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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.
 
Audio Perspectives from the The New England Journal of Medicine (NEJM), 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.To see the videos and associated commentaries for these Perspectives, visit NEJM.org.
 
This podcast reflects medicine’s most pressing issues through the eyes of residents. “The House” provides residents with a forum to share their stories from the bedside, where they are learning far more than the lessons of clinical medicine. Produced by the publishers of the New England Journal of Medicine, NEJM Resident 360 (http://resident360.nejm.org) provides residents with the information, resources, and support needed to approach rotations — and life as a resident — with confidence.
 
One-on-one interviews with leaders in health care, providing perspectives on what’s working in the industry, what’s not, and why.
 
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.
 
A Day in the Life is a podcast for medical students, by medical students. Interviews with attendings about daily life and training may help you explore a range of specialties.
 
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Whenever I’m stumped on a patient case or in my thinking about lipids, Ron is one of the first people I turn to for insight. Ron is recognized globally for his research into lipidology and has worn many hats in his career, including clinician, lipidologist, nutrition, genetics, and drug research. In this episode, we explore heart disease at its ...…
 
Featuring articles on enzalutamide in biochemical relapse of prostate cancer, dupilumab for moderate-to-severe asthma, and the safety of long-acting B2-agonists in asthma; a review article on preventing gastrointestinal bleeding in the hospital; a case report of a man with fever, arthralgias, and testicular pain; and Perspective articles on per ...…
 
The Landmarks in Oncology Pharmacy series returns with a review of 2 ondansetron studies from 1990, published simultaneously in NEJM.
 
Welcome to No Harm Done Episode 4 hosted by Cathy Balding and Cathy Jones, from Melbourne, Australia. In this episode we zoom in on data as our Quality Quandary. Adverse events. Complications. Audit. Public reporting. What does it all mean? Plus we discuss the advantage of getting rid of rules in Dr Dr and The Point considers some of the issues ...…
 
Namita Seth Mohta, MD, interviews Rana Awdish, MD, FCCP, Medical Director for Care Experience at Henry Ford Health System; Dale Glenn, MD, AAFP, Physician Lead of the Patient Experience Team at Hawaii Pacific Health; Ghazala Sharieff, MD, MBA, Corporate Vice President and Chief Experience Officer at Scripps Health; and Thomas Howell, MD, Vice M ...…
 
How often do you prescribe or give i.v. fluids to your patients? How much thought goes into what's contained in that fluid? What effect will you fluid choice have on your patient? Two trials on crystalloid administration in the acutely unwell patient have occupied a lot of conversation in the research world over the last few weeks, both publish ...…
 
Dan is joined by eminent physician, pharmacologist and former pharmacist Prof Dave Juurlink from the Faculty of Medicine at the University of Toronto. We talk about: Why Tramadol is a bad choice of analgesia Why Codeine upscheduling is a good idea for Canada and Australia How scheduling impacts medication choice How a 100-word "paper" in NEJM c ...…
 
Mary Jane Kornacki, MS, interviews Della Lin, MD, anesthesiologist and Senior Fellow in Patient Safety Leadership at Estes Park Institute, recorded live during the 2017 IHI National Forum. Mary Jane Kornacki: I’m here at the IHI National Forum in Orlando, Florida, with Dr. Della Lin. Dr. Lin is an anesthesiologist practicing in Hawaii, and […] ...…
 
Dr. John Balmes is a professor of medicine at the University of California, San Francisco and professor of public health at the University of California, Berkeley. Stephen Morrissey, the interviewer, is the Managing Editor of the Journal. J.R. Balmes. Where There’s Wildfire, There’s Smoke. N Engl J Med 2018;378:881-3.…
 
HP15C App Pythonista 3 Earth ArXiV Dr. Chris Jackson Dr. Tom Narock SHERPA/RoMEO EarthArXiv Fun Paper Friday This week we give you an excuse to eat chocolate and win a Nobel. “Chocolate Consumption, Cognitive Function, and Nobel Laureates,” Fanz H. Messerli, M.D. Spurious Correlations Contact us: Show - www.dontpanicgeocast.com - SWUNG Slack - ...…
 
