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You Better You Bet

04:12 min | 2 months ago

"fb" Discussed on You Better You Bet

"Competent end. And i know line has changed since you know earlier in the week but i really like cincinnati getting two and a half against chicago I was a bit skeptical of joe borough heading into the season. I mean so much of that was just the buzz around that training camp and obviously you're marchese drops on. He's not gonna drop every pass. Obviously but we get to this point and now he looks outstanding. I mean team looked so good and they had such a clear plan in place. And there's this you know stat being thrown around of passing over expectation right now and how the bengals were laughing it after being. You know the packer in the upper echelon last season. Well it's because. Joe mixing is now an absolute workhorse and feature back on three levels and that it it just makes sense from the perspective that joe coming back from significant knee injury and i feel like so much of this line is baked into this history that we believe that the bears defense is incredible. And i just look at it from this past weekend where there's a minute and the weapon left on the clock. We're trying to figure out. Who's zack taylor is. And he finally showed us. There was a pastor t higgins. Pass joe mix in the past tyler. Board in the fifty yard touchdown to jamarcus no timeouts in joe boroughs pocket. And he was still able to convert the touchdown which almost put the game away at that point and really separated them so to me what we're getting from. The bengals is like their vision lining up with their play in terms of adding all these players. And i just think that they have a great shot this week in to cover that josh. You mentioned cincinnati one of the three hundred dogs that you like nick and i've talked about that game a little bit on our show. Cincinnati plus three minus twenty was about fi- y like cincinnati. Yeah both want cincinnati and the game. Somehow so it's either three which was available earlier in the week minus twenty. Which i have we talked about teasing them up at two and a half three and seven so i. I think we're all kind of on the same that we definitely don't want chicago. Let's put it that way. Never never should never trumpers never chicago. Second peel comes in sin. We're all exactly. But i know you mentioned two other underdogs but obviously a lot together so cincinnati. I think you get disagreement from from this panel on that one underdog number two is who. Let's keep it rolling here. How about a carolina..

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You Better You Bet

04:08 min | 2 months ago

"fb" Discussed on You Better You Bet

"Think from a skill set standpoint. He's most similar to remote in terms of running that outside zone in terms of having really good straight line. Speed this tree sermon conversation. And i think you and i talked about him before the season like it seems like we were just all lied to not just by beat writers who cover the team during training camp and it wasn't their fault but also just the usage because he was splitting time with remote during preseason and didn't put a wrong foot forward. I it's to the point now where we have zero confidence in him until we see the volume his role in this often. I would be shocked if that doesn't increase and actually illegitimately has a piece of it but it's it's to the point now. Where if you mitchell as you're running back three. I think that's totally cool. Heck tonight if you want to start doing mitchell instead of saquon barkley against the washington football team. I've heard some people go in that direction as well. It's an offense. We want pieces of and again the only that we should have any certainty in right now. Moving forward is eli metro josh. I wanna make sure we had on your underdogs. Obviously you mentioned you have a few that you like before we do that one thing. I think it's always interesting with with fantasy. Analysts and like things from a fantasy perspective is the really really high total games on the board or the games that have been bet up a lot from total standpoint. Kind of like. Do you agree from like a player standpoint. That that will also be like a crazy. Were nicu's earlier in the week. Was bonanza game or there's going to be like player prop overs everywhere you want us to fantasy players like at all positions in this game. The game that most fits that description. This week is dallas on the chargers the total spend but up like three points over the course of the week and is now fifty five and a half which obviously astronomical total in an nfl game. I'm not quite sure that dallas chargers is going to be like a bonanza. I could be wrong about that When you look at this game do you see like crazy. High scoring back and forth. And what kind of player props our players would you like in that game just quickly. That four o'clock window is going to be crazy. Fifty total in minnesota arizona fifty to atlanta tampa bay fifty five in the game that you mentioned than fifty four and tennessee in seattle. Yeah with dallas thousand. The chargers we started em week one where we saw it in the first four games last season when there are forced to negative game script. The dow's cobblers going to throw the football and cd lamb. Amari cooper are going to feast in those scenarios and kellen moore thankfully has come out and said with michael gallup missing cedrick. Wilson is going to start his place in play all over the formation. Now who that does hurt is ezekiel elliott. Because last week was an absolute bus all up and they could get nothing going on the ground because vida is you know the best run stopping nose tackle in the nfl. But where's the continued to play and it's because he's playing over twenty powering. The situations is a lot of those downfield. Throws that doc was making would not have impossible without ezekiel elliott. Picking up and pass protection. So i'm not sure how much rushing volume how much productions going to get again..

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You Better You Bet

01:41 min | 2 months ago

"fb" Discussed on You Better You Bet

"It's time for you better. You bet with. Nick kostis and ken barkley they bring you the bedding insight laughs and some rance along the way they put the wire in the back of his neck matrix and goes i know kung fu. Yes what i know and on the national football league. Just plug me into the maitre. We'll give you an to beat the spread and so much more you bet every single under on the board you win money. No matter what. This week i just think there are some dynamics that are interesting scoring going to go back down our defenses. A little better prepared this year in college the that was a resounding yes has given us a glimpse. Maybe of what we want is going to be. What do we call that. Wager tame miss. It's you better. You bet or number three tremendous thursday with nick. Costa's ken barclay here with you on bed q. L. a lot still to do here on the shell next hour. Is the power our all our bets for tonight. Side total and props for the washington football team in the new york giants. We got a lot of props in the pool of prompts. Like way more than i thought. I've got a really strong on the side really strong thought on the total of this game i've lived. We're gonna make a lot of money. You're on this game tonight or we're gonna lose a lot of money one of the two and that's pretty exciting already exciting. Yeah so apparently. We're going to be broker millionaires. All right well. It seems like a good tease for the final hour of the show. That sounds great. Absolutely can't wait to get into it out of from fox. Sports nessin joins us in twenty minutes. We'll do a little bedding. Aside the close the hour hosted by our guy recap but right now on the show where you're very excited to bring him on because he's one of the sharpest minds out there when it comes to football in general fantasy football player props etc. It's also like the star of twitter right now because every time i log into twitter.

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You Better You Bet

05:33 min | 3 months ago

"fb" Discussed on You Better You Bet

"Ball a few more times. I'm not saying the guy's mccaffrey. Ross mettler out there spell. Someone i think gives defense a lot of problems in screen game. You'd better you bet that q. l. Nick kostis and cody decker chatting fantasy football at the great ian hearts fantasy football expert for pro football focus on twitter at iheart. It's ian. What are you doing here with joe borough jomar chase and the cincinnati bengals. Offense chase can't catch the ball bengals offensive line camp block. What about the bengals offense to a lot of players like we should be excited about skill position wise heading into the season. I think the two major buys nece offense who weren't mentioned. Joe mixing and tyler boyd with mixing look people the reason why he burned those in past years because giovanni bernard was still there. It's almost like the antonio kipps in situation right now. We're so hyper gifts. And we know he's good. We know we can handle three downs. Judy mckissick still. There is still getting those targets. That's like joe mixing if we took away the mckissick which we did leaving. Go now in tampa so everything. That coaches up told us you know what we've seen from the bengals front office in terms of signing mixing long-term last year not adding anyone other than six or chris evans. Everything tells us mixing is just gonna get said. The reason why people aren't drafting the guys because he got hurt last year. And like yeah. I'm sorry that you drop the mix them i share. It didn't work out for you but to call him more injury prone. Somebody's other running backs. That's not something i agree with. Its kind never miss more than two games in a season this three previous years. So joe mixing just in terms of total volume. I think there to be right there with nausea harris there at the end of the top. Ten running backs tyler boyd. Is someone where. I don't even disagree that he should be the third ranked bengals receiver. Marchese and t higgins. You can put them ahead of void. I have them out of him. The thing is i have all three of them at the bottom of my wide receiver to ranks i. It's hard to see tally boy..

