Practical elements of healthcare environmental cleaning - With Brett Mitchell and Martin Kiernan
Infection Control Matters
In this podcast, Brett and Martin discuss a paper from March 2021 published by Assadian and colleagues, in the Journal of Hospital Infection. "Practical recommendations for routine cleaning and disinfection procedures in healthcare institutions: a narrative review" https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/33744383/. We particularly liked the way that the paper is structured and that, although published in a focused scientific journal, the paper is accessible to all with an interest in hospital hygiene. Assadian O, Harbarth S, Vos M, Knobloch JK, Asensio A, Widmer AF Practical recommendations for routine cleaning and disinfection procedures in healthcare institutions: a narrative review. J Hosp Infect 2021; doi 10.1016/j.jhin.2021.03.010.
Bob catches up with his older brother Brett Mitchell, drummer in Jebediah, on the eve of their first show in almost a year, in an Adelaide hotel room to reminisce about growing up and music by Tasmin Archer, Nazareth & Kiss. Email firstname.lastname@example.org Soundtrack https://open.spotify.com/playlist/70oqYSB9BKIq8gzWsW5Ovs?si=9wWX7tN_ReSeWtPMFChEuQ See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
American conductor and Music Director of the Colorado Symphony talks about John Williams and how the music of the Maestro inspired him throughout his artistic and personal life.Hosted by Maurizio CaschettoTalented conductor Brett Mitchell talks about how much the music of John Williams played a crucial role in his artistic and personal life. We also talk about the challenges of conducting live-to-picture concerts, the differences between film and concert works, the importance of John Williams in the history of American music, and Brett’s attitude when preparing and programming a concert program. Discover more at https://thelegacyofjohnwilliams.com/2019/08/29/brett-mitchell-podcast/
PT25: A Mini Masterclass on Programming, with Brett Mitchell
We return from break with an extra treat from our recent discussion with Brett. He walks us through his programming philosophy with a few examples from the Colorado Symphony's upcoming season. Support the show (https://patreon.com/podiumtimepod)
PT23: "Please Don't Call Me Maestro," with Brett Mitchell
Today we get into the weeds on assistant conductor auditions and more. Brett Mitchell is starting his second season as the Music Director of the Colorado Symphony, and he has had a whirlwind of activity since conducting CSO for the first time less than two years ago. We get into how he accidentally auditioned, the details of their recent assistant search, and the organic changes that come with a new leader.This week we discuss:First encounters conducting the Colorado SymphonyDetails of the assistant conductor searchThe biggest mistake you can make when applying for anythingChanges with a new Music DirectorConnect with Brett Mitchell on Twitter and Facebook at @MaestroMitchell and Facebook.com/BrettMitchellConductor Support the show (https://patreon.com/podiumtimepod)
Paper Trails: Brett Mitchell on infectious diseases
Hospitals help sick people get better, but what happens when a sick person catches an infection? Associate Professor Brett Mitchell from Avondale College of Higher Education shares his nationally-recognised research into preventing hospital infections.
Classical Classroom, Episode 115: Awakening John Williams’ “Force” With Brett Mitchell
This episode is full of spoilers – not just spoilers about The Force Awakens, but about future Star Wars episodes. Okay – they could be future spoilers. Right now, they’re just our attempts at trying to find the Easter eggs hidden in John Williams’ new score. This may be the nerdiest and most epic episode of Classical Classroom to date. Brett Mitchell, Associate Conductor of the Cleveland Orchestra and Music Director of the Cleveland Orchestra Youth Orchestra, is your guide through the music of the latest Star Wars episode. He teaches about John Williams as a composer and about important tools of the compositional trade, and reveals how this new music is tied to Williams’ scores for the original films. Mitchell takes no prisoners, and does not care for Ewoks. Prepare for hyperdrive. Music for the episode: “Ride of the Valkyries.” From The Ring Cycle, by Richard Wagner. Music from the original motion picture scores for Star Wars: Episode 1, The Phantom Menace Star Wars: Episode 4, A New Hope Star Wars: Episode 7, The Force Awakens Audio production by X-Wing pilot Todd “Dameron” Hulslander with lightsaber sounds by Dacia Clay and editing by Mark DiClaudio. Many thanks to Angela “Organa” Mitchell, Randy Davis, and Al Dahlhausen at WCLV for their help with this episode! Like this episode? Check out Classical Classroom, Episode 4: Leitmotif In Star Wars, also featuring Brett Mitchell!
Singer-songwriter Brett Mitchell thrives on the road, embraces northern Michigan’s vibrant music scene
Local Spins Live
Playing Rockford Brewing tonight (Friday) with his band, the drummer and guitarist continues to churn out catchy pop-rock. Watch a video of a new song and listen to the radio podcast of Local Spins on WYCE No. 40 with the debut of new tracks by Peat in the Creel, Bong Mountain, Rochelle & The Spoilers and more.