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Rounding@IOWA

University of Iowa Carver College of Medicine Continuing Medical Education

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Rounding@IOWA is an interprofessional continuing education podcast created by and for the health care team. Join Dr. Gerry Clancy from University of Iowa Health Care as he and his guests explore emerging topics in health care.
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Best Podcast in Baseball

St. Louis Post-Dispatch

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St. Louis Post-Dispatch baseball writer Derrick Goold and other sports columnists and reporters discuss the St. Louis Cardinals, MLB and anything tangentially related to the national pastime and the city that adores it.
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YouTuber (I created usapang pera) I'm a Webmaster, Animator, Voice Actor & I'm Allergic to Sea Foods!!! Welcome to my podcast & joke channel - New Podcast every Monday.
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Sharing articles, studies and best practices to WORK SAFER. For more free occupational health, safety, and environmental protection training and tips, subscribe to the YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/atenciogabriel?sub_confirmation=1 Thanks for listening and BeSafe!
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People you’ve never heard of. Places you’ve only imagined. Things which may surprise you. Join Seth as he discovers remarkable stories which will educate, inspire, and challenge you. Seth is an American expat, photographer, registered nurse, husband to an Icelander, and a student pilot who brings endless curiosity to each conversation. Tune in with your favorite podcast app for our biweekly episodes, or join the conversation on Instagram @curiosityshire.
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I'm starting a conversation on the things that really matter. The deeper rooted issues, the controversial topics and the problems we all face in life, that many of us find it too taboo or difficult to talk about. My aim is to change societies outlook on real life struggles that we tend to hide behind closed doors; normalising conversation on our emotions, mental health, grief, body, gender and so much more. I want us to live in a world where we come together to communicate and support with o ...
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DJ Sampson has been a DJ for 11 years. He mainly performs dancehall, soca and hip hop. But, on occasion he plays pop and trap music. He began to DJ in primary school and gained popularity for his mixes in high school. He has also won 3rd in #soyouthinkyoucandj 2 years in a row; 2013 and 2014. A DJ team competition for high school students in the GTA. DJ Sampson previously worked on Fusion Radio every Saturday @ 9pm Eastern Standard Time in the Urban Sensations Mixshow. This show occurred fro ...
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Following closely behind the Cardinals' 3-0 victory against the Cubs at Wrigley Field and each team's 49th game this season decided by three or fewer runs, a question was presented to KMOX/1120 AM's Kevin Wheeler. What are the traits necessary for a team to do well in so many slim-margin games? As a guest on a brand-new edition of the Best Podcast …
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Join Dr. Clancy and Dr. Donaldson as they discuss heat-related illnesses-prevention, early interventions out in the field, and diagnostic and emergency resuscitation measures. CME Credit Available: https://uiowa.cloud-cme.com/course/courseoverview?P=0&EID=66600 References/Resources: Association of Extreme Heat with All-Cause Mortality in the Contig…
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When it comes to evaluating a farm system, few things offer a better glimpse of the external view than the trade deadline and nothing gives greater clarity on the internal view than when there's a need at the major-league level. Consider the Cardinals. St. Louis Post-Dispatch baseball writer Daniel Guerrero recently visited Memphis, Tennessee, to s…
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In this episode of the Survival Medicine Podcast, Dr. Joe Alton and Nurse PractitionerAlton discuss the recent outbreak of tuberculosis cases on the West Coast, and how to prevent it from affecting your family in good times or bad. Don't worry, it's not an epidemic in the U.S., even though it accounted for more than a million deaths in Africa and A…
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"That gets to the frustration of Cubs fans," says The Athletic senior writer Patrick Mooney. "Of like look at this division and why is the approach so measured and logical all the time to its extreme? ... That drives Cubs fans crazy with good reason." "It's where Cubs and Cardinals fans agree," continues Post-Dispatch baseball writer Derrick Goold.…
