New & Trending tracks on Soundclound

#Learning

  • Performance validity tests - Their role in neuropsychology assessments
    BMJ talk medicine
    12:29
    Science
    864

    Dr Laura Mc Whirter joins our podcast editor Colin Mahoney to discuss her recent systematic review of performance validity tests used across a range of neurological and psychiatric disorders. Are these tests useful and which conditions are the most likely to be helpful in. Join us to find out. https://jnnp.bmj.com/content/91/9/945

  • Political Transition In Somalia - Panel
    Rift Valley Institute
    44:40
    News & Politics
    80
  • Let Freedom Ring! (from "Fierce Urgency of Now")
    Virginia Humanities
    05:48
    104

    August 28th marks the 50th anniversary of the Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr.'s famous speech in front of the Lincoln memorial in Washington, D.C., when, at the close of the March on Washington, he spoke of his dream for racial harmony and economic equality in the United States. In this special episode of BackStory, Peter, Ed, and Brian place that march, and King's speech, in a broader, and deeper historical perspective. We look to the roots of the march in the radical labor politics of the 1940s, and even further back to the Emancipation Proclamation – the 100th anniversary year of which the march was timed to coincide with. With guests who helped organize or attended the march, they’ll consider the anxieties felt by many in Washington in the days leading up to it, and get personal perspectives on the events and impact of the day. And they’ll reflect on that impact in the long-run. Have we achieved the marchers’ aims for “jobs and freedom,” or has the economic part faded from view? What impact has Martin Luther King’s “I Have a Dream” speech had on race relations in the United States? Is King’s plea for action in the “fierce urgency of now” as necessary today as it was 50 years ago?

  • Being There (from "Fierce Urgency of Now")
    Virginia Humanities
    04:36
    102

    August 28th marks the 50th anniversary of the Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr.'s famous speech in front of the Lincoln memorial in Washington, D.C., when, at the close of the March on Washington, he spoke of his dream for racial harmony and economic equality in the United States. In this special episode of BackStory, Peter, Ed, and Brian place that march, and King's speech, in a broader, and deeper historical perspective. We look to the roots of the march in the radical labor politics of the 1940s, and even further back to the Emancipation Proclamation – the 100th anniversary year of which the march was timed to coincide with. With guests who helped organize or attended the march, they’ll consider the anxieties felt by many in Washington in the days leading up to it, and get personal perspectives on the events and impact of the day. And they’ll reflect on that impact in the long-run. Have we achieved the marchers’ aims for “jobs and freedom,” or has the economic part faded from view? What impact has Martin Luther King’s “I Have a Dream” speech had on race relations in the United States? Is King’s plea for action in the “fierce urgency of now” as necessary today as it was 50 years ago?

  • Washington Awaits (from "Fierce Urgency of Now")
    Virginia Humanities
    09:03
    103

    August 28th marks the 50th anniversary of the Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr.'s famous speech in front of the Lincoln memorial in Washington, D.C., when, at the close of the March on Washington, he spoke of his dream for racial harmony and economic equality in the United States. In this special episode of BackStory, Peter, Ed, and Brian place that march, and King's speech, in a broader, and deeper historical perspective. We look to the roots of the march in the radical labor politics of the 1940s, and even further back to the Emancipation Proclamation – the 100th anniversary year of which the march was timed to coincide with. With guests who helped organize or attended the march, they’ll consider the anxieties felt by many in Washington in the days leading up to it, and get personal perspectives on the events and impact of the day. And they’ll reflect on that impact in the long-run. Have we achieved the marchers’ aims for “jobs and freedom,” or has the economic part faded from view? What impact has Martin Luther King’s “I Have a Dream” speech had on race relations in the United States? Is King’s plea for action in the “fierce urgency of now” as necessary today as it was 50 years ago?

  • I Call on the Power of Infinite Compassion
    San Francisco Zen Center
    45:07
    201

    Basic teachings and practices for these challenging times of Pandemic Practice. 09/13/2020, Eijun Linda Cutts, dharma talk at Green Gulch Farm.

