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Biologic Therapy in Rheumatoid Arthritis: Pioneers in Research, is a monthly series of podcasts featuring interviews with today's giants in rheumatology sponsored by Schering-Plough Corporation. In this series brought to you by Rheumatology News International, you will hear some of the greatest scientists in rheumatology describe the exploration of what was then uncharted medical territory. Their words will bring alive the journey of discovery that placed them in the annals of history's grea ...
 
Connect to insights and perspectives from those leading change across the globe. When we launched the Research 2030 series early in 2020, our goal was to share voices and perspectives from an ever-changing global research community. Little did we know how quickly change would come with the emergence of the Covid-19 pandemic or the new challenges research and academic communities would be asked to tackle, from global collaboration to fight a virus to individual battles of living under lockdow ...
 
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Caspar and Sicco talk academic careers and what motivates you to stay in academics with Alexandra Vennekens from the Rathenau Institute. Is #LeavingAcademia really happening and what do academics actually value in their own work? And does the university think about that the same way?Some background reading: - https://www.nature.com/articles/d41586-…
 
In this second episode in our ‘Student Voices’ series, the finalists of Elsevier’s ClinicalKey Student Global Challenge will be continuing to share their top study resources and addressing common misconceptions surrounding medical school. Joining the panel today are Michaela-Zoi Psarommati from the Democritus University of Thrace, Octavi Casals Far…
 
In this first episode in our ‘Student Voices’ series, the finalists of Elsevier’s ClinicalKey Student Global Challenge will be sharing their top tips for establishing a healthy work-life balance and managing mental health at medical school. Joining the panel for this discussion are Michaela-Zoi Psarommati from the Democritus University of Thrace, O…
 
In this episode, Heather Henry, RN MBA Queen’s Nurse, nurse entrepreneur, founder of Brightness Management Limited, BreathChamps CIC, Honorary senior lecturer, University of Salford, and Author is in conversation with newly registered nurse, and editor of the video series, Virtual Mentor: Leadership, which accompanies Heather’s book, Be a Leader in…
 
In this second instalment of their podcast, nurse entrepreneur, lecturer, and author, Heather Henry is joined again by newly registered nurse, Natalie Elliott, to share their advice on how to build confidence and develop leadership skills in a clinical setting. Heather and Natalie address student anxiety concerning networking, mental health, and un…
 
In this episode, we talk to the creators of Studio HILO that offers open source technologies for local yarn production, along with remote workshops and vocational training to facilitate user-driven experimentation. Our three guests are Sara Diaz Rodriguez (co-founder of Studio HILO, textile design and technologies consultant), Natalija Krasnoperova…
 
ShownotesFirst, thanks to the great Bianca Kramer we now have a transcript! You can find it here: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1zhpOk-yw8G-xLRCXDNad1zwUaxAe2Wgev77bwPUl5Y8/edit#heading=h.xvuiepf8k4ajFrom the newsynews:- HELIOS (Higher Education Leadership initiative on Open Scholarship): https://www.heliosopen.org/news/22/3/22- Discussion ser…
 
In this fourth episode of HardwareX Season 2 podcasts, our guest is Chet Udell who is an Assistant Professor of Biological and Ecological Engineering at Oregon State University (USA). Dr. Udell is the Director of the Openly Published Environmental Sensing (OPEnS) lab at his university. His lab is an NSF and USDA funded Makerspace led by a staff of …
 
Sicco and Sanli talk to the new chair of the Utrecht University open science platform about her vision on promoting good scientific practices, collegiality, and the implementation of the university policy on recognition and rewards based on the TRIPLE criteria.mentioned in this episode:- Polution map of Utrecht measured by UU professors on their ou…
 
For this compilation episode, we’ve delved into our archives to explore how the role of universities in their communities is evolving and the many factors driving that change. Find our full show notes here. You will hear clips from the following Research 2030 episodes (listed in order of appearance): Societal Impact, SDG Research & Universities fea…
 
