Best Anaesthetics podcasts we could find (Updated January 2019)
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How To Win Friends & Influenza features interviews with distinguished doctors across a range of specialties.It’s designed for junior doctors and medical students who are curious about different specialties and the real life side of medicine, not just the pathophysiology of it.Hear these guests’ stories and learn from their advice, whether it’s immunology, surgery, gastroenterology or something else you’re interested in.
 
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Chronic diseases can strike people of all ages, from foetus to corpse (probably not inclusive). Adolescent medicine is what it sounds like: the branch of medicine that deals with adolescents, particularly when it comes to chronic diseases.In this episode, Dr Linette talks about what adolescent medicine involves and the type of health practition ...…
 
Otolaryngology isn't likely to be any child's first word, but it sure makes for a great Hangman game!In this episode, Dr Faruque talks about the specialty colloquially known as ENT and gems of wisdom for making it onto a specialty program.Theme music by Jordan D. Peterson, a collaboration between Ehsan W. Farshid and Lily Chen.…
 
Skin is good. Skin is great. Skin is important to every person, especially when it comes to quality of life.In this episode, Professor Pablo talks about why dermatology is extremely exciting and matters as a specialty.Theme music by Lily Chen.
 
Nursing and doctoring are hearty friends who hold hands while prancing off into the sunset. Together, their teamwork is something that can make health care great. Long live patient welfare!In this episode, Pete talks about what nursing involves, different types of nursing and how nurses and doctors can work together to make a better patient exp ...…
 
Bones are the putative skeleton of the human body, so it's important that they're not broken. Hold on! They actually are the skeleton! That means we need orthopaedic surgery to fix them.In this episode, Dr Saqib talks about orthopaedic surgery, charitable work and international inequalities in health care.Theme music by Lily Chen.…
 
There are many things that can go wrong in the human body. Luckily, there's a specialty that studies it: pathology. After all, a tissue diagnosis must be made! The show must go on!In this episode, Dr Nicky talks about work, microscopes and social interaction in the specialty of pathology.Theme music by Lily Chen.…
 
The heart isn't actually heart-shaped, but kidneys really are kidney-shaped!In this episode, Dr Lucy talks about renal medicine, how to make it into physician specialty training and finding a job in the modern medical climate.Theme music by Lily Chen.
 
You were once a child, before you became an esteemed listener of fancy podcasts such as this!In this episode, Dr Louisa talks about paediatrics, how it differs from adult medicine and what the training pathway involves.Theme music by Lily Chen.
 
Malignancy is the enemy, ironically composed of cells from the self.In this episode, Dr Fran talks about life as a medical oncologist.Theme music by Lily Chen.
 
Where do you go if you have multi-organ failure and teeter on the cusp of death? An important three-letter acronym: ICU!In this episode, Dr Stuart talks about the hectic life of intensive care medicine, being a good doctor and the importance of morals.Theme music by Lily Chen.
 
We all crave love, but first we require oxygen. Lungs are such needy things!In this episode, Dr Lucy talks about respiratory medicine, pub rock and marriage.Theme music by Lily Chen.
 
Fake medicine is based on hogwash and wizardry, while real medicine is based on evidence and clinical trials. That makes medical research integral to accurate diagnosis and treatment.In this episode, Julia talks about life as a medical researcher, how research applies to medical doctors and the challenges that research involves.Theme music by L ...…
 
Sports is a unique field. It consists of grown adults or small children tossing equipment around according to made-up rules - and somehow having quite a lot of fun doing so. That's why sports medicine is a unique specialty. It deals with the afflictions of active people, often involving acute treatment at the moment of injury, not just chronic ...…
 
Without the heart, there is no mindless muscle bag to pump blood all around the body. Fortunately, cardiology exists to cure, palliate and address issues of this important organ!In this episode, Professor Chris talks about his work as a specialist cardiologist, why he campaigned for public defibrillators and the crucial contribution of being pa ...…
 
Going from medical student to doctor means a life full of money and employment. But what's it really like being a medical intern or resident? Is being a junior doctor akin to administrative slavery or is it a chance to help the world?In this episode, Dr James answers questions about junior doctor life, coffee, spontaneous patient bleeding and w ...…
 
Life is full of infinite possibilities! If you have a medical degree, your future is not confined to the hospital wards.But how can you choose between all the things you want to achieve while you're alive? Is it possible to manage your time so you can be both a doctor and a professional abalone diver?In this episode, Dr Renee Lim talks about ba ...…
 
Your greatest nightmare is here, except this time you're wearing pants!Your hospital patient has a rare case of Aafkhajsdklashkjdasodhsouheihterl Fever and conventional medicines can't cure it. Could it be time to call in a manufacturing pharmacist to whip up something customised for you?In this episode, Allan Fong talks about hospital pharmacy ...…
 
