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Showcasing major breakthroughs in the field, Project Oncology® educates and assists the heroes who dedicate their lives to pioneering new advancements in the war against cancer. Hear from leading oncologists as they discuss essential screening and diagnostic tools, emerging therapies, counseling strategies, and more.
 
A collaboration between InsideTheBoards and Elsevier, this is Dr. Ted O'Connell's podcast of the bestselling USMLE Step 2 Secrets, 5th Edition. It features an audio optimized version of USMLE Step 2 Secrets and high yield USMLE and COMLEX style question dissections so you can learn how the experts approach exam questions. Listen while you commute, exercise, clean, or do other "life stuff". This podcast is the perfect on the go study companion for your USMLE; COMLEX; and internal medicine, su ...
 
Dr. Celestine is an Obstetrics and Gynecology physician. She has created For Vaginas Only (FVO) as the place to go to for information about the female body that is explained in the way you wish your doctor would explain it! She discusses topics in a simplistic and understandable way so that every woman out there, especially young women and girls discovering their bodies, can understand both the good and the bad of what goes on with the vagina......and its associated parts! ;)Be a part of For ...
 
Email podcast@pimpedmed.com with comments, questions, and episode ideas. Pimped-Ob/Gyn is a podcast aimed at medical, PA, and NP students who are entering their clinical rotation in Ob/Gyn. It covers topics including Your Ob/Gyn Survival Guide-Tips and Tricks, Labor and Delivery, Vaginal deliveries, C-sections, Hysterectomies and more. Each podcast walks you through a portion of what you’ll experience during your clinical rotations, gives you tips for excelling, preps you for the Pimping tha ...
 
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Dr. Dwight Rouse, Editor-in-Chief, and Dr. John Fischer, Web Editor, review the articles that have been designated as Editors’ Picks for the February 2021 issue (mortality after severe maternal morbidity; postoperative negative pressure wound therapy; primary self-collected HPV testing among women with HIV). This podcast features an interview with …
 
Guest: Christopher Lathan, MD, MS, MPH Healthcare professionals have found that zip code is a better indicator of health for many patients rather than cholesterol or genetics, highlighting a significant disparity in the field of medicine. What can we do to overcome this obstacle? Dr. Christopher Lathan, Associate Medical Director of the Dana Farber…
 
Host: Jacob Sands, MD Guest: Christopher Lathan, MD, MS, MPH Oftentimes, a patient’s zip code is a better indicator of health than blood pressure or genetics, highlighting a significant disparity among communities. How are barriers such as systemic racism contributing to this disparity, and what can we do to change that? Dr. Jacob Sands is joined b…
 
Host: Jacob Sands, MD Guest: Taofeek K. Owonikoko, MD, PhD, MSCR After years without new approvals, advancements in small cell lung cancer are at the forefront of oncology. But what do these therapeutic developments mean for the field? Dr. Taofeek Owonikoko, professor and vice-chair for faculty development in the Department of Hematology and Medica…
 
Host: Jacob Sands, MD Guest: Nabil F. Saba, MD Emerging research on head and neck cancer has moved away from HPV-negative diseases upon the discovery of HPV-positive diseases, specifically HPV-positive oropharynx cancer. What do we know about managing and treating this disease? Dr. Nabile Saba dives into treatment considerations, specifically immun…
 
Host: Jacob Sands, MD Guest: Nabil F. Saba, MD Since head and neck cancer is still to a large extent a surgical disease, the COVID-19 pandemic had an immediate impact on its management. Here to share how he pivoted his approach and how the pandemic might impact the future of head and neck cancer care is Dr. Nabil Saba, a Professor and Vice Chair fo…
 
Host: Edward Chu, MD Guest: Michael J. Overman, MD Recent immunotherapy approvals have changed the treatment paradigm for first and subsequent lines of treatment for patients with microsatellite-high or mismatch repair deficient metastatic colorectal cancer. Join us as we deep dive into recent and newly emergent data to better understand how to bri…
 
Host: Jennifer Caudle, DO Guest: Suma Satti, MD Small cell lung cancer is an aggressive form of lung cancer, and until recently therapeutic options have been limited. Joining Dr. Jennifer Caudle to discuss the role of immunotherapy in combination with chemotherapy in the treatment of this devastating disease as well as recent data from a clinical t…
 
