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The American Heart Association and the American Diabetes Association are excited to announce a new podcast series for healthcare professionals. Know Diabetes by Heart™ Professional Education Podcast Series focuses on the link between cardiovascular disease (CVD) and type 2 diabetes (T2D). The series will consist of relevant cutting-edge topics such as up-to-date standards of care, guidelines and their implications for T2D and CVD, and approaches to shared decision making—among others. The Am ...
 
Treasury Talks is a new podcast series brought to you by Treasury Today magazine, the leading global provider of corporate treasury and financial information. A must listen for all corporate treasurers, finance directors and CFOs, each episode brings you different voices from the world of treasury debating the topics of the day. Look for our podcast in the Podcasts app or in the iTunes Store
 
Welcome to Emerald Podcast Series. Join our hosts Daniel Ridge, Iram Satti and Fiona Allison as they talk to experts using their research to create real impact in society. In each episode we explore the role research plays in our modern world, and ask how it can contribute to solving the complex environmental, economic, social and political challenges facing our planet.
 
Welcome to the Release Day series Podcast. There’s no moment more exciting and equally nerve-racking than when you release your art to the world. “Release Day” sets out to discover what it feels like for Canadian musicians to release new music, and the efforts that go into making their release day a reality. Theme music composed by: Evan Denley
 
The Band It About - Podcast Series Host/Creator Di Spillane, releases a new episode every Saturday. This in-depth Music Interview Podcast is an opportunity for musicians and others involved in the Music Industry to discuss their entire musical journey . Season 1; a variety of subjects. Season 2 “The Engine Room” interviews with drummers who were born, raised, lived, or have played in Adelaide, South Australia. This series is a unique opportunity to listen to musicians discuss their careers f ...
 
The Jamaica International Arbitration Centre Ltd (JAIAC), Dispute Management in a New World Podcast Series, is biweekly conversations with Dr Christopher Malcolm, Secretary General, JAIAC. In this informative and insightful podcast series, Dr Malcolm will share his views and explore the concept, including by reference to the leveraging implications of the appropriate use of dispute management options for stability in business relationships and in support of sustainable economic development; ...
 
Qualitative research has the power to positively impact people’s lives. Join Dr. Stacy Penna, NVivo Community Director as she talks to qualitative researchers to discover their innovative research methods, applied practices and passionate insights. Whether you are a student, new to qualitative methods or a published qualitative researcher, this is the podcast for you.
 
The Family Ties is a new True Crime podcast created by two sisters on opposite ends of the United States focusing on crime committed against children. Distance may keep them apart, but the series creates the perfect backdrop to remain connected, engaged, and always learning about the newest and most up-to-date crime cases.
 
Welcome to the SMFM Podcast Series! The SMFM podcast will include an array of topics that touch the MFM world including Congenital Heart Disease, Mental Illness, 3D Ultrasound, preventing Burnout and more. New episodes are released monthly. If you would like to submit a discussion topic, leave a comment, or are interested in being a guest on the podcast, please contact Gabbie Taylor at gtaylor@smfm.org.
 
The DLA Piper TechLaw Podcast Series covers the latest technological developments in our rapidly changing world. From Artificial Intelligence, Big Data and Privacy, FinTech, Internet of Things to Robotics, we will forecast new trends and cover policies and regulation, contract and legal changes. As global leaders, our DLA Piper partners along with industry experts will provide invaluable insight into how new challenges arise and how you can stay ahead of the curve.
 
The New Orleans Chapter of the American Harp Society recently received a grant from the American Harp Society to produce a series of radio interviews with harpists. The finished interviews, with related music clips, will be broadcast on the Harpestry radio program of KRVS in Lafayette, LA and other National Public Radio stations. The series will also be available on the internet at www.harpsociety.org.
 
Access new insights and best practices for improving business in the financial services industry from the world-renowned team of experts at Omega Performance. Credit and Risk Management - Sales and Customer Service - Leadership and Change Management
 
Welcome to the Coaching in Education Podcast from Growth Coaching International - where theory and good intentions meet reality! Educators from a range of educational settings worldwide share their coaching journeys and consequently, these stories offer lots of insights about implementing coaching in educational settings. Our 2021 host, Richard Reid, lives and works in County Down, Northern Ireland and brings the warm and humble perspective of teacher, Principal, coach and mentor to his role ...
 
