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Weekly long-form conversations with fascinating people at the creative edges of national security. Unscripted. Informal. Always fresh. Chatter guests roll with the punches to describe artistic endeavors related to national security and jump into cutting-edge thinking at the frontiers where defense and foreign policy overlap with technology, intelligence, climate change, history, sports, culture, and beyond. Each week, listeners get a no-holds-barred dialogue at an intersection between Lawfar ...
 
Each month, members of the RFGeneration.com site participate in a play through of a shoot-em-up game, ranging from classics like R-Type and Gradius to modern "bullet hell" style games, like DoDonPachi and Ketsui. Shoot the Core-cast is an exploration of these games, and our experiences playing them alongside the site members. https://linktr.ee/shootthecorecast
 
Inclusivity is the fuel to brand acceleration. As the digital world expands, developing an inclusive vision and strategy for building community is imperative. Just as Nike connected with all levels of athletes and Apple delivered products to all types of users so every brand must find the universal human connection to their products and services. How can organizations significantly impact people? How do you increase value and loyalty? How can you show up today as an inclusive brand? Welcome ...
 
The Utterly Moderate Podcast is the official podcast of the Connors Forum for a Healthy Democracy. The core mission of the Connors Forum is to disseminate high-quality nonpartisan information to the public. Utterly Moderate is hosted by Lawrence Eppard, a researcher, university professor, and director of the Connors Forum. On each episode Eppard is joined by a guest (or two or three!) to help him understand important topics by focusing on just the weight of the empirical evidence and none of ...
 
Antoine Debbs | UNEOS-CTH.COM Founder & Creative Director CORE | PROGRESSION Founder. Spiritual Activist, Alternative thinker, Free thinker, Intuitive, Em-path, Indigo child. We talk about all the things that normal society needs proof to believe. We strive to be unbiased and open to all topics, contents and human perspective. Respect is key. Communication is key. Unconditional love is vital. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/Iwouldntsaythat/support
 
WYE is the podcast that responds to all emergencies on and off the job. This podcast covers four core areas of life: Physical, Financial, Emotional, and Professional. Inside each of those cores lies four phases of an emergency: Education, Preparation, Response, and Recovery. Through each core, WYE will offer different perspectives on each phase. Industry and Subject Matter Experts will offer their guidance on how best to leverage possibility and maximize results in each of the four areas.
 
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WRaPEM Podcast

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WRaPEM Podcast

WRaPEM: Physician Wellness

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WRaP EM is a group of ordinary but passionate clinicians and medical educators who want to promote the concepts of Wellness, Resilience and Performance, from being considered “the soft stuff” to becoming a core part of Emergency Medicine practice. We aim to provide a thought provoking forum for idea sharing and creativity, focused on the development and wellbeing of healthcare professionals. WRaP EM has created a Free Open Access Medical Education (FOAMEd) curriculum blog and now podcast to ...
 
Like a daily audio flash card. This podcast is intended to aid any medical professional preparing for an Advanced Cardiovascular Life Support (ACLS) class. Each one-to-nine minute Flash Briefing-style episode covers one of the skills needed to recognize a stroke or cardiac emergency and work as a high-performing team to deliver quality care. Listening to a tip-of-the-day for 14-30 days prior to a class will help cement core concepts that have been shown to improve outcomes in patients suffer ...
 
CanadiEM aims to improve emergency care in Canada by building an online community of practice for healthcare practitioners and providing them with high quality, freely available educational resources. Our podcasts are found on this channel and include: CRACKCast (Core Rosen's and Clinical Knowledge) helps residents to "Turn on their learn on" through podcasts that assist with exam prep by covering essential core content. ClerkCast: A podcast focused on clinical clerks and their time in emerg ...
 
This series is all about Mechanical Keyboards, talking from switches, caps, DIY kits, hand-wired, cases, plates and more. If its about Mechanical Keyboards, we'll probably talk about it! As a sub-series is also the Mech Market Report, a weekly look at prices from the second-hand market on the MechMarket subreddit.
 
As always, it's been a Big Week in Gaming - so join integot, Mike and Swinny (three Aussie blokes who just won't shut up) for all the video game news, industry headlines, awesome deals, classic gaming retrospectives and special features you can handle. Covering PS5, Xbox Series X, PC gaming and Nintendo Switch, we shill to all! Don't be shy! Reach us on bigwigpod@gmail.com or @bigwigpod on twitter. Don't forget to give us a 5-star review on your podcast service, it will help us grow. Hosted ...
 
