Best Familyphysician podcasts we could find (Updated February 2019)
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Join GP Dr Sam Manger and special guests from around the World discussing the latest in evidence-based medicine and more. This podcast is designed-with-love for medical doctors, scientists, researchers, allied health, nurses, students and anybody else interested in health, science and medicine. Contact (questions, topic requests, guest requests, constructive feedback welcome) - sam@lifestylemedicine.org.au
 
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Dr April Armstrong is a UWA graduate of Medicine and works in General Practice in Western Australia. She is passionate about the business of medicine and is the founder of the Business for Doctors concept and social media group. April was awarded the WA Telstra Business Woman of the Year 2015 in the start-up category and her rural practice, Col ...…
 
Dr Darren Morton's keen interest in optimising human functioning led him to complete a Masters and PhD degree in Human Physiology. To date, he is the author of three books and over 50 publications in scientific and medical journals. He is a lead researcher in the Lifestyle Research Centre at Avondale, where he supervises several PhD students an ...…
 
Dr Marlene Pearce is a GP, medical writer, podcaster, GP Liaison Officer, Medical Administrator completing her Masters of Health Administration and all round entrepreneurial awesome-type. Today we cover options, tips and advice for those thinking of expanding their medical and health careers outside of their clinical roles. This can be rewardin ...…
 
Dr Ania Hargrove is a consultant paediatrician with a special interest in children's allergies. Her practice includes managing eczema, food allergies, hay-fever and asthma. As always we could have spoken for 3 hours... easily! Today we discuss: - Physiological vs pathological gastroesophageal reflux - Cows milk protein allergy - Other food prot ...…
 
This episode is a bit different... Today I am being interviewed by GP, blogger and podcaster Dr Edwin Kruys. Edwin has a great vision of building bridges between different health professions to the betterment of us all, and I commend this path. You can find his blog and podcast at: https://doctorsbag.net/ https://bridgebuilders.vision/podcast/ ...…
 
“Back pain is a functional problem. How can surgery fix a functional problem? It's like asking a mechanic to fix a car that is being driven by a bad driver. One is structural, the other is functional.” – Dr David Johnson Dr David Johnson is a brain and spinal neurosurgeon now practicing at St Andrew’s War Memorial Hospital. He has had a pioneer ...…
 
Dr David L. Katz, MD, MPH, FACPM, FACP, FACLM is the founding director (1998) of Yale University’s Yale-Griffin Prevention Research Center, Past-President of the American College of Lifestyle Medicine, and Founder/President of the True Health Initiative. Katz earned his BA degree from Dartmouth College (1984); his MD from the Albert Einstein Co ...…
 
Kim Poyner is a practice nurse, health coach and previously an ICU nurse. She is the Founder of MediCoach, winner of the 2015 APNA Best Practice Award in Nursing for Chronic Disease Management, and presenter of Care Co-ordination, Care Planning and Coaching in General Practice. Kim has been invited to work with the World Health Organisation on ...…
 
Dr Jason Kaplan BSc(Med) MBBS(Hons) FRACP FCSANZ FACC is a specialist adult cardiologist and physician with a strong interest in sports and preventative cardiology. Prior to training in cardiology, Dr Kaplan completed additional advanced training in medical oncology and pharmacology. His training in these areas allows Dr Kaplan to adopt a more ...…
 
A/Professor Martin Healey is the Gynaecology Unit Head at the Royal Women’s Hospital and Clinical Associate Professor in the Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology at the University of Melbourne. He also works privately in O&G and infertility/IVF. Today we discuss Endometriosis, including: Prevalence, natural history, potential causes, sympto ...…
 
Dr Tom Dover is a Endocrinologist and Obstetric Physician in both the public and private sector whilst also doing outreach to Indigenous communities. Impressively he is also a dietitian and an exercise physiologist (what a dude...). He practices what he preaches and is a marathon runner having run 20 marathons around the world including in Nort ...…
 
