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The Department of Clinical Neuroscience, Karolinska Institutet

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CNS Podcast is a podcast broadcasted by the Department of Clinical Neuroscience at Karolinska Institutet. To subscribe to our podcast via iTunes please visit https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/cns-podcast/id924837042?mt=2
 
Life/ on air! a nephrology podcast series is part of the Life/ nephrology campus. Life/ nephrology campus is a medical-scientific educational program chaired by Prof. Dr. Christoph Wanner, University Hospital Würzburg, Germany, and Prof. Dr. Peter Stenvinkel, Karolinska Institutet Stockholm, Sweden, and is empowered by Fresenius Medical Care Deutschland GmbH. Providing a platform for international scientific exchange together with the world’s leading nephrologists, Life/ nephrology campus is ...
 
MedEdTalk strives to discuss topics with researchers, educators and students within Medical Education and Health Profession Education. Together we can share experience and learn from our discussions. The podcast is hosted by Teresa Sörö, Strategic Education Developer at Karolinska Institutet, Sweden
 
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Meet Prof. Dr. Bernard Canaud at Life/ on air! In this episode, Prof. Dr. Canaud talks about how to improve clinical outcomes for patients undergoing dialysis. He will point out the changes that dialysis administration has gone through in recent years and the importance of complement activation and inflammation in the short term and long term for p…
 
Meet Prof. Dr. Andrew Davenport at Life/ on air! He is President of the International Society for Hemodialysis and member of the ERA-EDTA Renal Nutrition board, and former vice-chair European Dialysis board. He is a Professor of Dialysis & ICU Nephrology, and director of the Dialysis & Renal Physiology center at University College London. I…
 
What can we learn from social media in the more traditional medical education? Listen to Teresa Chan talk about lessons learned through the years and what is around the corner. Social medias role in Medical Education webpage: http://bit.ly/2tD3uwH In the interview Dr Chan explain how she uses social media herself as personal continuous medical educ…
 
What has NASA to do with IPE and can we learn something from toddlers? And what does Interprofessional collaboration reallly mean? Join us in the conversation with Dr Audra Ranking from Johns Hopkins University who has long experience in working with Interproefessional collaborations and activities. Interprofessional care is something we've been he…
 
Cognitive science can be a bit hard to get a grip on. Text about the subject can often feel dense and hard to apply in educational settings. Because of that, Teresa Sörö talks about how we can apply what we know about how we learn with Dr Holly Gooding, assistant professor in Pediatrics in Harvard Medical School and the author of Twelve tips for ap…
 
When we think about debate the first thing that comes to mind is often the political debate. But debate also has a long tradition in universities and among researchers. Why is that? And what can we gain in being better at debating? Listen to Teresa Sörö and Jonas Nordquist from Karolinska Institutet talk about how to use debate in both professional…
 
What has hotel lobbies, Italian piazzas and popular cafés to do with learning spaces at universities? And why does Karolinska Institutet got a Harry Potter library? Teresa Sörö talks about informal learning spaces with Dr Jonas Nordquist and their experiences from the project "Future Learning Environments" at Karolinska Institutet…
 
In this episode we meet Pia Steensland and Nitya Jayaram-Lindström from the Centre of Psychiatric Research, Department of Clinical Neuroscience to discuss their research on the evaluation of a dopamine stabiliser OSU6162 for alcohol dependence. Their translational studies show that in alcohol dependent patients OSU6162 reduces craving for alcohol a…
 
In the third episode of CNS podcast we meet psychologists Erik Andersson and Erik Hedman and discuss Internet-based Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (ICBT). Both Erik and Erik are pioneers within ICBT and have developed treatment programs at the Internet Psychiatry Clinic at Karolinska University Hospital Huddinge. If you would like to know more about…
 
In the second episode of CNS Podcast we meet Axel Haglund who is a specialist in general psychiatry and PhD-student in Bo Runesons research group. We discuss his brand new article “Suicide After Release From Prison: A Population-Based Cohort Study From Sweden” which is published in Journal of Clinical Psychiatry. If you want to read the article vis…
 
In this premiere episode of CNS Podcast we meet research group leader Hans Grönlund and researcher Guro Gafvelin from the Therapeutic Immune Design-group. Hans and his group is world leading in their field of research and in the search for a cure of allergy to pets, which affects 10-15% of the Swedish population. We discuss how they conduct their r…
 
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