Patients with mental health illnesses can be treated with medication, psychological therapy or a combination of both. But what exactly do psychologists do? Which patients go to them? Which doctors interact with them?In this episode, Juliette talks about what clinical psychology is, why she hasn’t locked her car lately and how examination stress ...…
 
Just like hearts, souls and a working Internet connection, minds are vital things in our modern world. Psychiatry is a discipline of medicine that deals with mental illness and its effects on patients.In this episode, Professor Philip talks about the interesting topics that psychiatry encompasses, the lifestyle of the work and invaluable wisdom ...…
 
Skin is important! How else do you discriminate between all of the delicious fruit and vegetables in the supermarket?As a non-science graduate of a city medical program, Dr Philip talks about his deviation from surgery, his subsequent background as a rural general practitioner and his current range of medical duties.Theme music by Phil Poronnik.…
 
PATIENT IS BLEEDING! EVERYBODY PANIC!That's not what it's really like in a trauma setting, is it?Dr Jeremy talks about the ups and downs of life in trauma, as well as the different training paths that can lead to it.Dr Jeremy is the Director Of Trauma at Westmead Hospital. Additionally, he's involved in breast clinics and medical teaching.Theme ...…
 
You have two eyes and they are very important. Hence, we have ophthalmology.Dr Neil is an ophthalmologist and generally awesome doctor who talks about life in his specialty and honest career considerations for those thinking about undergoing the training.This episode is dedicated to Sarah, gushing fan and amazing supporter.Theme music by Phil P ...…
 
In the endless battle against cancer, there are those brave warriors who specialise in cutting it out. They're called surgical oncologists and they do far more than just operations.Dr Julie talks about the life of a surgical oncologist, patient interaction, the training pathway and her success in maintaining a hugely interesting existence outsi ...…
 
What do palliative care, unicorn pillows and Croatian men have in common?NOTHING. Except they're all in this podcast.In this episode, Dr Katherine talks about her career in palliative care, a branch of medicine that deals with end-of-life patients.Theme music by Phil Poronnik.
 
Are you always the person who cuts birthday cakes? Do you enjoy variety? Are your hands steady? Is your anatomy knowledge quite good? Perhaps surgery is for you.From a first-hand perspective, Dr Corinna gives an overview of the general surgery training and lifestyle. She gives excellent information. She dispels myths. She offers useful advice f ...…
 
Germs. Germs! GERMS! EVERYWHERE!Why would anyone want to study them? Because they're interesting and increasingly relevant globally.In this episode, Dr Elaine talks about her distinguished career progression in the field of infectious diseases and microbiology. If this is a specialty you're even slightly considering, this interview is for you!T ...…
 
Let's talk about studying! Steve Waring shares brilliant insights: Should you go to lectures? What other resources are available? Are you doomed if you come from a non-science background? How can you make the most of your medical school adventure?Steve Waring is a medical student with an appreciation for coffee and anything else pungent enough ...…
 
Let's talk about immunology! Specialist immunologist Dr Sean answers burning questions: What's life in immunology really like? Is it rewarding? Is the training long? Is there work-life balance?Dr Sean Riminton is a specialist immunologist and immunopathologist at Concord Hospital and Royal Prince Alfred Hospital. He's also an Associate Professo ...…
 
This podcast first appeared on Pythagoras Trousers episode 144 on December 12th 2013 In this podcast I explore how our noses work through the science of smell. “Follow your nose” “Stop being Nosy” I’m sure there are more phrases with The post Science of Smell appeared first on Julie Gould » Julie Gould.…
 
This podcast originally appeared on the Pod Delusion, episode 214 on November 22nd 2013. This podcast is an audio adventure from the Abu Dhabi Science Festival 2013 The Abu Dhabi Science Festival 2013 is organised by the Edinburgh International Science Festival group, The post Abu Dhabi Science Festival 2013 appeared first on Julie Gould » Juli ...…
 
This podcast originally appeared on the Pod Delusion, episode 211 on November 1st 2013. Mozfest 2013 was held at Ravensbourne and spanned all 8 floors, each one hosting a variety of web-based activities. In this podcast I focussed mostly on The post Mozfest 2013 appeared first on Julie Gould » Julie Gould.…
 
This podcast originally appeared on Pythagoras Trousers episode 135 on October 10th 2013 This is a podcast about binaural beats. Binaural beats are created when two ever-so-slightly different frequency tones are listened to in the left and right ear. For The post Binaural Beats appeared first on Julie Gould » Julie Gould.…
 
This podcast originally appeared on the Pod Delusion episode 207 on October 4th 2013 This podcast gives a bit of a flavour of the makers and shakers that attended Over The Air 2013. I attended OTA on behalf of The The post Over The Air 2013 appeared first on Julie Gould » Julie Gould.
 