  • How to Teach an Old Dog New Tricks - Breaking Through as a Challenger Brand in a Dominating Industry with Michael Landa
    EOFire
    27:34
    108

    In Business School, Michael Landa was taught never to take on an industry where 4 players control over 80% of the market. That’s exactly what he did - and now his company, Nulo, is one of the fastest-growing brands in pet food. Top 3 Value Bombs: 1. Don’t compromise on providing a highly differentiated product and value to end consumers. Figure out what it is that’s going to be differentiated and deliver on it. 2. Once entrepreneurs get traction and they’re on the radar with your brand, you’re going to be scrutinized by competitors. Just stay focus, go slow to go fast. 3. Stand for something. Don’t deviate. Stay true to your brand and your mission. That will get you really far. Visit Michael’s website and get 25% off on anything you order. - Sponsors: : Looking for a business coach who has helped thousands of entrepreneurs just like you to increase their profitability by an average of 104% per year? Schedule your free consultation today with Clay Clark at ! : Join Thinkific’s first ever 5-day Course Challenge and walk away with a complete blueprint for your online course that you’ll be ready to put into action! Sign-up for this FREE challenge today at !

  • Everett Spruce, Barry X Ball
    Modern Art Notes Podcast
    01:07:01
    podcast
    0

    Curator Shirley Reece-Hughes, artist Barry X Ball.

  • Use of Talcum Powder and Risk of Ovarian Cancer with Katie O'Brien
    BMJ talk medicine
    19:56
    310

    In this episode of the IJGC podcast, Editor-in-Chief Dr. Pedro Ramirez, is joined by Dr. Katie O'Brien to discuss the Use of Talcum Powder and Risk of Ovarian Cancer. Dr. Katie M. O’Brien is an epidemiologist with the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences. She studies environmental and genetic risk factors for cancer and helps lead the Sister Study, a cohort of more than 50,000 women who all had a sister diagnosed with breast cancer.

  • 045 Welcome back: Iszi explores the collection
    British Museum
    23:13
    28

    In this special episode, Iszi welcomes Members back to the Museum as it re-opens its doors to the public. Iszi takes us on the Members highlight tour of the permanent collection, and rediscovers some fascinating objects from past civilisations. The British Museum Membercast is a monthly podcast made available to ‘all studious and curious persons’. Comedian, podcaster and super-fan Iszi Lawrence (The Z List Dead List) presents snippets from exclusive Members’ lectures at the Museum, artfully woven together with interviews and her own musings. Please share your comments and feedback about the podcast! You can talk to us on Twitter @britishmuseum using the hashtag #membercast or email [email protected]

  • WT483 - Drunk on Design
    Wood Talk
    45:00
    15,044
  • Just Say No (from "All Hopped Up")
    Virginia Humanities
    04:12
    117

    When a dozen-odd states decriminalized marijuana in the 1970s, one group of determined parents pushed back. Hosts Brian Balogh, Ed Ayers, and Peter Onuf chat with historian Emily Dufton about what that episode means for decriminalization today.

  • How to use our human nature to create a better world
    YaleUniversity
    20:52
    276

    Mecca Griffith interviews Christian ethics professor Jennifer Herdt on the human capacity for both empathy and exclusion—and society’s proven ability to create change in the face of injustice.

  • End of life care
    BMJ talk medicine
    14:14
    2,365

    End of life care is specialised medical care for people with serious illness that focuses on the best quality of life for both the patient and their family. Oliver Minton, Macmillan Consultant, Brighton and Sussex University Hospital, Brighton, UK, gives us an overview of best practice in this area. For more on end of life care, visit BMJ Best Practice: bestpractice.bmj.com/topics/en-gb/1020 - The purpose of this podcast is to educate and to inform. The content of this podcast does not constitute medical advice and it is not intended to function as a substitute for a healthcare practitioner’s judgement, patient care or treatment. The views expressed by contributors are those of the speakers. BMJ does not endorse any views or recommendations discussed or expressed on this podcast. Listeners should also be aware that professionals in the field may have different opinions. By listening to this podcast, listeners agree not to use its content as the basis for their own medical treatment or for the medical treatment of others.

