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Dr. Drew Pinsky, board certified internist and addiction medicine specialist, takes listener calls and talks to experts on a variety of topics relating to health, relationships, sex and drug addiction.
 
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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.
 
The Best Science (BS) Medicine Podcast is a weekly presentation where practitioners can get evidence-based drug therapy content that is practical, entertaining and promotes healthy scepticism. In essence, we are the Medication Mythbusters. We present information that is useful and relevant to physicians, pharmacists, nurses, physician assistants and other health professionals, and that can easily be incorporated into day-to-day practice. The podcast is presented by Dr. James McCormack, Profe ...
 
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Get the latest from the labs, doctors and medical centers at the University of California so you can make the best health care decisions. Visit uctv.tv/health
 
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The Rounds Table
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The Rounds Table is a free weekly medical podcast covering the latest and most important research from major medical journals. It is intended for all practicing healthcare professionals and aims to to help them keep up to date in the care of their patients.
 
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Welcome to Surgery 101, a series of podcasts produced with the help of the University of Alberta in Edmonton, Canada. The podcasts are intended to serve as brief introductions or reviews of surgical topics for medical students. We've aimed to cover a single topic in between 10-20 minutes so that you can quickly get a good idea of the basic concepts involved. Every episode is divided into chapters and concludes with several key points to summarize the topic. We are always keen to receive your ...
 
The Premed Years is an extension of MedicalSchoolHQ.net. Started by Ryan Gray and his wife Allison who are both physicians, it is another means of bringing valuable information to pre med students and medical students. With interviews with deans of medical schools, chats with trusted, valuable advisors and up-to-date news, The Premed Years and MedicalSchoolHQ.net are the goto resources for all things related to the path to medical school. We are here to help you figure out the medical school ...
 
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A cool ID case, a stupid joke and a factoid you can use. What more do you need?
 
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The Medical Collaborative Podcast is a podcast series where we interview medical specialists to find out specifics about their specialty. These specifics include how they came to be in their specialty, what other specialties they considered, what their average day is like, the ups and downs that they experience, their work life balance and their advice for medical students and interns. Whether your interest is cardiology, paediatrics, orthopaedics, GP or other, TMC has you covered.
 
Need medical advice but can't be afford going to the doc? Dr John answers all your weird and wonderful medical questions free of charge with Dunc and Mike on The Rock.
 
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Jonathan Gravel, family medicine resident at the University of Toronto, and Maaike deVries, health service researcher at Health Quality Ontario and PhD candidate at the University of Toronto, host this week’s episode of The Rounds Table. They review two articles: the first on coronary computed tomography angiography (CTA) and the 5-year risk of ...…
 
Adventures of a Pus Whisperer.By knowitallmac@gmail.com (Mark Crislip).
 
Depression in older adults is under-recognized and under-treated. Sidney Zisook, MD shares the warning signs. Series: "Stein Institute for Research on Aging" [Show ID: 34116]
 
Today's episode will be the second of a pediatric cardiovascular surgery podcast series overviewing cyanotic congenital heart defects, brought to you by Luckshi Rajendran, a visiting medical student from the University of British Columbia. The topic of today's podcast is transposition of the great arteries. By the end of the podcast you should ...…
 
Prof. Wendy Parmet is a professor of law and faculty director of the Center for Health Policy and Law at Northeastern University. Stephen Morrissey, the interviewer, is the Managing Editor of the Journal. W.E. Parmet, M.L. Berman, and J.A. Smith. The Supreme Court’s Crisis Pregnancy Center Case - Implications for Health Law. N Engl J Med 2018;3 ...…
 
Featuring articles on aspirin and on n−3 fatty acids in diabetes mellitus; a review article on addiction as a disease or a consequence of learning; a case report of a pregnant woman with newly diagnosed adenocarcinoma; and Perspective articles on the Supreme Court's crisis pregnancy center case, on abortion "reversal", on extensively drug-resis ...…
 
Listen up premeds! I talk about this a lot, but I need to have a dedicated show on this. You have to be yourself in your med school applications and interviews.
 
Adventures of a Pus Whisperer.By knowitallmac@gmail.com (Mark Crislip).
 
Dr. Drew is joined by Amber Rose and they discuss Amber's new podcast, AS WELL AS the philosophy behind her Slut Walk. She describes her rough upbringing in south Philly. Fighting every day was a cultural norm for Amber. She shares with Dr. Drew some of the extraordinary experiences. After some self reflection and psychotherapy, Amber has emerg ...…
 
Unraveling the Complex Treatment Landscape of Prostate Cancer: Guidance for Delivering Evidence-Based, Patient-Centered Care
 
Robert Owens, MD joins host David Granet, MD as they discuss the recommended duration of a healthy sleep. Series: "Health Matters" [Show ID: 34093]
 
Issue Summary September 18, 2018By podcast@acponline.org (American College of Physicians).
 
