A podcast dedicated to stories of being.
ASOA’s Administrative Beginners Circle was developed to assist new administrators who have 4 years or less of ophthalmic practice management experience in their practice management journey. Go to ASOA.org/abc, or find them on Facebook. Compliance Horror Stories is a production of the ASOA ABC Taskforce. Subscribe to us on iTunes, Google Podcasts, Spotify, or Stitcher for more Compliance Horror Stories. If you dare…
Welcome to Patient Paradox Podcast. My name is Mark Sleeper and I’m 30 yrs. old living with a chronic, life threatening disease called Cystic Fibrosis (or CF the easier name). I’m here to share the untold stories of some truly inspiring people who are battling or have battled life threatening health conditions. Along the way we will hear from brilliant doctors too.
We are living in a remarkable period of unprecedented knowledge creation, a time in which we face extreme global challenges but also incredible opportunities for addressing them. In this podcast from the University of California, San Francisco, we go behind the scenes of some of the most interesting and important breakthroughs in human biology and patient care. Each episode brings you deeply personal stories of the curiosity, inspiration, and sacrifice it takes to solve the most difficult pr ...
There is so much more to Japan than Samurai and Sushi! Join hosts Noel and Mike as they chat to Olympians, Paralympians, Sumo Wrestlers, Historians and more to discover the most fascinating, surprising and untold stories from the world of Japanese Sport. The perfect podcast for Japan-fans, sports-fans and just about everyone in between. Web: JapanSportStories.comTwitter: @JSStories
Who doesn't love an interesting story about medicine? A wise person once said that "stories are the currency of medicine". Whether it be a clinician's tale, non-medical personnel's experience, or a patient offering their perspective, join Timothy Gentry as he interviews fascinating people from all over the world about their experience or encounter with medicine.
When bad things happen, how do people bloom? What can we learn from those who thrive when the going gets tough? Amazing life stories of resilience, practical advice, and quirky, intelligent chat from hosts Dr Steve (clinical hypnotherapist) and Susie (writer, baker, parent, cancer patient).
A twice-monthly news magazine program, with interviews and documentaries, about the people and issues surrounding this city in Central Ontario.
RN Drive takes you behind the day’s headlines, with an engaging mix of current affairs, analysis, arts and culture from across Australia and around the world.
JCO's Cancer Stories: The Art of Oncology podcast series consists of author interviews and professional readings of the section’s content. This platform provides our authors with the opportunity to comment on their work, and provides better accessibility for our readers and stimulates more conversations. Cancer Stories: The Art of Oncology publishes personal essays, reflections and opinions in the Journal of Clinical Oncology, giving our readers a chance to reflect on important aspects of pr ...
Prayer amid Pandemic is a podcast to encourage and sharpen the church during this season of coronavirus. Twice a week we’ll give you stories of Christian individuals and communities whose lives and faith were shaped by sickness. We’ll also get an update on the latest on the COVID-19 situation and pray together, hearing from Christians around the world.
This is MedTech True Quality Stories, hosted by Jon Speer, founder and VP of QA/RA at Greenlight Guru. Each week, we embark on a new storytelling journey with different MedTech executives as they share real-world, actionable best practices for medical device leaders. Listeners will gain invaluable insights into how these industry pioneers are successfully imagining, implementing, and improving True Quality medical devices.
Ask the Specialist is a podcast for health professionals who work with Aboriginal patients. Created in the Northern Territory of Australia, doctors from Royal Darwin Hospital ask Larrakia, Tiwi and Yolngu leaders to answer their questions which span clinical to philosophical issues. The Specialists are: Aunty Bilawara Lee, Pirrawayingi Puruntatameri, Rarrtjiwuy Melanie Herdman and Bernadette Nethercott. Podcast hosts: Vicki Kerrigan and Stuart Yiwarr McGrath. This podcast is part of a PhD pr ...
How do you create interactive theatre when the audience can't leave their home?The global pandemic has been a nightmare for theatre companies around the world and we've seen many different solutions as troupes find ways to work around the restrictions.Swamp Motel created something completely different - an interactive story that has the audience hu…
Pyongyang confirms they have successful launched a ballistic missile from submarine.