2020 was a year shaped by the COVID-19 pandemic. In the women’s health realm, we have been especially concerned about what COVID means for pregnancy. On this episode of the Women’s Healthcast, Dr. Igor Iruretagoyena joined us to talk about COVID and pregnancy – whether pregnant people are at higher risk of severe illness with COVID, if pregnant peo…
 
Host: Jacob Sands, MD Guest: Therese T. Bevers, MD Fear of the COVID-19 pandemic has led to added safety precautions that have prevented patients from receiving much-needed cancer screenings. How will this impact the field of oncology, and what can we do to encourage patients to get their screenings? Dr. Therese Beavers, Medical Director of the Can…
 
Dr. Dwight Rouse, Editor-in-Chief, and Dr. John Fischer, Web Editor, review the articles that have been designated as Editors’ Picks for the January 2021 issue (addressing physician burnout; statewide severe maternal morbidity review; penicillin allergy testing in pregnancy). This podcast features an interview with Leslie Bradford, MD, and Gretchen…
 
Host: Paul P. Doghramji, MD, FAAFP Guest: Corey S. Cutler, MD, MPH, FRCPC Guest: Doris M. Ponce, MD Acute graft-versus-host disease (aGVHD) is a common complication of allogeneic hematopoietic stem cell transplantation and is a major cause of morbidity and mortality. Although systemic corticosteroids are traditional first-line treatment for aGVHD, …
 
Host: Stephen Cohen, MD Guest: Thomas C. Wright, Jr., MD Regardless of the cervical cancer screening (CCS) approach used, effective triage tests are needed to improve diagnostic evaluation. An ideal screening and triage approach should identify as many precancerous lesions as possible while referring as few women as possible to colposcopy. Learn ho…
 
ITB is proud to announce a collaboration between Ars Longa Media and a group of medical students from Johns Hopkins University: The Health Beat. This show aims to deliver medical news in a digestible fashion for fellow students and the general public as well. The group has been following the coronavirus pandemic extensively and posting daily to the…
 
Host: Robert Mocharnuk, MD Guest: Richard S. Finn, MD Guest: Amit Singal, MD, MS The majority of patients with HCC have advanced disease at diagnosis and aren’t candidates for potentially curative treatment options, such as resection, liver transplantation, or ablation. Advances in immune checkpoint inhibitor therapy are transforming the way clinic…
 
How much do you know about your pelvic floor? Angie Sergeant, nurse practitioner in the UW Health Women's Pelvic Wellness Clinic, joined the Women's Healthcast to talk about common pelvic floor questions, including risk factors for pelvic floor disorders, pelvic floor physical therapy and other interventions, and what visits to her clinic look like…
 
Dr. Nancy Chescheir, Editor-in-Chief, and Dr. John Fischer, Web Editor, review the articles that have been designated as Editors’ Picks for the December 2020 issue (diabetes-related stillbirths; adherence to gynecologic oncology oral therapies; physician gender and cesarean delivery). This podcast features an interview with Jessica M. Page, MD, aut…
 
Health literacy – how well we can find, understand, and apply information to help us make health decisions – affects many areas of our lives. Reading nutrition labels in the grocery store, following instructions on prescription bottles, being able to tell whether an article shared by a high school acquaintance on social media is accurate – these ar…
 
Economic policy has a significant effect on our individual health. And policies are not always equitable. Dr. Tiffany Green joined the Women's Healthcast to discuss ways systems and structures affect health: how health and economic security are cyclically linked, how COVID-19 has highlighted many structural inequities in our country, and important …
 
Dr. Nancy Chescheir, Editor-in-Chief, and Dr. John Fischer, Web Editor, review the articles that have been designated as Editors’ Picks for the November 2020 issue (subcutaneous buprenorphine extended-release use; wireless laparoscopy; sexual function with pelvic organ prolapse surgery). This podcast features an interview with Danielle Antosh, MD, …
 
Host: Scott Kopetz, MD, PhD Guest: Prof Eric Van Cutsem, MD, PhD Guest: Josep Tabernero, MD, PhD Dr. Scott Kopetz, Prof. Eric Van Cutsem, and Dr. Josep Tabernero engage in a panel discussion with a focus on the practice-changing initial and subsequently updated mature findings from the BEACON trial. These pivotal findings alter the standard of care…
 