Justin Coleman GP MPH is a man of many talents. He is a GP who works in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health in Brisbane and is a writer who looks sceptically at health interventions where the evidence suggests they might not actually be worthwhile. This is part of his broader interest in the public health concept of equity – fair acces ...…
 
Robin is a physician and anaesthetic specialist in New Zealand, internationally renowned for his leadership promoting compassion in healthcare. He is the CoFounder of ‘Hearts in Healthcare’, a global social movement for health professionals, students, patient activists, health managers and all those passionate about rehumanising healthcare. Rob ...…
 
Professor George Jelinek is Professor and Founder of the Neuroepidemiology Unit (NEU) within the Melbourne School of Population and Global Health at The University of Melbourne. The NEU’s charter is to investigate the modifiable lifestyle risk factors that predict the progression of MS with a view to refining a preventive medicine approach to m ...…
 
Professor Jane Burns is Professor of Innovation and Industry at the University of Sydney. In 2010 she raised $35 million as the founder and CEO of Young and Well CooperativeResearchCentre an organisation that over its five years drove industry focused research and development to explore the role of new and emerging technology in improving wellb ...…
 
Professor Susan Davis is a National Health and Medical Research Council of Australia Senior Principal Research Fellow, Professor of Women's Health in the School of Public Health and Preventive Medicine, Monash University, Consultant Endocrinologist, President of the International Menopause Society, co-founder of the Jean Hailes Foundation and p ...…
 
A/Professor Grant is a Biochemical Pharmacologist in the School of Medical Sciences University of NSW, Clinical Associate Professor at the Sydney Adventist Hospital Clinical School, University of Sydney and Head of the Australasian Research Institute. A/Professor Grant’s research focusses on characterizing, at the molecular level, how lifestyle ...…
 
Dr Pamela Douglas MBBS FRACGP IBCLC PhD is the Medical Director @ Possums Education, www.possumsonline.com, Adjunct Associate Professor of Maternity Newborn and Families Research Collaborative MHIQ @ Griffith University and Senior Lecturer in the Discipline of General Practice @ The University of Queensland. www.pameladouglas.com.au Today we di ...…
 
Professor Helena Teede MBBS, PhD, FRACP, FAAHMS is an Endocrinologist at Monash Health, Professor of women's health at Monash Public Health and Medicine, Monash University and the Lead Author of the 2018 "Evidence-based Guideline for the assessment and management of polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS)". She is also Director at the National Health ...…
 
Therrie Rosenvald is a psychologist and author of a book called Fight Your Dark Shadow, which has been endorsed by Beyond Blue. More information can be found at depressionmanaged.com CBT is one of the most evidence based therapies for depression and anxiety. We discuss the basis of CBT, the cognitive triad, core beliefs, cognitive distortions, ...…
 
Dr Louise Welch is a Palliative Care Physician. We discuss the role of GPs and the Palliative Care team in the end of life, conversations around dying, common bio-psycho-social symptoms and concerns and their brief management, training to be a palliative care doctor and good resources. Enjoy friends.…
 
Dr Ken Maguire is a Rheumatologist FRACP, Fellow of the Australian Sports Medicine Federation and Fellow of the Australian College of Sports Physicians. Today we cover a lot of ground, but as always - there is a lot more to cover! - Presenting features of RA - Causes - Brief review of workup and differentials (please note - not a complete list ...…
 
Alexandra Barratt (MBBS, MPH, PhD) is a Professor of Public Health in the School of Public Health University of Sydney. She has a background in epidemiological research spanning clinical epidemiology and public health epidemiology. She is recognised internationally for her research to quantify the benefits and harms (including overdiagnosis) of ...…
 
Dr David McIntosh, MBBS, FRACS, PhD, is a Ear Nose Throat Surgeon with a special interest in sleep disorders and airway obstruction. He is also author of a book called "Snored to Death". We had a great conversation about sleep and airway obstruction in kids, adults and pregnant women covering;causes of airway obstruction, impacts on cognition/b ...…
 
