Best Anaesthesia podcasts we could find (Updated February 2019)
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The BJAs free podcasts will take listeners on a tour of the world of anaesthesia; interviews with authors and commentaries from key experts on featured articles, plus hot topics in anaesthesia research and practice will be published with each issue.
 
Big Ideas brings you the best of talks, forums, debates, and festivals held in Australia and around the world, casting light on the major social, cultural, scientific and political issues
 
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Broomedocs Podcast
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Free, open access medical education podcast for rural and remote generalist practitioners
 
Podcast by BMJ Group
 
Welcome to the RVC veterinary clinical podcast. In these shows, Dominic Barfield, with the technical help of Brian Cox talks to a variety of different faculty/specialists/clinicians from the RVC about clinical relevant material to everyone in practice, if you are just about to start your veterinary career or you are a seasoned professional we aim to provide something for everyone. Whether you’re listening whilst you are cooking dinner, driving home, walking the dog or even at the gym, we wan ...
 
A collection of mixes that include many different artists of the ambient / experimental genre. Unbroken seamless mixes including field recordings and other snippets.Please listen responsibly.
 
Whilst other people talk about the weather, we don't. Eschewing small talk for in depth political analysis that to the outside observer will just seem like shouting and crying.
 
Each month the plastic surgery journal club reviews recent articles and records a podcast summary for all to enjoy. Great for those revising or trying to catch up on the latest plastic surgery and reconstruction innovation
 
Dr Marucci is a plastic and reconstructive surgeon with special interests in craniofacial surgery, cosmetic surgery, reconstructive surgery after cancer and surgical education.
 
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Play For Voices
Rare
 
Play for Voices is a podcast of international audio drama. Our show presents new productions of contemporary and classic audio plays from around the world, exploring their aesthetic, social, and political contexts through inventive, multilingual sound design and supplemental interviews with authors, translators, and other interesting people. We produce English-language plays and plays in English translation. Audio drama is a highly flexible dramatic form that encourages experimentation and e ...
 
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Experts in Australia and the UK worry about a crisis of well-being and mental health among children and teenager. What’s needed if we want our kids to be happier? What can teachers, parents and policy makers to about it?
 
The prevailing view is that the state should stop interfering in the economy and let the market decide. Economist Mariana Mazzucato takes the opposite approach. She says we need an entrepreneurial state with ambitious goals to shape the economy and solve wicked problems like climate change.
 
Artificial intelligence will shape the future of work, the way we live and how we relate to one another. Three computer experts discuss the design of user-friendly robots and apps. Who will have the power to decide what is created and where your data will go?
 
You are called down to labour ward to put an epidural into a woman who is extremely distressed, in the throes of established labour who is thrashing around the bed in agony. You introduce yourself and she looks up at you and says “you ain’t gonna give me a terrible f**** headache like that a******* who did ma epidural three years ago are ya?” T ...…
 
We know that infectious disease outbreaks are caused by pathogens, but some would argue that they are also a biological manifestation of social inequality.Here to discuss the politics of disease outbreak, and how this informs how the global community should respond to them, is Simukai Chigudu, Associate Professor of African Politics and Fellow ...…
 
In this episode of the IJGC podcast, Editor-in-Chief, Dr. Pedro Ramirez, is joined by Dr. Robert Coleman (Twitter: @rcoledude) from MD Anderson Cancer Center in Houston, Texas, to talk about the role of secondary cytoreductive surgery in recurrent ovarian cancer. They discuss the importance, findings, and implications of surgical clinical trial ...…
 
Which prospect scares you most: undergoing surgery with a general anaesthetic that isn’t working? Or a global pandemic that wipes out hundreds of millions of people?
 
Recent years have seen political and social progress for people who identify as LGBT+ (lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender; the “+” indicating inclusion of other minority sexual and gender identities). Yet international evidence shows ongoing health and social inequalities in this group, many of which emerge during adolescence and represent ...…
 
NCAA athletes face the realization of career ending injuries, whether they are acute/catastrophic or cumulative. As team physicians and athletic trainers it is imperative that we have our athletes' long-term health as a priority in their care. Presenters of this podcast are Pierre Rouzier, MD, head team physician of the University of Massachuse ...…
 
Dr. Michael van Es (University Medical Center Utrecht, Netherlands) examines whether cognitive and behavioural changes can be seen across the motor neurone disease spectrum, and how this helps inform our understanding of these as multidimensional diseases. Read the editorial commentary by Professor Martin Turner here: https://jnnp.bmj.com/conte ...…
 
Dr April Armstrong is a UWA graduate of Medicine and works in General Practice in Western Australia. She is passionate about the business of medicine and is the founder of the Business for Doctors concept and social media group. April was awarded the WA Telstra Business Woman of the Year 2015 in the start-up category and her rural practice, Col ...…
 
Tips and tricks for managing hypertension by BMJ Group
 
Current evidence is sufficient to justify a national screening programme, argues Mark Lown clinical lecturer at the University of Southampton, but Patrick Moran, senior research fellow in health economics at Trinity College Dublin, thinks there are too many unanswered questions and evidence from randomised trials is needed to avoid overdiagnosi ...…
 
we talk grifting and the occult economy https://twitter.com/WDTATW_Podcast
 
Indigenous recognition, constitutional reform and a future Australian republic. For Megan Davis it’s all connected. Australia can’t move to a republic before we’ve addressed the issue of Indigenous sovereignty and we’ve dealt with the unfinished business of the past.
 
