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This regularly scheduled podcast will feature interviews, analysis, and discussions covering leading issues of the day related to electromagnetic spectrum operations (EMSO). Topics include current events and news worldwide, US Congress and the annual defense budget, and military news from the US and allied countries. We will also bring you closer to AOC events and provide a forum to dive deeper into policy issues impacting our community.
 
Mentorship is essential to the development of anyone in science, technology, engineering, mathematics, or medicine, but did you know mentorship is a set of skills that can be learned, practiced, and optimized? In this 10-part series from the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine, you’ll hear the personal mentorship stories of leaders in academia, business, and the media, in their own words. Learn how evidence-based mentorship practices can help you develop the skills to e ...
 
The United States has some of the poorest health outcomes. Health disparities run deep, leaving many people without equal opportunity or access to care. As long-time advocates for health equity, nurses are in unique positions to address the root causes of poor health, reduce health disparities, and improve the health and well-being of the nation. In this 8-part series from the National Academy of Medicine, we explore practical strategies for the nursing profession to advance health equity. W ...
 
Every week a featured guest will help to explore a different part of the dynamic beer world. This will allow you to examine the beer world through different lenses. Whether you are new to beer, or a seasoned professional, we will have something for you! This show records and broadcasts LIVE on Full Service Radio from the lobby of the LINE DC in Adams Morgan, Washington DC.
 
In late June 2018, five people were murdered by an active shooter walking through their offices at the Capital Gazette newspaper in Annapolis, Maryland. Prosecutors say he blocked the exit so the victims couldn’t escape. The defendant, Jarrod Ramos, pleaded guilty to the murders but his lawyers now argue he’s not “criminally responsible” — Maryland’s version of the Insanity Defense. Prosecutors contend that his attack was planned in a “calculating and methodical” manner because the paper wro ...
 
Dean Hingson lets you in on what's happening at the intersection of politics and business. Each week Dean sits down with political influencers and experts to discuss the latest from Capitol Hill and across DC. 14th & G has been produced since 2017 by Mehlman Castagnetti Rosen & Thomas, one of Washington, D.C.’s leading lobbying firms.
 
The Evolution of Electromagnetic Spectrum Operations (EMSO) This podcast will take you on a journey throughout time and around the world to meet the inventors, the battles, and the technology that has not only shaped military operations - how we fight - but also how we live. The History of Crows will cover some of the most important discoveries, battles, and events that shaped what we know today as electromagnetic spectrum operations. Episodes that take you deeper into our history will be ad ...
 
Mary Payne Gilbert can’t stop listening to podcasts and she can’t stop talking about podcasts. Now she's sharing her obsession with you. On Payne in the Pod, Mary Payne talks to podcasters about their shows, the stories they love to tell, and the personal insanity of being a podcaster.
 
340B Insight provides members and supporters of 340B Health with timely updates and discussions about the 340B drug pricing program. The podcast helps listeners stay current with and learn more about 340B to help them serve their patients and communities and remain compliant. We publish new episodes twice a month, with news reports and in-depth interviews with leading health care practitioners, policy and legal experts, public policymakers, and our expert staff.
 
JC Scott, President & CEO of the Pharmaceutical Care Management Association, discusses the latest trends, public policy developments, and political challenges impacting drug pricing and healthcare. You'll hear the nation's top thought leaders, policy experts, and political analysts on topics like how employers, unions, and others use Pharmacy Benefit Managers (PBMs) to drive value for their members in the face of growing healthcare costs. You'll also learn about advancements in gene therapy, ...
 
Politics. Policy. Polling. Pop Culture. Explore what America's thinking with two of the country's leading pollsters-the bipartisan team of Democrat Margie Omero and Republican Kristen Soltis Anderson. In this weekly podcast we take a fresh, friendly look at the numbers driving the week's biggest stories in news, politics, tech, entertainment and pop culture. Along with the occasional interview with pollsters, journalists, and other industry leaders, we'll lift the hood on the numbers reveali ...
 
