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Welcome to Holy Crap I’m 50! Where I talk about all things 50, tech, life, marriage, working, the faint dream of retirement. You know easy stuff. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/rik-thomas/support
 
The BJAs free podcasts will take listeners on a tour of the world of anaesthesia; interviews with authors and commentaries from key experts on featured articles, plus hot topics in anaesthesia research and practice will be published with each issue.
 
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In each episode of the Made by Folk podcast we chat to the creatives behind exciting projects, products & ideas. If you have a project you'd like to discuss, email info@madebyfolk.com
 
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In this episode MbF's Glenn Garriock talks to Tom Pigeon's Kirsty Thomas about their social project The Make Bank. "It's about addressing some of the issues surrounding 'creative poverty’ and pupils' access to art and design subjects and careers. During my research I became aware that an increasing number of UK pupils from deprived backgrounds ...…
 
Made by Folk's Glenn Garriock chat with graphic designer Rick Banks about starting his type foundry F37. Find out more and read the full transcript on madebyfolk.com
 
Made by Folk's Glenn Garriock talks to Andy Welland, a British artist and art director known for his vibrant, graphic collage work. He was kind enough to create our December cover image which you should definitely check out on madebyfolk.com.Andy and Glenn talk about finding a balance between his artistic work and commercial work as a designer ...…
 
MbF's Glenn Garriock chat's to Rik Lomas of SuperHi, an online code school, resource haven and worldwide community of 1,500+ creatives learning to code and grow professionally.Find out more about their end of the year scholarship program here —https://www.superhi.com/scholarship/end-of-year-2018Or watch the video interview on madebyfolk.comMusi ...…
 
Made by Folk's Glenn Garriock talk to Sennep's co-founder Matt Rice about the process behind their latest game Alphaputt and how their side projects influence their client work.Alphaputt is now available for pre-order on iOS. Find out more at —sennepgames.comFor behind the scenes footage from this episode visit — madebyfolk.comMusic by Golden V ...…
 
Made by Folk's Glenn Garriock talks to freelance graphic designer Gabby Lord about work/life balance, side projects, setting goals and finding the right routines. You can buy Gabby's print at —https://www.madebyfolk.com/shop/stone-swirlFind out more about her work at — http://www.gabbylord.comAnd sign up to the excellent OMG Lord Newsletter – h ...…
 
Just a quick introduction of myself and what I plan talking about. Feedback and requests welcome!--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/rik-thomas/support
 
Monument Valley is an award-winning puzzle game for iOS and Android that’s been downloaded and played more than 30 million times, has inspired countless pieces of fan art and was even played by a fictional president in House of Cards. In this second episode of our podcast I’m very happy to have a chat with Dan Gray who’s the head of Studio at u ...…
 
Gather is a modular home for your essentials, thoughtfully designed to help you cut through the clutter.I’d hazard a guess that 99% of our readers work at a desk and that most those will probably be as untidy as mine. Designer Jeff Sheldon, founder of Ugmonk, felt there was a need to a more customisable and attractive solution. So he created Ga ...…
 
In this episode Made by Folk's Glenn visits graphic artist Patrick Thomas at his studio in Neukölln, Berlin.We also filmed a short film in which Patrick showed us around the his incredibly studio space and we followed him around the city visiting art galleries and old haunts. You can watch it here — https://formfiftyfive.com/featured/in-focus-p ...…
 
In this episode FFF's Glenn visits designer, artist and founder of Hort, Eike König at his apartment in Berlin.We filmed a short film in which Eike showed us around the Hort studio and we followed him around Kreuzberg for the rest of the day. You can watch it here — https://formfiftyfive.com/features/in-focus-eike-koenig/And you can find a full ...…
 
FFF's Glenn Garriock talks to British designer Dave Sedgwick of Studio DBD about his project 30x30 for FoilCo. as well as side projects, pushing a brief and working with clients. Full transcript and images to follow on https://formfiftyfive.com/features/fff-dave-sedgwick/Music track by Back Back Forward Punch — https://www.mammalsounds.com/back ...…
 
FFF's Glenn Garriock chats with designer Frankie Ratford about The Design Kids and her epic road trip across Australia, New Zealand, the USA and Europe. Full transcript and images on https://formfiftyfive.com/features/fff-podcast-frankie-ratford/Background track by Benji Lewis https://www.mammalsounds.com/benji-lewis…
 
FFF's Glenn Garriock chats with Ben Pham, creative director and co-founder of Character, on branding Andy Rubin's latest startup Essential.. Full transcript and images on https://formfiftyfive.com/listen/ben-pham-essential/
 
Checklists, checklists everywhere! Love them or hate them, since the introduction of the WHO surgical safety checklist there has been a tsunami of checklists affecting clinical areas of a hospital near you. Whilst there is good evidence that the WHO surgical safety checklist has been effective at improving patient safety, this same does not nec ...…
 
Imagine you are sitting on the runway, waiting to take off to your holiday destination. As you begin to taxi the pilot announces that there is an engine warning light flashing, but that in his experience this almost always amounts to nothing and both him and co-pilot have made a pragmatic decision to proceed, given that the flight was already r ...…
 
Back in 2012 Andrew WK took some time to party with Black Squirrel Radio because he’s a swell guy! http://rikandrob.newampnetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/andrew-wk-interview-on-the-constant-detour.mp3By Robbie Puzzitiello.
 
