In this episode I talked with Constantina about her struggle with anxiety. Listen to this episode if you want to learn how stigma prevented her from reaching out, and what she is doing to help others in her program who are suffering in silence. Enjoy!
Portage: Episode 4 – British Colombia – Living in the BC Wilderness as a hunter-gatherer for 7 years
Ever wonder what it is like to live in the BC wilderness? How about for SEVEN YEARS!??! I speak with Shari Hughson about her amazing story living as hunter-gatherers with her husband from 2007-2014 in rural British Colombia. Commercial music includes: Michael Buble – Feeling Good
Topic: Youth Alcohol in Kingston. Overview: Our objective is to describe youth presentation at the Emergency department from alcohol related issues. Information gathered will allow for temporal maps to be developed along with demographic profiles of those who access services.
In the 6th episode of Screening in Kingston, Mike and Taylor review “The Wife” and “A Simple Favour” as well as discuss the planned Barbie Movie and a live action CATS movie? The musical comes alive for the big screen? Or does it? All that and more on Screening in Kingston!
Lead singer of the Big Phat Horn Band and career singer, songwriter & musician since his days here in high school. Music: Song 1: 12:01 – Michael K. Myers/Wish you were here/ N/A Song 2: 26:00 – Michael K. Myers/What am I going to do/You are here
First hour featuring, from the September 22nd 100 Thousand Poets for Change event held at The Spire, you’ll hear a musical performance by SAPPH DECAF (Haley Sarfeld/Steph Keilhack), and then readings by Donald Mitchell, Anne Graham, and Elizabeth Greene. Second hour featuring and concluding the first half of that afternoon session of the event, you’ll hear readings by Meg Freer, Bob MacKenzie, songs by Jennie Marshall, and then a musical performance by Erika Lamon.
Doctor doctor, give us the news: we’ve got a bad case of WAFFLES!, you! All doctors & nurses (and illness and wellness [and some science Doctors]) on this edition of WAFFLES!, featuring the amazing Songs for Rockwood, Doctor Worm (Matt’s favourite song of ALL TIME?!?), Marisa playing the New York Dolls, and much more! Music from this show: WAFFLES theme :: Teen Titans Go! Doctor Atomic Act II Scene 3 :: John Adams Medicine for a Nightmare :: Sun Ra St James Infirmary :: Louis Armstrong Straight No Chaser :: Dr. Lonnie Smith One Of Us Cannot Be Wrong :: Leonard Cohen Dr. Love Power :: Ann Peebles The Crossover :: Destroyer Mouser :: Fiver True Love Will Find You in the End :: Matthew Good El Nino Inseminado :: Vainica Doble Smokers Outside the Hospital Doors :: Editors Doctor Worm :: They Might Be Giants Song for Ted Sallis :: The Mountain Goats Sick :: Big Dick Twisted :: Joni Mitchell Doctor Blind :: Emily Haines & the Soft Skeleton Pills :: New York Dolls Nurse & Patient :: The Burning Hell Attack the Doctor :: Blockhead Doctor :: Hot Chip Monster Hospital :: Metric Not the Doctor :: Continue Reading
Gabor Fichtinger, Professor and Canada Research Chair (Tier 1) in Computer-Integrated Surgery, School of Computing Caitlin Yeo, Chief Resident in General Surgery, School of Medicine Flying Blindly vs. GPS Navigation in Surgical Procedures Dr. Gabor Fichtinger is the Canada Research Chair in Computer-Assisted Surgery and a Professor in the School of Computing at Queen’s. His research focuses on computer-assisted surgery and interventions, specifically on integrating and translating medical imaging, image computing, scientific visualization, surgical planning and navigation, robotics, and biosensors into clinical use. He also specializes in minimally invasive percutaneous interventions performed under image guidance, with primary applications in the detection and treatment of cancer. He has an active lab filled with many undergraduate and graduate student researchers, and is a Fellow of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers. Dr. Caitlin Yeo is the incoming Chief Resident in Surgery, and a past Post-Doctoral Fellow with the Lab for Percutaneous Surgery under the supervision of Dr. Fichtinger. She has been a Resident in General Surgery at Queen’s since 2013, and she completed her Master’s of Medical Education at the University of Dundee in Scotland. Dr. Yeo collaborates closely with the PerkLab and other members of the School of Computing and Continue Reading
Queen’s National Scholar in Political Philosophy and Critical Prison Studies, Department of Philosophy Is Treating the Death Penalty as a Medical Procedure Due Diligence to Avoid Pain? Dr. Lisa Guenther is the Queen’s National Scholar in Political Philosophy and Critical Prison Studies, jointly appointed in the Department of Philosophy and the Cultural Studies Program. Dr. Guenther’s research focuses on the intersection of phenomenology, political philosophy, and critical prison studies, with further specializations in feminism and philosophy of race. She is a public philosopher, publishing her work both in academic journals and in major media outlets including The New York Times and CBC’s “Ideas.” She is the author of the renowned 2013 book Solitary Confinement: Social Death and its Afterlives and is currently working on a book about incarceration, reproductive politics, and settler colonialism in Canada, Australia, and the United States. In this episode, Dr. Guenther discusses the medical effectiveness of the death penalty in the United States, the only Western country to practice capital punishment in the twenty-first century. https://www.queensu.ca/philosophy/guenther-lisa
In this episode I talk about the lessons I learned from the book “Hector and the Search for Happiness”. Listen to this episode if you want to learn about some of the different things that can make us happy, and why searching for happiness can sometimes make us fall short. Enjoy!