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The Student Agency: A student-led podcast from Franklin College

Franklin College's Department of Economics, Business, and Accounting

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Join marketing students at Franklin College of Indiana for a weekly-ish conversation about news and events within the marketing industry. We'll explore concepts and topics week by week through the lens of what's happening and how students are processing and responding to the world around them. New pods drop every week (or so) during the fall and spring semesters.
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Main Street Moxie: Stories from small-town founders and entrepreneurs told by students and faculty at Franklin College

Franklin College Department of Economics, Business, and Accounting and the Kite Shop at Franklin College

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Hear stories from the builders, dreamers, adventurers, and founders that knit communities together with businesses big and small. Whether it's a corner shop, a B2B agency, a nonprofit, or a high-powered startup on the rise, you'll hear about the ideas, the journeys, the challenges, and the victories from real people who make our small towns special. Periodic special editions will focus on student entrepreneurs at Franklin College and surrounding schools, as well as other programs around Indi ...
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In this episode, we review the pharmacology, pharmacokinetics, adverse effects, monitoring, medicinal chemistry, and more of loop diuretics. Key Concepts Loop diuretics (furosemide, torsemide, bumetanide, ethacrynic acid) are the most potent type of diuretic and are used to relieve edema. Loop diuretics cause an increased loss of sodium, chloride, …
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In the season finale for the spring 2023/24 semester, VanAndel ambushes the students with a surprise pod recording on the last day of class. Eleven students, eight microphones, a million weird audio blips. Episode highlights include: Highway battles, the weirdest place in town to get a burger, multiple stories disorder, and…
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In this episode, we discuss principles for medication use in the geriatric patient population and summarize the updated 2023 American Geriatrics Society Beers Criteria for Potentially Inappropriate Medication Use in Older Adults. Key Concepts The Beer’s Criteria was originally developed by Dr. Mark Beers in 1991 to identify medications in which the…
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Another one where Prof. VanAndel was absent, and Lucas, Erik, Matt, and Bryce took command to discuss conflict and its role in brand storytelling. == These recordings are made possible by the Engaged Learning team at Franklin College, which includes the offices of career and professional development, global education, the Center for Tech Innovation…
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Nya, Matt, Mitch, and John join for a conversation about brand characters. And not characters like Flo or Ronald McDonald or Purdue Pete, but the personalities and characteristics of the brands themselves. Do we find ourselves in some hot water? Do we make sweeping generalizations about Tesla owners? Do the students regret the last eight to ten min…
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It's a sweet double feature this week as Nic and Asher sit down with Christina Fletcher of home goods and creative shop Possibilities and Whitney Ackerson of Norma Jean's Pastries, both located in Franklin, Indiana. Find Norma Jean's here: https://www.google.com/maps/place/Norma+Jean's+Pastries/ Explore Possibilities here: https://shoppossibilities…
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Mitch, Erik, Avery, and Bryce to talk about stories behind clothes, food, and deodorant — and fight it out over which one is the best. I'm just here for the fries. Props to Mitch to grabbing the wheel in VanAndel's absence. == These recordings are made possible by the Engaged Learning team at Franklin College, which includes the offices of career a…
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Brayden and Jordan sit down with Johnny Rees of Rees Restoration to talk about the hustle of starting a new business in the trades. Learn more about Rees Restoration here: https://www.reesrestorationindy.net/ == These recordings are made possible by the Engaged Learning team at Franklin College, which includes the offices of career and professional…
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Erik, John, Sergio, and Lucas talk about icons and what they love (or don't love) about them. == These recordings are made possible by the Engaged Learning team at Franklin College, which includes the offices of career and professional development, global education, the Center for Tech Innovation, and the Kite Shop, our little entrepreneurship prog…
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This week's guest is found on the literal Main Street — happens to be Jefferson Street here in Franklin; lots of Founding Father names around here — in an antique shop next to a retired train station. Julie Stewart of Salvage Sisters Antique Market is a local establishment unto herself, and Riley and Zach dive into her story with all its twists and…
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In this episode, we discuss artificial intelligence large language models (LLMs) and how these will impact the future of the practice of pharmacy. Key Concepts Generative AI with large language models (LLMs) have already changed how healthcare is delivered to patients. In the future, these changes will be more substantial and require pharmacists an…
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Episode two is a tour de force of the entrepreneurial spirit with Rye Von of Art Haus Balloon Company, with more "Wait, what!?" moments than I could keep track of. Join students Trey and Joshua as they help weave together the story of the founder who went to a trade convention and quit her job on the spot to try something new. Learn more about Art …
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We couldn't have asked for a better first episode than this one where Amirah, Kearsley, and Jacqueline talk with Kari Kermode, Kearsley's mom and founder and owner of Style Dance Academy in Franklin, Indiana. Learn more about Style Dance Academy here: http://www.styledanceacademy.com/ Kearsley's involvement with the family business has been written…
