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A series of podcasts in which two Registrars (or equivalent) talk about higher ed stuff. HE is a wonderful and frightening world and university Registrars have much to say about most of it. The early episodes cover everything from the Warwick Way and teaching & learning matters to crises, challenging environments and portraits before we move into the pandemic, sector responses to it and lessons for the future.
 
Join GP Dr Sam Manger and special guests from around the World discussing the latest in evidence-based medicine and more. This podcast is designed-with-love for medical doctors, scientists, researchers, allied health, nurses, students and anybody else interested in health, science and medicine. Available on itunes and all podcast apps. http://thegpshow.com/
 
Most GP Registrar Podcasts tell you how to do or how to pass. GP registrars are Doctors with views on how they want their work to be when they finish their exams and are fully fledged GPs. They also have views on how they want Primary Care to be both for them and their patients. This show is the place where these issues are explored
 
Listen in to gain insights into the careers and experiences of Leaders from across Scotland's public sector. Interviewed by Dr Kate Arrow, a Specialty Registrar in Anaesthesia and Dr Thomas Lamont, Specialty Registrar in Restorative Dentistry. Hear the candid stories, experiences and reflections of some of Scotland's most successful Professionals from across Academia, Government, Health & Social Care and The Third Sector.
 
SAG RTA Rajasthan's 1st Registrar & Transfer Agent Services provider company. The organization has been granted the role of a Registrar and Transfer Agent via authorization by the SEBI. SAG RTA (Registrar and Share Transfer Agent) also claims complete RTA Services over multiple requirements of the investors including dematerialization of securities via CDSL/NSDL depositories, dividend payout through ECS transfer. Also, SAG RTA being the share transfer agent would certainly transfer securitie ...
 
Welcome to IM Reasoning with your hosts Dr. Art Nahill and Dr. Nic Szecket, two general internists with a passion for teaching clinical reasoning. Join us for case discussions, conversations and interviews that explore issues important to clinicians and students, with a special focus on clinical reasoning, the once-mysterious process behind the remarkable abilities of the master clinician.
 
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The Medical Take

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The Medical Take

Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow

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Join Arrianne Laws (Consultant Physician), Daniel Lynagh (Specialty Registrar), Laura Gillespie (Consultant Physician) and their guests as they discuss clinical cases, non-technical factors, leadership and more! The Medical Take is the new fortnightly podcast series from the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow, aimed at everyone who’s interested in looking after medical patients and improving their practice.
 
This is a series of monthly podcasts all about Higher Education and learning. I talk with the most forward-thinking and disruptive educational leaders on the planet. Each episode is 40-minutes long, raw and unplugged. We are punks shaping the future of higher education. Oh yeah. Music: (C) Three Bad Eyes / Bill Kerry III
 
The NTMA’s Jim Deery and Judith Finlay, Registrar National Museum of Ireland mark Pride with a discussion on LGBT+ History and Culture. What can we learn from our National Museum and the newly formed Queer Culture Ireland? What does the future hold for queer history?
 
For veterinary professionals (veterinarians and veterinary nurses + veterinary support staff) working or wanting to work in New Zealand. This podcast helps veterinarians | businesses | jobs | business | personal growth. Julie South - your show host - tackles frequently asked, yet unanswered, questions relating to veterinarian recruitment, being a veterinary locum, business growth - sales, marketing and social media, personal development. Your success as a veterinary professional starts in th ...
 
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SJSU iSchool Audio/Video Podcast

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SJSU iSchool Audio/Video Podcast

San José State University School of Information (SJSU iSchool)

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This is an RSS 2.0 formatted XML feed produced by the San José State University School of Information iSchool. The purpose of this podcast is to provide a forum for faculty, alumni, and students to present their works/projects and to exchange research ideas. The media of this podcast is available as both video and audio. Captioned versions of this media are available on the SLIS Website.
 
"I aim to have honest conversations with anyone who can add interest, knowledge, love and healing on the planet. If they have knowledge that can help us heal - body, mind and soul - I'm happy to have a chat with them and share with you!" As my skills improve (technology wise) I'll be sharing information in an editorial / information sharing format as well. Madonna has been studying healing modalities for 3 decades and has been a kinesiology trainer for over 15 years. As a naturopath and kine ...
 
