Conversaciones concisas, actualizadas e informales sobre enfermedades y quehacer quirúrgico. El Dr. Manuel Figueroa Giralt, Cirujano Digestivo, creador de la página web www.cirugiadocente.com, e Instagram @cirugiadocente, entrevista a distintos especialistas profundizando en el arte y ciencia de la Cirugía.
THE DRUG SCIENCE PODCAST
Professor David Nutt has spent a career making the argument for a rational, evidence-based approach to drug policy and drug use. The scientific evidence still challenges perceived wisdom on drugs and for that reason can appear to be contentious. In this podcast, the Professor explores the actual harms and potential benefits of various drugs, challenging myths surrounding classification and legislation, and exploring the societal impact of poorly informed drug policy. Using evidence in public policy should not be controversial. A podcast for anyone interested in understanding the scientific truth about drugs, free from political or moral concern.
Scientist is a podcast about people who do science. Expanding the boundaries of knowledge is a deeply human endeavor, and host Toshiki Nakashige talks with scientists about their personal experiences as researchers, educators, and creators. This podcast highlights diverse fields of science and takes a humanist approach to understanding the scientific process. Join Toshiki as he and his guests discover something new about themselves.
THE FIVE BODIES
The hope with this podcast is to inspire you to look at yourself and the world in a new way. Host Candace Veach has studied global cultures, philosophies, and spiritual practices on her lifelong journey. She has learned that, although life can be difficult, human potential is vast and we have the power to make big changes with small adjustments. She brings this wisdom to her practice of treating patients with acupuncture, Traditional Chinese Medicine, and energy healing. To listeners of this podcast, she shares new ideas on old wisdom regarding life, health and human potential.
Every member of the Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine community has a voice and a perspective uniquely their own. In this essay-style podcast, faculty, trainees and students read pieces they’ve written themselves, using their voices to share messages, stories and insights into their lives and the field of healthcare.
THE WHY & HOW PODCAST
The Why and How Podcast looks to answer big questions in agriculture, food, and the environment through casual conversations that are rooted in research. Host Josh Moran chats with graduate students, researchers and professors to learn more about the science behind today's hot topics and trends. This podcast is published by the Ontario Agricultural College of the University of Guelph.
THE WEAPONS OF CHANGE PODCAST, WITH SHAWN ALLEN
Most of us are trying to develop into a more whole, and well rounded, human. If we are wise, we will gravitate towards difficult things and challenging conversations that force us to look more deeply at our preconceived rules, ways and judgements. Forcing ourselves into these uncomfortable things and situations are what I refer to as potential "weapons". When we learn and develop these skills, when we stretch our comfort zones, these new found skills become weapons to dig deeper, to fight more important self battles. It is a cyclical game, to battle, fail or succeed, and to battle again in a manner of self improvement and self enlightenment. For only when we can do our "self work" can we begin to make greater contributions to others around us and society in general. Through these "weapons" I have chosen to embrace, I hope to grow and in turn hope to carve more into life, more lessons, epiphanies, stories, failures, art and things that make me laugh, think and cry. I leave these conversations here to share with you, little pieces of my life and mind, conversations that serve a purpose for my own growth. These are topics I have found to be important, inspiring, changing, joyous and painful and I share them now with you. I believe that is what we should all do, share. A lesson taught when we were all small children, sharing, that thing that elevates us all. Share. Share your weapons of change.
Podcast exploring one topic from 20 perspectives These times, information is often provided incomplete and molded (e.g. by fear) The aim is to enable you to think on things yourself Current topics: Who or what are we? Covid-19 To learn more about the podcast, visit www.20angles.com