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In this episode, we continue our look into the world of Electromagnetic Spectrum Operations (EMSO) through the first large-scale use of radar and Electromagnetic Warfare (EW) in WWII. The episode shares how the began collecting radio transmissions and turning these signals into tactical intelligence. And that’s where we begin today, at Bletchley Pa…
 
We all want to discover the passion that drives our dreams. Often, we need help to find it. In STEMM careers, students need mentors, sometimes multiple mentors, to support them as they find their way and choose their career and academic paths. In this first episode of Season Two, host Bethany Brookshire takes us through the experiences of undergrad…
 
Nurses’ work is often demanding and exhausting. Nurses face physical, mental, emotional, moral, and ethical challenges everyday. These challenges can poorly affect nurses’ health and well-being, resulting in a burnt out workforce and decreased quality of care. Nurses’ health and well-being must be supported so they can effectively care for patients…
 
The NCiB Boyfriends are finishing strong in the record books, with Ryan passing Cal, BobbyD passing Ted,, and Salvy passing Johnny. Eric Hosmer is the answer to both of the Max Scherzer trivia questions from this week, Franmil hits #30 by request, and Christian Yelich fills the stands. Our BFs dominate the Roberto Clemente award nominations. Tony L…
 
Prepare yourself, because it’s fall in DC. It’s the season of beer. And this means, there’s an amplitude of beer events. Today, Brandy, Mike, and Jake give you the rundown of brewery-hosted events in these upcoming weekends, where to find new DC beer brands, and, of course, the DC Beer Week rundown! DC Brewers’ Guild President Leah Cheston and Exec…
 
In this episode, host Ken Miller sits down with Mr. David Weinberger, author of Everyday Chaos: Technology, Complexity, and How We’re Thriving in a New World of Possibility. Ken and David discuss how the Internet and technology is changing the way we do business and live our everyday lives. Specifically, they address how Artificial Intelligence and…
 
As the U.S. population becomes increasingly more diverse, nurses must be prepared to treat people from all backgrounds and experiences. However, schools and health systems have not always equipped their nurses to understand, identify, and act in addressing health inequities. Now more than ever, nurses must be prepared to recognize when an individua…
 
Continental treasure Joey Votto, Yu Darvish, and Melanie Newman show us how to grow the game by focusing on the kids. It’s good to be a 10 year old baseball fan right now. Patti gifts Pottymouth a link to supercuts of the Soto Shuffle, because it goes well with whiskey and she deserves it. Ryan Mountcastle, Marcus Semien, and Wander Franco chase so…
 
This week, we are joined by Sumona Das Gupta, assistant director of pharmacy audit and compliance at University of Washington Medical Center and Harborview Medical Center. As part of the UW Medicine health system, the hospitals operate in the first region of the U.S. that experienced community transmission of COVID-19 last year. Sumona discusses ho…
 
Brewery Ardennes: Opening a brewery in a pandemic, it's all in the details Nestled in the banks of Seneca Lake in Geneva, New York is newly opened, Brewery Ardennes. Derek and Stacy Edinger opened the brewery in May 2021, but have this stunning, Belgium-inspired brewery producing and operating like a veteran brewery. With backgrounds in aerospace e…
 
In this episode, podcast host Ken Miller sits with Mr. David Tremper, the Director of Electronic Warfare and the Office of the Undersecretary of Defense for Acquisition and Sustainment. Ken and David discuss the acquisition of new EW capabilities across the military services in the FY 2022 Defense Budget, the growing emphasis on EMS Survivability, …
 
Today, spending on biologic drugs makes up 43% of total drug spending. This is a growing area of new innovation for a multitude of therapeutic areas, and also an area of growing cost. To increase the use of biosimilars, strategies must be implemented to focus on biologics and drive cost-savings. To share these strategies, host JC Scott is joined by…
 
Millions of Americans experience poor health outcomes. Often, this is due to factors outside of their control, such as where they live or where they work. These factors can result in health inequities一systematic differences in opportunities to achieve optimal health between groups of people. Often, these differences lead to unfair or delayed treatm…
 
We give Javy and Francisco thumbs up for their right to not like being booed, and reiterate our official stance that although fans have the right to boo, it is really bad form and should be avoided except in a few very specific instances. In our boyfriend report, Andrew Stevenson’s mullet gets some press and ups his qHAR, Yoshi Tsutsugo finds comfo…
 
This week, take a break from your go-to beer and have a cocktail instead. We’re talking with Jade Aldrighette, the General Manager from ANXO. Jade has spent a significant time throughout her career studying how drinks allow us to deeply connect with people. She’s mastered this art, her cocktails have been featured in local publications and national…
 
In NCiB Boyfriend news, Salvador Perez is having a career year, Franmil Reyes proves his boyfriend cred, and Ian Happ flashes some potential. Veteran Gregory Polanco is released by the Pirates to make room for Pottymouth’s bf Cole Tucker, and Will Smith credits his batting tear on no fear of failing. We take “not afraid to fail” to heart and presen…
 