Jessi Bruns is a Child and Family Dietitian with a special interest in working with children with feeding difficulties and food aversions. Today we have a yarn about general principles in picky eaters including food aversions, removing stigma around food, overweight children, language, environment and tips around food, and further resources. En ...…
 
Dr. Jeremy Howick BA, MSc, PhD is a Senior Researcher at the University of Oxford. He has over 75 academic publications and is the author of a new book called 'Doctor You'. He is also Director of the Oxford Empathy Programme at the University of Oxford. He was recently awarded the British Medical Association Dawkins and Strutt award to pursue r ...…
 
Dr Scott Masters is a GP and Head of the RACGP Musculoskeletal Special Interest Group. We have a yarn about many topics revolving around MSK conditions, with a general focus on back pain, including: 1. Role of examination 2. Role of imaging 3. Role of injections 4. Role of surgery 5. Red flags Enjoy friends…
 
Associate Professor Wendy Lipworth and Professor Ian Kerridge are based at the Sydney Health Ethics at the University of Sydney. I first came across Wendy's important work thanks to her contributions to The Conversation. Today we discuss: Are doctors influenced by drug reps? What is the gift relationship phenomenon? Financial conflicts of inter ...…
 
Dr Michael Tam is a GP, Senior Lecturer at The University of Sydney, Discipline of General Practice and Founder of "Morsels of Evidence - EBM for GPs" at evidencebasedmedicine.com.au Today we get into some pearls and common errors in EBM. - How to analyse new information for use in GP - What online resources are good for EBM searching - Assessi ...…
 
Dianne Cross is a Senior Operations Officer with Queensland Ambulance Service. She is an intensive care paramedic and currently on the PHN clinical council of the Central QLD and Sunshine Coast. She headed the initial "Spot On" initiative which aims to deliver patient cases to GPs and their "medical homes" to avoid unnecessary hospital transfer ...…
 
I am doing this episode and the past OSCE exam prep podcast because so many people have asked me to do it. Not just registrars but also supervisors who perhaps have not done the exam themselves and want to know how to help their Regs. I was reluctant for a while because I didn’t want to give people wrong advice so for this reason I have sifted ...…
 
Professor Tony Atwood is considered a world expert on Asperger's Syndrome. He is a clinical psychologist with honours, masters and a PhD from University College London. He is also Adjunct Professor at Griffith University and author of many excellent books on this topic. We discuss: - Features of Asperger's Syndrome - How to work with carers, fr ...…
 
Associate Professor Peta-Ann Teague is a GP, A/Prof at the School of Medicine and Dentistry at James Cook University and Director of Generalist Medical Training. We discuss cognitive bias, the importance in being aware of these so we can develop our professional selves, their role in clinical practice, the differing categories and how we can ma ...…
 
This episode is only relevant really to RACGP registrars and their respective supervisors who are teaching them so sorry to everyone else! But it is a source of significant anxiety (and requests to me to do an episode on) so I have covered it. I shall cover the RACGP criteria of an excellent candidate (public info), the common mistakes I see re ...…
 
Finally I am doing a specific child health topic after multiple attempts! Today I am joined by Dr Anthony Morosini Paediatrician in both the public and private sector. He has an interest in evaluating growth so we had a nice discussion about some of the general principles, history, examination, investigations, management and variants of patholo ...…
 
Today I am joined for an online chat by GP and medicolegal advisor for MDO Avant Dr Peter Walker. Areas we discuss include: What are the most common reasons for doctors seeking medicolegal advice? What are the common reasons patients and colleagues complain? What is the “complaint” process and possible outcomes? How can you reduce your medicole ...…
 
Just me today. Ironically I have to postpone an interview with a paediatrician due to my son being sick. So instead I am covering some of the topics people have asked me about including acne management and because I love a bit of medical history, I am talking about the interesting history of anaesthesia. Finally I was stimulated by a recent RAC ...…
 
