Join me as I speak with Christine Robinson, a Canadian Olympic water polo player from Montreal. She tells me her story of training and competing in the 2004 Olympics in Athens! Commercial music includes: Sam Roberts – Brother Down Leonard Cohen – The Partisan Coeur de Pirate – Comme des enfants
Marisa takes a solo-mental journey! Expect Goth. Music this episode: WAFFLES theme :: Teen Titans Autumn Sea :: Robyn Hitchcock & the Egyptians Deliver Me :: Ben Caplan Do You Love Me? :: Nick Cave & the Bad Seeds M :: The Cure Myriad Harbour :: New Pornographers Victory :: PJ Harvey I Don’t Blame You :: Cat Power Karaoke Queen :: Catatonia The Nude :: Catherine Wheel Hot Cha :: They Might Be Giants The Sailor & the Stenographer :: North Atlantic Explorers Don’t Look Back in Anger :: Oasis Teenage Kicks :: The Undertones Bad Luck :: Neko Case Spirit :: Bauhaus Devil’s Diary :: The Caulfields We Walk :: R.E.M. Take Me to the Riot :: Stars A Girl Like You :: The Smithereens Light of the World :: The Causey Way She’s Lost Control :: Girls Against Boys Alive Again :: DJ Champion Temple of Love :: The Sisters of Mercy Work for Food :: Dramarama Eloise :: The Damned the shore :: drama queen martyr Who Are You :: Tom Waits
TimmyG reveals intimate details of giving birth to a creative project and how it led to him slipping into a life-giving depression. Themes: creativity, depression, expectations, remaining flexible, purposeful suffering.
Kevin Collins from the Queen’s University Student Experience Office joins us in studio to share insights and details about the Queen’s Cares alternative reading week program for undergraduate and graduate students at Queen’s interested in community engagement at local, national, and international levels.
Topic: The integration of virtual simulation into undergraduate nursing training in resuscitation science. Overview: Virtual simulation, or ‘serious games’, are educational games which enable students to learn course content through an engaging and innovative modality. Virtual simulation has shown promising results in a variety of nursing roles, and therefore it is imperative that we evaluate the potential benefit of virtual simulation in improving the training of one of nursing’s most crucial tasks.
Join us for the second half of a great conversation with whole SGPS Executive! Amidst their very busy schedules, they’ve taken the time to tell us all about their respective roles, committee work, and goals for this year as a team. Learn more about Your SGPS and tune in!
Part One of a lovely conversation with the entire SGPS Executive (Society of Graduate and Professional Students) at Queen’s. Listeners will get all the details on opt-in/opt outs, services and benefits offered by the SGPS and how to get involved with committees and the governing Council!
In the second episode of Screening in Kingston, Mike interviews the owner and manager of the Screening Room, Wendy Hout, who relives her first day owning the theatre! Mike and Taylor also review three films including “Searching”, “Mamma Mia 2” and “Juliet, Naked”, introducing their scoring system, “See it”, “Stream it” or “Skip it”. Tune in to hear their thoughts on these films and an amazing interview with Wendy!
Professor, Department of Oncology and Director, Clinical Translational Research, NCIC Clinical Trials Group Evolving Clinical Trials through Collaboration Dr. Janet Dancey is the Director of the Canadian Cancer Trials Group, also known as the CCTG, and a Professor in the Department of Oncology at Queen’s. She is also the Director of the High Impact Clinical Trials Program at the Ontario Institute for Cancer Research. The CCTG has over 80 member institutions, comprising over 2100 Canadian investigators who have facilitated over 500 trials in more than 40 countries. They are also the only non-American partner of the US National Clinical Trials Network. Prior to joining the CCTG, Dr. Dancey was Senior Clinical Investigator in the Cancer Therapy Evaluation Program at the US National Cancer Institute and then Associate Chief of the Investigational Drug Branch. Her expertise lies in anti-cancer drug development, linking drug and biomarker development, and associated clinical trials methodology. In this episode, she discusses the importance of clinical trials and breaks down their evolved and enhanced process for drug development and delivery. Dr. Dancey also explains that the collaborative study of medical interventions in the treatment of cancer have expanded to also investigate how lifestyle, radiation, surgical, and smoke cessation interventions Continue Reading
Assistant Professor and Distinguished Faculty Fellow of Management Information Systems Emails: The Story of a Love/Hate Working Relationship Dr. Shamel Addas joined Smith School of Business in 2016 as Assistant Professor of Information Systems (IS). Prior to that, he was an Assistant Professor of IS at IESEG School of Management in France. Shamel’s research centers on the intended and unintended impact of IS on organizational work. His current research interests include: communication technology interruptions, the dark side of IS, and health information technologies. His research has been published in leading journals such as MIS Quarterly, Journal of Management Information Systems, Information Systems Journal, and others. In this episode, Dr. Addas discusses his research on email interruptions during the workday as part of a bombarding “love/hate” relationship with email. He is researching the impact of these interruptions on work performance and identifying mechanisms responsible for those effects. Dr. Addas also explores how emails can trigger mindless and mindful work processes. https://smith.queensu.ca/faculty_and_research/faculty_list/addas-shamel.php