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Best Clerkship podcasts we could find (updated May 2020)
Best Clerkship podcasts we could find
Updated May 2020
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A pan-Canadian resident for resident Podcast. The Intern at Work is written by residents for residents, and is meant to serve you better on the wards and on call. Disclaimer: This podcast is intended for educational use only and is not intended as the sole resource for clinical management. All scripts are original scripts. Podcasts produced out of Canada and may contain Canadian specific guidelines.Series created by: Alison LaiDeveloped by: Laiya Carayannopoulos, Zahra MeraliOverseen by: Dan ...
 
We are Woke WOC Docs, a podcast about the lives of womxn of color in medicine/health justice, including their unique experiences, viewpoints, and struggles in education, research, and practice. We want to reveal the insights we as womxn of color uniquely have on how medicine can transform to end health injustices and be a better institution of health, well-being, and healing. Subscribe to us on SoundCloud, iTunes, Spotify or our mailing list: http://bit.ly/subscribewokewocdocs
 
Looking to embark on a career in corporate law? We know it can be hard to differentiate one firm from another, particularly when everyone says they 'do great work with great people'. But what does that mean? Allens Confidential aims to answer that question. Produced by two Allens grads, Geneva Sekula and Roseanna Bricknell, this podcast gives you real insight into what it's like to work at Allens. Got questions about working here? Visit allens.com.au/careers or email careers@allens.com.au
 
Email podcast@pimpedmed.com or tweet @pimpedmed with comments, questions, and episode ideas. Pimped-Ob/Gyn is a podcast aimed at medical, PA, and NP students who are entering their clinical rotation in Ob/Gyn. It covers topics including Your Ob/Gyn Survival Guide-Tips and Tricks, Labor and Delivery, Vaginal deliveries, C-sections, Hysterectomies and more. Each podcast walks you through a portion of what you’ll experience during your clinical rotations, gives you tips for excelling, preps you ...
 
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Take a listen to our first obstetric medicine episode where we discuss gestational hypertension and preeclampsia. Did you know that women who have preeclampsia will have an increased risk of developing cardiovascular complications later in life? This episode was written by Dr. Stephanie Chan (internal medicine resident) and reviewed by Dr. Lisa Ngu…
 
In this episode we cover your approach to the patient with Parkinson's Disease. We discuss key features on history, as well as a focused examination for the features key to this diagnosis. Written by: Dr. Olivia Geen (Internal Medicine Resident) Reviewed by: Dr. Sharon Marr (Geriatrician) and Dr. John Neary (General Internist)…
 
From admiring colleagues' pets to growing bad beards, Partner Tim Stewart and Lawyer Claire Watson discuss working remotely during the COVID-19 pandemic. Tim and Claire recount their experience of the firm-wide transition to working from home and share tips on remaining connected and engaged with Geneva Sekula and new co-host Caitlin Burke.…
 
In this episode, we have the pleasure of interviewing Dr. Vibha Gupta, an emergency medicine doc at Kaiser Oakland and Richmond, and the founder of the No Immigrants No spice non profit. Vibha is second-generation daughter of Indian immigrants, born, bred and raised in the Midwest, and is now firmly transplanted in the Bay Area. As an emergency roo…
 
Today on the show we have two parts. The first is a conversation with the podcast team on Match Day, and then, in the second half, you’ll hear an interview that Lyndsey Gott did with Dr. Brian Goldman way back when she was a CC3. Dr. Goldman (Brian) is an emergency doc, writer, and host of CBC’s White Coat Black Art.More stuff for you to check out:…
 
In this episode, we go through an approach to vasopressors. We talk about the physiology of the receptors they act on, and the scenarios in which we would use the 5 most common vasopressors: Norepinephrine, Vasopressin, Epinephrine, Dopamine and Phenylephrine. We also introduce our latest initiative Medicine Basecamp - which can be found here at ww…
 
Written by Dr. Grace Zhang (internal medicine resident) Reviewed by Dr. Graeme Quest (Hematopathologist) Dr. Siddhartha Srivastava (General Internist) Infographic by: Lucy Lan (Medical Student) Part 2 of our blood transfusion series goes into acute and delayed transfusion reactions. From fever, to TACO to graft vs. host, we cover it all. Most impor…
 
Written by Dr. Grace Zhang (internal medicine resident) Reviewed by Dr. Graeme Quest (Hematopathologist) Dr. Siddhartha Srivastava (General Internist) Infographic by: Lucy Lan (Medical Student) In this episode we go over the indications and typical uses of blood products: including red blood cells, platelets, fibrinogen, PCC and albumin.…
 
Respirology Fellow Dr. Alina Blazer takes us through the management of Acute Asthma Exacerbations! This is not your COPD patient, and clinical manifestations and treatment is different for patients with asthma exacerbations. Also, we talk about long-term management and emerging therapies for asthma exacerbation prevention in the future. As always, …
 
We are wishing everyone lots of love during this time. If you're in the Bay Area, the Freedom Community Clinic created a community mass resource sheet with up-to-date health information on COVID-19 at tinyurl.com/bayareacovid19help.We have the enormous privilege and excitement to talk with Dr. Alicia Fernández, a professor of Medicine, general inte…
 