Surrounded by the familiar beeps and glow of the hospital surgical theatres I had a thoroughly enjoyable chat with scrubs-donned Dr Johan Van Den Bogaerde Gastroenterologist and researcher. We discuss probiotics and the various relevant themes around them. Topics we discuss include: - What are probiotics and some important principles - How do t ...…
 
Dr Genevieve Yates is a medical educator, a GP and a writer. Currently she is the RACGP Queensland Censor, RACGP Expert Committee member (Pre-Fellowship Education) and senior examiner, a performance assessor for AHPRA and a member of MDA National’s Education Services Advisory Group (ESAG). She also works as an educator/ facilitator for MDA Nati ...…
 
In this episode we discuss non-alcoholic fatty liver disease or NAFLD with Dr Jon Mitchell, Hepatologist and Head of Gastroenterology at the Sunshine Coast University Hospital. We discuss: - What is NAFLD? - What is the prevalence? - How is it caused? - What is the spectrum and complications of NAFLD? - What investigations are useful? - What is ...…
 
It was a pleasure to have on the show Dr Paul Grinzi who is a GP in Victoria. He juggles a few roles, balancing his clinical work in both rural and urban GP clinics with part-time medical education work. He's recent past chair of the RACGP Vic Drug & Alcohol committee and the key educator for the Victorian Government's 'Medication Assisted Trea ...…
 
Today we review considerations in acute vision loss with our friendly ophthalmologist Dr Russell Phillips. He was the previous Head of retinal surgery at Flinders Hospital and frequent lecturer at Flinders Medical School. I feel I must apologise for my ignorance in some areas in this episode and make it clear that it does not reflect the high l ...…
 
Today we talk to Associate Professor Craig Hassed. Craig is a GP, a Senior Lecturer at the Monash University Department of General Practice, and Co-ordinator of the mindfulness program at Monash University. He is also the writer of 12 books, researcher and international speaker in this field. There are many pearls of wisdom in this episode that ...…
 
Today I am joined for an online discussion with A/Professor Megan Munsie PhD. Megan is the Deputy Director for the Centre for Stem Cell Systems at The University of Melbourne and the Head of the Education, Ethics, Law & Community Awareness Unit at Stem Cells Australia www.stemcellsaustralia.edu.au Stem cell therapy is something I am being asked ...…
 
Today I am joined by Dr Johanna Lynch, GP, completing a PhD in primary care mental health assessment, post graduate training in grief and loss and a special interest in trauma and attachment. At least 1 in 8 consults in GP is related to mental health and this is increasing. According to the World Health Organization, unipolar depressive disorde ...…
 
Today I am joined by A/Professor David Colquhoun, Cardiologist, Lipidologist, President of the QLD Heart Foundation, Co-President of the Clinical and Preventative Council of the Cardiac Society of Australia and New Zealand, and Senior Lecturer at the University of Queensland School of Medicine. He has dedicated his life to reducing cardiovascul ...…
 
Today I am joined by A/Professor David Colquhoun, Cardiologist, Lipidologist, President of the QLD Heart Foundation, Co-President of the Clinical and Preventative Council of the Cardiac Society of Australia and New Zealand, and Senior Lecturer at the University of Queensland School of Medicine. He has dedicated his life to reducing cardiovascul ...…
 
Today I am joined by exercise physiologist Tim Douge to discuss what role EPs play in disease management and prevention and how GPs and allied health can work more closely to benefit patients.
 
Had some good laughs with GP, former Headspace worker and all round top bloke Dr Chris Ganora. I was way too ambitious with the list of areas I wanted to cover as youth mental health is wide ranging and deep in content. So this is really more a "concept" overview and we shall have to revisit this area - many many times! We cover building trust ...…
 
Non-invasive prenatal testing is becoming more common and cost effective. It detects more than 99% of fetuses with Trisomy 21, and more than 95% of fetuses with Trisomy 18, Trisomy 13 or abnormalities of sex chromosomes. These are much better detection rates than we observe with conventional first trimester screening for these trisomies (85% fo ...…
 
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