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The BMJ is an international peer reviewed medical journal and a fully “online first” publication. The BMJ’s vision is to be the world’s most influential and widely read medical journal. Our mission is to lead the debate on health and to engage, inform, and stimulate doctors, researchers, and other health professionals in ways that will improve outcomes for patients. We aim to help doctors to make better decisions.
 
BMJ Innovations is a peer reviewed online journal that publishes basic, clinical, translational, and epidemiological studies of all aspects of medical innovations. The journal champions research that offers new, cost-effective medical devices, technologies, processes and systems that improve patient care. It aims to promote innovations that make healthcare accessible and affordable, creating a community that aspires to make the world a healthier place. A collaboration between BMJ and the All ...
 
Medical Humanities is a leading international journal that reflects the whole field of medical humanities. Medical Humanities aims to encourage a high academic standard for this evolving and developing subject and to enhance professional and public discussion. It features original articles relevant to the delivery of healthcare, the formulation of public health policy, the experience of being ill and of caring for those who are ill, as well as case conferences, educational case studies, book ...
 
ESMO Open is the European Society for Medical Oncology’s online-only, peer-reviewed Open Access journal, dedicated to publishing high-quality medical research and educational content from all disciplines of oncology, with a focus on innovative clinical and translational cancer research. The journal is published by BMJ on behalf of ESMO. http://esmoopen.bmj.com/ * The purpose of this podcast is to educate and to inform. The content of this podcast does not constitute medical advice and it is ...
 
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The infrastructure of Afghanistan healthcare is under threat, as international agencies who run clinics withdraw from the country. At the same time, some of the healthcare workforce are leaving the country, while those who remain face the prospect of their wages drying up as the economy of the country collapses.But there remain people dedicated to …
 
The infrastructure of Afghanistan healthcare is under threat, as international agencies who run clinics withdraw from the country. At the same time, some of the healthcare workforce are leaving the country, while those who remain face the prospect of their wages drying up as the economy of the country collapses. But there remain people dedicated to…
 
Today, Brooke Patterson hosts Annie Strauch and Catherine Etty-Leal, both experienced Australian physiotherapists with a Masters in Sports Physio and Musculoskeletal Physio. Annie’s passion for performance physiotherapy started in London’s West End where she managed performers in over 30 productions. After that, Performance Medicine (https://perfor…
 
This podcast is focused on the paper "Anorexia nervosa and the gastrointestinal tract”, published online in Frontline Gastroenterology in August 2021.Dr Philip Smith, Social Media and Associate Editor of FG and Consultant Gastroenterologist at the Royal Liverpool Hospital interviews Dr Wisam Jafar, Consultant Gastroenterologist and Nutrition Lead a…
 
In this podcast we discuss the reported impact of HIV infection on people who are hospitalised with COVID-19, by reviewing three publications: 1. Outcomes of COVID-19 Related Hospitalization Among People With HIV in the ISARIC WHO Clinical Characterization Protocol: A Prospective Observational Study. Clinical Infectious Diseases, 23 October 2020 (h…
 
In this episode of the IJGC podcast, Editor-in-Chief Dr. Pedro Ramirez, is joined by Dr. Andreas Obermair to discuss the ENDO3 Trial. Dr. Obermair is a gynaecological oncologist in Brisbane, Australia, promoting surgery with proven better patient outcomes. Highlights•ENDO3 exemplifies the need to question current standard clinical practice if this …
 
As the scientific community in the UK still debates whether to vaccinate kids under 16, that leaves us as an outlier to the rest of the world where parents are being encouraged to seek the vaccination of the children.In this episode Tom, Jenny and Navjoyt discuss the questions that they're getting in their surgeries, and get some advice on how pare…
 
As the scientific community in the UK still debates whether to vaccinate kids under 16, that leaves us as an outlier to the rest of the world where parents are being encouraged to seek the vaccination of the children.In this episode Tom, Jenny and Navjoyt discuss the questions that they're getting in their surgeries, and get some advice on how pare…
 
The final evacuation planes have left Kabul airport, and Afghanistan’s government have ceded power to the Taliban. Amongst the international community, worries about what that transition of power means for the people of Afghanistan have centred around the rights of women, access to education for the whole population, and the continuing prosperity o…
 
The final evacuation planes have left Kabul airport, and Afghanistan’s government have ceded power to the Taliban. Amongst the international community, worries about what that transition of power means for the people of Afghanistan have centred around the rights of women, access to education for the whole population, and the continuing prosperity o…
 
The final evacuation planes have left Kabul airport, and Afghanistan’s government have ceded power to the Taliban. Amongst the international community, worries about what that transition of power means for the people of Afghanistan have centred around the rights of women, access to education for the whole population, and the continuing prosperity o…
 
In this podcast, we'll explore how eating a ‘blue’ muffin is an inexpensive and scalable technique allowing the measurement of transit time. The method was used to assess the relationship between gut transit time and the human gut microbiome, in a study published in paper copy in Gut, in September 2021."Blue poo: impact of gut transit time on the g…
 
The highlights of this edition brought to you by the Editor-in-Chief of Frontline Gastroenterology Mark Beattie.Read the UpFront of the September 2021 issue of Frontline Gastroenterology: https://fg.bmj.com/content/12/5/359The full issue is now online: https://fg.bmj.com/content/12/5Listen to our regular podcasts and subscribe in Apple Podcasts, Go…
 
In this episode of the IJGC podcast, Editor-in-Chief Dr. Pedro Ramirez, is joined by Professor Christina Fotopoulou to discuss the ESGO Guidelines on Perioperative Management Ovarian Cancer. Professor Fotopoulou is the lead author of “European Society of Gynaecological Oncology guidelines for the peri-operative management of patients with ovarian c…
 
