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Northcentral University Deans, Faculty, and Leadership discuss a wide range of topics with a focus on the higher education community. Tune in to hear from our experts, alumni, students, and faculty.Emerging Trends in Higher Ed (ETHE), Center for the Advancement of Virtual Organizations (CAVO), Center for Transformational Healthcare Leadership (CTHL), Virtual Education Support Center (VESC) and our newly-added series, Virtual Center for Health and Wellness (VCHW).
 
Rural Health for You & Everybody explores topics relevant to rural health in America, along with highlighting specific health services offered through the Murray County Medical Center in Slayton, MN. We'll feature MCMC employees discussing their areas of health-related expertise, community members who are passionate about rural health topics, and more in each episode.
 
Tara Brach, Ph.D is an internationally known meditation teacher and author of bestselling Radical Acceptance and True Refuge. Tara shares a weekly guided meditation and talk that blend Western psychology and Eastern spiritual practices. The podcast addresses the value of mindfulness meditation and self-compassion in relieving emotional suffering, serving spiritual awakening and bringing healing to our world.
 
The Princeton Pulse Podcast highlights the vital connections between health research and policy. Hosted by Heather Howard, professor at Princeton University and former New Jersey Commissioner of Health and Senior Services, the show brings together scholars, policymakers, and other leaders to examine today’s most pressing health policy issues – domestically and globally. Guests discuss novel research at Princeton along with partnerships aimed at improving public health and reducing health dis ...
 
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Take as Directed

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Take as Directed

CSIS Global Health Policy Center | Center for Strategic and International Studies

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Take as Directed is the podcast series of the CSIS Global Health Policy Center. It highlights important news, events, issues, and perspectives in global health policy, particularly in infectious disease, health security, and maternal, newborn, and child health. The podcast brings you commentary and perspectives from some of the leading voices in global health and CSIS Global Health Policy Center in-house experts
 
Health Care Rounds is a weekly podcast developed for health care leaders who are at the forefront of health care delivery and payment reform. Join Darwin Research Group founder and CEO John Marchica as he discusses the latest advancements in health care business news and policy developments, including interviews with dynamic leaders in health care. John is a veteran health care strategist and is leading ongoing research initiatives on health care delivery systems and value-based care. Health ...
 
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Public Historians at Work

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Public Historians at Work

Center for Public History @ University of Houston

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Welcome to “Public Historians at Work,” a podcast series from the Center for Public History at the University of Houston. Our vision at CPH is to ignite an understanding of our diverse pasts by collaborating with and training historically minded students, practitioners, and the public through community-driven programming and scholarship. In this podcast series, we speak with academics, writers, artists, and community members about what it means to do history and humanities work for and with ...
 
Podcast interviews with genius-level (top .1%) practitioners, scientists, researchers, clinicians and professionals in Cancer, 3D Bio Printing, CRISPR-CAS9, Ketogenic Diets, the Microbiome, Extracellular Vesicles, and more. Subscribe today for the latest medical, health and bioscience insights from geniuses in their field(s).
 
“Cowside Conversations” is a monthly podcast brought to you by the Center for Dairy Excellence. We’ve heard time and time again that dairy farmers learn the most from other dairy farmers. So, in this podcast we’re going to share real-time farmer insight, tricks of the trade, and inspiring stories from dairies across Pennsylvania.
 
All across the United States, people are banding together to create a healthier future. State by state, city by city, and street by street, visionary local leaders strive to solve the nation's most persistent health challenges. Each month, we’ll bring you an inside view of a different community-based health initiative — an honest look at the challenges communities face and the outstanding solutions they’ve found to address them. Melissa Eagan is the host of the Healthy Communities News podca ...
 
Exposing the social norms, policies and systems that contribute to health inequities in Black America. Our mission is to report the facts and offer solutions to eliminate race-based disparities and achieve health equity. The conversation is led by Pastor George F Nicholas the Senior pastor of Lincoln Memorial United Methodist Church and Chairman of the Buffalo Center for Health Equity.
 
Stanford Medcast is an educational podcast ideal for the clinician on the go. Hot topics in medicine, healthcare, and education are discussed with world leading physicians and scientists. The podcast is produced by the Stanford Center for Continuing Medical Education.
 
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Shrinking It Down: Mental Health Made Simple

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Shrinking It Down: Mental Health Made Simple

The Clay Center for Young Healthy Minds, Massachusetts General Hospital

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Shrinking It Down: Mental Health Made Simple shines light on the fact that mental health is anything but simple, while helping caring adults to navigate some tough questions about youth development. Join child & adolescent psychiatrists Dr. Gene Beresin and Dr. Khadijah Booth Watkins as they explore topics related to the mental health of children, teens, and young adults. From depression and learning disorders to digital media and societal concerns, Shrinking It Down covers it all. Tune in t ...
 
