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Title: The Pathology behind the Vaping Crisis By: Sanjay Mukhopadhyay, MD Director of Pulmonary Pathology at Cleveland ClinicBy Oxford University Press.
 
Dr Marwan Bukhari talks to Dr Harsha Gunawardena (Bristol, UK) about his clinical vignette, which reports a case of gastrointestinal manifestation of anti-SAE dermatomyositis. Dr Gunawardena discusses the presentation of the patient, the challenges associated with this type of diagnosis, and the treatment plan that was formulated. Dr Gunawarden ...…
 
Editor Craig Gundersen discusses two recently published articles with authors John Gibson and Ian McDonough: “Are You Estimating the Right Thing? An Editor Reflects” and “Criminal Incarceration, Statutory Bans on Food Assistance..."By Oxford University Press.
 
Editor Craig Gundersen discusses two articles recently published in AEPP with authors Peter Slade and Amanda Norris on the domestic market for cheese and country-of-origin labeling in the Canadian dairy market.By Oxford University Press.
 
This podcast features an interview with Dr Jennifer Napier at the Occupational Health 2019 conference in Bristol, discussing her recent paper ‘Job strain and retirement decisions in UK general practice’ which is published in Occupational Medicine.By Oxford University Press.
 
Dr James Galloway talks to Dr Abhishek Abhishek (University of Nottingham, UK) about his recent paper, which showed that the Gout Activity Score has predictive validity and is sensitive to change. This study used data from the Nottingham Gout Treatment Trial, which is discussed in more detail. They also identify the primary questions facing gou ...…
 
Dr James Galloway talks to Dr Carly Janssen (University of Twente, The Netherlands) about her recent papers, the first of which suggests that anakinra is non-inferior to standard of care for acute gout flares. They also discuss the importance of using robust outcome measures in clinical trials; Dr Janssen describes the Gout Attack Intensity Sco ...…
 
Dr James Galloway interviews Prof. Kimme Hyrich (University of Manchester, UK) about her work on Rheumatology’s real-world data supplement. They define real-world data and consider the future of big data collection. They also discuss the process of putting together a supplement, as well as Prof. Hyrich’s work on the BSRBR-RA Register. The real- ...…
 
Paul Sax, MD – OFID Editor in Chief – and Raphael Landovitz, MD, are at it again. In the 25th episode of the OFID podcast, the pair engage in a lively debate of the top five research papers in HIV medicine, covering topics throughout the disease’s relatively short history. Dr. Landovitz is Associate Professor of Medicine at the University of Ca ...…
 
The 24th episode of the OFID podcast, hosted by OFID Editor Paul Sax, MD, explores the motivations and histories of two brothers who both followed their father’s footsteps into medicine, but then forayed into infectious diseases and now jointly o...By Oxford University Press.
 
Prof Beinhocker will argue that by changing the ideologies, narratives, and memes that govern our economic system, we can create the political space required to rapidly transform to a sustainable and just economic system. The biosphere and econosphere are deeply interlinked and both are in crisis. Industrial, fossil-fuel based capitalism delive ...…
 
Prof Beinhocker will argue that by changing the ideologies, narratives, and memes that govern our economic system, we can create the political space required to rapidly transform to a sustainable and just economic system. The biosphere and econosphere are deeply interlinked and both are in crisis. Industrial, fossil-fuel based capitalism delive ...…
 
Barbara Finamore discusses whether China will take the lead in saving our planet from environmental catastrophe. Now that Trump has turned the United States into a global climate outcast, will China take the lead in saving our planet from environmental catastrophe? Many signs point to yes. China, the world's largest carbon emitter, is leading a ...…
 
Professor Sir Paul Collier and Professor Colin Mayer CBE will share the latest thinking and research into the future of capitalism and the corporation to understand how business might be changed to make it work better for society. The speakers will bring together their new books, The Future of Capitalism: Facing The New Anxieties and Prosperity ...…
 
