Best Jellybean podcasts we could find (Updated October 2018)
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Jellybeans with Dr Doug Lynch, poorly differentiated doctor and pathological polymath.Emergency Medicine. Critical Care. Aeromedical Retrieval. Remote Area Medicine. Resource Poor Medicine. Disaster Medicine. Conflict Medicine. Ethics. Politics. Life. Death.These podcasts are atypical interviews with persons of interest.Critical conversations with Critical Carers. Carers like you.The people that listen to this podcast are insiders, movers, shakers and, I suspect, every listener is potentiall ...
 
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CICMxJellybean 8 (Jellybean 100)Recorded at CICM ASM 2018 Hobart Peta Alexander is a Queenslander. A Queenslander mixing it up with the best in the world at the Boston Children’s Hospital. She is a cardiologist and paediatric intensivist working with some of the worlds best surgeons and caring for some of the sickest kids on the planet.We caugh ...…
 
The 100th Jellybean.I'm proud to introduce to you Miss Claire Kerr.Paediatric Intensive Care Nurse at the Royal Children's Hospital in Melbourne.This one is about a change of heart.Claire is from Adelaide and had to go to Melbourne to achieve what she wanted/needed.And thus a short clip from the legendary Adelaide band "The Master's Apprentices ...…
 
CICMxJellybean 7Recorded at ASM 2018 Hobart Professor Michael Pinsky, Researcher extraordinaire and on the editorial board of almost every journal in critical care.Michael Pinsky needs no introduction. Literally none.Michael is a giant of North American and International Intensive Care research and practice. It is difficult to understate his ac ...…
 
CICMxJellybean 6Recorded at ASM 2018 Hobart The GUCH Jellybean with Intensivist and Cardiologist Susanna PriceDr Susanna Price,Clinical Lead in Critical Care, Royal Brompton Hospital, President Elect of the European Society of Cardiology, published everywhere and part of so many guidelines related to cardiology.Fresh off the flight from London ...…
 
CICMxJellybean 5 Recorded at ASM 2018 Hobart Professor Jean-Louis TeboulProfessor of Therapeutics and Critical Care Medicine at the University of Paris-South and Editor-in-Chief of Annals of Intensive Care.Jean-Louis is a huge presence in French, European and International Intensive Care research and practice. It is difficult to understate his ...…
 
Jellybean 96; Big Data with Nik KumarBig data. It's very big. There's a lot of it. It’s Jellybean time. Matt McPartlin strikes gold in Wollongong.Moment to moment information on heart rate, respiratory rate, how much urine has come out, how much fluid has gone in, the sodium, the glucose, the pH and what was had for breakfast. And that's just o ...…
 
Teaching teachers about teaching; lets get super-meta.The Teaching Course. It’s in Alcatraz, Brisbane and Copenhagen. It’s in Melbourne, Manchester and Manila. I’d be exhausted just thinking about it if it didn’t sound like so much fun.Salim Rezaie is a softly spoken, erudite, talented attention avoider. He want’s to credit someone else, he wan ...…
 
Scary little people.Hazel Talbot loves her job. She really does. She works 80% neonatal retrieval around one of the most beautiful parts of the world and does so in a fashion that must light up the lives of everyone that comes in contact with her. I say this because I had the pleasure of spending a little time with her in Berlin and, in short, ...…
 
The CICM ASM is happening next month. It is in Hobart. That’s in Tasmania. In 2017 the ASM was in Sydney and it was conspicuous for its efforts to bring more young trainees to the forum. Lewis Macken and company did a great job. Bringing youth and energy to the Sydney International Convention Centre. There were podcasts like this one, there wer ...…
 
Let’s talk about Cambodia. Let's talk to a young man born in Australia as a result of war. Let’s appreciate what just one asylum seeking family can achieve.Sometimes curiosity can take you on an expected journey. Sometimes a mixture of fortune and fate (if such things truly exist) throw opportunities at your feet, though you may not know it at ...…
 
