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Elsevier's Emergency Medicine Clinics podcast features in-depth discussions and commentary on the articles in each issue by the guest editors themselves. Each issue of Emergency Medicine Clinics features clinical review articles focused on a central topic. Articles can be accessed within the following platforms: emed.theclinics.com, sciencedirect.com, and clinicalkey.com. For subscription info visit: info.theclinics.com.
 
Elsevier's Clinics Review Articles podcast features in-depth discussions and commentary on the articles in each issue by the guest editors themselves. Each Clinics Review Articles Podcast highlights a recent issue from one of our nearly 60 Clinics titles covering all medical specialties. Articles can be accessed on the following platforms: theclinics.com, sciencedirect.com, and ClinicalKey.com. For subscription info visit: info.theclinics.com
 
The Journal podcasts take you on a tour of hot topics in the world of food and nutrition. Each podcast provides insightful interviews and commentary from authors and nutrition experts on featuredJournal articles and topics that are at the forefront of dietetics research and practice, public nutrition policy, and consumer advice.Views and opinions expressed in these podcasts are those of the participants and do not necessarily reflect the views, opinions, or policies of the Academy of Nutriti ...
 
The European Skeptics Podcast is a project in support of the skeptic movement across Europe. By providing a forum for all national and international organisations and initiatives, our goal is to become a real meeting place for skeptics and science enthusiasts.
 
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FreshEd with Will Brehm is a weekly podcast that makes complex ideas in educational research easily understood.Airs Monday.Visit us at www.FreshEdpodcast.comTwitter: @FreshEdPodcastAll FreshEd Podcasts are licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License.
 
Building a bridge for skeptics across Europe
 
The Medical Republic is a group of like-minded doctors, journos and ‘old world’ publishers who would like to jazz up communication more for doctors as we move into a mobile social universe. Things are changing for healthcare professionals, change is hard, and we’d like to help. Sometimes that help is by poking and prodding in places people would prefer we wouldn’t. Ultimately, we’d love to make things better for community health by supporting ‘connected’ primary caregivers and empowering pat ...
 
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Last week, Linda Darling-Hammond was named the head of California’s State Board of Education, the governing and policy-making body of the California Department of Education. With over six million students and nearly 300,000 teachers in California, this is a powerful position. Last year, Linda Darling-Hammond joined me to talk about her co-autho ...…
 
Become a Patron! We bring you news and stories from the world of skepticism again this week, including: Rosalind Franklin’s namesake rover to go to Mars to look for traces of life, Philippe de Cherisey and the Priory of Sion hoax, a lying pope, a German court rejecting a claim for CAM to be offered […] The post TheESP – Ep. #158 – Rosalind Fran ...…
 
We bring you news and stories from the world of skepticism again this week, including:Rosalind Franklin's namesake rover to go to Mars to look for traces of life, Philippe de Cherisey and the Priory of Sion hoax, a lying pope, a German court rejecting a claim for CAM to be offered as part of a benefit system, Goop to come to Netflix, causing ou ...…
 
Is diet coke any better than regular coke? The Medical Republic dives head first into the truths and lies of 'sugar free' diets.
 
How did vouchers and charter schools become key elements in the education reform agenda in the United States?My guest today, Professor of Education Policy at the University of Illinois, Chris Lubienski, speaks about the rise of policy orchestration among a network of private and non-profit actors and what this means for democratic decision maki ...…
 
Become a Patron! The band is back together for a new week of skeptical reports. On this week: Oliver Lodge did not manage to prove psychics right, Pope Francis still believes in in celibacy (although his priests do not seem to), Natalie Grams is awarded Die Goldenen Blogger Prize, PSIRAM starts a skeptical blog series, Merseyside […] The post T ...…
 
This is a story about how one Kazakhstani internet pirate is single-handedly plundering the scientific publishing giants. Alexandra Elbakyan's website Sci-Hub is providing free access to 64 million research papers. (There’s one catch – it's completely illegal.) Alexandra isn't your run-of-the-mill internet hacktivist. She's into communism, she ...…
 
The band is back together for a new week of skeptical reports.On this week: Oliver Lodge did not manage to prove psychics right, Pope Francis still believes in celibacy (although his priests do not seem to), Natalie Grams is awarded Die Goldenen Blogger Prize, PSIRAM starts a skeptical blog series, Merseyside Skeptics celebrates 10 years in Jul ...…
 
A group of Yale graduate students are protesting their labor conditions as teachers. They are demanding the administration recognize them as a union and negotiate their contract as full employees of the university. After all, graduate students teach many undergraduate classes.But the administration is stalling, waiting for Donald Trump to appoi ...…
 
A mad king AND a murder mystery? Welcome to The Medical Republic podcast.
 
