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Welcome to Thinking Deeply about Primary Education, the podcast that gives you a peek inside the minds of some truly inspirational primary teachers. Whether you're new to the profession or a school leader with tons of experience this podcast is a must listen. For references, links and extended cut video episodes head over to www.thinkingdeeply.info
 
Truthtelling can be an act of resistance. Join Defending Rights & Dissent policy director Chip Gibbons as he brings you the stories of whistleblowers and other truthtellers who expose civil liberties and human rights abuses committed under the guise of national security and the attempts to silence them.
 
This podcast is for general informational and educational purposes only and is not to be considered as medical advice for any particular patient. Clinicians must rely on their own informed clinical judgment in making recommendations to their patients. ©2016 by Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, all rights reserved.
 
Through this podcast series, Dan Hays and Paul Warner from Aspire Sports aim to discover the power behind PE School Sport and Physical Activity in primary schools, the impact this has on the whole school, the impact it has on pupil’s holistic development and the secrets behind the successful implementation of a powerful physical curriculum. This is what makes up The Primary PE Huddle. We won’t be alone through this journey – we are joined by PE subject leaders, school and academy senior lead ...
 
Education to the Core: Where the Primary Things Are is a podcast where we strive to improve the lives of every primary educator and learner. Our goal is to provide top-notch resources created by our community of master teachers to help supplement everyday lesson plans. These resources are designed by teachers for teachers, to guarantee a focus on the student. Our podcast will include tips and tricks to use within and out of the classroom, classroom management skills, light hearted stories an ...
 
Ryan Ellis here, the founder and host of the PE Umbrella, a Primary Physical Education podcast and short blog that discusses all things PE. Interviewing inspiring practitioners from the primary education sector, I will be sharing the latest in excellent practice and discussing what makes PE and Sport such an important tool to engage and enhance the learning of children (across the curriculum) so they are ready to leave school with a solid platform to lead a healthy lifestyle and enjoy lifelo ...
 
CancerCare's free Connect Education Workshops are a way for people to learn about cancer-related issues from the convenience of their home or office. Leading experts in oncology provide the most up-to-date information in these workshops to help you and your loved ones better understand and cope with your cancer diagnosis, treatment options, quality-of-life concerns, treatment side effects, pain management, doctor-patient communication and other important topics.
 
Conversations with the world’s leading historians, not just about what they do but how and (for goodness sake) why they do it. What drives them into dusty archives, motivates them through endless edits of books and keeps them always searching for history’s secrets? How did they come to find themselves neck-deep in the past in the first place? Led by historian Dr Joanne Paul (who isn’t exactly sure how she got there either), these are personal conversations with the real makers of history.
 
Primary Care Today features conversations with clinical experts representing a wide range of medical specialties to highlight the latest trends in primary care practice, from clinical pearls to updated guidelines, health informatics, and practice management. This series is hosted by Dr. Brian McDonough, a nationally recognized clinical expert, teacher, and public speaker in primary care.
 
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This week, we give John the episode off, so Kate, Mark and Henry will discuss rapid stool tests in children with community acquired diarrhea, a guideline for managing patients with acute UGI bleeding, and the best duration of antibiotics for ambulatory kids with community-acquired pneumonia
 
This episode focuses on the ‘waking up’ of the American people and the panic this is putting the Democrats/Globalists/Ruling Class/Establishment in. Senator Mike Lee (R-UT) is outed for the RINO he is and President Trump’s class-action lawsuit is explained. Hosted by Todd Workman and Bill Luznicky This is a weekly […] The post #151 – The Sky Is Def…
 
This episode is another of our lovely chats with wider members of the primary care team. Today Lisa and Sara speak to Laura Butroid, a pharmacy technician who is working in primary care. She gives insights into the varied roles of a pharmacy technician within primary care, and how this differs from a pharmacist. She also discusses what the training…
 
Guest Helen Battelley is a world-renowned expert in physical activity in the Early Years. In this episode of The PE Huddle, Helen shares from her wealth of experience, and will inspire you to overhaul your provision. Helen’s enthusiasm for her work is infectious and her top tips will add creativity and fun to the learning in your school. Who is Hel…
 
25 Reading Activities for Summer School | Education to the Core This episode discusses 25 different reading activities for Summer School. It doesn’t matter if you are teaching summer school, extended school year (ESY), at home with your own child, or tutoring for the summer, there are some great activities here for everyone! I know when I taught ES…
 
Welcome to episode 213 of The PE Umbrella Podcast! This week I am joined by the director of Moving Matters Rob Wilkinson. On Rob's second PE Umbrella appearance we find out how he has evolved in the past 5 years and talk about the current primary PE landscape. Talking points include: - What currently excites you about PE? - What misconceptions abou…
 
Dear Listeners, We are very fortunate to have Dr. Vu Kiet Tran as a guest on our podcast this month. Dr. Tran is an emergency medicine doctor, a Life and Financial Coach to healthcare professionals, and the host of the excellent “How is my Financial Health, doc?” podcast. Dr. Tran talks about the importance of understanding that we as healthcare pr…
 
In this week's episode I'm joined by Chris Such and Neil Almond as we try to solve a problem like differentiation. What is differentiation? Why can it be so problematic? Should we differentiate? We try to answer each of these questions and much more. For teachers of all phases and levels of experience, this episode is not to be missed.…
 
In this episode Katy Talento comes back on the show for a third time to discuss her work on patient advocacy, surprise billing, and more. Katy talks about how healthcare has changed since the last time she was on the show, how Biden’s presidency has impacted the healthcare landscape, what she sees happening in the future, and more. Katy Talento, pr…
 
Passed during World War I, the Espionage Act was President Woodrow Wilson's "firm hand of repression" that he used to silence antiwar voices. Touted as a law against spies and saboteurs, the Espionage Act has in fact been a tool to control the flow of information and suppress dissent. Over the interceding years, the Espionage Act became a way to re…
 
Acne is one of the most common skin conditions, affecting about 80% of all teens. While some teens will only experience mild symptoms, others may develop scarring, hyperpigmentation and negative psychosocial effects. Amanda Shepard-Hayes, MD, an Attending Pediatrician specializing in dermatology at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, discusses the…
 
Join us in the latest episode of ICU Primary Prepcast, where Dr Mike Clifford and I discuss how every ICU trainee can prepare for their primary exams on their day to day ward rounds. We suggest using the modified Pomodoro technique i.e - 3 questions at one-bed space per day (25 min total) - One question about the pharmacology of one of the drugs th…
 
play_arrow ICU Primary – Bedside preparation Part 1 Dr Swapnil Pawar In this episode, Dr Mike Clifford and I discuss how every ICU trainee can prepare for their primary exams on their day to day ward rounds. We suggest using the modified Pomodoro technique i.e – 3 questions at one bed-space per day (25 min total) All you need to do is ask your ICU …
 
* Understanding Precision Medicine: Overview & Value of Precision Medicine* How Precision Medicine is Different from Targeted Treatments? * Precision Medicine’s Role in Informing Treatment Decisions: Predicting Response to Treatment* The Role of Precision Medicine in Deciding the Treatment for Lung Cancer, Lymphoma, Leukemia, Colon Cancer & Breast …
 
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