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BrainStim

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BrainStim

Dr. Richard Aplin

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BrainStim takes the approach of team based wellness to another level. Dr. Richard Aplin, a neurological health expert, guides listeners by giving powerful health and wellness tips to help you live naturally without drugs and surgeries.
 
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Doing Translational Research

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Doing Translational Research

Bronfenbrenner Center at Cornell University

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Doing Translational Research explores the process of translating research findings into policy and practice and working with practitioners and policy makers to design more effective research studies. The podcast is produced by The Bronfenbrenner Center for Translational Research (BCTR) at Cornell University. The BCTR expands, strengthens, and speeds the connections between research, policy, and practice to enhance human development and well-being.
 
Please join Veteran Dr. Char Gatlin and LTC (Retired) Kevin Sickinger for The Abstract Veteran Series, a special feature of The Abstract Doctors podcasts. The Abstract Doctors is a series of weekly podcasts that feature fascinating guests from the world of medicine, professional & Olympic sports, psychology, coaching, health science, wellness, & inspiring stories of people who overcome, achieve and find ways to improve their life each and every day. Dr. Char Gatlin serves as the co-chair of ...
 
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Lit Health

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Lit Health

Center for Healthcare Narratives

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Welcome to Lit Health – lighting a fire underneath the status quo of healthcare through interviews with authors, healthcare leaders, and policymakers who are working to create a healthcare environment that is equitable, transparent, and that welcomes the needs of every patient – especially our vulnerable populations including the mentally ill, people of color and women who feel they are at risk in our current system, and anyone who feels bias or the isms affect their health and quality of li ...
 
The Healthy Project is hosted by Corey Dion Lewis, Clinical Health Coach for a Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC). Because of his experience working directly with patients in underserved communities, Corey felt the need to speak up and address the issues and provide solutions to improve the healthcare experience for the ones that need it the most. The Healthy Project Podcast addresses topics related to health equity, prevention, diversity, and literacy for healthcare professionals addr ...
 
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CHEcast

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CHEcast

Steve & Eddie

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CHEcast is a program of the Center for Health Empowerment, a nonprofit sexual health clinic that provides HIV prevention services, including PrEP and PEP, HIV testing and care and STI testing and treatment to our community at little to no cost. We specialize in providing care to people of color and other marginalized communities. We have clinics in both Austin and Dallas and offer convenient telehealth services across Texas. Visit us online at checlinic.org to book an appointment today.
 
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SkinnyTrees: Lift Health for All

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SkinnyTrees: Lift Health for All

Center for Health Equity Transformation at Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine

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SkinnyTrees: Lift Health for All – is a podcast from the Simon Research Lab at the Center for Health Equity Transformation at Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine hearing voices from the research and community world with a focus on health equity. Conversations and interviews will discuss the importance of achieving health equity, highlighting health disparities, and exploring innovative ways to improve health for all.
 
Conversations On Health Care features in-depth discussions on health policy and innovation with industry newsmakers from around the globe. The podcast is produced by Community Health Center, Inc., Connecticut’s largest provider of medical, dental and behavioral healthcare to the underserved, and hosted by Founder, President and CEO Mark Masselli and Vice President and Clinical Director Margaret Flinter.
 
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Dr. Emily Kainne Dokubo, the CDC Country Director for the Jamaica/Caribbean Regional Office, and Sarah Gregory discuss leveraging CDC global health programs to respond to COVID-19 in Cameroon.By CENTERS FOR DISEASE CONTROL AND PREVENTION
 
Penn State undergraduate Alexis Capel interviews professor Janae Neiderhiser about her long-term, interdisciplinary research investigations into the interplay between genetic and environmental factors in shaping the personalities of children as they grow into adolescence. By focusing on the development of adopted children and twins raised in differ…
 
Today we connect with Thomas Purifoy, a filmmaker who is devoted to developing unique learning resources to advance the Kingdom of God. Thomas has been involved in many thought-provoking films, including Is Genesis History?, Samaritan, and more… Thomas oversees three companies: Compass Cinema, Compass Classroom, and Compass Creative. Using outlets …
 
Our herbs this week are pine and plantain! A mighty tall tree and a humble herb of the packed earth. Pine trees come in many varieties. Around Boston we mainly find white pine (Pinus strobus) and red pine (Pinus resinosa), but many others are similar. Pine can help sustain energy and mood, so we consider it a stimulant – but not like coffee. Pine w…
 
With technology rapidly improving, modern therapeutic devices are coming in many shapes and sizes. Researchers are using all sorts of alternative approaches to healing the body – including sound frequencies. Joining us today to discuss his work in this intriguing field is James Bare, the inventor of the Rife and Bare System. Trained as a chiropract…
 