Despite the U.S. spending more money on healthcare than any other country, vast health inequities still exist. Access to and opportunity for quality healthcare is not equal. While the COVID-19 pandemic did not create health inequities, it brought renewed attention to the fact that our health is determined by many factors outside of medical care. Th…
 
This week, we are joined by Tim Maurice, chief financial officer for UC Davis Health. Tim discusses how hospital finance teams support 340B and how they work together with hospital departments to provide the resources for health care services that patients need. Prior to the interview, we share a news update on an eighth drug manufacturer that plan…
 
Dean is joined by Matthew Lipka, Head of Policy for robotics company Nuro. Autonomous vehicles are sharing our roads today and delivering everything from pizzas to prescriptions. Dean and Matthew discuss the technical and regulatory challenges to putting a driverless, passengerless vehicle on America’s roads. Thanks for listening!…
 
In 2013, Annie Johnson won the American Homebrewer Associations' Homebrewer of the year award. She is now a brewmaster, a certified beer judge (BJCP), a chapter leader in the Seattle Pink Boots Society Chapter, and a member of the Governing Committee for the American Homebrewers Association. She shares her story and some tips along the way for home…
 
Hey Miggy! Miguel Cabrera is the 28th MLB player and first Venezuelan to reach 500 home runs. Patti’s pitcher pick Triston McKenzie is on a tear, plus extra credit for attention to qHar. Boyfriend highlights include Votto’s Abigal Effect, the return of Christian Yelich’s bat, Mountcastle’s streak, Cronenworth’s heroics, and an apology to Jo Adell. …
 
This is the Future of Nursing, a series from the National Academy of Medicine based on the recently published report - The Future of Nursing 2020-2030: Charting a Path to Achieve Health Equity. In this series, we’ll be hearing the stories of nurses and other experts who are confronting health disparities. And together, we’ll learn specific strategi…
 
DC Beer is shouting a friendly “hello!” to our neighbors up Interstate 95. Mike and Brandy share a pint with Nick Fertig, co-owner of Full Tilt Brewing in Baltimore, MD. Nick, along with his cousin Dan, started as homebrewers, then moved to contract brewing while working full-time jobs, and eventually opened the Full Tilt brick & mortar location. N…
 
(Note to our regular listeners - this special interview with the fabulous 14-year-old Costa Rican baseball / baseball player Francela Verdura is in Spanish. If you understand Spanish - enjoy! If you don't, we recommend giving it a listen to see what you can grasp. Francela came to the US and played in the Baseball for All tournament while developin…
 
Dean is joined today by his colleague Bruce Mehlman to discuss the firm’s new quarterly slide deck. From 9/11 to the botched pullout in Afghanistan, how do our failures sometimes shape the road ahead even more than our successes. Congress may be gone, but there’s plenty happening here in the nation’s capital. Thanks for listening!…
 
In this episode, Host Ken Miller recaps and shares excerpts from a conversation he had earlier with Mr. John Knowles, editor of the Journal of Electromagnetic Dominance (JED). They cover a range of issues from the defense budget to JADC2, and some upcoming additions of the JED that are coming out in September. Ken also shares exciting news about up…
 
Surprising no one, Patti and the Pottymouth celebrate their 200th episode with a rant. Turns out we have some opinions and suggestions regarding the Field of Dreams game: How to actually include Iowans in baseball, better uses for all that cash, meaningful alternative sites (including supporting the proposed International Women’s Baseball Center Mu…
 
This week, we are joined by Nan Kempadoo, 340B internal auditor for Memorial Healthcare System in Hollywood, Fla. Nan is a certified pharmacy technician who spoke on the pharmacy technician roundtable at last month’s 340B Coalition Summer Conference. She discusses how pharmacy techs play an important role in the operations and compliance of 340B ho…
 
The Heart and Hustle Awards were announced last week and our boyfriends past and present were a lock Our Olympic Baseball rundown covers qHAR, the bullpen cart, the emotional Eddie Alvarez story, and Scott Kazmir and Nick Allen, two guys at opposite ends of their career getting a bump from the spotlight. Hooray for that, plus Brock Holt’s eephus, t…
 
We leave DC and travel to Montana, land of the Scotch Ale, but more importantly, home of Kate Bernot, the beer journalist and writer of Good Beer Hunting. Kate is in the leadership of the North American Guild of Beer Writers and is an award-winning author who writes for other publications such as Craft Beer & Brewing. Kate reveals why Montana’s reg…
 