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In this episode, we review the pharmacology, indications, adverse effects, monitoring, and unique drug characteristics of HMG CoA reductase inhibitors (“statins”). Key Concepts Statins reduce LDL cholesterol by 20-60% (depending on the dose and statin potency). They have modest favorable effects on HDL and triglycerides. Clinically, statins reduce …
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Welcome to a new pod series from Franklin College: A small, private, liberal arts school in the heart of America’s heartland, in this in-between world of being just 20 minutes from Indianapolis, one of the country’s 25 largest cities, and what you may lovingly refer to as the middle of nowhere. Franklin is the second-largest town or city in Indiana…
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In this recurring episode, we discuss the important updates from the 2024 American Diabetes Association Guidelines! Key Concepts Tirzepatide is now recommended as one of the weight loss pharmacotherapy options along with semaglutide in patients with diabetes. The language for its use in comparison to insulin therapy has been updated similar to GLP-…
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In this episode, John, Avery, Erik, and Tristan join to talk about buyer personas, and products from Gymshark and Zyn, as well as the idea of products in the barbecue grill and e-bike categories. (As well as the potential downsides of keeping a giant lithium battery in your dorm room.)Av Franklin College's Department of Economics, Business, and Accounting
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In the first episode of the podcast with Franklin College's Contemporary Marketing class, Avery, John, Mitch, and Tristan sit down to talk about how brands have entered competitive markets — and how new brands could or should think about doing so in the future.Av Franklin College's Department of Economics, Business, and Accounting
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In this episode, we speak with Janeen Winnike, the Associate Dean for Student Affairs at Rosalind Franklin and a co-course director for the Pharmacy Law course at the university. We review some of the key points regarding federal and Illinois pharmacy law – a must-listen especially for graduates preparing for their MPJE exam after graduation! Key C…
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In this episode, we review evidence-based guidelines for the emergency reversal of warfarin, dabigatran, and the oral Xa inhibitors (apixaban, edoxaban, and rivaroxaban). Key Concepts Reversal of anticoagulation is indicated in patients with major hemorrhage or when emergency surgery is necessary. Reversal of warfarin (Coumadin®) involves a fast-ac…
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In this two part episode, we review some of the most important clinical pearls in the pharmacotherapy and practice aspects of hormonal contraceptives with a brief focus on the very first FDA approved OTC hormonal contraceptive product (Opill). Key Concepts (Part 2) Missed dose instructions are particularly important with progestin only pills (POPs)…
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In this two part episode, we review some of the most important clinical pearls in the pharmacotherapy and practice aspects of hormonal contraceptives with a brief focus on the very first FDA approved OTC hormonal contraceptive product (Opill). Key Concepts (Part 1) The effectiveness of contraceptives varies based on “ideal use” (e.g. in a clinical …
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In this episode, we interview Scott Glosner, PharmD, MPH, BCPS about his extensive experience working at Pfizer in medical outcomes and as a field medical director. Dr. Glosner will share his career journey from a clinical pharmacist transitioning into the pharmaceutical industry in the late 1990s and what current pharmacists and students should kn…
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In this episode, we will discuss the definition of REMS (Risk Evaluation and Mitigation Strategies), why they exist, the role of FDA in administering REMS, types and examples of REMS, and how they impact pharmacy practice. Key Concepts The REMS (Risk Evaluation and Mitigation Strategies) program was developed in 2007 as part of the FDA’s drug risk …
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In this episode, we review the role and indications of thrombolytics in acute ischemic stroke. The efficacy, safety, administration considerations, and cost between alteplase and tenecteplase are compared and contrasted. Key Concepts Alteplase (Activase) is a recombinant DNA version of human TPA (tissue plasminogen activator). Tenecteplase (TNKase)…
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In this episode, we briefly review RSV (respiratory syncytial virus) infections and focus on new data supporting the use of two different RSV vaccines (Abrysvo and Arvexy) in preventing RSV infections in older adults and in pregnant women. Key Concepts RSV is a contagious respiratory virus that is usually mild and self-limiting in most patients but…
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In this episode, together with our faculty colleague, Dr. Roberta Dume, PharmD, BCPP, we discuss the pharmacologic options and evidence for the treatment of opioid use disorder (OUD) and how pharmacists play a vital role in assisting patients suffering from opioid use disorder. Key Concepts The treatment for OUD should be provided by either the tre…
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In this episode, we announce the second iteration of the HelixTalk Drug Superlative Awards -- awards given to medications on the market that are outstanding or notorious. In announcing these completely fictitious awards, we review key clinical pearls and pitfalls that every clinician should be aware of with these notable medications. Key Concepts T…
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There has been a lot of news about abortion (abortifacient) medications recently. Since the overturn of Roe v. Wade in 2022, individual states passed their own laws restricting access to abortion, this includes access to abortion medications. This clearly impacts the way pharmacists practice. In this episode, we summarize the science behind the two…
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In this episode, we review the science behind genetic differences in humans in the CYP2D6 hepatic enzyme responsible for drug metabolism and how these genetic variants can lead to certain drugs being metabolized far too much or far too little, which can cause drug toxicities or a lack of effectiveness. Key Concepts About 20-25% of drugs on the mark…
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