Children requiring urgent but simple surgery is a common place phenomenon that can sometimes wreak havoc on the best planned emergency list. Operating on children in an urgent capacity can be logistically difficult outside tertiary centres and is not helpBy Oxford University Press.
 
There has been an increasing realisation that the majority of complications from high risk surgeries are not due to technical failings in either the operating theatre or anaesthetic room, but from medical complications occurring out on the wards. 'Failure to rescue' has become part of critical care lexicon and with it, an awareness of the finan ...…
 
Probably one of the most talked about changes in the 2015 DAS guidelines will be Plan D. Whilst on a very basic level the recommendations have not altered, the emphasis on how to practically manage a 'can't intubate, can't oxygenate' scenario are quite a shift from many anaesthetist's current approach. Dr Ravi Bhagrath from The Royal London Hos ...…
 
Dr Chris Frerk, chair of the airway guideline group talk about the updated 2015 DAS guidelines. 11 years after the publication of the original, the new guidelines reflect technical advances in airway management over the last decade as well recognising the important role of human factors in crisis resource management. Dr Frerk explains the princ ...…
 
Accidental awareness under general anaesthesia (AAGA) is the stuff of nightmares for patients and anaesthetists alike. Data from NAP5 has demonstrated a relatively low incidence incidence of AAGA but recommendations from the project include the use of depth of anaesthesia monitors in at risk groups. This recommendation was preceded by esoteric ...…
 
Traumatic brain injury carries a devastating burden of disease for both the individual patient and the population as a whole. Many patients are young and those who survive are commonly left with a significant disability. Sadly, treatment options for traumatic brain injury remain limited with little improvement in outcomes for the past two decad ...…
 
Patient blood management (PBM) is a multifaceted approach to reducing allogenic blood transfusion (ABT) in the surgical population. In this podcast Professor Manuel Munoz, a haematologist from Malaga in Spain, talks to us about the way in which a PBM program functions to reduce ABT and in so doing, can have a dramatic impact on patient morbidit ...…
 
Assessment, calculation and composition of replacement fluid is a fundamental tenet of anaesthetic practice. Mounting evidence from the colorectal and enhanced recovery literature shows that attention to detail throughout the perioperative period results in both reduced patient morbidity and length of stay. In addition to our highly tuned clini ...…
 
http://rikandrob.newampnetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/01/tomjane_mixdown.mp3 Rik and Rob are bringing you a classic from the BSR vault, our interview with Thomas Jane circa 2012. Tom is known for his roles in “The Punisher” and “The Mist” and also his film / graphic novel “Dark Country”. Who could forget the time The Punisher told us he wa ...…
 
Whilst medical cancer therapies are increasing in their utility and efficacy, the physiological effects of intensive combined treatment regimes on patients' reserves are becoming a greater concern. It is now routine practice to combine medical and surgical therapeutic options in the form of neoadjuvant chemoradiotherapy for conditions such as c ...…
 
The 2012 interview with Author / Illustrator Sina Grace. Sina is published through image comics on such titles as: Li’l Depressed Boy, Not My Bag, and Burn the Orphanage. He is also the former editor of The Walking Dead. http://rikandrob.newampnetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/01/WD_mixdown.mp3By Robbie Puzzitiello.
 
As with many anticonvulsants, pregabalin is enjoying an ever increasing spectrum of use. Originally licensed for the treatment of epilepsy, diabetic neuropathic pain and post-herpetic neuralgia; pregabalin has become a staple of the chronic pain armamentarium. To date, well over 100 studies have explored pregabalin's use in the perioperative pe ...…
 
Millions of operations take place in the UK each year; the majority occurring without undue patient morbidity. However, dependant on the nature of the procedure, post-operative morbidity is not uncommon and we will all recall patients who have suffered an unexpected complication after surgery. Large epidemiological studies have suggested that p ...…
 
Accidental awareness during general anaesthesia (AAGA) is a rare but feared complication of anaesthesia. Studying such rare occurrences is technically challenging but following in the tradition of previous national audit projects, the results of the fifth national audit project have now been published receiving attention from both the academic ...…
 
Achieving adequate gas exchange whilst minimising ventilator induced lung inury is a major challenge in intensive care. The world of ICU ventilation is rich with novel proprietary modes but so far, none have proven an outcome benefit in ARDS. Whilst the differences between various modes are often subtle, most focus on modifying the inspiratory ...…
 
Emergency airway management in trauma patients is a complex and somewhat contentious issue, with opinions varying on both the timing and delivery of interventions. London's Air Ambulance is a service specialising in the care of the severely injured trauma patient at the scene of an accident, and has produced one of the largest data sets focusin ...…
 