In Berlin, in the footlights, with heart in throat.In London, in the headlights, with heart in hands.In her heart, in Kashmir, always in Kashmir. A young woman that rather took the stage by storm at dasSMACC shares a little bit of her own heart and a lot more of someone else’s heart. Sanaah demands attention. She demands attention because atten ...…
 
Over simulated? Simulation; surely one of the fastest growing parts of health education in recent times. There is much more to simulation than a plastic mannequin and healthcare is but a small part of the bigger picture. Matt McPartlin went along to the Australasian Simulation Congress and spoke to ICU nurse and co-convenor Jessica Stokes-Paris ...…
 
The fabulous @eleytherius. You may know her as Dr Johnston, as a long term LIFTL contributor, as a Mega-FOAM performer, as a some-time feline choreographer or as a Fabulous Female of FOAM®. She sings, she dances and she writes books.She is a creative powerhouse. She is an educator extraordinaire. But we’re not going to talk about that. We’re go ...…
 
Dan Davis. The art of ART.I was at Luna Park in Sydney last year. It is an aging un-reconstructed theme park with rickety roller coasters, a whole bunch of noisy rides and fairground attractions. It is all very retro to the point of being almost ironically cool. There is a reason I am telling you about Luna Park which I will come back to in a m ...…
 
Flying into an airport or television studio near you it’s @FLTDOC1Dr Mike Abernethy is one of the longest-serving flight physicians in the world today. He is a bit of a legend in his own lifetime. There is something about Mike’s story that reminds me of the golden age of flying, all glamour, sharp suits and Eero Saarinen’s fabulous TWA terminal ...…
 
Chris Hicks is @HumanFact0rz He is into Human Factors.He is reading about Human Factors.He is writing about Human Factors.He is on stage, he is on EMCrit, he is on fire. But it’s a smouldering kind of fire, a nice fire, not a raging forest fire. A raging forest fire would be a better metaphor for what drove Chris into Human Factors; a bunch of ...…
 
Talking about the quadruple burden of disease in South Africa with Victoria Stephen.You don’t want a triple burden never mind a quadruple burden. Trauma, Lifestyle Diseases, Communicable Disease, peri-natal morbidity and mortalityIt’s not all trauma in South Africa, it’s worse than that. The Rainbow nation unfortunately gets a rainbow of pathol ...…
 
Jellybean 84 with Dr Steve PhilpotTalking about talking about dying with Dr Steve Philpot, Master of Communication.In the week that the one of the states in Australia has pretty much managed to pass assisted dying legislation I had to reach for this Jellybean recorded at the College of Intensive Care Medicine ASM in Sydney this year. The state ...…
 
THE MINIBLURBED people doing house visits?Medical retrieval teams having a cup of tea and taking a detailed social history?Emergency doctors going to someone's home before they come to the ED and recommending treatment at home?Including End of Life treatment?Sound Crazy?Ever been to Maribor? Slovenia?THE BLURBI spoke with Slovenian Emergency Ph ...…
 
Wisam Al-BasaamExtraordinary tales of ordinary heroism.While at the CICM ASM in Sydney I was introduced to a gentleman called Wisam Al-Basaam and he had a story to tell. When I say gentleman I really mean gentleman. Wisam is a consultant intensivist at the Austin Hospital. That is a pretty good job. It’s a very good hospital and most of us woul ...…
 
Jellybean 81 Sandra Viggers Of ScanFOAM.org by Doug Lynch @TheTopEnd
 
Physician and Intensivist Steve Warrilow, Director of the Austin Hospital ICU, talks about everything from Physician Generalism to Surgical Super Specialisation. Stephen is a man that can communicate. Stephen Warrilow is in many respects my ideal Intensivist. Trained as a physician (aka Internal Medicine), a generalist by anyones standards, he ...…
 
Stephen Warrilow CICM ASM 2017 by Doug Lynch @TheTopEnd
 
“ipsa scientia potestas est”This is FOAMed. Thus there are a lot of people that are nothing short of obsessed with airways. It’s as if humans were primarily a giant "Pass the Parcel" game with a super difficult intubation inside. This will allow us individually to be the airway super-hero that we dream we could be. But we don’t have super power ...…
 