Our PwC Risk professionals share perspectives on how to take a new approach to managing risk: one that helps to create, preserve and realise value now and in the future. From risk profiles to risk frameworks, we provide easy to understand insights to help you navigate today’s challenging global landscape. You can listen to episodes at your convenience via your desktop computer or smartphone.
 
Natural Rhythm is a brand new intimate electronic music and arts festival, set amongst the secluded woodland and lush fields of Harlocks Farm in East Anglia. Set over two days on the 6th & 7th July 2012, Natural Rhythm is aspiring to be a haven of extraordinary encounters and astonishing entertainment, filled with a forward-thinking electronic music policy. In the coming weeks this podcast series will showcase our line up and will feature exclusive mixes from a selection of our headliners, t ...
 
Annie Jennings PR Poker Pro Podcast Series. This Series Features Interviews with Poker Pro's, Poker Authors, and Everything About Poker. These Podcasts are Designed To Give You the Edge to Win Everything From The World Poker Tour in Las Vegas To Your Online Poker Sites. New Podcasts will be added once a week. for more info check out www.AnnieJenningsPRPokerCast.com
 
The Higher-Ed Hub Series is a podcast created by National Education Partners (NEP). NEP is an online program management (OPM) organization that partners with higher education institutions to provide comprehensive support services. Our areas of support services include enrollment, marketing, financial aid, instructional design, technology, and human resources. NEP was founded in January 2019 and is led by a senior leadership with a combined 210 years of experience in higher education. Check o ...
 
Jersey Grown Podcast was born to be THE ultimate Jersey-based Podcast forum and community. The goal is to perpetuate various Jersey Grown individuals from all walks of life. Artist, entrepreneurs, musicians, rappers, small business owners, breweries, writers, filmmakers, actors, models, comedians, and so much more! We are here to offer you a platform to reach not only your fellow New Jersey natives but expand your brand/sound/product...YOU across the nation. Email: JerseyGrownPod@Gmail.com F ...
 
Recorded in our dedicated studio, the Public Affairs & Communications team are launching a new podcast. In this series, the team will lift the lid on the lives of the leaders from within our network and industry, as well as share insights from thought leaders from across the globe. You can expect us to share these regularly. Nothing is off limits and discussions will help to improve your understanding of our business, the marketplace and provide a sprinkle of laughter along the way. Feel fre ...
 
Welcome to the Rachel Paling Podcast Series.Rachel Paling is the creator of Neurolanguage Coaching, a new approach and method for language learning which combines the principles of neuroscience together with coaching a vehicle of delivering the learning process. Back in 2012 she created the definition of Neurolanguage Coaching, “Neurolanguage Coaching is the efficient and fast transfer of language knowledge from the Language Coach to the Language Coachee with sustainable effects facilitated ...
 
**Please note: In July 2016, after almost five incredible years of creativity and growth together, we decided to close She Makes Magic. This podcast no longer receives new episodes but remains for now as an archive of incredible interviews. While She Makes Magic is now closed, we’d still love to hear from you. You can find Koren at korenhelbig.com or Alana and her new Untangled podcast series over at alanahelbig.com/untangled.** Hosted by Australian sisters Koren and Alana Helbig, She Makes ...
 
The introductory podcast of the 1913 Unfinished Business series on the centenary of the Dublin Lock-out. The team look at Ireland and Dublin in the early twentieth century and introduce two of the key protagonists of the battle, the ITGWU's Jim Larkin and the employers' leaders William Martin Murphy. Historian Dr. Conor Kostick speaks about the genesis of the Lock-out, its politics and how it developed. We finish by asking what relevance the 1913 Lock-out has in our society one hundred years ...
 
Booking contact & Remix request: mail@bjorn-mandry.com Born and raised in Leverkusen, Germany; Bjoern started his career as a DJ in 1999. His influences stem from such bands as Depeche Mode, Duran Duran, and Kraftwerk. Bjoern’s first release, “Time Factor”, appeared on Mauritius Music in 2003 as well as on Paul Oakenfeld’s Perfekto Compilation mixed by Seb Fontaine. In collaboration with Peter Juergens and Oliver Klein he released his work on various labels such as Flow Vinyl, Selected Works ...
 
A2ethics.org is a nonprofit located in Ann Arbor (A2), Michigan. We are very interested in talking with people in our community about their views and ideas on the big and small ethical questions in their working lives and in their community now and in the future. In this series, a2ethics.org talks with several local nonprofit leaders representing health care, food security and foundations, about a range of current ethical concerns, from competition among themselves for funding, philosophical ...
 
