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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.
 
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Bedside Rounds

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Bedside Rounds

Adam Rodman, MD, MPH, FACP

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Bedside Rounds is a storytelling podcast about medical history and medicine’s intersections with society and culture. Host Adam Rodman seeks to tell a few of these weird, wonderful, and intensely human stories that have made modern medicine.
 
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PHEMCAST

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PHEMCAST

Tim Nutbeam and Clare Bosanko

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A UK Prehospital Emergency Medicine Podcast. This podcast and associated website aims to: - Share knowledge and expertise in the field of prehospital medicine with specific reference to the UK working environment - Make this content relevant to all professional prehospital practitioners
 
A podcast that deconstructs strategies to live and practice medicine with intent. Focusing on mindset, burnout, leadership, and your wellbeing. Hosted by emergency physician and executive coach Rob Orman, MD. Don't just suck it up, think differently.
 
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Therapist Uncensored Podcast

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Therapist Uncensored Podcast

Sue Marriott LCSW, CGP & Ann Kelley PhD

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Learn to use the sciences of the mind to help you understand what makes you emotionally tick. Two Austin therapists and their world-recognized guest experts break down the research in modern attachment, relational neuroscience and trauma in a challenging but entertaining format to keep you off autopilot and moving towards closer connections. www.therapistuncensored.com
 
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, 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. Fantastic f ...
 
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Casual Inference

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Casual Inference

Lucy D'Agostino McGowan and Ellie Murray

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Keep it casual with the Casual Inference podcast. Your hosts Lucy D'Agostino McGowan and Ellie Murray talk all things epidemiology, statistics, data science, causal inference, and public health. Sponsored by the American Journal of Epidemiology.
 
Podcast interviews with genius-level (top .1%) practitioners, scientists, researchers, clinicians and professionals in Cancer, 3D Bio Printing, CRISPR-CAS9, Ketogenic Diets, the Microbiome, Extracellular Vesicles, and more. Subscribe today for the latest medical, health and bioscience insights from geniuses in their field(s).
 
Join David Puder as he covers different topics on psychiatry and psychotherapy. He will draw from the wisdom of his mentors, research, in-session therapy and psychiatry experience, and his own journey through mental health to discuss topics that affect mental health professionals and popsychology enthusiasts alike. Through interviews, he will dialogue with both medical students, residents and expert psychiatrists and psychotherapists, and even with people who have been through their own ment ...
 
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EMGuidewire's Podcast

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EMGuidewire's Podcast

EMGuideWire Team - From Carolinas Medical Center Emergency Medicine Residen

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Join the faculty and residents of Carolinas Emergency Medicine Residency Program, one of the oldest programs in the country, as they explore some of the Core Concepts of Emergency Medicine as well as many of the niche environments of this important arena of specialty care.
 
Dr. Jessica Steier, a public-health expert, and Dr. Andrea Love, an immunology expert, are the hosts of Unbiased Science, a podcast devoted to objective, critical appraisal of available evidence on health-related topics relevant to listeners’ daily lives. Follow them on Instagram at www.instagram.com/unbiasedscipod
 
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EM Clerkship

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EM Clerkship

Zack Olson, MD and Michael Estephan, MD

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The purpose of this podcast is to help medical students crush their emergency medicine clerkship and get top 1/3 on their SLOE. The content is organized in an approach to format and covers different chief complaints, critical diagnoses, and skills important for your clerkship.
 
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Headlines are sounding alarms over the widespread use of melatonin—especially as a sleep aid for young kids. Dr. Deanna Minich has authored a comprehensive review of melatonin, in which she likens it to vitamin D in its potential utility for a variety of ailments—not just for insomnia and jet lag, but also for metabolic syndrome and diabetes, cance…
 
In this episode of the Heart podcast, Digital Media Editor, Dr James Rudd, is joined by Professor Carolyn Lam, a world expert in heart failure from the University of Singapore and the National Heart Centre, also in Singapore. They discuss updates in the diagnosis and management of heart failure, including wearables, biomarkers, the 4 pillars of the…
 
People in off-grid settings are often called upon to perform activities to which they’re not accustomed. In daily survival, the inexperienced will suffer mishaps that lead to injury; in situations where sanitation is questionable, these injuries carry a risk of infection, especially in unsanitary conditions. One of these is known as “cellulitis.” D…
 
