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I created the Female Doc Show to deconstruct how to be a happy, wealthy, and successful woman in medicine, and do it unapologetically! This podcast will feature interviews with other female doctors + underrepresented groups in medicine, and cover topics like combating workplace discrimination and implicit bias.
 
Volcanoes. Trees. Drunk butterflies. Mars missions. Slug sex. Death. Beauty standards. Anxiety busters. Beer science. Bee drama. Take away a pocket full of science knowledge and charming, bizarre stories about what fuels these professional -ologists' obsessions. Humorist and science correspondent Alie Ward asks smart people stupid questions and the answers might change your life.
 
Welcome to The Playground, a space for spiritual exploration, personal development, intuitive entrepreneurship, self-love, self-healing, wellness, and mysticism for the modern millennial - all while having fun! Hosted by Shanila Sattar, a 4th generation sound healer, breathwork coach, women’s researcher, and national speaker. She is the founder of AlwaysPlay Studios which trains sound healers and breathwork facilitators, and THE PLAYGROUND which mentors healers. Her background is in tech, ha ...
 
Women have had the right to vote for 100 years, but most experts believe that we will not achieve workplace parity for another 100 years! 100 years is a long time, friends, to wait for gender equality and a level playing field at work. The goal of this podcast is to accelerate this change by being a coach, mentor, and trusted friend for all of you who are ready now.
 
Welcome to Policing in America – a podcast about race and policing: the good, the bad and the ugly. The goal? To have, at times, uncomfortable conversations to spark positive change. Your host is currently the Officer in Charge of a unit that creates, delivers and maintains police training in the largest urban police department on the west coast of America: Sergeant Tom Datro.
 
Getting to the nitty gritty of living inter-culturally. Exploring new pathways for intentionally opening our faith communities (and ourselves) to folk who not only look and sound different but also think and act in ways we might not expect. A safe space where we can both accept our chronic clumsiness and overcome our unavoidable fears as our brains and hearts encounter the unexpected. The podcasts provide a practical, hands-on approach to helping people who want to open themselves to form ne ...
 
Run the List is a medical education podcast designed for medical students and all learners hoping for a review in internal medicine. Our show is comprised of short episodes through which you can learn about the diagnosis, management, and clinical pearls for common internal medicine problems. We will be adding new content weekly, so tune in often! Created by: Walker Redd MD, Emily Gutowski MD, Navin Kumar MD
 
The Innovators podcast, a product of Harris Search Associates, features interesting conversations with global thought leaders in the areas of higher education and research, engineering, technology, and the health sciences and provides our listeners an opportunity to benefit from lessons learned from the national leaders changing the landscape of innovation and discovery.
 
Jesse Ulrich and Chris Miller, two lifelong friends who have a passion to make their home city and state stronger, tackle the issues, articulate the frustrations, investigate the whys, and cheer the triumphs of the many hard-working individuals and their dynamic organizations who are working to make Tulsa, Oklahoma and the world a more vibrant and inclusive place.
 
Between us we have dealt with our fair share of body image related issues. From struggles with weight to frustration at the images presented to us on social media, we frequently find ourselves discussing the topic of what we look like and how that makes us feel. So we decided to record those conversations and share them with the world! Join us and our guests as we bust some myths, share stories and provide some fascinating information and resources on how to navigate the confusing messaging ...
 
Racism is a systemic part of American society. From the first chattel laws to present-day police brutality, racism is at the very core of who America is. Systemic's goal is to explore aspects of race and racism in America. The aim is to educate and explain the intertwining of race as a systemic part of American culture. We hope each episode enlightens and drives you to help work towards an anti-racist future.
 
Pause On The Play is where you are challenged to examine your beliefs, question your predisposed notions, and consider realities you may be unfamiliar with in order to understand that they too are real. Erica Courdae and co-host India Jackson have real conversations about diversity, equity, and inclusion, visibility, mindset, and everything in between. Topics include imperfect allyship, imposter syndrome, company culture, and how you can feel more aligned and empowered in your business marke ...
 