The New Wave Podcast is a series of episodes created by three business students that are going against the grain. Co-Hosts Mike and Angelis will talk about everything entrepreneurship. The lads will bring on new entrepreneurs every week, provide tips on how to make it, recommend articles, books, and other podcasts related to this topic. Subscribe, jump in the pool, and make your splash on the New Wave.
 
Join this Aussie as she explores The Digital Health Revolution. Bianca is a lawyer & lecturer with research expertise in medical and digital health law. She writes about The Law Making of the Digital Health Revolution, and she is building a Digital Health School of Thought founded on eight core pillars - Accountability, Law & Human Rights, Societal Benefit, Clinical Benefit, Harm Reduction, Risk Reduction, Business Case and Public Consultation. She has presented in Australia and the USA incl ...
 
Lifelong WONDER WOMAN fans Ray Caspio and Paul K. Bisson explore the LYNDA CARTER television series. It's a fun, lively, and informative discussion as they deep dive into every episode. Tell us what YOU think — visit us at SatinTights.com or email us at SatinTightsPodcast at Gmail or even leave us a voicemail at 508-68-SATIN or 508-687-2846.
 
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The New Family Podcast

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The New Family Podcast

Respected parenting editor Brandie Weikle of thenewfamily.com and the 1,000 Families Project talks to compelling people whose stories represent the changing face of family.

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The New Family Podcast is the show that explores what families really look like today and the issues that matter to us most. Twice a week we interview some of the most compelling people whose stories represent the many forms can family can take today. And we chat with top parenting experts with great insights on the challenges of raising kids in these interesting times. This podcast comes from the creators of the popular website, thenewfamily.com, which explores and celebrates modern family ...
 
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Here’s a rundown of what to expect in our upcoming episode of the JAIAC Dispute Management in a New World Podcast: conversations with Dr Christopher Malcolm. Listen to the final in our two-part discussions on Technology, Innovation & the Changing Global Environment for Dispute Management. Host Anieka Nelson and Dr Christopher Malcolm provide answer…
 
In this podcast titled, “The Role of a Commercial Real Estate Broker in helping find and secure your new clinic location” we speak to Shirward Punches, commercial real estate broker from CARR Our discussion with Shirward focuses on: What the role of the Commercial Real Estate Broker is Why a potential new clinic owner should engage a commercial rea…
 
Continuing with the discussion on technology in the dispute management space; you would agree with us that ready for it or not, change is happening, the pace is quickening, and the corrective or other adjustments being made in support of change are establishing a new architecture that will have an enduring impact on litigation and ADR services. Lis…
 
Liam Weedall has been playing live and recording with bands since the age of 14 after picking up the sticks at age 11. He has played many different genres such as pop, rock, jazz, funk, punk, Latin, and big band, which have all had a profound influence on the way that he plays his main genre of choice: progressive metal/fusion. Liam's first band wa…
 
This week on the Global Research News Hour, we are returning to the question of the COVID crisis as we examine the situation through an original and under appreciated lens. For the bulk of the hour we talk to Dr. James Lyons-Weiler, the CEO of the Institute for Pure and Appled Knowledge who has conducted peer reviewed analysis related to the COVID …
 
The Specialized EWS-E Crans-Montana and EWS Crans-Montana were full of drama from start to finish with big name racers crashing left, right and centre and their opponents lining up to take advantage. Ruaridh Cunningham and Ric McLaughlin are back together to relive a hectic week in Switzerland on what would be some of the years best stages. Travis …
 
In part 2 of this series, this next episode continues the discussion between host, Lindsay Headings and HVACR industry experts Tersh Blissett, Michael Mayberry, Eddie McFarlane, Jerry Rollins, Bryan Orr, Jessica Bannister, and Bill Spohn. These guests toured The Helix Innovation Center in Dayton, Ohio, and the new Emerson labs in Sidney, Ohio. The …
 
On episode 34, Ben Plotnik from the JUNO Award winning string quartet, The Fretless, joins me to talk about their latest, collaborative album “Open House”, released on October 22nd, 2021. "Open House" is a 10 song album and the first project that sees The Fretless feature vocals on all the tracks and in such a prominent role. Working with artists l…
 
JAIAC Dispute Management Podcast series - Episode 8 - 28 Nov 2021 The global environment for disputes management is in a state of flux. There is an ongoing process of change that is being fashioned for COVID-19 times, while at the same time being geared to establish or expand upon a more responsive infrastructure for disputes resolution. The mechan…
 
