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We are The Nocturnists, a San Francisco-based independent medical storytelling community. Since 2016, we’ve produced over a dozen live storytelling shows in the Bay Area and New York City, three seasons of our podcast, and two special audio diary series: "Stories from a Pandemic" and "Black Voices in Healthcare." Welcome to our community.
 
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BT Focus

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BT Focus

Centria Autism

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Dedicated to the Behavior Technician Experience in the delivery of Applied Behavior Analysis. You will hear from leaders in field, stories shared by fellow technicians, and walk away with practical tips to improve your practice.
 
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Earn Your Leisure

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Earn Your Leisure

The Black Effect and iHeartRadio

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Welcome to The Earn Your Leisure Podcast. Rashad Bilal and Troy Millings will be your host. Earn Your Leisure will be giving you behind the scenes financial views into the entertainment and sports industries as well as highlighting back stories of entrepreneurs. We will also be breaking down business models and examining the latest trends in finance. Earn Your Leisure is a college business class mixed with pop culture. We blend the two together for a unique and exciting look into the world o ...
 
Design Thinking 101: Learning, Leading, and Applying Design Thinking Design Thinking 101 helps listeners learn about design-driven innovation, connect design thinking to strategy and action, and explore learning from challenges overcome while applying design thinking and related innovation approaches. You'll hear design practitioners' stories, lessons, ideas, resources, and tips. Our guests share insights on how to deliver results with design thinking in business, social innovation, educatio ...
 
Welcome! Dr. John Nelson reveals how science, mathematics, data, and analytics can be used to tell meaningful stories and the steps you can take in your organization to improve your work environment and the outcomes of your patients. This podcast is for clinicians, operations, executives, and technologists seeking to advance their career and make a difference in healthcare. Dr. Nelson's experience includes work in 46 countries and with over 400 organizations. He is recognized as an expert an ...
 
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My DPC Story

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My DPC Story

Maryal Concepcion, MD

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As the Direct Primary Care and Direct Care models grow, many physicians are providing care to patients in different ways. This podcast is to introduce you to some of those folks and to hear their stories. Go ahead, get a little inspired. Heck, jump in and join the movement! Visit us online at mydpcstory.com
 
The Game-Changing Women of Healthcare is a podcast celebrating courage, perseverance, creativity, and vision in the pursuit of healthcare innovation. Join host Meg Escobosa in conversation with some of the most inspiring and forward-thinking women working in healthcare today. Meg goes behind the scenes to uncover previously untold stories of struggle and success in a notoriously complex and highly regulated industry. As the worlds of healthcare and technology continue to converge, and as wom ...
 
Health Innovation Matters is a biweekly, 30-minute podcast focusing on the next generation of healthcare innovators and movers-and-shakers who are disrupting the healthcare space. This podcast is all about increasing awareness of future health trends, accelerating technologies, and art and design perspectives. The podcast also provides a forum for elevating public discourse on ways healthcare can be more accessible, less costly, and more efficient. You'll hear about dynamic collaborations, b ...
 
Are you looking to better understand and apply innovation theories, methods, and tools? Do you need to think about your business or industry in a different way? Join the Sherpas as they conduct spirited conversations and tell compelling stories to guide you along your innovation expedition. Get your gear ready! Business Model Innovation, Human-Centered Design and Strategic Partnerships @SherpaPod @HealthPodNet Music Credit: Aurus Audio
 
In "The Patient is In,” the StuffThatWorks podcast, community members recount their personal stories about dealing with chronic illness and disease, and share how a mix of strength, courage and science helped them through. Hear stories showcasing what’s possible when people are empowered to advocate for their own health, or the health of their loved ones.
 
Our podcast Redefining Medicine captures the journeys and stories of healthcare practitioners and innovative visionaries, all of whom are actively changing the way medicine is practiced. Through a more personal and intimate perspective, our interviews will spotlight the most current health technologies, practices, and protocols. As the convergence of medicine and technology strengthens, our podcast will continue to illuminate the most innovative and groundbreaking research--and the clinician ...
 