In 2016, Washington Regional Regional Association of Grantmakers (WRAG) launched Putting Racism on the Table for philanthropic CEOs and government officials to learn from leading experts on the many aspects of racism, including structural racism, white privilege, implicit bias, mass incarceration, and the racial mosaic of this country. This podcast series features audio from key presentations in the Putting Racism on the Table series. Listen to the podcasts while you drive or workout. We hop ...
 
Justice to Healing is a podcast presented by the National Drug Court Resource Center (NDCRC) and hosted by NDCRC directors Kristen DeVall, Ph.D. and Christina Lanier, Ph.D. Each episode explores a topic related to treatment courts through conversations with experts in the field. Listeners will gain knowledge and expand their perspectives regarding treatment court work. Dr. DeVall and Dr. Lanier bring a perspective informed by years of experience in the research and practice of treatment cour ...
 
The Society of Interventional Radiology (SIR) brings you a new podcast on all the topics that impact your practice of IR. In each episode, host Warren Krackov, MD, FSIR, and guests discuss new clinical opportunities, practice management tips, the latest trends and developments in the specialty, and more. Learn more on sirweb.org, sirweb.org/irq, and sirweb.org/kinkedwire.If you have any ideas for topics or guests, or have any other feedback, let us know at irq@sirweb.org. For corporate suppo ...
 
Children see race. We want to learn more about what that means. Hear parents, scholars, illustrators, artists, and more explore how race impacted them as a child and how it affects their lives today. In My Skin is a production of P.R.I.D.E. -- Positive Racial Identity in Early Education -- a University of Pittsburgh Office of Child Development program.
 
Conversations with humans about race. As a white mom with two beautiful black boys I have been frozen into silence when it comes to talking about race. It is deeply awkward but I realize I can no longer ignore this privilege and have stepped up by inviting parents, thought leaders, educators and the weary to talk about race and the awkwardness and grace of it all.
 
Greater than is a storytelling platform. We tell stories about people and organizations that overcome, that keep on despite the desolation they've seen or been through. And we ask ourselves, how can we use these stories to tackle systems of injustice, inequality, racism, poverty, and shift narratives? Hosted by Dhanya Addanki and Jenn Junod, this show curates spaces for uncomfortable but necessary conversations about vulnerable issues. It's designed for an audience who isn't afraid to be fru ...
 
Another Progressive Podcast. Like all the others. But also different. A show taking an in depth look at the political issues pundits and commentators dedicate just a few talking points to. Focusing on the arguments of Ben Shapiro, Charlie Kirk, Dave Rubin, and the whole New Right, I'll be explaining why they are so flawed, and why we maybe should not take the brave defenders of Facts and Logic so seriously. But also sometimes we won't talk about them. Hosted by Max Deutsch.
 
Welcome to the Black Tokyo Podcast. Join us for the latest discussions on what is happening in Japan with an Afro-perspective. Feel free to comment or leave a suggestion for future episodes. Thank you for your support! Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/blacktokyo/support
 
2020FIT Podcast is redefining health for everyone. From nutrition and fitness; coaching and motivation - we're discussing it all. We talk with industry experts on how to improve our lives through exercise, nutrition and general education while building a healthier lifestyle. For more, visit www.2020.fitness.
 
What do you do when your boss, human resources, employee relations, and the legal department have aligned against you? How do you turn the tables at work? When you’ve been targeted at work you need the Walking Papers. Drawing on a wealth of experience, much learned from his time on the dark side (representing employers), North Carolina attorney Josh Van Kampen, of Van Kampen Law is here to provide practical advice for people who are on the wrong side of a situation at work. We will discuss t ...
 
Developer Tea exists to help driven developers connect to their ultimate purpose and excel at their work so that they can positively impact the people they influence. With over 13 million downloads to date, Developer Tea is a short podcast hosted by Jonathan Cutrell (@jcutrell), co-founder of Spec and Director of Engineering at PBS. We hope you'll take the topics from this podcast and continue the conversation, either online or in person with your peers. Twitter: @developertea :: Email: deve ...
 