What does it mean to have a metaphysical understanding of the world around us? Dr. Wolfgang Smith, a mathematician, physicist, philosopher of science, and metaphysician, joins the podcast to discuss this intriguing topic and others like it… Born in 1930, Dr. Smith has seen the world of physics develop and change before his very eyes. Not only has h…
 
Trauma Sensitive Mindfulness - The Power of Self-Nurturing - While we all need to customize meditation, this is particularly important for those living with PTSD or strong, potentially overwhelming emotions. This talk explores how trauma cuts us off from wholeness, and is accompanied by a deep and painful experience of shame. We look at the ways me…
 
In this episode, we interview Rose Horton and take a deep dive into healthcare burnout and some tips and tricks for combating burnout. Nurses can now get CE for listening to the WCH Podcast here: bit.ly/WCHCEU or download the CEHQ app on #Android or #Apple to listen, learn, and earn wherever you are! For transcripts, resources, and questions asked …
 
Paul Cremer, MD, provides an overview of imaging modalities for detection and assessment, Andrew Bauer, MD, discusses the intraoperative CTA perspective, and Sagar Kalahasti, MD, highlights postoperative management and considerations.By Cleveland Clinic Heart & Vascular Institute
 
How do emerging pollutants such as microplastics and pesticides affect aquatic ecosystems? Ecotoxicologist Susanne M. Brander joins the podcast today to discuss her work on this poignant topic of research… Susanne is an Associate Professor at Oregon State University in the College of Agricultural Sciences, in the Fisheries and Wildlife Department, …
 
In our continued series on China post-Zero Covid, Dr. Scott Kennedy recounts the revelations from his six weeks in Beijing and Shanghai in late 2022, and reflects on what has transpired – societally, politically, medically -- since President Xi suddenly threw off the Zero-Covid controls in early December. What is the “toll” for not preparing for th…
 
In our continued series on China post-Zero Covid, Dr. Scott Kennedy recounts the revelations from his six weeks in Beijing and Shanghai in late 2022, and reflects on what has transpired – societally, politically, medically -- since President Xi suddenly threw off the Zero-Covid controls in early December. What is the “toll” for not preparing for th…
 
January 26: Today on TownHall Jake Lancaster, Chief Medical Information Officer at Baptist Memorial Health Care talks with Mark Zhang, Associate CMIO at Brigham and Women's Hospital and Medical Director at Brigham Digital Innovation Hub about the emerging technology extended reality. In this episode they discuss how Mark came to found the American …
 
Dr. Louis Sullivan’s leadership and advocacy for equity in the health professions have taken him from the classroom to the seats of power in Washington. He reflects on his own journey and the challenges that still exist in training people of color to become doctors and for other medical roles. Dr. Sullivan believes, “It’s a combination of a lack of…
 
Making the decision to invest in new technology like a robotic milking system or a compost barn can be exciting, but it often comes with a learning curve and new maintenance requirements. In this episode of Cow-Side Conversations, Phoebe Bitler of Vista Grande Farms in Berks County, Pennsylvania, shares both the benefits and learning curves they ha…
 
In the premiere episode of Rural Health for You & Everybody, join host Amber Sorenson, marketing director at the Murray County Medical Center, as she talks with Lindsey Sell, LPN, CLC. Lindsey discusses the overall role of a lactation consultant and her approach when offering lactation consultation services to moms at the Murray County Clinic. Find…
 
In this episode, we connect with Angelos Deltsidis, Ph.D., an Assistant Professor and Post-harvest Extension Specialist at the University of Georgia. As an expert in the field of horticulture, Angelos focuses his research on an intriguing area of specialization: post-harvest fruit and vegetable physiology. So, what happens to fruits and vegetables …
 
Podcast Episode 116 How can church leaders address conflicts? We speak with attorney and mediator Charlie Pillsbury about mediating conflicts in congregations. Listen on Apple Podcasts | Stitcher | Google Podcasts | Spotify Watch on YouTube Related Resources 5 Suggestions for Managing Conflict in Polarized Contexts by David R. Brubaker Eight Strate…
 
Join Veterans Char Gatlin and Kevin Sickinger for episode 3 of season 2 of The Abstract Veteran Podcast, as they welcome Alex Pais. Dr. Char Gatlin serves as the co-chair of the Consumer Advisory Board for LIMBIC-CENC. He also is highly active in the greater Montana and the larger national medical community, holding positions on multiple oversight …
 
Mitch Hunter joins the podcast today to discuss plant diversity, sustainability, and more. As the Associate Director of Forever Green Initiative and Adjunct Assistant Professor at The University of Minnesota, Mitch is interested in developing cropping systems that promote greater diversity, resilience, and sustainability. Mitch is a Minnesota nativ…
 
