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Qualitative research has the power to positively impact people’s lives. Join Dr. Stacy Penna, NVivo Community Director as she talks to qualitative researchers to discover their innovative research methods, applied practices and passionate insights. Whether you are a student, new to qualitative methods or a published qualitative researcher, this is the podcast for you.
 
We live in a complex, fast changing and highly social world. One of the most compelling questions we face is how to understand ourselves and other people. The video tracks on this album introduce the four main theoretical perspectives in social psychology - cognitive, psychoanalytical, discursive and phenomenological. The album also explores interrogative themes that help in the understanding of key topics in social psychology. This material forms part of The Open University course DD307 Soc ...
 
Occupational Therapy Insights is a show for parents, educational professionals, and occupational therapists, that delves into the world of occupational therapy. Here occupational therapy is broken down into its simplest form for all to understand. The show is hosted by Dr. Frederick Covington, an occupational therapy professor, author, award winning inventor, and occupational therapy private practice owner.
 
The CBRL inspires and supports the highest quality research in the humanities and social sciences in the countries of the Levant. Through its events and outreach activities, CBRL encourages the exchange and dissemination of knowledge and ideas for the benefit of all. CBRL is a non-profit organisation. Comments and queries are welcome to: cbrldevelopment@thebritishacademy.ac.uk.
 
Market research in healthcare is overdue for a change. When we review the transcripts from patients and healthcare professionals, we are looking at the words, but lacking the clues behind how they were said. Without the tone, rate, inflection, even pauses, we lose too much value in transcription. This new podcast from inVibe Labs explores topics around the hidden insights within the acoustic signals of what we say, how we say it, and the deeper meanings and emotions; all critical clues about ...
 
Life is complicated, but we love simple answers. AI and robotics are changing the nature of work. Emojis change the way we write. Fossil Fuels were once the engine of progress, now we're in a race to change how we power the planet. We're constantly trying to save ourselves...from ourselves. This Anthro Life brings you smart conversations with humanity’s top makers and minds to make sense of it all. We dig into truth and hope in our creative potential through design, culture, and technology. ...
 
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This Sawyer Seminar, funded by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, seeks to advance critical understanding of where data comes from and how it is used, setting the present moment within a century-long history of information supply and its power-laden consequences. Our year-long seminar—uniting two dozen Pittsburgh-area faculty, graduate students, and practitioners with fourteen leading international scholars who will visit us as guest speakers—sets the present moment within a century-long histo ...
 
The Ethnography Atelier podcast discusses research methods with accomplished qualitative researchers. We talk to guests about their experiences of conducting research in and around organizations, the challenges they faced and the understandings they gained. The podcast is an initiative of the Ethnography Atelier at emlyon business school which promotes ethnographic and other qualitative research. For more information please visit our website at www.ethnographyatelier.org
 
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What are the most interesting advances in qualitative research in sports and physical activity science? Three qualitative researchers share their views! Dr Signe Højbjerre Larsen is an Associate Professor at the University of Southern Denmark. Her research focuses on play and lifestyle sports in the fields of philosophy of sport, sociology of sport…
 
Let's talk about qualitative research in IO psych. What is it? What kinds of research questions can you ask with it? What are the methods like? How can you get started? In this episode, I'm joined by Julia McMenamin (Twitter), Dr. Jennifer Pickett (Twitter), Dr. Deborah DiazGranados (Twitter), and Dr. Scott Davies (Twitter). Be sure to check out th…
 
In this inaugural episode of The Kubelist Podcast, host Marc Campbell of Replicated speaks with Uma Mukkara of MayaData. They explore the tooling and best practices for adopting chaos engineering, as well as MayaData’s founding story and multi-project roadmap. The post Ep. #1, Practicing Chaos with Uma Mukkara of MayaData appeared first on Heavybit…
 
What's it like to be Black in I-O psychology? When Shavonne Holman and Macy Cheeks graduated from Howard University—the country's most prestigious historically black university—and entered graduate programs in I-O psych, they weren't prepared for how alone and isolated they'd feel. Over dinner and drinks, they talked about forming a LinkedIn group …
 
When most people think of forensics or forensic anthropology the first thing that comes to mind are TV shows like CSI or Bones, or maybe in Six Feet Under. This may sound overly obvious, but people die every day. And this means that every day someone has to deliver dealth notifications to next of kin, especially when people live apart. Often times …
 
There is growing research evidence that academics are struggling. For example, the majority of university staff find their job stressful. There is more burnout in university staff than in general working populations. Some studies show that a third of doctoral candidates are at risk, or have developed, mental health issues. In this episode, we focus…
 