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Styrian Grand Prix Qualifying Report

The Autosport Podcast

02:16 min | 5 months ago

Styrian Grand Prix Qualifying Report

"Qualifying stereo is done on. Match happened has taken pole position at red booze home race. Stop mustafa alongside luis. How much on the front as voucher brought asked who qualified second. We'll take a free place grid penalty for his pit lane spin yesterday got through to three on medium ties with which they start sunday's race at the end of q. Three the san set to lapse that. We're good enough for power. Ever since one point three eight four one from his fast run that clinched it landing fourth ahead of sergio perez with the jira each to be boosted one spot on the grid buck because of protesters penalty. Meanwhile gasoline with his team. At uky snowed at setting the eight fosters time however he will start the race. Eleven after receiving a penalty for impeding batas. Alpine's fernando alonzo took nine ahead of estimates and drive at launch stroke. He made it into q three despite having his final dropping youtube deleted for attract limits infringement by running wide at the final corner the end of you to george russell ended up eleven and just eight milliseconds from of q. Three appearance full williams after a lunch late improvement knocked the britain out call signs junior lost his best time in q two running to wipe out with the panova corner but he would have been behind russell in any case. One of the disappointments for the session was that of daniel carter who was only thirteen in the second mccower and was estimate alcon. He failed to make out of key one amazon seventeenth to as always. I am joined by alex. Kalinowka orcas sports x. one. Alex how are you doing very well. Thanks yes Yeah an interesting qualifying session for the syrian grand prix in keeping rabou. A hates on home turf but i didn't. I'm not sure if i really expected that. Fb three where lewis hamilton. Suddenly back head and you ever stop and go traffic. And you know it was a bit disruptive but you think things are going to be really close again. And then and i max max Breeding away and hamilton left out that his car just wasn't feeding his good. Use a bit surprised nina. Why but yeah just said. Fb three you saw a neat. Thank you three. And he just knew he wasn't up to it so yeah sets up a pretty good race tomorrow because i think the trend has been the reps fostering qualifying On the mercedes fractionally foster in the

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Azerbaijan GP Practice Results as Perez, Verstappen Dominate P1 and P2

The Autosport Podcast

01:37 min | 6 months ago

Azerbaijan GP Practice Results as Perez, Verstappen Dominate P1 and P2

"This weekend. Formula one returns tobacco azerbaijan. And a wreck has topped the timesheets. Embrace sessions with max In the one and sergio perez fosters imitate to optimizing back year. The drivers wreath minyard's themselves with the track and clearly trying to determine whether they could push by how much with multiple causes ended up for me escape birds and also a few spins but in max zappin set the fastest time. The one minute forty three point. One four eight of the soft followed by the ferraris of show class and call signs. Daniel ricardo had a good session finishing p five while source spin from his teammate london. Norris but fortunately there was no damage later in the day. Sergio perez the times with one for two point one in f. to attend ahead of his teammate. With staffan by bicol assigns. A red flag was brought out when nicholas the. Tv's call came to a stop to to the engine overheating. i'm not signal at the end of his session. Despite setting solid times throughout the day charlotte took a trip into the barriers at ten fifteen which resulted in him. Losing the front wing and bringing out the safety car an usa interrupting the software runs a face behind him. Offer disappointing weekend in monaco. Things want looking great for mercedes today with lewis hamilton. Even coming on the ray j during the second session of the day saying but he doesn't know what the time is an f. p. one hamilton finish p. seven and voucher us ten whilst. Fb to neither mercedes made into the top ten how much and finishing p eleven a second over pace of such a peres while tasks was down in peace

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Russian Parliament Passes Bill Barring Navalny Associates From Running in Elections

Monocle 24: The Briefing

01:59 min | 6 months ago

Russian Parliament Passes Bill Barring Navalny Associates From Running in Elections

"Upper house of russia's parliament the federation council is not known for its stout defence of constitutional democracy from the ambitions of an overreaching executive even by those standards however the latest measure. They have waived through is an eye-opener. It would ban members and supporters of any organization designated as extremists from being elected to any public office. Possibly not coincidentally moves are already afoot to designate as extremist the anti corruption foundation or fb k. Of imprisoned descended alexey. Navalny von joined with more on this by stephen deal. Russia analyst and regular monocle twenty four contributor. Stephen alert listeners. May already have guessed the answer to this question. But is this basically what it looks like it is it is. I'm afraid sadly. Russia turns more and more into the worst aspects of the soviet union. Your lead in reminded me of an old soviet joke which said that. Last night someone broke into the kremlin. Install next year's election results. And and as you say what they're doing now is preparing for the elections. That are coming up in the autumn of this year for the for the duma the state parliament by making sure that anyone who might win against the preferred kremlin candidate won't have even if standing never mind being voted in isn't the fbi k. Already marginalized enough by dint of having already been declared a foreign agent again this is. This is a very soviet way of doing things that you take very large sledgehammer. And you put it up against a very small nut and you smash smash smash it until only dust is left. The i think there is something something russian about this that it's not a question of just banning people it's a question of of humiliating them and absolutely obliterating can

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"fb" Discussed on Guerrilla Podcast Syndicate

Guerrilla Podcast Syndicate

07:35 min | 6 months ago

"fb" Discussed on Guerrilla Podcast Syndicate

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Monaco GP Qualifying Report

The Autosport Podcast

02:14 min | 7 months ago

Monaco GP Qualifying Report

"And incredibly close qualifying session in. Monaco comes to an end with charlotte taking pole position and finishing his session in the wall. We knew that we were in for tight battle. After the ferraris top times. Fb to and today. We had a grouping qualifying session. This will seven different teams making indicate. Three charlotte took provisional pole after his fast with a one minute. Ten point three four six around two tenths ahead of max. V sapin without us and call signs behind as the drivers attempts to improve times in the final moments of key. Three shaw made contact with barry at the second part of the swimming pool breaking his front suspension and then ending in the barrio on the exit. The crash brought out the red flags stopping the session and putting a stop to any potential improvements. His closest rival was max and vow chery as a result show held onto the pole position as long as his gearbox does not need replacing which would penalties he was stopped p one tamar alongside max without serie and such a perez lining up on the second row land norris. Npr gasoline by in strong performances in key three managing p five m p six respectively with londonorce zero point two seven four seconds of poll. You may notice. I've not mentioned the current championship lead just yet and that is because it wasn't such a strong day for lewis hamilton who was struggling throughout the session unable to put together quick enough to be in. I shelter poll and instead off to suffering a front left lock up. Interest was three quarters of a second off of showers is time and he was stopped. P. seven tomorrow vegetables stocks. Pa with the second. Red blue sapphire peres p. Nine who run into traffic on his run on the top ten is rounded off tannoudji of nazi insecure. Three for the fast time this season we lost esteban alcon. Donald ricardo launch stroh. Kimera can and george russell in key to on especially disappointing day. Daniel ricardo who have coolest is a race went ahead and absolutely loves driving this track in q. On all of the monarchy's knocked plus robert surprising late financial alonzo. Who will stop p seventy tomorrow. Right behind yuki sonoda nickless. He feet was fortunate enough to have his cover pat in time for qualifying offer his pay three crash and he'll be starting ahead of nikki. Massive pin

