Tag: medicine

U.S. Air Force: Capt Zarah Davis, Social Worker

U.S. Air Force: Capt Zarah Davis, Social Worker

I was a clinical social worker for a local hospice agency. I was also a clinical social worker working for a local home health agency. I wanted to join the Air Force because I wanted to hone more…

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This Implant Helps The Paralyzed Walk Again

This Implant Helps The Paralyzed Walk Again

We used to think that the brain controlled all our movements, so when you had a spinal cord injury, if you lost that communication between the brain and the spinal cord, there’s really nothing you can do unless…

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Profit or Purpose?

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Why do businesses exist? To earn profits? Or to serve a purpose? Now the conventional view is that businesses exist solely to make profits. But this leads to some concerns that businesses are not serving society and therefore…

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Doctor Fellowships Australia

Doctor Fellowships Australia

There’s more than one type of fellowship here in Australia. Hello I’m Dr Anthony Llewellyn the Career Doctor from AdvanceMed. O ne of the many points of confusion about the Australian medical system is around fellowships. This can…

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Zimbabwe’s Codeine Cough Syrup Epidemic

Zimbabwe’s Codeine Cough Syrup Epidemic
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Henry Ford Cardiology Fellowship Testimonial – Bobak Rabbani, M.D.

Henry Ford Cardiology Fellowship Testimonial – Bobak Rabbani, M.D.

Hello, my name is Bob Rabbani and I’m the program director of the cardiovascular disease fellowship at Henry Ford Hospital. We in the cardiovascular division are very proud of our fellowship. With 29 total fellows we are one…

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Henry Ford Cardiology Fellowship Testimonial – James McCord, M.D.

Henry Ford Cardiology Fellowship Testimonial – James McCord, M.D.

My name is Jim McCord, I am the inpatient director of cardiology at Henry Ford Hospital, and it is my pleasure to say I have actually done all my training at Henry Ford. I was an intern, a…

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TEDxPortsmouth – Dr. Alan Watkins – Being Brilliant Every Single Day (Part 1)

TEDxPortsmouth – Dr. Alan Watkins – Being Brilliant Every Single Day (Part 1)

Translator: Queenie Lee Reviewer: Ellen Maloney Thank you very much, Lee. I’m going to talk to you about you, and how you can be brilliant every single day. So, a big ask! I spent the last 15 years…

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Stanford fellows design medical device made of popsicle sticks

Stanford fellows design medical device made of popsicle sticks

[MUSIC PLAYING] Stanford University. Frugality is embedded in an Indian’s mindset. The resources are so constrained– are so limited that you have to go down the frugal route. The natural flavor in us, it came out. And it…

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Could Mosquitoes Actually Cure This Disease?

Could Mosquitoes Actually Cure This Disease?

For half of the planet, mosquitoes are more than just a nuisance. Their bites transmit parasites and viruses that kill millions of people each year. One of them, dengue virus, causes dengue fever. It’s often called breakbone fever…

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