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Hey guys, where do you stand on language usage? If you aren’t already picking apart the previous sentence, it’s time to cultivate greater awareness around the societal and cultural conditioning that lurks beneath seemingly innocuous words and phrases. Erica and India are joined by author and award-winning life coach Hanneke Antonelli to examine the…
 
New Jersey's Supreme Court has overturned the 2017 murder conviction of a Black man from Newark, after finding that the state may have relied on implicit bias when prosecutors removed a prospective juror. The case could reshape how juries are selected in the state. WNYC's Morning Edition host Michael Hill spoke with Rachel Godsil, the co-founder an…
 
Lean In – We all have implicit biases. All because of the way our brains work and the world we live in- which shapes the stereotypes and associations we have. We shouldn’t feel ashamed or guilty about our implicit biases. We should start talking about them though, so we can work on mitigating their consequences. ~ For More: https://unlockingimplici…
 
Hosts Kristen DeVall, Ph.D. & Christina Lanier, Ph.D. welcome Iowa Statewide Problem-solving Court Coordinator Dr. Eric Howard as they take on the impacts of implicit bias in treatment courts. Listen in as Dr. Howard defines implicit bias, presents challenges with admission, retention, graduation, how to address implicit bias within ourselves and m…
 
Chris and Jesse are joined by Dr. Jabraan Pasha. Jabraan is a professor at the University of Oklahoma School of Community Medicine, a lecturer on implicit bias, having led over 100 workshops over the topic across the world; as well as the host of Lean In With Dr. Jabraan Pasha podcast. We discuss how the brain works, what implicit bias means, and h…
 
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Many vaccinated people thought the days of masking and social distancing were behind them. But with the rise in cases, that seems less likely. Dr. Stephanie Silvera is a public health professor who specializes in epidemiology at Montclair State University in New Jersey. She spoke to WNYC's Morning Edition host Michael Hill about how vaccinated peop…
 
This week I talk with Trauma Surgeon, Dr. Reza Kermani about his journey through the machismo surgical culture and how his gay sexual orientation as a middle eastern man caused him to make certain residency choices, that interestingly, never limited him in becoming a top tier surgeon. His go getter attitude will leave you inspired!…
 
Are you acting on impulse? How would you know? One door to understanding this "acting without thinking" is to investigate our hypotheses. Implicit hypotheses are expressed as instances of our beliefs. What implicit hypotheses are you relying on today? ✨ Sponsor: Elastic Elastic enables the world’s leading organizations to put their data to work usi…
 
Federal prosecutors say the one-of-a-kind Wu-Tang Clan album once owned by convicted former pharmaceutical executive Martin Shkreli has been sold at auction to an anonymous buyer for an unknown price. "Once Upon A Time In Shaolin" is unique in a few ways: it's never been commercially released, there's just the one copy encased in a silver box, and …
 
Some parents of students with underlying conditions that could put them at greater risk for Covid-19 are concerned about the city’s plan to exclusively offer in-person learning this fall. Some said they are struggling to navigate the public school bureaucracy to find out what additional protections could be in place for their kids, while others are…
 
There are still a lot of questions about what needs to happen to overhaul how we run elections in New York, and State Senator Zellnor Myrie is hoping to find answers in a series of hearings kicking off Wednesday morning at Medgar Evers College in Brooklyn. Myrie, who is also the chair of the Senate Elections Committee, says he wants to know the big…
 
Dr. Sarah Stone, Executive Director of the eScience Institute at the University of Washington, and Dr. Jing Liu, Managing Director of the Michigan Institute for Data Science at the University of Michigan, join Innovators to discuss the Burgeoning and Expanding Field of Data Science. Dr. Sarah Stone is the Executive Director of the eScience Institut…
 
We’re BACK! With a fresh new episode to light up your life and butt. World renowned firefly expert Dr. Sara Lewis of Tufts University joins to share her love of a bug that many think is merely a mythological delight. Learn how these tiny animals illuminate the night, the dos and don’ts of firefly observation, how to take good firefly photos, femme …
 
For many of us, it is easy to prioritize our physical health, yet we place our mental health on the back burner. Therapist Tyron Mallard joins Lean In to discuss this and his unique perspective as a Black male therapist. ~ Follow Dr. Jabraan Pasha Website: Unlockingimplicitbias.com Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/what_medicine_did/?hl=en Twitt…
 
