Dr Lisa Barrett on back to school, Phase 5 and her Christmas Tree
Thinking Out Loud with Sheldon MacLeod
Students and staff are about to head back to class and the province is suggesting Phase 5 of reopening is just around the corner. What does Infectious Disease Expert Doctor Lisa Barrett think of the plans for reopening and returning to normal? And why does she still have her Christmas Tree up?
COVID-19 was declared a world-wide pandemic one year ago today, March 11th. Infectious disease expert Dr. Lisa Barrett has become a familiar face in the media since then providing us with guidance, direction and reassurance. The public health expert describes the past, present and future dealings with COVID-19.
Episode 42: COVID-19 Pop-Up Rapid Testing with Dr. Lisa Barrett
Downtown Lowdown with Downtown Halifax Business Commission
Ivy will be talking to Dr. Lisa Barrett, a clinician scientist with Dalhousie University. Her expertise is in infectious disease and human immunology. Dr. Barrett and her team have been organizing COVID-19 Pop-Up Rapid Testing events in the community. And, on Biz Buzz, we have business updates and milestones; some updates on what is open in Downtown Halifax, African Heritage Month, Dine Around. And we will talk about Random Acts of Kindness week, March Break in Downtown Halifax, and the Open Online Digital Grant. Producers: Ivy Ho and Allana MacDonald Mills Downtown Halifax Business Commission (DHBC) 104-1546 Barrington Street, Halifax, Nova Scotia, B3J 3X7 (902) 423-6658 Hosts: Allana MacDonald Mills and Ivy Ho Guests: Paul MacKinnon, CEO of Downtown Halifax Business Commission · https://downtownhalifax.ca/ Dr. Lisa Barrett MD PhD FRCPC, Clinician Scientist, Infectious Diseases Nova Scotia Health Authority/Dalhousie University @LisaBarrettID Bizz Buzz: Lauryn Landry, Marketing and Communications Coordinator Michael Boyd, owner of Podcast Atlantic Recorded & Edited by: Michael Boyd of Podcast Atlantic firstname.lastname@example.org Music: “Patching Holes (in a Sinking Ship)” by Bigideas Visit us at: downtownhalifax.ca Follow us on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram: @DowntownHalifax Email us at: email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
Seven and a Half Lessons About the Brain: A conversation with Lisa Barrett
Parenting for the Future
Neuroscientist Dr. Lisa Feldman Barrett is mother to one daughter. She is among the top 1% most cited scientists in the world for her revolutionary research in the fields of psychology and neuroscience. She is a University Distinguished Professor at Northeastern University with appointments at Massachusetts General Hospital and Harvard Medical School. She was awarded a Guggenheim Fellowship in Neuroscience in 2019, and is a member of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences as well as the Royal Society of Canada. She is the author of two books, How Emotions are Made, the Secret Life of the Brain, and the fascinating, newly released book called, Seven and a Half Lessons About the Brain.
#7 Lisa Barrett, WhiteHat: Revolutionising Apprenticeships to Provide an Equal Alternative to University
The Learnit Podcast
Elite jobs are hard to get. Tech startup WhiteHat is working to democratise access to the best careers through offering an alternative to university; apprenticeships. Despite a national reduction in apprenticeship applications in 2020, WhiteHat’s UK applications are increasing, and fast. As VP Learning & Delivery, Lisa Barrett shares some of the WhiteHat ‘secret sauce’; building community, recruiting for super powers and world class remote teaching. As we enter a global downturn, will students abandon the dream of a university degree and opt for a WhiteHat type apprenticeship?Show notes: - Twitter: @WhiteHatGB- WhiteHat's audacious goals: https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/university-shouldnt-gatekeeper-great-careers-isabelle-roughol/- Ken Robinson 'Do Schools Kill Creativity?': https://www.ted.com/talks/sir_ken_robinson_do_schools_kill_creativity?language=en- Rodham, Curtis Sittenfeld: https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/50253429-rodham
Color has a physiological response 24/7 in our bodies. We are activated by color and we can be calmed by color. Join Lisa and I as we explore how color affects us and how art therapy provides a valid and worthwhile dimension to a therapeutic practice.