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Anti-Islam Dutch MP Turned Muslim Joram Van Klaveren

TMV Podcast

03:23 min | 7 months ago

Anti-Islam Dutch MP Turned Muslim Joram Van Klaveren

"Name is your own clapper's you're already mentioned and and i used to be a member of the dutch parliament's And it was a representative for the anti islamic freedom party of culas even spokesperson on this subject of islam In parliament. And i did it for many years and when this is debris Introductions how summary and what i did was After i left the party. Because i left the party i feel very anti-islamic than what i did was Fulfiling alone held decided. It was writing anti-islam book but during the writing i came across so much information was at odds with the things i usually Brought the audience in the netherlands. The things i spoke about in In in the dutch parliament delegation radio and oleander media channels here so I came across so much information was it was at odds with the things i usually mentioned at. I started researching at everything again and I i wrote to several authorities on subjects of islam judaism and christianity. Because i'm from a very conservative protestant backgrounds as oh. My upbringing was in indepth corner. And what i did was trying to figure out what what the truth was with. A capital. t. Sodas as or i was very anti-islam but i wanted to be a correct book so i didn't want to have any mistakes. Fb honest so what i did was also trying to catch The few of muslim. So what i did was writing to some authorities also islamic origin one of the persons. I wrote to shelter hockey morad. Some claims university team windsor english name and i thought he was going to write me back. Because i put a little wikipedia link at the end of my email and add some questions. But i didn't want to fool himself say so what it was to be honest and i thought that he would never answer me because of course why shoot. He answered an anti-islamic politician from another country. But it took a couple of weeks and think about six or seven weeks and in the anti e send me very extensive answer very extensive because i read it on my My telephone against the because it's gaza. It was about sixteen seventeen pages so it's very expensive. And what he did was trying to answer questions. I asked him in the email. Why is this. Why do you do this. What's the thought behind his dead wife. This might set. So that's what he did and then at the same time. He pointed to other scholars. The of that some books gave me titles at seth and then what he says. Well i'm not going to comfort you. Obviously because it was the first male He said to me well. What you have to do is reread all your books. All your anti islamic books read them again but if you read them read this book snacks to your anti islamic books and he said well you then you can see where they take the wrong turn.

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Lewis Hamilton Takes Shocking Pole Ahead of Two Red Bull Drivers

The Autosport Podcast

01:40 min | 8 months ago

Lewis Hamilton Takes Shocking Pole Ahead of Two Red Bull Drivers

"I'm arava bravo and today. Alex cullen orcas or two sports grand prix. Editor is here to chat about today's action. Alex what an exciting session. That was louis. Bano sounded quite surprised themselves that they had secured pole position going into qualifying today. Will you expecting him to take paul. I'll be honest. no. I don't think i was. I think the surprise you could hear in beaufort voice was absolutely genuine i. They know that they're in a real close fight with boone. There's going to be very very difficult to do with dominating. The don so easily over the previous years and yet actress did have a eat. You have a bad friday. Not he's obviously with the drive shaft pizza but certainly disrupted things. Says you're peres happening. Fb one now that videos now come out. It was just an unfortunate thing where eclipse as the consequence of the fact that the teams couldn't see what was happening in the timing will tv pictures so rip was really on the back for but still has the fastest car. I don't like definitely think this is a qualifying. That red bull lost rather than mercedes one. So yeah lewis. Hamilton was brilliant. Excellent job but he himself will admit that neither of his two laps were particularly a hundred percent. Perfect is what he said he needed to being said. If you can him about listen in the press conference he says if you put the t. laps together you would have not perfect but i think we still felt both of them. There was time on the table. And you could see that. And secondly didn't improve. Both of the rebel drivers made significant errors. And actually if stopping hooks. Everything up. He's clearly on head of hamilton. I think i think it's Budget they've a tenth of a second cy another another another time rep. Who is cost themselves when they've had the fox's car

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How Joel Embiid Became An MVP Contender

The Lead

03:54 min | 10 months ago

How Joel Embiid Became An MVP Contender

"Also derek. Last season ended in pretty disappointing. Fashion for philadelphia. That'll do it. The boston celtics move on by defeating the seventy sixers. Four games to nothing. The first ever went wrong in that first round against boston for embiid and the sixers. I think a bunch of things went wrong. First of all. You can't start without saying this. Ben simmons zone. Outside of that sort of what went wrong was wrong with the sixers all year. The team didn't fit well yet. Al horford and josh richardson. Who were tough it's around a post op center and embiid. Richardson shooting for three ended out. They didn't have a real reliable second often times during the series alec. Burks was your secondary options on offense recipe. Brad stevens and the celtics and bead romeo leg for the rookie thinking about double vacates birds. Who can't make them pay. So there is a lot of mistakes that were made roster building and there were missing. Simmons isn't it was a tough series for sure. Can you remind us what the narrative was after that first round exits surrounding joel embiid and his performance. Yeah it was fascinating because on one hand when they came back into the bubble they had spent pretty much those months in between working with you all to get better at handling dull teams and it came out in the bubble in orlando during the seeding games and some of that had started to show and he looked like he was handling double teams better and he came out against the celtics. And i think that he converted back a little bit in terms of struggling with the double team and bead backing down ties gordon hayward on the help and they come up with the steel but he was dominant as an individual score. That was locked off and be. Did it again. Safe focused joel. Fb five of seven. Give him thirteen of his team's thirty one. We'll lifesaver on that. So i think a lot of people looked at you made steps. He did most of what he could do individually. He just didn't have enough help around him. Well that disappointing end to a long season led to a number of changes within the sixers organization. Can you take us through. Some of the moves that philly made in the off season and how they related to unlocking the better performances from joel. Embiid is off the front office. Obviously brought daryl morey To work above. Elton brand and then they brought in doc rivers replace brett brown and then you had some pretty key addition to traded al horford for essentially danny green. And then josh. Richardson for steph curry. And i think those two editions have been pretty big with joel. Because i think if you look either trade you'd say the sixers got the lesser talent but the fit and just having to players in curry and green. Who the other team can't leave has been huge for. Joel shoe autom- double wall and pass. And you miss accomplish you. Miss a lot of shots You just straightening and then you start thinking of all you gotta do everything by yourself. 'cause everybody's not made the shots. Richardson horford they were not only inconsistent shooting. If they are unwilling shooters and they'd hesitate any office. Which is kinda come grinding down to a halt not only is curry making his shots and all these green making his permanent shots. But the ball is moving around the perimeter. Much quicker than it was. So there's more consequential doubling joel embiid than there ever has been monarch got a lot of assists but Ogle gets one us open. Invite double or triple team has a lot of hockey else's shake milton hinton to downtown ten points and ten minutes off the bench make no mistake that play which about drawing the double and then the ball moving east gotta be willing to be content. That the ball's the swing opposite and he's gonna creative for shots teams are now left with a real choice whereas before i think the whole strategy just send you all need help and disguise it a little bit senate in different locations but if you send it frequently enough you're going to confuse joel embiid or the sixers aren't going to have the talent or the players to make him pay. I think that's changed now.