The release comes after ASEAN excluded the Junta's leader from its summit this month
Scientific consensus that humans are altering the climate may have surpassed 99.9 per cent, according to new peer-reviewed research that examined nearly 90-thousand climate related studies.
The House of Representatives has voted against referring Christian Porter's use of a blind trust to the privileges committee, despite the Speaker giving precedence.
Former premier Mike Baird tells ICAC Gladys Berejiklian should have disclosed relationship with Daryl Maguire
Now Tokyo 2020 is all behind us, was it all worth it? What were the highlights and why were we so quiet during the games? In a special episode, we reminisce about the games, how our guests performed, and talk about what the future hold for sport in Japan and our podcast. Get in touch with us: JSStoriespod@gmail.com Twitter: @JSStories Website Japan…
It has been one month since schools reopened in Afghanistan, but 50 per cent of secondary students have been locked out of the classroom.
Doctors in Victoria say urgent elective surgeries are being postponed as resources are being diverted to deal with Covid-19 patients. The number of people waiting for surgery has soared and with many healthcare workers experiencing burnout there are concerns about how long this crisis will last.
The latest Ethical Fashion Report is out today and hands in a mixed report card for Australia's biggest brands.
Over the weekend the National Farmers' Federation met with the Nationals party room ahead of a decision on a net-zero emissions by 2050 target, so what was the result?ABC News: Matt Roberts による
Nationals MPs have met for a third time in as many days, today joined by Liberal MPs but there's still no commitment on net zero.ABC News による
Dust-up over a Yelp review, and a missing flash drive containing patient information wreaks havoc.
For many Australian men, societal expectations dictate what they can and can't do. They feel they must act a certain way, or do certain things, in order to be a man. But acting in line with those expectations can be harmful not only to themselves, but also to those around them. So, what can be done?
Queensland has unveiled its path to reopen borders with travellers from interstate hot spots able to enter the state again from next month but they'll have to quarantine at home for two weeks.AAP: Glenn Hunt による
A federal inquiry into the destruction of the Juukan Gorge rock shelters has recommended urgent changes to cultural heritage legislation to protect sacred sites across the nation.The report comes almost 18 months after mining company, Rio Tinto, blew up the 46,000-year-old caves in the Pilbara region of Western Australia. Jamie Lowe, CEO of the Nat…
"It is time to slow the locomotive down, an out-of-control locomotive hurtling towards the abyss. There is still time."In a keynote speech over the weekend, Pope Francis called for an end to arms manufacturing; debt forgiveness; releasing the patents on vaccines; and a more thoughtful approach from media and technology companies.But will the words …
As debate continues within the Coalition over a net-zero by 2050 target former prime minister Malcolm Turnbull has accused his successor of being determined not to lead on climate change.
The National Party have again met to debate the Liberal Party's plan to reach net-zero emissions by 2050.
Hey, remember the regular ole, seasonal flu shot? We still need it, despite that other shot getting all the attention. And our medical officer of health tells us why the flu shot is as important as ever. Those stone walls near Kirkfield look mighty imposing – and they're filled with the history of the family that built them. George Laidlaw’s great-…
Our My Feed guest talks amateur sleuths, transphobia in comedy and the return of the brick phone.
This week we're asking the tough questions on who's going to Glasgow for COP-26, who's making a political comeback, what not to put in your baked goods, talking bins and Nobel Peace prize laureates. Comedians and writers Cal Wilson and Dave O'Neil face off in this instalment of Let's Get Quizzical to see who knows more about the news, politics and …
Do you find yourself waking up before dawn thinking about your biggest fears, failures and regrets? You're not alone.
Former Liberal Opposition leader John Hewson and SBS Chief Political Correspondent Anna Henderson discuss climate politics and NSW
New South Wales has vowed to become the first state to reopen to the world from November but the Prime Minister says tourists won't be allowed yet.
