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As India navigates its way through the 21st-century, it confronts crucial challenges. Tune into India Speak, the podcast by the Centre for Policy Research (CPR), as experts shed light on some of the most important issues of our times and how India can address them. These issues include politics, climate change, governance, foreign policy, technology, state capacity, urbanisation, land rights, sanitation, economy and more.
 
Welcome to the Heart Saver Institute podcast, our goal is to provide you with quality Health and Safety information when you need it most. Voted #1 for CPR & First Aid Training, Heart Saver Institute continues to save people from dying in the workplace. Sticking to its mission to provide affordable, convenient, and reliable classes to individuals and companies all over the world. Here you will find fast and credible information on how to respond to emergencies when you need answers quickly. ...
 
A Big Heart is a podcast about living with heart disease. When Mike Papale was 17 years old he was seemingly healthy and being recruited to play basketball in college. On August 24, 2006, while working at a basketball camp, Mike slumped over and went into sudden cardiac arrest. There was no AED on site and doctors have said his chances of survival were one in a million. He was later diagnosed with Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy (HCM). Mike is currently the President & CEO of In A Heartbeat, a n ...
 
International Dispute Negotiation (IDN) is presented by CPR as an example of the ways professionals from different countries and backgrounds approach dispute resolution. The podcast is intended to help listeners understand the risks of disputes and shed insight on optimal ways of accepting, mitigating, and managing those risks in the real world, whether through mediation, arbitration, or litigation that arises far from home.
 
"Centennial Sounds," hosted by Brad Turner, spotlights contemporary classical music performed in Colorado and features exclusive sessions from the CPR Performance Studio as well as live recordings taken from concert venues and summer festivals around the Centennial State.
 
Mainland Safety offers training to all levels of first aid with CPR and AED (automated external defibrillator) including OFA I, II and III, Emergency FA – Level A CPR and AED, Standard FA – Level C CPR and AED, Foodsafe level course, Fall protection awareness training, Confined Space training course, and Forklift Training. https://mainlandsafety.ca
 
New York Times Best Selling author of "Confessions of A Prairie Bitch: How I Survived Nellie Oleson and Learned to Love Being Hated", Alison Arngrim is best known to viewers world-wide for her portrayal of the incredibly nasty "Nellie Oleson" on the much loved, long running hit television series "Little House On The Prairie," and continues to amuse audiences through her many film, television, stage and multi-media appearances. Her one woman show "Confessions of a Prairie Bitch", which starte ...
 
Weekly playlists and interviews featuring cutting edge bands and their influential roots. Whether you’re looking to start your record collection or touch up the fringes, Nick Brunner leads you through two hours of CapRadio’s curated new music mix.
 
Tahoe is a jewel in the Sierra Nevada, but climate change threatens to transform the region by the century’s end. CapRadio’s Ezra David Romero explores this petri dish for scientific research to see how Tahoe can help us confront the global climate crisis.
 
How can sexual assault survivors find a path to healing even when justice isn’t served? Host Sammy Caiola and Data Reporter Emily Zentner help us understand survivor experiences in the immediate aftermath of sexual violence and during police investigations. You’ll meet women searching for inner strength and legal resolution amid trauma, experts looking at the cracks in a law enforcement system that rarely yields rape convictions or even charges, detectives trying to solve some of the most di ...
 
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We're back! After a long hiatus, we're back to work, bringing you news and public affairs from around the world. Today we speak with Professor Anthony Monteiro of the Saturday Free School in Philadelphia, looking at the the work of philosopher Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel and its relevance to understanding the contemporary world. Please show your …
 
Welcome all! Sorry for the delay with the show! Had a crazy week last week! We open the show with a Justice Centre response to Quebec's Vaccine tax, We then review the Project Veritas findings in relation to the creation of Covid and the suppression of cures such as IVR and HCQ. We listen to Rand Paul shred lying Fauci about his e-mails before we c…
 