This podcast first appeared on I, Science on February 8th 2013 In this podcast I am at the pre-opening event of the “Extinction: not the end of the world?” exhibition at the Natural History Museum. I speak to some of the scientists The post I, Science – Extinction explained appeared first on Julie Gould » Julie Gould.…
 
This package originally appeared on the Pod Delusion episode 192 on June 21st 2013 On June 13th, the US Supreme courts gave their final verdict on the Association for molecular Pathology vs Myriad Genetics case. The story started in 2009, when the ACLU The post Patenting nature appeared first on Julie Gould » Julie Gould.…
 
This podcast originally appeared on Pythagoras Trousers episode 128 on June 20th 2013. Ever wondered what’s going on inside your gut? For this podcast I spoke several people, as the amount of research in the field of microbiomes and micrbiota The post What’s inside your gut? appeared first on Julie Gould » Julie Gould.…
 
For someone who hasn’t had any brain afflictions, it’s rather difficult to image what it must be like to be dealing with one. These monsters inside people’s heads only show themselves as symptoms, which can be rather frustrating, especially if The post Monsters inside your head appeared first on Julie Gould » Julie Gould.…
 
This podcast originally appeared on the Pod Delusion episode 198 on May 31st 2013 After being absolutely awed at her book, I spoke to Mary Roach, author of Gulp: adventures along the Alimentary Canal about a particularly icky story on The post A not so bedtime story… about faecal transplants appeared first on Julie Gould » Julie Gould.…
 
Would you eat meat that has been grown in a lab rather than taken directly from the animal? This is a question that I’ve been asking as preparations for the first lab-grown burger to be cooked are happening. Prof Mark The post Would you eat laboratory-grown meat? appeared first on Julie Gould » Julie Gould.…
 
This originally appeared on Pythagoras Trousers episode 123 on May 16th 2013 For this podcast I spoke to Thomas Landrain, the founder of La Paillase, a DIY Biology lab in Paris. I wanted to share this piece on here because The post DIY Biology with Thomas Landrain appeared first on Julie Gould » Julie Gould.…
 
As part of the MSc in Science Communication at Imperial College, we were asked at the beginning of January to create a product, any product, that was based on the first semester’s theory. I remember that day. It was, I must admit, The post Wimbledon 2013: The Philosophers Battle appeared first on Julie Gould » Julie Gould.…
 
This podcast was originally on Pythagoras Trousers episode 144 on March 14th 2013 Ichthyostega is believed to be the first creature that first moved from the swamps onto land. In order to accomodate the higher levels of gravitational pull, it The post Ichthyostega appeared first on Julie Gould » Julie Gould.…
 
This podcast originally appeared on Pythagoras Trousers episode 111 on February 21st 2013 This month, I’ve been learning about synthetic biology. With one of the biggest synthetic biology conferences happening at Imperial College in the summer this year, I wanted The post Synthetic Biology appeared first on Julie Gould » Julie Gould.…
 
A few weeks ago, curiosity got the better of me. John Hutchinson, professor of evolutionary biomechanics at the Royal Vetinerary College in London, has a personal website called What’s in John’s freezer? A title like that just begs for an answer, and The post Inside John’s freezer – the grand tour appeared first on Julie Gould » Julie Gould.…
 
Reading scientific papers has always been a challenge, especially in areas that I’m not very clued up on. Now that I’ve been out of the research bubble for a while, it’s become even more difficult. This is why our practical The post Mending a broken heart appeared first on Julie Gould » Julie Gould.
 
This podcast originally appeared on Pythagoras Trousers episode 106 on January 17th 2013 Predicting biodiversity is an interview with Blake Suttle about how we can watch the movements of plants and animals to be able to predict their movement in The post Predicting Biodiversity appeared first on Julie Gould » Julie Gould.…
 
This podcast originally appeared on Pythagoras Trousers episode 101 on December 13th 2012 This is an interview with Jenny Rhon about her research on Urinary Tract Infections. The majority of people have had a UTI, and have been to their The post Urinary Tract Infections appeared first on Julie Gould » Julie Gould.…
 
This podcast originally appeared on Pythagoras Trousers episode 97 on November 15th 2012 This is an interview with PhD student Christopher Emmott about his research on different types of photovoltaic cell. Transcript: On October 22nd, Hurricane Sandy started developing from The post Photovoltaic cell appeared first on Julie Gould » Julie Gould.…
 
This podcast originally appeared on Pythagoras Trousers episode 93 on October 18th 2012 Transcript: Many scientists spend their lives trying to uncover how things work. But some things are more difficult to understand than others; one of these is the The post Anaesthetics and sleep appeared first on Julie Gould » Julie Gould.…
 
It’s not often that I am in the company of those who have written best-selling books about science, history, travelling and world culture. They are very rare people. But last week, during the British Science Festival in Aberdeen, I had The post In conversation with Bill Bryson appeared first on Julie Gould » Julie Gould.…
 
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