Higher levels of DNA found circulating in the blood of older people were associated with a higher risk for dementia and frailty, a Johns Hopkins study shows. Peter Abadir, a geriatrics expert at Johns Hopkins and one author of the … If cell free DNA is associated with dementia risk, would removing it help? Elizabeth Tracey reports Read More »…
 
A Rational Approach: Who to Image, How to Treat, and More! Back pain is one of the most common concerns our patients bring to us in the outpatient setting. It’s a lot more complicated than rest, ice, and NSAIDs! Fortunately, we have pain expert, strength coach, and academic internist Dr. Austin Baraki (Austin Baraki, MD (@AustinBaraki) / Twitter) t…
 
Want to experience the greatest in board studying? Check out our interactive question bank podcast- the FIRST of its kind here: emrapidbombs.supercast.com.What’s wrong with your face?? No really…is it broken? This epic podcast covers the major facial fractures, when to call a surgeon, and who needs to be seen in emergently in the ED vs outpatient. …
 
Date: November 26th, 2022 Reference: James et al. Emergency Department Condition Acuity, Length of Stay, and Revisits Among Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing Patients: A Retrospective Chart Review. AEM November 2022 Guest Skeptic: Dr. Corey Heitz is an emergency physician in Roanoke, Virginia. He is also the CME editor for Academic Emergency Medicine. Case:…
 
On this week's podcast, Drs.Feigenbaum and Baraki answer questions submitted during the most recent LA Seminar.Part I: https://tinyurl.com/53n4zyyn Seminarshttps://www.eventbrite.com/manage/collections/209209/events Use code "Thanks25" for 25% off through Monday November 28thThanksgiving Sale:25% off everything on the website (some restrictions app…
 
What are some ways you address unrealistic hopes with your patients? How can you build a portfolio of hope with your patients? Can you learn to guide your patients hope? Show notes, Transcript and References: https://www.coreimpodcast.com/2022/11/23/hope/ Sponsor: Use the code “COREIM-AMBOSS” to get a free month of access on https://go.amboss.com/C…
 
In this EM Quick Hits podcast: Justin Morgenstern on fluids in pancreatitis, Leeor Sommer on nasal fractures, Christina Shenvi on delirium, Sheldon Cheskes and Rohit Mohindra on Dose VF, and Noor Khatib and Kari Sampsel on intimate partner violence... The post EM Quick Hits 44 Fluids in Pancreatitis, Nasal Fractures, Delirium, DOSE VF, Intimate Par…
 
In this World Shared Practice Forum podcast, Dr. Robert Tasker discusses trends in research over the past year from his position as Editor-in-Chief of the Pediatric Critical Care Medicine Journal. Dr. Tasker shares his views on some of the most active areas of research in the field of pediatric critical care medicine in 2022 and provides an insider…
 
Happy Halloween! Welcome back to the second part of our scaries in medicine. In this podcast we will discuss a micronutrient that could completely change your mind, literally. When some patients have seizures and they think they are having a religious moment. And Stone Man Syndrome, where the patient feels like their body is turning into stone. Joi…
 
Measurement Schmeasurement: Questionable Measurement Practices and How to Avoid Them Flake JK, Fried EI. Adv Meth Pract Psychol Sci. 2020;3(4):456-465. doi:10.1177/2515245920952393 Due to copyright laws, unless the article is open source we cannot legally post the PDF on the website for the world to download at will. Brought to you by CSMi – https:…
 
In this short podcast, I discuss the upcoming 20 hr Step 2/3/Shelf exam course that takes place from 12/19-22 (12-5 pm MST each day), the NBME test taking strategies course taking place from 5-7.30 pm MST on 12/16, and the 4 hr biostatistics boot camp taking place from 1-5 pm MST on 12/15, all via zoom. Email me via the website for details on regis…
 
Joining us in this episode to discuss homesteading is Dawn Gallop. Dawn is a mother of nine children, a farmer, nurse, artist, cheesemaker, canner, soapmaker, and beekeeper. As someone who wants to share her knowledge with others, Dawn has also taken on the role of an educator. She teaches people her skills both in person and online with her Youtub…
 