737. CPR’s Freestyle Countdown (And Just Like That) And just like that, we have a NEW number one Freestyle song at the top of the CPR’s Freestyle charts; but by only 3 votes This week’s show features a brand new song from Flygroove featuring Keenan Trevon, Just Dance available now Plus a mini mix by The Vynil Assassin, DJ Cliff Potts Hosted by CPR …
 
Contributor: Aaron Lessen, MD Educational Pearls: Pulse checks are necessary during CPR to check for return of spontaneous circulation (ROSC) Previous studies have shown that assessing ROSC with palpating for pulse are not a very consistent Study compared palpating pulses at carotid/femoral artery versus a newly contrived gold standard for pulse ch…
 
In his regular conversation with Governor Jared Polis, Ryan Warner asks about the state's response to the omicron variant, policy changes after The Marshall Fire, and the King Soopers strike. Then, high housing costs persist. And understanding U.S. history through the lens of the postal service and Cameron Blevins' book, "Paper Trails."…
 
Chico State returns with mostly in-person learning as the majority of CSU campuses opt to begin remotely. South Lake Tahoe’s affordable housing incentive program for locals. Author of “Forgotten California Murders.” Today's Guests Dr. Gayle Hutchinson, President of California State University, Chico joins us to discuss the university’s decision to …
 
CPR's Bente Birkland details the latest in the lawsuit against Mesa County Clerk and Recorder Tina Peters. Then, Denver native Nicole Lewis is now the launch director for a mission sending seven satellites into space on the wing of a 747. Plus, Denver journalist Josiah Hesse explores the use of cannabis in sports in his new book, "Runner's High."…
 
Reno and Chico hospitals discuss capacity and current pandemic challenges. Profile on the nearly 200 homeless deaths in Sacramento in 2021. An immersive “Forest Fire Exhibition” in Truckee. Today's Guests Dr. Jake Keeperman, Executive Medical Director of the Renown Transfer and Operations Center in Reno, and Dr. Marcia Nelson, Chief Medical Officer…
 
In this months EM Quick Hits podcast: Ken Milne expertly walks us through the 10 biggest EM papers of 2021, Brit Long on a careful structured approach to Febrile Neutropenia to improve outcomes, Catherine Varner on how not to miss Peripartum Cardiomyopathy, Joe Nemeth on Anaphylaxis update and Anand Swaminathan gives us his approach to the Crashing…
 
Contributor: Nick Hatch, MD Educational Pearls: Botulism requires a prompt clinical diagnosis as lab results can take about 5 days to return Whale blubber, honey, home fermented foods, homemade wine (especially the wine made in prison), and improperly stored canned food can all contain the toxin The botulinum toxin is create by a Clostridium botuli…
 
Contributor: Ricky Dhaliwal, MD Educational Pearls: Esophageal food impaction can be managed in the ED prior to calling GI for endoscopy Coca-cola, glucagon, benzodiazepines, calcium channel blockers, and dissolved nitroglycerin are all options to try For pediatric patients, weighted bougies can be used under sedation to attempt retrieval of the fo…
 
Democratic Congressman Ed Perlmutter talks about his decision not to run for re-election after eight terms. Then, assessing the start of the legislative session and the State of the State address. Also, a woman returns to her neighborhood after the Marshall Fire. El Taco Rey, a longtime Colorado Springs restaurant, is closing.…
 
As cases of COVID-19 climb in Colorado, the omicron variant creates new unknowns in the effort to predict the path of the virus. Then, an update on the King Soopers strike and the bigger picture of organized labor. Also, the disparity in college rates among Hispanic men. And, preserving the Ute Mountain Ute language.…
 
Book “Taking Down Backpage: Fighting the World’s Largest Sex Trafficker.” Sacramento’s historically Black neighborhood lost 24% of Black residents. Sac Black Chamber purchases first headquarters. Remembering farm-to-fork pioneer Suzanne Ashworth. Today's Guests Prosecutor Maggy Krell discusses her new book, “Taking Down Backpage: Fighting the World…
 