In Australia alone thousands of people have an out of hospital cardiac arrest each year. Only 10% survive. It’s a very scary and dangerous rollercoaster. No better place to talk about that than under a real rollercoaster under the Sydney Harbour Bridge with Paul Middleton.Matt went to Luna Park in Sydney a few weeks back. Not to ride the roller ...…
 
What is the future of Artificial Intelligence and critical care medicine? I ask Rinaldo Bellomo who, for the past 30 years, has been at the pointy end of critical care research including high technology and predictive algorithms. I managed to get Rinaldo Bellomo to talk to me at SMACC in Berlin. It was a bit of an intellectual mismatch. If you ...…
 
Jellybean 075 with Aidan Baron; @ALittleMedic Government #FOAMed Warning; Life in the Fast Lane is apparently addictive. You have been warned. Aidan Baron is not really that little when you meet him. If you do twitter you will have noticed this man before. I had doubts that he really existed. Was he something like Max Headroom or Ultron? No! He ...…
 
Professor Lars LundellCollege of Intensive Care Medicine x Jellybean Number 4 in a special series of 4 Co-Branded PodcastsProfessor Lars Lundell. Professor of Surgery Karolinska University Hospital Stockholm. What this man doesn’t know about the oesophagus is probably not worth knowing. What he knows about so many other things is worth knowing. ...…
 
Professor John MarshallCollege of Intensive Care Medicine x Jellybean Number 3 in a special series of 4 Co-Branded PodcastsJohn Marshall has been at the pointy end of research, in particular sepsis research, for many years. That has been a rather controversial area in recent times. John has navigated those waters with charm and grace. So we too ...…
 
College of Intensive Care Medicine x Jellybean Number 2 in a special series of 4 Co-Branded PodcastsProfessor Jules WendonJules Wendon is the Professor of Hepatology and Executive Medical Director at Kings College London. When it comes to the intensive care hepatology there are few people that have done more to shape our knowledge and practice ...…
 
College of Intensive Care Medicine x Jellybean Number 1 in a special series of 4 Co-Branded PodcastsAssociate Professor Charlie CorkePresident of the College of Intensive Care Medicine of Australia and New Zealand (CICM).The CICM is the worlds first stand alone College of Intensive Care Medicine. A/Prof Charlie Corke is the President. It is not ...…
 
Fraud and Counter-Fraud. NGO’s like Oxfam are now a huge part of the international healthcare system. When you look at the environments these organisations work in, from Oxford to South Sudan, there are corruption issues everywhere. Corruption! We need a cop, a super cop, a stylish sleuth, a sort of crime-buster for NGO’s. It’s @OliverBMay of @ ...…
 
Matt McPartlin (aka @RollCageMedic) interviews Frank Gailard, the Frank Gailard, the one who created Radiopedia.Frank Gaillard started Radiopedia as an exercise in pre-exam procrastination. And it has become an educational juggernaut in freely available radiological education. Pre-dating the formalisation and explosion in FOAMed resources, Radi ...…
 
The Africans are coming. BadEM are surfing a #FOAMed wave at the moment and they are doing it with style, which isn’t that surprising when Kirsten Kingma is one of the team.The Jellybean Podcast is a big fan of the www.BadEM.co.za bunch. Of course we are. Why wouldn’t we be? They are a great cohesive team of fabulously varied individuals. We li ...…
 
Jonah Roche wants to volunteer the entire police service in Ireland for an extra job. You’d think that wouldn’t be a popular idea but think again. Jonah cut through the crap at dasSMACC with his summary of the Code of Conduct and he talks more sense here trying to stop people dying and possibly making the job of a policeman more rewarding.THE B ...…
 
Under Siege. Under fire. Undergraduate. The remarkable journey of Dr Hanna Kaade; from Aleppo to Berlin and from the Red Crescent to #dasSMACC.This is an ordinary tale. An accidental tale of everyday heroism. There are many tales like this. Every one worth telling, worth hearing, worth learning from. Hanna Kaade is a Syrian born and trained doc ...…
 