Julie Foucher MD, MS is a four-time CrossFit Games athlete and family physician. Her passion lies in bridging the gap between fitness and medicine to empower individuals to live healthier, more fulfilling lives. She brings you weekly content on Tuesdays alternating between expert interviews and stories from everyday individuals who have used lifestyle to overcome health challenges.
 
Behind The Story is the podcast that goes beyond the headline. Through lively conversations with company leaders, politicians and other specialists in their field, each episode offers enlightening responses to recent stories that have fascinated us. If you are interested in hearing industry experts explain solutions to some of society’s most pressing problems in a fun and exciting way, Behind The Story is a must listen.
 
Drug Safety Matters brings you the best stories from the world of pharmacovigilance. Through in-depth interviews with our guests, we cover new research and trends, and explore the most pressing issues in medicines safety today. Produced by Uppsala Monitoring Centre, the WHO Collaborating Centre for International Drug Monitoring.
 
This Week In Health IT is dedicated to propelling healthcare forward by amplifying the voices of advancement and innovation in health technology. Managing Editor and Host Bill Russell has served on executive teams in healthcare, higher education, and Fortune 500 consulting practices. As Chief Information Officer for St. Joseph Health, a 16 hospital $6.5 billion system, he rapidly accelerated the diffusion of new IT strategies, adopted emerging models like cloud, agile development, and invest ...
 
Nutricia’s Caring for Rare explores what life is like with a rare metabolic disorder – from difficulties at diagnosis to adapting to condition management to thriving in everyday joys. Episodes feature personal experiences with rare inborn errors of metabolism like phenylketonuria (PKU). These stories may not be representative of all rare metabolic disorders, and this podcast in no way replaces the guidance and supervision of metabolic healthcare professionals. Guests on Caring for Rare are c ...
 
Design is Everywhere features stories of people and organizations using design to make an impact and change the world. Host Sam Aquillano discusses topics with guests across the Design Museum’s 12 Impact Areas: Vibrant Cities, Healthcare, Social Impact, Workplace Innovation, Play, Sustainability, Education, Data Visualization, Entrepreneurship, Diversity, Business, and Civic Innovation.
 
Have you ever asked, “WTF?,” about politics? Or, “who are these people making decisions about my life?” Political Theater pulls back the curtain on the stunts, antics and motivations that drive Washington. Host Jason Dick and the Roll Call team spotlight the spectacle, the players and what’s going on behind the curtain in Washington’s long-running drama: Congress.
 
We're dispensing stories of success from across the continuum of care. Talk to Your Pharmacist is a podcast for pharmacists, student pharmacists, and others across the country to hear from industry leaders about their leadership stories and current healthcare topics. The Talk to Your Pharmacist podcast was founded and hosted by pharmacist, Dr. Hillary Blackburn.
 
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From midnight Thursday, Melbourne's lockdown will end early with the state reaching the 70 per cent vaccination target, while some restrictions including regional travel bans will remain until the state hits 80 per cent.As Australia enters the 'living with COVID' phase - there's ongoing concern about the ability of healthcare systems to cope with a…
 
It started off as an attempt by an NBC reporter to cover up a profane chant at the Talladega Superspeedway, but the “Let’s go Brandon” meme is making its rounds across the United States. “Let’s Go Brandon” (or more accurately –“F**k Joe Biden”) is now regularly chanted during sporting events and music concerts and has even become a top song on the …
 
Last year we had the honor of having Mark Cuban as a guest. During his legendary episode, he referenced a company that he invested in on Shark Tank, called Twist It Up. Twist It Up is a hair grooming company that has a unique patent for a comb in the shape of a miniature tennis racket, which is designed to twist hair. He said the reason that he inv…
 