Joel Prime joins me from London to discuss his musical journey which began after he received his first set of drums for Christmas when he was three years old. He initially taught himself the basics, then began lessons with John Zac when he was 6, and by age 11, Joel was playing regular gigs. Joel's drumming prowess was immediately evident, and by b…
 
This week on the Global Research News Hour, we continue our previous conversation on the very evident decline of the U.S. Empire by examining elements both abroad and within the nation and how they are showing few prospects for any immediate rescue from a horrifying fate. Our guest for the show is an insightful military analyst and blogger and the …
 
This week it's the second part of our USA road trip as we get to know the people behind the 2022 Enduro World Series rounds. In Episode 28 it's the turn of Adam Craig (general all-round MTB legend) and John Tauses who is the Carrabassett Valley Trail Manager. Both of them are deeply rooted in mountain biking in Maine and have been driving forces be…
 
Here’s a synopsis of what you can expect in our upcoming episode of the JAIAC Dispute Management in a New World Podcast: conversations with Dr Christopher Malcolm. Listen to part one of our two-part discussions on Technology, Innovation & the Changing Global Environment for Dispute Management. Host Anieka Nelson and Dr Christopher Malcolm speak abo…
 
John Mason's musical journey began when he started playing drums at age 23, after buying his first drum kit from John Reynolds, he taught himself to play. John joined his first Adelaide band 'Jam Company' with his brother and brother in law in 1984, then in 1986 he joined 'Tall Hairy Cats' (THC), he filled in with the Barflys whenever they needed h…
 
This week on the Global Research News Hour, as the US has lost in Afghanistan and is not doing so well on the world stage generally, we examine the weakening aspects of its empire and the growing fade in its power as now China seems to threaten to be the next big state on the world stage, and we examine this global shift through a historical lens. …
 
In this weeks episode we're going on the road and beginning to look ahead to the 2022 race season. The EWS team are just back from a site visit to our two brand-new US rounds in Burke, VT and Sugarloaf, ME. Our very own Finlay Anderson sat down with one of the driving forces behind the first of those races, a man who has ran race teams, fostered so…
 
Hello and welcome to the release day series podcast, I'm your host Alex Huard, joining me today from the east coast of Canada in Nova Scotia, is singer songwriter Daniel James McFadyen to talk about his debut album August, I’m Yours that he released on October 8th, 2021. In our conversation we really dig into the inspiration behind the songs on the…
 
This episode of the Agilent Podcast Series investigates how global organizations are striving towards a greener planet by developing eco-friendly innovations and implementing more sustainable practices to reduce carbon emissions and tackle climate change.Autor: agilent_pr@agilent.com (Agilent Public Relations)
 
In this podcast episode, the discussion focuses on a report funded by the University of Houston’s Borders, Trade, and Immigration Institute, A Department of Homeland Security Center of Excellence called Mexican and Northern Triangle Perspectives on Mass Migration: Identifying and Assessing Strategic Narrative Alignment, which was conducted by a res…
 
In this podcast titled, “Managing The Proposed CMS Fee Schedule Cuts" we speak to TIffany Warden and Lindsey Nicholson. Patrick Slotman. Tiffany currently serves as the Clinical Compliance Officer at Alliance Physical Therapy. Lindsey is the Vice President of Clinical Operations at Alliance Physical Therapy Partners. Alliance Physical Therapy Partn…
 
Listen to Epsiode 7 of the JAIAC Dispute Management in a New World Conversations with Dr Christopher Malcolm...Whether the investment mix relied upon is more nuanced in favour of financing sourced from or supported by IFIs or sourced from private sector-led institutions, and howsoever skewed, it appears reasonable to conclude that financing for dev…
 
Sam Gutwein started playing drums at the impressionable age of 10 when he could finally reach the pedals properly on his father’s kit. Initially starting out on piano, his passion for playing the drums has been a constant throughout his life and it is undoubtedly the power of the instrument and the ability to command crowd and band mate attention t…
 
On a special week when we focus on honouring fallen comrades in past wars, and in an effort to learn so that the mistakes of the past are not repeated in the future, this edition of the global research news hour takes a determined decision to remember war in all its horror including the lies concealing the true goals on the part of the victors. In …
 