Host: Shira Johnson, MD Guest: Anne Peters, MD Guest: Donna Miller, MSN, FNP-C, CDE Guest: Jana Conley This activity explores new and emerging treatments for type 1 diabetes, including a dual sodium glucose transporter 1/2 inhibitor, and provides both clinician and patient perspectives on their use.
 
The common cold is usually mild and self limiting - but they’re very annoying, especially the runny nose and bunged up feeling that form the nasal symptoms.A new practice article, published on BMJ.com looks at the available evidence for treatment of those nasal symptoms - both pharmacological and alternative.In this podcast we're joined by...…
 
What can we learn from the shameful story of vaginal mesh? That thousands of women have been irreversibly harmed; that implants were approved on the flimsiest of evidence; that surgeons weren’t adequately trained and patients weren’t properly informed; that the dash for mesh, fuelled by its manufacturers, stopped the development of alternatives;...…
 
Christopher Giuliano, Internal Medicine clinical pharmacist, hosts this week’s episode of The Rounds Table alongside Amber Lanae Martirosov, clinical pharmacist in ambulatory care with a focus on pulmonology. Both guests join us from Wayne State University. In this episode they cover the use of apixaban in patients with atrial fibrillation and ...…
 
Wolfram Alderson, MS, a social impact innovator and expert, discusses how we can remove toxins from our personal ecosystems and our communities. Series: "UCSF Consortium for Obesity Assessment, Study and Treatment" [Show ID: 34091]
 
Closing comments by Elissa Epel, PhD, UCSF, Professor, Director at COAST and SSEW. Series: "UCSF Consortium for Obesity Assessment, Study and Treatment" [Show ID: 34095]
 
Adventures of a Pus Whisperer.By knowitallmac@gmail.com (Mark Crislip).
 
There is very little guidance on withdrawing or tapering opioids in chronic pain (not caused by cancer). People can fear pain, withdrawal symptoms, a lack of social and healthcare support, and they may also distrust non-opioid methods of pain management.This can mean that patients receive repeat opioid prescriptions for extended periods of...…
 
Host: Keith W. Gruebele Guest: Gene Marks Unsure of how to plan ahead financially or how to prepare for unexpected expenses? Covering all this and more with Keith W. Gruebele is Gene Marks. A small business expert and CPA, Marks writes daily for The Washington Post, focusing on issues affecting the business community. He also writes for Forbes, ...…
 
Dale Bredesen, MD, UCSF and UCLA, discusses how environmental toxins may lead to Alzheimers disease. Series: "UCSF Consortium for Obesity Assessment, Study and Treatment" [Show ID: 34090]
 
Depression in older adults is under-recognized and under-treated. Sidney Zisook, MD brings to light the challenges in getting the elderly to seek psychotherapy. Series: "Stein Institute for Research on Aging" [Show ID: 34117]
 
Today’s episode will be the first of a pediatric cardiovascular surgery podcast series overviewing cyanotic congenital heart defects, brought to you by Luckshi Rajendran, a visiting medical student from the University of British Columbia. By the end of the podcast you should be able to: Define truncus arteriosus as a cause of cyanotic heart dis ...…
 
Dr. Peter Bach is director of the Center for Health Policy and Outcomes at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center. Stephen Morrissey, the interviewer, is the Managing Editor of the Journal. P.B. Bach. National Coverage Analysis of CAR-T Therapies - Policy, Evidence, and Payment. N Engl J Med 2018;379:1396-8.…
 
Featuring articles on assessing drug susceptibility in tuberculosis, genetic classification of myeloproliferative neoplasms, renal-replacement therapy in acute kidney injury, treatment of PML with BK virus-specific T cells, and histone methylation in neuroblastoma; a review article on ontologies, phenotypes, and big data; a case report of a man ...…
 
Session 307 Dr. Lee Burnett founded Student Doctor Network or SDN to connect students. Little did he know how big it would get, and how negative the internet would turn. He's hoping to change that. I've been doing this podcast for six years now. I actually started this podcast back in 2012 after I realized that there wasn't good enough positive ...…
 
Monoclonal antibodies (MAbs), guided by molecular studies and personalised medicine are changing the face of clinical medicine. They hold the promise of controlling diseases and improving survival whilst reducing the side effects of some ‘traditional’ therapies. MAbs are being used in conditions familiar to intensivists such as asthma, invasive ...…
 