Rosemary Laing is an acclaimed Australian artist, whose interventions on the landscape disrupt and challenge our normal perspectives and speak to the culture, the history, and the context of the land that she depicts.
Hermit crabs rap. Yep, you read that right. They rap...just not in the way you think. But new research has found their ability to do so may be getting negatively affected by microplastics in the ocean. Our guest Bella Charlesworth, a marine biologist from UNSW's Biological, Earth and Environmental Sciences talks us through this, and new research on…
Why does 'the ick' happen? And can you come back from it?
There are now zero active cases after local health authorities declared the last two infected people were clear of the virus.
New Yorkers heading past Times Square's biggest billboard will see an interesting message ahead of Cop26 after a home grown crowdfunding effort.
More than 130,000 thousand jobs were lost last month, with the unemployment rate rising slightly to 4.6 per cent in September.
The National Farmers Federation has stepped up its support for a net-zero emissions by 2050 target, saying it's time to position Australia as a leader on climate change.
Papua New Guinea has fully vaccinated less than one per cent of their total population and is now recording hundreds of cases every day.
Childhood accounts are rare in historical record but a collection of letters from a young Malcolm Fraser are being made available to the public by the University of Melbourne. But what can the letters tell us about the boy who would go on to become prime minister?
Type 2 Diabetes is Australia's fastest growing chronic disease. Now medical journalist Dr Michael Mosley is teaming up with exercise physiologist Ray Kelly want to examine the effects of this deadly disease and try and find ways to try and ward it off.
It's been an unsolvable puzzle which could unlock the elixir of life, a cure for all ailments and turn base metals into gold. But now an Australian research fellow and data scientist has taken just two weekends to crack the 400 year old code to unlock the recipe... so what comes next?
Australia risks losing more than $12 billion in national income and several thousand jobs if South Korea, China and G7 members follow the EU and introduce carbon tariffs according to a new Climate Council report.
States are increasingly going their own way on cutting emissions as the Federal Coalition continues to nut out a deal on a path to net-zero by 2050.
Australia isn't the only nation with an ageing population and staring down substantial population decline. The baby boomer generation is going to leave behind significant population challenges, but perhaps China faces the most significant issues.
Will a federal government mental health strategy focused on early intervention help curb the nations youth mental health crisis?
The United Nations Climate Change conference is due to start in Glasgow at the end of the month but we're still lacking clarity on the government's climate policy.A series of reports by the Grattan Institute called Towards Net Zero outline practical policy ideas that could help us reduce emissions, in their latest report they say that, despite its …
Does any part of you miss life on the inside?
Rife throughout the Party - That's how Federal Labor M-P Anthony Byrne described the practice of branch stacking while giving evidence at Victoria's Independent Broad-based Anti-corruption Commission so just how prevalent is it?
The G20 will meet over the future of Afghanistan, as the UN Secretary General sounds the alarm about Afghanistan's economy being on the brink of collapse. It comes as the Senate continues to investigate Australia's exit and evacuation from the nation, where more than 280 Australians or permanent residents remain.…
For many of us, sharks tend to be a source of fear.But for Valerie Taylor, they've been a wonderful part of her life, with personalities as varied as puppies.Valerie has swum with sharks all over the world, captured remarkable footage, and led conservation efforts to get us to rethink our relationship with these animals.A new film, Valerie Taylor: …
United States officials met with the Taliban over the weekend for their first face-to-face talks since American troops pulled out from the country in August.Issues such as containing extremist groups and humanitarian aid were set to be on the table at the talks in Doha but are there any signs that actual agreements were reached?…
An independent authority and a new children's safety framework is required as part of the ACT's plan to to raise the age of criminal responsibility, according to an independent review.
As New South Wales embarks on its so called Freedom Day, Victoria continues to see daily case number totalling more than 1,600.
Gender bias is an issue that toy giant Lego has put front of mind in recent years, and now it's looking to free its products and marketing of such bias. But what will that look like and what signal does that send to the rest of the toy industry?
Fully vaccinated New South Wales residents have enjoyed their first day of relaxed covid-19 restrictions.