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When Science Speaks is a web series profiling innovative and interesting people working in science and technical fields - from academia, to industry, to the non-profit world. Mark and his guests explore: how to be a powerhouse advocate for science and your research; how to advance your career in meaningful ways that make you happy; how to push back on the assault on science; and other related issues of interest happening in the world. You can listen and subscribe to the podcast on your favor ...
 
Taralets Talk is a Filipino podcast that chronicles the joys, heartaches, and rewards of being an immigrant. Hosted by three Pinoy expats. Join Bel, Lennette, and Mark in this seasonal podcast packed with culturally rich tidbits and tips for Filipinos curious about what it's like living abroad. Connect with us: Email: hello@taraletstalk.com Facebook: @taraletstalkpodcast Taralets Talk is sponsored and produced by Disenyo.co LLC
 
We discuss research, theory and current issues in the fields of health and physical education in an easy to understand way. Our aim is to make research accessible to educators and university students from all over the globe. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/pwrhpe/support
 
The Society for New Communications Research is a global nonprofit 501(c)(3) research and education foundation and think tank founded in 2005 to focus on the advanced study of the latest developments in new media and communications, and their effect on traditional media and business models, communications, culture and society.
 
This podcast gives physicians tools and information that you can use to improve your patient communication and education. Today, with your next patient. I take one communication question or issue that doctors have raised, dig deeper into it with some research, then give you a strategy that you can use in your practice today. And I do it all in about 10 minutes. Show notes and research references at healthcommunicationpartners.com
 
Grey (or gray) literature – 'grey lit' for short – includes such forms of communication as reports, white papers, dissertations, newsletters, slide decks, blogs, and podcasts. The Grey Lit Café explores the opportunities and benefits that grey lit provides for professionals and researchers. The podcast is directed by Anthony Haynes, produced by Dr Bart Hallmark, and published by Frontinus Ltd (frontinus.org.uk), a communications agency focused on engineering, infrastructure, sustainability, ...
 
The Words Matter Podcast brings you insights, reflections and conversations focused on the latest evidence, theory, philosophy and practice of communication-focused healthcare. Find out about the more tacit, 'softer' and personal side of clinical practice such as the role of philosophy, beliefs, behaviours, developing therapeutic relationships or the purposeful use of language with people experiencing pain from expert academics, clinicians and researchers from across the world and spanning t ...
 
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Communication Mixdown

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Communication Mixdown

Reema Rattan, Liam Armstrong, Carly Dober and Judith Peppard

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This show casts a critical eye on the myriad ways in which we communicate with each other in our increasingly interconnected, multi-media platform world. Each week we mix down the who, the what, the where, and the how of particular communication events, messages, trends and technologies, and then consider: what impacts and what consequences?
 
Bridging Academic landscapes. At Access 2 Perspectives, we provide novel insights into the communication and management of Research. Our goal is to equip researchers with the skills and enthusiasm they need to pursue a successful and joyful career. This podcast brings to you insights and conversations around the topics of scholarly reading, writing and publishing, career development inside and outside Academia, Research Project Management, Research Integrity, and Open Science. Learn more abo ...
 
Listen to the SHSMD Podcast - Rapid Insights: for Health Care Strategy Professionals in Planning, Business Development, Marketing, Communications and Public Relations. In each episode we cover health care marketing tips, suggestions and best practices for health care marketers.
 
Learn to use the sciences of the mind to help you understand what makes you emotionally tick. Two Austin therapists and their world-recognized guest experts break down the research in modern attachment, relational neuroscience and trauma in a challenging but entertaining format to keep you off autopilot and moving towards closer connections. www.therapistuncensored.com
 
Medical student Denise Doyle delves deep into the science behind life as we know it, discussing recent developments and upcoming research. Discussions will range from deep dives into specific body systems to broader questions about climate/environmental science etc.
 