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Since the Boston Red Sox last bested the Cardinals nearly 11 years ago in one of their recurring World Series appointments, the Red Sox have had three last-place finishes and the Cardinals have slowly faded and fallen, like the leaves, into a decadelong cold snap without a World Series appearance. For these two October rivals, once legends of fall …
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Vaping is perceived by some as a safer alternative to smoking, but is that the case? Join our clinical experts and a recent lung transplant recipient for a discussion of the dangers of vaping nicotine products and THC. CME Credit Available: https://uiowa.cloud-cme.com/course/courseoverview?P=0&EID=66441 Host: Gerard Clancy, MD Senior Associate Dean…
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With apologies to colleague and Post-Dispatch food critic Ian Froeb, we're talking about meatballs in this episode of the Best Podcast in Baseball. Meatballs and super-sizing. Post-Dispatch sports columnist Ben Frederickson joins the Best Podcast in Baseball, and using his column as a map he and Post-Dispatch baseball writer Derrick Goold explore t…
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Less than a month after two of the Cardinals' leading young position players started opening day side by side in outfield, bringing a glimpse of the future into the present, Jordan Walker and Victor Scott II are reunited this weekend at Class AAA Memphis. Early season offensive struggles have led to both outfieldres being optioned to the Cardinals'…
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Whether it was the style of play still expected of the team, the restoration of championship expectations, or the devoted fans that filled the ballpark and informed and inspired generations to come, the 1980s teams of Whitey Herzog were a force multiplier for Cardinals history. They amplified the reach and the devotion of the fans. And Herzog was t…
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In this episode of the Survival Medicine Podcast, Dr. Joe and Nurse Amy Alton discuss important tips on controlling bleeding wounds (18 tips, as a matter of fact!), The cover-up (alleged) of the true origins of COVID-19 by the powers that be, biologic weapons in warfare, the pros and cons of the LifeVac dechoking device, and how to prevent lighthea…
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As the Cardinals head west for the second time in the first month of the regular season, they do so lugging the baggage from one of the least productive lineups in the majors. The Cardinals' rank in the bottom five for many significant offensive categories. Four of the team's home runs have come from the catcher position, none from third baseman No…
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Join Dr. Clancy and his guests, Dr. Flaum and Dr. Nopoulos as they discuss the historical and current research on psilocybin and its potential use in the treatment of substance use disorders and major mental illnesses. CME Credit Available: https://uiowa.cloud-cme.com/course/courseoverview?P=0&EID=66338 References/Resources: Iowa Doctors Investigat…
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A World Series champion, a two-time NL pennant-winner, and a two-time All-Star, Lance Lynn has done a bit of everything as a Cardinal and since he was a Cardinal. But on April 4, 2024, the burly, right-handed starter will do something he never has. He will start the home opener at Busch Stadium for the Cardinals. And that might mean doing something…
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You know, we talk a lot about medical supplies that you have to get serious training for, like tourniquets, hemostatic dressings, decompression needles, and the like, but there are important supplies you probably have right now in your medicine cabinet that are also very important for the survival medic in long-term disaster settings. Dressings, ba…
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From the back fields and press box at Sloan Park, the spring training home of the Chicago Cubs, St. Louis Post-Dispatch baseball Derrick Goold and Cincinnati Enquirer baseball writer Gordon Wittenmyer survey the National League Central and discuss ballpark factors, dead zones, and whether any of these teams is actually going to win the division, or…
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The 2023 Cardinals, on their way to 91 losses and a last-place finish, diagnosed the rotation, an inconsistent outfield, and a difficult schedule at the start of the season as reasons for the fist last place finish in more than 30 years. Well, deja vu. The Cardinals near the start of the 2024 regular season with injuries in the rotation, uncertaint…
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What is regenerative medicine? How can it help patients? What options are available? Join us today as we discuss these topics. CME Credit Available: https://uiowa.cloud-cme.com/course/courseoverview?P=0&EID=48288 Host: Gerard Clancy, MD Senior Associate Dean for External Affairs Professor of Psychiatry and Emergency Medicine University of Iowa Carv…