Prestige 70 podcast features intimate conversations between acclaimed musicians, composers, producers, and Scott Goldman—who, as the longtime moderator of the GRAMMY® Museum Public Programs Series, has interviewed hundreds of iconic figures in music. Through the lens of contemporary artists including Chic Corea, Poncho Sanchez, Miles Mosley, Azar Lawrence and Nate Mercereau, Prestige 70 not only looks back at the musicians and recordings that made the label so important (Miles Davis, John Co ...
 
Outer space doesn’t have to be all uncharted territory and vast unknowns. This weekly show from Inverse, enlists the universe's greatest experts, explorers, and enthusiasts to answer the questions that are worth spacing out over. Hosted by video producer and resident star child, Steve Ward, each episode will launch headfirst into topics of astronomical proportions with an approachable style. When will we realistically get to Mars? How would we build a space colony better than Earth? What wil ...
 
There are many elements in our lives that affect our well-being and there are many ways that we can explore them. One avenue to optimal self-care is having open, honest conversations about what it means to be well. Navigate love and relationships, purpose and meaning, mental health and wellness, success and failure, and all of those things that make us human with Whitney Lauritsen on This Might Get Uncomfortable. Whitney has over 13 years of professional experience in the health, wellness, a ...
 
A Shoot 'em Up (Shmup) Gaming Podcast. We cover everything from Danmaku, Bullet Hell, Arcade, New, Retro, Top Down, Twin-Stick, Run n Gun, Fixed, Gallery, Rail, Arena... Rogue-lite Hybrids (cause that's a thing)... maybe a light gun game or two... basically anything that's shmup or shmup related. We do the news, reviews, retrospectives, deep dives, and any other hot item clickbait words that raises the SEO! Hosted by Sensei Pong. Thread the needle... Lick and Scrubside!
 
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The World to Come

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2020 WEBBY AWARD HONOREE In a post-apocalyptic world with no internet or electricity, five disparate factions vie for dominance in the city-state of Fiveboro. Each tribe worships at the altar of the bygone pop-culture references of an earlier time, and relishes the stories of film and television they've never actually seen. The Fansci Folk live in a Sci-Fi/Fantasy cosplay kingdom, the Escandalistas invoke the drama of the Telenovelas, The Criterione Collective praises the independent Art Fil ...
 
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Take Home Points SBO should be considered in all patients presenting with abdominal pain particularly if they have a prior abdominal surgical history Patients with SBO often have non-specific signs and symptoms. There is no history or physical exam feature that rules out the disease Lactate elevation is a late finding in SBO. A normal lactate does …
 
Personal growth may sound so fulfilling and such a great path to follow. However, there is a side to it that not many people realize or want to admit. From discomfort around taking responsibility to the victim mindset, there are “ugly” aspects of getting to empowerment. In this episode, Cassandra Powell shares the personal responsibility we have to…
 
Along with early defibrillation, high quality CPR with minimal interruptions is one of the two factors that has been shown to improve cardiac arrest outcomes. How do we know if high quality, effective CPR is being performed? Objective measures of high-quality CPR include: Compression rate of 100-120 per minute; Compression depth of at least 5 cm; A…
 
Yaya Fanusie has explored his analytic side and his creative side throughout his life and multifaceted career. Comic book writer and illustrator in junior high. International economics in graduate school. Author of nonfiction and fiction. Work at the Central Intelligence Agency and the National Counterrorism Center fighting corruption and terrorism…
 
The 2020 ACLS guidelines updated the dose for administration of Atropine and Dopamine for the treatment of unstable bradycardia. The signs & symptoms of unstable bradycardia. Atropine's new dose and maximum. The use of atropine when a patient is in a second degree type II or third degree heart block. ECG changes that indicate subsequent doses of at…
 
Unless you've been under a giant rock you're aware that Buffalo Bill's Football player Damar Hamlin suffered a cardiac arrest during a game against the Bengals recently. While the dark web is flush with conspiracies about the cause, your hosts Jason the law enforcement expert and football fan, and Justin the medical expert and irregular spectator, …
 
