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GeriPal

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Alex Smith, Eric Widera

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A geriatrics and palliative care podcast for every health care professional. We invite the brightest minds in geriatrics, hospice, and palliative care to talk about the topics that you care most about, ranging from recently published research in the field to controversies that keep us up at night. You'll laugh, learn and maybe sing along. Hosted by Eric Widera and Alex Smith.
 
America's costly and complicated health care system faces an enormous burden: fixing the flaws the pandemic has revealed in our health care system. Addressing these flaws will require us to tackle hard questions with no easy answers. It will require Tradeoffs. Long-time health care reporter Dan Gorenstein hosts an examination of health care, policy, and people; and the weighty decisions we all find ourselves faced with. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
Supercharge your learning and enhance your practice with this Internal Medicine Podcast featuring board certified Internists as they interview the experts to bring you clinical pearls, practice changing knowledge and bad puns. Doctors Matthew Watto, Stuart Brigham, Paul Williams and friends (a national network of students, residents and clinician educators) deliver a little knowledge food for your brain hole. Yummy! No boring lectures here, just high value content and a healthy dose of humor ...
 
Four healthily skeptical primary care physicians discuss the latest in primary care medicine. Join Essential Evidence Editor Mark Ebell MD, JFP editor John Hickner MD, Rush University's Kate Rowland MD, and POEMs co-founder Henry Barry MD, for this fast-paced weekly update on evidence-based primary care.
 
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Ethics Talk

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AMA Journal of Ethics

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High-stakes ethics decisions are common in health care. What should you do? Each month, the AMA Journal of Ethics’ podcast, Ethics Talk, features interviews with influential experts and leaders on a wide range of cultural, historical, legal, and social topics in health care ethics. We sort through interesting, important, and difficult questions, talk about how to weigh competing values, and offer strategies for navigating real world tough cases.
 
The Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency hosts conversations and interviews with people in our community. We discuss current issues, address myths and common questions, and think about what we can do to best protect the public and support the safe delivery of health care in Australia.
 
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The NursePreneur Podcast

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Catie Harris, PhD, MBA, and Registered Nurse is the NursePreneur Mentor who has empowered hundreds of nurses to monetize their knowledge and skills in business, while inspiring them to change the way healthcare is perceived and delivered. The NursePreneur Podcast is about Business + Marketing businesses that nurses have created. Learn more: http://www.CatieHarris.com
 
This podcast is for general informational and educational purposes only and is not to be considered as medical advice for any particular patient. Clinicians must rely on their own informed clinical judgment in making recommendations to their patients. ©2016 by Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, all rights reserved.
 
A podcast dedicate to the thousands of unpaid caregivers in Houston and the loved ones they care for. Find out more at www.aarp.org/HoustonPTC and help us to provide better Caregiving resources by filling out this survey: https://aarp.co1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_6EkgZ8A8REjFuRf
 
Managing health extends beyond hospital doors. In an age where technology innovations are king, providers and patients are all asking the same question, "Why is this so hard!?". Until it's Fixed tackles the current problems, tough questions and highlights how health care technology is reshaping the health care system.
 
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The latest reports indicate that the Covid-19 booster shots are surpassing early vaccination doses by almost half. The news comes as thousands remain unvaccinated, whether by choice, fear or circumstance. Whatever the situation, what is clear is that many questions still surround the vaccines and boosters. Dr. Abdul-Aziz Alhassan is Alternate Local…
 
On this episode of the podcast, I discuss my approach and strategies to handle grapefruit juice interactions. Grapefruit juice causes drug interactions by inhibiting the CYP enzyme system. More specifically, it inhibits CYP3A4 which is responsible for the breakdown of many medications. Quantity is always an important consideration when assessing gr…
 
Symptoms tend to be worse in the morning. Approximately a quarter of cases present without pain. And erythema is not generally a sign. Jay Mehta, MD, MS, attending physician, Division of Rheumatology, Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, reviews juvenile idiopathic arthritis (JIA), one of the most common chronic diseases of childhood. He discusses:…
 
Twila Brase, R. N., is the founder and president of Citizens Council for Health Freedom. She discusses whether there is an overcapacity crisis, where fired professionals will ultimately end up, whether patient safety has anything to do with the mandates, and how hospitals are coping with reduced staff. Are patients at risk? Certainly, when you show…
 