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How to break up Nick Saban's monopoly at Alabama to improve college football

Lance McAlister

01:30 min | 11 months ago

How to break up Nick Saban's monopoly at Alabama to improve college football

"Today headline How to break up savings monopoly in Alabama to save college football. And the opening line of the piece said. Is this what we want college football to be? Saving, winning it all at least every other year, mixed in with an occasional title for Clemson or Ohio State and half the country west of Kansas, having little reason to tune in. I mentioned last night's ratings all time low in the college football playoff era. Least watched national championship game of the playoff era 27% off last year's numbers. There is a there is a fatigue. To dominance. For whatever reason. This is like clockwork when when a team wins. It is really good year after year after year. Some get tired of it. The dynasty that dominates turns into fatigue. Um If you don't like Alabama, winning naturally, and the fact is, as I mentioned earlier, Nick Saban has more national championships than the 129 FBS coaches combined. Think of that. For a second. He's got seven. That's more than all the active coaches if he added of altogether that seems impossible. They've won six of the last 12. Alabama's one half the BCS and college football playoff championships.

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Racial Justice and Medicare for All

Medicare for All

05:40 min | 1 year ago

Racial Justice and Medicare for All

"I am benjamin day. I'm stephanie nakajima and this is medicare for all the podcast for everybody who needs healthcare so today. We're gonna discuss a topic that is central to our success in winning medicare for all when we as a movement talk about what it's going to take to win often when you hear issues like fundraising publication electing the right. Legislators there's other things that usually come up. But i think there's something that maybe even more important than any of those things putting us on the path to victory and that is of course confronting the deeply ingrained racism and our structures and cells. When you look at where. The united states is in compared in comparison to its pure countries. It's impossible to explain why we are so much more of an unequal and capitalist society than everywhere else that looking at the role of racism through our history Its impact on our safety net and the neglect and vilification of our public programs. So this is like a big conversation and we could probably have several podcasts on it but today we want to talk about racism specifically in the healthcare system and how medicare for all would and wouldn't address in a racism at the doctor's office and and then a little bit about the interrelated nature of our movements a movement with the larger fight for racial justice. And why and how. They are interconnected so ben. Do you want to introduce our guest absolutely so it is my great pleasure to introduce the wonderful person on the screen with us Dr beata amani. Who is an associate professor for. The charles r drew university of medicine and science and This is a timely is a lead co chair of the covid nineteen taskforce on racism and equity which is housed at the ucla center for study of racism social justice and health. Welcome dr money. I'm so excited to be here. It is great to have you so before we dive into this deep topic Can you tell us a little bit about your background. And why did you choose to become an epidemiologist with a focus on racism and what is epidemiology. So i mean that's a that's a wonderful question. Just what is an epidemiologist. Because i think for so many people. My friend circle in my family This current moment had them Here in the word and being like Isn't one of those. So epidemiology is essentially like the science and the studying of the disease distribution pattern the the distribution patterns of disease and anything associated with z's And it's not only about studying the the distribution and the pattern of disease and its related outcomes but it's also about studying the things that go into effect right the things that are in place the policies and practices that we have what are the effects of those things on the distribution of disease disease-related outcomes. So what that meant for me I think growing up was. I always loved Health and i loved politics And i was always thinking about the relationship between these two things And so when. I know you're thinking about how to have some sort of impact especially as a young person And you hear about like institutions. Like the cdc or the who right You really can you know. Start to give a sense of like. What does it mean to be able to like. Go out and steady and to collect information that can be so useful that it can actually save. Lives like on a larger level. These are to me that young person you know who was really drawn to like the field of setting in a deniau genes that then overtime epidemiology. That also came to me a tool set and a set of ideas that belonged to and we're a service of a system that Not only structured by racism. Right like us. Stephanie mentioned beginning at the heart of what we're talking about today But also was instrumental in structuring it and and creating and maintaining that And so then what that meant for me. Somebody who was studying it was that i was really drawn initially to infectious disease epidemiology Because you saw so much like an equity And also just they kind of racialized ideas about populations being generated around who's sick. Who's not risk of people who are not sick from those. Who are you know. So all those racial congregations And then moving into what we call behavioral. Fb and the idea that people's behaviors and they're like and and you know people's behaviors and their own actions can be connected and related to their health. So there's a potential for some sort of empowerment right to what i am. I think you know today like loosely. and specifically your social epidemiologist. Somebody who wants to study the distribution of disease and disease related factors In populations and communities on basant understanding systems structures in power

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Ridder, No. 7 Cincinnati roll over East Carolina, 55-17

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 1 year ago

Ridder, No. 7 Cincinnati roll over East Carolina, 55-17

"Seven Frank Cincinnati blew out east Carolina fifty five seventeen to improve to seven on overall and five in when the American athletic conference Desmond Ridder threw for three hundred twenty seven yards and three touchdowns and he also ran for a score Fillmore watching defense nor does the boulders looks another showed us exactly what the employer and you know all this the rest of the season and we will catch up on it all were needed to be Ritter has accounted for seventeen touchdowns the past four games including nine rushing scores Jerome Ford ran for a pair of TV's for the Bearcats whose team record nineteen game home winning streak at the fourth longest among FBS schools ECU's Holden Ehlers through for just eighty seven yards with three interceptions I'm Dave very

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FP1: Drivers struggle with slippery track in first practice in Turkey

The Autosport Podcast

02:06 min | 1 year ago

FP1: Drivers struggle with slippery track in first practice in Turkey

"One particular this morning. It was like watching Some played a computer game and it turned track. Grip down to zero on really really hard tires or that turned the rain on the graphics. There'd been a graphics glitch. The rain hasn't come down because it was. It was incredible absolutely zero grip. There was sideways. Ronald the corners. They were just getting up into fifth gear round tonight which the drives it boasted yesterday about all will be flat through there on a i. I like the pits It was crazy. So i'm basically calls by resurfacing done. Recently as recent as two weeks ago They resurfaced it. And then what happens. When you lay down new asphalt surfaces it needs time to cure so will the oils bitch mini the surface. And then you clean that way and then the the grip should there. So i'm not sure happened. So basically i cars out on the very oily track today with the f. one cars. I mean it got slowly better but i think we're in a in a worse situation. We were poor to matthew higgs and well that we could see. fpm sickly the patches of wet. Bits where they tried to wash some of it away and quite worked to illustrate just how slippery it was Maxwell stanton's first time. Fb one was about ten seconds off of the investments post in two thousand eleven and improved a little bit by a p two and talk jobs news any about three seconds off at that time from vassil but we still quite a way to get. Haven't we yeah so today's three seconds of Pole position time which thing. Oh that's not too bad. But then go remember how much quicker the current khazar compared to twenty seven i looked at some stats. A few minutes ago says before any a few tracks. Same configuration And we've been in twenty seven but the nurburgring back in twenty seven. Polaris woman at thirty point zero Pole position this year woman at twenty five point two so the cars in theory should be around five seconds a lot quicker so the facts were three seconds. Elapse loa i think highlights just how far off we are at the moment. We've got another eight seconds to

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Virus postponements hit SEC, Big Ten; 8 games across FBS

AP News Radio

00:29 sec | 1 year ago

Virus postponements hit SEC, Big Ten; 8 games across FBS

"This weekend's college football schedule continues to shrink Saturday's game between twelfth ranked Georgia and host Missouri has been postponed due to culvert nineteen concerns involving the Tigers who are short on players it's the fourth game involving SEC teams this weekend to be postponed by the coronavirus the big ten game between third ranked Ohio state and host Maryland has been canceled because of an elevated number of cove in nineteen cases within the Terrapins program eight terms of tested positive for cove in nineteen over the last seven days I'm Dave Ferrie

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More Than 50 Dead After Gold Mines Collapsed in Eastern Congo

