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Teaching Python

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Teaching Python

Sean Tibor and Kelly Paredes

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A podcast by Kelly Paredes and Sean Tibor about their adventures teaching middle school computer science, problem-solving, handling failure, frustration, and victory through the lens of the Python programming language. Kelly Paredes has taught all over the world and specializes in curriculum design and development. She currently teaches sixth and seventh-grade computer science at Pine Crest School in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. This is her fourth year using Python. Sean Tibor has worked in mar ...
 
Unpopular opinion: A healthy mom and healthy baby are NOT enough. Why don't we pay attention to a mother's experience and perceptions of her birth enough? I'm an L&D nurse revealing insider secrets that you won't learn in your standard childbirth ed class. We explore every facet (from opposite extremes) of not just birth, but the experience of womanhood and childbearing. Along with women sharing their experiences vulnerably, a slew of experts gift us with knowledge we never thought we needed ...
 
Welcome all to "Is Pharmacology Difficult™️ podcast ". This is a Pharmacology podcast !! I am your host, Dr Radhika Vijay, M.B.B.S., M.D. Pharmacology, Sardar Patel Medical College, Bikaner, Rajasthan, India. Pharmacology (medical sciences) is my subject and I think Communicating about it to the masses is very essential. It is of great value and importance to every layman. The episodes here will be in simple English language (with few phrases and add ons of my favourite french language). The ...
 
Helping people make peace with food since 2013. Registered dietitian nutritionist, certified intuitive eating counselor, and journalist Christy Harrison, MPH, RD, CEDS talks with guests about their relationships with food, body image, eating disorders, weight and size acceptance, non-diet nutrition, exercise, self-compassion and self-care--all from a body-positive, Health at Every Size perspective. Along the way, Christy shares her own journey from disordered eater and dieter to food writer ...
 
Lectures and discussions to help meet the continuing education needs of physicians and other healthcare professionals involved in neonatal, cardiology, pediatric, obstetric and maternal-fetal medicine. These podcasts are presented through Pediatrix University by the The Center for Research, Education and Quality. The Grand Rounds forum provides topics in neonatal-perinatal medicine. Educational activities offer a combined slide and audio presentation, as well as mp3, mp4, and a non-audio opt ...
 
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Infection Prevention Spotlight

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Infection Prevention Spotlight

Kara Mullane, RN, MSN, CIC - Infection Preventionist

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Each year 1.7 million Hospital Acquired Infections (HAIs) occur that contribute to 99,000 deaths and $20 billion in healthcare costs. What makes these numbers even more tragic is that 70 percent of all the HAIs are PREVENTABLE!Infection Prevent Spotlight was created by an Infection Preventionist (IP) certified in Infection Control (CIC) for other IPs and everyone else responsible for keeping patients safe from harm. It's hard for IPs to be responsible for reducing HAIs (CLABSIs, CAUTIs, SSIs ...
 
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Many women experience heavy and painful periods which have a significant impact on their personal and professional lives. While 10 % of women of reproductive age are thought to have endometriosis, a condition where tissue similar to the lining of the womb grows elsewhere in the body. Endometriosis has a range of symptoms including pain in the lower…
 
In this second part of a 3-part series on Health At Every Size, and how it relates to the perinatal period, Rachel Tuchman LMHC joins us once again to further challenge the traditional belief that weight loss in and of itself is the solution to better health. She expands on the harm of diets and moralizing of food, solutions for how to confront the…
 
This week, Kelly and Sean look over all that happened in 2021 for Teaching Python and commit to some bigger goals for 2022. What were the highlights according to our co-hosts? From the great guests to the wins in the classroom, Kelly and Sean catch up and kick off the new year together. Support Teaching Python Links: Amazon.com: Think Again: The Po…
 
Intuitive eating counselor and author Laura Thomas joins us to discuss her new book, Just Eat It; the problems with The Wellness Diet; why subtle levels of weight stigma are so hard to pinpoint and eradicate; why "emotional eating" and turning to food for comfort are falsely demonized in diet culture; why people in the nutrition field often struggl…
 
