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Best Meded podcasts we could find (updated August 2020)
Best Meded podcasts we could find
Updated August 2020
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Two doctors, an OBGYN in Melbourne and an anaesthetist in Wollongong, Australia originally from NZ discussing Medical Education Twitter news 280/560*second podcast real stuff & #medtwitter #MedEd offbeat #StuffnNonsense | Own tweets & musings |@GongGasGirl @inquisitiveGyn | producer @hypoxicchicken Our home is at the Cnr end of 🌈 & yellow brick rd
 
In the year 2109 humans and robots work alongside each other as coworkers. Jordan Mede, a human employee of Somnotech, is transferred to the entirely robot run manufacturing department. While initially the transfer seems to be the result of a clerical error, Jordan soon begins to suspect that there’s something more sinister going on…
 
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 ...
 
The Neurology podcast is introduced by Editor-in-Chief Robert A. Gross, MD, PhD, who discusses several highlighted articles in the current issue of Neurology®. The podcast regularly features content from Neurology® Clinical Practice, Neurology® Genetics, and Neurology® Neuroimmunology & Neuroinflammation. Opening segments include interviews with authors who summarize a current article and discuss the main findings and clinical implications for neurologists. It concludes with the Lesson of th ...
 
Key Literature in Medical Education (KeyLIME) is a bi-weekly podcast produced by the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada. Bringing you the main points of a medical education article in just 20 minutes. Articles that are important, innovative, or will impact your educational practice are discussed. Earn MOC credits under Section 2 for each podcast.
 
In this podcast series, we will meet educators around the globe to discuss various educational approaches and challenges that we face as an educator. An expert educator shares his/her insight and experience to help upcoming educators to progress in their career. This is a shared learning experience and we will like you to join this community to share your experience with other educators.
 
Greetings brothers and sisters. For the month of November we celebrate the Day of Dedication, which takes place on Sabbath, November 23, 2013. The Feast of Dedication is a holy convocation that celebrates the 1) the rebuilding of God’s house and the restoration of the truth as well as 2) committing one's entire life to the purpose of serving God. This holy day is pertinent in our history, this current day and of course our future. This podcast series, however, will focus on our history, as w ...
 
Come join me, Cy, as I uncover and explore the stories of the people and places that make up (or made up) our world. Whether through primary sources such as ancient inscriptions or interviews with some of the greatest scholars in the field of ancient and medieval history, this podcast will expose you to historical topics that are rarely covered in depth by others. Many of these programs will be supplements to the videos that appear on the popular History with Cy YouTube channel. You won't wa ...
 
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Episode Length: 40:07 Authors: Rietmeijer et al. Publication details:Patterns of direct observation and their impact during residency: general practice supervisors’ Med Educ. 2018 Jul 24. [Epub ahead of print] Purpose: Research question: What are the manifestations, meanings and effects of DO in developing postgraduate training relationships? Autho…
 
In the first segment, Dr. David Lapides talks with Dr. Terence O'Brien about his paper on mortality in patients with non-epileptic seizures. Next, Dr. Jeffrey Ratliff talks with Dr. Nico Dosenbach about plasticity of functionally connected motor networks. Read Dr. Dosenbach's paper in Neuron: https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/abs/pii/S0…
 
Join us for an extra-hot summer episode featuring our critical appraisal expert, Rahul Ganatra MD, MPH @rbganatra. Prepare to marvel as he breaks down his recent tweetorial on the RECOVERY trial of dexamethasone for COVID-19; to gasp as Paul Williams updates us on statins and ASCVD prevention and to be enthralled by the dulcet tones of Matt Watto e…
 
The electroencephalogram is a nearly 100-year old neurodiagnostic instrument. And yet, we learn new things from it every day. This week on the BrainWaves podcast, Dr. Tracey Milligan (Mass General Brigham) reviews the indications and utilization of a routine scalp EEG. Also discussed: Limitations of scalp EEG Brain surgery Non-epileptic events Why …
 