For anaesthetists, intravenous cannulation is the gateway procedure to an increasingly complex and risky array of manoeuvres, and as such becomes more a reflex arc than a planned motor act. For some patients however, that initial feeling of needle penetrating epidermis, dermis and then vessel wall is a dreaded event, and the cause of more anxie ...…
 
Successful kidney transplants have been shown to improve quality of life for the recipients and dramatically reduce the cost of caring for patients with end stage renal failure. However, there is still a significant shortfall in the number of donor organs available, particularly in the UK. This is in part being addressed by an increase in donat ...…
 
The long-awaited Jeff Smith interview. Hear Robbie chat with his idol, the celebrated and successful indie-comic-creator Jeff Smith, best known for his 9-volume series “Bone”. Jeff has also worked for DC comics where he wrote / illustrated Shazam: The Monster Society of Evil, self-published RASL, and is now putting out a new web comic “Tuki Sav ...…
 
Fluid therapy is a central tenet of both anaesthetic and intensive care practice, and has been a solid performer in the medical armamentarium for over 150 years. However, mounting evidence from both surgical and medical populations is starting to demonstrate that we may be doing more harm than good by infusing solutions of varying tonicity and ...…
 
Chris Pennie is a seasoned musician and has been the drummer for such bands as Return to Earth, The Dillinger Escape Plan, and Coheed & Cambria. Since our interview in early 2011, Chris has taken his music production company Fight Mannequins into a new frontier of composing scores for television and film http://rikandrob.newampnetwork.com/wp-co ...…
 
http://rikandrob.newampnetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/03/final-wes-2.m4a Since 2010, Wes has released his follow-up album “Afterlife” and is about to release another new record. He is about to begin a solo tour in Germany and will also be hosting special guitar clinics. To learn more, check out this additional interview:…
 
Rediscover this awesome interview from 2010 where the Rockstars talk to Wes Styles in his journey to bring Disco and funk back (ya know… before Daft Punk did it) Wes Styles is a solo artist, and has toured with the Prog-Rock group Coheed & Cambria http://rikandrob.newampnetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/03/wes-part-1.m4a…
 
http://rikandrob.newampnetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/03/duncan-interview-part-2.m4aBy Robbie Puzzitiello.
 
Part 1 http://rikandrob.newampnetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/03/Duncan-Bros-Interview-part-1.m4a Rik and Rob Radio Rockstars interview internet filmmakers The Duncan Brothers. The Duncan Brothers are active participants in the Channel 101 film competition and have created such series as Overdrift and Gigabots.…
 
Do YOU dig Giant Robots!? http://rikandrob.newampnetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/03/george-kristc-final.m4a Rik and Rob Radio Rockstars interview George Krstic, a writer for the animated series Star Wars: the Clone Wars and creator of Megas XLR, MTV Downtown, and Motor City. The rockstars learn Krstic is also from northeast Ohio, and a tota ...…
 
Post-operative cognitive decline (POCD) has been detected in some studies in up to 50% patients undergoing major surgery. With an ageing population and an increasing number of elective surgeries, POCD may represent a major public health problem. However POCD research is complex and difficult to perform, and the current literature may not tell t ...…
 
Widely regarded as champions of patient safety, it was anaesthetists who first pioneered incident reporting systems within hospital medicine. Signed in 2010, the Helsinki declaration for patient safety in anaesthesiology requires members to contribute to national reporting systems, and this podcast accompanies a paper surveying reporting system ...…
 
Opinions remain divided on the best form of post-operative analgesia following lower abdominal surgery, with an even split between those favouring epidural anaesthesia versus patient-controlled intravenous infusion. Many variations and combinations have attempted to refine and unify these two techniques without clear-cut success. In Sweden, one ...…
 
As a speciality, anaesthesia has long been a champion of simulation training. But whilst ever increasing numbers of simulation based courses are available, what evidence exists for the proposed advantages of this learning modality? For this podcast Dr Ryan Brydges, an educational academic from the University of Toronto, talks to us about his me ...…
 
Functional MRI is an exciting but complex imaging modality that is being used with increasing frequency in anaesthesia and pain research. Understanding and interpreting studies requires some knowledge of the fundamentals of fMRI, together with the nuances of study design and statistical analysis. Dr Kyle Pattinson, Consultant Anaesthetist at th ...…
 
Whilst the vast majority of big number patient research focuses on physiological outcomes, few studies have attempted to investigate the factors that patients perceive to be indicative of quality anaesthesia. A group from Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital in Perth, Western Australia have developed and validated a simple patient survey that has demo ...…
 
Despite being defined as a syndrome over 4 decades ago, current studies estimate that over half of patients diagnosed with acute respiratory distress syndrome do not in fact have the disease. In this podcast, Dr Stephen Frohlich explains the difficulties with defining this clinical syndrome and takes us through the new Berlin criteria, set to t ...…
 
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