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Best Health Science podcasts we could find (updated January 2020)
Best Health Science podcasts we could find
Updated January 2020
Updated January 2020
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This podcast might not actually kill you, but it covers so many things that can. Each episode tackles a different disease, from its history, to its biology, and finally, how scared you need to be. Ecologists and epidemiologists Erin Welsh and Erin Allmann Updyke make infectious diseases acceptable fodder for dinner party conversation and provide the perfect cocktail recipe to match
Listen to full episodes of WHYY’s health, science and innovation program, The Pulse.
Weekly Editors' Audio Summary for JAMA, the Journal of the American Medical Association
A Daily High-Yield review podcast by Orthobullets⏤the Free Learning & Collaboration Community for Orthopaedic Surgery Education.
Laura Reagan, LCSW-C, Psychotherapist, Burnout Prevention Consultant and Certified Daring Way™ Facilitator interviews guests to discuss holistic and alternative approaches used in psychotherapy, counseling, coaching and healing sessions. Be a fly on the wall as therapists discuss the practice of psychotherapy and how they implement self care into their own lives to prevent therapist burnout. Conversations about mindfulness, self compassion, The Daring Way™, EMDR, art therapy, Sensorimotor Ps ...
The New England Journal of Medicine (NEJM) Weekly Audio Summary RSS feed. NEJM (http://www.nejm.org) is a weekly general medical journal that publishes new medical research findings, review articles, and editorial opinion on a wide variety of topics of importance to biomedical science and clinical practice.
Practical herbalism from practicing herbalists. Conversations, botanical deep-dives, Q&A with clinical herbalists Katja Swift & Ryn Midura of the CommonWealth Center for Holistic Herbalism.
The BMJ is an international peer reviewed medical journal and a fully “online first” publication. The BMJ’s vision is to be the world’s most influential and widely read medical journal. Our mission is to lead the debate on health and to engage, inform, and stimulate doctors, researchers, and other health professionals in ways that will improve outcomes for patients. We aim to help doctors to make better decisions.
Leading ADHD experts give real-life answers to questions submitted by ADD adults and parents raising children with attention deficit disorder across a range of topics covering symptoms, school, work, and family life. Note on audio quality: This podcast is a recording of a webinar series, and the audio has been captured from telephone conversations, not recorded in a studio. Register to participate in the live webinars at: additude.com/tag/webinar
Promoting strategies to increase healthspan, well-being, cognitive and physical performance through deeper understandings of biology.
This podcast is about strange medicine. I will use my experience as an ER nurse to explore the world of medicine. True Crime, coroners cases, medical mysteries, bizarre treatments from around the world, scary diseases and medical breakthroughs. Real life stories from the Emergency Room. Sometimes it's the cure that kills you!
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 ...
Issue highlights and interviews from Annals of Internal Medicine.
We review core medical knowledge on a continuous basis for the physician assistant preparing for the PANRE.
Collective Insights is a voyage through topics and technologies revolutionizing human wellbeing.
Engaging and topical conversations with authors of research, clinical reviews, and opinion pieces published in JAMA. Subscribe for the latest information, ideas, and innovations in clinical medicine and health policy.
Talks recorded live at the Social Media and Critical Care conferences. For more info go to smacc.net.au
Our goal is to change the way students and clinicians learn medicine. We are dedicated to providing the best medical content to help clinicians get through school, the boards, and to excel in clinical practice.
Bringing you scientifically proven tips and ideas to live a happier and more meaningful life through interviews with positive psychology and well-being thought leaders. The editors of Live Happy magazine bring you best-selling authors and happiness gurus that share their knowledge on topics such as wellness, gratitude, well-being and mindfulness. Interviews are conducted with people like Shawn Achor, Michelle Gielan, Dr. Christine Carter, Margaret Greenberg, Dr. Drew Ramsey, Gretchen Rubin, ...