In this podcast, Steven Le and Christie Welton discuss the five top barriers that lead to medication non-adherence, and pharmacy-related strategies for improving medication adherence. Host: Steven Le, a pharmacist and Senior Principle of Clinical Informatics with Elsevier Guest: Christie Welton, a pharmacist and Clinical Executive with Elsevier Lea…
 
In this third episode of HardwareX Season 2 podcasts, our guest is Katrina Laganovska from the Institute of Solid State Physics, University of Latvia, Riga LV-1063, Latvia . She is the first author of an HardwareX article titled “Portable low-cost open-source wireless spectrophotometer for fast and reliable measurements” along with co-authors Aleks…
 
In this second episode of HardwareX Season 2 podcasts, our guest is Diego Lagos-Susaeta who is affiliated with the Centre for Biotechnology and Bioengineering (CeBiB), Department of Chemical Engineering, Biotechnology and Materials, University of Chile, Santiago, Chile. Our guest is the first author of an HardwareX article titled “openPFGE: An open…
 
In this podcast, Steven Le and Ken Stewart discuss trends impacting the growth of pharmacy and provide a glimpse into the future of pharmacy. Host: Steven Le, a pharmacist and Senior Principle of Clinical Informatics with Elsevier Guest: Ken Stewart, also a pharmacist and Clinical Executive with Elsevier Learn more on Elsevier's Website Follow on T…
 
This episode we talk 'Team Science' and how to really 'Open Up' your science with Ruth van Veelen and Judith de Haan. Together with colleagues they worked on the Utrecht University Open Science Monitor of 2020. In this episode we mentioned: > Sicco's thread on Royal Academy (KNAW) report on recognition and rewards https://twitter.com/SiccodeKnecht/…
 
In this first episode of HardwareX Season 2 podcasts, our new host is Dr. Sanli Faez who is the Assistant Professor (tenured) of Physics at Utrecht University. Our guests are Dr. Joshua Pearce and Dr. Todd Duncombe who are the Editors-in-Chief of HardwareX and have edited the Special Issue: COVID-19 Medical Hardware. We also invite Dr. Santosh Pand…
 
“Who are these Open Science people, anyway?” In this special installment Felix and Sicco interview Susanna Bloem and Martijn van der Meer on their project called ‘Faces of Open Science’. These two young researchers in the field of the history and philosophy of science went out to find oral histories – as it happens – for which they spoke to a myria…
 
In this episode, Dr. Neha Vapiwala discusses pain management in relation to the treatment of cancer. Dr. Vapiwala covers: - How to develop a personalized therapeutic regimen for each patient - The two different types of pain, and how each can be managed - How the COVID-19 pandemic has changed the patient’s experience in pain management - How concer…
 
We talk to Jose Urra Llanusa and Santosh Ilamparuthi, founders of the open hardware community at Delft Technical University, on promises and pitfalls of open hardware, and how to scale up good quality devices.Show notes:+ [Guide to preprints](https://zenodo.org/record/5600535)+ [Book launch "Open Science, the Very Idea"](https://www.uu.nl/nieuws/on…
 
In this episode, Director of AESIS Anika S. Duut van Goor and senior institutional capacity builder Toñi Caro, discuss the nuts and bolts of societal impact. They consider: What it will take to build a true societal impact culture Who can play a key role The importance of patience and perseverance The power of ambassadors of change "[For societal i…
 
How is the role of a general nurse practitioner changing? Poppy Garraway talks to Karen Storey and Rhian Last about their newly published book, A Nurse's Survival Guide to General Practice Nursing, general nursing practice as a career and how and why all royalties will go to the Cavell Trust. A Nurse's Survival Guide to General Practice Nursing, by…
 
Fascinating insight from the authors Chris Carter and Joy Notter on how they developed Covid-19: A Critical Care Textbook to meet the needs of nurses working on and redeployed to critical care wards. They discuss their capacity building work in Zambia both before and during the pandemic and the impact of the pandemic on nursing practice and systems…
 
We talk to Michael Bon, founder of the Collective Science Platform (CoScience) on his take on the big sin of academia and how reviving the scientific debate in the digital age make science great again.Show notes:+ Climate Helpdesk: https://www.klimaathelpdesk.org/+ National measures to combat threats against scientists: https://www.vsnu.nl/en_GB/ne…
 
