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The Clinical Research Podcast discusses topics and ideas that we as clinical researchers want to know. This podcast is for anyone who is interested in getting into the clinical research field as well as people that are interested in being apart of a passionate research community. Subscribe to the youtube channel here -> https://www.youtube.com/eliteclinicalresearch Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/clinical-research-podcast/support
 
Clinical research and clinical trial management form the backbone of drug and device approvals worldwide. Learn from the leading industry experts to build and advance your clinical research career. You'll hear from sponsors, clinical research organizations, and clinical trial sites around the globe. This show is for all current and aspiring clinical research professionals including clinical research associates (CRA), clinical operations managers, study managers, biostatisticians, medical doc ...
 
The SIM podcast is dedicated to helping students, residents, and physicians achieve success in medicine. With interviews and a review of research in different areas, including career advancement, financial success, and well-being, as well as clinical and non-clinical careers in medicine, Drs. Samir Desai and Rajani Katta present evidence-based advice and a range of insider perspectives.
 
Sciographies introduces listeners to scientists at Dalhousie University. Each episode explores events in our guest’s life that left an impression powerful enough to lead them to their career in science. Guests will also talk about their research and provide thought-provoking commentary on topics like climate change, cannabis research, endangered species and more.
 
Thinking Nutrition is all about presenting the latest nutrition research in plain language and then translating this into what it means for your health. Dr Tim Crowe is a career nutrition research scientist and an Advanced Accredited Practising Dietitian. Tim has over 25 years of research and teaching experience in the university and public health sectors, covering areas of basic laboratory research, clinical nutrition trials and public health nutrition. He now works chiefly as a freelance h ...
 
How prepared are recent graduates for their careers? What are the most important skills to develop? How do we navigate the wealth of information and recognize and combat misinformation? In this podcast, host Zach Walston, a physical therapist, researcher, and educator, will address these questions. Conversations with invited guests and thought leaders will cover the topics skimmed over or altogether skipped in school. As Richard Feynman said, “Science is the belief in the ignorance of expert ...
 
Interviews with authors of articles from JAMA Surgery. JAMA Surgery is an international peer-reviewed journal that promotes the art and science of surgery by publishing relevant peer-reviewed research to assist the surgeon in optimizing patient care. JAMA Surgery also serves as a forum for the discussion of issues pertinent to surgery, such as the education and training of the surgical workforce, quality improvement, and the ethics and economics of healthcare delivery.
 
After spending time in academia and exploring the unknown, the industry often seems too limited scientifically to those finishing a PhD. We will explore the bridge between the industry and academia to understand how basic scientific findings take shape into products and strategies. We will also follow the career paths of researchers who are in academia or outside of it, professionals that made their choice, followed it through and come to us to tell all about it. Academia or not? And if not, ...
 
Doctor's Digest was created to fill a need unanimously voiced by physicians in a market research project headed by The Matalia Group, November 2004. This research showed that busy physicians want brief, practical and easy-to-use solutions for their non-clinical, practice-related problems so they can continue to focus their time and energy on helping patients.
 
🎆 Episode 1 - May to Everyday, Mental Health Awareness 🎆 Ep. 2 - Careers in 2 years: Certified Occupational Therapy Assistants 🎆 Ep. 3 - "The Science of Exercise and Pain" Explained 🎆 Ep. 4 - New Initiatives, Education, and Research in Health 🎆 Ep. 5 - Health Disparities 🎆 Ep. 6 - Colorblindness and Equity 🎆 Ep. 7 - Holiday Heart and Blues 🎆 Ep. 8 - Pain Course 🎆 Ep. 9 - What Health and Academia can learn from Sports History 🎆 Ep. 10 When Leaders Lead by Leaving 🎆 Ep. 11 Social Distancing an ...
 
Ready to become a Clinical Research Associate, and you wonder what to do next, or what prerequisites are required? Have you been applying for CRA positions with no response? Or, are you new to the CRA role, and wonder what to expect? These are some questions that Clinical Research Professional, Elizabeth Waddell, dives into on her Let's Get Clinical Podcast. In addition to her online courses and step-by-guides, each episode is designed to help YOU pursue a career in clinical research while p ...
 
