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Speak Up

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Speak Up

Speak Up: A Speech Pathology Australia Podcast

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The Speak Up podcast by Speech Pathology Australia highlights conversations with esteemed contributors in the speech pathology space. We explore key issues in the profession, in a short and easy to listen to format.
 
The Speech Uncensored Podcast is your one-stop shop to dig into the world of medical Speech and Language Pathology. We unpack therapy techniques, critique assessment protocols, and discuss resources to enhance your practice. You’ll hear from passionate SLPs in the field, eager to share their knowledge and experience. We also sit down with neurologists, radiologists, ENTs, rehab physicians, patients, and caregivers. Check out www.speechuncensored.com for the show notes and discussion guides.
 
This work describes and analyzes several cases of pathological behavior. The interest comes not only from the cases themselves, but also from the of-its-time analysis which is mired in what we now know to be wrong thinking about mental illness, sexuality, gender, and race. - written by Mary Schneider
 
Join Speech-Language Pathologist: Michelle Dawson, MS, CCC-SLP, CLC for First Bite - Fed, Fun and Functional Resources for the Pediatric SLP. Each episode is available for .1 ASHA CEUs through SpeechTherapyPD.com. If you're a SLP who has more questions than answers when it comes to treating your medically complex/fragile pediatric patients, this podcast is for you! Michelle offers her own unique insights and interviews colleagues that are experts in their respective fields with the goal of i ...
 
Listen in as Dr. Karen helps pediatric therapists become better leaders, so they can make a bigger impact with their services. With over 15 years of experience supporting school-age kids with diverse learning needs, Dr. Karen shares up-to-date evidence-based practices, her own experiences, and guest interviews designed to help clinicians and educators feel more confident in the way they serve their caseloads, so they can help school-age kids grow up to be successful, kind, well-adjusted peop ...
 
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The ResearchWorks Podcast

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The ResearchWorks Podcast

Dr Dayna Pool and Dr Ashleigh Thornton

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ResearchWorks is designed for health professionals in the area of child health, where we discuss emerging, modern, evidence based research - the behind the scenes stories, interviews with world renowned authors and researchers, material that never made the papers and a breakdown on how you can implement this into your clinical practice.
 
Welcome to SpeechGoods, a no fluff real talk speech therapy podcast. Here we talk with real SLPs about real SLP life. Here the fluff is saved for the marshmallows and we aim for full transparency. We talk: Private practice CF experiences Student loans Money management ...and more! Danni showcases real professionals out in the field does amazing things and how they got there. Success isn't easy. Life isn't easy. Being and SLP isn't easy. But through your own determination and the wisdom and e ...
 
On this podcast, we interview voice and bodywork professionals to provide helpful information for overall health and optimal function of the voice. We interview SLPs, Otolaryngologists, Manual Therapists, Body Oriented Psychotherapists, Health Coaches, Fitness Instructors, Broadway Performers, Opera singers, Singer/Songwriters, Voice Teachers, Composers, Company Managers, Sports Broadcasters, and more. It is our mission to educate the professional voice user and provide knowledgable, creativ ...
 
Dental Digest is a dental podcast with a mission of enabling you to stay on the cutting edge of evidence based dentistry. Dentistry is constantly evolving, but we're here so you can stay up-to-date. We talk about topics such as operative dentistry, biomimetic dentistry, dental materials, prosthodontics, periodontics, oral surgery, endodontics, orthodontics and more.
 
Dead Men Do Tell Tales is a bimonthly podcast produced by two pathology residents interested in becoming forensic pathologists, Drs. Jordan Taylor (JET) and Nicole Croom (Nic). Forensic pathology is a medical subspecialty that focuses on determining the cause, manner, and mechanism of death. Forensic pathologists help organize and work closely with death investigators to piece together a person’s final moments. Each episode, JET and Nic engage in an in-depth conversation about a forensics-re ...
 
Join Rehab Professionals, OT, OTA, PT, PTA, and SLP seeking motivation, support, and resources to bridge the gap to alternative careers without going back to school. Listen to interviews with Rehab Rebel Guests to gain insight from those who have deviated from their traditional health career path so that you can start your non-traditional career to achieve both a positive career and life change. Join the Rehab Rebels Tribe by hitting that subscribe button and get ready to change your life an ...
 
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The Gist

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The Gist

Peach Fish Productions

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For thirty minutes each day, Pesca challenges himself and his audience, in a responsibly provocative style, and gets beyond the rigidity and dogma. The Gist is surprising, reasonable, and willing to critique the left, the right, either party, or any idea.
 
