Best Ophthalmology podcasts we could find (Updated January 2019)
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OIS Podcast
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Welcome to the Ophthalmology Innovation Podcast where you get candid conversations with the leaders & drivers of ophthalmic innovation.
 
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An informal yet insightful commentary featuring interviews and perspectives from leaders in vitreoretinal surgery as well as the next generation of retinal specialists
 
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Volcanoes. Trees. Drunk butterflies. Mars missions. Slug sex. Death. Beauty standards. Anxiety busters. Beer science. Bee drama. Take away a pocket full of science knowledge and charming, bizarre stories about what fuels these professional -ologists' obsessions. Humorist and science correspondent Alie Ward asks smart people stupid questions and the answers might change your life.
 
The Great Leader has returned to Radio X and transmission of The Important Broadcast will commence on Sunday mornings from 11am - 1pm! Gather round, grab your listening partner and prepare for laughs, japes, larks and skits. You can listen to Radio X across the UK on DAB, 104.9 in London, 97.7 in Manchester on your mobile or via www.radiox.co.uk.You can send your listener comments to Danny@radiox.co.uk
 
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Specialty Stories
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Specialty Stories is a podcast to help premed and medical students choose a career. What would you do if you started your career and realized that it wasn't what you expected? Specialty Stories will talk to physicians and residency program directors from every specialty to help you make the most informed decision possible. Check out our others shows at MededMedia.com
 
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If you're preparing for your CSA exam, and struggle for time to read books and guidelines, this is for you! Designed and created to listen and learn on the go, this (just under) 5 hour audio exposes you to 100 types of CSA case, presentation and situation - and completely breaks them down. 🗣 "Amazing concept - so useful!" 🗣 "Was so impressed that I bought the other audiobook too!" 🗣 "Taking it on holiday to listen to!" Which questions to ask, what not to miss, key red flags, psychosocial lin ...
 
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It's tiny! It's beautiful! It's cold! It can kill you. Snow and avalanche expert Dr. Ned Bair meets up on a bench during a layover to chat about the beauty of snowflakes, the best ammo for snowball fights, firing cannons at mountainsides, avalanche flam-flam, the dangers of snow patrolling, a lifesaving goat-antelope, the best and worst ski mov ...…
 
Guest: Katherine D. Mathews, MD Guest: Craig M. McDonald, MD Guest: Richard S. Finkel, MD Pediatricians are uniquely positioned to provide family-centered care in Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy (DMD) and Spinal Muscular Atrophy (SMA) based on the understanding that the family is the child’s primary source of strength and support. Pediatricians nee ...…
 
Jay is joined by Dr. Jean Pierre Hubschman of University of California Los Angeles to discuss robotic surgery and its application to ophthalmic surgery including vitrectomy. Financial Disclosures: Dr. Sridhar is a consultant for Alcon, Alimera, and Allergan. Dr Hubschman has several patents submitted via UCLA on his robotic projects.…
 
Host: Robert Mocharnuk, MD Guest: David Kirschner Hemophilia A is a rare bleeding disorder caused by deficiency of clotting factor VIII (FVIII). The current standard of care for patients with severe hemophilia A centers on replacement therapy with FVIII concentrate, either on demand when bleeding occurs or prophylactically (replacement therapy) ...…
 
The teachings were food heavy this week. Can you tell the future with asparagus? Can you open a restaurant in your house? Which dinner is better, meatballs or toast? The Great Leader will answer your silly questions with flair and ease. Please send your listener comments to Danny@radiox.co.uk Thank you.…
 
If you're preparing for your CSA exam, and struggle for time to read books and guidelines, this is for you! Designed and created to listen and learn on the go, this (just under) 5 hour audio exposes you to 100 types of CSA case, presentation and situation - and completely breaks them down. 🗣 "Amazing concept - so useful!" 🗣 "Was so impressed th ...…
 
A few things are changing in the world of Ologies and I just wanted to take a few minutes in this bare-bones minisode to lay 'em out. Transcripts and bleeped versions will be available in the next month or two, donations are going to specific Ologist-chosen charities per episode, and finally, Ologies puts on big pants and has sponsors. Will I c ...…
 
We love them. We live with them. We are mystified by them. Alie hunted down professional cat behavior expert Dr. Mikel Delgado who dishes on everything from toilet training to feral taming to neonatal kittens to cats eating our dead bodies to domestication, toxoplasmosis, litter box strategies, cats on leashes, why they want to sit on your lapt ...…
 
