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Moving Medicine

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Listen to interviews and in-depth discussions with physicians on the advocacy efforts and innovations you care about in medicine today. Find all AMA podcasts at ama-assn.org/podcasts.
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Making the Rounds

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Making the Rounds, a podcast from the American Medical Association, features advice, interviews and discussions on the most important topics impacting the lives and careers of medical students. Find all AMA podcasts at ama-assn.org/podcasts.
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AMA President Dr. Jesse Ehrenfeld leads a discussion with three other physicians on the use of AI in health care. Panelists are Dr. Claire Novorol, the founder and chief medical officer of Ada Health, a digital health company using AI to help diagnose and treat patients; Dr. Mark Sendak, a population health data science lead at Duke Institute for H…
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Family medicine physician Alex McDonald, MD and Audiey Kao, MD, PhD, vice president of ethics at the AMA, discuss how ethical principles can help physicians and medical students navigate complex medical decisions, ensuring patient safety and well-being. He also explores the ethical implications of artificial intelligence in health care. This episod…
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David Savage, MD, a hematology-oncology fellow at Scripps Clinic in California talks about the process of transferring residency programs. Dr. Savage draws from personal experience to offers insights on how those considering a transfer should approach that decision.✶✶✶✶ 📺 Follow the @americanmedicalassociation on YouTube:https://bit.ly/AMA_YouTubeC…
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In part two of this series, panelists pick up their conversation discussion emerging trends this year around three key issues affecting patients and physicians: prior authorization, scope of practice and physician wellness.📺 Follow the AMA on YouTube: @americanmedicalassociation 🎥 Watch #AMAUpdate for the latest in health care news for physicians:h…
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Reapplying for Match and wondering where to start? Family medicine resident Thomas Irwin, MD, MBA, and his advisor Carla Keirns, MD, PhD, associate professor of medical ethics and medicine at University of Kansas Medical Center talk about strategies to do just that.✶✶✶✶ 📺 Follow the @americanmedicalassociation on YouTube:https://bit.ly/AMA_YouTubeC…
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As states are kicking off their legislative sessions this year, what trends are emerging related to three key issues affecting patients and physicians: prior authorization, scope of practice and physician wellness? How are legislators and regulators shifting their approaches to these issues? Hear the latest from a panel of AMA attorneys who work ha…
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Get tips for navigating your upcoming move to your residency program's location. Leif Knight, MD (they/them) is a first-year emergency medicine resident at Brown University and shares their experience weighing the factors before they made their big move. As an AMA member, they serve as a delegate for the Residents & Fellows Section as well as Vice …
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Interview with Edith Chen, PhD, author of Family Disadvantage, Education, and Health Outcomes Among Black Youths Over a 20-Year Period. Hosted by JAMA Associate Editor Angel N. Desai, MD, MPH. Related Content: Family Disadvantage, Education, and Health Outcomes Among Black Youths Over a 20-Year Period…
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What happens on Match Day? How many residency programs are there in the US? How many medical students matched in 2024? What happens if you don't match? Our guest is Jeanette Calli, chief of Match Operations, at the National Resident Matching Program. American Medical Association CXO Todd Unger hosts.✶✶✶✶ 📺 Follow the @americanmedicalassociation on …
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Margaret Lozovatsky, MD, FAMI, VP of Digital Health Innovations at the American Medical Association, explores the partnership between physicians and artificial intelligence in health care, focusing on AI's role in clinical decision support. This episode was created in collaboration with the PermanenteDocs Chat podcast, and is hosted by family physi…
