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Michael Dibley

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Delving into the Unknown in Myanmar: A Discussion with Michael Dibley

New Books Network

For the next five weeks, SSEAC Stories will be hosting a mini-series of podcasts on research partnerships in Southeast Asia. In the context of COVID-19, it has become clear that working in partnership is a critical part of being able to do research in Southeast Asia. Through interviews with University of Sydney academics working across all disciplines and at all stages in their careers, this mini-series will highlight strategies that our members have used to build and sustain partnerships with collaborators in Southeast Asia.In the second episode in this mini-series, Dr Thushara Dibley interviewed Professor Michael Dibley about a collaborative project looking at food security and malnutrition in Myanmar - a country he had previously never worked in before, and where he had to rely on local partners to navigate an array of complex challenges.Michael Dibley is a Professor in Global Public Health Nutrition and an internationally renowned nutritional epidemiologist with major research outputs and translation over the past 30 years. Professor Dibley is Co-Director of the Global Health & Nutrition Research Collaboration (GHNRC) at the Sydney School of Public Health and the founding member of The South Asia Infant Feeding Research Network (SAIFRN). Professor Dibley’s contributions have illuminated the double burden of under and over-nutrition prevalent in many countries across the Asia-Pacific. He has conducted many large multi-centre trials and has in-depth knowledge of the conduct and analysis of large-scale community-based cluster RCTs. He has also directed research assessing the magnitude of childhood and adolescent obesity, micronutrient deficiencies in women and children, infant and young child feeding practices, and a wide range of associated environmental, social and behavioural risks factors and their effects on health in South and Southeast Asia and Africa.For more information or to browse additional resources, visit the Sydney Southeast Asia Centre’s website: www.sydney.edu.au/sseac. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoicesSupport our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network

19mins

25 Mar 2021

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Delving into the Unknown in Myanmar: A Discussion with Michael Dibley

New Books in Southeast Asian Studies

For the next five weeks, SSEAC Stories will be hosting a mini-series of podcasts on research partnerships in Southeast Asia. In the context of COVID-19, it has become clear that working in partnership is a critical part of being able to do research in Southeast Asia. Through interviews with University of Sydney academics working across all disciplines and at all stages in their careers, this mini-series will highlight strategies that our members have used to build and sustain partnerships with collaborators in Southeast Asia.In the second episode in this mini-series, Dr Thushara Dibley interviewed Professor Michael Dibley about a collaborative project looking at food security and malnutrition in Myanmar - a country he had previously never worked in before, and where he had to rely on local partners to navigate an array of complex challenges.Michael Dibley is a Professor in Global Public Health Nutrition and an internationally renowned nutritional epidemiologist with major research outputs and translation over the past 30 years. Professor Dibley is Co-Director of the Global Health & Nutrition Research Collaboration (GHNRC) at the Sydney School of Public Health and the founding member of The South Asia Infant Feeding Research Network (SAIFRN). Professor Dibley’s contributions have illuminated the double burden of under and over-nutrition prevalent in many countries across the Asia-Pacific. He has conducted many large multi-centre trials and has in-depth knowledge of the conduct and analysis of large-scale community-based cluster RCTs. He has also directed research assessing the magnitude of childhood and adolescent obesity, micronutrient deficiencies in women and children, infant and young child feeding practices, and a wide range of associated environmental, social and behavioural risks factors and their effects on health in South and Southeast Asia and Africa.For more information or to browse additional resources, visit the Sydney Southeast Asia Centre’s website: www.sydney.edu.au/sseac. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoicesSupport our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/southeast-asian-studies

19mins

25 Mar 2021

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Delving into the Unknown in Myanmar: A Discussion with Michael Dibley

SSEAC Stories

For the next five weeks, SSEAC Stories will be hosting a mini-series of podcasts on research partnerships in Southeast Asia. In the context of COVID-19, it has become clear that working in partnership is a critical part of being able to do research in Southeast Asia. Through interviews with University of Sydney academics working across all disciplines and at all stages in their careers, this mini-series will highlight strategies that our members have used to build and sustain partnerships with collaborators in Southeast Asia.In the second episode in this mini-series, Dr Thushara Dibley interviewed Professor Michael Dibley about a collaborative project looking at food security and malnutrition in Myanmar - a country he had previously never worked in before, and where he had to rely on local partners to navigate an array of complex challenges.Michael Dibley is a Professor in Global Public Health Nutrition and an internationally renowned nutritional epidemiologist with major research outputs and translation over the past 30 years. Professor Dibley is Co-Director of the Global Health & Nutrition Research Collaboration (GHNRC) at the Sydney School of Public Health and the founding member of The South Asia Infant Feeding Research Network (SAIFRN). Professor Dibley’s contributions have illuminated the double burden of under and over-nutrition prevalent in many countries across the Asia-Pacific. He has conducted many large multi-centre trials and has in-depth knowledge of the conduct and analysis of large-scale community-based cluster RCTs. He has also directed research assessing the magnitude of childhood and adolescent obesity, micronutrient deficiencies in women and children, infant and young child feeding practices, and a wide range of associated environmental, social and behavioural risks factors and their effects on health in South and Southeast Asia and Africa.For more information or to browse additional resources, visit the Sydney Southeast Asia Centre’s website: www.sydney.edu.au/sseac.