Professor Sir Paul Collier and Professor Colin Mayer CBE will share the latest thinking and research into the future of capitalism and the corporation to understand how business might be changed to make it work better for society. The speakers will bring together their new books, The Future of Capitalism: Facing The New Anxieties and Prosperity ...…
 
As part of Oxford Green Week, Prof Alex Rogers and Dr Gwilym Rowlands discuss the importance of protecting the high seas, and how marine protection areas can be enforced. The high seas are under severe pressure from both direct and indirect human impacts. These include over-fishing, destructive fishing practices, pervasive plastic debris, deep- ...…
 
Prof Diane Coyle discusses how digital technologies are changing economics. Digital technologies are changing economics in two ways. The characteristics of an increasingly digital economy raise questions about economic analysis in domains ranging from competition policy to corporate finance, while new data sources and methodologies challenge ec ...…
 
Prof Danny Dorling discusses the idea that that humanity is slowing down in almost everything that we do, and what this means for our future. Date30 May 2019, 5:00pm - 6:00pmLocationLecture Theatre, Oxford Martin School 34 Broad Street (corner of Holywell and Catte Streets), Oxford, OX1 3BDEvent Recording:In Origin of Species, Charles Darwin de ...…
 
Like the wind, knowledge can be difficult to see or grasp, but if well-harnessed, it can help us do extraordinary things. In this talk, Dr Penny Mealy will discuss how novel analytical tools are providing new insights into the use of knowledge in society, and highlight implications for economic development, inequality and the transition to the ...…
 
Is competition in the digital economy desirable? Does it currently exist? Is it possible? Is there anything policy can do? This talk addresses all of these questions and presents the recommendations of the Digital Competition Expert Panel which was chaired by Jason Furman and recently presented its recommendations to the government.…
 
Professor David Battisti, The Tamaki Endowed Chair of Atmospheric Sciences, will be talking about global climate sensitivity controlling regional warming uncertainty and its role in impacting on human health, particularly heat stress. This is a joint event with the Oxford Martin School and the Oxford Climate Research Network (OCRN)…
 
What explains the rise of investor-state arbitration? To the extent that investor-state arbitration had founding fathers, what were their motivations, what constraints did they have, what was their thinking? Using documents from the American, British, German, and Swiss archives, this talk will revisit three moments: the initial vision for a sta ...…
 
Dr Mike Hamm will explore the opportunity for regional food systems in-and-around cities for mutual benefit. Mike will approach a number of issues - including vertical farming, bio-geochemical cycles, water use, new entry farmers, and healthy food provisioning - embedded in the notion of city region food systems with reference to supply/demand ...…
 
Professor Doyne Farmer will discuss the constraints of current economic models and propose complexity economics as a solution. Economics is in crisis. On one hand, behavioural economics is now well-established, but on the other hand, most economics models are still based on rational expectations with constraints, called “frictions”. The standar ...…
 
Editor Craig Gundersen discusses three recently featured articles published in AEPP with authors Chuck Courtemanche, Trey Malone, and Elina Page.By Oxford University Press.
 
Carlos Lopes will deliver an overview of the critical development issues facing the African continent today. Carlos will talk about a blueprint of policies to address issues, and an intense, heartfelt meditation on the meaning of economic development in the age of democratic doubts, identity crises, global fears and threatening issues of sustai ...…
 
Investment treaties are often said to have two principal effects for the states that enter into them. First, it is asserted that investment treaties act to increase levels of foreign investment in host states. Second, it is said that investment treaties have a positive effect on national governance. Out of their desire to avoid liability for br ...…
 
This talk will examine the legal nature of due diligence, namely whether it is a free-standing obligation under customary international law or a standard by which compliance with specific obligations may be assessed. It will be shown that there is a significant number of common elements in the analysis of due diligence as it is performed by int ...…
 