Dr. Ajay Kuriyan joins to preview the January 2019 issue of Retinal Physician with discussion of digital imaging in vitreoretinal surgery, surgery in patients with history of ROP, VKH, and achromatopsia. Remember these articles can be found online at http://www.retinalphysician.com. Financial Disclosures: Dr. Sridhar is a consultant for Alcon, ...…
 
It's approaching a year to the day since The Great Leader brought The Important Broadcast back onto the airwaves. Today, it continued in typically magnificent form with new features, new sayings and new ideas about where honey comes from. This week's edition features ferries, a streaker, seasonal crimes and a microwave. Long may it continue. Pl ...…
 
This week’s episode focuses on a recent publication (https://www.nature.com/articles/s41591-018-0295-0) in Nature Medicine concerning the successful use of an intravitreal oligonucleotide for a form of Leber Congential Amaurosis (LCA). First, Dr. Allen Ho, one of the authors of the paper, rejoins the program to discuss the project and its impli ...…
 
The Great Leader is pleased to bestow upon you this; a reward for all of your devotion until this point. A New Year's Day spectacular full of prediction, anticipation, forecast and expectation. What will Steve do in the New Year? What will you call your children? What will the fashion look like? Prepare to learn all of this and more. Please sen ...…
 
DO YOU CARE ABOUT THE APOCALYPSE? Okay cool. No matter what your diet, get this episode in your ears. Entomophagy Anthropologist Dr. Julie Lesnik -- an enthusiastic expert on bug eating -- breaks down the human past, present and future of insect cuisine for our surging population. If you're considering cutting back on meat, or if you're a vegan ...…
 
Greetings! Welcome to this special edition of The Important Broadcast Podcast. As the year draws to a close, please enjoy "The Best of The Bits You Didn't Hear". Ok, sure; if you're a regular listener to the podcast, then you might well have heard these bits, but what are you going to do? Some of the words that you hear in this podcast are comp ...…
 
Jay is joined in our final episode of 2018 for journal club by Drs. Daniel Chao and Ajay Kuriyan to discuss 3 recent publications: first the PIVOT trial comparing primary vitrectomy and pneumatic retinopexy, then the FLUID study looking at the effect of residual SRF in wet AMD, and finally a study out of Stanford University looking at timing of ...…
 
We cover the clinical policy from the American College of Emergency Physicians - Clinical Policy: Critical Issues in the Evaluation and Management of Emergency Department Patients With Suspected Non–ST-Elevation Acute Coronary Syndromes In adult patients without evidence of ST-elevation acute coronary syndrome, can initial risk stratification b ...…
 
Kevin Waltz, OD, MD, talks to host Gary Wörtz, MD, about his recent experience as an ophthalmic patient. He shares his personal story as a way to help his fellow physicians better understand what their patients experience when undergoing surgery.
 
Members of the Vit-Buckle Society leadership and annual meeting committees join the program to preview the 2019 meeting and offer information on the highlights. Registration and hotel information for the meeting can be found here .
 
Birds! Horned screamers! Winged pirates! Just in time for the Audubon's winter Christmas Bird Count (which goes until Jan. 5) here is an encore presentation of an early episode. Professional bird-person and all around cool dude James Maley joins Alie to talk about bird mating, monogamy, the cult of ornithology, absurd birds, parrots that are sm ...…
 
Greetings from the warm bosom of The Important Broadcast. May your days be merry or bright. At this time of year, we join together and make hard to substantiate claims about ridiculous abilities that we have.... Well Steve does anyway. Can he really identify the flavour of crisp by touch alone??? Expect Christmas facts, Christmas Dinners and th ...…
 
Greetings from the warm bosom of The Important Broadcast. May your days be merry or bright. At this time of year, we join together and make hard to substantiate claims about ridiculous abilities that we have.... Well Steve does anyway. Can he really identify the flavour of crisp by touch alone??? Expect Christmas facts, Christmas Dinners and th ...…
 
Host: John J. Russell, MD Guest: J. Fernando Arevalo, MD, FACS Guest: Quan Dong Nguyen, MD, MSc, FAAO Presented by the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. This activity is supported by an independent medical education grant from Regeneron Pharmaceuticals, Inc. Recent data, including those presented at the 2018 American Academy of Ophth ...…
 