Ep 110 Influenza, Take 2: Sitting Ducks; Fowl Play Over five years ago, on October 31, 2017, the very first episode of This Podcast Will Kill You premiered, an action-packed (and mildly disorganized) tour of the influenza virus and the 1918 flu pandemic. So much has happened since that episode’s release, both within the podcast and in the world of …
 
Contributor: Aaron Lessen, MD Educational Pearls: Torus (Buckle) fractures are a commonly encountered pediatric fracture pattern Typically presents as wrist pain secondary to a child falling on outstretched hand One edge of the bone “buckles” or bends because children’s bones are softer and more pliable Management Older studies have shown that shor…
 
Discipline is about teaching, not punishment. Children are sponges. They are constantly soaking up information about themselves, their relationships and their future. And parents are the most powerful influences on these messages, so what we do really matters. Knowing this, sometimes we double down on trying to assert our wisdom, hammer a point hom…
 
The McCullough Report with Dr. Peter McCullough – Shockingly, in the very first week of mass vaccination in December of 2020. The news reels were full of images depicting well-intentioned pregnant mothers getting injected with lipid nanoparticles laced with mRNA coding for the Wuhan Institute of Virology wild-type Spike protein. Reaction from prude…
 
In surgical care worldwide, there has been a growing trend towards enhanced recovery with the emphasis on early mobility, avoidance of unnecessary procedures and drug-induced side effects, andfaster return of normal gastrointestinal function, with the end result of shorter hospital stay. It’s natural to assume that regional anesthesiology and acute…
 
Pinpointing someone’s risk to develop dementia or frailty may rely on a blood test looking for cell free DNA, a Johns Hopkins study finds. Lolita Nidadavolu, a geriatrics expert and researcher, says this type of DNA provokes a reaction in … Cell free DNA in someone’s blood could have many consequences, Elizabeth Tracey reports Read More »…
 
Higher levels of DNA found circulating in the blood of older people put them at increased risk of developing both frailty, with loss of muscle mass and risk for falls, and dementia, a Johns Hopkins study has found. Peter Abadir, … What does freely circulating DNA in the blood have to do with dementia? Elizabeth Tracey reports Read More »…
 
DNA found circulating freely in the blood may point to an increased risk for frailty and dementia in older people, a Johns Hopkins study led by Peter Abadir, a geriatrics expert, has found. The study enrolled participants without any signs … Can small amounts of DNA in the blood predict an older person’s risk of frailty and dementia? Elizabeth Trac…
 
Water is the backbone of human life, and professionals like Anacleto Rizzo are committed to preserving it. As a hydraulic civil engineer, Anacleto works on sustainable water management, nature-based solutions for wastewater treatment, climate change adaptation policies, sustainable drainage systems, and more… With a Ph.D. in environmental engineeri…
 
Not everything that goes up, comes down, or out. During this holiday season, there have been a lot of foreign objects that might need help coming out. There are three classifications of rectal foreign bodies: involuntary non-sexual, voluntary non-sexual placement and voluntary during sexual practice. We will discuss how to manage varying degrees of…
 
Contributor: Travis Barlock, MD Educational Pearls: Normal Saline (NS) contains 154 mEq of both Sodium (Na) and Chloride (Cl), and has a pH of 5.5 Normal Na and Cl in adult humans are about 140 mEq/L and 103 mEq/L. respectively Excess negative charge resulting from hyperchloremia is managed via bicarbonate excretion leading to loss of base Overall,…
 
The Vanished is a true crime podcast that explores the stories of those who have gone missing. The Vanished goes beyond conventional news reports to take a deep dive into the story of a different missing person each week. Host Marissa Jones brings you exclusive interviews with family members, friends, law enforcement and experts on mainstream cases…
 
Moderate exercise reduces heart risk, mortality—but is more better? When to hold, when to fold with statins; Medical establishment, media dismiss vitamin D bone benefits on scant evidence; Now they want to stop paying for vitamin D blood tests? Are we all at risk for monkeypox? Stress increases cravings for “comfort food” (DUH!); Dementia risk incr…
 
