Best Aafp podcasts we could find (Updated June 2019)
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Twice a month, faculty and residents of the University of Arizona College of Medicine – Phoenix Family Medicine Residency discuss key clinical points from each issue of American Family Physician (AFP). AFP publishes clinical reviews that help keep physicians current with advances in diagnosis and treatment (http://www.aafp.org/afp). Contributing editor: Dr. Steven Brown.
 
My Journey Through Medicine, Social Media, and Life: Hosted by Family Physician Mike Sevilla, MD. Check out DrMikeSevilla.com. Formerly known as Doctor Anonymous Show
 
Welcome to the official free Podcast from SAGE for Veterinary Science. SAGE is a leading international publisher of journals, books, and electronic media for academic, educational, and professional markets with principal offices in Los Angeles, London, New Delhi, and Singapore.
 
Welcome to the New Jersey Academy of Family Physicians Podcast Blog. The NJAFP has been advancing the cause of family physicians and their patients for more than 50 years. Please visit our website at http://www.njafp.org
 
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Aspirin for the prevention of cardiovascular disease (1:50), anticoagulation for the treatment of venothromboembolism in patients with cancer (6:00), varicose veins (8:30), adolescent substance use (12:10), caregiver care (19:30), and “Where I Listen” (24:00).
 
Just wanted to share my interview from the Louie B Free Radio Show on June 6, 2019. I share a little bit about growing up in the Youngstown, Ohio area. We also talk about medical topics like medicine & social media, the perceived fear of vaccines, the 2019 Measles epidemic in the USA, the inappropriate use of antibiotics for viral infections, t ...…
 
The Musical Episode! Interview with Bill Dabbs, MD, family physician, musical creator for the AFP Podcast, and core faculty member at the University of Tennessee - Knoxville Family Medicine Residency. Topics include: teaching family medicine, creating music, our first tries at the theme song, the triple aim, and Dr. Zoster and Pox. Songs: The P ...…
 
In this podcast, Editorial Board member Elizabeth McInnes invites author Béatrice Gauthier to discuss the article "Opinion on Integrating Innovative Digital Pathology Tools in the Regulatory Framework" featured in the June 2019 issue of Toxicologic Pathology. Click here to read the article
 
Pain in growing bones (1:30), chronic cough in children (8:00), lice and scabies (10:20), screening for intimate partner violence (14:40), colon cancer screening (16:20), deprescribing (17:50), Deprescribing Priorities game (19:00) and song (26:50).
 
Denosumab (1:30), cholesterol guidelines (4:10), drug-drug interactions (8:00), post-traumatic stress disorder (14:50), saline irrigation (17:10), and top research studies of 2018 (18:40).
 
Kidney stones (1:40), child passenger safety (5:20), heat-related illness (6:40), social determinants of health (10:00), and common breast problems (12:20).
 
Interview with Kara Odom Walker, MD, MPH, MSHS, family physician and Cabinet Secretary for the Delaware Department of Health and Social Services. Dr. Walker previously worked as Deputy Chief Science Officer at the Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute (PCORI) and was elected to the National Academy of Medicine in 2018. Topics discussed i ...…
 
Critical congenital heart disease screening in newborns (1:30), abnormal uterine bleeding (3:10), statins for primary prevention of cardiovascular disease (6:30), concussions (7:50), human papillomavirus virus vaccine (10:10), and an editorial on the high cost of insulin (12:40).
 
Coaching patients about successful blood pressure management (1:30), anticonvulsants for low back pain (4:10), Everybody Needs a Family Doctor (5:10), lower extremity peripheral arterial disease (9:10), Right Care for children (13:50), recurrent urinary tract infections (16:20), primary care of breast cancer survivors (17:30).…
 
In this podcast, Editorial Board member Elizabeth McInnes invites author Matt Jacobsen to discuss their article "Opinion on Considerations for the Use of Whole Slide Images in GLP Pathology Peer Review" featured in the February 2019 issue of Toxicologic Pathology. Click here to read the article.
 
Hepatitis B (1:30), advance care planning (8:00), smectite for acute infectious diarrhea (12:00), uterine fibroids (14:00), gas, bloating, and belching (16:30), and AFP Clinical Answers lightning round (23:20).
 
SAGE’s Jennie Atkinson interviews Martha Cannon, co-author of the 2015 ISFM Consensus Guidelines on the Practical Management of Diabetes Mellitus in Cats. Martha discusses the signs of diabetes mellitus in cats and the recommended management and treatment of the disease as endorsed by the American Association of Feline Practitioners (AAFP)…
 
Denae Wagner, co-author of the popular two-part guideline articles “Shelter Housing for Cats”, talks to Margie Scherk, co-editor of Journal of Feline Medicine and Surgery. Denae and Margie discuss the design and location of housing for cats as well as rehoming centres, feline welfare and the improvement of existing shelter.…
 
Acute hand infections (1:20), cervical cancer screening (4:10), manipulative therapies (10:50), metformin for nonalcoholic fatty liver disease and nonalcoholic steatohepatitis (15:30), and type 2 diabetes therapies (17:40).
 