Drs. Zelia Correa, Geeta Lalwani, and Ashvini Reddy join the program for a panel discussion of the job and contract negotiation process with a special focus on maternity and sick leave. Book Recommendation from Dr. Correa: https://www.amazon.com/Women-Dont-Ask-Negotiation-Strategies/dp/0553383876/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1545059480&sr=8-1&keyword ...…
 
Foraging, infusing, shaking, stirring: this one's got it all. How do you make weird, fancy drinks at home? How much booze should you buy for a party? What drinks do bartenders hate to make? How can you avoid a hangover? What are the best mocktails? Famed bar chef and mixologist Matthew Biancaniello tours Alie through Malibu fire aftermath and t ...…
 
Is it ever too early to start getting into the yuletide spirit? The Great Leader thinks that yes, it can be too early. Not to worry; this week's show was a fairly Christmas-heavy zone nonetheless. Expect a big mistake from Steve, the time that Christian Bale met Donald Trump, a (verified) fact about cows and a welcome return from Bill Turnbull ...…
 
Guest: Bincy P. Abraham, MD, MS Guest: Jason Ken Hou, MD, MS, FACG Guest: Siddharth Singh, MD As the most common extraintestinal complication from IBD, iron deficiency anemia (IDA) can take a heavy toll on your patients’ quality of life. This activity will review those impacts, in addition to discussing the different therapies and resources tha ...…
 
Host: Vanessa Zimmerman, MSN, RN, MSCN Guest: Clyde E. Markowitz, MD Despite the high prevalence of multiple sclerosis (MS) on a national and global scale, research has found that healthcare providers lack proper education in making treatment decisions for patients from different geographic areas, minority groups, and patients with late-onset d ...…
 
Host: Andrea J. Singer, MD, FACP, CCD Guest: Ayesha Zia, MD Women with bleeding disorders, including hemophilia carriers and those with Von Willebrand disease (VWD), or VWD are disproportionately affected by bleeding when compared to men, largely due to menstruation and pregnancy. In this CME activity, discover how women’s healthcare providers ...…
 
Host: Paul P. Doghramji, MD, FAAFP Guest: Steven R. Feldman, MD, PhD Particularly among adolescent patients, treating acne is a top concern, which is why primary care physicians need to dedicate time to have this discussion with their patients. To help you develop the best management plan, this activity will cover treatment options based on acn ...…
 
Guest: Anthony J. Lembo, MD IBS is a common disorder affecting 10% to 15% of the adult population. IBS-D can be diagnosed using symptom-based criteria, a detailed physical exam, and select tests to exclude organic diseases. In this activity, clinicians will learn screening and detection methods for IBS-D, including ROME IV criteria, alarm featu ...…
 
Guest: Jeffrey B. Danzig, MD Patients with IBS-D may spend years before they are accurately diagnosed, with their symptoms often being labeled as psychosomatic. Considering the potential underlying cause of IBS-D can help guide diagnosis as well as the choice of appropriate treatment. In this activity, clinicians will learn screening methods an ...…
 
Guest: Darren M. Brenner, MD, AGAF Patients with IBS-D often try multiple medications that fail to treat their symptoms. IBS has a heterogeneous pathogenesis, and there are no specific algorithms for treatment subtypes. In this activity, clinicians will learn treatment options to consider for patients with IBS-D in whom some previous therapies ...…
 
Host Gary Wörtz, MD, covers the topic of private equity with two different guests. First, Jim Loden, MD, offers some historical perspective on the subject, then later, Tal Raviv, MD, gives his thoughts on the potential benefits and drawbacks of private equity in ophthalmology.
 
Dr. Yoshi Yonekawa and Dr. Will Parke join the program to discuss recent publications concerning pediatric retinal detachment surgery, open label extension of RISE and RIDE, and blood pressure fluctuations during intravitreal injections. Pediatric Retinal Detachment Surgery Open Label Extension RISE and RIDE Blood Pressure Fluctuations During IVI…
 
Guest: Vincent A. Mukkada, MD Eosinophilic esophagitis is a chronic, immune-mediated or antigen-mediated disease, and since it requires a clinical and histologic diagnosis, a team of healthcare professionals is needed—from a pediatrician or primary care doctor to a pathologist or gastroenterologist. But diagnosis is only the first step. Here to ...…
 
