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Welcome to Response Message! Join Tom and Aaron as they navigate their way through movie series both good and bad. Join our discord! https://discord.gg/ARHpjnKYHt If you're looking for our previous podcast Mobile Suit Fundam, you can find it here: https://anchor.fm/mobilesuitfundam Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/responsemessage/support
 
Leading organizations with intentionality and purpose is complex work, and dedicated leaders work tirelessly each and every day to build impactful cultures of collaboration! But effective collaboration is difficult and messy. The good news is you don’t have to do it alone! Join the Jigsaw Learning team for Leading Collaborative Response, sharing insights for leaders committed to establishing, refining and deepening Collaborative Response in their organization.
 
The Optimal Response Initiative (ORI), a BEHIND THE SERVICE podcast, is exactly what it says: it’s about learning how to respond more optimally to life! The Optimal Continuum Response Line is a visual that illustrates the main goal of ORI: to identify where upon the line one is and in which direction one desires to move along the continuum regarding their response. Whether one is at a lower case better or a capital case BETTER is not as important as in which direction they are moving. ORI sk ...
 
A journey through a diverse collection of remarkable communities and movements figuring out how to build power, solidarity, and connection in a world beset by disasters — both natural and human-caused. From hurricanes to earthquakes to wildfires to reactionary political and economic scourges, The Response's audio documentaries and interviews highlight some of the most inspiring stories out there and pave a path towards the better world we know is possible.
 
Do you want to go from dreading emergencies to feeling confident and ready to jump into action to rescue your patient? Well, this show will let you see emergencies unfold through the eyes of a Rapid Response Nurse. With real life stories from the frontlines of nursing, host Sarah Lorenzini MSN, RN, CCRN, CEN, a Rapid Response Nurse and educator, shares her experiences at rapid response events and breaks down the pathophysiology, pharmacology, and the important role the nurse plays during eme ...
 
Response Team Omnicron is the story of the titular crew as they respond to a distress call from the Evergreen colony on the planet Hercynia. When the landing goes awry, the ground team must help solve the problems of the blossoming colony on Landmark Colonial's behalf. But with the history of Hercynia, is everything quite as simple as Landmark is making it out to be? Played in the Lancer TTRPG system using the No Room for a Wallflower campaign module, both by Massif Press. Cast: Adam: https: ...
 
The annual Response-Ability Summit, formerly the Anthropology + Technology conference, brings together leading experts from the social sciences and technology to champion socially-responsible tech, and to foster dialogue and collaboration across the disciplines. The summit has been curated to help today’s leading technology companies understand the significant value of combining teams of technologists with social scientists. Together we can build a future in which socially-responsible tech i ...
 
Call & Response draws upon the blues tradition of communal music making and listening. Hosted by Nashville-based musician and poet Adia Victoria, each episode is a back and forth between Adia and her guests, between their present work, and the lineage of musical ancestors that came before them, and between Adia and you.
 
Better decisions save lives. We're helping emergency services save more lives by making better decisions. Decisions [D4H] is a collaborative rescue team management tool, that helps record and analyse rescue operations. Instead of archiving information as paperwork, we generate real-time profiles of members, available resources, and experience levels. Decisions for Heroes uses this data to deliver live and intelligent information to the field.
 
Host Marvell Terry II engages in insightful conversations with activists, community leaders, stakeholders and elected government officials about their response to the HIV epidemic in their communities across the South. This podcast is intended to communicate with decision makers on how to realign, redevelop and reimagine the South’s approach to address the HIV epidemic. This podcast is aimed at community stakeholders, funders, and those making a difference in their local community. Our liste ...
 
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In this episode of The Why Behind Collaborative Response, Kurtis Hewson discusses considerations for leaders when organizing data to inform collaborative team meetings, including the importance of colour-coding students and including a key issue indicated by the data. This video is developed to be part of a planning organizer for universal screens …
 
Join your host Sarah Lorenzini as she’s interviewed by Keith Carlson, fellow nursing podcaster at The Nurse Keith Show. With the ability to stay grounded and alert during chaotic situations, Sarah is the epitome of being an anchor in a storm. In this episode, she shares how she found her niche in nursing, why rapid response nursing suits her work s…
 
In this Season 1 Episode 3 ORI Podcast, Dr. Seymour discusses current research re: A Present Mind is a Happy Mind. Humans spend a lot of time thinking about what is not going on around them, this makes them unhappy. When people focus on the task at hand, they are happier. And this is true whether they are engaged in a task that they enjoy or don’t …
 
For the past couple of years, the City of Atlanta, George, has been pushing forward a project nicknamed “Cop City” — a tactical training compound featuring a mock city which has been referred to as a kind of war base where police will learn military-style maneuvers. The 90 million dollar compound would be built on somewhere between 60 and 300 acres…
 