Think about all of the things you consider every day to help keep yourself, your loved ones, and your community happy, healthy, and hopeful. Now consider this: There is an ever-growing body of research demonstrating significant negative impacts, for yourself and the ones you love, in the consumption of pornography. It can change the way you think, harm your ability to connect with other people, and can contribute to changing the world in negative ways. Join us every other week as we consider ...
 
Research that makes people LAUGH, then THINK — research about anything and everything, from everywhere —research that's good or bad, important or trivial, valuable or worthless. Presented by Marc Abrahams, founder of the Ig Nobel Prize ceremony. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/improbableresearch/support
 
Wharton Social Impact Initiative talks with leading industry experts who are changing the world through social enterprises, impact investing, corporate social responsibility programs, social impact research, and more. Subscribe to the Dollars and Change Podcast today wherever you get your podcasts! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
Talking Shop Hosted by Vixen Labs CEO James Poulter, Talking Shop unpacks the latest trends in voice technology and consumer attitudes towards voice assistants across the board—smart speakers, mobile, web search—in the UK, US and Germany. Are you curious about how voice works in marketing? With 60% of people across all surveyed markets being voice users, it’s becoming increasingly clear that voice is a valuable marketing tool that should become a part of every brand’s strategy right now. - H ...
 
Are you searching for great stories to ignite your curiosity, teach you to perform better in life and career, inspire your mind, and make you laugh along the way? In this science podcast, Dr. Marie McNeely introduces you to the brilliant researchers behind the latest scientific discoveries. Join us as they share their greatest failures, most staggering successes, candid career advice, and what drives them forward in life and science. Our website with show notes]] Greetings science fans! We’r ...
 
TAB Podcasts brings the most diverse set of experiences and people in life science. Scientists, business people, educators, investors and healthcare professionals all live here. Based on the first A level biology hub in the world, TAB Podcasts jumps on the podcast as the most entertaining medium to share the most exciting area in the world. Your host, Arian Mirzarafie Ahi, boasts a dizzying breadth of life science experience across academia, research, business and communication. Beyond the s ...
 
A show about the psychology of opinions, where they come from, and how they change. Interviews with experts and deep dives into areas of research uncover the basic psychology of persuasion, communication, and public opinion. Hosted by social psychologist, Andy Luttrell.
 
How can we communicate research in science, the social sciences and humanities to ensure it has positive, real-world impact? That's the question being explored in this podcast, presented by Peter Barker, the director of research communications agency, Orinoco Communications. In each episode Peter chats to someone who's doing particularly interesting and inspiring work to engage the public with research.
 
The Optimal Path is a new podcast about product decision-making brought to you by the team at Maze. Join us for expert conversations with product people at Webflow, Github, and more. Every episode will uncover the stories, ideas, and approaches that drive success—and the optimal path for product decisions.
 
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A Grey Matter

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A Grey Matter

Queensland Brain Institute

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A Grey Matter is for anyone who has ever wondered how we think, feel, reason and move. The Queensland Brain Institute's neuroscience podcast unlocks the wonders of the brain – the complex and mysterious core of who we are. QBI, at The University of Queensland, works to understand the development, organisation and function of the brain. www.qbi.uq.edu.au
 
This is a 'how to' podcast for anyone who wants to create a great place to work. Here, culture leaders will share their insights on how they build great cultures and I'll be sharing my experiences of helping organisations to establish and evolve winning cultures.
 
Wish you could avoid ineffective communication & gain great communication skills? You’re not alone! Through scholarship and storytelling this podcast will help you to unlock your communication potential. Academic experts teach us research-based communication strategies, while special guests share their triumphs, struggles and authentic stories. Host, Malika Dudley, is a multi award-winning journalist who holds a master’s in communication.
 
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GetReal!

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Cindy Buckmaster

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A podcast hosted by Dr. Cindy Buckmaster and the National Animal Interest Alliance (NAIA) dedicated to open discussion about animal research: the good, the bad, and the ugly. Cindy explores the deep truths, so we can make compassionate choices for people and animals to shape our medical future together.
 