In late 2019, hosts Roseanna Bricknell and Geneva Sekula had the opportunity to catch up with Linklaters Counsel (and former Allens employee) Andrew Marshall. Andrew reflects on his experience transitioning from Allens in Australia to the Linklaters office in London and explains what being part of a global alliance means in practice for all Allens …
 
In this special episode, we speak with Dr. Isaac Bogoch (Infectious Diseases, University of Toronto, Toronto General Hospital) about the epidemic of the novel coronavirus in 2019. This podcast was recorded on February 5, 2020 and we are seeing new information and learning more about the virus every day. Stay up-to-date with your institutional polic…
 
Feel like your knowledge about the adrenal glands is... insufficient? In today's episode we discuss the approach to a patient with adrenal insufficiency, including primary vs secondary, work up and management. Written by: Dr. Hernan Franco (Internal Medicine Resident) Reviewed by: Dr. Meera Luthra (Endocrinologist) and Dr. Kajenny Srivaratharajah (…
 
In this episode we sit down with Dr. Roochi Arora (Breast malignancy and melanoma fellow), who takes us through the pertinent components of an approach to breast cancer for the internist. In particular, we go through a case of a patient returning to hospital with metastatic breast cancer- how to manage her potential complications, work up of the ma…
 
This episode helps us understand the concept of autoimmunity first, taking us through the complex pathophysiology of ulcerative colitis. We then discuss intestinal and extra-intestinal manifestations of the disease and an approach to the acute UC flare. Written by: Dr. Anthony Sandre (Internal Medicine Resident) Reviewed by: Dr. Ted Xenodemetropoul…
 
On this episode, Matt Breton, a med student from the University of Toronto, joins the show to talk about his non-clinical pearls for clerkship. You can check out his article on the subject in the Fall 2019 edition of Scrub-In here (page 16): scrub-in.dgtlpub.com/2019/2019-09-30/home.phpSome mindfulness resources:1. Jon Kabat- Zinn: youtube.com/watc…
 
This week we discuss a common E.D presentation- acute monoarthritis! First: rule out septic arthritis. Then: consider other diagnoses such as gout, seronegative arthritis and hemarthrosis. We go through the pathophysiology, diagnostic techniques and management of these common conditions. Written by: Dr. Teresa Semalulu (Internal Medicine Resident) …
 
For the final episode of Season 3 of Allens Confidential, hosts Rose and Geneva go straight to the source and speak to graduate recruiters Lauren Kay from Sydney and Manreet Singh from Melbourne. With summer clerkships about to commence, Lauren and Manreet reflect on the application process and provide insight into what the firm is looking for in i…
 
On this very special episode of the Intern at Work, we want to take the opportunity to invite you, our listeners, to take part in a research study regarding the use of internal medicine podcasts in postgraduate medical training. We invite any listeners who are internal medicine residents in their PGY1 or PGY2 year, to take part in this study. Speci…
 
In this episode, we take you through the differential diagnosis for patients presenting with syncope, including common mimickers. We discuss cardiac and non-cardiac causes, and when further investigations are warranted, and more! Written by: Nikita Malhotra (Cardiology Fellow) Reviewed by: Dr. Juan Guzman (General Internist), Dr. John Neary (Genera…
 
Check out our conversation with Dr. Erin Beattie, a family doc at the Queen’s Family Health Team, Career Advisor, and Clinical Skills Tutor. We discuss her path toward medicine and her career progression. She shares some of the joys and challenges of life in and outside medicine and how to navigate both. We think her honest and heartfelt advice wil…
 
We are so grateful to the 100+ people who attended our live podcast recording at Red Bay Coffee in Oakland on September 27. We're hella excited for our listeners to hear the amazing wisdom and energy of the room when womxn of color healers from Oakland talk about the healing, movement, and social change in the beloved Town. The intro and Bernie's m…
 
This episode walks you through our approach to perioperative management, with a focus on cardiovascular risk and medications - featuring the most recent CCS guidelines! Written by: Dr. Jonah Himelfarb (Internal Medicine Resident) Reviewed by: Dr. Louise Harris (Cardiologist) and Dr. Savannah Cardew (General Internist)…
 
Grace Walton, Associate in our Technology, Media & Telecommunications (TMT) team, and Mohamed Khairat, Associate in Projects & Development, joined our graduate program via two different paths. Grace began as a clerk and Mo joined as graduate. During their early days at Allens, they shared an office and co-founded a TMT 'zen zone'. In this episode, …
 
In this episode, we discuss the etiologies, clinical presentation and treatment of thrombocytosis. From reactive thrombocytosis to autonomous thrombocytosis, we talk about it all. Our medicine minute addresses a World War II era therapy that is no longer used, but might be considered for a specific population! If you haven't already, listen to our …
 
Join us, Woke WOC Docs, for a live podcast recording and community celebration with womxn of color healers rooted in Oakland! Together, we talk more about healing by and for womxn of color and communities in Oakland and how various healing practices, frameworks, and modalities can work together for community medicine and healing.As Woke WOC Docs ha…
 
Allens' global alliance with Linklaters opens up a world of opportunities, matters and cultural exchanges. Beyond amazing secondment possibilities, the alliance gives our people the ability to work with world's best lawyers on the most complex multijurisdictional matters in the market. Just ask Allens Partner Christopher Kerrigan and Senior Oversea…
 
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