Best Academic podcasts we could find (Updated September 2018)
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This podcast account features all of the audio clips from the Academic Life in Emergency Medicine (ALiEM) educational blog site. http://www.ALiEM.com
 
The podcasts demonstrate how to write for IELTS Task 1 and Task 2
 
Academic Writing Podcast from the Higher School of Economics, Russia, is a project aiming at your academic writing skills through your ears. In our short radio shows (podcasts) we are discussing and explaining phrases which cover most of your needs for composing an academic article. Each of the episodes comes with a pdf file and can be reached at http://academics.hse.ru/podcasts
 
We are a FOAMED project devoted to providing TOTAL care everywhere. This is done by sharing the Tools Of the Trade and Academic Learning in Emergency Medicine (TOTAL EM). We believe in education for emergency medicine professionals and the public.
 
Better Library Leaders is a podcast devoted to exploring the elements of great libraries, and great library leaders! If you're an academic, public, school, or special librarian looking to improve your leadership skills, this is the show for you!
 
The Blogcast for the Academic OB/GYN Physician
 
Literature podcast based in Madrid, Spain. We dive deeper into the books we read, and provide a literary discussion that won't cost you $60,000 and lifelong, soul-crushing debt. That being said, we take no responsibility for your education... thecasualacademic@gmail.com
 
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Academic English
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Academic life is changing and many of us are drowning in increasing work demands. What are the choices each of us can make to change our own situations for the better? And can we change the academic game more generally? Academics and thought leaders share experiences, tips...
 
There is sunshine outside the ivory tower
 
Inside Higher Ed is pleased to bring you The Academic Minute. The brainchild of Albany's WAMC and its president, Alan Chartock, The Academic Minute features professors from top institutions around the country, delving into topics from the serious to the light-hearted, keeping listeners abreast of what's new and exciting in the academy with topics ranging from updates on groundbreaking scientific research to an explanation of how the board game Monopoly can help explain the economic recession ...
 
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IHS Academic
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Podcasts by IHS Academic, connecting the network of liberty advancing academics.
 
The Hardly Academic Podcast is two men having emotionally and intellectually honest discussions about life, work, relationships, comedy and experiences living in Washington, DC. We'll navigate -isms, -ologies and sometimes y.Episodes feature special guests, music, listener interactions and news about goings on in the area and online.The podcast is co-hosted by DC native Eric Dyson and Georgia-born DC transplant Nick King.Contact us at hardlyacademicdc@gmail.com.
 
Dr. Mark Stout, Director of the MA in Global Security Studies at Johns Hopkins University Advanced Academic Programs and former intelligence officer, welcomes the leading minds in Global Security for lively discussions on the challenges and events of our time.
 
A biweekly discussion dedicated to American History, historical thinking, and the role of history in our every day lives. Cohosted by John Fea and Drew Hermeling.
 
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Academic OB/GYN
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The Blogcast for the Academic OB/GYN Physician
 
Experts discuss recent literature relevant to child health. Features interviews with article authors.
 
Meet medical students and residents, clinicians and educators, health care thought leaders and researchers in this podcast from the journal Academic Medicine. Episodes chronicle the stories of these individuals as they experience the science and the art of medicine. Guests delve deeper into the issues shaping medical schools and teaching hospitals today. Subscribe to this podcast and listen as the conversation continues. The journal Academic Medicine serves as an international forum to advan ...
 
The OAE Podcast is an interview series and discussion panel where we talk to authority figures within higher education about technology, academic research, university management, policy makers to educators and instructors
 
Coach's Corner delves into academic coaching, edtech integration, and beyond.This series is based on Levi's Valdois' (@teachoklahoma) idea of 51 Flavors" or that great ideas can be found from those around us!!! Therefore who better to ask about academic coaching and edtech integration than those in the trenches.Visit the original Coach's Corner on Youtube @: http://tinyurl.com/coachscorner-coachben
 
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The Academic Citizen
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A weekly podcast about critical issues in higher education. All episodes are free to download and share.
 
Founded in 1967, the AAP is an influential and intimate professional society of physiatry professionals in every career level. We are creating the future of academic physiatry through mentorship, leadership, and discovery.
 