From Medical Students, through random missives to Men about the house and tattoos. @HenryGoldstein talks to @TheTopEnd about many, many things.Don’t, whatever you do, just don’t forget the bubbles.I get a chance to chat to stylish, charming, and generally very hard to dislike Henry Goldstein.I knew of Henry through his work on the rather excell ...…
 
An Adventure that never ended. You thought you were just trying to pass a medical exam but then you ended up in the Australian version of the Paris-Dakar Rally. Sounds like another Gonzo-Medical-Jounrnalism moment.Options. Options. Options. Rotation options. Where do you want to go to further your training? What informs your choices? Is it the ...…
 
Matthew Harris and I help each other through an emotional morning at SMACC when we remembered everyones favourite motorcycle medic/maniac/comedian; Doc John Hinds.Some of us are off to SMACC in Germany. Some aren’t. Fear not though. The lectures will be shared for free on SMACC podcasts in the future. You may miss out on some of the fun but you ...…
 
Sarah Yong is an impressive person. Advocacy, Training, Representation and being a new fellow of the College of Intensive Care to boot.Theres a lot to talk about when you sit down with Dr Sarah Yong. Let’s make it easy by focussing on three big issues;Gender issues; Women in Intensive Care Network. www.womenintensive.orgTraining issues; The Cri ...…
 
Emergency Medicine is a different beast in different places. What kind of beast would it be in South Africa? A big, bad and scary one? I ask Craig Wylie, brave South African Paramedic and #FOAMed star, to introduce us to his world.You might think your Emergency Medicine world is Bad. You might think its “Bad Ass”. But is it as Bad or “Bad Ass” ...…
 
Ready for a laugh? We take two fast-talking and sleep-deprived Irish people and lock them in a shed. They talk. Fast. They tackle the big issues. From Nursing Home Patients in Emergency Departments to the great Sectarian Potato Snack debate. (Try to guess who had had coffee and who hadn’t.) Dave Hartin is from Northern Ireland (or “Norn Iron”) ...…
 
You probably have something like a Wednesday afternoon education session at your place of work.You probably have to present at it sometimes.You probably do it pretty well. You may not feel that. You may be your own worst critic and see all the areas that need improvement. That is an important insight which you can use for constructive good rath ...…
 
Half way up the stairs is the stair where we stop.To talk to a peer. About peers. About peer reviews.I know next to nothing about Journals, Editing, Peer Reviewing. Kirsty Challen does. She is an Emergency physician and an EMJ sub-editor. She talks to Matt McPartlin about the journal article review process and the debate surrounding peer review ...…
 
Tor Ercleve is an arty farty kind of guy. It’s ok. He knows it. You could call him a frustrated artist but it turns out he is not really very frustrated. He is just an artist. Anyone can be an artist. I recommend you try it. Tor did and he is a happy guy now. He may have already touched your life by creating educational gold dust that you can s ...…
 
Mark Wilson; Neurosurgeon, Retrieval Physician, App Designer, Sceptic and Gentleman. It is hard not to like this chap. Mark Wilson somehow found time to talk to Matt McPartlin at SMACC. He really had an awful lot to do in Dublin too. Mark was presenting, fighting, drinking, dancing, facing his PhDemons and listening to @Kangaroodoc, all of whic ...…
 
Twenty years of schooling and they put you on the day shift. And then some one says: “Sorry….. but are you really a doctor?”Penny Wilson burst onto the scene a few years back when an article that she wrote on her NomadicGP blog hit a nerve. The nerve in question is about sexism and misogyny. It was about people not believing that Penny was a do ...…
 
There is a lot of knowledge out there. Whats the bottom line? Alright. You’ve decided to specialise in some fantastically sexy area of medicine. You need to learn the craft. You need to get through each night shift. You need to stay alive. You need to maintain your relationship with your man/woman/dog/cat/ mother/ father/ children...... You als ...…
 
Punching above your weight. In the first post bare knuckle fight interview for the Jellybean Podcast we talk to the victor, nay, the newly crowned Heavyweight Champion of South African Aeromedicine. She was, of course, graceful in her moment of triumph. It’s @mjslabbertDr Slabbert went into the ring with a proper heavy weight @AnthonyDHolley an ...…
 
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