Become a Patron! This week we bring you lots news and topics from across Europe including Annika Merkelbach’s interview on Skeptical Inquirer’s website with Natalie Grams, whose book has just been published in English, Edzard Ernst‘s birthday, a praying application issued by the Vatican called “Click to Pray“, the House of Commons Science and T ...…
 
This week we bring you lots news and topics from across Europe including Annika Merkelbach's interview on Skeptical Inquirer's website with Natalie Grams, whose book has just been published in English, Edzard Ersnt' birthday, a praying application issued by the Vatican called "Click to Pray", the House of Commons Science and Technology Committe ...…
 
Many countries around the world participate in the Programme for International Student Assessment, the cross-national test administered by the OECD. Today we look at the economic costs for a country to participate in PISA. My guests are Laura Engel and David Rutkowski. They followed the money through publicly available budget documents in the U ...…
 
Become a Patron! This week we’re back to bring you news and info about a wide range of topics including Francis Bacon and his importance in the development of #science, how the ‘good pope’ John Paul II was a misogynist, why we admire the works of Sense about Science so much and how they came […] The post TheESP – Ep. #155 – Bacon, probiotics, t ...…
 
Become a Patron! On this Episode: This time with a very interesting interview with Turi Munthe (@turi), founder of Parli.co. Parli is a new web resource aiming to (yes it’s ambitious!) document all opinions in the world. Give it a listen! It’s not as crazy as it may sound and it has potential to become […] The post TheESP – Ep. #154 – Parli.co ...…
 
Become a Patron! Two weeks into the new year, our first episode of 2019 is finally hear and we can only hope it was worth the wait. With the whole team together again, we are bringing you topics related to the New Year, including resolutions and hangovers, plus some science history and how James Ussher […] The post TheESP – Ep. #153 – New year ...…
 
This week we're back to bring you news and info about a wide range of topics including Francis Bacon and his importance in the development of science, how the 'good pope' John Paul II was a misogynist, why we admire the works of Sense about Science so much and how they came up with yet another campaign that deserves much attention ('Evidence Hu ...…
 
Authors: Stephen J. Onufrak, PhD, Hatidza Zaganjor, MPH, Liping Pan, MD, MPH, Seung Hee Lee-Kwan, PhD, Sohyun Park, PhD, and Diane M. Harris, PhD, MPHPodcast: What proportion of US adults obtain food at work, what foods do they obtain, and what is the dietary quality of these foods? Listen to results from a new study led by Stephen J. Onufrak, ...…
 
What’s the connection between education and development? My guest today, Dan Wagner, argues that it’s past time to move beyond conceptualizing development as economic growth.For Dan, the framework we should use is learning as development. He calls on social scientists to work towards a Learning Gini Index that not only takes learning seriously ...…
 
We interview Turi Munthe, the creator of a new web site aiming to "map the World's opinions".In 2008, Turi launched Demotix - born as a global free-speech platform, it became the largest network of photojournalists in the world and exited to Bill Gates’ Corbis. He now runs a Venture Capital with a focus on media and media tech, and sits on the ...…
 
What’s the connection between education and climate change? My guest today, Arjen Wals, takes a critical take on sustainability yet offers a hopeful outlook.In our conversation, Arjen details a few examples of school-level practices that could be seen as working towards a sustainable future while also critiques educational competition and the h ...…
 
On the first episode of the year 2019, with the team together again, we are bringing you topics related to the New Year, including resolutions and hangovers, plus some science history and how James Ussher determined the age of the world (incorrectly), how Pope Francis tries to talk about families when the church is in turmoil over sex abuse sca ...…
 