Dr. Hal Scherz Hal C. Scherz MD has been practicing pediatric urology for 23 years. He has been in private practice in San Diego, California and in Atlanta, Georgia and has been on the faculty of the University of California- San Diego and Emory University. He has been involved in resident and fellow training for all of his career, and has published over 75 peer reviewed articles and contributed chapters to 6 academic texts. He has been a reviewer for over 20 years for the major peer reviewe ...
 
The Hematologist is the member newsletter of American Society of Hematology (ASH). It is designed for the broad constituency of ASH, all working toward the ultimate goal of conquering blood diseases. The Hematologist updates readers about important developments in the field of hematology and highlights what ASH is doing for its members.
 
Supported by a Wellcome Trust Public Engagement grant (2006-2008) in the History of Medicine to Professor Tilli Tansey (QMUL) and Professor Leslie Iversen (Oxford), the History of Modern Biomedicine Research Group at Queen Mary, University of London presents a series of podcasts on the history of neuroscience featuring eminent people in the field: Professor Roger Ordidge studied physics at the University of Nottingham, and went on to obtain his PhD in 1981 under the supervision of Professor ...
 
Welcome to the Doctor Money Matters podcast. I am your host Dr. Tarang Patel, a practicing diagnostic radiologist in Phoenix, AZ. I started this podcast as a way to share knowledge about financial matters as they relate to health care professionals. We spent many years learning about the science and art of providing patient care but most of us have relatively little knowledge about reaching financial well being. I know that I had no formal training in setting up investment accounts, negotiat ...
 
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Starting a career in clinical research with little or no experience can be difficult. Equally challenging is for hiring managers to find candidates that are a cultural fit for the organization. In this interview, I invited my close friend and mentor Chris Lewis to talk about his process of attracting, hiring, and retaining talent in clinical resear…
 
Summary: In this episode, I discuss whether stretching should be used for injury prevention, rehabilitation, improving athletic performance, or improving mobility. Stretching has been passed down unquestioned for generations in athletics and healthcare. As a physical therapist, I was taught stretching in graduate school and I routinely witness stre…
 
Should I Use TN1 Visa to be a CRA in USA? Don't forget to Subscribe for new content! Subscribe: https://youtube.com/eliteclinicalrese...Call or Text: 910-502-3732 Email: eliteclinicalgroup@gmail.com Podcast: https://anchor.fm/clinical-research-p...Steemit: https://steemit.com/@ecrgmediaAdvertise: eliteclinicalgroup@gmail.com Watch: » Industry News:…
 
Joanne Kamens runs every molecular biologist's favorite non-profit organization, Addgene. They distribute 90,657 plasmids on behalf of 4,366 labs from around the world and to more than 100 countries. Joanne made the journey from an academic research training, through long years of applying her skills in the biotech industry, and now running a non-p…
 
Sleep is like good nutrition for your brain. Poor sleep is like putting your brain on a junk food diet – literally. Now a growing pool of research is linking poor sleep habits and disrupted sleep patterns from shift work with adverse health problems that include obesity and metabolic conditions such as type 2 diabetes and heart disease. In this pod…
 
In this episode, we interview Dr. Tess Cyrus. She’s an economist and associate professor with Dalhousie’s Department of Economics. Dr. Cyrus grew up in sunny California, just a stone’s throw away from Disneyland. As a self- proclaimed bookworm, she spent hours on end reading anything she could get her hands on. That natural curiosity sparked her de…
 
Summary: In this episode, I speak with Dr. Patrick Berner, PT, DPT, RDN about integrating nutrition into physical therapy practice. Patrick is one of only a handful of dual DPT/RDN clinicians in the United States. He provides a valuable perspective for any physio seeking to provide a comprehensive plan of care for patients. Patrick discusses the im…
 
Should I Quit My Job to Pursue Clinical Research? Don't forget to Subscribe for new content! Subscribe: https://youtube.com/eliteclinicalrese...Call or Text: 910-502-3732 Email: eliteclinicalgroup@gmail.com Podcast: https://anchor.fm/clinical-research-p...Steemit: https://steemit.com/@ecrgmediaAdvertise: eliteclinicalgroup@gmail.com Watch: » Indust…
 
Hangovers are the body's way of reminding us about the hazards of overindulgence. In this podcast, I’ll delve into what goes on behind the scenes to cause a hangover. I’ll then explore what science has to say about all those supposed ‘hangover cures’. And finally, I’ll outline the practical things that are in your control to help prevent and treat …
 
