Ayahuasca’s Mechanisms of Action in the Treatment of Addictions – Mitch Liester & James Prickett

[Mitch:] Thank you and thank you for coming. [I] just briefly wanted to let you know that my interest in this topic is both professional and personal. I was first introduced to ayahuasca back in 1987, during a trip to Ecuador. We were working with shamans, and I met my future wife just before an […]

The Use of LSD, Psilocybin, and Bromo-LSD for the Treatment of Cluster Headaches – Torsten Passie

I’m speaking about a [possibly] partially non-psychedelic topic, but it originated in the psychedelic field. It’s also an interesting story about a discovery. [You] will mainly hear here from me about bromo-LSD, which is a compound which [was] originally synthesized by Hofmann in the mid-’50s, by Albert Hofmann, the discoverer of LSD. So it seems […]

Psilocybin-Assisted Treatment for Alcohol Dependence – Michael Bogenschutz

Thanks, everybody, for coming for the first talk of them morning. We’re going to be talking about [the] application [of] psilocybin for treatment of alcohol dependence. In this talk we’ll start with a brief review of the research on use of classic hallucinogens for treatment of addiction, then talk a little bit about possible mechanisms […]

Therapeutic Radiography Course at London South Bank University

Therapeutic Radiography transcript: Rebecca Johnson: My name is Rebecca Johnson; I am the course director for the DipHe programme in Radiotherapy Practice. I am also the admissions tutor for the Therapeutic Radiography programmes. We run three programmes here, we run a DipHE programme for assistant practitioners, we run BSc three year full time programme and […]

Patient and Family Centered Care Rounds at Hasbro Children’s Hospital

[Music] This short video is meant to serve as a brief introduction to family-centered rounds. Family-centered rounds is the way that your doctors, nurses, and other members of your hospital care team communicate the plan for the day to you and your family. It incorporates the four principles of family-center care: dignity and respect, information […]


Being healthy used to be pretty simple – eat a well-balanced diet, exercise regularly, and manage stress. Today, this doesn’t work. Our food is less nutritious and our environment has become toxic. A landmark study done by the University of Texas showed significant decline in nutrition content of 43 different fruits and vegetables from 1950 […]