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Best Johns Hopkins podcasts we could find (updated February 2020)
Best Johns Hopkins podcasts we could find
Updated February 2020
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The Johns Hopkins Kimmel Cancer Center leads the field in scientific inquiry and sets the pace in the race to cure cancer. Our doctors and researchers are at the vanguard of discovery, implementation and treatment. Our podcast provides a glimpse at the work they do to combat cancer and the leading care that our state-of-the-art facilities provide.
 
The American Health Podcast is created by the Bloomberg American Health Initiative, a project of the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. The Initiative works to tackle some of the most pressing challenges to public health in the United States: Addiction and Overdose, Environmental Challenges, Obesity and the Food System, Risks to Adolescent Health and Violence. Visit http://americanhealth.jhu.edu to learn more.
 
The Blacklands Café is a visit each weekday with some of the most interesting people in Northeast Texas. Authors, politicians, representatives from non-profit organizations, business leaders, thought leaders, and others visit with host John Mark Dempsey and "have a cup of coffee on the house." New episodes post each weekday.
 
Dr. Mark Stout, Director of the MA in Global Security Studies at Johns Hopkins University Advanced Academic Programs and former intelligence officer, welcomes the leading minds in Global Security for lively discussions on the challenges and events of our time.
 
Rob Kall Interviews some of the world's smartest, most dynamic people on his Bottom Up Radio Show with the goal of getting them to share their wisdom and knowledge AND to stretch their vision. Rob explores the bottom-up revolution, bottom-up mind and their patterns and ideas. His guests often appear on Bill Moyers, The Daily show and MSNBC shortly before or after being on Rob's show. They have included Bernie Sanders, Daniel Ellsberg, Howard Gardner, Arianna Huffington, Joseph Nye, Clay Shir ...
 
The Sales Chalk Talk show is a weekly podcast designed primarily for salespeople and business owners. Every show features a special guest. The guests are interviewed about a variety of subjects, generally related to sales, marketing, business and success. Some of the guests are well-known authorities in their fields, like Tom Hopkins, Jim Cathcart, Tony Alessandra, Bob Burg and many others. And some guests are relatively unknown. In every case, you'll get some nuggets and gems of ideas, tips ...
 
Welcome to The Jeremy Brett Sherlock Holmes Podcast - a show devoted to revisiting and honoring the world's greatest portrayal of the world's greatest detective. From 1984 to 1994, Granada Television produced what is arguably the best (and most complete) depiction of the legendary detective’s Adventures, Memoirs, Case-Books and many Returns. Spanning 36 episodes and 5 movies, producer Michael Cox created a Sherlockian experience like no other. This podcast will examine that timeless series w ...
 
The Bologna Institute for Policy Research (BIPR) is the research division of the Johns Hopkins University School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS) in Europe. Its purpose is to promote problem-centered, interdisciplinary research in international policy by drawing upon the global network of SAIS faculty, students and scholars. BIPR SeminarCasts are made available to the public with the goal of providing a pivotal forum for thought and debate in international public policy.
 
Conversations with Key Opinion Leaders and our host Dr. Neil Bressler from the Wilmer Eye Institute in the field of ophthalmology. eOphthalmology Review is a monthly CME certified newsletter and podcast series created specifically for ophthalmologists and retina specialist. The program is presented by the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine.
 
Conversations with key opinion leaders in the field of dermatology. eMedicalDermatology Review is a bi-monthly CE accredited email and quarterly accredited podcast created specifically for dermatology professionals. Each newsletter provides a review of important journal literature. The program is presented by the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, The Institute for Johns Hopkins Nursing, and the University of Tennessee College of Pharmacy. eMedicalDermatology Review is supported by ...
 
Nudges in the Right Direction is a podcast produced by the Center for Behavioral & Experimental Agri-Environmental Research (CBEAR). CBEAR is co-directed by Dr. Kent Messer and Dr. Paul Ferraro at the University of Delaware & Johns Hopkins University. CBEAR is funded by the USDA's Economic Research Service. For more information, please visit www.centerbear.org
 
A pre-eminent legal firm gets far more than it bargained for when it hires the son of its late senior partner, Hopkins Toppleton, Sr., simply to retain the illustrious family name on the company masthead. Knowing Jr. is a loose cannon, their strategy is to pack him off to the UK to head up a European branch of the firm - a branch they have no intention of sending work. The unwitting Hopkins Toppleton, Jr. is, however, determined to make his mark. (Summary by Cathy Barratt)
 