The tongue is the most common airway obstruction in an unconscious patient. Insertion an oropharyngeal airway helps keep the patient’s tongue from falling to the back of the pharynx and causing an airway obstruction. The oropharyngeal airway is sometimes called an OPA or simply an oral airway. Indications for using an oral airway. Contraindication …
 
Hypoxia is a state of low oxygen levels in the blood. Determining hypoxia using a pulse oximeter or arterial blood gasses (ABGs). A goal of ACLS is to recognize signs of hypoxia and provide timely treatment to prevent an arrest. Examples of some things that might lead us to think of hypoxia as a cause of cardiac arrest. Why we should not rely on pu…
 
On this episode of the Utterly Moderate Podcast we are discussing women in fields related to science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) in the U.S. According to the AAUW: "Women make up only 28% of the workforce in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM), and men vastly outnumber women majoring in most STEM fields in college.…
 
Social media has us wrapped around the quick dopamine hits and pleasure rushes that, before we know it, we become addicted. Just a single scroll could lead to hours on the platform, affecting our day-to-day lives. Before we fall deep into this rabbit hole of digital pleasure rushes and forget living altogether, let us start taking a step back today…
 
ECG characteristics of supraventricular tachycardia (SVT) vs. sinus tachycardia. Signs & symptoms that indicate a patient is unstable. Delivery of a synchronized shock for the treatment of unstable SVT using a biphasic vs monophasic defibrillator. Consideration for team safety while performing synchronized cardioversion. Management of stable patien…
 
Cleaning up our space has a significant impact in our lives. In today’s episode, Whitney discusses the different therapeutic benefits of decluttering with Tracy McCubbin, CEO of dClutterfly. Tracy and Whitney dive deep into how people work through the clutter as a means to bring positivity to other areas of life. The two also tackle the stories we …
 
When working to resuscitate a patient in sudden cardiac arrest, Epinephrine is the first IV medication we administer. When we give the first dose of epinephrine depends on whether the patient is in shockable or non-shockable rhythm. When to give the first dose of epinephrine and its frequency for patients in asystole or PEA following the right side…
 
For almost 25 years, until his death in November 2018, former president George H. W. Bush's chief of staff was Jean Becker. For event after event through both the best of those times and the worst--from dozens of affirming trips overseas to several parachute jumps in his latter years to many funerals--Becker was there to schedule it, plan it, manag…
 
If a person suddenly develops symptoms such as weakness, slurred or garbled speech, loss of balance, or a massive & severe headache; it’s possible they could be having a stroke. The Cincinnati Prehospital Stroke Scale uses the acronym FAST to assess Facial droop – Arm Drift - Speech – and Time. There are several conditions that can mimic a stroke. …
 
The boys are back in town and they've got some amazing and fun stories to share about their Christmas breaks! While MC was driving north to spend time with his retired Fireman dad (and 3 kids and 3 dogs in 1 car) HM was headed South to warm temps and a respiratory infection mixed with flight delays. In the end they received some fun gifts from fami…
 
Most ACLS medications are given IV push. But, what happens if we can't get an IV? When IV access isn't available, we should consider administering our IV medications via intraosseous (IO)or endotracheal tube (ETT) route. Why IO is better for than ETT as an alternative route. The locations we should place an IO when running a code and a location we …
 
The chain of survival for a cardiac emergency and stroke start the same: 1. preparedness & recognition of an emergency; 2. activation of EMS; 3. delivery of Advanced Life Support; and 4. transporting to the most appropriate facility. Depending on where you live, Emergency Medical Services (EMS) may provide prehospital Advanced Life Support (ALS). A…
 
“My only resolution this year is to create interesting things from the slowest pace possible” ~ Heather Havrilesky. Everyone’s too busy, and everything is just too fast. This year, it is time to pace down and create your own stories of the time, age, and success. Whitney Lauritsen shows the value of slowing down to find connection and joy and why i…
 
Performing good CPR and delivering a shock as soon as possible to a patient in Ventricular Fibrillation or pulseless V-Tach are the two most critical interventions that have been shown to increase survival from sudden cardiac arrest. Studies have demonstrated significantly better out-of-hospital cardiac arrest survival outcomes in communities with …
 
