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32 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Robert Adams. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Robert Adams, often where they are interviewed.

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32 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Robert Adams. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Robert Adams, often where they are interviewed.

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Joe Cornish and Tim Parkin discuss Robert Adams and Beauty

On Landscape - Passing Through
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The concept of ‘beauty’ often seems to be a dirty word to those photographers from a ‘contemporary/academic’ background. The use of beauty is considered too bright a light to be seen direct for fear you go blind to the meaning behind a work. To those wishing to create works that reflect the natural beauty of nature, such an attitude seems anathema. Robert Adams strode a middle ground between these two camps and his book “Beauty in Photography” is an essential source material for anyone wishing to look more closely at the subject. His writing is accessible and concise without being dry, and his prior experience as an English professor pays dividends for the reader.

Jun 10 2020

53mins

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Military Health Care Challenges with Dr. Robert Adams

Pentagon Labyrinth
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Retired Army doctor Robert Adams talks about the consequences of the efforts to outsource the military’s health system over the past decade, despite repeated warnings from medical professionals.

May 21 2020

38mins

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Ep: 224 - Swords and Saints with Robert Adams, MD

The Decision Hour
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On this episode of The Decision Hour Host Adam Bird sits down with Robert Adams, MD.  Bob spent 36 years severing in the United States Military. Graduated from the Navel Academy, became a Navy Seal and then later in his career decided he wanted to get into medicine, After 18 years in the Navy, Bob changed branches of service and became an Army officer, went to medical school and spent another 18 years in the Army as a Doctor before retiring as DELTA Force Command Surgeon. After Retiring from the Military, Dr. Adams opened up his own successful private practice in North Carolina where he won numerous awards for clinical excellence and practiced for 13 years before retiring in 2020.  Dr. Robert Adams is the definition of a Community Hero.

Bob is also a very successful author, writing his first book ‘Six Days of Impossible’ Navy Seal Hell Week A Doctor Looks Back. It’s about the 11 men in his class who graduated,, you get an inside look of what made them successful when so many fail.

In 2020, Dr. Bob Adams put out his second book, ‘Swords and Saints, A doctor’s Journey’. This book is about the life and medical career of a Navy Seal turned Doctor.  Inspiring, Motivating and very Educational.

You can check out Dr. Bobs author page and order both his books here:https://amzn.to/2zanJsA

May 05 2020

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014. Building Your Legacy From Your Life Changing Moment With Dr Robert Adams

Tea With Ste - Home of the Heart Brand
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LEGACY - It's all. about your legacy that drives people forward to achieve great things in the world - surely that's a positive personal brand you would like to get to know!

Robert shares his story around his brain cancer diagnoses and how if the technology was available to detect his disease then we could be saving the lives of others and the world at large!

Well Robert, is making history with that technology as his legacy.

So take note from this episode and make your purpose bigger than you, its what 'Heart Brands' are there for!

Make an impact for others to grow from! #Legacy

Apr 13 2020

35mins

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001: Dr. Robert Adams- Navy SEAL, Delta Force Command Surgeon, Author, and Physician

The Victory Podcast
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Join Bob and I as we dive into his wild life. We discuss: the post-Vietnam military, his SEAL training experience in the 1970s, his decision to become a doctor in the Army, securing a $4M loan for his private practice right before the 2008 financial crisis, keys to a successful marriage, and his thoughts on COVID-19. 

Mar 31 2020

1hr 9mins

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Robert Adams Artist June 2019

9 O'clock Meltdown
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Soft spoken at times, artist Robert Adams has been doing college, painting and mixed mediums for 20 years.
This is his farewell, art show in Duluth MN, as he and his family head back out East, but to the south side.
Robert is also an accomplished musician.

You can check out his work here: http://Robatoms.com/

Jun 13 2019

34mins

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Who Does Delta Force Call When They Need a Doctor? Former Navy SEAL, Dr. Robert Adams: Part II

PeerSpectrum Podcast
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All right, welcome back for round two with former Navy SEAL, Dr. Robert Adams. If you missed part one, go back and check it out. In Part II we move forward to Bob's career as an army physician. We're going to learn what it's like being a physician attached to the Army's elite counter terrorism and hostage rescue unit, known as Delta Force. A unit so secretive that even family members of Delta operators are treated by separate physicians.

Next we'll move to post-invasion Iraq and Bob's early efforts to train and equip Iraqi physicians who, because of Saddam Hussein's onerous travel restrictions, were practicing medicine in a virtual time capsule, unchanged over the previous twenty five years. We'll discover a close call that nearly ended the lives of 700 Iraqi physicians, in a terrorist plot uncovered just in the nick of time. It's an incredible conversation for part II of our series. With that said, let's get started....

May 04 2018

1hr 16mins

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The Toughest Doctor We’ve Ever Met. Former Navy SEAL, Dr. Robert Adams: Part I

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Today we’ve got a pretty awesome guest for you. What was once a secret, and very much unknown group of elite US military soldiers, has now become a virtual household name inspiring countless books, news stories and even movies.

While all of you have certainly heard of Navy SEAL’s, very few of you have likely met one. They’re a small, select and rare group. Even rarer are the handful of Navy Seals who have gone on become physicians. Today’s guest is one of these few.

To become a SEAL requires one to pass one of (if not the) most difficult, grueling and selective training processes in the world. This includes a crucible called Hell Week where recruits face six torturous days of physical tests, no sleep, freezing cold water, hazardous elements and (for those who make it through) watching each day as most of your fellow classmates ultimately quit the process. The stresses and physiological impacts to the human body are very real, leaving many graduates presenting with the same signs and symptoms seen in POWs, or even victims of torture. It’s what we’re going to talk about today and who better to explore it with us than physician who went through it himself.

Today Dr. Robert Adams is family physician with the UNC health system. He entered medical school after serving as an elite Navy SEAL for 12 years. His recently published book, “Six Days of the Impossible,” is the first ever exploration of this process from a medical perspective. It’s an unbelievably fascinating story for part I of our conversation with Bob. Part II is the result of our regrets for all the questions and topics we didn’t get to in that first conversation. So we asked Bob to come back for another round. After this episode we’ll continue the journey in part II with Bob’s time as a command surgeon for the Army’s elite Delta Force, and his experiences as army physician in post invasion Iraq. Get ready for an exciting ride. With that said, let’s get started…

Apr 23 2018

1hr 13mins

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Robert Adams on the novel Family Matters by Rohinton Mistry.

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Robert Adams, author of A Love of Reading, discusses the novel Family Matters by Rohinton Mistry.

Sep 07 2013

1hr 29mins

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Robert Adams on the novel The Kite Runner by Khaled Hosseini

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Robert Adams, author of A Love of Reading, discusses the novel The Kite Runner by Khaled Hosseini.

Aug 10 2013

1hr 29mins

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