“See to it that no one fails to obtain the grace of God; that no “root of bitterness” springs up and causes trouble, and by it many become defiled; that no one is sexually immoral or unholy like Esau, who sold his birthright for a single meal.” Hebrews 12:15-16Pastor Joel Webbon tarafından oluşturuldu
 
In episode 12 of Leading Collaborative Response, Jennifer and Kurtis explore four mistakes leaders make when first setting up collaborative team meetings in schools, as well as ideas to consider to avoid and/or overcome these mistakes. Reach out to connect with Kurtis Hewson Email kurtis.hewson@jigsawlearning.ca Twitter @hewsonk27 LinkedIn https://…
 
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In this episode of The Why Behind Collaborative Response, Kurtis Hewson discusses considerations for leaders when organizing data for team analysis when engaging in collaborative planning, looking at general trends, strengths and areas to address for student cohorts. This video is developed to be part of a planning organizer for universal screens -…
 
As health care professionals, it is our job to advocate for our patients, even if our efforts are not well received initially. Especially when we are deeply concerned, or uncomfortable with the situation. This can be tough, but it is essential for the health of the patient. What happens when we are expressing real urgent concern and the provider on…
 
Whenever we have an opportunity to respond to our own physical symptoms, thoughts and emotions, other people, and circumstances (which occurs hundreds, to thousands, of times a day), we have a choice. And, that choice exists on an ORI Continuum Response Line from worst to OPTIMAL. IN THIS EPISODE OF THE OPTIMAL RESPONSE INITIATIVE, Dr. Seymour focu…
 
From a chicken coop providing omelet breakfasts to underserved communities, to a network of farms stretching from Oakland to East Palo Alto, to a night watch program aimed at keeping the police accountable and protecting marginalized communities from police violence, to providing grassroots disaster relief during the most recent storms in the Bay A…
 
In this episode of The Why Behind Collaborative Response, Kurtis Hewson discusses considerations when thinking about how you collect your data and evidence from universal screens, including how that information becomes colour-coded to help visualize the information for analysis. This video is developed to be part of a planning organizer for univers…
 
This sermon was preached at Covenant Bible Church on the Lord's Day, January 22nd, 2023. “A lame member of the body of Christ, the church... a weak believer; one that is ready to halt, either through the corruption of nature, or through the weakness of grace, or through want of light and judgment, and through instability and inconstancy; lest such …
 
Nurses, for the most part, spend significantly more time with patients compared to physicians. Regardless, it can be difficult for nurses to have their voice heard. For instance, how many times have YOU found yourself apologizing to a physician for just doing your job? The education from nursing school teaches a lot of vital skills, but one that’s …
 
In this #1 Optimal Response Initiative – a Behind the Service Podcast, Dr. Kristina Seymour introduces the major concepts of her ORI Workbooks (Military & Civilian Versions) that she will be taking listeners through over the next many weeks. Dr. Seymour is excited to be joining us every Friday for thriving training. She will be pulling content from…
 
In this episode of The Why Behind Collaborative Response, Kurtis Hewson shares the importance of developing a schedule for collecting school-wide data and evidence, that not only clearly communicates dates to staff team members, but also helps to align subsequent collaborative planning and collaborative team meeting scheduling. This video is develo…
 
Podcast for Educational & Informational Purposes only. Nothing we say should ever be in place of professional counseling or reaching out for help! If you or someone you know is struggling with thoughts of suicide, please reach out to veteran's crisis line / suicidepreventionlifeline.org at 1-800-273-8255 for specialized support. "Thank you to Bette…
 
“And have you forgotten the exhortation that addresses you as sons? “My son, do not regard lightly the discipline of the Lord, nor be weary when reproved by him.” -Hebrews 12:5 ESV “By which is meant, not vindictive punishment; this would not be speaking to them, nor dealing with them as children, and would be contrary to the love of God towards th…
 
One Sunday during football season, after being pressured by his wife, a reluctant patient gave in and decided to finally come into the ER. His calcium levels were high, but his EKG came back normal, he was experiencing no pain, and seemed healthy and responsive — until he wasn’t. Telling her story of treating this patient is host Sarah Lorenzini’s …
 
Donna Cusimano, Kim Legelis, and Saltanat Mashirov join Dale Peterson to talk about the Women In ICS Security Program at S4x23, Feb 13-16 in Miami South Beach. (see s4xevents.com/women). These are three of a team of volunteers that have put together important career, education, and networking opportunities for the 100 free Women in ICS Security tic…
 
Today on the show, we’ve brought on Douglas Rushkoff to talk about his new book, Survival of the Richest: Escape Fantasies of the Tech Billionaires. Douglas is Professor of Media Theory and Digital Economics at Queens/CUNY and a research fellow at the Institute for the Future. Named one of the world’s ten most influential intellectuals by MIT, he h…
 