Brought to you by a partnership that transcends the 49th parallel. Join Adam Thomas and Josh Farkas in the podcast that accompanies The Internet Book of Critical Care. The IBCC podcast will explore key points in each chapter. Initially the release of podcasts may lag a bit behind the chapters for logistic reasons. However, our goal is to eventually have a podcast for each chapter. Subsequently, the podcast will discuss updates to the IBCC based on new evidence.
Bulletproof Executive Radio was born out of a fifteen-year single-minded crusade to upgrade the human being using every available technology. It distills the knowledge of world-class MDs, biochemists, Olympic nutritionists, meditation experts, and more than $1M spent on personal self-experiments. From private brain EEG facilities hidden in a Canadian forest to remote monasteries in Tibet, from Silicon Valley to the Andes, high tech entrepreneur Dave Asprey used hacking techniques and tried e ...
How are medical mysteries solved? And what happens when questions remain? Patient Zero is an investigation of the spaces where people and pathogens collide. This season, we take a deep dive in to the history – and mystery – of one of the fastest spreading epidemics of our time: Lyme disease. Learn more at www.patientzeropodcast.com. A production of New Hampshire Public Radio.
Audio Interviews with Authors of articles in the JAMA Network Specialty Journals
Core Internal Medicine via following segments:5 Pearls || Clinically relevant pearls on IM topics!Mind the Gap || Why do we do what we do?Hoofbeats || Dissecting clinical reasoning!
A podcast highlighting key articles in the current issue of Emerging Infectious Diseases, a journal from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
Audio podcasts featuring the week’s top medical news plus pertinent interviews
Your Anxiety Toolkit aims to provide you with helpful tools to manage anxiety, stress and other emotions that get in the way.
Anesthesia and Critical Care Reviews and Commentary (ACCRAC) Podcast
A Podcast for Anesthesia and Critical Care Reviews, Debates and Commentary
The Psych Central Podcast: Psychology Made Simple
The Psych Central Podcast is an award-winning, weekly show that approaches psychology and mental health in a casual and accessible fashion. Listen as our host, Gabe Howard, speaks candidly with experts to break down complex topics in simple and understandable ways.
The world's first and still only uncensored medical radio show is now a podcast! New and unique content for the internet listener only, never heard on SiriusXM.
Doom and Bloom,Nurse Amy,Dr Bones,Survival,Survival Medicine,Traditional and Alternative Medical Advice including Survival Medicine or Collapse Medicine.
A Podcast About The Science And Practice Of Living Well
Podcasts on topics relevant to intensive care medicine
The New England Journal of Medicine (NEJM) Audio interview RSS feed. NEJM (http://www.nejm.org) is a weekly general medical journal that publishes new medical research findings, review articles, and editorial opinion on a wide variety of topics of importance to biomedical science and clinical practice.
We Do Science: The Institute of Performance Nutrition Podcast
For current and aspiring sports nutritionists! The Institute of Performance Nutrition "We Do Science" Podcast, hosted by Dr Laurent Bannock, features a wide variety of leading guest experts (elite practitioners and scientists) with expertise in sport and exercise nutrition, and related fields relevant to 'real-world' practice.
You’re listening to the “Restoring Human Movement” Podcast, where movement experts discuss the latest evidenced-based practices to help you and your clients move with mastery. In this podcast, we interview other movement professionals from a variety of disciplines (medical doctor, sports chiropractor, personal trainer, strength coach, physical therapist, athletic trainer, etc) about how they treat and prevent aches/ pains in their client population. Some experts we've had on the show are: - ...
Physicians, scientists, and other health care professionals will explore a new frontier of child and adolescent medicine on “That’s Pediatrics.” From the hospital that is home to the polio vaccine, pediatric transplantation, and Mr. Yuk™, our hosts discuss the latest discoveries and innovations of pediatric health care, featuring interviews with a variety of our experts at UPMC Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh.