UPENN Professor Dr. Anthea Butler breaks down the latest in race, religion and pop-culture on this weekly show where the shade is plentiful and knowledge is dropped on the regular.
 
The University of Minnesota offers a series of audio recordings to support student success. Each audio clip features advice, tips, and resources provided by a U of M expert on a topic related to the University’s Student Success Outcomes.
 
Three passionate media scholars debate film, television and pop culture.
 
Half Day Workshop for Post-Graduate and Early Career Historians of Medicine held on Wednesday 9th July 2014. A half-day symposium of talks on how graduate students advance thier academic career, from getting published in journals to landing that first post in a university. From experts in the publishing industry to university professors and leading academics, this series will let you know some of the tricks and tips for furthering your academic career after your graduate studies have ended.
 
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Academic Trax
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Welcome to Academic Trax, where two junior faculty members provide expert advice on topics beyond their expertise!
 
The Academic Technology Report podcast series hosted by Kimberly Hayworth, an Academic Technology Specialist and Manager of the Academic Technology Lab at Stanford University focuses on what's happening with technology for teaching, learning and research on campus and beyond.
 
The podcast dedicated to achieving academic success and financing higher education. Our mission is to obtain marketable skills through academics to achieve life goals.
 
HEQCO is an agency of the Government of Ontario bringing evidence-based research to the continued improvement of postsecondary education in Ontario
 
Browse our regularly-updated music resources, podcasts and articles to stay on top of the latest in Music Education news and information
 
Harry Hawk talks with educators, students, educational technologists and architects discussing learning & academics, classroom management systems, for-profit and non-profit educational models, and the change face of public education.
 
Our show highlights business success stories that came from failure. Guests share lessons from failure not taught in business school that successful business owners know. These stories are based on failure to inspire you to keep going when the going gets tough, to understand and embrace failure and its purpose. Our focus is on the process of failure, the process through failure as seen by those business owners who have made friends with failure to help you understand the true path to unlocki ...
 
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Many of us have phases where we have no idea what we’re doing, or everything feels like it’s going wrong: that we are failing, or even that we are failures. Sometimes such phases feel less like phases than a permanent default. And often we assume – wrongly – that no one else ever feels the same. This is an initiative intended to help make it OK to think and talk about failure. It includes five podcasts and a workbook. Find out more about the contributors, download the workbook, and give feed ...
 
The unacademic life is not worth living.Stay in the loop of Academia in this brave new age of information.Download, and keep up to date with Professor Rotsage's Academic Announcements at your own leisure.
 
Podcast by HH ACADEMIC CENTRE
 
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Academic Regale Ya
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Welcome to Academic Regale Ya. The podcast where I, Jacob Ward, regale you with stories from the history of higher education.
 
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Academic Smark
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I talk about life, graduate school and studies, food, and popular culture.
 
A voice of a Teacher. Educational Media.
 
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Dr. Maureen Boyle and Dr. Edward Bernstein discuss the public health crisis of opioid overdoses, overdose prevention, and home naloxone distribution from systems and operational perspectives. Dr. Boyle is the Chief Scientific Officer for the Addiction Policy Forum and was previously the Chief of Science Policy at NIDA. Dr. Bernstein is a Profes ...…
 
The legacy of August 12, 2017, in Charlottesville haunts America. The precipitating event, the removal of Confederate monuments, continues to be debated in southern cities and on college campuses. This is a conversation that warrants sustained historicization. Host John Fea lends his thoughts to the recent toppling of "Silent Sam" at the Univer ...…
 
The stigmas against staying single are breaking down. In today's Academic Minute, Albertus Magnus College's Hilda Speicher determines that as time goes on, being unhitched is becoming easier. Speicher is a professor of psychology at Albertus Magnus. A transcript of this podcast can be found here. Section: Academic Minute File: 09-21-18 Albertus ...…
 
Dr. Andrew Herring, the Medical Director for the Substance Use Disorder Treatment Program at Highland Hospital and Principal Investigator for the California ED Bridge Emergency Buprenorphine Program, discusses the art and science in managing pain for patients with opioid use disorders. Hosted by Dr. Michelle Lin…
 
What is settler memory? In today's Academic Minute, Babson College's Kevin Bruyneel explores this question. Bruyneel is a professor of politics at Babson. A transcript of this podcast can be found here. Section: Academic Minute File: 09-20-18 Babson - Settler Memory.mp3 Event's date: Wednesday, September 19, 2018 - 8:15pm…
 
