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#02 Biochemistry Buffers Lecture for Kevin Ahern’s BB 450/550

#02 Biochemistry Buffers Lecture for Kevin Ahern’s BB 450/550

Kevin Kevin Ahern: Alright! Good deal. Let’s see. A couple things. Somebody asked if I would send, or several people asked if I would send matching, problems for the 6th edition of the textbook compared to the 7th and I did that and hopefully that’s helpful to you. As I noted in my e-mail, sometimes […]

AmputeeOT: Liner Primer! All about liners for prosthetic legs

Hi guys! This is Christina, the Amputee OT. In this video, I’m going to be talking about liners for your prosthetic leg. I only have a few examples of the wide wide variety of liners that are available for people with lower extremity amputations who wear prosthetics. To be honest, there are a TON of […]

Knock Knock, Trick or Treat? – Halloween Song

Knock Knock, Trick or Treat? – Halloween Song

[Music starts] ♪ Knock knock. Trick or treat? Who are you? ♪ I’m a ghost. I’m a little ghost. ♪ Knock knock. Trick or treat? Who are you? ♪ I’m a ghost. I’m a little ghost. [Everyone makes ghost noises] ooooooooh… ♪ Knock knock. Trick or treat? Who are you? ♪ I’m a cowboy. I’m […]

#01 Biochemistry Introductory Lecture for Kevin Ahern’s BB 450/550

#01 Biochemistry Introductory Lecture for Kevin Ahern’s BB 450/550

Captioning provided by Disability Access Services at Oregon State University. Kevin Ahern: Let’s see. How about now? Can you hear me up there? You can. Okay. Student: No. Kevin Ahern: No? More volume? Less volume? Student: More volume. Kevin Ahern: More volume! How’s that? Higher! Lower. [students chuckling] What is this? Are you guys ready […]

Being an Occupational Therapist and a Researcher: Victoria’s story

Being an Occupational Therapist and a Researcher: Victoria’s story

The thing that first got me interested in research, I think,… …was when I got my first job as an occupational therapist… …and I think working on the wards… …and actually questioning why things are done the way they’re done, … …it made me quite inquisitive and I wanted to find out more about research… […]