The Therapy for Black Girls Podcast is a weekly chat about all things mental health, personal development, and all the small decisions we can make to become the best possible versions of ourselves. Join your host, Dr. Joy Harden Bradford, a licensed Psychologist in Atlanta, Georgia, as she offers practical tips and strategies to improve your mental health, discusses the latest news and trends in mental health, pulls back the curtain on what happens in therapy sessions, and answers your liste ...
But Why is a show led by kids. They ask the questions and we find the answers. It’s a big interesting world out there. On But Why, we tackle topics large and small, about nature, words, even the end of the world. Know a kid with a question? Record it with a smartphone. Be sure to include your kid's first name, age, and town and send the recording to firstname.lastname@example.org!
Podcast for professionals, as well as the general public, on all things related to pelvic health. Interviews with leading experts. Hosted by physiotherapist Lori Forner, BScH, MPhtySt, PhD candidate
Curbside Consults take a deep dive into key topics with expert clinicians and educators. As we explore the details of pathophysiology and critique the evidence behind clinical practice, these conversations are intended to give you better understanding of the topic and greater confidence when treating your patients.
Timely and engaging discussions about advances in clinical research and practice, biomedical science, public health, and health policy.
Every sincere question deserves a nonjudgmental, supportive response.
Join Dr. Sydnee McElroy and her husband Justin McElroy for a tour of all the dumb, bad, gross, weird and wrong ways we've tried to fix people.
By Peter Brindley and Anne Creaton
Sexual assault affects 1 in 3 women and 1 in 6 men during their lifetime worldwide. It is more common than most medical issues we are trained to look for, despite this being a patient population we are going to see by virtue of the "anyone, anytime" nature of an emergency and critical care. Generous estimates find than only 20% of survivors present…
Creativity is a highly valued and sought after skill; we all need to solve problems, think in novel ways, and generate ideas, but can creativity be learned? This talk provides a practical framework to help you improve your creative thinking, enhance your problem solving and get greater access to your naturally creative brain. You'll discover how cr…
Would it surprise you to learn that people with too much money are flocking to "IV bars" and paying hundreds of dollars for intravenous cocktails of vitamins that are supposed to treat every malady under the sun but do absolutely nothing except risk serious infection? ... It probably doesn't surprise you, does it? Yeah, us neither. God, that's depr…
The rising death toll from our nation‚ opioid epidemic has been rivalled in modern history only by that at the peak of the AIDS epidemic in the early 1990s. Consider, in 1995 at the peak of the AIDS epidemic, 51,000 Americans died from the disease. In 2015, 52,000 died from drug overdoses. Emergency departments have stood at the front lines of both…
A case example of a large vessel obstruction of the brain and our current techniques available to treat it. How we make decisions on endovascular treatment and management points for emergency and intensive care colleagues.By Alice Ma
This talks gives some guidance on how to deal with your anxiety and fear when dealing with children. We will also cover some keytopic areas: sepsis, fluids, seizures, asthma and bronchiolitisBy John Vassiliadis
Interview with I Glenn. Cohen, JD, author of Ethical and Legal Aspects of Ambient Intelligence in Hospitals
in March 2006, six healthy volunteers underwent cytokine-induced injury and multiorgan failure from a Phase 1 first-in-human drug trial with a novel monoclonal antibody. This talk describes the clinical and incident management ramifications, drawing connections to other non-conventional incidents which may pose a different pattern of clinical, oper…
This talk will introduce the audience to the dynamics and effects of childhood abuse from a human rights framework. It will explore pertinent aspects of recovery and illuminate the healing possibilities that exist within every relationship between a child and any adult professional.By Mary-Jo McVeigh
Resuscitation fluids save lives in humans with life-threatening hypovolaemia. The fluid of choice should have biochemical characteristics close to the type of fluid lost and replaced at a rate and volume sufficient to correct the severe fluid deficit. Then stop and consider the early use of catecholamines. There are few indications to give critical…