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The public Match Day celebrations aren't for everyone. Haidn Foster, MD had a low-key Match Day experience and offers insight on the pros of that approach.✶✶✶✶ 📺 Follow the @americanmedicalassociation on YouTube:https://bit.ly/AMA_YouTubeChannel🎥 Watch #AMAUpdate for the latest in health care news for physicians:https://bit.ly/AMA_Update📝 Full tran…
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Going through the Supplemental Offer Acceptance Program made for chaotic Match Week for Victoria Gordon, DO. A few years later, she reflects on the process and offers advice for those who might have to match through SOAP. ✶✶✶✶ 📺 Follow the @americanmedicalassociation on YouTube:https://bit.ly/AMA_YouTubeChannel🎥 Watch #AMAUpdate for the latest in h…
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Megan L. Srinivas, MD, MPH, infectious disease physician, talks about how physicians can use stories to build trust, improve patient care, influence policy changes, and combat medical misinformation. Dr. Srinivas is also a clinical instructor, and translational health policy researcher. This episode was created in collaboration with the PermanenteD…
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Dr. Docherty, now a practicing family medicine physician in New York, gives residency applicants his keys to making a comprehensive rank-order list. ✶✶✶✶ 📺 Follow the @americanmedicalassociation on YouTube:https://bit.ly/AMA_YouTubeChannel🎥 Watch #AMAUpdate for the latest in health care news for physicians:https://bit.ly/AMA_Update📝 Full transcript…
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Interview with Simon L. Thomsen, MD, and Bodil S. Rasmussen, MD, PhD, authors of Safety and Efficacy of Midline vs Peripherally Inserted Central Catheters Among Adults Receiving IV Therapy: A Randomized Clinical Trial. Hosted by JAMA Associate Editor Angel N. Desai, MD, MPH. Related Content: Safety and Efficacy of Midline vs Peripherally Inserted C…
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In part two of this series, Dr. Willie Underwood, chair of the AMA Board of Trustees continues to lead our panel discussion on what’s next in Medicare payment reform. Panelists include Dr. G. Ray Callas, president elect of the Texas Medical Association; Katie Orrico, senior vice president of Health Policy and Advocacy at the American Association of…
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Dr. Willie Underwood, chair of the AMA Board of Trustees moderates this panel discussion on what’s next in Medicare payment reform. Panelists include Dr. G. Ray Callas, president elect of the Texas Medical Association; Katie Orrico, senior vice president of Health Policy and Advocacy at the American Association of Neurological Surgeons and Congress…
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While M4s are focused on the next steps of their careers, they also have to hone the skills to be a skilled intern come summer. Dr. Meg Wolff, clinical professor in the department of emergency medicine and pediatrics at the University of Michigan Medical School, offers insight on how students can avoid getting too distracted by the Match process. ✶…
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Interview with Yetsa A. Tuakli-Wosornu, MD, MPH, and Cheryl K. Zogg, PhD, MSPH, MHS, authors of Experiences of Interpersonal Violence in Sport and Perceived Coaching Style Among College Athletes. Hosted by JAMA Associate Editor Angel N. Desai, MD, MPH. Related Content: Experiences of Interpersonal Violence in Sport and Perceived Coaching Style Amon…
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Alice Chen, medical student at George Washington University School of Medicine and Health Sciences talks about her research submission for the AMA Research Challenge: Effect of Mesenchymal Stromal Cell Delivery Through Cardiopulmonary Bypass in a Piglet Model. Find her poster here: https://www.ama-assn.org/system/files/alice-chen-poster.pdfLearn mo…
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Jesse Kirkpatrick, a third year medical student at Harvard Medical School talks about his research in developing an early diagnostic test for cholangiocarcinoma, a rare cancer. Read his poster here: https://www.ama-assn.org/system/files/jesse-kirkpatrick-poster.pdfLearn more about the AMA research challenge: https://www.ama-assn.org/about/events/am…
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Physician experts discuss how trauma-informed care can be incorporated within broader integrated care efforts. With a focus on the pediatric population, they cover the developmental aspect of trauma and its impacts across the lifespan, highlighting key actions physicians can take to address it with their patients. Physician guests include two profe…