Welcome all to IS PHARMACOLOGY DIFFICULT Podcast! I am Dr Radhika Vijay. Continuing the trending legacy of ANS, today I will cover overview and brief introduction to Parasympathetic and Sympathetic Nervous System, details about the innervation, different ganglia involved and Neurotransmitters involved. Hope I keep up the interests to set your feet …
 
This is the first of a 3-part series on Health At Every Size, especially during the perinatal phase of life. Rachel Tuchman joins us for the first 2 parts to break down what HAES is and isn't, why weight isn't a good tracker of health, why dieting and trying to lose weight is harmful, and how we need to change our mindset about food. Rachel Tuchman…
 
Health At Every Size® dietitian, eating-disorders specialist, and author Heidi Schauster returns to discuss her new book, unlearning diet-culture messaging, connecting with our body’s inner wisdom, gentle nutrition as an act of self-care, and so much more! Plus, Christy answers a listener question about what to do when it seems like your disordered…
 
Leah Golfiz faced some difficult news at the beginning of her first pregnancy, which eventually resulted in a painful loss. She shares how she coped with the difficulties of her pregnancy and how she elevated her experience with prayer and connection to G-d. Find Leah on Instagram: @modestywithlove Subscribe to the email list on my new website: htt…
 
Welcome all to IS PHARMACOLOGY DIFFICULT Podcast! I am Dr Radhika Vijay. BIEN VENUE 2022! I am here with a new season, a new episode numero uno namely Overview of Autonomic Nervous System (ANS) or Introduction to Autonomic Nervous System (ANS). In today's talk, I will be describing the introductory details of Central Nervous System (CNS) , its diff…
 
Anti-diet therapist Colleen Reichmann joins us to discuss how to keep from falling prey to diet culture, the problem with Whole30 and other forms of The Wellness Diet, why true well-being is about so much more than food and movement, a quick way to tell if your “lifestyle change” is really a diet, why eating-disorder diagnoses are often problematic…
 
We sometimes make assumptions when it comes to students and using technology, that students are savvy tech users. Although coding curriculum lends itself easily to incorporating many digital citizenship skills, even the best Computer Science course may not focus as much as you think on directly teaching these important skills. Furthermore, it is a …
 
Welcome all to IS PHARMACOLOGY DIFFICULT Podcast! I am Dr Radhika Vijay. Bien Venue!! Welcome to the Season 2 Trailer of my Podcast. I will be telling you what we have covered in Season 1 and what we look forward to in Season 2. The essence lies in building blocks of the Castle of Pharmacology, the strong, sturdy anchorage it gonna provide to you a…
 
To celebrate the release of ANTI-DIET in paperback, we're bringing you a special bonus episode with a rare recording from the hardcover book tour! Fellow anti-diet dietitian Heather Caplan interviews Christy in front of a live audience about how to fight the co-opting of the anti-diet movement; language to use when talking to people who are brand n…
 
Sleeeeep - new parents are constantly chasing this highly sought-after commodity when you have a young baby. Riki Taubenblat, a pediatric sleep consultant, discusses what you can do to get more of it, even with a newborn. Riki is a Pediatric Sleep Consultant who works with mothers of babies 0-24 months to help them be their best selves- for both ba…
 
Welcome all to IS PHARMACOLOGY DIFFICULT Podcast! I am Dr Radhika Vijay. Well! Well! Well! This is the last episode of SEASON 1, and topic of the day is "Drug Antagonism" and YES! I kept my promise to talk about Affirmations for New Year too today!! Antagonism can be of many types like Chemical, Physiological and Pharmacological Antagonisms. Then I…
 
Evelyn Tribole (co-author of Intuitive Eating) returns to celebrate the launch of Christy’s first book, Anti-Diet: Reclaim Your Time, Money, Well-Being, and Happiness Through Intuitive Eating! Evelyn interviews Christy about the history of diet culture and The Wellness Diet, diet culture’s role in healthcare and the so-called “obesity epidemic,” wh…
 
In this episode we are taking a look back over our season of asking ourselves and our guests what it means to hold space through the complicated parts of pregnancy, birth, & postpartum. We set out to answer this question because so often when complications arise we see so many policies, procedures, and personalities emerge that do not center the pa…
 