President Biden wanted to spend $400 billion to help older and disabled Americans get health care at home, but the proposal has been cut by more than half as Democrats work to pare back their $3.5 trillion spending package. [This episode was originally published on April 8, 2021.] Guests: Howard Gleckman, Senior Fellow, Urban Institute Rachel Werne…
 
As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to take a toll on the nation a year-and-a-half later, public health workers, leaders, and researchers alike are still grappling with ways to convince a large swath of Americans to roll up their sleeves and get vaccinated.Even as cases and deaths decline nationally, states like Alaska continue to ration care as hos…
 
In this episode, host Tash Miles talks to two doctors about some of their experiences over the past two years. From NSW, Dr Charles Jenkinson, cardiothorasic surgeon final year trainee and Chair of the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons Trainees' Association and from Victoria, Dr Sophie Thorn, junior doctor working in an emergency department. J…
 
Welcome to the Shelf Care Interview, an occasional conversation series where Booklist talks to book people. This Shelf Care Interview is sponsored by Random House Children's Books.In this latest installment, Sarah Hunter talks to Dave Scheidt and Miranda Harmon, creators of MAYOR GOOD BOY. Dave Scheidt is a radical dude from Chicago. When he's not …
 
Bryan’s off this week, so Brandon flies solo to explain five wrong-headed notions that many people believe without thinking about them. Are diuretic infusions more effective than intermittent boluses? Are antipsychotic (neuroleptic) agents a good treatment for ICU delirium? Is pressure control or volume control a better form of assist control? Does…
 
In this episode Ron chats with Dr. Bill Bestermann. Here, they discuss what Bill considers to be the best practices to provide healthcare. Bill believes if best practices are used and there is a heavier focus more on preventative care it would drastically drive down costs. Bill states that success is going to require a combination of new science, n…
 
“The take home message of this study is NOT that primary palliative care does not work.” So says Yael Schenker of the negative study of an oncology nurse-led primary palliative care intervention for people with advanced cancer. And we pushed Yael and Bob Arnold (senior author) on this point - we have several negative studies of primary palliative c…
 
Working in General Practice can be challenging at the best of times, but needless to say has been more challenging of late. Lisa and Sara are joined by Dr Rachel Morris; GP, coach and host of You are not a Frog Podcast. She talks us through her top tips for looking after yourself in general practice. These include: the importance of framing this di…
 
In this 213th episode we take the show on the road in front of a live audience at Anesthesiology 2021 in San Diego! I interview Dr. Aditee Ambardekar about her programatic leadership roles at UT Southwestern and the ACGME and we also discuss her practice with pediatric burn anesthesia. I also interview Dr. Doug Bacon about his interest in the histo…
 
reading climate futures with adriene jenik of eco tarotdiscuss using tarot as a tool for reflecting on climate change and eco grief, being a death doula beginning in the 1980s during the AIDs crisis, and the importance of being in anti-racist white spaces. follow on instagram: @ecotarotwebsite/order the deck: https://ajenik.faculty.asu.edu/support …
 
play_arrow ICU Primary Bedside Preparation Part 4 Dr Swapnil Pawar In this episode, we discuss the bedside preparation for the ICU Primary exam. The key topics discussed in this podcast – Anatomy of brainstem reflexes Pharmacology of mannitol and hypertonic saline Pharmacology of Phenytoin and Levetiracetam. The post ICU Primary Bedside Preparation…
 
Literature Review Series May/June 2021 Special Guests: Nikko Bonavoglia, PharmD and Alyssa White, PharmD Reference List: https://pharmacytodose.files.wordpress.com/2021/09/may_june-2021-references.pdf 06:40 – Six pack of studies; 41:00 – Anticoagulation/Reversal “Let it Bleed”; 55:40 – Sepsis with a sprinkle of random “Start Me Up”; 69:35 – PADIS “…
 
Highlights Introduction | Callie Chamberlain kicks off the episode with some background on health literacy – the ability of patients to access, understand and use medical information to make health care decisions. 1:57 Interview: Lambert van der Walde | Lambert van der Walde, who lead the publication of the UnitedHealth Group health literacy resear…
 
Mastering Intensive Care is back after a lengthy break with an episode featuring senior ICU dietitian Dr Emma Ridley. Emma is a Senior Research Fellow and a NHMRC Emerging Leadership Fellow at the Australian and New Zealand Intensive Care Research Centre (ANZIC-RC) at Monash University in Melbourne, where she leads the Nutrition Program. Emma has 1…
 
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