Live From Here with Chris Thile

00:43 sec | 1 year ago

More Than 50 Dead After Gold Mines Collapsed in Eastern Congo

"Republic of Congo. At least 50 people are reported dead after an illegal gold mine collapsed as ish Mahfoud equal reports from Harari. It's the latest in a Siri's of mining accidents involving small scale subsistence miners. The tragedy happened Friday following heavy rains in the town off coming to GE in eastern Democratic Republic of the Congo. And I witnessed told French news agency FB that only one person survived. He said the dead tried to escape, but they were swept away by the waters. A pressure informal mining is widespread in mineral reach idiocy and mining accidents are common. For NPR

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Emmert: No NCAA championships for fall sports

Red Eye Radio

00:39 sec | 1 year ago

Emmert: No NCAA championships for fall sports

"New donors. Only Nzt has canceled its fall championships as covert 19 continues to spread. More from cleaning up the said earlier this month that would cancel fall championships of more than 50% of the playoff eligible teams in each sport canceled their season's president, Mark Emmert followed up on that today We cannot now a TTE. This point have fallen CH championships because there's not enough schools participating. The cancellation doesn't impact FBS football because the isn't its governing body, But for all other sports, there won't be championships. It's up to individual conference. Asses if teams want to play a

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MAC Decision Not a Surprise to Huskie Football Team

WGN Nightside

01:46 min | 1 year ago

MAC Decision Not a Surprise to Huskie Football Team

"Big 10. Impact 12 received most of the attention this week when both conferences postponed their fall sports seasons. But that decision was really accelerated by the Mac, who on Saturday became the first FBS conference to pull the plug on the fall. I talked to Northern Illinois football players earlier today about their perspective on the conference call to keep them off. The news came with a mix of shock and disappointment. But when the Mack move to postpone its fall sports season and I, you players commended the conference for prioritizing their health and safety. I understood You know, and I appreciate it that you know the Mac was willing to do what was best for our health. As far as our you know, players were taking the players and doing what was right even if it was done popular pain. Other major conferences quickly fouled the max lied. However, the Big 12 SEC and a C C are all still forging ahead, meaning the Huskies would be sidelined while others play on is they deem that is not safe, not healthy to play? And people are playing. Then I would be kind of worried about you know my brothers and my friends from other schools, and I'd be worried for their health, You know, but they deem that it's safe to play. I just asked him questions on what is the reason why people aren't playing and why they are playing the separate standards and diverging medical advice Schools are receiving has frustrated some players just confused, You know deeply for now, and I You plans to keep its safety and testing protocols in place. As the Huskies hold out hope for spring. I might be a little bit more patient than I what is hoped for, but it was definitely in my plans to finish is that there are started. Whenever football comes back, I'll be ready.

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Spring League football tourney to play in bubble

Lewis and Logan

02:43 min | 1 year ago

Spring League football tourney to play in bubble

"That. I was reading an interesting story. This just hit There's gonna be a Spring league in football. A 16 football tournament in Las Vegas. They will start in October. And they'll use a bubble concept very similar to what we're witnessing now in the NHL and N BA, the teams will be stocked mostly with players that have been released by NFL teams. And also 20 to 30 college players from FBS power five schools that either decided to opt out in 2020 or had their season's cancelled. Interesting. They'll be 228 players 38 players per team. The law be housed in the same hotel will practice and play at the same facility. And they'll be quarantined within the air quote bubble. Would the woods? That would be Brian Woods? Who is the Spring League? That's what they're calling it. The Spring League CEO. Said that Events will be funded internally. With the possibility of recouping some money from a broadcast agreement at a later date. Interesting boy. Somebody very opportunistic and I don't know. You put something together that big that quick on how they're going to play in October. But how could college players being the bubble? When are they going to school dropped out guys that would be done their job. They're not going to play it all right if college football's going to cancel the season So they're not going to go back. There's going to be some players ago. Okay? I guess I'm done done going back this spring League. That's what it's called Conduction annual monthlong Siri's of practices and games. A showcase talent to the NFL and CFL scouts. It also hosts several other smaller and more frequent player showcases, most recently, a four day event in Denver last month. I didn't even know about this. The spring leagues bubble schedule this fall calls for 10 days of practice starting October 7th. Followed by nine games between October 17th of October 28th. During games the league will ban huddles. And limit each team to 19 players, three coaches and three medical staffers on the field or on the sideline. The remaining 19 players and all their staffers will be stationed either in the end zone tunnel. Or off the field entirely, and will be called when needed. Disinfect intense we placed on both sidelines. Three game officials will be assigned to clean the game ball. Some player equipment after every single play, and all protocols will be overseen by Dr Paul Auerbach. A professor at the Stanford

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MAC becomes the first FBS conference to cancel its football season

WBZ Afternoon News

00:13 sec | 1 year ago

MAC becomes the first FBS conference to cancel its football season

"Mid American conference officially canceled his 2020 college football season because of concerns about the health and safety of its players amid the covert 19 pandemic. This means that 12 member league is the first FBS conference to decide not to play in the

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MAC becomes the first FBS conference to cancel its football season

The Designer Yard Show with Bret Achtenhagen

00:12 sec | 1 year ago

MAC becomes the first FBS conference to cancel its football season

"College Football News, The Mid American Conference. Commonly known as the Mac is canceling its upcoming football season due to cope in 19 concerns. It is the first FBS conference opt not to play this fall.

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02:15 min | 2 years ago

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02:58 min | 2 years ago

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"Also be at the I.. Dot Connection in in February the week after the ISPA. I'm co speaking with Dr Amanda Nancy about at a follow your passion in optometry so we both are her performance vision optometrists a little different but we are talking about how to just take what you'd like to do or what you have an interest in and make that your passion in optometry. So if you're on the DOC connection make sure you come to our workshop. I'll be giving a six hour lecture and workshop at the SBA as an introduction to sports vision and then also be a vision expo east on innovation stages while fantastic just for anyone. Curious for the conference is going to be February. Sixth through eighth in San Diego on well definitely a link to information to that here as well so this is something have an interest in travelling doing. Ce you can potentially just keep an eye out and catch them information along. Some of your already plan. Dan Travels and if you end up being even more interested. There's definitely a lot of resources to dive in the absolutely knee. And my advice would be to also remember your optic go and make sure that you have the correct boards and safety eyewear in and keep up to date. There's some been been some regulation changes in some of the sports so making sure we're both doctors and their staff especially their optical staff are well versed in what is going on with their patients are leaving with and having the conversation about the dress I wear has no place on the field court or ice and making sure that patients are wearing appropriate safety. Eyewear that has been independently tested. I think that independently only tested pieces. Essential anyone contest themselves so there are some some different sports safety eyewear that is independently tested so we can feel uh-huh confident that our athletes are leaving with the best protection but that also becomes an added revenue stream as well another way to set ourselves apart. So that's another way to and towed the line and an ad in some sports vision without taking a huge plunge of technology and knowledge but starting in the primary eye care practice of asking good questions Sion's in the exam room directing patients the highest to making sure. They're seeing as well as they can be and making sure they're protected in every sport. I think if we all did that we'd all be really setting. Our patients tapped success and safety. I couldn't agree more. I think there's definitely a lot of great takeaways really no matter what level of sports vision training you want to really get into it contribute to patients so that's really exciting to kind of have that on the back of your mind that really any day you walk into the office you have an opportunity to be involved in this part of optometry so I definitely wanted to thank you for really being so generous with your time today and sharing all these great insights and I'm sure people will be having some of the resources here and learning more about that. Have a great time at the meeting. And now we'll be looking afford to catch up with you later on as well. Thank you for having me. This has been a great opportunity. So thank you. That's a wrap for this episode but it's only the beginning of the conversation. Please share your thoughts with us in the comment section on ody's on facebook dot com as well as the odious on facebook group. If you have questions for.