In this episode, Elsevier’s Holly J. Falk-Krzesinski, PhD, and Lesley Thompson, PhD, talk all things research strategy. During a wide-ranging discussion, they look at what’s changing for universities and the myriad factors driving those changes, including: Shifts in funding The growth of open science An increased focus on societal impact, including…
 
In this episode of HardwareX podcasts, we talk to Dr. Matheus Carvalho who is a Senior Research Associate at the Southern Cross University in New South Wales, Australia. He is affiliated with the Centre for Coastal Biogeochemistry Research, Environmental Analysis Laboratory, and Southern Cross Analytical Research Services. His research interests ha…
 
In this episode of HardwareX podcasts, we talk to Andrew Hill and Peter Prince from Open Acoustic Devices, which is a UK-based company that designs, supports and deploys open-source acoustic hardware and software for our user community, as well as our own environmental and wildlife monitoring projects. In October 2019, their team published a paper …
 
In this episode of HardwareX podcasts, we talk to Pete Marchetto who is a Research Engineer and Instrumentation Scientist with Conservify, and Principal at Sensing, LLC. His research interests lie in environmental sensing, and creating tools for those in the life sciences who need them. Some of his projects have included applying automated imaging …
 
In this episode of HardwareX podcasts, we talk to Dr. Joong Ho Shin and Won Han. Dr. Shin is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Biomedical Engineering, Pukyong National University, South Korea. Dr. Shin is an expert in microfluidics, lab-on-a-chip, biosensors, diagnostic devices, biotechnology and molecular biology. His work has been publi…
 
In this episode of HardwareX podcasts, our guests are Dr. Marcel Bentancor and Dr. Horacio Failache from Montevideo, Uruguay. Their research interests are in Optics and Experimental Physics. In February 2021, their team published a paper in HardwareX titled “LUCIA: An open source device for disinfection of N95 masks using UV-C radiation”. The paper…
 
In this episode of HardwareX podcasts, we talk to Sarah Jenkins who is the Publishing Director at Elsevier. She is currently located at Oxford, UK. Sarah has served Elsevier in various capacities over the past 19 and a half years, and has led many successful projects at Elsevier. It is an absolute pleasure to chat with Sarah on her initiatives and …
 
In this episode of HardwareX podcasts, we talk to Todd Duncombe who is the co-Editor-in-Chief of HardwareX. Todd is a Postdoctoral researcher at the renowned ETH Zurich, Department of BioSystems Science and Engineering in Basel, Switzerland. He has published several impactful papers and inventions on Droplet Microfluidic, Analytical Chemistry, Mass…
 
In this episode of HardwareX podcast, we talk to Professor Joshua Pearce who is the co-Editor-in-Chief of HardwareX. Dr. Pearce is the Thompson Chair in Information Technology and Innovation, cross-appointed in the Richard Ivey School of Business and Western University’s Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering. Dr. Pearce is a renowned ex…
 
Trygve Anderson, VP of Commercial Pharmacy, Elsevier and Dale Whitby, Editor in Chief for Drug Information, Elsevier, discuss how pharmacists are increasing their role at every step in the retail and virtual patient journey. Dale is a passionate pharmacist in her own right and on this podcast, she breaks down four areas of discussion: Symptom Resea…
 
We delved into the archives for this compilation episode. With society facing challenges on an unprecedented scale, debates are rife around the question, “How should universities and their researchers prioritize research outcomes with societal impact.” In our two Bye Bye Blue Sky episodes and our interview on Societal Impact, SDG Research & Univers…
 
The recognition and reward discussion surged during the summer. Charisma Hehakaya (PhD candidate at the UMC) had co-authored a opinion piece about including early career academics, because the decisions affect them the most. She talks with us about the background of this discussion and why she is active in the Young Science In Transition.Show notes…
 
Trygve Anderson, VP of Commercial Pharmacy, Elsevier, Erika Bates, Senior Principal, Informatics, and part of Elsevier’s Drug Information team and Todd Grover, Co-Founder of Glass Box Analytics & President of PharmacyFocus discuss drug pricing analytics. Bates shares some valuable drug pricing insight derived from Elsevier’s Drug Database and Grove…
 