Just before releasing some of our newest interviews, Lena and Ofer share what they had learned thus far and where they want to expand in the upcoming season of mAcademia. We are excited to bring new stories, new bridges being formed, and great insights to career planning for the academic researcher. Enjoy :-) Episode music - Funkorama by Kevin MacL…
 
This week, we dig into the mailbag to answer your questions! What’s in a Name? We start with an email from Tegner about what happens when your department changes its name before you even begin your trainining: I have recently been admitted and have accepted admission to a PhD program in “Immunology and Infectious Disease.” […] The post 143. Mailbag…
 
In this installment of The Hematologist podcast and the COVID-19 podcast series, Editor-in-Chief Dr. Laura Michaelis has a conversation with Chair of the ASH Committee on Practice Dr. Chancellor Donald and Chair of the ASH Committee on Government Relations Dr. Alan Rosmarin about ASH advocacy initiatives, how advocacy has changed as a result of the…
 
In this episode, we interview Dr. Mark Stradiotto. He’s a chemist and professor with Dalhousie’s Department of Chemistry. He has also won teaching awards and is the most recent recipient of Dal’s Arthur B. McDonald Chair of research Excellence. Dr. Stradiotto wasn’t planning on becoming a chemist until his third year of university, when a course in…
 
What leads patients to search for alternative treatments than those offered in Western Medicine? How can we provide patients with safer complimentary interventions? How do we prioritize what is important in our patients health? Show notes, Transcript and References: https://www.coreimpodcast.com/2020/10/15/approach-to-patients-with-cam-beliefs/ Tim…
 
Summary: In this episode, I address the importance of scientific curiosity. Doubt and curiosity are foundations to build knowledge. If we fail to remain curious, our emotions and bias take over. I discuss our curiosity is integrated into clinical practice and how it is used to help patients and grow professionally. Quotes: “The question of doubt an…
 
In this installment, The Hematologist Editor-in-Chief Dr. Laura Michaelis has a conversation with 2020 ASH President Dr. Stephanie Lee. They discuss the latest ASH COVID-19 resources and updates to existing ones, and how Dr. Lee has been dealing with the pandemic since we last heard from her on the very first episode in this series back in March. F…
 
Feeling sleepy after a big meal? Is moving to the couch the only activity you’re capable of after Christmas lunch? You may just have been the victim of a food coma. Food comas are a real thing. And there is plenty of science to explain why the food binge you just took part in has done what it has to you. In this podcast, I explore the food coma in …
 
When Should You Update Your Resume For Clinical Research? Don't forget to Subscribe for new content! Subscribe: https://youtube.com/eliteclinicalrese...Call or Text: 910-502-3732 Email: eliteclinicalgroup@gmail.com Podcast: https://anchor.fm/clinical-research-p...Steemit: https://steemit.com/@ecrgmediaAdvertise: eliteclinicalgroup@gmail.com Watch: …
 
The strongest medical school interview responses are those that are unique to you. Creating these types of responses relies on being able to discuss and highlight your unique interests, strengths, goals, and experiences. That's why it's so important to review and analyze all of the activities that you have been able to take part in. Reviewing your …
 
Summary: In this episode, I speak with Dr. Ben Fung about a variety of gaps in physical therapy practice. Unable to limit his answer to a single gap clinicians experience, he breaks down current challenges to economic, practice, and workplace gaps. Ben discusses the importance of showing value and discussing the business side of PT. He discusses ch…
 
Masters in Clinical Research To CRA Don't forget to Subscribe for new content! Subscribe: https://youtube.com/eliteclinicalrese...Call or Text: 910-502-3732 Email: eliteclinicalgroup@gmail.com Podcast: https://anchor.fm/clinical-research-p...Steemit: https://steemit.com/@ecrgmediaAdvertise: eliteclinicalgroup@gmail.com Watch: » Industry News: https…
 
Multivitamin supplements are big business. Pharmacy and supermarket shelves groan under the weight of choice available to us. So, if you’re serious about your health, should you be taking one of these even if it is just as an insurance policy for a less-than-perfect diet? While multivitamins won't boost your health as much as what people believe, t…
 
In this episode, Alison Bailey hosts Jane Linderbaum, Disty Pearson, and George Rodgers in a discussion on the College’s recent competency statement chaired by this group regarding clinical competencies for nurse practitioners and physician assistants in cardiovascular medicine.
 