Hospitals with Baby-Friendly designation are touted to be extremely supportive of breastfeeding, but they are notorious for not having a nursery. Many mothers feel unsupported without a nursery in the hospital. I break down what a Baby-Friendly hospital is and my thoughts on hospitals that closed their nurseries. Baby-Friendly designation guideline…
 
In this conversation we talk with Wayne Auton about his journey through three domains of practice; the military, pre-hospital care, and mountaineering. We examine the concept of High Performing Teams (HPT) in all three domains and some of the features of HPT that unite the different practices. Wayne initially joined the military/Royal Marine Comman…
 
Eating-disorders therapist Stephanie Zone joins us to discuss how diet culture steals our happiness and joy, the physical and emotional effects of restriction and self-blame, why dieting and disordered eating are like being in an abusive relationship, the problem with the narrative that trauma “causes” larger body size, and so much more. Plus, Chri…
 
It's the most wonderful time of the year as Kelly and Sean put together a gift guide for techie kids! From transformable robots to glowing toys to soldering stations, we cover the items on our lists for the holidays. Check the show notes for links that support the podcast! Support Teaching Python Links: Amazon.com : Plugable USB 2.0 Digital Microsc…
 
We spend so much time as birth workers thinking about how we can take better care of folks...yet so many of us do a downright abysmal job of taking care of ourselves! Throughout this season we focused on how we can hold space for the complicated pieces of pregnancy birth and postpartum and so much of that attention has turned to how we can show up …
 
Growing up, everyone around Dobby marvelled at her remarkable health. Therefore she was unprepared for the string of unrelated medical complications and challenges that began with her first pregnancy, which continued into her second and beyond. Throughout, Dobby managed to cope exceptionally well, and these experiences helped her discover new parts…
 
Welcome all to IS PHARMACOLOGY DIFFICULT Podcast! I am Dr Radhika Vijay. With a good gracious planning to wave 2021 a "CHAO", let us prepare well for new chores in n ew year 2022. In today's episode I will talk about Drug Synergism, its subheads, types, and I will also cover Drug Selectivity, specificity, Therapeutic efficacy, therapeutic Index, (T…
 
Fellow anti-diet dietitian Julia Lévy-Ndejuru joins us to discuss her experience with the Wellness Diet and binge eating disorder, why there’s no such thing as “light restriction,” how pregnancy affected her relationship with her body, how even body-liberation activists can still be triggered by diet culture, and so much more. Plus, Christy answers…
 
Where do doulas fit into birthcare and the collaborative care team model that we envision as the standard in the future? Doulas are the space holders. If there is any role in the birthteam that is built around holding space, this is it! So what can we learn about the unique qualifications doulas have to hold space and how that can extend and create…
 
Tamari had much better feeding journeys with her next 2 babies. She talks about what she did differently, how she incorporates that into her professional guidance, and gives great advice on what all mothers - breastfeeding AND pumping - can do to have the most pleasant and successful experience. You can reach Tamari on Instagram @onewiththepump as …
 
Host Stephen P. Wood follows up with Luke Huntley, Australian snake catcher, after their discussion during the WEM 2021 conference. Stephen and Luke discuss the training that goes into snake catching as well as the legal requirements to be a certified snake catcher in Australia. Carpet pythons and Eastern Brown snakes are the most common snakes enc…
 
This week Sean and Kelly are joined by Dr. Becky Smethurst from Oxford to talk about code and science. Dr. Becky is an astrophysicist, author, and science communicator. Each week, she publishes a video on her YouTube channel explaining a bit about space, Special Guest: Becky Smethurst. Support Teaching Python Links: Dr. Becky - YouTube — Your frien…
 
Health At Every Size® health coach and certified intuitive eating counselor Linda Tucker joins us to discuss how dieting causes health problems, why intuitive eating is compatible with managing chronic illnesses, how diet culture and its new guise as the Wellness Diet twist the definition of self-care and health, why Linda combines the principles o…
 
Perhaps unexpectedly common are challenges faced during lactation. For something that is "natural" and for which there are so many available alternatives, tempers often run high when discussing the best way to approach issues that arise. How do we hold space through the complicated pieces of breastfeeding & chestfeeding so that parents feel support…
 