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Joe and Amy Alton's Survival Medicine Podcast discusses the start of tornado season and how to get yourself prepared, [lus basics of draining boils and abscesses off the grid. Dr. Bones takes a hard look at medical skills needed to survive, listing them out, and giving a reasoned look on how to be a successful family medic in times of trouble. Also…
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Within the first 90 seconds of his camp-opening comments, Cardinals executive John Mozeliak said one of the "critical" questions of spring was whether the team could stay healthy. He noted that is something he has probably said in all 17 years of addressing the media on the first day of official workouts. Injuries, after all, are part of the game, …
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Ten prospects. Two minutes each. Start the clock. St. Louis Post-Dispatch baseball writer Daniel Guerrero, one of the few staff writers at a daily paper dedicated to covering minor-league affiliates of the city's major-league team, joins the Best Podcast in Baseball to discuss 10 prospects who are set to have a leap year in 2024. Building off of Gu…
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"See a Different Game" was the motto of The Sporting News for a long time, and for a long time The Sporting News was known as the Bible of Baseball. Like everything, The Sporting News has changed, baseball coverage has changed, but more and more the best coverage remains true to that directive, "See a Different Game." And the best season for tellin…
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In this episode of the Survival Medicine Podcast, Dr. Bones and Nurse Amy discuss hard realities regarding survival situations, and how the family medic needs a mindset adjustment to be effective in that role. Also, Dr. Joe Alton talks about cold-related extremities injuries like frostbite and immersion (trench) foot. Amy Alton, NP, discuss what yo…
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On a windy day on the back fields of Roger Dean Stadium in Jupiter, Fla., Mike Claiborne, one of the radio voices of the Cardinals, joins baseball writer Derrick Goold to discuss how maybe Flag Day is too late in the schedule to determine where the club is headed in 2024. So it's time for an earlier Claiborne appearnce. It's a Leap Year. It's after…
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Join Dr. Gerard Clancy and his guests, Carol Harshman RN, Katie Ries MSW, LMSW, and Dr. Bryan Struck, as they discuss discuss guidance on best practices for goals of care discussions among those with serious illness and prognosis. CME Credit Available: https://uiowa.cloud-cme.com/course/courseoverview?P=0&EID=66060 Host: Gerard Clancy, MD Senior As…
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As Cardinals prepare for the official opening of spring training, what tone must be set early and what lessons from last year's losing season and curious spring will inform this year's camp? St. Louis Post-Dispatch sports columnist Ben Frederickson joins baseball writer Derrick Goold to discuss how more than just the Cardinals' spring training faci…
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In this episode of the Survival Medicine Podcast, Dr. Joe and Nurse Amy Alton discuss cold weather exposure and its ill effects, known as "hypothermia." Plus, the medic has to know how to deal with mundane issues as well as the sensational "prepper" problems like disaster trauma. One of these issues is lice. Dr. Alton tells you everything you need …
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Join Dr. Joe Szot and his guest, Dr. Karen Brust, as they discuss the available tools for monitoring influenza-like illness and how the data collected contributes to infection control planning. Joseph Szot, MD Associate Dean for CME and Integrative Education Clinical Professor of Internal Medicine University of Iowa Carver College of Medicine Karen…
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New Cardinals reliever Andrew Kittredge, less than 72 hours after the trade that brought him from Tampa Bay to St. Louis, talks with the Best Podcast in Baseball and host Derrick Goold about the move, and why it wasn't entirely unexpected. Kittredge also details the slider that got him to the majors, and how the Rays and their creative and collabor…
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In this episode of the Survival Medicine Podcast, Dr. Joe Alton and Nurse Practitioner Amy Alton lament the loss of fish and other equivalent antibiotics due to the actions of the FDA, leaving the family medic in survival settings with one less tool in the medical woodshed. Also, Dr. Bones discusses important strategies to stay safe in your vehicle…
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It's the Best Podcast in Baseball Holiday Episode: Part 2. Comedian Greg Warren, an All-American wrestler at Mizzou, considers a question posed by Post-Dispatch sports columnist Ben Frederickson: What current Cardinal would make the best wrestler? The physical skills and mental strength necessary propels the discussion in this is second part of the…
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