Episode 12 - Violence in the Workplace: "I'm sorry, we don't do brain transplants." Wanting the impossible, balancing customer service with safe patient care, and worrying about how you'll clock out unscathed. Special episode with MOAB President and CEO Mike O'Malley, veteran nurse Sharona, and host Marie MacMillan. Thanks so much for listening ...…
 
Tom Lee interviews Adrienne Boissy, MD, MA, Chief Experience Officer of Cleveland Clinic Health System. Tom Lee: This is Tom Lee for NEJM Catalyst. I’m speaking today with Adrienne Boissy of the Cleveland Clinic. Adrienne is a good friend and colleague. She’s the Chief Experience Officer at Cleveland Clinic. She’s an outstanding practicing neur ...…
 
This week on The Rounds Table we are focusing on papers that highlight talent at home – here in Toronto! Kieran hosts Dr. James Downar and Dr. Mike Fralick to discuss their recent publications, and Emily and Sheliza bring listeners the final special segment of the year. The surprise question – Would I be surprised if this patient died within th ...…
 
When Nick Restrepo, MD, Vice President of Medical Affairs for Winchester Medical Center in Virginia, tapped funds to take colleagues to the annual IHI Forum for shared learning and to build collective commitment to better patient care, he fundamentally changed prevailing attitudes toward safety and quality and launched an innovative approach to ...…
 
Amy Compton-Phillips, Executive Vice President and Chief Clinical Officer for Providence St. Joseph Health, recalls what she learned from an assessment of her leadership style early in her career and how she changed based on what she learned. She also shares challenges as a woman leader given colleagues’ expectations in what has traditionally b ...…
 
Howard Green, MD, Chief of Anesthesiology at Winchester Medical Center in Virginia, recalls his experience of leadership in action while in the Marine Corps — and lessons that have stayed with him for more than 3 decades. This story was recorded live during the 2016 IHI National Forum. Mary Jane Kornacki: I’m speaking with Dr. […] The post Less ...…
 
As Chief Medical Officer of multi-hospital Memorial Hermann Health System, Dr. Michael Shabot has married the system’s demonstrated operational excellence with an audacious quality and safety agenda. The hospitals now routinely report stellar performance. This story was recorded live during the 2016 IHI National Forum. Mary Jane Kornacki: I’m h ...…
 
Former CareGroup hospital system CEO James Reinertsen reflects on the challenge of getting individual hospitals to function as a true system. Not probing deeply enough into leaders’ seemingly unanimous and enthusiastic support for going forward as one meant that unspoken dissent was not revealed or processed. The veneer of agreement had consequ ...…
 
Gary Kaplan, MD, Chief Executive Officer and Chairman of Virginia Mason Health System, recalls two pivotal moments in his organization’s transformation. In the early days of his tenure he confronted fallout from a change in the CEO selection process and found it necessary to generate urgency for deep and significant change — eliminating electio ...…
 
How should a young Army colonel deal with a physician colleague who pulls rank with juniors and creates an environment hostile to speaking up? Colonel Joseph Pina of the U.S. Army Medical Corps reflects on leveling the status differences that both military rank and professional hierarchy confer and the lessons in this challenge that are […] The ...…
 
When your patients pressure is in the toilet fluid resuscitation can only take you so far in certain clinical scenarios, and occasionally a vasoactive agent must used to keep them out of the morgue. NYC paramedics are getting a new vasopressor added to their tool box for treating the critically ill. In this episode we will briefly review Norepi ...…
 
Tom Lee: This is Tom Lee on behalf of NEJM Catalyst, and I’m speaking today with Dr. Rodney O. Tucker, an internist who is a Director of the University of Alabama at Birmingham UAB Center for Palliative and Supportive Care. He’s doing, with his colleagues, some really creative work, and that’s what we want […] The post Can Virtual Palliative Ca ...…
 
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