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Living using spiritual powers is a part of living the life of God. In the Christian Faith, Jesus Christ gives us a gift. This gift allows us to live in this world with an ability to succeed, overcome obstacles, and love others. This gift is his Holy Spirit. His Holy spirit gives us joy, peace, love, hope, kindness, gentleness, meekness, patience, a…
 
Anchor lead: Sending a nurse to a person’s home helps manage heart failure, Elizabeth Tracey reports People with heart failure often contend with complicated self-care plans and are at high risk for repeated hospitalizations. Now a new study shows that sending a nurse to the home of a patient with heart failure improves both quality […]…
 
registered dietitian, Melinda Hemmelgarn, for her interview with Robert Martin, director of the Food System Policy Program at Johns Hopkins University’ Center for a Livable Future who takes a deep dive into agriculture research, practices, and policies impacting farm communities and quality of life. Martin discusses findings from his work with the …
 
Episode Summary: Hosts Dr. Sarah Szanton and Dr. Deidra Crews kick off Aging Fast & Slow with guest Dr. Elissa Epel, professor of psychiatry at UCSF. Dr. Epel’s research seeks to understand the root of health disparities, and the role of chronic stress within aging. Together they unpack her recent work which reveals how the impact of systemic oppre…
 
Neil Clark, with the Delta Hope House , in Cooper says the organization holds its annual fund raising chili and stew supper at 4 p.m. Saturday (February 22) at the Community Center in downtown Cooper. A silent auction and live auction also are part of the event. The Delta Hope House provides food families in need in Cooper and Delta County.…
 
Our very special guest on this episode of Sales Chalk Talk is sales expert, author and speaker, Frank Somma. Frank’s awesome new book, “B2B is Really P2P”, just came out in January of 2020. Selling in the 21st Century is really all about building rapport and relationships and finding out what people want and why they want it. Frank’s teaching on ho…
 
Hannah Ritchie is a researcher at the University of Oxford, working at the online publication OurWorldinData.org. The publication aims to present empirical research on how the world is changing through the use of interactive data visualisations and explainers. Her research is focused on the intersection between sustainability and global development…
 
Kim Saenz, director of the Hunt Regional Emergency Centers in Commerce and Quinlan, says the emergency centers have been prepared to handle situations that may arise related to the coronavirus. She says they have received numerous calls from concerned people in Hunt County, but unless someone has traveled to China recently, there is little reason t…
 
Being Vice President of Sales is a tough job. You’ve climbed your way up in the organization not only through your innate talent as a salesperson but also through your organizational skills. Now’s the hard part: building a sales team that’s as good or better than you at bringing in new clients. You’ve hired the best people you could find, evaluatin…
 
Did you know that children are not “little adults?” Join Food Sleuth Radio host and registered dietitian, Melinda Hemmelgarn, for her interview with Nsedo Witherspoon, Executive Director of the Children’s Environmental Health Network, who describes why and how children are more vulnerable to environmental toxins. Witherspoon describes some of the r…
 
Our very special guest on this episode of Sales Chalk Talk is Global Expert on Sales and Negotiation, Hall of Fame speaker and #1 New York Times and Wall Street Journal best-seller, Don Hutson. Don is a superstar in the sales and speaking world and one of my mentors, from whom I’ve learned a tremendous amount. Much of my success as a sales coach is…
 
Jim Rutherford has done it again — one of the first in on deadline targets. Jeff and Elliotte break down the move for Jason Zucker and discuss what the trade means for Minnesota. They also talk about the conundrum in the Big Apple around goalies and how the Rangers move forward, Paul Maurice’s extension, the Oilers, the Sedins and much more. 31 Tho…
 
The release of this episode coincides with the International Day of Women and Girls in Science, which has taken place annually on the 11th February, since 2016. The day recognizes the critical role women and girls play in science and technology. The International Day of Women and Girls in Science is implemented by UNESCO and UN Women, in collaborat…
 
Sharon Feldt of Sulphur Springs, our books commentator, reviews "Tarot Terrors" by Linda Pirtle , a North Texas author, who with her husband, fellow author Caleb Pirtle , is a member of the Silver Leos Writers Guild at Texas A&M-Commerce. "Tarot Terrors" won the 2019 "Best of Texas" award from the Texas Association of Authors.…
 