New dams in the Amazon could threaten ecosystems. In today's Academic Minute, Florida International University's Elizabeth Anderson describes the challenges of new dams changing the flow of rivers in the basin. Anderson is an assistant professor in the department of earth and environment at Florida International. A transcript of this podcast ca ...…
 
What happens when you have someone who is anticoagulated fall and have minor head trauma? They are talking to you, they appear neurologically intact, and they feel like they can go home. Do you let them or do you still encourage a CT scan of their head? There is a recent paper that may change your practice.…
 
Postpartum depression is understudied. In today's Academic Minute, Tufts University's Jamie Maguire explores a new treatment that could help mothers. Maguire is an assistant professor of neuroscience at Tufts' School of Medicine. A transcript of this podcast can be found here. Section: Academic Minute File: 09-18-18 Tufts - Post-Partum Depressi ...…
 
Is volunteering beneficial for everyone? In today's Academic Minute, Touro College's Steven Pirutinsky examines how some, but not all, older adults benefit from helping others. Pirutinsky is an assistant professor in the graduate school of social work at Touro. A transcript of this podcast can be found here. Section: Academic Minute File: 09-17 ...…
 
Dr. Alexis LaPietra, the creator of the ALternatives To Opioids (ALTO) program, provides insights into the nuts and bolts of starting an ALTO program at one's local institution. Dr. LaPietra is the Medical Director of the EM Pain Management program at St. Joseph’s and created the Pain Management and Addition Medicine Section for the American Co ...…
 
Not everyone is online in our connected world. In today's Academic Minute, American Public University's Michelle Watts examines why some Native Americans still have limited internet access and how to fix it. Watts is a faculty director and assistant professor in the school of security and global studies at American Public. A transcript of this ...…
 
How do we support minority groups who want a career in STEM? In today's Academic Minute, a Student Spotlight, Krystle Cobian explains why what happens after graduation can help keep women on the STEM career path. Cobian is a Ph.D. student in higher education and organizational change at the University on California, Los Angeles. A transcript of ...…
 
This week’s question is: Have you ever thought about running for public office? Join us as we will be talking with Dr. Valerie Weber, running for State Senate in Nevada about the process of running for public office on the November Ballot. We have a wonderful opportunity to look at failure through the eyes of an experienced politician as well a ...…
 
Welcome back to the Season 3 of our Recovering Academic Podcast! We missed you, and hope you missed us as well :)” For this first episode of this season, the recovering trio discuss a very important topic: NETWORKING But what is networking? And how do you do the networking as a recovering academic? And more importantly, how do you get into the ...…
 
Classrooms are becoming digitally smarter by the year. In today's Academic Minute, SUNY New Paltz's Kiersten Greene determines teachers aren’t getting taught how to use new devices first. Greene is an assistant professor of literacy education in the department of teaching and learning at New Paltz, part of the State University of New York Syste ...…
 
Firefighters are exposed to a number of dangers on a daily basis. With this being the anniversary of 9/11, we want to dedicate this blog and podcast to all the victims from that day. Most of us are already very familiar with issues that arise with firefighters such as PTSD and the impact on the body from long hours, overtime, and physical stres ...…
 
The statistics revolution may not just be for baseball. In today's Academic Minute, Holy Family University's Sister Marcella Wallowicz examines using sabermetrics in your classroom as well as the ballpark. Wallowicz is an associate professor of mathematics at Holy Family. A transcript of this podcast can be found here. Section: Academic Minute ...…
 
Academic research can provide a big benefit to our health. In today's Academic Minute, Bentley University's Fred Ledley explores how basic research can be an essential step in finding new medicines. Ledley is a professor in the department of natural and applied sciences at Bentley. A transcript of this podcast can be found here. Section: Academ ...…
 
Co-hosted by Drs. Mary and Nate Haas, this installment of SAEM's Research Learning Series features Dr. Rob Ehrman (Wayne State) on why grant proposals get rejected and how to deal with them.
 
Co-hosted by Drs. Mary and Nate Haas, this installment of SAEM's Research Learning Series features Dr. Mike Puskarich (University of Minnesota) on writing high-quality specific aims in your grant proposal. He shares the key do's and don'ts that make or break a grant writeup.
 