In this episode of The Why Behind Collaborative Response, XX Hewson discusses the importance of determining a universal screener for any priority area in the school, to help determine students we should be focusing on, as well general trend data to inform team responses. This video is developed to be part of a planning organizer for universal scree…
 
Just as the Israelites were encompassed with the pillar of cloud in the wilderness, New Testament saints are also surrounded by a “cloud.” Only, this cloud which surrounds us is “a cloud of witnesses” - the Old Testament saints whose faith and patience were just mentioned in the preceding chapter. Remember, some of these Old Testament saints experi…
 
It's 2023 Baby!! We hope you all had a nice holiday season and y'all are able to start refreshed into the new year. Following the great feedback we got on our discord server, we are trying a new approach to our podcast and dive right into the topic! Tell us if you like that style more or if we should switch to smalltalk in the intro again. Instead …
 
We are all praying for Buffalo Bills’ safety, Damar Hamlin, after he was hit, causing a cardiac event, sending him to the ICU. This is a nightmare for any athlete, and disheartening for family, friends and fans. As nurses, medical students, even parents, when viewing these types of tragic events, it is natural to think about what you would do in an…
 
This episode originally aired for Patrons in October. Omninet Insider is our short-form talkback series where we dive into the RTO characters and players a few questions at a time. In this extended episode, join Anna and Paul as they discuss all things Winston and Olivia, including shared histories, uncomfortable fan-shipping, License Level plans, …
 
It is not as though Old Testament saints received only victory, while New Testament saints receive only persecution. Virtually all Old Testament saints experienced some measure of victory, but with much defeat. And all New Testament saints experience some measure of defeat, but with an ever progressing amount of victory throughout the Gospel Age.…
 
It's the end of the year Games of the Year spectacular! We've got games! We've got guests! We've got the best lil freaks and Fortnite group emotes! Join Tom and Aaron with special guests: Boltimoore, Geesepeep, and Idlesongs! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/appSupport this podcast: htt…
 
How do we respond to natural disasters? What comes to mind? Large relief organizations like the American Red Cross? Or perhaps the Federal Emergency and Management Agency? Well, those images are certainly part of the story — but they're not the whole story. In our new podcast series, The Response, we aim to share a perspective that isn't extensivel…
 
The most concerning type of syncope! When a patient suddenly passes out from either an arrhythmia or a structural abnormality of the heart... this needs to be investigated and treated... next time they might not wake up from it! If you love learning from other people's mistakes, you will love this episode of when I didn't realize my patient was in …
 
The birth of Jesus and the death of Jesus can never be truly separated. The incarnation was God setting the stage for the crucifixion. The manger exists as the prelude to the cross. And the cross exists as the path to the throne. Jesus was born so that at the proper time he could die. And Jesus died so that he might reign.…
 
Ralph Langner joins Dale on the Unsolicited Response Show to discuss Asset Management. They begin with the need for more exploration in OT, and more failures. After that they tackle: - Why Ralph decided to shift his company and focus from consulting / speaking to product - Is his OT Base, and asset management, a security product? - What are the ele…
 
In episode 11 of Leading Collaborative Response, Jennifer and Lorna explore the contradiction of reducing the number of meetings by adding one more through an in depth discussion of the various layers of team meetings that align with the continuum of supports as part of Collaborative Response. Related Resources Blogs Adding One More Meeting Shiftin…
 
This episode covers the two types of orthostatic syncope: Neurally mediated orthostatic syncope (from conditions with autonomic dysfunction) and "non-neurally mediated" orthostatic syncope which is from medications or hypovolemia. We discuss the diagnostic value and dangers of orthostatic vital signs and how to determine what type of orthostatic sy…
 
All Hail the new Lord and Saviour of our Format - Saint Katherine! The boys all joined a pretty nice cult around Triumph of St. Katherine as they, independently from each other, bought their playset of this nice, new white finisher. Listen to them, preaching the teachings of the 5/5 Lifelinker as they make a deep dive with her in the format as they…
 
Dino Busalachi of Velta Technology talks to Dale about a 2021 security patch to DCOM that broke a number of ICS systems including Rockwell Automation and Siemens. Microsoft had a registry setting that disabled the patch and the incompatibility problem, but this ability to disable the patch goes away on 14 March 2023. Of course this topic leads us d…
 
Coming to you live in front of a Twitch audience! Again! It's Response Message starring Tom and Aaron! This week we talk about Cyberpunk 2077, The Boys, The White Lotus, Fortnite, and Disney Dreamlight Valley. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/appSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/r…
 
Today on the show, we’ve brought on Genean from Common Humanity Collective — a mutual aid organization based out of California’s Bay Area. When the pandemic began in 2020, it felt like there was a huge spike in mutual aid efforts — in fact we did an entire series of episodes on many of the community-led responses to COVID that year including an aud…
 
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