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This is I.T. (Inconvenient Truth)!!! – Drug Debate/ Treatment Options
With the CDC and different states trying to limit the options for those using opiates to help control pain. The debate is whether those on opiates are addicts or patients. Another debate within the Chronic Pain Community is if you don’t take prescribed medication than the person may not be suffering as much as those who do. Let’s look at what is being state and by whom. Is there a difference on who says what? Are those who suffer from Chronic Pain relying too heavily on doctors to give them a “Cure” of “Hope?” Call in and give us your thoughts and opinions as we work to a solution in which everyone can work together and fight for the cause.
Brought to you by The American Public Safety Training Institute (TAPSTI) www.tapsti.org, this 2 hour session will review the work of Dr. Peter Kraska and Dr. W. Lawrence Neuman and their excellent textbook entitled “Criminal Justice and Criminology Research Methods” (2012, 2nd ed.). Thinking about your application of ethics in your research project is critical to your completing enough preparation to be successful. Ethical conduct ensures that the "knowledge–power dynamic" which we understand so well in public safety generates knowledge only from credible research. As a criminal justice researcher you have a professional and ethical obligation to create new knowledge that is useful, accurate, credible, and that can be generalized across a wide population. The purpose of this seminar is to ensure you understand and appreciate the ethical implications of your research as well as the potential adverse impacts that research can have on others.
We review Monday Night Raw right after the show instead of waiting for other podcasts to do it and regurgitate the same opinions. We might also talk about the Iowa caucuses, but more likely will turn our attention to more important things in the midwest like NXT house shows.
This week we are honored to have special guest, Heru Ankh Ra Semahj SePtah, presiding elder of the Shrine of Ptah on Ra Sekhi Radio to discuss the NEW 42. The 42 Laws of MA'AT have, called for the formation of a MA’AT MILITIA. While militias have traditionally armed themselves with weapons of violence- guns, knives, swords, etc. This MA’AT Militia will have a different purpose. We will arm ourselves with MA’AT ethical codes in order to address contemporary issues which plague our AfraKAmenta communities. Our ancient SMAI TAUWI Nile Valley ancestors left us 42 Confessions of MA’AT which we honor, and which will remain intact as written on ancient papyri. Due to the passing of time and changing of lifestyle, we people of Afrakan ascent are challenged to supplement our MA’AT ethical codes.
Join us as we explore the New 42 and gain deeper overstanding of the peace of restoring MA'AT to our lives, our communities, and the Earth once again.
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We previously discussed this topic in July but due to numerous network failures the show was going on an off air on multiple occassions. We believe the importance of this subject requires a re-do.
Show Topic: One of the forgotten unwritten philosophies of life. Forgiveness. No subject touches a nerve more in the treatment setting than the topic of Forgiveness. Whether you are the one doing the Forgiving or whether you are the one seeking Forgiveness, it often seems out of arms reach. We're going to discuss what's required in order to "experience" Forgiveness and why some find it so diffcult. Here's a clue: There's No Free Lunch.........
Show Segments: Recap, Show Topic, Recovery Support Time
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Topic: Co-Host status. The Transition anniversary of the late great Joe Wiliams. Maybe a story or two..who knows!!
Topic: Is it Death, Destruction, Despair...or it Death..the Divine Dichotomy? And what does this have to do with Treatment and or Recovery?!? We'll delve into the shallows of a subject often avoided, but certainy often experienced..
Topic: Thanksgiving. What is there to be thankful for in the Recovery realm?
Segments: Recap, Show Topics, Recovery Support Time
Please join us this Thursday, January 28, 2016 for a live show with host Denise Messenger. Our special guest is Dr. Babak Dadvand. He will be discussing Gynecomastia (breast surgery for men) and the treatment plan he has surgically perfected. At a very young age he had a fascination with the relationship between the arts and sciences. Indeed, when he went on to pursue an Ivy League education at the University of Pennsylvania, he double majored in chemistry and fine arts to further explore these areas. Dr. Dadvand graduated Magna Cum Laude from the University of Pennsylvania and was further recognized for his outstanding achievements by being named a member of Phi Beta Kappa. He then went on to medical school at the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine where he was drawn to the surgical specialties. After earning his doctorate of Medicine (MD) he attended the prestigious Cleveland Clinic Foundation where he completed a full General Surgery training program. He excelled both clinically and academically, with multiple publications upon completion of his training. Dr. Dadvand passed both the written and oral examinations to become Board Certified by the American Board of Surgery. He was then accepted to the plastic surgery program at Indiana University Medical Center, a rigorous top-tier program. Here, he honed his skills in all facets of plastic surgery, including cleft-lip/palate repair, head and neck reconstruction, and breast reconstruction. Dr. Dadvand also utilized his time at Indiana University to pursue academic interests, including publications in peer review journals. Dr. Dadvand drew from years of training and experience during his advanced aesthetic fellowship in Beverly Hills. He knew that all the additional years of training he pursued were necessary to gain true expertise in the field of aesthetic plastic surgery. You asked for it and we deliver!
Charlies Elias, Founder of PRN For Families in Colorado explained to Lon January 12, 2016 that families need continuing professional advice and support when they realize that the standard therapy they have been relying on is not enough. Charlies went through the steps they go through to reassure families they understand the family dynamics and can guide them to help heal their struggling teen through healing the whole family.
Contact: Charlies Elias 888-762-5973 firstname.lastname@example.org www.prnforfamilies.com
Lon Woodbury 208-267-7717 email@example.com www.strugglingteens.com
This is one of a series of short interviews about new developments in the network of private, parent-choice residential schools and programs helping struggling teens and young adults. The guests are innovative leaders in this network. To hear other interviews in this series, click on "Follow" above, or click on The Woodbury Report or www.strugglingteens.com
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Show Topic: No Free Lunch. For almost every aspect of a mature person's life, said in numerous ways, applied to numerous situations, this unwritten philosophy of life is a MUST in order for one to fulfill what they may need, what they may want, and or what others may deem they need to move forward in their life. Sustained recovery does not exist without it. We'll explain.
Show Segments: Recap, Show Topic, Recovery Support Time
In the wake of new immunotherapies being approved by the FDA and many more in clinical trials, will transplants continue to be an integral part of myeloma treatment? With therapeutic potential of a myeloma cure, the use of donor stem cell transplantation/ allogeneic transplantation is highly debated in the medical field due to associated risks; when does benefits outweigh the risks and can allo transplants be used to salvage and cure relapsed patients? What about curative potential of autologous transplants? With modern therapies storming the myeloma armamentarium, Dr. Frits van Rhee of UAMS is back on CureTalks discussing auto transplants for treatment of myeloma and giving his take on allogeneic transplants is Dr. Gosta Gahrton of Karolinska Institute (Has been member and chairman of Nobel Committee of the Karolinska Institute). Myeloma panel includes advocates and survivors, Gary Petersen, Jack Aiello, and Nick van Dyk.
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Show Topic: Gaudenzia is the story of a horse. What happened to this horse? Why did this horse become a symbol in the Recovery community at large, the Daytop community specifically. Gaudenzia at one time was celebrated in place of Halloween in the Daytop residential treatment facilities. We'll discuss Gaudenzia and how it relates and connects to those striving to achieve recovery from substance abuse
Show Segments: Recap, Letters from the President, Show Topic, Recovery Support Time
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