, we discuss warm demanders and how they avoid toxic rigor, we discover which arm is best for a vaccine booster, we find out if we can grow new auditory hair cells, we get tips on how to speak more effectively while wearing a mask, and learn about a new discovery about oxygen absorption in the intestines. Ca…
 
Skin's microbiome is essential for health. In this episode, host Kevin Patton explores that concept and introduces a new recommendation in The A&P Professor Book Club—Clean: The New Science of the Skin. Also, science updates about B vitamins and skeletal adaptations in human birth—and a listener revisits academic integrity involved in deadline leni…
 
Host Kevin Patton discusses the fact that many students hate histology. And perhaps even some faculty. Are there any ways to fix that? Kevin thinks he may have found a breakthrough idea. 00:00 | Introduction 01:20 | Sponsored by AAA 02:25 | Why Do Students Hate Histology? 16:27 | Sponsored by HAPI 17:06 | Birding For Tissues 39:15 | Sponsored by HA…
 
In this podcast Myra Barrett discusses 'Radiographic changes of the proximal third metatarsal bone do not predict presence or severity of proximal suspensory desmopathy in a predominately Quarter Horse population', and Bonnie Barr discusses 'Serum amyoid A as an aid in diagnosing sepsis in equine neonates'.…
 
Host: Jennifer Caudle, DO Guest: Ashish S. Patel, MD Treating IBD in our pediatric patients can be challenging, which is why creating a strong partnership between care teams and patients’ families is key. Fortunately, that was a central focus of the 2022 Crohn's & Colitis Congress, so to catch the latest updates and strategies for improving IBD car…
 
In this episode, host Kevin Patton asks, how do we handle the trepidation we experience when we are flooded with uncertainty after an intense learning experience? Some thoughts about being upfront about using models, analogies, and color codes in science. And we explore that difficult question: should we extend deadlines for students when they ask?…
 
Host: Jennifer Caudle, DO Guest: Alan C. Moss, MD When patients with moderate ulcerative colitis fail first-line therapy, it's important to know what to do next. And speaking with your patients about their risks and preferences is key. Join us as Dr. Alan Moss shares highlights from his presentation at the 2022 Crohn's & Colitis Congress on treatme…
 
Author Judi Nath stops by once more for a chat about another of her new books, this one titled Digesting Foods and Fads. We discuss the book's content, why Judi wrote it, and how we can use the book's content to become better teachers of human anatomy & physiology. 00:00 | Introduction 00:42 | Introducing Judi Nath 03:56 | Sponsored by AAA 03:12 | …
 
This Podcast summarises the article 'Penetration of topically administered dexamethasone disodium phosphate and prednisolone acetate into the normal equine ocular fluids’ by Hermans et al.By John Wiley & Sons
 
Author Judi Nath stops by for a chat about her new book Sins Against Science: How Misinformation Affects Our Lives and Laws. We discuss the origins of the book, its central message, and how we can use the book's content to become better teachers of human anatomy & physiology. 00:00 | Introduction 00:42 | Introducing Judi Nath 03:56 | Sponsored by A…
 
This episode continues a discussion of the many simple strategies available for making our anatomy and physiology course more inclusive. Here, we learn eight more easy ways to make our courses work better for all learners. 0:00:00 | Introduction 0:00:46 | More on the Inclusive Course 0:07:51 | Sponsored by AAA 0:08:38 | 8. Student Interest Survey 0…
 
Eva Wojcik is Chair of the Department of Pathology and Helen M. and Raymond M. Galvin Professor of Pathology at Loyola University Stritch School of Medicine, Maywood, Illinois, USA. Dana Razzano is a current GI/Liver Pathology Fellow at Stanford University, California, USA, and completed a Cytopathology fellowship at Yale University, Connecticut, U…
 
In this podcast Francesca Beccati discusses bone stress injuries and fatigue fractures of the pelvis in endurance horses, and Hanneke Hermans discusses penetration of topically administered dexamethasone disodium phosphate and prednisolone acetate into the normal equine ocular fluids.By John Wiley & Sons
 
This podcast summarises the article 'Head and tail rope-assisted recovery improves quality of recovery from general anaesthesia in horses undergoing emergency exploratory laparotomy’ by Louro et al.By John Wiley & Sons
 
As anatomy and physiology faculty, we put a lot of effort into developing strategies for learning the core concepts of human biology. It's easy to forget to build in some inclusive strategies that help all students grow and succeed. In this first of two episode, host Kevin Patton begins a list of simple and effective ways to make our A&P course mor…
 
Episode 107 of The A&P Professor podcast for anatomy & physiology faculty starts off its fifth season with a debriefing of the last year, just like we do with our teaching, plus a look ahead. We'll review host Kevin Patton's predictions from last year and make some new predictions for this year. And makes some plans, too. 0:00:00 | Introduction 0:0…
 