After watching this video, do you have any OT recommendations, ideas to adaptive equipment, energy conservation.....let’s chat!! SUMMATION: A young lady whose leg swelled to a massive 150lb has vowed to restart her life after enduring a radical twelve-hour operation to remove the growth. Jamila Coleman, 27, spent nearly four years watching the worl…
 
In episode 26 of o11ycast, Charity and Shelby speak with Parveen Khan of Square Marble Technology. They discuss Parveen’s journey into observability and the insights she’s gained as a test engineer and quality advocate. The post Ep. #26, Unknown Unknowns with Parveen Khan of Square Marble Technology appeared first on Heavybit.…
 
In episode 26 of o11ycast, Charity and Shelby speak with Parveen Khan of Square Marble Technology. They discuss Parveen’s journey into observability and the insights she’s gained as a test engineer and quality advocate. The post Ep. #26, Unknown Unknowns with Parveen Khan of Square Marble Technology appeared first on Heavybit.…
 
COVID-19 has spread quickly throughout the world, and Cochrane is maintaining a series of rapid reviews of the evidence to help decision makers respond to the pandemic. In this podcast, lead author, Barbara Nussbaumer-Streit from Danube University Krems in Austria outlines the findings of the review of quarantine, which was originally requested by …
 
Nietzsche's thought has been applied to many aspects of culture (art, theatre, etc.) but less often on sport. Yunus Tuncel has identified numerous dimensions of Nietzsche’s work that can be applied to understanding the role of sport in human life. The second part of our discussion addresses a number of intriguing questions: What did Nietzsche mean …
 
As the number of therapists in mental health settings continues to decline, research is needed to explore the scope, satisfaction, and efficacy of services. In this study, we used Patton’s (1997) Utilization-Focused Program Evaluation to explore scope of services, therapist and client satisfaction, and perceived efficacy of services in a free-stand…
 
This insight episode is taken from episode 42 where Courtney and Michael talk with Joseph Ament, an ecological economist at the University of Vermont. In the full episode we discuss Joe’s research on money, common money misconceptions, the role of money right now during the COVID-19 pandemic. In this insight episode, we highlight Joe’s thoughts on …
 
Today on The Uplow’d, we welcome Julie Emmett, Jessica Mahan and Eric Wolfe to discuss an in-store test conducted on behalf of the Plant Based Foods Association to uncover how Kroger shoppers are responding to plant-based meat products across the midwestern U.S. We’ll learn about the surprising results of this test, and what it means for the future…
 
With recent celebrations to commemorate the 25th anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and the centennial of the American Occupational Therapy Association (AOTA), it is timely to take stock of the profession’s involvement in the intellectual disability (ID) community. There are observable deficiencies in occupational therapy prac…
 
On this episode, Katie is joined by Asao B. Inoue, Professor of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences, Director of University Writing and the Writing Center at the University of Washington Tacoma, a member of the Executive Board of Council of Writing Program Administrators, and the Program Chair of the 2018 Conference on College Composition and Commu…
 
How to improve PA communications and promote PA effectively? Dr James Nobles is a pragmatic, multi-methodological researcher with particular interests and expertise in obesity (prevention and treatment), public health, and systems science. Since starting his research career and through various appointments, he has developed strong working relations…
 
Athree-year-old girl suffers from a rare condition which means she can survive on just 90 minutes of sleep each night. She was only recently diagnosed with Angelman syndrome - which has no cure. Not only does it affect her sleeping, but it also means she is unable to speak and has to communicate by pointing at pictures. What would be your suggestio…
 
Despite the growing body of research on meaning in life and meaning in sport, the psychological study of meaning in sport is at nascent stages. Dr Matteo Luzzeri has developed the first quantitative instrument to study domain-specific meaning in sport. In this episode, which is the second part of our discussion, he shares the story behind the quest…
 
This insight episode is taken from episode 039, where Michael and I talk with Raul Pacheco-Vega. Raul is a professor in the Public Administration Division of the Centre for Economic Research and Teaching, CIDE (Centro de Investigacion y Docencia Economicas, CIDE, AC) based out of CIDE Region Centro in Aguascalientes, Mexico. In the full podcast (ep…
 
What are your OT thoughts on this situation? Would you intervene, make suggestions to the family, recommend adaptive equipment, discuss mental health, etc.? Brief Summation: Shreyash Barmate is an 11-year-old boy living in Madhya Pradesh India who suffers from a rare genetic disorder 'progeria'. He is 11 years old but looks as if he is in 60's. He …
 
Danny McMillan is the host of Seller Sessions, the largest podcast for advanced Amazon sellers. A world-renowned public speaker and veteran Amazon seller, Danny is also the Co-Founder of DATAbrill. Working alongside respected algorithm expert Dr. Ellis Whitehead, DATAbrill manages PPC and advertising automation for 7 and 8 figure Amazon brands. Dan…
 