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01:35 min | 2 years ago

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"They said wow. I didn't know you did anything like that. And I think that's a great way for Thomas Mattress to differentiate themselves and for patients to see them on another level and it only helps. Elevate the field of Thomas and let the public see that. We have such amazing things that we do as Thomas and I think that helps the public. See that it's not just about and glasses and contact lenses that we can do everything and and I think they look at me and go. Wow I didn't know that up Thomas can do this. And that gives me an opening into a conversation to say not only. Can we do that. We can do do all these other things so it really opens at conversation shows every patient that not only can they see me for primary care and sports vision but everything Out so I think it's a great conversation Adnan exam. I absolutely agree. There's really not a better time right. When we're dealing with patients directly? We're talking about vision in their goals. It's a great opportunity for us is to utilize there so I think we've covered a lot of ground ear for people who are curious about sports vision and for people who are interested in deeper dive will definitely be linking. The resources is that we have chatted about here so far in the article as well so you can take a look at those and see if that's something that you want to go into and for some of the listeners who are interested in maybe picking your brain on a one on one basis What are some opportunities for them to be able to get in touch with you directly so our website for our sports vision practice is performed twenty twenty? So it's performance twenty twenty but the website is performed twenty twenty dot com. We're on Instagram as well. I think you're gonNA link our INSTAGRAM page So people can feel free to reach out to me the.

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01:31 min | 2 years ago

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"Know I didn't. I'm a triathlete and runner. So my personal experience did not really help with any of the training sports that I'm familiar with really didn't help me okay. So but if somebody's played hockey are played basketball played baseball and tennis and I can put themselves as the athlete and think about what they need as as when they're playing that really help develop a training plan as well absolutely and we covered a lot of the different resources. Here that you had mentioned from some of the written content. That's available online. Are there any books that you've found three particularly helpful. Gregson is a really really powerful person in sports performance vision. He has a great book. I'm I'm Don t also wrote a book. There are some great websites available. The International Sports Business Association which I've mentioned they have a website chock full of information and and they're a great resource again. They have you know an international meeting coming up soon. That has really really great information. They away has just a huge amount both both on sports and performance vision and concussion. There were really really working hard to elevate the public knowledge of what we do at the meeting. There's always some great lectures vision. Expo is well. You know there's always some of the the really prominent people in sports and performance vision. Who have been around for a long? Time are really also excited about sharing their knowledge so they tend to be. They're putting on lectures and putting on workshops of every varying amounts of information whether it be a new to Dr Getting into.

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04:16 min | 2 years ago

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"An optometrist. But I don't have to do everything and kind of sitting and looking and saying what sports do I enjoy and what sports I have knowledge of and understand. Starting they're not thinking I have to go out and market to every little known sport that exists exists and try and know everything about everything. I still don't know probably most of the realm of sports but I'm learning and I'm creative and I know what I don't know and I know what I need to know and you know I didn't grow up actually knowing anything about hockey. I did not grow up playing hockey. I had really no exposure to hockey so oh landing in a hockey rink and having a demographic to start of primarily hockey players and very very high level d one college college hockey players and professionals I learned quick but I you know took a step back and said no one's expecting me to coach and we are not coaching. So I you know I look and say in my realm of knowledge. What's important for hockey player? What are the visual and motor skills that they need and the AOA has a great website site with sports vision? There are some ham books on there with different sports that have been developed over the years that people can use to say okay. I have a baseball player coming in and I think I know I know baseball. But what are the skills that are needed for baseball. What are the visual skills? What are the terms of baseball? So there's some great great handbooks there in the sports and performance part of the way that people can join there's sports performance vision ad advocacy network. There's kits there's all these these different things that are available so we don't have to reinvent the wheel with everything there. There are things out there that can help so when I was starting I use the manuals annuals alive. I reached out to other people and said you know. Teach me about hockey goalies. Now what are what are they doing. What are their skills? And when I was in optometry entry school and I was working with. Dr Teas Practice I was a fourth year student in. I rotated through in my fourth year. One of the athletes that they worked with a lot was a a he was a shooter. He was a trap shooter and he would come in. He was probably in his. I'd say his seventies at the time I think he's in his late eighties now and he would talk about shooting reading and I said to him one day. I said I have no idea what you're talking about. I don't I can't visualize a trap shooting so he said okay. Let's go trap shooting so it took me one day trap shooting and I was able to see what he meant and what he needed to do and kind of looked at it through his eyes and he taught me. Hey how to shoot and but I now I understand shooting better and I can visualize what their needs are verse trying to just imagine it so get out there. You know my my advice would be to start with something when you're familiar with but then get out there and put yourself in that athletes position and see what you need to see and see what they need to see and and kind of what. The skills are does definitely great insight there because because it seems like even if you're an outsider can at least start getting the ball rolling and building that intuitive understanding and then also leaning on colleagues who may have that personal experience actually playing being that sport might have that athletes perspective as well to allow you to benefit from right and start with the I other than me who didn't take my own advice. Jason started with hockey and Lacrosse. The two sports I had no knowledge of but I think starting with things that people are genuinely interested in and have some familiarity cady with or that are popular in their area I helped a practice in Orlando start a sports vision practice. What are the sports that are popular for you and tennis and soccer are big so I said well focus their start really building yourself as you know kind of the experts in tennis and soccer versus hockey versus figure skating? You know some sports that might not be as popular. I mean I'm in Fairfield County Connecticut which I think every sport is popular here and there are her leagues and coaches and specialty trainers for everything. So it can be overwhelming to look and go. Oh my gosh you know you Google hockey teams and there's a million travel team so it can be overwhelming to figure out where to start but starting small and starting with things that you're interested in and have a little bit of knowledge or that you've played you.

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02:35 min | 2 years ago

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"Proper safety is important. Two other injuries are such a a rampant preventable issue so making sure that we are up to date on the latest standards and let latest testing. And what's recommended and making sure our optical in our optical staff are using the best materials and the best types of sports and safety eyewear and making sure those are independently tested and just being aware of what we're doing and the conversations we have so anyone can work with athletes. It's and it doesn't have to be that you invest a ton of money into a sports vision training center which some do but you know if you have any interest in working with athletes. Athletes Start by having a conversation in the exam room about sports and position making sure that that they're wearing protective. Eyewear making sure that's independently tested. Making sure they're refractory errors corrected so I think if we as optometrist embrace our primary care role with athletes. Then then we can start working on enhancement but it starts in the exam room before we do anything else. It sounds like that's potentially the entry points for people who aren't familiar with the sports village inside of your practice is that maybe they entered through the primary care side they learn about what's available so after that point. What does the process of working with that patient? Looks like so we start with a ten point evaluation of every athlete that comes in and we use two technologies that we've partnered with since the beginning synoptic and neuro tracker We have the synoptic sensory station. which is a large basically a big android touchscreen and we use that to a SAS S. ten different visual and motor and cognitive skills? On every athlete the great thing was synoptic as it then takes the evaluation and it compares that athlete late to a database of their peers in their sport position in age group so we can rank them based on different things like visual acuity eye hand coordination Dan Reaction Time and we can look and say. Here's how you're a high school junior goalie hockey goalie. Here's how you compare it to all the goalies in the database base and here are some really really great things you're doing but here are some areas where you might be falling below fifty percent. So I'M GONNA use your evaluation relation to craft a specific training program for you to work on not only skills. I know that are important for hockey goalies but areas that you might be not as Efficient in and we reassess athletes.