Co-hosted by Drs. Mary and Nate Haas, this installment of SAEM's Research Learning Series features Dr. James Paxton on common IRB pitfalls based on his experience as the Chairman of Wayne State University's Institutional Review Board.
 
See http://www.changingacademiclife.com/blog/2018/9/7/lindsay-oades for a time-stamped overview of the conversation and related links.
 
Ultrasound fellowship directors discuss recent updates to the EM Clinical Ultrasound Fellowship match process, which now involves the National Resident Match Program (NRMP).Panelists:Dr. Jeremy Boyd (VanderbiltUniversity)Dr. Matt Fields (Kaiser Permanente San Diego)Dr. Arthur Au (Thomas Jefferson University)Co-hosts: Dr. Michael Gisondi (Stanfo ...…
 
In this PECARN series, Dr. Jason Woods discusses the sensitivity and specificity of the urinalysis for febrile infants ≤60 days old with the first authors of the 2018 Pediatrics article, Dr. Leah Tzimenatos.Tzimenatos L, Mahajan P, Dayan PS, et al; Pediatric Emergency Care Applied Research Network (PECARN). Accuracy of the Urinalysis for Urinar ...…
 
Welcome! Our goal is to teach the process & importance of failure in the success equation—a concept not taught in business school. We want to listeners to gain inspiration and hope from these failure-to-success stories showcased each week. Listeners will find a home and a life line with people just like them, not above or below them, simply ahe ...…
 
At the request of listeners, we are covering some essential clinical topics such as deep neck infections including peritonsilar abscess (also known as "quinsy"). These are life-threatening conditions that require early recognition and intervention. Since peritonsilar infections are not of deep visceral spaces, this is technically separate but g ...…
 
Amy Homkes-Hayes, Lead Innovation Advocate @amynhayes Personalization is a popular concept in and outside of higher education, yet definitions vary, sometimes widely, about what it means to “personalize” educational experiences for students. ECoach, a tailored communication system, is using personalization backed by well-researched behavioral s ...…
 
I​​ntraosseous (IO) devices are traditionally used in the initial stages of resuscitation when peripheral intravenous (IV) access is not readily obtainable. This can happen for a variety of reasons such as edema, burns, obesity, or IV drug abuse among others. Although ultrasound can be used to obtain peripheral or central venous access, the mos ...…
 
Discussing the peer review process, specifically the practice of evaluating a scholarly article as a peer reviewer, are Academic Medicine editor-in-chief David Sklar and senior staff editor Toni Gallo and Carl Stevens, a master reviewer for the journal and a seven-time winner of the Academic Medicine Excellence in Reviewing Award. This episode ...…
 
It has been 100 podcasts since the last time Jim DuCanto talked about his SALAD (Suction Assisted Laryngoscopy Airway Decontamination) technique. Podcasts #8 and #9 were so long ago we wanted to have Jim back on to celebrate his achievements and talk more about the future of SALAD and other related projects.…
 
Every year, we see drownings. In some cases people survive, but unfortunately sometimes they do not. However, there is confusion in both the medical community and the public regarding what is considered to be a drowning event. Dogma and myths are everywhere and one of the most common is "dry drowning" which is why we brought Michelle Perkins on ...…
 
Dr. Gerold Ebenbichler, a physiatrist practicing in Vienna, Austria, conducted a 10 year study to follow both the structure and function related long-term course of shoulders that had been treated with therapeutic ultrasound (US) for symptomatic calcific tendinitis. His study is published in the September 2018 issue of the American Journal of P ...…
 
Jan Gulliksen is a Professor in Human Computer Interaction and Vice President for Digitalization at KTH in Stockholm Sweden, among various other national and international leadership roles. He was also Dean of school for 7 years and we talk here mostly about his experiences and thoughts on middle management and academic leadership. He shares hi ...…
 
We see changes in potassium levels all of the time in patients. However, what works and what does not? What is the evidence behind the management? Are there special pearls? These questions and much more are addressed in this podcast with Michelle Perkins.
 
Patients often come in complaining of a possible spider bite, but is this actually the cause of their symptoms? In this blog and podcast, we talk specifically about brown recluse bites, differentiating them from other causes, treatment, and other pearls.
 