We will describe our program which included: Supporting and developing sustainability and resilience, and workplace leadership in our clinicians M&M / Incident management Medication safety Implementation of a formalised Clinical Emergency Response System (CERS) in EDBy Lauren Westafer
This talk introduces the concept of a new generation of pulmonary embolism (PE). What was once considered a deadly disease process now carries a mortality rate of < 3%, which may be driven by overtesting as well as overdiagnosis. This talk will explore this phenomenon and current evidence-based approaches to the evaluation and treatment of PEs.…
Naomi Hammond talks about why follow up after critical illness matters, and why we need to know more about how to do it.By Naomi Hammond
Coming soon to a hospital near you! 3D printing is a revolutionary technology that allows for the creation of objects with complex geometry and anatomy with unprecedented accessibility and ease. By developing anatomical models from patient-specific medical imaging for various treatment applications, medical 3D printing represents the next great lea…
By Peter Brindley and Louise Sayers
Panel discussion: key features of a team or corporation that facilitate creativity and innovation; exploring how creativity marries up with change management (which sometimes gets a bit of a bad wrap ‚ is it all buzzwords and no action?).By Des Gorman, Oli Flower, Carol Hodgson, Phil Dobson, Jess Webb
A panel with the chairs of ILCOR discussing their two newest protocols. Hosted by Scott Weingart.By Scott Weingart interviews Bob Neumar and Gavin Perkins
ADHD Experts Podcast
ADHD and autism affect peer relationships – and many children have symptoms of both. Mark Bertin, M.D., guides parents in sorting out what is causing your child's friendship challenges, and how to best support social skills growth and success.
We've spoken before on Sharp Scratch about how med students and junior docs can make friends with more senior doctors (like in episode two, when we talked about referrals). But there's a host of other professionals that work together to make patient care safe and effective - the multidisciplinary team - and we want to be friends with them too. As a…
Trailer for season 9 of The Curbsiders! Plus, our friends from NephJC and the Freely Filtered Podcast will be at KIDNEYcon 2020! It features 6 amazing hands on workshops and lots of celebrities from #NephTwitter. The deadline for travel grants is approaching (See below). What: KIDNEYcon 2020 (www.kidneycon.org) When: April 16-19, 2020 Where: Little…
David takes us through a tricky case that might test you! Can you pick the diagnosis before Dave reveals all?By David Carr
Des Gorman talks about real-world outcomes and controversies following traumatic brain injury. His extensive research and experience in this area give a unique insight into what actually happens to the patients we care for.By Des Gorman
Hallie Prescott tells us about why the back-end of sepsis matters and is a neglected aspect of our management. This sub-acute phase can really affect long term outcomes. Long term exposure to broad-spectrum antibiotics and too much fluid are aspects that matter and that we can modify.By Hallie Prescott
By Peter Brindley and Khairil Musa
By Kat Evans
Andrew Dixon from Radiopaedia covers the common pathology seen on CT scans in critical care. He covers basic anatomy and important areas not to miss, strokes, trauma, herniation syndromes, hypoxic brain injury and diffuse axonal injuryBy Andrew Dixon
Adam gives practical pearls about managing the unexpected difficult airway. He uses a good example, emphasises the importance of effective teamwork and draws from the Vortex approach and the DAS guidelines. Watch out for more from Adam via the Safe Airway Society.By Adam Rehak
John Myburgh gives a philosophical talk about what life (and death) is really about and what the new challenges are in critical care. Modern critical care has so many potential interventions. John challenges whether doing more is always the right thing to do and gives a good argument for doing less being best.…
Anchor lead: Flu infection is continuing at a high level, Elizabeth Tracey reports The CDC is reporting almost 5000 deaths from the flu so far this season, and while rates of new cases have dropped a bit from last week, they remain high. Aaron Milstone, an infectious disease expert at Johns Hopkins, says there are […]…
Liz Crowe gives sage advice about dealing with grief and loss in the critical care setting, for both relatives and health care professionals.