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03:34 min | 2 years ago

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"Hi everyone and thanks for joining. Thanks for another episode of the. Od's on facebook podcast. I'm your host Dr Faez Mahgoub. And today we're going to be discussing sports vision training joining us for this episode. What is Dr Jennifer Stewart? Dr Stewart is a partner at Norwalk. Eyecare in Norwalk Connecticut. She's also the founder and Chief Vision Officer at Performance Twenty Twenty which is a specialty optimistic practice dedicated to sports vision enhancement. Dr Stewart is originally from New Pulse New York and attended merced college for her undergraduate undergraduate studies before attending New England College of optometry for optometry school in two thousand eighteen. Dr Sorts practice. Our walk by care was recognized. The best practice by Cooper Vision and in Twenty Nineteen Dr Stewart was recognized with the award for Innovation by women in optometry Dr Stuart's experience in Sports Vision training includes working with athletes in the NHL NFL as wells professional athletes in squash lacrosse. Thank you very much for joining us today. Dr Stewart. I'd love to start off by learning about how you discovered sports vision training. And what actually got you started in the field so I've always been an athlete. I was an athlete when when I was younger I was an athlete through high school I'm a division former division one track and field athlete at Mary's College so I always was involved in sports but but one to find a way to include sports with my profession. And when I decided on Thomas I was fortunate enough to find the field of sports performance. Vision When I was in optometry school so for me? It's been a great way to continue to be involved in athletics. Both on kind of my side of still competing in athletics but also work with athletes and to do that with a helping them improve and take that with my day job. That's really awesome. How how did you find those first steps of getting involved even before you graduated from school? was that kind of a difficult process or was it an easy thing to jump into science fortunate when I was in optometry school that One of my family friends was not Thomas Wrist and he introduced me early on to Dr. Don T who at the time was practicing in Richfield Connecticut and he's really been involved in the field of sports and performance vision for probably close to forty years so I was fortunate when I was. I think I was a second year student that I was introduced to him. And and Don's worked with students for decades and took me under his wing and brought me down to his practice in Connecticut when I was in school and had me shadow. Him had me shadow his therapist throughout school. He had me come with him on some of the events that he did working with the Knicks. I was able to come down and work with him when he did. A screening of the Knicks and I was on a team through it was through Johnson and Johnson which was called the worldwide Performance Vision Council. So Oh I was nominated to be on that team. Which helped set up protocols testing and training protocols leading to the Beijing Olympics so through that team is able to really get exposed supposed to sports and performance vision both nationally and internationally and build up this huge network of of people both optometrist and research scientists scientists other other people in the sports performance? World So I just have been fortunate to find people and Network and ask questions and find that people are really genuinely interested in helping and helping you understand the field and now I think that now that I've been doing it a long time I feel like I've kind of turn that corner and now I'm fortunate to be out there helping.

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02:54 min | 2 years ago

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09:13 min | 2 years ago

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"Light one eight hundred contacts and things like that coming on the scene. They didn't see a lot until recently. But they're GONNA learn very quickly that they need is to get involved with businesses. That are still keeping the doctor upon the Ashley Equation Because again all of the ones that I mean Waldo another one forty million dollars. They're all chasing the direct to consumer approach. Because it's Wa they've seen. What can thousands of spices? But it's not working in. I care for the reasons that you know we keep talking about. That is that the doctor has been cut out of the mix so that's their examples of it bad examples of capital money because they're not doing enough due diligence to ask that question about. Hey it doesn't need to be a lot of oversight here whereas the connection to the industry so we definitely see that market forces are big driver of some of these different disruptive endeavors and enterprises that are in I care and that will be coming in the future. I do also so see. That technology also plays a role in these so for example a lot of the companies offering online refraction dependent on there being cell phones available to where a patient can use. Is that as a means of getting an auto refraction essentially. What type of technologies do you feel like are on the horizon? And how do you feel like they're going to be impacting our field. I hear a lot about artificial official intelligence and telemedicine. What role do you think those will be playing and where the doctor will fit in as technologies get rolled out? You know I think. Will there be technologies allergies that come along that provide the technical aspect of a refraction. Potentially I mean yes that that's an inevitability ability but I'm always reminded of there was a a wonderful book that I used to teach the ophthalmology residents from When I was at an academic medical center and it was called a fine art of refracting without making a spectacle of yourself and I can't recall the author of the book but in the book and this is a time-tested right? The this book was from the eighties or nineties and in the book. There's a poem that he writes and he says by now you know it is a fact. There are machines that can refracted. One thing will always be true. Complaints will come back to you and the point of that. Tom Is that while the technical piece is something that yes it is a critical part of what we do. They do a refraction. It has very little to do with that technical piece and it has everything to do with the fact that the brain needs to tolerate a prescription description that we generate and so I feel like no matter. What technology comes along to be able to do that? It will always take. The doctors intuition him on figuring out what works best for that individual patient. A I does a great job at searching for a a melanoma in a photograph or a melanoma on the skin dermatology. But what does not do is individ individualized his treatment plans for individual patients. And so I think no matter what technology comes along there will always be a need for a doctor to interpret the results colts. And I'm not talking about Dr Sitting in an office in Bangladesh dealing with a patient in Tennessee. I'm talking about a face is to face interaction with a doctor to personalise the medical plan for that patient. I definitely agree with you there. Jeff I feel like there will always be patients patients who appreciate the one on one care that they get from a doctor and also patients who have already established relationships with their optometrist. And don't necessarily see a need for going outside of that loop. I do wonder though for folks who are not currently in the eye care system or for folks who don't necessarily have that tight bond with an eye care provider how easy easy it will be for them to be swayed into some of these upcoming modalities of providing care for example last year the FDA approved an algorithm that can Screen for diabetic retinopathy from fundus photo. And we're seeing some of those systems go into place in primary care. Physicians offices where once the patient goes in for their are annual or semi annual diabetes. Follow up they get a photo taken. That's also screening for diabetic retinopathy. Now that can be nice for folks that were never going to go see a doctor would have not been in bike your system and wouldn't have an opportunity to get care but it also raises the question. What if a patient comes to you after going talking to the GP and they've already had an OC TANF UNDIS- photo taken analyzed by A? I brings the report with them. But guess what. The insurance for. That patient was already built for those things and so the OCT that you purchase the Fundus photograph instrumentation. That you have in your office is not gonna be able to generate revenue for that patient encounter because that's already the been built. You feel like some of those things even if they're not completely taking the doctors and the patients in separating them even within the current system that we have that they could could alter the financials of what it takes to operate a sustainable practice. There's a couple of aspects to that question is number one is access right. I I will tell you that. The American opted Metric Association has statistics ninety five percent of Americans have an optometrist demetris available to them within a ten mile drive and so the question of access in America is not a valid one the telemedicine companies all love to say what we're providing more access work providing more access but when it comes to I care do you completely up end a system that has ninety five five percent coverage of the United States. And I I think the answer to that is no. I'll tell you I'll give you an example of I have a an optometrist friend who just came to me with the scenario. They had a patient that sat down in the chair that came in for a red eye evaluation and the patient admitted that prior to sitting down in the optometrist share. The Insurance Company has insurance carrier had persuaded him in to do an online evaluation with one of their doctors. That incidentally it's kind of funny. The patient had the pay outside of the insurance coverage so the insurance carrier have them pay outside the insurance coverage for one of their doctors to evaluate with them with the patient ended up with a sty and the online provider provided the wrong treatment for that patient so by the time the patient ended up in the optometrist chair so delaying of care. They had an infection of the eyelid. So the true infection that needed oral antibiotics. And so if the patient had just sought the optometrist's in the first place the correct care would've been given at a much lower cost right hot compresses and digital massage are free but when the system is mucked up by insurance carriers trying to subvert care or divert care. It's just not read. The system is just not ready for that yet. I do see that eventually. More and more aspects of the I.. Example involve technology things like a but in the meantime between now and when those technologies can offer a comprehensive exam I feel that from an advocacy perspective for patient care. We need to make sure sure that any new technology comes. Online is scrutinized effectively and if it doesn't provide adequate patient care that we actually fight against it and we ensure that the quality of care is not actually compromised. Jeff can you talk a little bit about some of your work with the Ama and what you feel like some these organizations who represent optometry. The an advocate for patients can actually bring to the table in this situation. You fight as we've talked about the idea that really the only barrier to every Tom Dick and Harry Harry. Venture capitalists getting involved with you know. Diverting patient from proper care is Thomas fighting for our patients. That's the only way that Thomas are able to fight for. Our patients is when we get together and the only way we get together is through the American Optimistic Association. It now listen. Everyone that I talked to has their own opinion of the American often metric association. Some people are diehards. Some people are are are just very against some of the decisions that have been made in the past with a away and what I would tell everybody listening to this is that whatever for your beef was with in the past whether it was board certification or some other decision that you didn't agree with it is time to lay that down because in this time of unprecedented disruption the only thing that stands between corporate interests who do not have your patients in mind their wellbeing in mind and those things.