In a rare rebuke, the South East Asian leaders have shunned the military junta in Myanmar, saying the country's prime minister isn't welcome at next week's ASEAN summit. Since the junta seized power in February, the UN estimates the Burmese army has killed more than 11-hundred civilians and the regime's decision this week to release thousands of po…
 
Earlier this month Former Matildas star Lisa de Vanna publicly alleged that she had been bullied, sexually harassed and ostracised on a number of occasions during her international career. While Football Australia has already set out to improve processes in reporting harassment and abuse, responses to the allegations have highlighted critical tensi…
 
Independent MP Helen Haines says the National Party has misread the enthusiasm of country Australians for the decarbonisation of the economy. She says a raft of local solar, wind and battery projects in her north eastern Victorian seat of Indi underscores the support in regional communities for clean technologies.…
 
The death of an Afghan interpreter at the hands of the Taliban has refocussed attention on all the people who worked with Australian forces in Afghanistan, but who have now been left behind. Immigration Minister Alex Hawke says the situation is dangerous and difficult, but the Government is still committed to rescuing more people from the country…
 
The second season of the ABC's award winning podcast "Stuff The British Stole" will appear in your podcast streams today, delving into the murky history behind some of the world's most prized acquisitions.The first episode tells the story of some rare Maori wood carvings that were about to be auctioned off in London when the New Zealand government …
 
By defining your ideal job description clearly and specifically, you are more likely to find that unicorn job and achieve fulfillment in your medical career. Our special guest today is Dr. Jim Neuenschwander, an ER physician at Genesis HealthCare System in Zanesville, Ohio. With a wide range of interests, he juggles being a research director, an as…
 
“My superpower is asking questions, and that's pretty good training for just about anything,” says Raise the Line guest Esther Dyson. She has decades of experience as an advisor to and investor in companies in a wide range of sectors -- from education, to healthcare, to information technology. Her current focus is Welville, an organization she foun…
 
"There has been a growing wave of entrepreneurial physicians finding joy and value in starting consulting and coaching businesses. Many use their expertise to work with physicians exclusively. Our company has been excited to play a part in better spotlighting these businesses. Today it is now even easier to find doctors who can give you guidance on…
 
Healthcare practitioners and wearables experts provide insights on several different types of wearable devices for CrossFit and health, including trackers for workouts, sleep, recovery, and blood glucose. The panelists share the most useful metrics to track, why personalized data and experimentation are so crucial for improving health and performan…
 
Do no harm. Thou shalt not kill. Life is sacred and should be protected at all costs, right? But when is life no longer worth living? Who decides? And what do we do about it? In this episode, Emily discusses the murky ethical dilemmas of medical aid in dying with award-winning journalist Katie Engelhart, the author of The Inevitable: Dispatches On …
 
Glennette Clark is a UX researcher and an entrepreneur. We talk about UX research, research teams, and UX Camp DC. Listen to learn about: UX research — What is it? The U.S. Digital Service Onboarding new team members Trauma-informed research and design UXCamp DC and the unconference format Our Guest Glennette Clark is a design researcher at United …
 
One in four women have experienced physical violence by an intimate partner during their lifetime, according to the National Intimate Partner Sexual Violence Survey. In this special two-part episode for Domestic Violence Awareness Month, we speak with Willow House Clinical Director Havi Kang as she shares how domestic abuse not only includes violen…
 
In this episode, our guest is Carm Huntress who co-founded RxRevu with the mission to create a more seamless, cost-effective prescribing experience for patients and providers. Since 2013, Carm has helped develop the industry’s leading Prescription Decision Support solution, which allows providers to select appropriate medication options for their p…
 
19-year-old student and author Isabelle Duff has documented her ups and downs with battles of anxiety and depression in the form of a children's book. Picture book 'Cookie' focuses on an uplifting friendship between a girl and her pet puppy to open up conversations of mental health to children.
 