In this replay of previous episodes, we feature discussions on Huntington's disease. There's the discussion between Dr. Jeffrey Ratliff and Dr. Ruth Walker from November 2016. Then, we have 2 Neurology Minute episodes on the history of HD. The next segment features Dr. Jason Crowell talking with Dr. Nancy Wexler from May 2020, on her life's work in…
 
Episode Length: 22:15 Jon's article provides a brief description of the three key steps to learning, and introduces four major learning-science strategies. Authors: Van Hoof TJ and Doyle TJ Publication details: Van Hoof TJ, Doyle TJ Learning science as a potential new source of understanding and improvement for continuing education and continuing p…
 
In the first segment, Dr. Andrew Southerland speaks with Dr. J.G. Makin about his Nature article on thought-to-text technology. Then, Dr. Jason Crowell talks with Dr. Jonathan Kimmelman about his paper on expert crowd prediction on clinical trial response. Dr. Makin's article is available online at: https://www.nature.com/articles/s41593-020-0608-8…
 
Blazing hot tips to diagnose and treat hyperthyroidism with Dr Eve Bloomgarden, @evebmd (Northwestern). We cover a ton of ground including how to: interpret thyroid function tests, use your thumbs (or an ultrasound) to examine the thyroid, become an expert on Graves’ orbitopathy, prescribe methimazole and decide who needs surgery or radioactive iod…
 
The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) recommends that schools strive to reopen in the Fall, but there is hesitation from families and teachers alike. The Cribsiders speak with Dr. Sharfstein, a public health expert and pediatrician, regarding the importance of reopening schools for children, what criteria need to be met prior to opening, and how…
 
Episode length: 27:45 This 'Best of' Episode was originally aired in September 2018 and has been downloaded over 2, 500 times!! Here are some citations for those listeners who are interested in taking a deeper dive into Philosophy of science: Crotty, The Foundations of Social Research: Meaning and Perspective in the Research Process (1998). Howell,…
 
In the first segment, Dr. Kathryn Nevel and Dr. Jennie Taylor discuss neuro-oncology. Next, Dr. Jeffrey Ratliff talks with Dr. David Charles about his paper discussing deep brain stimulation in early Parkinson disease. Disclosures can be found at Neurology.org. CME Opportunity: Listen to this week’s Neurology Podcast and earn 0.5 AMA PRA Category 1…
 
Swim through the sea of acronyms as Dr Scott Matherly (@liverprof) helps us become a little less baffled by the thought of NAFLD. We discuss the initial diagnosis of fatty liver disease, indications for additional evaluation with imaging and/or biopsy, and potential treatment options. With a quarter of the world affected, it’s crucial to understand…
 
Past episodes, 6 & 7 mention the unique dynamic of taking control of one's power, through resilience. Our first step is to realize that we are enveloped within our surroundings. Our first step is our awareness. Our second step comes from our growth, our ability to look up to the sky and reach. Through this episode, we will talk about the practice o…
 
The locked-in syndrome is a rare clinical consequence following many types of neurologic injury. In general, the locked-in patient is fully paralyzed, with perhaps minimal function of the fingers, the eyes, or the mouth. What's more, the gross motor dysfunction is enormously disproportional to the cognitive function of the individual. The locked-in…
 
Hot office tip: if your boss asks you to have a one-on-one meeting, quit right then and there to be safe. We are taking a short, mid-season hiatus! We will be back on August 18th with Episode 6, but watch our feed before then in case of any special updates. Support The Rest is Electric by donating to their Tip Jar: https://tips.pinecast.com/jar/the…
 
In the first part of the podcast, Dr. Jeffrey Ratliff and Dr. Jason Crowell continue their discussion on movement disorder emergencies in the 2nd part of a 2-part dialogue. In the second segment, Dr. Stacey Clardy talks with Dr. Holly Hinson about her Neurology: Clinical Practice editorial on patient and public involvement in clinical trials from t…
 
Get a grip on acute kidney injury (AKI) with Dr. Joel Topf (AKA @kidney_boy), Kashlak’s Chief of Nephrology! We’ve put together an AKI highlight reel - focusing on practical tips and tricks to help you identify, diagnose and manage AKI, plus how to recognize AIN and random myths and musings on vancomycin, NSAIDS, contrast nephropathy, and the risk …
 
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