In this month's Talk Evidence, Helen Macdonald and Joe Ross are back with a wry look at the world of Evidence Based Medicine.They give us a round up of real world data emerging to address various uncertainties about vaccinations against covidHelen has an update on NHS Digital’s project to extract GP coding for planning of healthcare and research, a…
 
In this month's Talk Evidence, Helen Macdonald and Joe Ross are back with a wry look at the world of Evidence Based Medicine.They give us a round up of real world data emerging to address various uncertainties about vaccinations against covidHelen has an update on NHS Digital’s project to extract GP coding for planning of healthcare and research, a…
 
In this month's Talk Evidence, Helen Macdonald and Joe Ross are back with a wry look at the world of Evidence Based Medicine.They give us a round up of real world data emerging to address various uncertainties about vaccinations against covidHelen has an update on NHS Digital’s project to extract GP coding for planning of healthcare and research, a…
 
In this month's Talk Evidence, Helen Macdonald and Joe Ross are back with a wry look at the world of Evidence Based Medicine.They give us a round up of real world data emerging to address various uncertainties about vaccinations against covidHelen has an update on NHS Digital’s project to extract GP coding for planning of healthcare and research, a…
 
Dr. Busey is the first elected Chair of the Council of Diversity and Inclusion at Texas Tech University of Health Sciences El Paso. Dr. Busey joined Texas Tech in 2018 after serving for the US Army as an Officer in Charge, Medical Director, Transitional Year Assistant Program Director, and Patient Center Medical Home Champion for Fort Bliss, TX. He…
 
This podcast features Clare Barker, Associate Professor in English Literature, University of Leeds, and guest editor of our Medical Humanities June Special Issue for 2021: Global Genetic Fictions.Read more on the Medical Humanities website: https://mh.bmj.com/content/47/2Read the transcript of this podcast in the Medical Humanities blog (https://bl…
 
In the style of a “choose your own adventure”, our guest this month, Dr Judy Fleiter, takes us on a journey through the decision points in her career. Not afraid to step through small gaps to see what lies beyond, Dr Fleiter walks now on the world stage. As a key player at the Second Decade of Action for Road Safety 2021-2030, she is an outstanding…
 
This podcast features Clare Barker, Associate Professor in English Literature, University of Leeds, and guest editor of our Medical Humanities June Special Issue for 2021: Global Genetic Fictions.Read more on the Medical Humanities website: https://mh.bmj.com/content/47/2 Read the transcript of this podcast here:…
 
In this episode of the Heart podcast, Digital Media Editor, Dr James Rudd, is joined by Dr Clare Taylor from the University of Oxford. They discuss the high risk of events associated with an elevated BNP and how pathways to the diagnosis of heart failure might be improved.If you enjoy the show, please subscribe to the podcast to get episodes automa…
 
Duane Peters from the Lupus Foundation of America interviews the Lupus Science & Medicine Editors-in-Chief, Professor Jill Buyon and Professor Ronald van Vollenhoven. They discuss the recent release of LSM's first Journal Impact Factor™, explaining how it has been calculated, and what it means for the journal, its authors and readers. Access all th…
 
In this episode of the JIM Podcast, Editor-in-Chief Dr. Richard McCallum gives a talk on Gastroparesis Awareness Month based on his extensive history in the field. Dr. McCallum graduated from Queensland Medical School of Brisbane, Australia and has received a number of awards and honors in clinical investigation and gastroenterology in his career. …
 
Mark Goh and Shu-Ling Chong, Duke-NUS Medical School and KK Women's and Children's Hospital, Singapore joins editor Colin Mahoney to discuss their systematic review and meta-analysis spanning 6000 articles dealing with neurocognitive outcomes following traumatic brain injury (TBI) in children. They highlight how dose of TBI impacts executive functi…
 
Have you ever wanted to get your Archimedes answer to a clinical question into our journal and onto this podcast? Did you worry that because it was about a strange device for making balloons blow up by using your nose that we’d laugh it out of the park? Well - you need not have worried - but it’s already been done (see https://adc.bmj.com/content/1…
 
In this episode of the IJGC podcast, Editor-in-Chief Dr. Pedro Ramirez, is joined by Drs. Oliver Zivanovic and Roisin O'Cearbhaill. Dr. Roisin O’Cearbhaill, MD, is a medical oncologist and the Research Director of the Gynecologic Medical Oncology Service and the Clinical Director of the Solid Tumor Program, Cellular Therapy Service at Memorial Sloa…
 
There's a plan from the Royal College of General Practitioners, to stop the profession buckling under the huge pressure applied by the workforce crisis and covid 19.The steps outlined are very practical, but do they really get to the heart of the problem with the way in which primary care is practiced in 2021.In this episode, Tom, Jenny and Navjoyt…
 
There's a plan from the Royal College of General Practitioners, to stop the profession buckling under the huge pressure applied by the workforce crisis and covid 19.The steps outlined are very practical, but do they really get to the heart of the problem with the way in which primary care is practiced in 2021.In this episode, Tom, Jenny and Navjoyt…
 
The Midlands Charter, is a set of principles that hospitals in the midlands region of England have signed up to, to improve the health and wellbeing of trainees working in the area. It was created in a huge collaboration of trainees, NHS England, Health Education England and the GMC. Dan Smith is a junior doctor at Nottingham University Hospitals N…
 
The Midlands Charter, is a set of principles that hospitals in the midlands region of England have signed up to, to improve the health and wellbeing of trainees working in the area. It was created in a huge collaboration of trainees, NHS England, Health Education England and the GMC. Dan Smith is a junior doctor at Nottingham University Hospitals N…
 
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