Guest: Lee Philip Shulman, MD, FACOG, FACMG With fetal chromosomal aneuploidies being a common cause of congenital malformation and miscarriages, screening for these aneuploidies has for many years been identified by ACOG as an important component of obstetrical care. Noninvasive prenatal testing (NIPT) provides a means to screen women for thes ...…
 
Are we crazier during a full moon? What is the Moon made of? Can we move to the Moon? Was the Moon landing a hoax? What's up with all those craters? Planetary geologist and selenologist Raquel Nuno loves the Moon and sits down to answer approximately 1 million of Alie's shameless questions. Gaze into the sky with newfound understanding and appr ...…
 
The Great Leader invites listeners (senior and junior alike) onto The Broadcast with caution. He does so to appear approachable, warm and affable. This week, it was decreed that Senior Listener Ben should be allowed to spend some time experiencing The Broadcast first hand, owing to his absent-minded Mother's actions, which caused him to miss th ...…
 
Dr. Ed Ryan of Minneapolis, MN joins the show to discuss device design, vitrectomy advances, and scleral buckling pearls.
 
If you LIVE for drama, you will LOVE dead Romans. Wars, murders, opulence and uprisings: a little something for everyone. Classical Archeologist and TV host Dr. Darius Arya dishes about priceless garbage piles, lead poisoning, ancient political scandals, pottery graveyards, unearthing sculptures, tomb discoveries, what's under European cities, ...…
 
Guest: Adam S. Cheifetz, MD Guest: Alan C. Moss, MD This innovative, case-based CME activity features two prominent faculty covering important, timely issues and data related to the treatment and monitoring of inflammatory bowel disease (IBD). Using case studies, the faculty will explore diagnosis and management strategies to maximize patient c ...…
 
A collection of audio messages in tribute of Dr. Joseph Maguire, vitreoretinal surgeon, teacher, and mentor, who passed away recently on November 23rd 2018. Read more in our blog post .
 
Greetings and Get Into the Music to you. With a new producer at the helm while the esteemed Joe Attewell is on his island retreat, we find out how the Great Leader and his Underling Steve, cope with change. As you would you expect, Steve revolts with his own new hastily invented feature. Plus, a deep analysis, almost bordering on spoken dissert ...…
 
Host: Andrea J. Singer, MD, FACP, CCD Guest: Stephen M. Cohen, MD, FACOG As the third-leading cause of gynecologic hospitalization, endometriosis affects about 10% of all women and 30-50% of symptomatic premenopausal women. However, this number is probably higher because some women are asymptomatic. And while the diagnosis of endometriosis is p ...…
 
Host: Shira Johnson, MD Guest: David S. Pisetsky, MD, PhD Early treatment plays a big role in slowing joint damage and the other lasting effects of rheumatoid arthritis (RA). To help primary care practices get these patients to treatment faster, this activity reviews key considerations when performing diagnostic testing for two autoantibodies, ...…
 
Host Gary Wörtz, MD, speaks to Ken Beckman, MD, about his contributions to innovations taking place in the cornea space. He touches on different topics surrounding corneal crosslinking and the challenges the treatment presents.
 
Guest: Sabrina Fabi, MD, FAAD, FAACS Guest: Neil Sadick, MD While Poly-L Lactic Acid (PLLA/Sculptra® Aesthetic) has been used for non-facial volumization for some time now, there’s a lot of safety precautions that need to be considered to reach the best possible patient outcomes. Reviewing best practices for the off-label use of PLLA are Dr. Sa ...…
 
Guest: Rebecca Fitzgerald, MD, FAAD, ASDS Guest: Sabrina Fabi, MD, FAAD, FAACS Using Poly-L Lactic Acid (PLLA/Sculptra®Aesthetic) gives you the ability to enhance your patients’ facial volume—but only when done correctly. Here to review the best practices for using PLLA on the most common areas of the face are Dr. Sabrina Fabi and Dr. Rebecca F ...…
 
LOVE YOUR GUTS. 90% of your serotonin is made in your guts and you have hundreds of trillions of friends clinging to you at all times. Microbiologist Dr. Elaine Hsiao is a total badass who runs her own lab investigating the role of the gut biome in behaviors. She sat down to chat about anxiety, depression, elusive fecal transplants, autism, epi ...…
 
Jay is joined Dr. Audina Berrocal of the Bascom Palmer Eye Institute to cover a myriad of topics including pediatric retinal surgery, gene therapy, staffing fellow surgery, and interviewing residency applicants.
 
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