The incidence of cancer is increasing in line with our ageing population, with a greater number of patients requiring ICU admission for support managing complications of their malignancy, it’s therapy, or conditions unrelated to their underlying cancer. Despite these indications, the presence of a cancer diagnosis has been a common reason for r ...…
 
There have been significant developments in the diagnosis and management of ischaemic stroke. This started with trials showing a benefit for decompressive craniectomy after a malignant hemispheric stroke in patients under 60 undergoing surgery within 48 hours. The evolution of CT and MRI have enabled us to better image not only the ischaemic co ...…
 
People living with HIV in 2018 now have normal life expectancy if receiving Anti-Retroviral Therapy (ART) and often require only one co-formulated pill every day to remain well. However there are still people living with HIV who are unaware of their diagnosis; who may present with a critical illness. Knowing who to test is essential. The popula ...…
 
Blood Pressure (BP) is one of the vital hemodynamic parameters that we often aim to optimize for critically ill patients. Our decisions regarding BP targets, and ensuing use (or avoidance) of vasopressor agents, may directly impact on outcomes for these patients. Despite being a fundamental tenet of critical care, there is a lack of quality evi ...…
 
Recently, several novel glucose-lowering targets have had drugs developed. This has resulted in several new drugs that have been approved for the local market to treat hyperglycaemia in patients with type 2 diabetes. This presentation will attempt to provide: A concise summary of these drugs for an Intensive Care Physician. A pragmatic framewor ...…
 
Frailty is a state of reduced physical, physiological and cognitive reserve. Tools to measure frailty which were developed in geriatric medicine practice, have over recent years been applied to patients admitted to the Intensive Care Unit (ICU). Studies in the ICU suggest that frailty is associated with reduced reduced likelihood of discharge h ...…
 
This presentation will outline current Choosing Wisely projects happening in ICUs around Australia. It will also discuss the Choosing Wisely Australia campaign and its direction.
 
Adventures of a Pus Whisperer.By knowitallmac@gmail.com (Mark Crislip).
 
In episode 395, James and Mike bring in Adrienne to chew and digest all the evidence around the ketogenic diet. At the end we realize we will likely never have definitive evidence around these diet issues so we all commiserate by drowning our sorrows in a large helping of deep fried Mars Bars.Show notesTools for Practice…
 
Former professional poker player Annie Duke tells us why it's more important to be accurate than right. Annie and Drew discuss critical thinking, decision making, and how outcomes color our assessment of both.By info@podcastone.com.
 
Moderated by Laura Schmidt, PhD, MSW, MPH, UCSF, Co-Director of the SSEW Initiative. Panelists include Lauren Zeise, PhD, Director of the Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment (OEHHA), Jeanne Rizzo, RN, Breast Cancer Prevention Partners, and Meg Schwarzman, MD, MPH, UC Berkeley, Center for Occupational and Environmental Health. Serie ...…
 
Jenny Jay, PhD, UCLA Professor and Researcher at the Institute of the Environment and Sustainability, provides perspective on how processed foods and water use impact the environment and public health. Series: "UCSF Consortium for Obesity Assessment, Study and Treatment" [Show ID: 34088]
 
Ted Kaptchuk, professor of medicine at Harvard Medical school - and leading placebo researcher, has just published an analysis on bmj.com describing the effect of open label placebo - placebos that patient's know are placebos, but still seem to have some clinical effect.Ted joins us to speculate about what's going on in the body, what this means...…
 
There are different types of genetic influences on people's risk of developing Alzheimer's disease. Douglas Galasko, MD, of the UCSD Shiley-Marcos Alzheimer’s Disease Research Center joins William Mobley, MD, PhD to discuss these genes, how they are being studied, and what being a carrier of Alzheimer's associated genes means. Learn more about ...…
 
Andre Maddison, General Internal Medicine (GIM) fellow at Western University, is hosting this week’s episode on The Rounds Table alongside Erin Spicer, faculty member in GIM also at Western University. This week they cover partial oral versus intravenous antibiotic treatment of infective endocarditis (POIATE trial) and microvascular outcomes in ...…
 
Barbara Laraia, PhD, UC Berkeley, reveals why neighborhoods and stress have a major impact on obesity and pregnancy. Series: "UCSF Consortium for Obesity Assessment, Study and Treatment" [Show ID: 34083]
 
Rachel Morello-Frosch, PhD, MPH, UC Berkeley, explores the compounding impact of social inequity and environmental exposures on health. Series: "UCSF Consortium for Obesity Assessment, Study and Treatment" [Show ID: 34084]
 
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