In this episode, Carlos Henrique de Brito Cruz, Elsevier’s Senior Vice President of Research Networks, talks collaborations. As a former researcher, university leader, funder, and now an enabler of collaborations, Carlos has a unique perspective on these partnerships. During the course of this interview, he discusses the range of partnership models…
 
Trygve Anderson, VP of Commercial Pharmacy, Elsevier and Brad Wilson of Wilson Strategic Consulting discuss star ratings and the value of trusted knowledge. Mr. Wilson is the founder of Wilson Strategic Consulting, and Executive in Residence at Wake Forest University and CEO and CEO Emeritus of Blue Cross Blue Shield of North Carolina. Change is co…
 
Can science be truly open if it doesn't allow for all perspectives? In this episode we talk diversity and inclusion with associate professor at the UMC Utrecht Gönül Dilaver. Also, we touch base on the newsynews and talk education with Gönül. Shownotes: - Interview Paul Boselie on not using the Journal Impact Factor: https://www.nature.com/articles…
 
Collaboration between industry and academia – it’s a topic that divides many scientists. For every researcher eager to embark on a new partnership with a corporate, there’s another hesitant to commit. But with public funding tight, and the issues that face society growing in complexity and urgency, the importance of these collaborations is increasi…
 
Poppy Garraway chats to Caroline Belchamber, editor of the just published new edition of Payne's Handbook of Relaxation Techniques: A Practical Guide for the Health Care Professional, about the case for the integration of relaxation techniques into your health care practice, application for Long Covid patients, the book and more. There's even a lov…
 
Part Two of Ethics of the Coronavirus Pandemic: Poppy Garraway continues her conversation with Owen Doody and Simon Robinson, authors of Nursing & Healthcare Ethics, 6th Edition, about ethics in a pandemic situation based on experiences during the Covid-19 pandemic. This time they discuss care homes, health care rationing and transparency in decisi…
 
Part One of Ethics of the Coronavirus Pandemic: Poppy Garraway talks to Owen Doody and Simon Robinson, authors of Nursing & Healthcare Ethics, 6th Edition, about ethics in a pandemic situation based on experiences during the Covid-19 pandemic. Topics include mask wearing and vaccinations.
 
In this episode, Drs. Paul Offit and Margaret Trexler Hessen discuss what's been learned since the COVID-19 vaccine trials and the wider rollout of the vaccines. Dr. Offit is the Maurice R. Hilleman Chair of Vaccinology and Professor of Pediatrics at the Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania. He is also the Director of the V…
 
In this second half of a two-part conversation, Dr. MJ Erickson-Hogue speaks with Lizzie Pickering about what clinicians and healthcare workers can do to care for themselves and colleagues during times of grief. Lizzie is a grief investigator. She's spent the last 20 years since her son Harry died, investigating her grief and learning how to naviga…
 
“Increased collaborations can save considerable time and money, and most often, breakthrough research comes through collaborative research rather than by adhering to tried and true methods” (Bensal, et al., 2019) In this episode, we explore collaboration with between the Global South and the Global North with our hosts, Ylann Schemm and Ian Evans f…
 
This episode is part one of a two-part discussion about grief. Divorce, career change, loss of a child or parent, or loss of a colleague are all experiences that can lead to grief. People experience grief differently, and it can be particularly challenging for people working in healthcare. Lizzie Pickering is a grief investigator. Lizzie's work is …
 
"Code often isn't your project, the research question is your project." Research software is a major component of modern science, but not everyone is a specialist in this regard. Barbara Vreede and Lieke de Boer from the Netherlands eScience center talk about the increasing importance of version control and the role of the research software enginee…
 
In this episode, host Claudio Colaiacomo welcomes renowned neuroscientist, psychiatrist, book author and mindfulness expert, Dr. Judson Brewer to the show. Together they discuss the crucial role mental wellbeing programs and support play in cultivating a positive research culture. See full show notes and guest biographies Featured Guest Dr. Judson …
 
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