Are you ready to take your career to the next level? Improving your COMMUNICATION SKILLS will help you get noticed for the right reasons! Dr. Andrea Wojnicki is a Harvard-educated communication coach whose research focuses on interpersonal communication and consumer psychology. Through the TALK ABOUT TALK podcast, Andrea shares advice on how to elevate your communication skills. Learn about: ••• overcoming IMPOSTER SYNDROME & communicating with CONFIDENCE ••• communication skills for LEADERS ...
 
This podcast is created to discover the contributions of Greeks in areas that define today’s world: from science to engineering, education to philosophy and the way of life. Real conversations with diverse background experts weigh the synergy of currently fragmental notions that could inspire, impact and positively affect humanity. Biweekly episodes from March 2022. More at: www.globalgreekinfluence.com Subscribe and like on eight platforms inc. Spotify and Apple Podcasts. You can also follo ...
 
Podcast is a great clinical culture for Knowledge dissemination, constructive arguments & deep discussions. One more way in which the MICCAI community is different from those who we serve. Introducing "AI-ready Healthcare", my podcast to bridge this gap. I invite fellow researchers from both communities to talk about the translational aspects of AI research into clinical care. Often we converse with my co-host Henry Krumb.
 
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Data scientists and open knowledge evangelist Paola Masuzza shares with Jo what Open Science means to her, and how Open Science and Research Integrity relate to each other. We talk about the influence that the late Jon Tennant had on each of our careers and look at the next steps for the Open Science MOOC as it is being migrated to the Globally Dis…
 
Jason Prevost, coordinating Chair of the Publication Ethics Committee, and Senior Acquisitions Editor at Brill joins Avi Staiman, CEO of Academic Language Experts, to discuss how publishers handle ethical issues such as plagiarism, questions of authorship, and even fraudulent results. Hear how Jason dealt with a senior professor who refused to cred…
 
Scott McNamara joins us to discuss the article Physical education podcasts: A thriving community of practice or a one-way mode of communication? We talk about the ways that communities of practice are cultivated using podcasts and the aspects that motivate podcast creators and listeners within the field of physical education.Full Cite: McNamara, S.…
 
Show notes are not yet ready for this episode - my apologies! I'm on vacation! When I get back in late June 2022 I'll play catch up. 👌🏻 Mahalo for listening! Please share your thoughts on what you've learned in the review section! For podcast updates, communication tips + resources, and more... sign up for my NEWSLETTER To support the pod, you can …
 
Dr. Rupal Patel is a Professor in the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders as well as the College of Computer and Information Science at Northeastern University. She is also Director of the Communication Analysis and Design Laboratory and a Co-Founder and Core Faculty member of the interdisciplinary doctoral program in Personal Health…
 
Murdoch and mushroomsThis week Communication Mixdown looks at two very different forms of communication. We begin with Dr Victoria Fielding on the Murdoch media's campaign to support Net Zero emissions by 2050 and to educate the Australian public about climate change. Victoria's anaylsis of Newscorp's coverage of the floods in Queensland in 2022 te…
 
Why are biomedical researchers under so much pressure to produce, produce, produce? And does this pressure accelerate or delay meaningful progress for new treatments and cures? Our guest today came to us through the GetReal! website. She is a PhD student of cancer immunology who has a lot to share about her concerns, frustrations...and her hope for…
 
Welcome to another episode of the Words Matter Podcast. So we are at the penultimate episode of the clinical reasoning series and I hope you’ve enjoyed it and much as I have. In the final episode I’ll be chatting with Matthew Low where we will be reflecting on the series as a whole and tying up any loose ends in regards to what this all means for c…
 