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"I'd like to get your thoughts on the word disruption. It seems to me like a loaded word. Some folks folks have a positive connotation of it some have negative connotation of it or what are your thoughts on the word and how do you view disruption in eyecare disruption can be a bad thing which is why people bowl relate to it differently. I think you know I've seen plenty of examples of disruption that has been good for consumers and businesses alike and others especially when my token dot about the disruption as now been so positive and one of the things that I've seen in mind pasta. Is that ultimately. You know. disruptors disrupted as that are coming into a market and doing something that benefits. Everybody are the ones that are ultimately very successful than where in the case of disruption is only good his johnny be good for the people that are actually disrupting a single segment and benefiting only one of the relationship which is causing equities and other vices for the likes of Waldo excetera and hobble where they are doing good by the consumer relative due to price and convenience. Obviously it's not a good product. The doctors were eliminated out of the mix. So it's not a good example of disruption and so is care and I think that's the because they are diverting care from occurring. That's an important point that you brought up. Jeff can you elaborate on the implications for quality of care considering these new companies providing eyecare services. But whose leadership doesn't even have a science background let alone prior experience in. I care well. I fire's what one of the things you mentioned. There was that people coming from outside. The industry are the ones who are disrupting right now and I just want to give you an example of the Recent article that I saw about Hubble you know somebody from their organization made a comment that methyl con way. There's no studies these that show that that is inferior material when in fact there are tons of studies very well. Constructed randomized multi multicentre clinical studies that. Show that methyl on a meaning a material that has an inferior decay over. Tea is in fact fact not a good material to put on patients so here we have a marketing guy. Basically who doesn't understand care at all making incorrect trek statements in national media. Because he just doesn't understand or has ability to read the literature. You one of the good examples that I use relative to disruption you know as far as was a great example of of somebody that came along and did a a wonderful job at disrupting Gillette right and stealing a huge amount of market share. And I think a lot of these people that have come into the it space space you know looking at the mechanics behind direct to consumer approach marketing social media and everything else. But here's the difference and this. This is the big difference instead Shaven Canada. Whatever that may be? I do not need a prescription to shave. You know so. They're applying all of the mechanics relatives. You a great business model that the played disconnected from the fact that this is an area that's managed completely differently and they have no experience in and around around that Andy Shaving kits or whatever the devices are for shaving are not class to in class three medical devices. It have the ability of blindness coming from outside the medical space. And that's the thing is white labeling system but you know putting on the sexy box marketing it very well to consumers in Venice. That's why consumers may have adopted it may have started using it but it's also the same reason some that product on my vision tests resulted in thousands of complaints over the FCC reason for that is that these are medical devices devices that need to be monitored and so you know you talk about disruption. You're talking about contact lens companies primarily but then you have contact lens. Companies who are are partnering with Telemedicine. And you know the perfect example there is one eight hundred contacts who has diverting patients from care by trying to sell sell their contact lens. Basically direct to consumer by incorporating online vision test which became visibly was not legalize so is not a test that was run by a run through the FDA the FDA issued them cease and desist order and subsequently visibly has closed up shop. Now that hasn't happened with one. Eight hundred site test yet online site test. So you Tayo is is is working to you. Know to Educate F. T. C. N.. FDA About one eight hundred's answer to that so to put this into context. X This is not the first time that I care to deal with these types of outside forces. Can you tell us about times in your career where you've seen care have to address these types of challenges. I I mean you know when when do box retailers and chain locations came into care people in private practice right around saying. Oh my God. The Sky's falling and what ended up happening is yes there's a certain segment of the population that We'll get there. I care done at retail locations and at big box locations but I care has weathered that and private practice owed. EMT practices academia are all very strong despite some of the kind of commoditisation of of eyecare one thing another thing that has come along in our industry our private equity groups so you know private equity groups this coming in and buying private practices. This is not a new phenomenon. I mean this has happened in waves previously in my career and it was actually very interesting. What happened in the past? I've an equity groups would come in by a bunch of practices. Those the quality of care would go down in those practices actresses and then the optometrist. Who sold them? The practices ended up buying them back. Now it's not to say that that's going to happen in this wave of private equity buying the practices. But you know this has happened before and optometry has always survived. And there's a reason for this as a reason Y up. Thomas has always survived. Is that the private practitioner the OD MD practice. The academic Thomas have always had add the patient's best interest in mind at all times as long as we continue to do that of Thomas and optometry as As an industry will always survive you. Take care of the patient first and foremost and then you let the business model work itself out after that. Tattoo uh-huh relative to a private equity. I think that you know in years at a gun pasta. Those Elliott waves whether they were making those decisions resulting in the losing losing the practices or being repurchased. I think today was seeing a lot smarter. Private equity companies. That are coming in Saint. Louis WE WANNA buy you offered Senator and you do your job well and we're asking in now you to maintain the practice a just as you would as if you know just a silent partner so again I think of seeing a case of you know. They've evolved in their approach and realized that you know it's one thing to buy them is another thing for us to try and run them. You know the reason that they're attractive tried to I the buyers because this doctor agree the doctors have done such a great job building a business. So that's why they're leaving it alone now. Some more and more was seeing better results. Coming out of private equity rights with there are there are two types of private equities in our marketplace right. Now there are some that come in and by the practice and basically turn the practice into a chain location and then there are others that come in and leave the purchasing decisions and leave the control control of the practice in the hands of the selling optometrist. The main theme that I see there is that it seems to be something that's driven by market forces. I I see a lot of venture capital backing a lot of these different efforts. What role do you see? Venture capital playing in the future of optometry. Either good or bad. I'll shoot for you know I think a lot of money that's coming in. We're talking about private equity and they see an industry where frankly you don't have to be a business genius in order to thrive and flourish as an optometrist. You see your patients day in and day out. There are wonderful ways of supporting practice with our current current model and equity groups. Want a piece of that money. Clearly saying the negative notes I mean with companies companies like hobble that have raised seventy five million dollars from venture capital. You know that's an example of where you know. The venture capital companies are looking at models that have worked in other areas so they see that they realized that I care you know has been an industry. That's been someone untouched for decades. You know outside side of the hiccups.

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