Jaakko Manninen is MD, a Finnish artist who records for Merck Records (Miami, Florida), is also beginning to create sonic ripples in the experimental ocean of electronics. It won’t be long until people across the globe begin to pick up on Jaakko’s digital symphony of complex music. Many of the tracks on Appelsap run parallel to the crisp and percussive rhythm’s of Art-Tek recording artist Fizzarum. With the tiny melodies and loose beats wrapped around Appelsap, your brain cells begin to slowly re-energize with each listen while the drifting ambient undertones sweep your thoughts away.
The first 11 tracks on this 64-minute full-length are produced by MD. Tracks 12-17 are remixes from various friends…
Though it was recorded live at New York's jazz emporium, Iridium, Detroit born saxophonist Kenny Garrett makes a return home of sorts with Sketches of MD, his debut on the Motor City's own Mack Avenue Records. His quartet here, with bassist Nat Reeves, pianist/organist Benito Gonzalez, and drummer Jamire Williams, may not possess the star power of some of his studio albums, but this band is more than up for the gig. In addition, saxophonist Pharoah Sanders reprises his role from Beyond the Wall from 2006 as Garrett's foil, creating sparks aplenty.
Dietrich Klinghardt, MD, PhD, is Founder of the American Academy of Neural Therapy, now the Klinghardt Academy of Neurobiology, and lead clinician at the Comprehensive Medical Center located in Kirkland, Washington. He has been synthesizing traditional and alternative medicine for more than 32 years. In Stuttgart, Germany he has established in 1994 the “INK (Institut fuer Neurobiologie nach Klinghardt)” which oversees the training of European doctors and dentists in applied neurobiology, psychokinesiology and autonomic response testing. The institute offers CME credit for most its courses, offers competence exams and keeps records of treatment outcomes.
This audiobook is filled with 900+ tips that doctors, who are also mothers, used during their pregnancies and births. They're experts squared!
Welcome to Clinical Problem Solving, offered by the University of California, San Francisco, on Coursera. This course will examine the ways physicians think about clinical problem solving and will help participants develop competence in the building blocks of clinical problem solving. The professor will use cases to illustrate different reasoning strategies and will discuss how both correct and incorrect diagnoses result from these strategies. Participants will use sample clinical cases to practice what they have learned through the lectures. Finally, the professor will discuss strategies to help students and young physicians read textbooks and articles in a way that enhances their ability to use information in the clinical environment.