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Best Plenary Session podcasts we could find (updated July 2020)
Best Plenary Session podcasts we could find
Updated July 2020
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Learn the lessons of military history by looking at the great battles through the lens of the Principles of War. Part of the enduring nature of war, all good Generals follow the 10 Principles of War. The great Generals of history have the ability to know which of the principles are most important at the decisive moments of the campaign. We study the great battles to draw the lessons on strategy, tactics and leadership.
 
The Edmonton Navigators provide the university community with a place to explore and make sense of Jesus and what it means to follow him in an open, honest and caring environment. The Navs seek to thoughtfully wrestle with, and take seriously, Jesus' teaching to love God, to love people and to be representatives of Jesus, here at U of A, in Edmonton and around the world.
 
The World Government Summit is the primary global forum dedicated to shaping the future of government worldwide. Each year, the Summit sets the agenda for the next generation of governments with a focus on how they can harness innovation and technology to solve universal challenges facing humanity.The World Government Summit is a knowledge exchange platform at the intersection between government, futurism, technology and innovation. It functions as a thought leadership platform and networkin ...
 
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This BONUS episode is the recording of a lecture given on June 18, 2020 as part of Stanford's METRICS International Forum. METRICS stands for Meta-Research Innovation Center at Stanford University. This lecture is geared towards a broad audience and aims to provide a general sense of current cancer research. The lecture is titled "Cancer Meta-Resea…
 
This week we respond to some listener feedback from Dr. Christopher Booth and use it to talk about how to be the best hematologist-oncologist. We also discuss the SADAL study on Selinexor for patients with relapsed refractory diffuse large B-cell lymphoma, as published in The Lancet Haematology.Finally, we interview Drs. Eva Katsoulakis and Michael…
 
This week we briefly cover updates on the RECOVERY trial before segueing into an interview with Dr. Andrae Vandross on Twitter (specifically #medtwitter), academic discussions, and changing your career to find your calling. RECOVERY: www.recoverytrial.net/Malignant audiobook: www.audible.com/pd/B08864KFHW/?so…ACX0_195112_rh_usBack us on Patreon! ww…
 
This is Part III of our look at Lord Horatio Nelson and the practice of Mission Command. Check out episode 1 of our Nelson and Mission Command series. Check out the show notes for the podcast for all of the information that we cover in this episode as well as the images and other details that didn't make it into the podcast. Join the conversation o…
 
This week's episode is jam-packed with topics! We talk about the RECOVERY trial, the U.S. clinical trial infrastructure, event-free survival (EFS) and cost of care in acute myeloid leukemia, how long it takes to write papers in academic medicine, threats to public health officials, and the application to medicine of Dr. Raj Chetty's work in economi…
 
This is Part II of our look at Lord Horatio Nelson and the practice of Mission Command. Check out episode 1 of our Nelson and Mission Command series. Check out the show notes for the podcast for all of the information that we cover in this episode as well as the images and other details that didn't make it into the podcast. Join the conversation on…
 
This week we tackle the topic of tucatinib in HER2-positive breast cancer with brain metastases. We also interview Dr. Cailin O'Connor of the University of California Irvine on her research on misinformation and disinformation. We discuss her recent article in the Boston Review, titled "Hydroxychloroquine and the Political Polarization of Science",…
 
This is Part I of our look at Lord Horatio Nelson and the practice of Mission Command. Check out the show notes for the podcast for all of the information that we cover in this episode as well as the images and other details that didn't make it into the podcast. Join the conversation on Twitter or Facebook.…
 
We start this week's episode by covering some recent research: After thoroughly critiquing the recent randomized trial of hydroxychloroquine for postexposure prophylaxis for COVID-19, we then discuss the five abstracts selected for plenary sessions at the recent virtual meeting of the American Society of Clinical Oncology. We transition from there …
 
This week we talk all things COVID-19! We start with an in-depth Classical Hematology Chat with Dr. Sven Olson and Dr. Joseph Shatzel of Oregon Health & Science University on thrombosis and anticoagulation in COVID-19, touching on a number of recent studies. We then turn to a conversation with Dr. Walid Gellad of the University of Pittsburgh on new…
 
This week we discuss why being open-minded enough to agree partially with someone - instead of taking an all-or-nothing approach to a discourse - is important. We also sit down with epidemiologist Dr. Daniel Morgan of the University of Maryland School of Medicine to critique the public health policy concerning COVID-19 transmission.Back us on Patre…
 
