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Chris Edwards, director of tax policy studies at the Cato Institute, joins us this week to discuss the Biden administration's latest infrastructure endeavor, similar undertakings from US history, and what infrastructure actually means.
Chris Edwards is the godfather of our sport, if it wasn’t for him, we wouldn’t be where we are today. In the final part of our 3 part series with Chris, we talk about straying away from mainstream media to create The Diversity tour, the revamp of Birth Clothing, what his goal is to help our sport, and so much more!
Christopher Edwards, PharmD, BCPS (@emergencypharm) Chris Edwards, PharmD, BCPS, is an assistant professor with the University of Arizona College of Pharmacy and a clinical assistant professor with the University of Arizona College of Medicine, Department of Emergency Medicine. After completing PGY1 and PGY2 residency training with the University of Arizona, Chris worked as a clinical pharmacist in the emergency department of Banner University Medical Center - Tucson (BUMCT) then as a senior manager of clinical pharmacy services with BUMCT before moving into a faculty role with the University of Arizona College of Pharmacy. As a faculty member, he maintains a clinical practice in the emergency department at BUMCT, coordinates a pharmacotherapeutics course for second-year pharmacy students, and researches pharmacy practice in emergency medicine. Chris currently serves as a delegate to ASHP’s House of Delegates representing the state of Arizona, as Director at Large for the Arizona Pharmacy Association, and as vice-chair for ASHP’s Council on Education and Workforce Development. Full bio here In this episode we covered: BPS exam for EM puts EM on the same playing field as other specialties (crit care, transplant, amb care, etc). How do you see the BPS advancing the EM as a specialty? Who is the EM exam for - everyone who is in EM, or is it meant to identify leaders in practice? EM requires both cognitive skills and 'hands-on' skills. How can the exam be structured to capture both? When can EM pharmacists anticipate being able to take the first exam? Board Certification for Neuralink? The petition to BPS can be found here --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/empharmd/support
Chris Edwards - Neurotherapy of Colorado Springs - Love to Own Your Business Podcast - Episode 03
Love to Own Your Business
Catch every episode - http://lovetoownyourbusiness.com/The Love to Own Your Business Podcast's third episode features Chris Edwards, owner of Neurotherapy of Colorado Springs talking about his business loves (and hates), stress and business growth.Check out the Neurotherapy of Colorado Springs website - https://neurotherapyofcs.com/And if you enjoyed this episode please subscribe, leave comments and share with your friends.______________Transcript:Hi everyone. I'm Sean and this is episode three of the Love to Own Your Business podcast. For this week's episode, Settling Your Stress, we're talking with Chris Edwards, owner of Neurotherapy of Colorado Springs. For those of you who are joining us for the first time, welcome to the show with the purpose of having a lighthearted discussion on the great advice that we've received as we grew our businesses. And also what advice we wish we'd received to avoid some of those missteps that made us not love our business so much and hope to keep you from making the same mistakes as you grow. I've started the series to compliment the work I do with business owners that feel like their businesses really own them and provide them with the experiences and supports that they need to help put things right. For this week, I was thinking that many of us have already begun navigating the return to school activities, despite already increasing numbers and looming warnings. And that also many of us are beginning to think a lot about the nearing changes in weather that will begin to soon close the great summer release valve of being outside that sort of helped keep us going with our social lives. So stress levels and anxiety are once again rising. And I wanted to have a discussion about coping in a more realistic and meaningful ways than the current gestalt of positivity that I have been coming across in my feeds. So, so Chris, this has been your wheelhouse for about as long as I've known you and I've always appreciated your ability to balance empathy with a workable, tough love approach to things. But let's start with telling us about Neurotherapy of Colorado Springs, what you do and how you started it.- So, I mean, it's a long story, but I'll keep it shorter. Neurotherapy of Colorado Springs is a practice that deals with brain rehabilitation in the biggest sense of the word. From the standpoint of ADHD, anxiety, brain injury, stroke, performance enhancement, all of these things are really budding up against an old model, an old medical model. In Europe we moved to a inflammatory model for mental health and medicine, the United States is definitely behind the times in this and so what we do in our practice is an integrative model for improving brain functioning. So we look at tools using, we use biofeedback and neurofeedback, we use cognitive behavioral therapy, we use lifestyle management and we look at nutritional levels and all the ways that they integrate in and commingle in a person. We found that, you know, as I was getting back into to mental health from our days in, from being musicians in my days doing research at the University of Buffalo, that I just wasn't really happy with the efficacy of just traditional mental health counseling and the numbers aren't pretty, you know. The reality is that a straight-up statistical analysis of it, you're just as likely to get better if you go versus if you don't go, statistics. And that's because talk therapy is not enough to get past a lot of people's issues. And so what we get at is we use brain imaging, we use quantitative EEG to do what's called brain mapping and we're looking for electrical deviations in the brain that are statistically significant. So we're looking for people who make too much of something or not enough of something. We look at the area of the brain that that's occurring in.
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In this episode, our team member Angela sat down with Christopher Edwards, a plastic and reconstructive surgeon and self-taught sculptor. Join us as we explore Christopher's belief that some exposure to art and the humanities is of great benefit to the practice of medicine and surgery, as they greatly improve a doctor’s powers of observation!
S1E12 - #12 Chris Edwards on building Green School Taranaki
Education for social change
In this episode, I interview Chris Edwards, the CEO of Green School Taranaki in New Zealand. Before starting this school in early 2020, Chris was head of the United World College of South East Asia (UWCSEA), one of the largest international schools in the world; now he is building a much smaller school that is all about building a learning community in which much learning takes place outdoors and across subject boundaries. In the interview, Chris recommends Planet of the Humans - a film that is freely available online and definitely worth watching. He also mentions the Mastery Transcript Consortium, a network of schools that want to certify learning in a way that goes beyond numeric grades in a small set of subjects - a fascinating initiative that I want to learn more about. As always, if you have any comments, questions or suggestions for guests, I'd be happy to hear from you. Email me at email@example.com Theme music from https://filmmusic.io: "Zigzag" by Kevin MacLeod (https://incompetech.com) Licence: CC BY 4.0 This podcast is powered by Pinecast.