The (liquid) dust has now settled, the power washers have been put away and the riding kit is dripping in the garage... the 2021 EWS-E and Enduro World Series is in the books. After a failed attempt to broadcast from the road, Ruaridh and Ric are back however with plenty to discuss and debate. Over the course of the next few episodes we're going to…
 
Watch for a brief synopsis of what to expect in episode 7, exploring the topic of Financing Development in Emerging Economies: Policy, Investment & Disputes Resolution. Sponsored by #JDIC... protecting deposits for you and meAutor: Jamaica International Arbitration Centre
 
TAHLIA BORG from the Adelaide, South Australian band 'Teenage Joans' joins me this week in The Engine Room to discuss her musical journey which began when she was 8 years old. Tahlia played in various school bands prior to 'Teenage Joans' which is her first working band. 'Teenage Joans' formed in 2018, and are an indie rock, pop, punk rock, rock du…
 
This week on the Global Research News Hour we bring a special program focused on the plight of Julian Assange. We look not only on the details of the recent appeal of the Extradition Trial, we probe his history and background, the role of Wikileaks, and the eventual erasure of journalism manifest in attempts to continue the assault on Assange. Our …
 
In this episode, Lindsay Headings talks with HVACR industry experts Tersh Blissett, Michael Mayberry, Eddie McFarlane, Jerry Rollins, Bryan Orr, and Bill Spohn at The Helix Innovation Center in Dayton, Ohio. Jessica Bannister also joined remotely. The conversation included personal back-stories from the experts, such as their passion for HVACR and …
 
On episode 32, joining all the way from northern Ontario in Attawapiskat First Nation on the James Bay, is Adrian Sutherland. The indigenous singer-songwriter, who might be best known as the frontman of the band Midnight Shine, released his debut solo record, When the Magic Hits on September 17th, 2021. We go into detail about how Adrian adapted to…
 
The global environment for disputes management is in a state of flux. There is an ongoing process of change that is being fashioned for COVID-19 times, while at the same time being geared to establish or expand upon a more responsive infrastructure for disputes resolution. Artificial intelligence, telemedia and online dispute resolution rely on tec…
 
Edward Pollard (Eddie) joins me in 'The Engine Room' to discuss his musical journey which begun when he was in primary school. Ed fell in love with the drums after watching a school friend play. He jammed with various friends over the years and joined his first band 'Oblong' in the early 90s. Ed met Paul Macleod (who I interviewed in season 1) whil…
 
In this podcast episode, the discussion is with Dr. Victoria Clarke from the Department of Health and Social Sciences at the University of the West of England. Victoria collaborates with Dr. Virginia Braun from the School of Psychology at The University of Auckland, New Zealand. We discuss how their work on Reflexive Thematic Analysis has evolved s…
 
This week on the global research News Hour, as the world gears up for the historic COP26 summit happening Oct 31 to Nov 12, we examine the negative sides of the elites and their non profit industrial complex and where the mechanisms put in place for decades will lead us in the age of COVID. For the bulk of the show, we are joined by the independent…
 
Listen to Philip P. Goodney, MD, MS, Foluso A. Fakorede, MD and Peter A. Schneider, MD discuss the differences in preventive measures offered to patients with diabetes and peripheral artery disease (PAD) as well as better delivery of preventive measures to high-risk patients and high-risk regions in the United States.…
 
A preview of the next episode in the JAIAC Dispute Management in a New World conversations with Dr Christopher Malcolm Podcast series. Listen as we wrap up part 2 on the topic: Dispute Management in the Digital Age part 2.Autor: Jamaica International Arbitration Centre
 
In today's True Crime Podcast Episode, we discuss a case suggested by one of our listeners. The Family Ties Podcast brings you the case of 4-year-old, Dominick Calhoun, who died April 12, 2010, after having been beaten and tortured for days by his mother’s boyfriend for having wet his pants while on their couch. Support the show (https://www.thefam…
 
Michael Giuffreda joins me in The Engine Room this week to discuss his musical journey. His first band was 'The Gods of Traffic Lights', and his first professional/touring band was 'Patriarchal Death Machine'. Michael is a professional musician, drummer & educator from Adelaide, South Australia, who enjoys playing Progressive Metal, Hard Rock, and …
 
This week, on the Global Research News Hour, we spend most of the hour speaking to a popular author and educator on world energy issues. His name is Richard Heinberg, and he wlll be speaking about a new book he has just written: Power: Limits and Prospects for Human Survival. He arguing that the characteristics which allowed humans to overcome natu…
 
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