Does the conservative side of politics have a problem with women? That's been the argument since the recent resignation of several high profile Liberal politicians. The Labor Party's affirmative action quota system has enabled many more women to enter parliament. Would this work for the Liberals?
 
What is the future of "prescribing art"? Brandy Schillace interviews Victoria Hume, Director of the Culture, Health and Wellbeing Alliance, about the role of culture, arts, and health. Related Medical Humanities papers mentioned in this podcast:Inclusion, access and social justice: the rhizomic evolution of a field across a continent - https:// ...…
 
Could the digital money Bitcoin become the world’s primary currency – pushing out paper money and hard coins? Tone Vays believes that Bitcoin can solve the issues faced by traditional finance institutions.
 
In this episode of the IJGC podcast, Editor-in-Chief, Dr. Pedro Ramirez, is joined by Dr. Michael Frumovitz (Twitter: @Frumovitz) from MD Anderson Cancer Center in Houston, Texas, to talk about the role of sentinel lymph node mapping in cervical cancer. They discuss the uses of ICG and blue dye and other tracers in lymphatic mapping, the detail ...…
 
10 years ago the World Health Organisation called for the ‘health gap’ to be closed in a generation. What’s been achieved in the last decade?
 
Patients who experience chronic rhinosinusitis may way for a considerable period of time before presenting, because they believe the condition to be trivial.In this podcast, Alam Hannan, ENT Consultant at the Royal Throat Nose and Ear Hospital in London, explains why that belief is not founded, and describes which treatments can be effective at ...…
 
Did you know that worldwide, more than one in four adults (28% or 1.4 billion) are physically inactive? In some countries, it’s as high as one in three! How many more times do we need to be reminded that physical inactivity is one of the leading risk factors for global mortality before we finally decide to get off the couch?On this week’s episo ...…
 
Are China and America on a collision course? China has ambitions to be the dominant power in Asia. Is there room for two superpowers or is military conflict inevitable?
 
This month’s guest is a specialist in childhood burns and violence-related injuries in South Africa. Professor Ashley Van Niekerk is the deputy director of the Violence, Injury and Peace Research Unit, South African Medical Research Council-University of South Africa. He tells Editor-in-Chief of Injury Prevention, Professor Rod McClure, how the ...…
 
The 400-year-old Shakespearean speech is the start of a conversation about the immigrants' situation in the US and the UK today, as well as the health effects on children suffering separation from parents and other traumas relating to a refugee situation.Kathleen Bachynski and Brit Trogen, both from the New York University Langone, discuss 'The ...…
 
b word update and some chat on Venezuela. https://twitter.com/WDTATW_Podcast
 
Dr Darren Morton's keen interest in optimising human functioning led him to complete a Masters and PhD degree in Human Physiology. To date, he is the author of three books and over 50 publications in scientific and medical journals. He is a lead researcher in the Lifestyle Research Centre at Avondale, where he supervises several PhD students an ...…
 
Conspiracy theories stretch from the absurd to the dangerous with far-reaching consequences. But what makes them so hard to debunk? Why do people believe in these theories?
 
How has sedation in endoscopy evolved over the years? What’s the current practice and how it varies within the UK?Dr George Webster, consultant gastroenterologist and hepatologist at the University College London Hospitals, answers these questions in conversation with Frontline Gastroenterology’s Trainee Associate Editor James Maurice (Imperial ...…
 
In February's podcast, James Cave (DTB Editor-in-Chief) and David Phizackerley (DTB Deputy Editor) discuss the use of inhaled corticosteroids in the management of COPD (https://dtb.bmj.com/content/57/2/18). The editors also consider subclinical hypothyroidism in pregnancy (https://dtb.bmj.com/content/57/2/22) and discuss Gilbert’s syndrome (htt ...…
 
Faced with the rising tide of asylum seekers governments are resisting the UN Refugee Convention and building legal and physical barriers to keep them out. Can international law hold governments to account?
 