There are many ways to skin a cat. Rhonda Cadena discusses management of intracranial hypertension, specifically substantial practice variation, what the evidence shows and what she does in reality.By Rhonda Cadena
Muscle wasting in intensive care is the thief of future health. Hugh Montgomery shows us what a big issue this is and what can be done to mitigate the problem.By Hugh Montgomery
In this episode, we review the high-yield topic of SLAP Lesions from the Shoulder & Elbow section. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/orthobullets/message
Thank you to this episode's sponsor, TherapyNotes. Get a 2-month free trial of TherapyNotes by going to www.TherapyNotes.com and using the promo code TherapyChat. On today's episode host Laura Reagan, LCSW-C speaks to Donna Jackson Nakazawa about her forthcoming book, The Angel and The Assassin: The Tiny Brain Cell That Changed the Course of Medici…
Neurological insults such as trauma and haemorrhage disturb the brain in complex ways, affecting multiple outcome domains. A substantial number of patients with even mild brain injury experience long-term emotional, cognitive and physical deficits. Measuring these deficits is at the core of prognostication and research in neurocritical care. Howeve…
CDC's Commander Kristie Clarke, a medical epidemiologist, discusses diphtheria with Sarah Gregory.By CENTERS FOR DISEASE CONTROL AND PREVENTION
BMJ talk medicine
Did you know that water can stop bullets? Dr. Erin Macri caught up with Dr. Ben Waller to learn more about the untapped and under-recognized power of water and its potential applications in everything from rehabilitation to high level athletic conditioning. Dr. Ben Waller is the Scientific Chair of the Finnish Sport physiotherapy association; Adjun…
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ADHD Experts Podcast
Jonathan Posner, M.D., discusses recent advances in the neuroscience of ADHD, including how neural systems and brain regions differ from those in individuals with a neurotypical brain, and how ADHD treatments impact those brain systems.
In this episode of Bulletproof Radio, my guest is someone who has cracked the code on a fundamental part of how human behavior works when it comes to forming new habits. Behavior scientist BJ Fogg, Ph.D., founded the Behavior Design Lab at Stanford University and is considered the leading scientific authority on habits. “It really is surprising to …
Your Anxiety Toolkit
In today’s episode of Your Anxiety Toolkit, I speak with the incredible Dr. Margaret Robinson Rutherford. I cannot tell you how happy I am that she reached out for this interview. In this episode, Dr. Margaret Robinson Rutherford talks to us about a term coined, perfectly hidden depression. She talks specifically about how it differs from classic d…
Interview with Maya M. Hammoud, MD, MBA, author of Improving the Residency Application and Selection Process: An Optional Early Result Acceptance Program
Interview with Fasika Ambachew Woreta, MD, MPH, author of Characteristics of Open Globe Injuries in the United States From 2006 to 2014
The Psych Central Podcast: Psychology Made Simple
In today’s digital culture, sex is easy to find. But most of our encounters with sex are shallow and unrealistic. Sexual images and films easily capture the lust, or carnality, of sex, but there is very little conversation surrounding intimacy and how sex actually works in a real human relationship. In fact, many people believe there is something w…
Hair can be our crowning glory, a big part of our identity, and a tool for self-expression. We shave it, style it, cut it, dye it — and sometimes, hope for it to come back. We obsess over its texture and length. While products help, how our hair looks is related to DNA, to hormones, and to our immune system. On this episode, we look into the connec…
If you’re a parent you’ve likely had your buttons pushed by your toddler in the throes of a tantrum. We know we have! It’s downright difficult to handle your toddler’s distress and maintain your cool when they’re howling about you doing it “all wrong” … for the sixth time today. In this episode Yael speaks with Dr. Schrag Hershberg, a clinical psyc…