The march toward the free market VS the march toward Socialism We've seen over the past six months the impact of fear when it comes to our health. Scott Barbour steps back into the Doctor's Lounge with the proposition - "This election is about whether or not we will have Socialized medicine" There are only 2 ways to allocate scarce resources 1) Rat…
 
In this episode, we interview Dr. Tim Bardouille. He’s a medical physicist and assistant professor with Dalhousie’s Department of Physics and Atmospheric Sciences. An early fascination with technology and philosophy sparked his desire to study physics. When he learned about medical physics — a field focused on the role physics can play when applied…
 
UK CTA To Move to USA to Be a CRA? Don't forget to Subscribe for new content! Subscribe: https://youtube.com/eliteclinicalrese...Call or Text: 910-502-3732 Email: eliteclinicalgroup@gmail.com Podcast: https://anchor.fm/clinical-research-p...Steemit: https://steemit.com/@ecrgmediaAdvertise: eliteclinicalgroup@gmail.com Watch: » Industry News: https:…
 
In this installment, The Hematologist Editor-in-Chief Dr. Laura Michaelis has a conversation with Dr. Evan Bloch of Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. They discuss the latest updates on convalescent plasma. Find additional ASH resources available to help the hematology community be prepared and proactive during the COVID-19 public health …
 
When Dr. Kenneth Gibbs talks about diversity and inclusion in the sciences, it’s not just a cause célèbre. It’s personal. “For those of you who don’t know me, I am a Black man. A descendent from enslaved Africans here in America, so my family has been here for hundreds of years. That’s part of my […] The post 142. Advancing Racial Equity in Science…
 
Punching people in the face with facts doesn't work, yet, that is how we often approach "debates." In this episode, I tackle clinical debates. I discuss the need for debates and holding ourselves and one another accountable. I look at the influence of cognitive dissonance and our bias on clinical decisions. Instead of telling someone all the reason…
 
How can we feel more comfortable in treating these patients? What treatment options do we now have in our toolbox to fight COVID-19? How has the landscape changed in what we can offer patients? Show notes, Transcript and References: https://www.coreimpodcast.com/2020/09/30/covid-management/ Get CME-MOC credit with ACP: https://www.acponline.org/cme…
 
Bowel cancer (also called colon or colorectal cancer) ranks as one of Australia’s most common cancers, especially for people aged over 50. This is one form of cancer where diet and lifestyle choices play a big part in changing a person’s risk of developing it. That actually makes it a good news story because lifestyle factors are changeable. In thi…
 
In this episode, Alison Bailey hosts Susan Smyth, Nancy Albert, and Bob Harrington, who are successful clinicians across the cardiovascular spectrum of basic science, clinical cardiology, and nursing science and education, in a discussion about developing a successful career that includes research.
 
There are some questions that we can confidently say you will be asked at every medical school admissions interview. "Why are you interested in our medical school" is certainly one of them. Unfortunately, many applicants fail to develop and deliver an answer that resonates with their interviewers. In this episode, Dr. Rajani Katta and Dr. Samir Des…
 
After all those hours spent in class and studying for the MCAT, not to mention poring over your application and personal statement to make sure it's just right, you've received the words you've been waiting to hear. "We would like to invite you for an interview..." The final hurdle in the medical school admissions process is the interview. But how …
 
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In this episode, I speak with Dr. Beth Collier. Beth has truly lived the life of a lifelong learner having completed her DPT, a residency, two fellowships (education and manual therapy), and is enrolled in an Ed.D. program. We discuss the various strategies to further our personal and professional development, both through formal and informal educa…
 
In this episode we interview Dr. Hal Whitehead in his backyard, which overlooks the ocean in Herring Cove, Nova Scotia. Dr. Whitehead is a marine biologist, a professor in the Department of Biology, and author of several books. His interest in animal behaviour led to a scientific career studying the cultural lives of whales (even though his academi…
 
To exercise fasted or fed? It’s a controversial topic with strong views coming from both camps. For those promoting weight loss, exercising fasted is often an essential criterion to ensure the most ‘fat burning’ possible. Then there is the opposing argument that you want to be well-fuelled before activity to help power the length and duration of yo…
 
In this episode, I discuss the importance of individual care. Translating research into clinical practice is a challenge. The challenge is intensified when we have a poor understanding of statistics, or when we rely too heavily on averages. I discuss the issues with standardizing treatment approaches, adopting specific "schools of thought," and app…
 
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