Host: Scott Kopetz, MD, PhD Guest: Prof Eric Van Cutsem, MD, PhD Dr. Scott Kopetz and Prof. Eric Van Cutsem evaluate both the initial and updated pivotal outcomes from the BEACON trial in second- and third-line BRAF V600E-mutated metastatic colorectal cancer. They extend their discussion of these practice-changing results to include the early-stage…
 
Host: Richard T. Penson, MD, MRCP Guest: Linda R. Duska, MD, MPH There remains a critical unmet need for effective therapies following the recurrence of endometrial cancer. In this activity, Drs. Linda Duska and Richard Penson assess the role of immunotherapy and targeted therapies in managing advanced endometrial cancers, as well as the importance…
 
In this episode we dive into the world of insulins and the management of preexisting diabetes in pregnancy. feedback@obgyn.fm Uteroplacental blood flow in diabetic pregnancy: Measurements with iridium 113m and a computer-linked gamma camera. L. Nylund et al. AJOG. 1982 Pre-existing diabetes, maternal glycated haemoglobin, and the risks of fetal and…
 
Dr. Nancy Chescheir, Editor-in-Chief, and Dr. John Fischer, Web Editor, review the articles that have been designated as Editors’ Picks for the October 2020 issue (HPV Vaccination for Health Care Workers; Origins of Brachial Plexus Injury; Mifepristone Cost Analysis). This podcast features an interview with Grace Johnson, MD, author of the article …
 
September is Gynecologic Cancer Awareness Month. On this episode of the Women’s Healthcast, Dr. Ryan Spencer talks about endometrial cancer, the most common gynecologic cancer in the United States. He shares risk factors for endometrial cancer, what diagnosis and treatment look like, and ways to reduce your risk of developing this type of cancer. D…
 
As we learned on the last Women’s Healthcast, preterm birth is fairly common. But the rate of preterm birth is elevated for Black women in the United States, with approximately 13.8% of babies born preterm, according to the March of Dimes. Dr. Jasmine Zapata joins us on this Women’s Healthcast to talk about what being born prematurely can mean for …
 
Host: Mark A. Socinski, MD Guest: Alexander Drilon, MD There are now multiple biomarker-defined patient subgroups in advanced non-small cell lung cancer (NSCLC), including RET rearrangements, and there is growing evidence that treatment with targeted therapies has significant clinical outcomes. In response to current rapid changes in the field of N…
 
Host: Sara Hurvitz, MD Guest: Jacob Sands, MD Anti-HER2 therapy is well established as a first-line approach for many patients with metastatic breast cancer. HER2 has now been identified as an oncogenic driver across multiple malignancies, including non-small cell lung cancer, colorectal cancer, and gastric cancer. Dr. Sara A. Hurvitz and Dr. Jacob…
 
Dr. Nancy Chescheir, Editor-in-Chief, and Dr. John Fischer, Web Editor, review the articles that have been designated as Editors’ Picks for the September 2020 issue (Intraoperative Techniques for Sling Tensioning; Opioid Use After Ectopic Pregnancy; Time to Obstetric Care in the United States). This podcast features an interview with Erin Brennand,…
 
Host: Mark A. Socinski, MD Guest: Helena Yu, MD Advances in treatment and new insights into the biology of epidermal growth factor receptor (EGFR) mutation-positive non-small cell lung cancer (NSCLC) have led to the development of treatments that significantly extend overall survival. In this discussion, Drs. Mark Socinski and Helena Yu cover the l…
 
Dr. Nancy Chescheir, Editor-in-Chief, and Dr. John Fischer, Web Editor, review the articles that have been designated as Editors’ Picks for the August 2020 issue (Association of Obesity With Postpartum Tubal Ligation; Obstetrics and Gynecology Residents’ Surgical Confidence; Postpartum Therapeutic Anticoagulation). This podcast features an intervie…
 
After giving her keynote lecture “What’s My Impact?” at the UW-Madison Department of Ob-Gyn’s Resident Research Day in early 2020, Dr. Amy Young joined the Women’s Healthcast to talk about the importance of inquiry in medicine, how she helps medical learners take their curiosity a step further, and why this spirit of lifelong learning means better …
 
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