19mins

25 Mar 2021

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Self Empowerment: Becoming The Artist Of Your Own Life Dr. Michael Dibley

Practice Building With Chiropractic Masters

See Dr Michael Dibley LIVE: http://prosperitysummit.net/Join me on this LIVE video Master Talk with Dr. Michael Dibley, owner and director of "The Institute Of Human Potential" from Norway. He is an International Speaker, Global Chiropractic Ambassador & Human Potential Specialist. Join us as he shares on this Master Talk on "How To Become An Artist Of Life".On This Special [Part 10 of 12] Master Talk Series, Dr Michael Dibley will share: What is the difference between an Artist and a Technician . Understanding the G.R.I.N.D. ( Get Rid of Insecurity, Negativity, Doubt ) Why Thots + Vision + Action = Results How to become a 360 Global Ambassador Discover The Human Potential Movement that's sweeping the world. The Universe only asks one question...Do you know what it is? How to live "The Clear & Connected Life"Connect with me!https://www.facebook.com/Chiropractic... twitter.com/dr_mike_reid https://www.linkedin.com/in/drmikereid https://www.youtube.com/user/DrMikeReid https://soundcloud.com/user-569818177

12mins

11 Oct 2017

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Epi 25 | Dr. Michael Dibley - How to Have A Clear and Connected Life | 360 Human Potential

The Healthy Alternatives

Dr. Michael Dibley is a 3rd generation chiropractor, a global chiropractic ambassador, international speaker, thought leader and CEO of The 360 Group, an international network of chiropractic clinics with an emphasis on human potential. He lives in Norway with his wife who is also a Chiropractor. He conducts chiropractic mission trips all over the world, is co-founder of 360 global seminars teaching students and doctors from all over the world the Science, Art and Philosophy of Chiropractic and Human Potential. We discuss the intelligence of life and the human being, where healing comes from and why humans are the sickest species on the planet. 

35mins

5 Feb 2016

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Michael Dibley and Jonathan Verderame; Clear and Connected

JustTIC Chiropractic

The time is fast approaching…!!! The time that we have all been awaiting…!!! The time of the world’s premiere launch of “CLEAR and CONNECTED” created by Dr’s Michael B Dibley, and Jonathan Verderame. These two inspiring chaps share with us their mission, vision and their why behind their world wide endeavor of interviewing chiropractors in all shapes and sizes from all over the world! Due to be released in Spring of 2016 (Northern Hemisphere Spring that is), the lads share a snippet of their genius creations… https://justtic.files.wordpress.com/2015/10/michael-b-dibley-and-jonathan-verderame-clear-and-connected.mp3 https://www.facebook.com/360kiropraktor https://www.facebook.com/DrMichaelBDibleyBSDC http://www.IFHP360.com http://www.360Kiropraktor.no http://deadchiropracticsociety.com/event/dcs-meeting-wednesday-october-7-joe-borio-dc-michael-dibley-dc/ PS (The lads sound fantastic…ignore the host…;-))

38mins

6 Oct 2015

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081: Dr. Michael Dibley: The Institute for Human Potential Founder Talks Struggle, Infinite Value, & Human Experience

The Chiropractic Philanthropist with Dr. Ed Osburn

I am a Doctor of Chiropractic. I work side by side with the Inborn Intelligence of the body known as Innate. Ever committed to the advancement of humanity. The Institute for human potential envisions clinics and partnerships in every time zone to expand the mission of checking and adjusting vertebral subluxations when necessary. There are currently 84,000 practicing Chiropractors world wide in 117 countries. Chiropractic laws are reported in nearly 48 countries and approximately 90 chiropractic associations worldwide. The IFCO services chiropractors world wide in legislation and a variety of other challenges around the globe. There are 41 chiropractic colleges in 16 countries as of January 2013. Of these schools, The Institute for Human Potential is affiliated with Barcelona College of Chiropractic, Sherman College of Chiropractic and supports the mission of New Zealand College of Chiropractic.

36mins

14 Jan 2015

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Michael Dibley: 360 Degrees

JustTIC Chiropractic

Join Liz and Loz as they discover from Michael Dibley how chiropracTIC connects people to their innate Human Potential. Michael enlightens us with his 360 Degrees impact on Life via the TIC:) To find more information about, or to contact the Rockstar TOR Michael please follow the below links; http://www.ifhp360.com/The_Institute_for_Human_Potential/Home.html http://www.360kiropraktor.no https://justtic.files.wordpress.com/2014/11/360-degrees-with-michael-dibley.mp3

32mins

4 Nov 2014