Original true crime podcast. Join your host, criminal defense attorney Bob Motta as he enters the twisted mind of serial killer John Wayne Gacy through the use of 15 hours of never before heard pre-trial interviews with Gacy and his attorneys as they prepare for the trial of the century.
 
Professor Hallux's Pathology Puzzles is a brand new feature series on Fun Kids all about how pathologists solve puzzles about our bodies! When we think about pathology, we often think it's all about dead bodies. But that's only a small part of pathology! Whilst pathology can be really important to find out what caused someone to die, it’s also used in many other cool ways, like when you're feeling ill, and you go to and see your doctor. Doctors rely on the knowledge, diagnostic skills and ad ...
 
Spill the OT Podcast is a judgement-free zone to spill all of the tea about OT, PT, and SLP. We talk to REAL therapists out in the field to learn about the ups, downs, and everything in between. No topics are off limits! Let's chat salary, medicare, student loans, the good, the bad, all things therapy. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/spilltheot/support
 
This podcast is a series of lectures on Anatomy and Physiology taught by Dr. Gerald Cizadlo. For a course outline and/or Dr. C's blackboard, please visit the Web site at http://faculty.css.edu/gcizadlo/AnatPhys/index.html. If you'd like to register for the free and open online course associated with Doc C.'s Intro to Anatomy and Physiology podcast, please go to http://go.css.edu/learn. The course is offered in Fall 2012.
 
General Broadcast is a free online learning resource aimed at UK based paramedics, student paramedics, and ambulance staff. Podcasts are short summaries of topics designed to refresh memories and provide links to other resources for further learning. If you work in pre-hospital emergency care then this is for you.
 
This Pathological Life Podcast Every disease has its own story to tell - Dr Travis Brown The podcast series “This Pathological Life” brings to life the spectrum of general pathology topics by delving into each through the lens of historical aspects of disease, community impact of chronic illness, study or research threads, and topical areas of interest. Podcast host Steve Davis is joined by our resident Pathologist Dr Travis Brown. Dr Travis Brown is a General Pathologist who enjoys working ...
 
Multiple sclerosis (MS) affects 400,000 Americans and is the leading nontraumatic cause of neurological disability in young adults. Although MS is progressive, it is not fatal, and patients generally have a normal lifespan. However, progressive disability imposes increasing limitations and reduced quality of life for these patients. Newly released consensus guidelines offer neurologists and primary care physicians direction to improve the differential diagnosis and develop strategies to faci ...
 
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Remember that we’re all humans before we’re therapists. This is not only our cue to listen and counsel as appropriate, but our reminder to ask the patient how they’re doing before asking them orientation questions. This extends into every area of our care. Our jobs don’t stop at the end of our session. Learn more at https://www.speechuncensored.com…
 
Today my guest is David West, CEO and Cofounder of Proscia What we discuss with David: How he became interested in biomedical engineering and how he discovered pathology Starting Pathology Cloud and how that led to the founding of Proscia The mission of Proscia The Concentriq platform and some of its features How Concentriq can be used in both rese…
 
Crystal reveals her “other disease” funnymynn’s syndrome, rants about dogs, and travels back to 2005 when the closure of AFIP was announced. “Your pets are my peeves.” -CC Music performed by the The Worms. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/more-morgellons/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/more-morgellons/support…
 
In this episode we discuss the understanding of ‘pathological demand avoidance’, or PDA for short, which is a profile on the autism spectrum. Jilly is also running a webinar for us on this subject on the 9th of December and full details of this session, plus how to book can be found on our training website: https://www.yesataretelearningtrust.net/t…
 
In this podcast, author Hsing-Ching Kuo discusses her paper 'Mirror movements and brain pathology in children with unilateral cerebral palsy'. The paper is available to read here: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/dmcn.15322 Subscribe to our channel for more: https://bit.ly/2ONCYiC ___ Listen to all our episodes: https://bit.ly/2yPFgTC __…
 
This case covers the pathophysiology, histology, and complications of Ulcerative Colitis vs. Crohn's Disease. The corresponding video and PDF notes are available on YouTube (https://youtu.be/nKaAVuvWiK8) and our website (https://www.dviacademy.com/offers/cVoy4VAN/checkout) Win a FREE 6 month membership to the DaVinci Academy video courses in Anatom…
 
Dr Shelley Newman of Newman Specialty VetPath, USA, has improved the diagnosis, classification, and treatment of mast cell tumours and pancreatic diseases in veterinary species and contributed to the literature by characterising many new disease processes in exotic species. Read more about their work in Research Outreach Read the original article: …
 