A podcast by Clinical Psychologists, for Clinical Psychologists. Deep-dive conversations with clinicians and academics at the forefront of their fields. A great resource for all clinicians from graduates to gurus. Follow us on Facebook at: https://www.facebook.com/clinicallythinking DISCLAIMER: Discussions are the personal opinions of the participants and do not represent APS policy or individual therapeutic advice. You should seek your own independent professional and/or legal advice pertin ...
 
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The AMCIS Podcast

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The AMCIS Podcast

Simon Jones From The Bonjour Agency

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Welcome to The AMCIS Podcast, the place for anyone in Admissions, Marketing and Communications in Independent Schools. Each episode we'll be talking to someone in the school marketing sector and finding out more about the association, the schools and the annual conference.
 
I have been working in the field of education for over a decade. I run Keystone Tutors, and a summer nature + creativity camp called The Imaginarium. In this History of Education podcast series, I interview great teachers from the UK independent preparatory sector about their teaching lives and what recommendations they have for teachers today.
 
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Higher Ed Social

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Lougan Bishop & Jenna Spinelle

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Hosted by Lougan Bishop and Jenna Spinelle, Higher Ed Social is a bi-weekly podcast dedicated to those that work in higher education. In each episode, we dive into the lives and careers of people who help make colleges and universities work. So sit back, relax and get ready for some fun conversation.
 
Welcome to our podcast channel, a place where we will be speaking with staff, pupils, parents (and maybe even some of our children!) and talking, not just about our school, but about all things to do with education, and what makes us passionate about being leaders in the field of Early Years education. If you have any questions, or would like to feature in one of our episodes, please do reach out to us via our website www.falconschiswick.co.uk. Happy listening!
 
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In this episode we talk with the Registrar of Motor Vehicles about motorcycle safety as well as the ever important Slow Down Move Over law. Also we review two fantastic lights from NEBO https://nebo.acgbrands.com/en_US/ And of course we talk with our listener familyBy johnfpaul
 
In this episode we talk with the Registrar of Motor Vehicles about motorcycle safety as well as the ever important of the Slow Down Move Over law. Also we review two fantastic lights from NEBO https://nebo.acgbrands.com/en_US/ And of course we talk with our listener familyBy john paul
 
The third and final episode with Iain McLachlan – CEO of the New Zealand Veterinary Council. We talk about: the veterinary shortage, the nursing shortage, why the NZ VC doesn’t include two of the world’s top 10 veterinary science universities in its List of Recognised Institutions, when it's going to update that list of Recognised Institutions, wha…
 
For episode 42 of the podcast I am in conversation with Khadir Meer, Chief Operating Officer, Registrar and Clerk to the Board at SOAS, University of London. Unusually for the podcast this is the first time we have talked too so it's an interesting way to meet. Khadir has only been in the role for nine months having previously worked as COO and Dep…
 
VETERINARY CLINIC SALARY DATA Dr Mark Hosking, CEO of Franklin Vets, is a member of the NZVAs Veterinary Business Branch – the VBB. At the recent NZVA Conference he introduced BBVet, an Australian company which runs a series of surveys tailored to the New Zealand veterinary profession. Clinics that contribute to the data, will have access to high q…
 
Dr Liana Lianov, MD, MPH is the President and Founder of the Global Positive Health Institute (GPHI). Liana is board certified in both internal medicine and preventive medicine, has a psychiatry fellowship, and serves as President of the Positive Health and Wellness Division of the International Positive Psychology Association. Her recent book is S…
 
[Recorded in February 2022] Anita Hobson-Powell is the Chief Executive Officer of Exercise & Sports Science Australia (ESSA), the Chair of National Alliance of Self Regulating Health Professions and the Deputy Chair of Allied Health Professions Australia. Some medicare item numbers mentioned in the episode: - Allied Health Multidisciplinary Case Co…
 
A short episode with me and a bit of fun discussing the history of hospitals across the world. If you find this podcast valuable then subscribing, sharing, rating it 5 stars and leaving a review is appreciated. If you would like to provide feedback or request a topic, please contact me via thegpshow.com Thank you for listening and your support.…
 
Dr Jane Ough is a Senior Companion Animal Veterinarian at South Wairarapa Veterinary Services. Dr Jane’s time and pathway to the veterinarian she is today is quite different from the usual career path of veterinarians. She’s from the BVSc Massey class of 1982. Today, Dr Jane enjoys orthopaedic surgery especially mending broken farm dogs. Dr Ough be…
 