Mei Lin Bissonnette is Clinical Associate Professor at the University of British Columbia and Director of the BC Provincial Renal Pathology Laboratory, St. Paul’s Hospital, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. Hayley Pincott is Associate Practitioner in the Oral Pathology and Microbiology department at Cardiff and Vale University Health Board, Card…
 
Rajendra Singh is Professor of Dermatology and Pathology, Director of Dermatopathology, and Associate Chair of Digital Pathology at Northwell Health, New York, USA. He is also the Founder of PathPresenter Corporation. He can be found on Twitter at @mydermpath and @pathpresenter. Melanie Bois is Consultant in the Division of Anatomic Pathology and A…
 
In this podcast Yvette Nout-Lomas discusses outcomes after cervical vertebral interbody fusion using an interbody fusion device and polyaxial pedicle screw and rod construct and Sherry Johnson discusses longitudinal tendon healing assessed with multi-modality advanced imaging and tissue analysis.By John Wiley & Sons
 
Host: Peter Buch, MD, FACG, AGAF, FACP Guest: Caren Heller, MD, MBA For patients living with IBD, paying special attention to their nutrition is paramount. So which is more effective for IBD patients with mild-to-moderate symptoms: a Mediterranean style diet or the Special Carbohydrate diet? That’s what the Diets to Induce Remission in Crohn's Dise…
 
Dr. Staci Johnson joins host Kevin Patton for a chat about how she uses ungrading with standards-based grading in her anatomy and physiology course. What is ungrading? Can one ease into it? Does it work? Plus, a related Book Club recommendation! 00:00 | Introduction 00:48 | Ungrading 03:05 | Sponsored by AAA 03:41 | Dr. Staci Johnson 24:06 | Sponso…
 
Céline Gounder is Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine at New York University School of Medicine and Attending Physician at Bellevue Hospital Center, New York, USA. She hosts the podcasts “American Diagnosis” and “Epidemic” and is CEO and Founder of Just Human Productions. She can be found on Twitter at @celinegounder. Michael Shurin is Directo…
 
Michael Desimone is an ASCP-certified pathologists’ assistant at Yale University School of Medicine, New Haven, Connecticut, and at Northwell Health, New York, USA. He can be found on Twitter at @diseasehunter. Dennis Strenk is a pathologists’ assistant at Wisconsin Diagnostic Laboratories, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA. He hosts the podcast “People of…
 
Are there really no more discoveries in human anatomy? In this episode, I'll review some recent discoveries: the rise of the fabella, macrophage barriers, the interstitium, button and zipper junctions, lymph node micro-organs, new vessels in bones, and tubarial salivary glands. 00:00 | Introduction 00:41 | Is Anatomy Finished? 03:44 | Sponsored by …
 
Bobbi Pritt is Professor of Pathology and Director of the Clinical Parasitology Laboratory in Mayo Clinic’s Department of Laboratory Medicine and Pathology, Rochester, Minnesota, USA. Elaine Cloutman-Green is Consultant Clinical Scientist in Infection Prevention and Control/Lead Healthcare Scientist at Great Ormond Street Hospital NHS Foundation Tr…
 
Krista Rompolski joins us for another Journal Club episode—bringing us a study about how students change answers on their tests. Is it better for a student to change their multiple choice response or to avoid doing that? The answer may surprise you! 00:00 | Introduction 00:45 | Journal Club 03:21 | Sponsored by AAA 03:53 | Article Summary 09:13 | S…
 
Can we create a course that ensures a student is proficient in all concept groups and not just in some? Where everyone who passes is at a B+ level of proficiency (or better)? In this episode, host Kevin Patton describes his experiment with what he calls proficiency grading. And we have new and appropriately controversial selection for The A&P Profe…
 
Can you believe it? Even more questions about my wacky testing scheme are answered in this episode—this time regarding stats demonstrating effectiveness of these strategies. I also talk about gray hair turning brown, naturally, why we do NOT want our students to master A&P concepts, and why we want to become the hippocampus. One of the weirdest epi…
 
Have you ever really considered the actual meaning that word "normal" in the context of teaching anatomy and physiology? Is it even meaningful at all? We explore that in the context of human body temperature in Episode 101. And I give some practical tips as we continue our conversation about my open, online, randomized testing scheme. 0:00:00 | Int…
 
After getting some questions after the previous episode, host Kevin Patton continues his discussion of his wacky scheme of open online testing. Not unrelated is a new entry of an old book into The A&P Professor Book Club—it's Ken Bain's classic book What The Best College Teachers Do. And we celebrate the one hundredth episode of this podcast! 0:00:…
 
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