Timestamps: 0:00 Intro 01:32 So for residents who have recently started, now that orientation is behind us, where should their focus be? 09:05 Do you have any advice for what step 1 or 2 might look like for a new resident? 13:46 What is a new skill or two that residents should really focus on developing? 18:26 Could you share with the student liste…
 
Most succinate dehydrogenase (SDH)-deficient RCCs demonstrate classic morphology characterized by bland eosinophilic cells with intracytoplasmic inclusions. Increasingly, “variant” morphologic features are recognized. Drs. Anthony Gill and Talia Fuchs discuss with the host their findings in a recent publication in Modern pathology where features su…
 
Thus far, the tip to dead end ratio is an unfortunate 1:1 for the Omaha Police Department. The Russian still has a few questions to answer, for example, where was he on the day Shirlee Sherman and Thomas Hunter were murdered. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoicesBy Defense Diaries
 
Editor’s Summary by Kirsten Bibbins-Domingo, PhD, MD, MAS, Editor in Chief of JAMA, the Journal of the American Medical Association, for the September 13, 2022, issue.
 
In this episode, I’m sharing a special conversation with my mentor, friend, and business consultant, Stephanie Hayes. Stephanie specializes in building businesses from the ground up by focusing on creating assets that allow small business owners to earn income and serve in a way that feels aligned and fulfilling to them. Even though she is technica…
 
A trusting society is open, inclusive, and promotes both social and personal well-being. Understanding the interpersonal trust between any members of society, be it a belief, intention or behaviour, is of crucial importance to fields ranging from psychology and neuroscience to economics. Prof Frank Krueger of George Mason University brings together…
 
In this three part episode, we hear from parents of multiply disabled kids on their experiences of inclusion in the schools, collaborating with therapists, and AAC. This episode takes us back in time into the history of the disability rights movement in the US and then to the present day, with practical advice that should guide how we support multi…
 
Social interactions play an essential role in the lives of many animals. But how do we disentangle the genetic and non-genetic factors influencing sociality? In this episode, Dr Irene Godoy (Bielefeld University) tells us about her research on sociality in capuchin monkeys. This episode explores the recent Heredity paper: “Genetic, maternal, and en…
 
Guest: Emily Zimmerman, Ph.D, CCC-SLP - Have you ever heard of NNS? In this episode, Michelle is joined by Dr. Emily Zimmerman, a speech-language pathologist, Associate Professor in the Department of Communication Sciences & Disorders, the Associate Chair for Research and Innovation at Northeastern University, and director of the Speech and Neurode…
 
In this week’s episode, Lauren Fletcher, Senior Speech Pathologist at Epworth Rehabilitation and Mental Health in Melbourne speaks with Dr Jade Dignam, Speech Pathologist and Postdoctural Research Fellow at Queensland Aphasia Research Centre (QARC). Jade explores her current research into the Comprehensive High-Dose Aphasia Treatment (CHAT) program…
 
Professor at Northwestern’s School of Law, Andrew Koppelman talks about his new book Burning Down The House: How Libertarian Philosophy Was Corrupted by Delusion and Greed. Also, Donald Trump “truths” that Mitch McConnell has a “DEATH WISH” (his caps, not ours). Senator Rick Scott finds the sentiment difficult to condemn. Plus, UK Prime Minister Li…
 
Debbie Witkowski is a Speech-Language Pathologist from Semantic Compaction Systems (SCS) in Pittsburgh, PA. She is one of the coordinators and presenters of the "Successful Outcomes in AAC" seminar series, which was formally known as the "Pittsburgh AAC and Language Seminar Series" or PALSS for short. She has worked with Semantic Compaction Systems…
 
Click here for Spear Live December 2-3 2022. Podcast Website Follow @dental_digest_podcast Instagram Follow @dr.melissa_seibert on Instagram Connect with Melissa on Linkedin Dental Digest Podcast Facebook Jack Ferracane is Professor and Chair of Restorative Dentistry, and Division Director of Biomaterials and Biomechanics at Oregon Health & Science…
 
CDKL5 deficiency disorder: clinical features, diagnosis, and management Helen Leonard, Jenny Downs, Tim A Benke, Lindsay Swanson, Heather Olson, Scott Demarest Abstract CDKL5 deficiency disorder (CDD) was first identified as a cause of human disease in 2004. Although initially considered a variant of Rett syndrome, CDD is now recognised as an indep…
 