In episode 5 of Developer Love, Patrick Woods speaks with Knut Melvær of Sanity.io. They discuss building developer tools, promoting psychological safety, and nurturing connections within the DevRel community. The post Ep. #5, Qualitative Storytelling with Knut Melvær of Sanity.io appeared first on Heavybit.…
 
What does it mean to be authentic in sport? Are there different threats to authenticity in team and individual sports? Does sport culture promote bad faith? This is the second part of our discussion with Emily Ryall. Our starting point is her article "Being-on-the-Bench: An Existential Analysis of the Substitute in Sport" published in Sport, Ethics…
 
What is systems approach and why it is great approach? Dr James Nobles is a pragmatic, multi-methodological researcher with particular interests and expertise in obesity (prevention and treatment), public health, and systems science. Since starting his research career and through various appointments, he has developed strong working relationships w…
 
Legislation supports a role for occupational therapy in postsecondary settings, but this area is not a common practice area and the practice area is not well understood. This scoping review maps current literature of occupational therapists working with students in postsecondary settings in order to inform future research and practice.…
 
People have complex relationships with the environments they live in and resources such as water and food are critical variables in societal landscapes, with resource scarcity potentially leading to instability or collapse. In the Levant, with its long history of human occupation and evolution, human-climate-environment interactions have been impor…
 
In our final episode with Sherif al-Qallawi (Twitter, LinkedIn), Sherif reflects on his long and winding journey to I-O psych. We'll travel from pharmaceuticals to the United Nations, by way of a coin flip. Be sure to check out If Only I Had Known Back Then on the GIT SIOP blog and tell your psych instructor friends about www.teachiopsych.com. And …
 
Each of us navigates daily life — learning, work, recreation and relationships — thanks to intrinsic skills called executive functions. Children and adults with learning and attention issues—including learning disabilities (LD) and Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)—often struggle profoundly with many of these skills that most of us ta…
 
Is there any need for occupational therapy in this scenario? AS Emily Carter finishes her song, the only thing that's noticeable about her singing is that it's very, very good. It's only after the music stops that Emilly's tics become apparent. Sniffing, coughing and touching her nose, Emilly has Tourette's syndrome.…
 
COVID-19 has spread quickly throughout the world, and Cochrane is preparing a series of rapid reviews of the evidence to help decision makers with their response. In this podcast, lead author, Jake Burns from the University of Munich in Germany describes the findings of our review of the effects of travel-related control measures, which was publish…
 
What does it mean to be a coach? How does phenomenology help us understand what coaching is about? This exciting episode focuses on uncovering the essences of sport coaching. Additionally, we explore the different types of caring and how they manifest in a coaching context. And finally, we ask questions about what meaningful work might look like in…
 
Physical activity in later life is often promoted for its potential physical, psychological and social benefits for older adults. However, sometimes these programmes, despite good intentions, can perpetuate negative stereotypes about ageing and youthful ideas about good life. Have we forgot to ask old people themselves how and why they are (not) ac…
 
Bob Serling is the Founder of Profit Alchemy and a 30-year marketing and licensing veteran. His innovative take on marketing and licensing has helped thousands of businesses and entrepreneurs produce exceptional results. Bob has been the monthly marketing columnist for Success Magazine, invented a skateboard toy featuring Tony Hawk’s branding that …
 
In this episode Michael and Stefan spoke with Mike Schoon, an associate professor in Arizona State University's School of Sustainability. They began by discussing Mike's previous career as an engineer and his PhD dissertation work on transboundary parks in Southern Africa, which he conducted while he was a PhD student at Indiana University, where h…
 
In this weeks episode of Office Hours, Dr. Lacy talks about what you should do if you are asked to leave your dissertation program and the accountability you should be taking for yourself and how you should be showing up. Marvette also talks to those of you who are living with the constant anxiety of thinking you are going to be asked to the leave …
 
What are your OT thoughts on this gentleman? Present ideas...ideas for as he ages...no OT intervention needed.....let’s see!! Despite being born with a rare condition that attacked his lower spine – Ernie Ibarra continues to father two children and live his life to the full. Ernie, 30, was born with Caudal Regression Syndrome, otherwise known as Sa…
 
We cannot create meaning out of nowhere, but we always depend on culture to provide us with a horizon of significance. But what kind of "thing" is culture? Can we create a winning culture, a healthy culture, or meaningful culture around sport? Or are any attempts to manage culture simply colonialist projects that will inevitably marginalise and sil…
 
Here’s another opportunity for your facial therapy discussion. It involves a case of bacterial meningitis that caused a young lady to lose more than half of her skin and required all four limbs to be amputated. After watching the video, are there any adaptations you would makers the home, any adaptive equipment you would recommend, Is this person n…
 
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