This presentation, part of the Royal Australian Artillery Historical Company's Firepower: Lessons from the Great War Seminar Series. This session is presented by Air Commodore Mark Lax (Retd) Check out the show notes for the podcast for all of the information that we cover in this episode as well as the images and other details that didn't make it …
 
This presentation, part of the Royal Australian Artillery Historical Company's Firepower: Lessons from the Great War Seminar Series. This panel is hosted by Dr Tim McKenna and features discussion with Ellen Creswell, Dr Meleah Hampton, MAJ GEN Paul Stevens, RAA (Retd) and Air Commodore Mark LAX, RAAF (Retd) Check out the show notes for the podcast …
 
This presentation, part of the Royal Australian Artillery Historical Company's Firepower: Lessons from the Great War Seminar Series. MAJ GEN Paul Stevens highlights the evolution of artillery tactics as they were in 1918. How was artillery controlled in the advance? Check out the show notes for the podcast for all of the information that we cover i…
 
This week we have an announcement -- the audiobook of "Malignant: How Bad Policy and Bad Evidence Harm People with Cancer", written and narrated by our host Vinay Prasad, is available now on Amazon, iTunes, and Audible!We also have an in-depth journal club for you on the findings of the PROfound trial as published in a new paper out in the New Engl…
 
This week's topic is all things COVID-19 -- we discuss the viral scandal of British epidemiologist Neil Ferguson's actions and how it reflects (or doesn't) on his work, we talk about the nuances of how to end lockdowns, and we bring back Dr. Benjamin Singer, a pulmonary and critical care physician at Northwestern University, to address updates in t…
 
This week we begin with a monologue on the recent controversy surrounding Dr. John Ioannidis's published opinions on the COVID-19 pandemic. We end with a group discussion with Oregon Health & Science University's Hematology/Oncology fellows on our host's, Vinay Prasad's, new book "Malignant: How Bad Policy and Bad Evidence Harm People with Cancer."…
 
This presentation, part of the Royal Australian Artillery Historical Company's Firepower: Lessons from the Great War Seminar Series. This session is presented by Dr Meleah Hampton. Check out the show notes for the podcast for all of the information that we cover in this episode as well as the images and other details that didn't make it into the po…
 
This week we have a BONUS episode for you! As a teaser to the forthcoming audiobook of "Malignant: How Bad Policy and Bad Evidence Harm People with Cancer" by Dr. Vinay Prasad (our host), Audrey Tran and Ian Straehley have set the introduction of the book to music they composed and arranged themselves. You can buy the print version of Malignant fro…
 
This presentation, part of the Royal Australian Artillery Historical Company's Firepower: Lessons from the Great War Seminar Series. This session is presented by Ellen Creswell. Check out the show notes for the podcast for all of the information that we cover in this episode as well as the images and other details that didn't make it into the podca…
 
This week we start with an in-depth monologue on various new developments surrounding COVID-19, specifically the new study in NEJM on the compassionate use of remdesivir as well as the CDC's advice for the general public to wear cloth masks. We end with an interview with Dr. Ameet Sarpatwari of Harvard Medical School on how to create a more effecti…
 
This week we have a far-reaching monologue on COVID-19 and how people are reacting to the public health recommendations concerning COVID-19 (such as cancelling conferences and school, maintaining 6+ feet of distance, wearing cloth masks). We end with an insightful interview with Dr. Venk Murthy on polygenic risk score and, at the end, a bit about h…
 
This week we discuss several recent articles on the novel coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2) and COVID-19, specifically Dr. Siddhartha Mukherjee's article on the history and science of humanity's history with viruses, Dr. Ezekiel Emanuel's essay on how to fairly allocate dwindling medical resources during this global pandemic, and Dr. John Ioannidis's articl…
 
This is the first part of our study of the raid on Salamaua. We look at the genesis of SF in the Australian Army. Why were they formed in the first place? What was the detailed planning process that saw the formation of the Independent Companies and what were the likely tasks that they would undertake. Check out the show notes for the podcast for a…
 
This bonus episode is an interview from March 16, 2020 with Dr. John Townes, the Interim Head for the Division of Infectious Disease and the Medical Director for Infection Prevention and Control here at Oregon Health & Science University. We talk about the novel coronavirus and how healthcare professionals are responding to the COVID-19 pandemic, w…
 
This week we discuss two recent papers -- one we praise, one we condemn -- and then we turn to a question of the week with medical student Audrey Tran on self-improvement and "refining conviction". The first paper is titled "Patient Experience Captured by Quality-of-Life Measurement in Oncology Clinical Trials" and the second is titled "Overall sur…
 
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