Modern warfare is becoming increasingly dependent on the Electromagnetic Spectrum (EMS). All command and control, communications, ISR, precision guided munitions, GPS, and low observable (stealth) technology depend on the ability to control the EMS. Our competitors have recognized this and are manning, training, and equipping themselves to deny us …
 
The trade deadline gutted the Cubs and Nationals, sent hometown heroes across the country to make immediate impacts, and gave us the “Let’s Go, New Guy!” chant. Not to mention the upheaval in qHAR (quality Hair Above Replacement) with Joey Gallo to the Yankees and Freddy Galvis to the Phillies. Patti and the Pottymouth give you the rundown on the m…
 
Matias Vera Cruz Dutrenit, founder of Monstruo de Agua Cerveceria in Mexico City, joins us on the show to discuss how his brewery (part of the Colectivo Axolote) embraces Mexican terroir and seeks to support sustainable practices in beer production. We dive into the importance of agroecological-regenerative practices and how impactful they can be.…
 
The Cleveland Baseball Team officially becomes the Guardians, which requires footnotes (but we’ve got’em). It’s always Women in Baseball Week for NCiB, but this week it is official for the rest of the world. We re-cap the wildly successful Baseball for All Nationals and preview some steps to making college baseball more possible for women. We rant …
 
This week, we are joined by Steven Miller, vice president of pharmacy services at 340B Health. The Health Resources & Services Administration (HRSA) recently announced that annual 340B recertification for hospitals will begin on Aug. 16, 2021. Steve discusses what 340B hospitals need to know about preparing for recertification and avoiding common e…
 
African-American brewers have been producing beer in America for centuries. So why did it take until 2011 for the first black-owned brewery to open in DC? Today, Jacob, Mike, and Brandy dive into the systemic issues that resulted in exclusionary brewing scenes across the nation and whether or not the contract brewing model is beneficial. To underst…
 
Open systems architecture is changing the defense electronics market and business dynamics of the Department of Defense (DOD). Advancing software and hardware standards across DOD and military services is leading us to rethink the bridge that connects research & engineering (R&E) to acquisition. But challenges exist, including intellectual property…
 
The families of victims and shooting survivors react as the jury delivers its decision. You’ll hear from the chief prosecutor and the families sharing emotional comments outside the courthouse in Annapolis just minutes after the verdict. It’s a moment they’ve waited for more than three years. You’ll also learn about the fight some of the victims vo…
 
Jon Lundbom, Division manager from Importer, B.United joins us on the show. We dive into creative shipping solutions and how exciting international breweries are breaking into the U.S. market. Jon is also the jazz guitarist for the band "Big Five Cord"...we recommend sipping your favorite brew while listening to some of their albums.…
 
Congress is back in town, and it’s Infrastructure Week FOR REAL this time. Dean is joined by his colleagues at the firm, Republican Bruce Mehlman and Democrat David Thomas, to break down both infrastructure tracks, in both chambers, with predictions on what can get done before the August Recess. Plus, Biden’s Executive Order gets the attention of t…
 
NCIB officially endorses Sonny Gray’s solution to a rough pitching outing. Take a moment to get naked. If only that worked for all the pitchers from our Padres and Cleveland flocks currently on the IL and messing with our fantasy teams. Actually the solution to everything is ¡Más Kiké! Or vaccines. Getting vaxxed would have solved a lot of issues f…
 
"I was waiting to die. I was praying”. A Capital gazette reporter describes the terror caused by mass shooter Jarrod Ramos. Six survivors testified in his trial. A photographer said he "felt the wind against his neck” as shotgun pellets whizzed past his head and narrowly missed killing him. “Delusional.” That’s how a renowned psychiatric describes …
 
This week, we are joined by Bryan Jackson, chief administrative officer at Jefferson Regional Medical Center in Arkansas. Bryan discusses why he advocates for 340B at the federal and state levels, explains how to prepare for and participate in advocacy meetings with policymakers and their staff, and shares his advocacy success stories. Prior to the…
 
It’s the dog days of summer. Thirsts need to be quenched. What do we recommend? Your local homebrewers summer pints. Today, Brandy hangs out with Mike Lastort, lover of ska AND the incoming president for the DC Homebrewers Club. Mike tells us if his first homebrew was good or not, what he did to become a better homebrewer, and who ended up drinking…
 
Congress is in recess and there’s no better time to take a higher level look at the state of our politics and the elections ahead. To help with that that, Dean is joined by Washington Post columnist Henry Olsen. Dean and Henry break down the 2020 elections and what the down ballot results might mean for the 2022 Midterms. Henry sees warning signs i…
 
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