Exclusive pumping was not the way that Tamari envisioned feeding her baby. After many frustrating weeks of struggling to breastfeed her first baby, she had no choice but to resort to it if she wanted to provide him with breastmilk. She was lost and struggled immensely, having no idea what a wild ride it would be. She took that experience to self ac…
 
Welcome all to IS PHARMACOLOGY DIFFICULT Podcast! I am Dr Radhika Vijay. With the winters setting. in, I will be beginning today's episode in a poetic way and finally I will be setting up introduction to Dose Response relation/curves. Today I will cover the shape, importance of log DRC and its significance. I will be discussing three important aspe…
 
In this conversation, we talked with Carl Betts about his reflections on critical analysis in paramedic practice. Carl is a Paramedic and quality improvement lead-based in Sheffield working for the ambulance service. He has been a Paramedic for 10 years and has a 10-year extensive history of expeditions featuring multiple trips to Everest base camp…
 
Are you tired of being told things would be better if you were just a bit more resilient? Or frustrated with well-being initiatives that are put on by well-meaning employers but for which you have no time? This episode of the Nursing Standard podcast looks at the power of embracing your vulnerability and sense of humanity, and examines the dangerou…
 
Anti-diet therapist and author Judith Matz joins us to talk about shifting the focus of emotional eating toward the underlying deprivation and diet mentality, why turning to food to meet emotional needs isn’t an “eating problem” but a “soothing problem,” how diet culture and marginalization rob us of the ability to meet our needs, why Health at Eve…
 
Continuing our exploration of holding space for those in our care through the perinatal period, we are turning our attention to those experiencing intimate partner violence. As we consider the many systemic failures in birthcare and postpartum support, we must look at the number one cause of perinatal deaths: homicide. How do we screen for, recogni…
 
Welcome all to IS PHARMACOLOGY DIFFICULT Podcast! I am Dr Radhika Vijay. Today is a great Sunday as I am going to mark the end of receptor tale by discussing mainly two heads, namely No Receptor Mechanisms of Drug Action and also a few Receptor Pathologies. It will be a very informative talk and will be of great value at the same time great relief …
 
Last week, we were "on the other side of the bed" so to speak. I had an encounter in the hospital with my daughter's medical care that left me frustrated and angry. It led me to put the self-advocacy skills that I teach to so many into practice for myself. Were my strong reactions a result of my experience working in a hospital or because I was lik…
 
This episode is all about working with the data we generate for students, whether it's in the classroom, your school, or your district. Special guest star Rusti Gregory joins us to talk about his transition from the classroom to the data manager role. Special Guest: Rusti Gregory. Support Teaching Python Links: Trick or Treat for Programmers — Sure…
 
In this cross-over podcast, we are joined by our team from the Standard of Care Podcast. On 8/22/2021, a Colorado grand jury handed down a 32-count criminal indictment against the police officers and EMS personnel involved in the incident that led to Elijah McClain’s death. In this episode of the Standard of Care, Nick and Samantha try to untangle …
 
Fat-positive psychologist and eating-disorder specialist Rachel Millner joins us to discuss how she navigated a changing body while helping clients in eating-disorder recovery, coping with discomfort in a larger body, how the HAES community responded to her weight gain compared to the culture at large, teaching kids how to navigate diet culture and…
 
This season we continue our exploration of holding space through the complicated parts of perinatal care. Unfortunately, it is very complicated, and often harmful & dangerous, to navigate our birthcare system as someone who does not present as cis-gender and heterosexual. Deeply ingrained prejudices and biases impact care in ways felt on interperso…
 
Sheina Schochet is a relationship coach and therapist who specializes in helping couples keep their connection after having kids. Find out why some couples are just as connected before and after having kids and why some get divorced. Sheina gives loads of relationship and marriage advice specifically as it relates to the challenges that a couple fa…
 
Welcome all to IS PHARMACOLOGY DIFFICULT Podcast! I am Dr Radhika Vijay. Marking the beginnings of today's episode, narrating the glory and essence of a LIBRARY, I will be talking about the Regulation of receptors. I will thoroughly explain the terms up regulation and down regulation of receptors. I will also talk about connected terms like superse…
 
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