A Louisville couple returns to the ruins of the home they lost in the Marshall fire. And, a nonprofit helps fire victims. Then, CPR reporter Andrew Kenney on economic resets in the pandemic. Also, new state laws that took effect January 1. Plus, a Denver Rescue Mission program for people in recovery. Finally, a new school uses the community as a cl…
 
Gov. Newsom’s initial state budget proposal, which includes a $45.7 billion surplus. Chairwoman of the California Republican Party discusses priorities for the midterm election. Head of the Sacramento Public Library retires. Today's Guests CapRadio Politics Reporter Nicole Nixon breaks down Governor Gavin Newsom’s initial state budget proposal, whi…
 
Lawmakers return to the state capitol Wednesday. House Speaker Alec Garnett and House Minority Leader Hugh McKean share some of the priorities and challenges as they convene. Then, reality star Colton’ Underwood’s journey after coming out brings him to Colorado for support and connection. Plus, remembering Colorado abstract painter Clark Richert.…
 
Updated on Jan. 1, 2022 at 11:01 a.m. How school athletes will be impacted by COVID-19 protocols. Interactive California Wildfire History map shows how fires have changed over time. Historical context of the January 6th insurrection and how it can shape midterm elections. Today's Guests Assistant Commissioner of the CIF Sac-Joaquin Section, Will De…
 
Contributor: Aaron Lessen, MD Educational Pearls: Biggest study to date examined new protocol for repeat head CT in anticoagulated elderly patients with head trauma and an initial negative head CT 0.5%-6% of patients in this category will get a delayed ICH and this can occur up to a week out from initial injury 18% of the study group had an ICH on …
 
Missy Franklin is an Olympic gold medal swimmer, but that’s not what defines her. She shares her journey through depression at the University of Colorado’s Depression Center. Plus, how the center's helping train CU coaches to support athletes' mental health. Then, preserving former Israeli prime minister Golda Meir’s Colorado legacy.…
 
Sacramento County’s initiative to place mental health clinicians in every school to create “Centers of Wellness.” The Youth Advisory Board discusses what’s missing on campuses. NPR Science Correspondent Michaeleen Doucleff’s new book “Hunt, Gather, Parent.” Today's Guests Sacramento County Office of Education Superintendent Dave Gordon and Dr. Chri…
 
Contributor: Alicia Oberle, MD Educational Pearls: Nitrous oxide (N2O) can cause a vitamin B12 deficiency in patients after regular use N2O is used in procedural sedation but also as a popular recreational drug N2O binds and inactivate B12 in the body, therefore decreasing usable supply Lack of B12, which is essential for myelinating nerves, can le…
 
Welcome Frens, today we open the show by highlighting Justanidiots new narrative switch that mirrors that of fascist dictators of the past, after the intro we dive into the mandate discussion now happening among our elected employees both federally and provincially, the next article covered offers an explanation as to why the globalist puppets seem…
 
We get life-saving tips from Micki Trost, of Colorado's emergency management division. Then, the survival story of a cat name Merlin. Plus, pet sociologist Leslie Irvine on the toll the Marshall Fire took on critters. Plus, Judge Raymond Jones was an early Black judge, and now his Denver neighborhood is a historic landmark.…
 
736. CPR’s Freestyle Countdown (The First Countdown of 2022) Welcome to the first Freestyle Countdown of 2022 On this edition, Mr Exclusive is back with new music from Antonio Mercado, LET ME LOVE YOU Antonio Mercado’s new single “LET ME LOVE YOU ~pg. 29” will be released only on CD on January 20, 2022!!! Digital copy will be available at a later d…
 
CPR’s Jenny Brundin finds educators, kids, and families are between a rock and a viral hard place. Then, our D.C. correspondent Caitlyn Kim shares memories of last year's insurrection. Plus, Valèria Martinez Tenreiro wants to improve Latinos' access to mental health care. And, a new mixed-use development in Denver features a gardeny gash.…
 
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