The Royal College of Physicians will survey all its members in February on this most controversial question. It says that it will move from opposition to neutrality on assisted dying unless 60% vote otherwise. The BMJ explores several conflicting views. From Canada, palliative care doctor Sandy Buchman explains why he sees medical aid in dying ...…
 
Prof Tim Collins, Associate Professor of Neurology, Duke University Medical Center, USA, gives us a clinical overview of migraine.For more on migraine, visit BMJ Best Practice: bestpractice.bmj.com/topics/en-gb/10_The purpose of this podcast is to educate and to inform. The content of this podcast does not constitute medical advice and it is no ...…
 
In this episode of the IJGC podcast, Editor-in-Chief, Dr. Pedro Ramirez, is joined by Dr. Juan Luis Alcázar (Twitter: @Juan_L_Alcazar) from the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Clínica Universidad de Navarra in Pamplona, Spain. Dr. Alcázar is the lead author of the Lead Article for the February 2019 issue, "Preoperative assessment of in ...…
 
Ageism can adversely affect health outcomes and longevity. Other social determinants of ageing include income, education, where you live, and whether you're marginalised due to gender, sexuality, race, or disability.
 
Well, we like the way this one has turned out, some real good ambient / experimental here with a few twists and turns,Enjoy,
 
Our guest for this podcast is Professor Greg Whyte, one of the world’s most respected and renowned Sport & Exercise Scientists. Greg combines his academic position at Liverpool John Moores University with both public & private work around the UK, and is a hugely respected scientist and voice, with expertise in a wide range of domains. Not conte ...…
 
In this episode of the Heart podcast, Digital Media Editor, Dr James Rudd, is joined by Dr Vijay Kunadian from Newcastle University and the Freeman Hospital . They discuss the RITA SENIOR trial, designed to tell us the best way to manage older patients with a heart attack - invasive or medical.If you enjoy the show, please subscribe to the podc ...…
 
We have had two articles published recently on bmj.com, looking at drug prevention of HIV; PeP - Post-exposure Prophylaxis and PreP - Pre-exposure Prophylaxis, neither prevent the virus from entering the body, but they do prevent the infection from taking hold.There are lots of questions that doctors have about these - what are the risk profile ...…
 
Although recent studies suggest that ‘rooming-in’ is associated with a decreased need for pharmacological treatment and length of stay for infants with neonatal abstinence syndrome (NAS), more research is required to determine the effective components and short-term and long-term NAS outcomes, including risks.Professor Alison Twycross talks to ...…
 
The legacy of Ancient Rome is still felt today in western culture in areas such as government, law, language, architecture, engineering, and religion.
 
Simon Carley, Associate Editor of EMJ, talks through his highlights of the February 2019 edition of the Emergency Medicine Journal.Read the primary survey here - emj.bmj.com/content/36/2/63Details of the papers mentioned in this podcast can be found below:A simple clinical assessment is superior to systematic triage in prediction of mortality i ...…
 
A space scientist and astronaut discuss the challenges and benefits of space exploration.
 
Daniel Hannan says that the modern form of identity politics moves beyond fighting discrimination. External characteristics like race or gender, now determine whether we’re allowed to say something - not the empirical truth of the statement.
 
A self indulgent ambient trip of our current float ya boat ambient favourites in true AMBIENT ATOMIC ORBITALS style.Please enjoy.
 
In this episode of the IJGC podcast, Editor-in-Chief, Dr. Pedro Ramirez, is joined by Dr. Robert Soslow from Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center to talk about the importance and clinical relevance of a classification in patients with cervical cancer, particularly cervical adenocarcinoma. They discuss the way that cervical adenocarcinoma has ...…
 
Dr Marlene Pearce is a GP, medical writer, podcaster, GP Liaison Officer, Medical Administrator completing her Masters of Health Administration and all round entrepreneurial awesome-type. Today we cover options, tips and advice for those thinking of expanding their medical and health careers outside of their clinical roles. This can be rewardin ...…
 
In the January 2019 podcast, Felipe C. Albuquerque talks to Reade De Leacy about the BRANCH (wide-neck bifurcation aneurysms of the middle cerebral artery and basilar apex treated by endovascular techniques)- a multicentre, retrospective study comparing core lab evaluation of angiographic outcomes with self-reported outcomes.Read the JNIS Edito ...…
 
Do statins increase the risk of intracerebral haemorrhage (ICH) in patients with a previous stroke? Professor David Werring (Stroke Research Centre, UCL Institute Of Neurology, Queen Square, London, UK) joins Elizabeth Highton (JNNP podcast editor) for the first JNNP podcast of 2019. Read the full paper here: https://jnnp.bmj.com/content/90/1/75…
 
Did you know that up to 3.8?million sports-related concussions occur in the USA annually?As the largest membership organisation representing sports medicine physicians in North America, the AMSSM is perfectly placed to provide advice and guidance to clinicians who are expected to manage every stage of the concussion spectrum.On this week’s epis ...…
 
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