Facebook shadow-bans Intelligent Medicine content; Pomegranate extract improves joint health; “Chemical imbalance”—long a rationale for prescribing antidepressants—may be made-up narrative; Sexual side effects of SSRIs may persist after discontinuation; Natural support for Barrett’s esophagus; Heart health poor for most US children.…
 
Large-scale AI models that enable next-generation applications like natural language processing and autonomous systems require intensive training and immense power. The monetary and environmental expense is too great. This is where analog deep learning comes into play. The concept behind it is to develop a new type of hardware that can accelerate t…
 
In this episode of the IJGC podcast, Editor-in-Chief Dr. Pedro Ramirez, is joined by Dr. Félix Boria to discuss the validation of ESGO quality indicators for cervical cancer. Mr. Boria is an attending physician of the gynecologic oncology division at the University of Navarra (Madrid, Spain) under the mentorship of Dr. Luis Chiva. He is currently f…
 
What could the chemistry of comets and interstellar objects tell us about the nature of our Solar System? Stefanie N. Milam is a planetary scientist that studies this intriguing subject using specialized ground- and space-based telescopes… Stefanie is the James Webb Space Telescope Deputy Project Scientist for Planetary Science at NASA's Goddard Sp…
 
In this episode, we sit down with Dr. Daniel Britt, the Pegasus Professor of Astronomy and Planetary Sciences at the Department of Physics, University of Central Florida. He joins us today to discuss his research on planetary geology. In addition to his work at the University of Central Florida, Daniel also periodically consults with NASA on their …
 
This week on our nationally syndicated radio show, we talk with two physicians who have looked closely at the research on using herbs for healing. Sometimes, people dismiss the medicines we can find in plants as old wives’ tales or silly home remedies. Increasingly, however, scientists are confirming that certain herbs can be very helpful to overco…
 
Medicine is occasionally like the reality TV show I’m a Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here! in that some of the things we have to do are just unpleasant, whereas other parts may be phobia-inducing. But how might having a phobia as a medical student affect the ways you are able to work on placement?In today’s episode, we’re going to be talking all about …
 
On this episode, I discuss tadalafil pharmacology, adverse effects, pharmacokinetics, and drug interactions. Tadalafil has a significantly longer half-life than sildenafil. I discuss how this is going to impact a patient that may need a nitrate. PDE-5 inhibitors like tadalafil are most commonly used for erectile dysfunction but I talk about other u…
 
Delve into this podcast to hear Pooja Shah speak to Dr Earlene Silvapulle, author of two articles on 'Preassessment of functional capacity' in the July and August 2022 BJA Education articles. The podcast covers some aspects of both subjective and objective methods of assessment of functional capacity and offers listeners an overview of the articles…
 
How does the brain react to sound therapy? In this episode, we connect with Lee Gerdes, the CEO of Cereset, a wellness company that helps its clients “relax their brains to manage stress, restore hope and achieve restful sleep.” With a background in math, physics, psychology, theology, and computer software, Lee has made fascinating discoveries reg…
 
Sports nutrition. Internationally acclaimed sports medicine expert Dr. Debasis Bagchi, author of, "Nutrition and Enhanced Sports Performance: Muscle Building, Endurance, and Strength," discusses diet and supplements to support athletic performance. What roles for carnitine, CoQ10, HMB, nicotinamide riboside and creatine? Branched-chain amino acids?…
 
Happy Thanksgiving EMM listeners, Mason here wanting to extend a special thank you to all of you for tuning in to our show. Today we are featuring a special episode on health disparities in the opioid epidemic and their intersection with the ER that we produced for the Iowa Healthcare Collaborative’s Compass Opioid Stewardship Program, a national i…
 
Featuring articles on pemafibrate to reduce cardiovascular risk, on lifting universal masking in schools, defibrillation strategies for refractory ventricular fibrillation, bepirovirsen in chronic hepatitis B infection, and the IARC perspective on oral cancer prevention; a review article on climate change and vectorborne diseases; a case report of …
 
Having a baby as a working mom is incredibly demanding. Unfortunately, many mothers can feel as though they don’t have the proper resources to take care of their babies while working – especially when breastfeeding and pumping are involved… Today we chat with Allison Tolman, a nurse, lactation consultant, and breast pump expert that is committed to…
 
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