In this episode of the Healthy Project podcast, I sit down with Dr. Shah, a physician geriatrician and Chief Medical Officer at Broadlawns Medical Center, to discuss the importance of vaccination in protecting both individuals and communities. We delve into common misconceptions about vaccines, such as the idea that they change DNA or make women in…
 
January 24: Today on TownHall Reid Stephan, VP and CIO at St. Lukes talks with Ray Lowe, SVP & CIO at AltaMed about FQHCs and how AltaMed has utilized technology to increase access to care. As a former rocket scientist, does Ray see Healthcare IT as harder or easier than rocket science? What are FQHCs and why are they important? How is Ray using te…
 
Why can some plants survive in cold climates, but others cannot? Al Pacheco Kovaleski, an expert in cold hardiness and dormancy in plants, joins us today to discuss his perspective on this intriguing topic… Al is an Assistant Professor, in the Department of Horticulture at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Here, he researches how plants control …
 
In this special episode of Off the Charts, co-hosts Steven Jackson, MD, Kari Haley, MD, and producer Jimmy Bellamy reflect on the past year since the podcast launched. They share the conversations they’re still thinking about, the quotes that have stuck with them and feedback from listeners that inspire them to keep going. Off the Charts will retur…
 
What does it truly mean to walk with God? Daniel Krynzel, the Founder of Godspeed, joins the podcast today to share his perspective on this question, and others like it… Daniel has always known there was a God, and the economic crisis of 2008 made His presence clearer than ever. After losing everything and turning to alcohol, Daniel had truly hit r…
 
A seaweed and a vine-flower, how are they alike? We started out this episode feeling like these two herbs were completely different from one another. By the time we got to the end, though, we found a unifying quality or two. Dulse, whose Latin name is Palmaria palmata, is our favorite choice for those who are new to seaweeds. It has a mild flavor, …
 
Energy and food production is constantly evolving, and as resources seem to dwindle, experts are looking at alternative approaches to a multitude of ecological issues. Joining us today to discuss his perspective on this matter is Rob Avis, an expert in renewable energy and regenerative design. Rob is the Owner, Lead Instructor, and Engineer at Verg…
 
In this episode, we discuss microfossils, crystals, and more with geoscientist Juan Manuel García-Ruiz. Juan is a Research Professor of the Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas (CSIC) at the University of Granada, where he explores the interconnectivity of crystals and the origins of life. As an internationally recognized expert in miner…
 
Steve Burrows is a writer, director, performer, and producer who began his career in Chicago, joining Second City director Dell Close as a member of the critically acclaimed and groundbreaking improvisational comedy group ‘Baron's Barracudas’. After relocating to Los Angeles, Burrows began his film and TV career with an award-winning short film, "T…
 
Meditation, Psychedelics, Mortality: A conversation with Tara and Roland Griffiths - Roland is a long-term meditator, a psychopharmacologist and professor at Johns Hopkins, and a leader in researching the clinical effects of psychedelics, including their impact on those struggling with cancer, depression or addiction. At the end of 2021, he discove…
 
Sudden cardiac arrest or death can be traumatic for everyone involved. The important thing to focus on is immediate emergency medical attention and resuscitation. Dr. Michael Emery and Dr. Tamanna Singh, Co-Directors of the Sports Cardiology Center, discuss considerations for patients who have experienced sudden cardiac arrest on the field.…
 
Geocentrism. Preformationism. Ice pick lobotomies cure depression. What do these ideas have in common? They were once accepted as true, influencing how people understood and interacted with the world around them. From our modern-day vantage point, we can laugh at the absurdity – at the foolishness of our forefathers. We might even consider them hoo…
 
In this episode of the Advancing Surgical Care Podcast, ASCA Chief Executive Officer Bill Prentice talks with HST Pathways Chief Innovation Officer Gavin Fabian about the challenges, and potential solutions, for surgery centers that perform procedures that require the use of medical devices or surgical implants. As ASCA continues its efforts to add…
 
While Dr. Gene Beresin and Dr. Khadijah Booth Watkins are experts in child & adolescent psychiatry, you are the expert on your child, and your lived experience is really important in addressing mental health concerns. From challenges with hair pulling to supporting a child through a regression in toilet training, Gene and Khadijah offer clinical in…
 
January 19: Today on TownHall Linda Yang, CIO, talks with Erin Osbourn, Former CIO for the NY Hotel Trades Council & Hotel Assoc. of NYC Employee Benefit Funds about how her team supported the organization and the effects on the organization by the critical period of the pandemic. What were some of the unexpected impacts of the pandemic that she sa…
 
Meditation: The Silence That is Listening - Listening to sounds is a powerful way to quiet the thinking mind and connect with the natural openness of awareness. This meditation emphasizes the anchor of listening, and guides us to relax through our bodies and let sounds wash through us. In this receptivity we find a homecoming to full presence and p…
 
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