Thomas Barrack, a close ally to former President Donald Trump, pleaded not guilty to seven charges, including secretly lobbying the Trump administration on behalf of the United Arab Emirates from 2016 to 2018 without registering as a lobbyist. The indictment also claims that the 74-year-old billionaire investor lied to investigators about his activ…
 
Last week, search crews reached the bottom of the rubble at the Champlain Towers condo building site in Surfside, Florida, where at least 98 people perished due to a deadly collapse in June. The exact cause is still unclear, but lack of maintenance, structural damage from exposure to salty sea air and storms, and subsidence (sinking) in combination…
 
After tangling with the city’s Taxi and Limousine Commission over whether it’ll allow new taxis on the road, the company Revel has approval to launch a new, electric taxi service. Revel is best known for its bright blue moped share program. It's now moving forward with a fleet of 50 bright blue Tesla taxis next month. The city had capped new taxis …
 
Donna Weng Friedman is Chinese-American and an award-wining pianist, composer and music producer, based out of Manhattan. She has hosted a video mini-series on WQXR on women composers. Her recent EP is called Heritage and Harmony: Silver Linings, and features music by several Asian-American composers. John Schaefer is the host of WNYC’s New Sounds …
 
Model Manager episodes of Developer Tea are dedicated to helping engineering managers find models of thinking that improve their approach to management. Great managers don't attempt, in vain, to control the actions of others. Great managers take advantage of the unique parts of being a human: that they can self-improve through learning and change, …
 
New York City will be rolling out pop-up vaccination sites at public schools participating in Summer Rising, the newly expanded summer school program, beginning on Monday. The new sites will be open to students, staff, parents and neighbors. Children are required to have verbal consent from a parent or guardian, either in-person or over the phone, …
 
In a partial victory for the city, a New York judge ruled today that Mayor Bill de Blasio, former police commissioners William Bratton, James O’Neill and Dermot Shea, and other senior city officials will not be required to take the stand in a judicial inquiry into Garner’s 2014 chokehold death on Staten Island. Read the story on Gothamist.com…
 
Earlier this month, Chaya Sury Gold lay in a narrow bunk bed, surrounded by concerned friends at Rav Tov, a popular Orthodox Jewish sleepaway camp at the foot of the Catskill Mountains. The 13-year-old girl, fellow campers would later tell their parents, struggled to catch her breath as she complained of worsening chest pains. A few days later, Gol…
 
Culture is re-opening across New York, and many people are already filling their calendars for late summer and early fall. But a new, multimedia work at Lincoln Center that incorporates sculpture, a soundscape, and dance, is inviting people to reflect on what it’s been like to live in the city during the pandemic. WNYC’s Jennifer Vanasco has more.…
 
In some form or fashion, sexual trauma might be a part of many of our lives. Healing that sexual trauma can be difficult but not impossible. Susan Bratton shares with us this week, a view point on healing sexual trauma that many might find useful! Find Susan on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. For more information on Susan work, head to her websit…
 
Earlier this week, New York City recorded its worst air quality in nearly three years as wildfires raged out West and in Canada (and continue to do so). A thick haze covered the city’s skyline as smoke from the climate-fueled fires coated the country, traveling thousands of miles to the East Coast. But wildfire haze differs from tailpipe emissions …
 
New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy signed a package of laws on Thursday he says will keep residents safe from lead poisoning. Water systems have six months to inventory all their lead service lines and 10 years to replace them with safer plumbing. The measures comes years after Newark's lead water crisis forced the city to temporarily distribute bottled w…
 
Earlier this year, New York State legalized possession of up to three ounces for those who are 21 and older. A spokesman for the Port Authority, which operates JFK and LaGuardia Airports, said the agency enforces state laws, so it no longer issues tickets, confiscates marijuana or arrests New Yorkers who possess and transport up to three ounces of …
 
New York City’s flood maps haven’t been updated in 14 years, potentially putting tens of thousands more New Yorkers in harm’s way and leaving them without a means of paying for damage if a storm should hit. That’s according to researchers at The New School, who tracked new construction and population changes in six flood-prone neighborhoods between…
 
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