In this installment of Best Of The Gist, we are replaying Mike’s Monday Spiel about the Sound On Sound Music Festival, and the rage it drew online despite being a pretty great weekend. Then we dig into the Gist archives and listen back to Mike’s 2015 conversation with musicians Dillon Kondor and Sharon Van Etten about the challenges not of music, b…
 
Chilean voters recently rejected an extremely progressive (and extremely long at 170 pages) constitution. It would have ensured animal rights, as well as rights to “neurodiversity” and “digital disconnection.” Ted Piccone of Brookings and the World Justice Project examines if Chile’s new constitution was too progressive or just too long. Plus, can’…
 
I speak with the amazing Dr Melissa Farmer, Clinical Psychologist, Neuroscientist, researcher, CCO & co founder of Aivo Health! Melissa and I talk about chronic pain and the influence that has on both the brain & body as well as what we can do in clinic to both utilise these changes as well as how we can manage our patients with chronic pain with o…
 
Our world is always changing. Some of those changes, such as climate change or depletion of natural resources, are coming fast, and could have far reaching impacts on nature and culture for generations to come. Prof Jim Perry of The University of Minnesota describes his work in Adaptive Heritage, and discusses how citizens and governments alike can…
 
Mike talks with Phelim McAleer, the producer and co-writer of My Son Hunter, the first film released by the Breitbart News Network. Storytelling techniques and claims to accuracy are discussed. Then, at the prompting of the guest, Mike spends The Spiel fact-checking the film. Produced by Joel Patterson and Corey Wara Email us at thegist@mikepesca.c…
 
The Baby Doe Regulations, which regulate the provision of life-sustaining treatment to seriously ill neonates, caused a stir amongst neonatologists when they were first enacted in the 1980s. The fear at the time was that they would restrict their ability to provide optimal care to seriously ill patients by mandating the use of aggressive treatments…
 
Establishing an efficient and standardized workflow for performing molecular classification on ECs, and reporting both the molecular and histologic findings in an integrative manner, is imperative. Dr. Brooke Howitt discusses with the host her institution’s effort to implement rapid and routine molecular classification on all ECs diagnosed at Stanf…
 
Dr. Lance Truong is a second-year AP/CP resident at The Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine's Pathology Residency program where he is also the associate chief resident. A native of Fresno, California, Dr. Truong grew up as a first-generation American in a Vietnamese-Nicaraguan household, …
 
In this episode we discuss what constitutes effective SEND provision across the whole school, looking at quality first teaching, evidence informed practices and professional development. Gary is also running a training course for us on the 11th of November at Richmond School on this very topic. To find out more about the course, including ways to b…
 
The authors of The Constitution in Jeopardy: An Unprecedented Effort to Rewrite Our Fundamental Law and What We Can Do About It, Peter Prindiville and Senator Russ Feingold raise the alarms about a ploy that has a chance of upending our democracy. Plus, Russian military mobilization sparks flight, and the iconic TV doofus dad isn’t going away. Prod…
 
In this episode we talk to Andrea Edmondson about practical techniques to support co-regulation and the development of self-regulation with our young people. Andrea is also running a course for us on this very topic at Richmond School in North Yorkshire on the 14th of October. For more details on the course, including how to book, head to: https://…
 
In this podcast, Kate Himmelmann, Sarah McIntyre & colleagues discuss their paper 'Global prevalence of cerebral palsy: a systematic analysis'. The paper is available to read here: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/dmcn.15346 Subscribe to our channel for more: https://bit.ly/2ONCYiC ___ Listen to all our episodes: https://bit.ly/2yPFgTC _…
 
There’s often a typical expected career path for pediatric clinicians, regardless of the discipline. It can often feel a bit constraining, especially if it doesn’t fully align with your strengths; or if the system you’re working in limits the way you serve your caseload. But what if you weren’t limited to the typical model, or the traditional job p…
 
Depending on when and where you listen to this podcast, you may be legally allowed to possess cannabis for your own recreational enjoyment. Or it may land you in jail. That’s not just a difference between one liberal countries laws and another conservative nation, that’s the difference between New Mexico and it’s neighbouring state of Texas. Today …
 
Guest: Amy Holbert, MSW, LISW-CP - In this episode, Michelle and Amy spend this hour discussing the role of this federally recognized “PTI,” how to empower caregivers for success with IEP advocacy, and how they support caregivers in pursuing medically necessary insurance in South Carolina. While “Family Connection” may be unique to SC, the role of …
 
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