Today we look at the role of education in achieving the Sustainable Development Goals. My guest is Parfait Eloundou, professor and department chair of development sociology at Cornell University and member of the independent group of scientists writing the Global Sustainable Development report. I spoke with Parfait during a break at the UNESCO ...…
 
Become a Patron! A bit of a different episode this week, released on the last day of the year to remind our listeners (and ourselves) of the most important things that happened in 2018. Lots of interesting stuff and also what to look forward to in 2019. We wish you all a really Happy New […] The post TheESP – Ep. #152 – Year End 2018 appeared f ...…
 
A bit of a different episode this week, released on the last day of the year to remind the listeners (and ourselves) of the most important things that happened in 2018. Lots of interesting stuff and also what to look forward to in 2019.We wish you all a really Happy New Year, and we’ll be seeing you!Segments:Intro; Greetings; Checking in with A ...…
 
Become a Patron! Segments:Intro; Greetings; This Week in Skepticism; Pontus Pokes the Pope; News; Skeptical Christmas Songs; Farewell and Quote; Outro; Out-takes Show Notes:00:00:00 Intro 00:00:28 Greetings 00:06:36 This Week in Skepticism Sir Isaac Newton (25 December 1642), brilliant figure of science and a keen alchemist. 00:12:29 Pontus Pok ...…
 
This is the final episode of 2018. It’s been an incredible year for FreshEd. We’ve aired 41 new episodes and had nearly 130,000 downloads over the past 12 months. We’ve also received financial support from the Open Society Foundations, which is allowing us to transcribe episodes and translate a few into Chinese and Arabic. I’d like to say thank ...…
 
Pontus and Andras host this slightly Christmas-themed episode with the birthday of Sir Isaac Newton and the New Style Calendar, Pope Francis promising no more sexual abuse cases covered up by the catholic church, CICAP launching a new chapter in Pordenone, although reality somewhat better than previous estimates, measles still being on the rise ...…
 
Sustainable Development Goal 4 is all about education. Under the goal, there are seven targets, ranging from providing equitable access to education worldwide to making sure students have relevant skills for the future. The most revolutionary yet incredibly complex indicator is 4.7. My guest today, Aaron Benavot, takes us through the history of ...…
 
Become a Patron! Segments:Intro; Greetings; This Week in Skepticism; Pontus Pokes the Pope; News; Really Right; Farewell and Quote; Outro; Out-takes Show Notes:00:00:27 Intro 00:00:55 Greetings Event page for ESC 2019 Announcement of CICAP Fest 2019 00:06:16 This Week in Skepticism 1972 – Apollo program: Eugene Cernan and Harrison Schmitt begin ...…
 
This time Claire Klingenberg sits in for Jelena again, who's out travelling. We bring you updates on the European Skeptics Congress 2019 in Ghent plus the good news that CICAP Fest will be held again in Padova in 2019.We then talk about the Apollo program, Cardinal Pell finally getting in the hands of the judicial system, while Pope Francis is ...…
 
Today we take stock of the Sustainable Development Goals, which were adopted by the United Nations three years ago. With me is Silvia Montoya who is the director of the UNESCO Institute of Statistics. UIS is charged with monitoring some of the SDGs.In our conversation, which we had on the sidelines of the Global Education Meeting in Brussels, w ...…
 
Become a Patron! On this Episode: This week Pontus and Jelena talks to German Science Communicator and Skeptic Julia Offe. Julia Offe has a PhD in molecular biology and is active within GWUP, the German Skeptics. We talk about the recently announced “Das Goldenes Bretts”-awards and other GWUP activities, as well as the Science Slam […] The post ...…
 
This week Pontus and Jelena talks to German Science Communicator and Skeptic Julia Offe. Julia Offe has a PhD in molecular biology and is active within GWUP, the German Skeptics. We talk about the recently announced "Das Goldenes Bretts"-awards and other GWUP activities, as well as the Science Slam events that Julia is promoting in many differe ...…
 
How can we define comparative education? That question has long vexed scholars in the field. My guest today is Angela Little, who has spent her entire career in comparative education and has wrestled with this very question. Angela argues that it is best to define the field through shared action rather than agreed-upon definitions and talks abo ...…
 
This week we first hear about John Tyndall who understood climate change over a 100 years ago and talk about how Francis get things wrong while in Poland.We then have a short catch up with Spanish skeptical activist Antonia de Oñate, before we dig into the regular news. In here we lean about homeopathy getting a beating in both Hungary and Aust ...…
 