Antibiotic prophylaxis for urinary tract infections (1:50), first trimester bleeding (4:20), chronic sinusitis (7:40), renal cell carcinoma (9:30), digital media and attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder symptoms (17:00), and AFP Clinical Answers lightning round (18:30).
 
Patellofemoral pain syndrome (1:30), neuropsychological evaluation (7:50), intravenous magnesium for asthma (11:20), primary care for persons who inject drugs (13:30), and AFP Clinical Answers lightning round (18:30).
 
In this podcast, Editorial Board member Elizabeth McInnes invites author Daniel G. Rudmann to discuss their article "The Emergence of Microphysiological Systems (Organs-on-chips) as Paradigm-changing Tools for Toxicologic Pathology" featured in the January 2019 issue of Toxicologic Pathology. Click here to read the article.…
 
Deprescribing (1:30), benzodiazepines (3:20), migraine prophylaxis (5:20), effective advocacy (9:30), urine drug tests (13:00), human papillomavirus vaccine (16:20), neutral protamine Hagedorn (NPH) insulin (18:30), AFP Clinical Answers lightning round (19:50).
 
Counseling in primary care (1:30), slow uptake of evidence-based medicine (6:10), school absenteeism (9:30), screening for peripheral artery disease (12:10), adult well-male examination (15:20), and evaluating anticoagulation (21:40).
 
Care for transgender persons (2:10), dental problems (9:10), short-term medical trips (12:30), Crohn's disease (15:50), preventing diabetes (19:40), deep vein thrombosis (20:50), and Faith in Subtraction: De-prescribing (22:00).
 
In this podcast, Editorial Board member Elizabeth McInnes invites authors Nicholas E. Langevin, Kenneth A. Schafer, Oliver C. Turner, Brittany J. McPherson, and Robert E. Rose to discuss their article "Historical Data: Histopathology Lesions Observed in the Eyes of Control Rabbits in Topical Ocular Administration and Contact Lens Studies" featu ...…
 
Should you podcast? Absolutely yes! Host of the Get Social Health podcast, Janet Kennedy, joins me to make the case for podcasting.By DrMikeSevilla.Published by BlogTalkRadio.com
 
The Healthcare Marketing Network was co-founded by Janet Kennedy, and she'll describe the founding of the company along with how this network can help you. Janet is also the Host of the Get Social Health podcastBy DrMikeSevilla.Published by BlogTalkRadio.com
 
Review of the 2018 Mayo Clinic Social Media Conference with guest Janet Kennedy who is the co-founder of the HealthCare Marketing Network and Host of the Get Social Health PodcastBy DrMikeSevilla.Published by BlogTalkRadio.com
 
Should physicians be on social media? Absolutely! I talk about this with our good friend Dr. Kim Yu in this episode. We also talk about why physicians should "Stay In Our Lane" and talk about gun violence with our patients, and physicians should also be in the conversation talking about how to prevent the next mass shooting in the United States.…
 
Chatting with our good friend Dr. Kim Yu about the 2018 AAFP Family Medicine Experience conference in New OrleansBy DrMikeSevilla.Published by BlogTalkRadio.com
 
Incarcerated patients (1:30), Lown Right Care (6:40), cardiac testing (8:40), osteoporosis (11:40), Name That Drug (15:10), glecaprevir/pibrentasvir for chronic hepatitis C (17:40), conduct disorder (19:50), hoarseness (23:30)
 
Knee pain evaluation (2:30), culture-specific asthma education (5:10), type 2 diabetes in children (6:40), gun violence (9:20), knee osteoarthritis (14:40), type 2 diabetes guideline (15:50), Song: 'Everybody Needs a Family Doctor' (17:10), epidural anesthesia (21:00), common acute medical problems in the pregnant patient (22:10), meconium-stai ...…
 
Shingles vaccine (1:30), urinary retention (4:20), the flu shot (8:50), high blood pressure in children and adolescents (13:50), long-acting muscarinic antagonist use in asthma (16:40), and a review of prostate cancer screening (18:00).
 
AAFP Feline Anesthesia Guidelines Margie Sherk, Co-editor of the Journal of Feline Medicine and Surgery talks to Susan Gogolski and Shelia Robertson about the AAFP guidelines on Feline Anesthesia
 
Hepatitis C (1:30), abdominal wall pain (5:10), internet-based cognitive behavioral therapy (8:10), mechanical low back pain (11:10), depression in adolescents (16:50), and aging well (20:10).
 