On this week’s SciFiles, your hosts Chelsie and Daniel interview Jamie Liebold. This research explores Gap Junctional Intercellular Communication (GJIC) as a bioindicator of cancer. Cells use GJIC for the signaling of proteins and stresses. When a cell is stressed, it will close its gap junctions, signaling uncontrolled cell proliferation. These ex…
 
Duncan van Dusen joins to talk about his book “When are we going to teach health?” Duncan’s book is available as an e-book 0.99c on his website https://catch.org/lets-teach-health/ Here is a 3min overview of the book https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=35jAanYiHr8&feature=youtu.beTwitter: @dvandusen--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/pwrhpe/sup…
 
Today’s guest is Whitney Trettien whose book Cut/Copy/Paste: Fragments from the History of Bookwork was published through the University of Minnesota Press in 2022. Trettien is a Professor of English at the University of Pennsylvania, and researches the history of the book spanning print and digital technologies. Cut/Copy/Paste explores makerspaces…
 
Dr. Olaf Andersen is a Professor of Physiology and Biophysics at the Weill Medical College of Cornell University and Director of the Tri-Institutional MD-PhD Program in New York City. His research aims to understand all of the mechanisms by which small molecules can manipulate the functions of cells or whole organisms. How do these molecules work a…
 
Are you communicating and enabling psychological safety? Psychological safety is a key contributor to team performance. A climate of psychological safety means increased learning, creativity, productivity, satisfaction and engagement. Andrea defines what psychological safety is and is not, then she shares several strategies for how we can communica…
 
David Nussbaum is a social psychologist with a keen talent for pitching Op-Eds. He's worked with many social scientists to land articles in major outlets, including the New York Times, The Atlantic, The Washington Post, etc. He recently launched a new non-profit organization, Psychgeist Media, which aims to help researchers share their work with th…
 
Brisbane-based Martin Holzworth has worked at BoQ, EDS, Hewlett-Packard, Ernst & Young, Fujitsu, Griffith University and now VMware in a mix of CTO and cyber roles that have seen him share his expertise and knowledge in 35 countries and territories. In this conversation, Martin shares his leadership and culture insights around cyber security, build…
 
KSQD 6-22-2022: All about kidney stones; The benefits of age-based kidney function testing; Dairy intake linked to prostate cancer? But research supports yogurt benefits against cancer; Follow up on beer supporting microbiome diversity and the tricky issue of candida overgrowth; Evaluating the normal eye floaters and flashes with age vs. acute cond…
 
Given France's leading position in the EU, we discuss, with George Tassiopoulos (PhD in Political Sciences, empirical and theoretical expert in French and European politics and political parties), the influence of the 2022 French parliamentary elections regarding: - sanctions toward Russia, - the presidential (Macron's) "national and European sover…
 
Food Security Program Director at the Faculty of Agriculture and Food Sciences Rami Zurayk analyzes the many dimensions of food security and insecurity, and how the Ukraine war has worsened stresses for many people around the world. Alongside Ukraine, he mentioned other factors that impact food availability, like climate change, sanctions, the Covi…
 
Consciousness and self awareness are tricky things to define in an all-encompassing way, and new research on the intricacies of cellular cognition is reshaping how we think about microorganisms and ourselves. Professor Nicholas Money of Miami University in Oxford, Ohio has argued for a new philosophy of cellular consciousness and suggests that, bas…
 
Healthcare systems are facing a crisis in retaining great employees and recruiting new ones. We’ll offer practical tools that can be implemented immediately to help you 'run the world' … or, at the least, lessen the load on your overworked colleagues, build camaraderie and strengthen your overall culture.…
 
CMS has a free online course called Improving Health Care Quality for LGBTQ People. Here’s 4 reasons you should take it! I'm grateful that there are so many resources out there if you care about health equity and communication. In honor of Pride month, I'm going to highlight one of them: a free online course from Center for Medicare and Medicaid Se…
 
