Internal Medicine: How Physicians Think
Dr. John Setrakian is an assistant professor of Medicine at McGill University and an attending physician at the McGill University Health Centre.
Trauma Medicine: War and Peace
Dr. David Mulder is Chief of Thoracic Surgery at the McGill University Health Centre, physician for the Montreal Canadiens hockey team and a Member of the Order of Canada.
Medical Panel: From the Bench to the Bedside
In this special Homecoming lecture Dean of Medicine and Vice-Principal, Health Affairs, Richard I. Levin moderates a panel discussion featuring some of the University’s most distinguished cancer researchers.
Mushrooms: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly
Expert mycologist Suha Jabaji speaks about the world of fungi and their integral relationship with the health of the planet in this Freaky Friday presentation.
Health Assessment and Promotion
This course focuses on the complete health assessment, the nursing process, and its relationship to the prevention and early detection of disease in clients across the life span. This course introduces processes of health assessment: interviewing, history-taking, and physical assessment. Dominant models, theories and perspectives are used to explain health behavior are considered in relation to evidence-based health promotion and health education strategies. Students are also expected to identif
Virtual Maths, Cuboid - Excavation quiz1
Interactive simulaton explaining how to calculate cubic capacity of a truck for carrying excavated materials
Bernstein on Inequality
William Bernstein, author of A Splendid Exchange, talks with EconTalk host Russ Roberts about inequality. Bernstein is worried about it; Roberts is not. Bernstein argues that inequality is damaging to the health of low-status people and hurts the health of the economy. Roberts challenges Bernstein's empirical evidence. It's a lively conversation on the economics of status, productivity and the progressivity of taxes.
Brady on the State of the Electorate
David Brady of Stanford University talks with EconTalk host Russ Roberts about the state of the electorate and what current and past political science have to say about the upcoming midterm elections. Drawing on his own survey work and that of others, Brady uses current opinion polls to predict a range of likely outcomes in the House and Senate in November. He then discusses the role of recent health care legislation in the upcoming election as well as Obama's approval ratings. The conversation
Using Ultrasound to Engineer Synthetic Tissue
Most people think of ultrasound as a technology used to see an image of a baby as it develops or as a tool for diagnosing an illness or injury within the body. For Diane Dalecki, Professor of Biomedical Engineering, and Denise Hocking, Associate Professor of Pharmacology and Physiology, its uses range much farther than those two common instances. In their research labs, ultrasound is being used to organize cells and proteins with the pressure waves that ultrasound produces, in a way that might s
Relevance of Organic Dairy Cattle Breeding Embedding the concept of competency maps Commercial Radio in the UK - Gillian Reynolds Activity 1 for Scenario Health Design Technology Institute Designing Health Communications - Dr David Sless Extending the Life of Coca-Cola The Open Society as an Enemy [Audio] 21A.215 Medical Anthropology: Culture, Society, and Ethics in Disease and Health (MIT) Auditieve illusie Waarom hoor je de zee in een schelp? Plaats je een schelp tegen je oor dan werkt er ondertussen aan de buitenzijde van de schelp omgevingsgeluid op in. Hierbij worden bepaalde frequenties weggefilterd, …
Presentation by Bio Institut - lfz Raumberg-Gumpenstein, Styria, Austria
This presentation outlines the background, context and transferability of a competency mapping tool originally developed in health but suitable for enterprise
Gillian Reynolds MBE is a Liverpool born journalist and broadcaster. During her career, she has worked as Radio Critic for the Guardian and for the Daily Telegraph, as well as Programme Controller of Radio City, Liverpool. She has served as Member and Vice Chair of the Art Council of England’s Film and Video Broadcasting Panel. She was a Member of the National Sound Archive Advisory Council, and chairs the Charles Parker Archive Trust at the Central Library, Birmingham. She is a Council member
This is the curriculum of activity 1 that is described in the educational scenario "The use of the stinging nettle (Urtica dioica L.) as a natural fungicide"
The Health Design Technology Institute will be the home of a number of initiatives for designing technologies and ways of working to help people manage their healthcare. This includes designing better products and systems to help the healthcare industry to manage the diverse needs of a number of people with long-term health conditions.
Dr David Sless, CEO of the Communication Research Institute, gives a talk on health information design.
Adding a healthier Coke to a line of brands already positioned to be “better for you” could be a winning formula.
Speaker(s): Professor Jason McKenzie Alexander | It is often said that openness and transparency are required for liberal democracies. But is this true for openness and transparency of personal information? Jason McKenzie Alexander is professor of philosophy at LSE.
This course looks at medicine from a cross-cultural perspective, focusing on the human, as opposed to biological, side of things. Students learn how to analyze various kinds of medical practice as cultural systems. Particular emphasis is placed on Western (bio-) medicine; students examine how biomedicine constructs disease, health, body, and mind, and how it articulates with other institutions, national and international.
Embedding the concept of competency maps
Commercial Radio in the UK - Gillian Reynolds
Activity 1 for Scenario
Health Design Technology Institute
Designing Health Communications - Dr David Sless
Extending the Life of Coca-Cola
The Open Society as an Enemy [Audio]
21A.215 Medical Anthropology: Culture, Society, and Ethics in Disease and Health (MIT)
Auditieve illusie Waarom hoor je de zee in een schelp? Plaats je een schelp tegen je oor dan werkt er ondertussen aan de buitenzijde van de schelp omgevingsgeluid op in. Hierbij worden bepaalde frequenties weggefilterd, …
Waarom hoor je de zee in een schelp?
Plaats je een schelp tegen je oor dan werkt er ondertussen aan de buitenzijde van de schelp omgevingsgeluid op in. Hierbij worden bepaalde frequenties weggefilterd, …