Febuxostat (1:30), hemolytic anemia (3:50), STEPS: crisaborole (8:00), screening ECGs (9:40), well-child visits (13:20), and HPV testing (18:00).
 
Interview with Margot Savoy, MD, MPH, Chair and Associate Professor, Department of Family and Community Medicine at Temple University Lewis Katz School of Medicine. Topics discussed include heath equity, leadership, advice for medical students, profound clinical experiences, music, and inspiration from quotes.…
 
In this podcast, Editorial Board member Elizabeth McInnes invites author Darlene Dixon to discuss her article "Preparation of Three-dimensional (3-D) Human Liver (HepaRG) Cultures for Histochemical and Immunohistochemical Staining and Light Microscopic Evaluation" featured in the August 2018 issue of Toxicologic Pathology. Click here to read th ...…
 
Common foot problems (1:30), insomnia (5:20), newborn reflux (7:50), severe chronic joint pain (10:40), irritable bowel syndrome (13:00), and post-caesarean section ileus (18:00).
 
Nutrition in toddlers (1:30), preoperative care in older patients (7:50), point-of-care ultrasound (12:00), caesarean sections (14:30), blood pressure (17:10), delafloxacin (19:40), cognitive decline (22:40), and epistaxis (24:10).
 
Type 1 diabetes (1:50), food insecurity (7:20), rheumatologic tests (9:50), treatment of overweight children (14:30), recruiting in health centers (17:00), and terbinafine for onychomycosis (19:00).
 
Hepatitis B (2:40), stimulant and designer drugs (5:00), low back pain (8:40), marijuana counseling (11:35), delivering bad or life-altering news (14:00), behavior counseling for skin cancer (18:30), and a special guest piece: A Cautionary Tale for Quinquagenarians (20:30).
 
In this podcast, Editorial Board member Elizabeth McInnes invites author Sean P. Troth to discuss his article "Scientific and Regulatory Policy Committee Points to Consider: Data Visualization for Clinical and Anatomic Pathologists" featured in the July 2018 issue of Toxicologic Pathology. Click here to read the article.…
 
Statin use for LDL over 190 (2:10), allergy testing (4:30), procalcitonin to guide antibiotic therapy (10:30), medical decision-making capacity (13:00), bronchiolitis (16:30), antibiotic course duration (21:40), and the doorknob phenomenon (24:00). Please nominate the AFP Podcast for a Podcast Award in the Science and Medicine category by visit ...…
 
Geriatric assessment (1:40), otitis media (7:20), FIT for colon cancer screening (9:30), low risk pulmonary embolus (11:20), ovarian cancer (14:30), and recurrent abdominal pain in children (15:50).
 
Diets for health (1:40), generic drugs (4:00), hyperhidrosis (5:50), asthma (10:30), pulmonary embolism (12:40), biomarkers for Alzheimer disease (16:00), and oncologic emergencies (17:40).
 
In this podcast, Editorial Board member Elizabeth McInnes invites author Wendy G. Halpern to discuss her article "Use of Severity Grades to Characterize Histopathologic Changes" featured in the April 2018 issue of Toxicologic Pathology. Click here to read the article.
 
General parenting strategies (1:40), adults with developmental disabilities (5:50), colorectal cancer screening and prevention (9:50), infectious diarrhea (15:50), maternal obesity and labor induction (21:10), and implantable buprenorphine (22:20).
 
Croup (2:30), altitude sickness (5:20), fall prevention (8:10), animal bites (10:20), the top 20 POEMs of the year (13:10), gender dysphoria (17:40), and genetic risk testing (20:00).
 
Common running injuries (2:50), the female athlete triad (10:00), antibiotic prophylaxis for COPD exacerbations (12:00), poststreptococcal illness (14:30), and osteoarthritis (20:50). Please complete our 3 minute listener survey at www.aafp.org/afppodcastsurvey.
 
In this podcast, Editorial Board member Elizabeth McInnes invites authors Evan Janovitz and Magnus Söderberg to discuss their article "Evaluation of Uracil, Sodium Ascorbate, and Rosiglitazone as Promoters of Urinary Bladder Transitional Cell Carcinomas in Male Sprague-Dawley Rats" featured in the February 2018 issue of Toxicologic Pathology. C ...…
 
Cervical cancer screening (1:50), Choosing Wisely (5:50), rheumatoid arthritis (7:30), pneumococcal vaccine (11:40), antipsychotics for Alzheimer disease (13:00), and syncope (14:40).
 
Stable coronary artery disease (1:40), evaluation of suspected dementia (6:50), screening for thyroid cancer (12:20), and a review of the ACC/AHA hypertension guideline (14:30).
 
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