This week's episode features Pedro Resende, Ph.D. Pedro has successfully pivoted several times in his career journey - from his Ph.D. research to 5 years as a Postdoc and Co-Principal Investigator and, most recently, in 2018, to entrepreneur, when Pedro co-founded Chaperone, the first online marketplace of personalized career development for scient…
 
Episode Title:​ ​The People Are The Way Episode summary:​ Troy and I discuss the wisdom he's learned from his years being in the military and technology space about how to best connect with and manage people. He also shares some funny stories and insights throughout. Guest Name & Bio: Troy Stephens has over 18 years of experience working with techn…
 
Welcome to this first collab episode of the PhD Dojo with The 2nd Lab. VIDEO https://youtu.be/kwIRelkmmyc This week on the PhD Dojo, Gad Sabbatier and I answer a question from a 2nd Lab mentee – Marina Luginina – who asks: “How can I get more confidence for job interviews?”. If you’re preparing for your postdoc interviews or for any career change i…
 
This week on the show Stu speaks to researcher Chris Rinke about his fascinating research investigating how superworms, the larval stage of some beetles, can eat and digest polystyrene breaking it down into organic components. Also on the show Chris gets experimental again, this time showing how twisting threads creates enough friction to make incr…
 
Immigrating can be a stressful experience when you're moving internationally. Trust us, we've been through it—and we have some great advice to help you start fresh and reinvent yourself. In this last episode for the season, we discuss some personality traits and skills that have helped us successfully embrace our new lives abroad. Have questions or…
 
By leveraging your personal health data with Artificial Intelligence, from blood samples to psychological surveys, it is possible to make accurate predictions on biological age and interventions to keep you at your best. Fedor Galkin and Deepankar Nayak of DeepLongevity, a health data platform that looks to transform approaches to ageing and longev…
 
Welcome to this brand new investing podcast from the London South East. My name is Peter Higgins, you can find me on Twitter @conkers3 and I will be your host for this series of Investing Matters podcasts. What can you expect from the Investing Matters podcasts? A great question. You will find long form interviews with noteworthy veterans and exper…
 
Trigger Warning: This discussion includes frank, explicit, discussions about pornographic content, suicide ideation, and abuse that may be triggering to some. Listener discretion is advised. Laura grew up in a small town in Pennsylvania but had a challenging childhood. She experienced childhood neglect, and from a young age, porn was normalized in …
 
Anthony Haynes writes: In this episode, I interview David Baxter of the University of Alberta on the topic of sponsored reports. We pay particular attention to reports on gambling, whether sponsored by industry or government. Amongst the topics we discuss are the career incentives for researchers, readability, the selection of research questions, a…
 
We often focus on being understood through words, but guess what? Words emerge from several deeper processes and can confuse, disconnect, and even unintentionally fabricate what’s going on. Learn what works and what doesn’t when trying to build closeness and connection with those you love. Tune in for this week’s episode as co-host Sue Marriott and…
 
Plan S: the open access initiative that changed the face of global research. Robert-Jan Smits and Rachael Pells's book Plan S for Shock: Science. Shock. Solution. Speed. (Ubiquity Press, 2022) tells the story of open access publishing - why it matters now, and for the future. In a world where information has never been so accessible, and answers ar…
 
As the saying goes, “Content is king.” And that truth has never been more evident than during the COVID-19 pandemic. Hospitals and health systems with agile content strategies quickly became a trusted source of accurate, reliable information – transforming the greatest health threat of a generation into a community engagement and market differentia…
 
First up one the episode, we talk about three things you can do to start or improve the communication in your home with your Rett loved one. From knowing what your individual's yes and no are to involving others in the conversation, communication is SO important. This week we also continue our conversation with Tanya Keller a speech language pathol…
 
Dr. C. Robin Buell is a Georgia Research Alliance Eminent Scholar Chair in Crop Genomics in the Department of Crop & Soil Sciences and the Center for Applied Genetic Technologies at the University of Georgia. Robin studies the DNA of plants to better understand how plants do things like grow, respond to stress, reproduce, and evolve. Her work spans…
 