In this episode we interview Jason Ackerman, a CF-L4 Trainer, CEO of Thundr Bro, Found of Own Your Eating, Podcaster, and Author. You can find him on instagram at @thejasonackerman as well as buy his book on amazon or at www.besthouroftheirday.com Thanks to WODprep for sponsoring this episode. If you email ben@wodprep.com and in the subject line sa…
 
Is it possible to find a “natural-born” salesperson? Of course, says Karen Caplan, President, and CEO of Frieda’s Specialty Produce in Los Alamitos, California. It’s often been said that the hardest thing for business leaders and owners to do is hire good salespeople. Dream sales candidates can turn into nightmares and they are expensive and compli…
 
Carol Taylor , Hunt County Historical Commission chairman, relates the story of the creation of Hopkins County , on March 25, 1846, and Hunt County, on April 11, 1846, about a year after Texas became one of the United States. Carol says the original Hopkins County seat was in the town of Tarrant, located a little north of today's county seat, Sulph…
 
In Episode 83 of The Cinescope Podcast, Chad and Don Shanahan talk about one of their favorite movies, John Carter! The Cinescope Podcast on iTunes Show Notes Don - John Carter Deserves Better Treatment for Its Inspirational Origins Chad - My Adventures on Barsoom - ChadTalksMovies Underrated Podcast - John Carter w/ Chad John Carter on Apple TV Jo…
 
In this episode, the unhappy John Hector McFarlane implores Holmes and Watson to save him from the clutches of Inspector Lestrade and exonerate him of the murder of Jonas Oldacre, The Norwood Builder. Also, we get to know Colin Jeavons (the man behind Lestrade), Luke and Gus talk about their recent trip to The Mysterious Bookshop in New York, the p…
 
Anchor lead: Sending a nurse to a person’s home helps manage heart failure, Elizabeth Tracey reports People with heart failure often contend with complicated self-care plans and are at high risk for repeated hospitalizations. Now a new study shows that sending a nurse to the home of a patient with heart failure improves both quality […]…
 
Anchor lead: Sendinga nurse to a person’s home helps manage heart failure, Elizabeth Tracey reportsPeople with heart failure often contend with complicatedself-care plans and are at high risk for repeated hospitalizations. Now a newstudy shows that sending a nurse to the home of a patient with heart failureimproves both quality of life and the need…
 
Anchor lead: Can artificial intelligence improve mammography? Elizabeth Tracey reports Can the power of mammography to correctly identify breast cancers be improved used artificial intelligence or machine learning? A recent study finds it can. William Nelson, director of the Kimmel Cancer Center at Johns Hopkins, describes the data. Nelson: This wa…
 
Anchor lead: Can artificial intelligence improve mammography? Elizabeth Tracey reports Can the power of mammography to correctly identify breast cancers be improved used artificial intelligence or machine learning? A recent study finds it can. William Nelson, director of the Kimmel Cancer Center at Johns Hopkins, describes the data. Nelson: This wa…
 
Anchor lead: Supplements known as antioxidants may beharmful for women being treated for breast cancer, Elizabeth Tracey reportsIf you’re being treated for breast cancer, takingsupplements that fall into a category known as ‘antioxidants’ may not be a goodidea, a recent study found. This includes vitamins such as C, E, and A, notesWilliam Nelson, d…
 
Anchor lead: Supplements known as antioxidants may be harmful for women being treated for breast cancer, Elizabeth Tracey reports If you’re being treated for breast cancer, taking supplements that fall into a category known as ‘antioxidants’ may not be a good idea, a recent study found. This includes vitamins such as C, E, and A, […]…
 
Anchor lead: Supplements known as antioxidants may be harmful for women being treated for breast cancer, Elizabeth Tracey reports If you’re being treated for breast cancer, taking supplements that fall into a category known as ‘antioxidants’ may not be a good idea, a recent study found. This includes vitamins such as C, E, and A, […]…
 
Anchor lead: How many opioid overdoses may actually be suicides? Elizabeth Tracey reports Opioid overdose deaths may actually be suicides in a sizeable number of cases, a recent study projects. Eric Strain, a drug addiction expert at Johns Hopkins, says a look at changing social factors for at risk groups is revealing. Strain: What’s really […]…
 
Anchor lead: How many opioid overdoses may actually be suicides? Elizabeth Tracey reports Opioid overdose deaths may actually be suicides in a sizeable number of cases, a recent study projects. Eric Strain, a drug addiction expert at Johns Hopkins, says a look at changing social factors for at risk groups is revealing. Strain: What’s really […]…
 
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