We have fallen from grace. From the high in public appreciation during the Covid crisis to the low we are now in. At present there is a lack of GPs in this country. We often are seen as having a vocation , What does that mean ? The removal of responsibility of 24 hour care for our patient is seen as a loss by many. (the increasing volume of care pu…
 
Living a Healthy 100yrs joining us today is Peter Kahler, a naturopath with over 30 years of experience in the longevity life hacking experience and today Peter chats to us about how we can live to a HEALTHY 100 years! About Peter Kahler: Since 1986, Peter has been involved in many forms of Nutritional Medicine and Functional Food development. This…
 
Boston Duck Boats are as iconic as the Prudential Center, the Olde North Church and Faneuil Hall. Did you ever wonder how they keep them in tip-top shape? We chat with the head of engineering and spiritual leader of the garage staff of Boston Duck Tours - Tony Cerulle. Also listen how to win a scan tool from Innova, which we will give away on Fathe…
 
The second of three episodes with Iain McLachlan – CEO of the New Zealand Veterinary Council. We talk about: the veterinary shortage, the nursing shortage, why the NZ VC doesn’t include two of the world’s top 10 veterinary science universities in its List of Recognised Institutions, when it's going to update that list of Recognised Institutions, wh…
 
Boston Duck Boats are as iconic as the Prudential Center, the Olde North Church and Faneuil Hall. Did you ever wonder how they keep them in tip-top shape? We chat with the head of engineering and spiritual leader of the garage staff of Boston Duck Tours Tony Cerulle. Also listen how to win a scan tool from Innova, which we will give away on Father’…
 
In Episode 59 of the Alfa Romeo Driver Podcast, Editor Guy Swarbrick sits down with Leicester-based petrolheads Sat Flora and Haris Ahmad, who set out to buy a cheap car and drive it to and from Amsterdam to raise money for charity. Can you even buy a used car for £500 at the moment? And, if you can, will £250 be enough to prepare it for a 1,000 mi…
 
Deborah’s unique childhood has coloured the way she sees the world, having lived in and experienced many different countries & cultures. She recognised an underlying language; or similarity around the globe and has spent the last 27+ years studying, practicing & teaching Colour, Light & Consciousness. Deborah is a registered level 3 teacher with AS…
 
In this episode we talk with Leighton O'Conner a pastor and Jeep enthusiast who is traveling to 50 cities in 300 days, living in his Jeep Wrangler delivering necessities to the homeless. Leighton also started the http://christianjeepassociation.org. Then if you want to win your own custom Jeep our buddy George Kennedy fill us in on the Jeep that is…
 
In this episode we talk with Leighton O'Conner a pastor and Jeep enthusiast who is traveling to 50 cities in 300 days, living in his Jeep Wrangler delivering necessities to the homeless. Leighton also started the http://christianjeepassociation.org. Then if you want to win your own custom Jeep our buddy George Kennedy fill us in on the Jeep that is…
 
Today we start the first of three episodes where Iain McLachlan – CEO of the New Zealand Veterinary Council – and I, talk about the veterinary shortage, the nursing shortage, why the NZ VC doesn’t include two of the world’s top 10 veterinary science universities in its List of Recognised Institutions, when is it going to update that list of Recogni…
 
Dr Nick Mount is Academic Director at the University of Nottingham Online. This is a strategic role which heads the University’s multi-million pound investment in online learning for all. By trade, Nick is a physical geographer and Associate Professor of Hydroinformatics. He has worked far and wide striving for sustainable peace through socio-physi…
 
Jazzy Melhop After a lifetime of extreme sports, including BMX racing, dirt bike riding and roller derby, Jazzy Melhop sustained significant injuries that left her barely able to walk and made sleep almost impossible at just 38 years old. Many years of various therapies brought little or no relief until a dear friend in Margaret River WA took her t…
 
About Chantal: Strides of Change Equine Assisted Learning & Coaching May 22 at 2:43 PM · Sometimes things feel like they're not working out. Time and time and time again. You're working hard, alone, you're moving mountains (or you should be for the amount of effort you are putting in!) And still the mountain just won't budge... 'That Thing' we are …
 
Professor David Wilkinson is a GP and skin cancer medicine expert with two decades experience in diagnosis, treatment and surgery, and an extensive body of skin cancer research and publications. He was Dean of Medicine at The University of Queensland, and Deputy Vice-Chancellor at Macquarie University. Now, as Chief Medical Officer for National Ski…
 
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