Digital and Co-Editor Dr James Galloway interviews Prof. Dr. med. Wolfgang Schmidt (Immanuel Krankenhaus Berlin, Germany) about his review on the use of ultrasound in diagnosing and managing giant cell arteritis (GCA). They discuss the importance of further clinical investigation when dealing with possible cases of GCA, as well as the benefits ...…
 
Even though UN Security Council resolutions may have major consequences for the disputes and states concerned, some of the resolutions are ambiguous in their meaning. This raises questions about the appropriate means of interpreting Security Council resolutions. In the process of interpreting Security Council resolutions, explanation of votes m ...…
 
Editor Craig Gundersen discusses two recently featured articles published in AEPP with authors Brenna Ellison & Travis Smith: "Opportunities and Challenges in Conducting Economic Research on Food Loss and Waste" & "Demand for Household Food Waste."By Oxford University Press.
 
Oceans are increasingly under pressure; be it for the multiplication and diversification of economic activities performed at sea, for the consequences of climate change, or for the deterioration of their environmental health. Several international bodies and a plethora of international instruments regulate, influence and shape what is happening ...…
 
In this episode, OFID Editor Paul Sax, MD, invites colleague and friend Raphael Landovitz, MD, to debate the top five reasons one might choose infectious diseases as a medical specialty. The pair cover everything from being hit up for a consult at cocktail parties to having the distinct pleasure of removing parasites from terrified patients.…
 
Dr James Galloway talks to Dr Sujith Subesinghe, Kings College London, about his recent paper which looked at biologic prescribing decisions following serious infection in RA patients. Analyses of data from the British Society for Rheumatology Biologics Register showed that patients who continued or switched their TNFi post-index SI had a lower ...…
 
This talk will consider the regulation of corporations for the human rights impacts of their activities. It will include the role of legislation, industry sectors and civil society, as well as courts, in regulation of the actions of corporations that abuse human rights. It will use the framework of developments in the area of responsible busine ...…
 
Dr James Galloway talks to Dr Chris Holroyd, consultant rheumatologist at University Hospital Southampton, UK, about the new and updated BSR biologic DMARD safety guidelines in inflammatory arthritis. This guideline provides updates on screening before commencing a biologic, particularly the requirement for every patient to be screened for tube ...…
 
Following a difficult and protracted process, in 2014 the UNGA adopted Resolution 68/268 which set out to strengthen the UN human rights treaty body system. It mandated a further review in 2020. The proposals which are emerging for that review have the potential to radically change the nature of the UN human rights system - but whether for bett ...…
 
War does not escape the transformations global governance has experienced in the past decades. The research presented identifies a move from a binary War-Peace framework to a global security governance, characterized by techno-managerial normative assemblages aiming at taming risk.Core to the project of international law throughout the 20th cen ...…
 
Dr Vanessa Smith, Ghent University Hospital, Belgium, and Dr Marwan Bukhari discusses Dr Smith's paper which proposed simple capillaroscopic definitions to describe capillary morphology. Currently different definitions are used for single capillaries across studies; these definitions would allow a common language in the literature. The study, c ...…
 
Recorded at the ACR Congress 2018 in Chicago, USA, our incoming Editor-in-Chief Marwan Bukhari, talks to our Associate Editor Xenofon Baraliakos (Consultant and Head of the Rheumazentrum Ruhrgebiet at Ruhr-University Bochum in Germany). Referring to his expertise within spondlyoarthritides, Xenofon tells us what he looks for in a paper. Novelty ...…
 
The presentation will discuss the approaches to writing such reference works (based on the speaker's experience with the Update of the ICRC Commentaries to the 1949 Conventions, and the Max Planck Encyclopedia of International Procedural Law). The presentation will discuss the approaches to writing such reference works (based on the speaker’s e ...…
 
Dr Marwan Bukhari interviews Dr Andrew Filer, University of Birmingham, UK, about his recent paper on the role of ultrasound-defined tenosynovitis and synovitis in the prediction of RA development. The study showed that using ultrasound to scan the flexor tendons in the hands are useful in predicting the development of RA in patients with early ...…
 
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