This multi-part written series of articles is now available in podcast form. Dr. Drew reads “A History of Opium,” which includes additional commentary from recognized experts (available only in this version). A previous Weekly Infusion podcast with Internal Medicine/ Addiction specialists Dr. Drew and Dr. Bruce Heischober welcome a variety of guests and explore topics ranging from everyday health issues, to the latest medical breakthroughs and treatments, to incredible stories of the ER.
By Playroom Podz
In this podcast, two brothers openly discuss the world of transport medicine. Heavy Lies the Helmet touches on critically ill and injured patients in addition to the controversies surrounding their management. Though tailored to the transport environment, our information is applicable to any discipline working in an emergency and/or intensive care setting. We utilize the most recent evidence to provide applicable and accurate information that can assist in improving individual clinical practice and overall program operations.
By Mike & Bryan Boone
The LowDown Podcast focuses on topics like health, wellness, fraternity and sorority community, higher education and life skills that women need in all stages of their lives. Featuring experts in that field who share their insight and knowledge. Finally, hear from inspiring, empowering and ambitious Sigma Kappas. Tune in every other week for a new episode.
By Sigma Kappa Sorority
Welcome to the leading podcast for financial empowerment and wealth creation. Subscribe to this podcast so you don’t miss an episode. You can connect with Jason on social media and subscribe to the Jason Graystone YouTube Channel for weekly videos Don’t forget to also subscribe to the weekly newsletter to receive frequent educational content and action steps to help you design your life so you can be who you want to be. For news on all future events and updates, go to jasongraystone.com
By Jason Graystone
The objective of “That’s What I Believe” is to explore the potential of conversations between people who are interested in new ideas and the advancement of old. By challenging each other’s thoughts and opinions, we hope to better understand the origin of beliefs. Even though many of us are no longer in school, that is no reason we cannot continue our education. Conversation is not a born ability, but a skill developed over time. It used to be the only way people learned and there is no reason why we cannot maximize the benefits of shared conversation today
By Jim and Tom
John Wister Elementary is a tiny school in a poor Philadelphia neighborhood. And it sparked a huge citywide debate. After months of bitter acrimony, district leaders pushed out the school’s faculty and gave control of Wister to a charter organization. In Season two of Schooled, based on years of reporting, we ask three questions: did that change make a difference for kids? Why? At what cost? Throughout the season, we follow the story of Jovan Weaver, who attended Philly public schools and overcame a traumatic childhood to become Wister’s new principal. His goal: create a school good enough for his own children to attend. Subscribe to the podcast today.
By Keystone Crossroads
Gallup Webcasts are for those who want to help others understand their Clifton StrengthsFinder Results. Gallup experts and independent managers and coaches share tactics and strategies to help others maximize the talents. Find more at http://gallup.com
By Gallup Webcasts