On this week’s SciFiles, your hosts Chelsie and Daniel interview Zach Miller. A therapeutic window is a dose range between the minimum effective drug dose (MED) to the minimum toxic drug dose (MTD). Many commonly-used cancer drugs, including chemotherapies such as Doxorubicin, are highly toxic to normal tissues and have narrow therapeutic windows. …
 
David McRaney is a writer and podcaster who has been covering important work in psychology for many years. Although he was a guest on Opinion Science a few months ago (Episode 58: How Minds Change with David McRaney), I also used the opportunity to ask him about his process for communicating psychological research to the public. So, the first 15 mi…
 
KSQD 6-15-2022: Recommendations for COVID-19 booster vaccine shots; Suboxone is an important drug to treat pain and opiate drug withdrawal; New studies examine the neurological effects of long COVID disease; Evaluation of toothpaste for temperature-sensitive teeth; Anti-aging supplement strategies are usually anti-inflammatory agents; Cortisol leve…
 
Ten years ago, English Department Lecturer in Creative Writing Rima Rantisi and some colleagues in a Hamra pub came up with the idea of launching a new student literary journal. Today, Rusted Radishes is published once a year in Arabic and English, and is open to AUB students and faculty and others across the Arab region. It has expanded beyond lit…
 
KSQD 6-08-2022: Novavax is a more conventional vaccine against COVID-19; The many roles of iron in physiology, especially in immunity, but too much is toxic; The role of red blood cells in the immune system; All about Central Serous Retinopathy; Functional Medicine Conference review: Sleeping before and after learning is beneficial; Direct current …
 
How to make effective transitions in your professional life? Making transitions - from academia to industry, from one job role to another, from Ph.D. to Postdoc - can be challenging to navigate. This week's episode of When Science Speaks (link in comments) features Katherine Sugarman, M.D., a physician with more than 25 years of patient care and ex…
 
A state-of-the-art research and development centre in Daegu, Korea – K-MEDI hub – is creating a medical industry ecosystem for the research and development of new drugs and medical devices. At its Preclinical Research Centre, one strong research focus is evaluating the impact of stress on the welfare of laboratory animals in the context of preclini…
 
The Optimal Path is a podcast about product decision-making from the team at Maze. Each episode brings in a product expert and looks at the stories, ideas, and frameworks they use to achieve better product decision-making—and how you can do the same. You can follow Erika on Twitter (@mulegirl) or check out her articles on Medium. Resources mentione…
 
Episode Title:​ ​The Powerhouse Men Brotherhood Episode summary:​ Steve is the founder of "The Manly Club" and "The Powerhouse Men Brotherhood". We hear from Steve about his background and what he believes makes a "Powerhouse Man" and he shares what has led to creating the brotherhood and what he's learned leading a group of 13K+ men and now buildi…
 
In this episode Vixen Labs' strategist, Scot Westwater exclusively reveals what we can expect from this year’s Voice Consumer Index research. The VCI 2022 data will hit your inbox on June 21 if you’re signed up to our mailing list (head to vixenlabs.co/newsletter to make sure you are!) We also hear from Vixen Labs CEO James Poulter about the import…
 
Cette semaine sur Papa PhD, on met l’accent sur l’aspect ” Papa ” dans une conversation à propos de devenir parent pendant le doctorat. Avec mon invité, Michel Lacasse, nous abordons autant les défis potentiels liés au fait de devenir parent durant la thèse que tout ce que ce changement peut représenter dans votre carrière. Si tu es papa ou maman a…
 
A new disease on the block is cause for concern, but how much should we be worried about the erroneously named Monkeypox virus? Claire finds out more on this week's show. And Chris explains what the Hubble constant is, and how it should be able to tell us how fast the universe is expanding, but it may reveal potential flaws in the way we think abou…
 
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