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Interview with Marshall H. Chin, MD, MPH, and Lucila Ohno-Machado, MD, PhD, MBA, authors of Guiding Principles to Address the Impact of Algorithm Bias on Racial and Ethnic Disparities in Health and Health Care. Hosted by JAMA Network Open Associate Editor Angel N. Desai, MD, MPH. Related Content: Guiding Principles to Address the Impact of Algorith…
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Cardiology fellow at the Texas Heart Institute, Matthew Segar, MD, MS talks about his research submission for the AMA Research Challenge: improving non-clinical tasks using a machine learning-enabled provider workflow. Find his poster here: https://www.ama-assn.org/system/files/matthew-segar-poster.pdfLearn more about the AMA Research Challenge her…
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Third-year medical student Jack Gomberg from Icahn School of Medicine Mount Sinai, shares about his research submission for the AMA Research Challenge, identifying white matter markers for treatment outcomes in major depressive disorder (MDD). Find his poster here: https://www.ama-assn.org/system/files/jack-gomberg-poster.pdfLearn more about the AM…
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Srujith Medharamelta, a second year medical student at Chicago College of Osteopathic Medicine, Midwestern University, talks about his research submission for this year's AMA Research Challenge. His poster is titled: Effects of Obesity on the Neuromuscular Junction of Genioglossus Muscle and Other Associated Muscles of Respiration. Learn more about…
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Christine Sinsky, MD, vice president of professional satisfaction at the AMA, talks about physician wellness, terminology around physician well-being, and current drivers of burnout. This episode was created in collaboration with the PermanenteDocs Chat podcast, and is hosted by family physician Alex McDonald, MD.📺 Follow the AMA on YouTube: @ameri…
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Hilary Fairbrother, MD, has been interviewing residents for a decade. An associate professor and the vice chair of education at UT Health in Houston, she offers tips on standing out during residency interviews in the virtual format.✶✶✶✶ 📺 Follow the @americanmedicalassociation on YouTube:https://bit.ly/AMA_YouTubeChannel🎥 Watch #AMAUpdate for the l…
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In part two, physician experts discuss the key takeaways from part one and go through the next patient scenario to demonstrate best practices in geriatric care using behavioral health integration (BHI). Physician guests are David Baron, MSEd, DO; Karen Dionesotes, MD, MPH, psychiatry resident; Stephanie Nothelle, MD, assistant professor of medicine…
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Bobby Mukkamala, MD, an otolaryngologist in Michigan joins today for the first of many “What I Wish I Knew in Medical School” conversations with physician leaders and medical experts. American Medical Association CXO Todd Unger hosts. ✶✶✶✶ 📺 Follow the @americanmedicalassociation on YouTube:https://bit.ly/AMA_YouTubeChannel🎥 Watch #AMAUpdate for th…
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Three physicians highlight best practices in geriatric care and actions their teams can take using behavioral health integration (BHI) to provide quality, whole-person care to the patient and their caregivers. Physician guests are David Baron, MSEd, DO; Karen Dionesotes, MD, MPH, psychiatry resident; Stephanie Nothelle, MD, assistant professor of m…
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Interview with Shama Cash-Goldwasser, MD, MPH, and Thomas R. Frieden, MD, MPH, authors of Masks During Pandemics Caused by Respiratory Pathogens—Evidence and Implications for Action. Hosted by Angel N. Desai, MD, MPH. Related Content: Masks During Pandemics Caused by Respiratory Pathogens—Evidence and Implications for Action…
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Physicians today face disinformation, a critical shortage of medical professionals, policies that complicate patient care and more. In this episode, Jesse Ehrenfeld, MD, MPH, president of the American Medical Association explores strategies for addressing these issues with executive vice president at The Permanente Federation, Stephen Parodi, MD. T…
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Hear from physician experts on strategies to address vaccine hesitancy with patients and updates on current COVID variants, flu, and RSV vaccines. This episode was created in collaboration with the PermanenteDocs Chat podcast, and is hosted by family physician Alex McDonald, MD, featuring guest Sandra Fryhofer, MD, AMA liaison to the CDC’s Advisory…
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