  • Pretty Much Pop #60: Manga 101 w/ Deborah Shamoon
    Partially Examined Life
    49:29
    25

    Mark, Erica and Brian (all manga noobs) are joined by Japanese Studies prof. to talk about barriers for Americans to appreciate manga, different manga types (Deborah works on shojo manga, i.e. for girls), Osamu Tezuka (the "god of comics" who created Astro Boy et al), classic vs. new manga, gender portrayals, and more. For more, visit . Hear bonus content for this episode at .

  • Dixon Experimental Sound Film (from "Real to Reel")
    Virginia Humanities
    01:35
    102

    Six of this year’s nine nominees for Best Picture at the Oscars are films based in history. That may seem like a lot, but for the past 40 years, the majority of Best Picture winners have had an historical bent. On this episode we ask what makes history such a popular subject for American filmmakers. From the early days of film — when people thought movies would replace textbooks in the classroom — to the Cold War — when the government and Hollywood thought they could control behavior through film — the History Guys look at the impact of history on celluloid culture, and at how movies have made and remade history. They also debate the merits of current Oscar nominees (Lincoln, Zero Dark Thirty, and Django Unchained) and consider the ways those movies reflect contemporary thinking about history.

  • From Active Duty Navy to Internet Entrepreneur: How to Turn Your Passion into Profit with Douglas James
    EOFire
    30:55
    114

    Douglas James aka “The High-Ticket Client Guy” is a former Navy Corpsman who has trained over 1,500 entrepreneurs to maximize their earning potential with his proven sales and marketing strategies. Top 3 Value Bombs: 1. If there’s something inside you where you know you need a change, where you demand more success for yourself, listen to that voice in your head. Listen to your intuition. 2. This crisis gave a big plus for entrepreneurs to make income in their home and turn passion into profit; being able to help people from afar using the internet. 3. Small business are the life and blood of the country, but lots of them are being limited or restricted. Learn more about Douglas and his business. - Sponsors: : Hiring is challenging. But there’s one place you can go where hiring is simple, fast and smart: ZipRecruiter! Try ZipRecruiter FOR FREE at ! : The ecommerce marketing platform that helps brands build relationships with memorable email and SMS messages. Learn more and get started with a free trial at

  • Man o' War (from "Been There, Done That")
    Virginia Humanities
    04:37
    102

    Author Charlie Schroeder talks with the American History Guys about how he reenacted his way through history and lived to write a book about it.

  • Hillsdale Dialogues 07-31-2020 Great Figures in History: Philip and Alexander
    Hillsdale College
    34:28
    News & Politics
    7,753

    Larry P. Arnn and Paul Rahe join Hugh Hewitt to discuss Philip and Alexander.

  • [나는의사다] 예민 보스들 드루와 드루와~ 예민한 사람들을 위한 처방전
    Docdocdoc
    30:31
    Science
    1,920

    나의사 839회) 중요한 일을 앞두고 배가 아픈 경험 다들 있으시죠? 이게 다 예민하기 때문에 생기는 일인데요, 예민하다는 건 나쁜 걸까요? 예민함은 타고나는 유전적인 성향이기도 하지만주변 환경때문에 후천적으로 예민해지기도 한다는데요, 예민함을 잘 다스리면 오히려 성공하는 사람이 될 수도 있다고 하네요. 삼성서울병원 정신건강의학과 전홍진 교수님이 알려주는 예민한 사람들을 위한 처방전!을 지금 만나보세요. ※예민도 체크리스트도 들어있어요 02:04 '예민하다’ 정신건강의학적으로 어떤 의미인가요? 07:17 ‘예민함’은 원래 타고나는 건가요? 13:40 예민한 사람의 특징 18:34 둔감한 사람의 특징 23:22 병적인 예민함 해결방법