"I can now passionately answer the age-old question of what I want to be when I grow up. A doctor." Pre-med student Matt Orringer reflects on the experiences that connected the dots between his college science courses and real-life patient care, convincing him that medicine is the right career path for him. His essay was published in the Teachi ...…
 
Epinephrine (adrenaline) has been a hallmark of cardiac arrest management as an attempt to obtain a return of spontaneous circulation (ROSC). However, the evidence for epinephrine in out-of-hospital cardiac arrest (OHCA) as well as in the hospital (IHCA) has been conflicting. We review the largest trial to date just recently published in the Ne ...…
 
"Instead of dismissing Ms. S as another 'challenging patient,' we should have considered her concerns and inquired about her worries, discovered her fears..." First-year resident Trisha Paul reflects on a patient encounter that taught her about partnering with patients and their families to decide on mutual goals for healing. Her essay was publ ...…
 
Does it actually matter how you dress when you go to work? The BMJ recently published an open access article covering this exact issue. Although in many ways limited, this study offered some key insights regarding how our dress attire in different settings could potentially impact patient perceptions.…
 
Dr. Joline Brandenburg, a physiatrist with the Mayo Clinic, conducted a study to longitudinally quantify effect of onabotulinum toxin A (BoNT-A) on passive muscle properties in children with cerebral palsy using ultrasound shear wave elastography. Her study was published in the February 2018 issue of the American Journal of Physical Medicine & ...…
 
Rowena Murray is a Professor of Education, Director of Research, in the School of Education at the University of the West of Scotland. She is an internationally recognised expert and author on academic writing and on running writing retreats. In this conversation she talks about the writing retreats for both the importance of learning behaviour ...…
 
Too often we find ourselves fighting trolls and people both on social media and sometimes in real life. Most of the time though, we are not able to engage in any form of real debate and discussion. In this blog and podcast, we talk about how to meaningfully discuss and properly debate in any situation, especially on social media.…
 
Global Security Podcasts Dr. Stephen Tankel The United States vitally depends on foreign partners as it fights terrorist groups around the world. However, those relationships often do not deliver what Washington thinks they should. In this Global Security Podcast, Mark Stout talks with Dr. Stephen Tankel about his new book With Us and Against U ...…
 
Discussing the current practice of using USMLE Step 1 scores to screen residency applicants and the effects on medical students and the medical school curriculum are Academic Medicine editor-in-chief David Sklar and senior staff editor Toni Gallo (@AcadMedJournal) and four Academic Medicine authors who have written on this topic: Charles Prober ...…
 
Excited delirium has been covered quite a bit, but like other hot topics it is always changing with new evidence. Here are some of the key pearls and pitfalls to managing this high risk population.
 
Amy Homkes-Hayes, Lead Innovation Advocate @amynhayes What happens when an English faculty and a Chemistry faculty partner to create a writing-to-learn program? You get M-Write. Listen to the latest episode in the Origin Stories podcast as Anne Ruggles Gere, Arthur F. Thurnau, Gertrude Buck Collegiate Professor of Education and English Language ...…
 
Hosted by Dr. Michael Gisondi and Dr. Michelle Lin, an expert panel of fellowship program directors in global health discuss the nuts and bolts of applying to a global health fellowship in EM. Panelists: Dr. Kristiana Kaufman (Wayne State University), Dr. Rebecca Walker (Stanford University), Dr. Hani Mowafi (Yale University)…
 
The last 100 podcasts has been a major milestone. Now that we are in the triple digits, it is worth reviewing some of the highlights from the first 100 episodes. Also, we have a major announcement to share!
 
"Instead of perceiving my humanity as a reason why I may fall short of my patients’ needs and expectations, I now understand that it is also a way I can meet them." First-year resident Cindy Lee reflects on a personal experience that drove home the lessons she was learning about patient-centered care. Her essay was published in the Teaching and ...…
 
On June 28, John Fea will release his new book, Believe Me: The Evangelical Road to Donald Trump with Eerdman's. As a bonus episode, producer Drew Dyrli Hermeling sat down with Fea to discuss the deep history that led 81% of white evangelicals to vote for Trump in the 2016 election. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices…
 
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