Nature has the ability to heal itself. Camping is one of the best ways to recharge your batteries and reconnect with the environment. Whitney Lauritsen discusses how to carefully explore outdoor spaces, find campsites, and the transformative aspects of outdoor activities with Rolland Tizuela. They also address the drawbacks of recreation by delving…
 
For apneic patients without a carotid pulse or pulseless patients with only gasping/agonal respirations, we will follow the Adult Cardiac Arrest algorithm. For pulseless patients that the AED doesn't advise a shock, the patient's ECG shows asystole, or a non-perfusing organized rhythm (PEA), we will follow the right side of the algorithm. Initial s…
 
We're back once again with another Big Week in Gaming for this Thursday 12 January 2023. And we've got a BIG episode in store... Fom the results of our ambitious gaming resolutions goals, the annual Big Kringle special and our massive Big Year in Awards feature where we crown Bigwig's 2022 Game of the Year. We also reminisice about 110 episodes of …
 
In 2001, the FBI arrested a top U.S. intelligence officer who had spied for Cuba for nearly two decades. The story of Ana Montes, whose colleagues called her “The Queen of Cuba,” has all the hallmarks of an espionage thriller. She was among the most damaging spies of her generation, and yet her story remains lesser known than more notorious Cold Wa…
 
Providing good, high quality, CPR with minimal interruptions and early defibrillation are two keys to improved cardiac arrest outcomes. A training tool used in many CPR and ACLS classes is to use a song (or a song list) with a tempo of 100 to 120 beats per minute to help the person doing chest compressions maintain an adequate rate. Characteristics…
 
Take Home Points Lithium toxicity comes in a three flavors: acute, chronic and acute on chronic. Each form will have a different presentation as well as management. Lithium levels are often unreliable in terms of guiding management and must be taken in context with symptoms and time of ingestion (in acute overdose). IV fluids are a cornerstone of m…
 
A patient’s medical history will help us identify things that may be causing (or contributing) to their current condition as well as guide our decisions so we provide the safest evidence-based care possible. Examples of information obtained in a medical history that will impact the treatment we provide. E.g. Not giving nitro to patients taking PDE …
 
Although magnesium can be used in the treatment of other medical conditions such as eclampsia, asthma, & digitalis toxicity; for ACLS, magnesium is primarily used to treat Torsades de Pointes. Identification of Torsades on the ECG. Administration of a magnesium infusion for stable patients vs slow IV push for patients in cardiac arrest. Procainamid…
 
Social media has undoubtedly contributed to a culture of constantly needing to prove oneself, making it so easy for us to lose ourselves in the process of seeking that external validation. Do you struggle to focus? Has your attention been stolen for profit? Are you feeling conflicted about social media and its impact on mental health? Don’t miss ou…
 
When a patient loses excessive amounts of fluids, we say that they are in a state of hypovolemia. The most obvious cause of hypovolemia is from bleeding. Bleeding can be internal or external and caused by trauma, pathology, or iatrogenic. Classic signs & symptoms of hypovolemic shock. Volume replacement with crystalloids vs blood. Connect with me: …
 
In the fall of 2022 the Connors Forum invited our newsletter subscribers to a free live taping of this show where we talked to conservative heavyweight Bill Kristol about a variety of topics, including the meaning of conservatism today, the state of the Republican Party and its future, the health of American democracy, and more. Because it was a li…
 
Do you have the desire to be more comfortable with yourself? Are you willing to start deliberately living your authentic life? In this episode, join go behind the scenes of Katie Krimitsos’ journey as a podcaster and find out what gives her a leg up in the industry. Katie is the Creator of the Women's Meditation Network. Katie chats with Whitney La…
 
MONA is the acronym sometimes used to help us remember the interventions to consider for patients with Acute Coronary Syndrome. Morphine's use in the Acute Coronary Syndrome (ACS) algorithm. Why Morphine is helpful for patients with ACS. Contraindications and considerations for the safe administration of Morphine. Morphine as an alternative to nitr…
 
Abigail Spanberger, who represents Virginia's 7th congressional district in the House of Representatives, is one of the few members of Congress to have served as an operations officer at the Central Intelligence Agency. She also worked in law enforcement as an officer of the U.S. Postal Inspection Service. Not typical experiences for a thrice-elect…
 
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