Is there a worldwide learning crisis today? My guest, Keith Lewin, argues that the real issue in much of international education development has to do with financing. In our conversation, we discuss aid to education and the ways in which the Sustainable Development Goals don't take the idea of sustainability seriously. Keith Lewin is an Emeritu ...…
 
This week our three hosts discuss a great number of things including how a delusional German physician got away with killing people, and how Pope Francis thinks right to tackle poverty.Loads of good news this week:The John Maddox Prize goes to Britt Hermes and Terry Hughes this year, ARP-SAPC reaches 20 years of activity, the Spanish government ...…
 
Today we look at the power of Participatory Action Research in public science. My guest is Michelle Fine. In the 1990s, she worked on a study called Changing Minds, which looked at the impact of college in a maximum-security prison. The research team comprised of women in and outside of prison. For Michelle, participatory action research plays ...…
 
On this week's episode Jelena and Andras interviews British biochemist, nutritionist, blogger, author and public speaker Pixie Turner, to talk about the science-based approach to healthy eating, dietary and lifestyle choices and how she turned from a person suffering from orthorexia to a public figure educating people into following the science ...…
 
Today we bring you a special episode of FreshEd. With me is Manos Antoninis, the Director of the Global Education Monitoring Report, which was just released. Each year, UNESCO publishes an editorially-independent Global Education Monitoring report to monitor the progress towards the education targets in the Sustainable Development Goals. This y ...…
 
Today I continue my two-part conversation with Justin Driver, the author of the new book, The Schoolhouse Gate: Public Education, the Supreme Court, and the Battle for the American Mind.In today’s episode Justin recounts his biography from growing up in Washington DC to clerking for two Supreme Court justices. Justin takes us through some of th ...…
 
Do constitutional rights stop at the schoolhouse gate? Are American students, in other words, granted the freedom and protections outlined in the US constitution? This question doesn’t have an easy answer.My guest for the next two episodes is Justin Driver. In his new book, The Schoolhouse Gate: Public Education, the Supreme Court, and the Batt ...…
 
Andras and Pontus join ranks to talk about Massimo Polidoro, Elsevier vs. open access and a film that drives Polish disapproval of the Catholic Church. Plus why people don't trust science and other news and tidbits from across Europe and the world.By info@theesp.eu (TheESP.eu).
 
Nine public service employees are suing Navient, the student debt service provider, for providing misleading and inaccurate information. They allege that Navient engaged in predatory lending, more interested in turning a profit than finding them the best repayment plan.My guest today is Randi Weingarten, president of the American Federation of ...…
 
Join us to hear about Pope Francis' failing October synod, Galileo and how homeopathy is getting a really hard beating in Spain. In other news the Good Thinking Society fights Goop, EU tries (but fail) to get statistics about the anti-vaxx movement and how science is hard: Contrary to what you have heard humans have not wiped out 60% of all ver ...…
 
Today we explore the feminist movement in China. My guest is Leta Hong Fincher, an award-winning journalist and scholar.Leta argues that the jailing of the Feminist Five in 2015 was a turning point for the movement.Leta Hong Fincher recently published the book, Betraying Big Brother: The Feminist Awakening in China, published by Verso (2018).ww ...…
 
This episode is the first of its kind as it is the live recording from QED 2018 that happened in Manchester in the middle of October. In the unfortunate abscence of Jelena, Pontus and András are joined by Claire Klingenberg, Brian Eggo and Jay Novella to discuss local confectionery, booze and topics like the Shroud of Turin, Leukemia and how a ...…
 
Today marks the 3rd anniversary of FreshEd. To celebrate, we are going to air our first ever FreshEd Live event where Saskia Sassen joined me for a conversation about her life and work. Saskia Sassen is a professor at Columbia University. In 1991, she published the now classic book called The Global City where she chronicled how New York, Londo ...…
 
On this week's episode Jelena interviews Aron Ra - atheist activist, former president of Atheist Alliance of America, host of Ra-Men podcast. He is a current regional director of the American Atheists and founder of the phylogeny explorer project.By info@theesp.eu (TheESP.eu).
 
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