There have been revolutionary advances in the healthcare sector over the past decades. Better understanding of the various mechanisms causing diseases has led to the improvement of the ability to diagnose, treat, and prevent common afflictions. The innovations that underlie this progress continue advancing and accelerating change as medical interventions and new technologies offer new options for care as well as treatment.
Robe Lowe’s “Informed” series highlights a range of issues in the US society. One of the episodes shows progress in evidence-based care and solutions.
Evidence-based medicine or care started in response to the limitations or challenges in both the understanding and the use of published evidence. Initially, the focus of evidence-based care was to educate clinicians to understand and effectively use published evidence to optimize clinical care. Part of the understanding involved the science of systematic reviews. As evidence-based medicine progressed, there was recognition of the limitations of using evidence alone. For this reason, there was need to emphasize on combining critical appraisals of the available evidence with the preferences and values of the patients through shared decision-making.
Evidence-based care has also progressed to incorporate and further develop the science of producing guidelines of clinical practice that are trustworthy. Some of the contributions of evidence-based care include using solid scientific interventions in the practice of medicine, recognizing the role of the patients’ preferences and values in clinical decision-making, and developing more sophisticated evidence hierarchies.
Back from London, the production crew for “Informed” gathered footage for an upcoming segment featuring the paradigm shift in public transportation and why more and more people are abandoning their vehicles for more eco-friendly transportation. The piece will be hosted by Emmy Award Winner, Rob Lowe, and will debut to PTV and PBS Member stations later this month.
Once in a while, many Americans go for a luxury travel adventure. Award-winning actor Rob Lowe will host a new episode of the series “Informed” on travel luxury adventures. Luxury travel adventures have become common in recent times.
With the pressures of life, many people take vacations and go on adventures to take a break from the hassles of the normal daily life. Travel agencies and businesses have luxury travel adventure packages that they offer to customers. Some people travel individually, as a couple and others in groups. Tune in to “Informed” with Rob Lowe to engage and learn about luxury travel adventures. You’ll also get a chance to ask any questions on luxury travel adventures.
Rob Lowe works with professional experts to provide educational content regarding various industries to public television. All episodes of “Informed” meet the standards for public television distribution and viewing. The show has received high ratings from viewers many admitting to being more informed after they started watching “Informed”.
The production crew is arriving back in the studio today after gathering footage for an upcoming “Informed” segment on the capital of England, and why you should travel to London. The segment will be hosted by Emmy Award Winner, Rob Lowe and will air to PBS Member stations in the Fall.
Waste not, want not. That is the topic of this week’s segment featured on “Informed” hosted by Emmy Award Winner, Rob Lowe. The show will document unique and strategic ways that producers are turning trash into treasure for consumers by recycling old goods and upcycling them with an aesthetic twist. The segment will be distributed to PBS Member stations this Winter.
The Curse of Tippecanoe is a phrase that is used to describe the in office death of a US president elected in years divisible by twenty, starting in 1840. The “curse” is said to have originated after the Battle of Tippecanoe when the Native American leader, Tenskwatawa, cursed all future presidents elected in office the same year as William Henry Harrison. The “curse” was first widely noted in a “Ripley’s Believe It or Not!” book published in 1931. All presidents elected into office in a year ending in zero up until Ronald Reagan did in fact die during their first or second term. This fact is what gained the phrase popularity. Since the assassination of John F. Kennedy in 1963 no president has died whilst in office.
Tune into this episode from “Informed”, an educational series distributed to Public Television PBS Member stations, for insight into this little known piece of American history.
Cable-stayed bridges are of a unique design that are the ideal structures for crossings in which a regular cantilever bridge is not long enough and a suspension bridge is not feasible for one reason or another. A cable-stayed bridge is a great alternative to a suspension bridge at a crossing where the soil on either side is not strong enough to support the main cables, or the cost of the excessive amount of cables to get across the gap would far outweigh that of the cable-stayed. Crossings that are too large would mean that a cantilever bridge would become heavy to the point that the roadway would be compromised and the cost of materials would be too great. Cable-stayed bridges also offer engineers and architects a chance to create a bridge that is not only functional, but aesthetically pleasing. This episode will include interviews with engineers and architects to find out what goes into making a bridge like this a reality and this pro’s and cons to this type of construction.
Stay tuned in the coming weeks for the premier of this latest episode from the “Informed” series, with your host Rob Lowe. “Informed” is produced and provided for Public Television PBS Member stations.
Informed, hosted by Rob Lowe, has recently begun development on educational programming for kids. The series, distributed to PBS member stations throughout the U.S., will be informative as well as entertaining to keep kids engaged in learning. PBS has recently launch a kids only streaming stick which will make viewing even more fun.
Voice Recognition software is a ground-breaking software that enables anyone to enter text into a word processing program through the spoken word. Voice recognition software enables the user to type without ever having to actually touch the keyboard. Individuals who are blind now have the ability to communicate via text without having to worry about seeing the screen.
Voice recognition software started out rather primitive but has evolved into a system that can translate hundreds of languages. Modern voice recognition software has no problem translating hundreds of thousands of spoken words into text in real time. This software is perfect for those that suffer from diminished eyesight, carpal tunnel, or simply need to multi task as they create the document.
Voice recognition technology does much more than simply translate text; it can also open apps, send e-mails, as well as a myriad of other functions on the computer. Be sure to tune into this episode of “Informed”, hosted by Rob Lowe, a production distributed to Public Television PBS Member stations if you’re someone who has a need for voice recognition technology.
Big screen actor Rob Lowe, host of the educational series “Informed”, will be taking viewers into the world of Marine Biology in the series’ latest episode. This episode will dive into the many facets of Marine Biology including the impact modern human civilization is having on the creatures of the sea and the diminishing food supply the oceans can offer us. This episode will be distributed to Public Television PBS Member stations.