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Watch this debate on Bloomberg Television starting Wednesday, November 24th at 7PM ET. Intelligence Squared U.S. brings together the world’s leading authorities for an exciting contest of ideas, wit and persuasion in a series of provocative and timely debates. Think twice as opposing panels challenge your convictions on some of the most critical issues facing our nation today. Best of all, your vote decides who carries the day. Attend the debates live in New York City, watch on Bloomberg TV, or listen on NPR.+ More details
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Each January, the best and brightest minds in colorectal cancer research meet at the Gastrointestinal Cancers Symposium. Fight Colorectal Cancer and the Colon Cancer Alliance are partnering to bring you the big news in colorectal cancer from the 2013 symposium. Join us and CCA to learn more about these topics: - Can aspirin and other nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) keep cancer from returning? - The relationship of body mass index (BMI) and exercise in colorectal cancer - What scientists are learning about how your immune system can fight cancer - The latest on what biomarkers can tell us about your cancer - Rectal cancer treatment that is based on your biological make-up The webinar will be led by Dr. Richard Goldberg, an internationally renowned gastrointestinal oncologist who specializes in colorectal cancer. He is a tenured professor in the Department of Internal Medicine at The Ohio State University and serves as physician-in-chief at Ohio State’s Comprehensive Cancer Center – Arthur G. James Cancer Hospital and Richard J. Solove Research Institute (OSUCCC – James).+ More details
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“The power of mass culture rests on the trust of the public. This legitimacy is a paper tiger.” –PTTV Manifesto Borne of the residual political optimism from the sixties and a flush of infatuation with small-format video, Paper Tiger Television (PTTV) began as a series on Communications Update on public access. Featuring Herb Schiller tearing apart the New York Times’ “all the news that is fit to print,” Paper Tiger’s penetrating and playful critiques of Time, Rolling Stone, National Geographicand Cosmopolitan soon followed. The public access movement took root at a moment of disillusionment with network television, generating hope that cable would offer a genuine alternative to TV wasteland. Over the last thirty years, the accessibility of public access TV centers has significantly declined, while for-profit corporate media consolidated from fifty into five companies that control 90% of the public’s media consumption. Yet, with the growth of the internet and the proliferation of consumer grade production equipment, social media, crowd sourcing, online video, live streaming, and wireless technology, today’s media environment is rife with opportunities for innovation and collaboration. Still, from the digital divide, to online filter bubbles, to the echo chamber of social distribution of mass media, to SOPA and Net Neutrality, an analysis of how these developments are used coupled with the threats coming from the policy level reveals that even these seemingly promising trends are nuanced. Given these developments, what does a vibrant, radical media look like, how could it function? What lessons can we apply from Paper Tiger’s innovative media activism? How can we use media strategically and creatively in the pursuit of social justice? Moderated by Daniela Capistrano, Multi-Platform Producer of DCAP Media, the festive event features a keynote address, a screening of Paper Tiger Television’s Greatest Hits, selected by current Tigers, followed by a panel discussion on the future of rrradical media. Keynote Speaker Malkia Cyril, Executive Director, Center for Media Justice Panelist Andy Bichlbaum, The Yes Lab Jamilah King, News Editor, Colorlines Jennifer Pozner, Founder, Women in Media & News * Presented by Paper Tiger Television, the Vera List Center for Art and Politics, and the School of Media Studies at The New School for Public Engagement , on occasion of the Vera List Center’s 2011-2013 focus theme “Thingness.”+ More details
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This presentation will discuss the research and rationale for widespread implementation of SBIRT; review common screening instruments; describe and demonstrate a brief intervention model, and explore protocols for referral to treatment. Lessons learned from an SBIRT residency teaching program and implementation project at Oregon Health and Science University will be shared. The session will also include a discussion of the potential role of substance abuse providers in SBIRT protocols.+ More details
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A conversation and screening with Krista Belle Stewart viewing elements of her new video works, created during recent production residencies at the Western Front. This talk was presented in conjunction with the Contemporary Art Gallery and the Nisga’a Museum. Dory Nason, UBC First Nations Assistant Professor responds to Stewart’s new works.+ More details
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Through the collaboration of the Utah State Division of Substance Abuse and Mental Health (DSAMH), University of Utah, Utah Addiction Center and Mountain West Addiction Technology Transfer Center (ATTC) to develop a statewide training effort to implement SBIRT in health care settings, hospitals and clinics in Utah, we are pleased to bring you this recording of the Screening, Brief Intervention and Referral to Treatment (SBIRT) webinar presented by Gary Fisher, Ph.D., Barbara Sullivan, Ph.D. & Glen Hanson, Ph.D in June 2011. Screening and brief interventions for at risk drinkers and drug users can be implemented in primary care, emergency room, and mental health settings. These procedures have been shown to significantly prevent and reduce heavy drinking/drug use and can help identify and refer to treatment those who are suspected of having alcohol and drug use disorders. For more information on this statewide initiative, please contact Rebecca Barnett at RBARNETT@utah.gov.+ More details
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