17 American and Canadian missionaries, including children, associated with an Ohio-based organisation called Christian Aid Ministries have been kidnapped by a street gang in Haiti.They were kidnapped in the capital Port Au Prince after leaving an orphanage on Saturday and efforts to try and liberate them are underway.…
 
The Queensland Government says it will unite families for Christmas, with plans to open the border to fully vaccinated travellers from New South Wales, the ACT and Victoria by December 17th. The Government's three stage plan will also mean that unvaccinated Queensland residents could start to see restrictions for the first time.…
 
Despite some Nationals voicing their opposition, a net zero by 2050 target has a majority in Federal Cabinet, in the Liberal Party Room and possibly in the Nationals Party Room, meaning a deal is only "a matter of time".The chief political correspondent for The Sydney Morning Herald and The Age David Crowe joins RN Breakfast to discuss the latest d…
 
The Prime Minister says Cabinet will commit to a binding net zero emissions target by 2050, with or without the support of the National Party. Leading Liberal moderate Dave Sharma says forging ahead with carbon neutrality will give investment confidence to business and capital markets and draw to a close the decade-long climate wars.…
 
Resources Minister Keith Pitt says the Nationals are still not convinced to support the Government's plan for net zero carbon emissions by 2050. While the talks with the Liberals are ongoing, Keith Pitt has stressed that the Nationals are an independent party determined to protect jobs and industries in regional Australia.…
 
The Parliamentary Committee investigating the destruction of the 46,000 year old Juukan Gorge caves by mining giant Rio Tinto has recommended sweeping changes to heritage laws.In its final report, the Committee said responsibility for protecting sacred Aboriginal sites should rest with the Minister for Indigenous Australians, not the Minister for t…
 
Dr. Dan Reidenberg is the Executive Director of SAVE.org, Managing Director of the National Council for Suicide Prevention and is a Special Advisor to the International Association for Suicide Prevention. He is a Certified Psychological Autopsy Investigator and serves on several national and international editorial boards. Dr. Reidenberg worked on …
 
This week on the Caixin-Sinica Business Brief: China’s central bank rebukes Evergrande but tries concerns over contagion from its massive debt crisis; prices soar in China for lithium, a key component of batteries for electric vehicles; European businesses ask for clarity in power policy amid shortfalls and rationing; the U.N. Biodiversity Conferen…
 
HFMA's Brad Dennison and Paul Barr discuss Healthcare 2030, a four-part series exploring the challenges and opportunities for CFOs and other healthcare leaders created by the evolving industry, looking ahead to 2030. Danielle Solomon, national healthcare industry partner at BKD, and Mike Morris, president and CEO of XTend Healthcare, talk about the…
 
In this episode, we are proud to announce the launch of the Centria Team Member Support Center! This team is dedicated to providing exceptional customer support to our employees to achieve faster, easier, and more streamlined solutions. We sit down with Tom Cattel and Norman Hartman who have played an instrumental role in the launch of the Support …
 
"Transections, eviscerations, exsanguinations, amputations, decapitations, disembowelments, penetrations, disarticulations, emasculations, enucleations, incinerations—these things he has seen. But of late he chooses to see only the glimmering vials. His vision fades and darkens as he draws closer to the OR where the ultimate reality lies prepped, d…
 
Welcome to another episode of Simply Unbreakable brought to you by Chronically Simple. Your hosts, Kristy Dickinson and Brenda Agnew are joined today by Adam Johnson. Adam is a dad with a rare disease who shares his experiences to help raise awareness of life with a rare disease. In today’s episode, Adam shares openly how his journey was from start…
 
The healthcare system doesn't really get too concerned about your risk of heart disease until you're middle aged - but the risk starts earlier in life and your arteries begin to silt up even in adolescence, and a recent study suggests it's worth checking the level of your bad cholesterol when you're in your 30s.…
 
During COVID we've become more comfortable with what's called digital health - the online record-keeping used to track information about our health care. To help find out what information we'd actually find useful, the Australian Digital Health Agency is conducting a community survey and there's still time to complete it.…
 
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