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Best Physicianassistant podcasts we could find (updated June 2020)
Best Physicianassistant podcasts we could find
Updated June 2020
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This is the PAINE Podcast. A podcast for physician assistants to prepare for passing the PANCE/PANRE, as well as staying up to date on clinical literature. Every month I breakdown a topic on the NCCPA blueprint and tell you what you need to know when studying for your boards. I also tackle the current literature that may be practice changing, as well as other emerging medical practice topics.
 
Urgent Care Basics aims to give the urgent care provider the most up to date medical knowledge packaged as a podcast. Weekly podcasts addressing topics focused on urgent care. Primary care topics will also be discussed as seen through the lens of an urgent care provider. Educational, entertaining, and easy to access!
 
SAGEClinician is the podcast for healthcare providers where we talk about the NON clinical aspect of being a healthcare provider. SAGE Clinicians are Strategic, Astute, Gusty and Enlightened. We talk with experts on business, finances, emotional and physical health for us, healthcare policy, leadership, legislation and so much more. Who is this for? It's for the new clinician as well as the seasoned clinician. We are nurses, nurse practitioners, physician assistants, physicians, healthcare a ...
 
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*There were some technical difficulties during the first 7 minutes of this episode with Ben's mic. We have cut down the dead space from when it wasn't working but left Tom and PollyAnna's audio.* Episode 65 is a replay of our Facebook Live from May 7th with PollyAnna talking intimacy in quarantine. She gives some great tips for singles to spark new…
 
Dr. Nayana Somaratna is CEO and Co-Founder of Medical Joyworks and creator of the Prognosis app series and the Clinical Sense app. As well as holding a medical degree, Dr. Somaratna also holds an IT degree and just this year completed a law degree. Today’s episode sees him discuss his background and inspiration for his company as well as how to app…
 
Getting back into the swing of things, this is an episode we recorded (Pre-COVID) around Valentine's Day talking about sexually transmitted diseases. We welcome Tiffeine to the show and get all kinds of education about symptoms, testing, and treatment of STDs. As is par for the course, we (Ben & Tom) spend alot of time laughing throughout this epis…
 
We have made it! Another milestone to celebrate. 200 podcasts down and (hopefully) many more to come. The format continues to change, but we hope to provide many great discussions and continue to educate as much as possible. The goal moving forward is to continue to provide high quality content.
 
It has been a hot minute since I did a psychiatry podcast from the blueprint. Full disclosure….it is not my strong suit. On top of that, the double topic months are hard to crank out two quality podcasts and, unfortunately, psychiatry has suffered. So for the 2nd podcast of May, I am going to cover the screening tools for some of the more common ps…
 
Chase DiMarco holds an MS, MBA-HA, and is an MD/PhD-candidate, having studied at Saint James School of Medicine in the Caribbean. He is the founder of FreeMedEd.org and host of The Medical Mnemonist and 1-Minute Preceptor podcast. Chase has also co-authored the book Read This Before Medical School. Today’s episode sees Chase interviewed by 4th year…
 
We celebrate another anniversary with this podcast. This podcast marks the 200th one! With every 50th podcast, we invite back Ken Milne from The SGEM. When trying to decide what to discuss this time, Ken suggested we discuss the Peltzman Effect. If you are not familiar, no problem! Ken breaks it down for us and how it is applied to medicine, includ…
 
Michelle Miller holds a PhD in Cognitive Psychology and is Professor of Psychological Sciences at Northern Arizona University. She also serves as President’s Distinguished Teaching Fellow. Additionally, Dr. Miller has published several books and studies on memory and effective learning. Today’s episode will cover principles and techniques for memor…
 
We had an excellent opportunity that we had to turn into a video podcast. The roundtable discussion is with Weill Cornell Medicine in New York City staff: a physician (Dr. McCarty), a PA (Matt), and a RN (Christina). They cover their ED's response and how each of them took on new roles to better manage patients in this challenging time. Their tips …
 
Dr. Shae Datta is a neurologist and Director of Concussion and neurocognition at New York University, Langone. She also serves as the Chief Executive Officer at Residency Success. Dr. Datta has researched numerous subjects in the area of brain trauma, including the gut/brain link and study success through brain health. Residency Success is a platfo…
 
Adrian Banning is back as our guest host this week. Once again, she did a stellar job and performed a very interesting interview with David Allen. As demonstrated on his Instagram account, he has become internationally renowned for his work as a tattoo artist. He focuses most of his work on mastectomy scar coverage. He has been published on JAMA an…
 
Gabe Wyner, author of Fluent Forever, is fluent in 8 languages and has developed multiple strategies for mnemonics-based learning. Today’s episode will cover how to apply those strategies to the medical field. Intro 2:20 Developing Initial Learning Strategies. 7:10 Implementing Memory Skills: Pre-packaged vs. Personalized Options 10:08 Levels of Pr…
 
Dr. Eric Gantwerker is the medical director of Level Ex games which include CardioEx, PulmEx, AirwayEx, and GastroEx. Gaming is a great way to inspire attention and active learning in medicine but also one we rarely use in education. Today’s episode will cover some of the psychology and research behind game design in medical learning. Intro 2:55 Ga…
 
So, back in 2016 on episode #11, I reviewed the cyanotic congenital heart diseases and said I would (at some point) cover the acyanotic lesions. Well, my friends, the time has come. For the pediatrics topic of 2020, I will review the big four acyanotic CHD (VSD, ASD, PDA, CoA) on the pediatric EOR and PANCE blueprint to wrap this topic up.…
 
If you have been to a healthcare facility recently or work in a hospital, chances are you have been screened as soon as you got to that location. Sometimes, you are even screened prior to arrival. The same strategies are being proposed to help us return to our "normal" lives. While this may seem like a beneficial strategy, there is a significant pr…
 
This is a replay of the raw feed from a live Facebook chat on 4/15/2020. The information and statistics discussed were part of the ever changing landscape of COVID19 and therefore would only be reliable as of the date of the chat (4/15/2020). We took to Facebook Live to do a Q&A regarding the novel coronavirus, COVID19 as well as address some consp…
 
This is a replay of the raw feed from a live Facebook chat on 4/7/2020. The information and statistics discussed were part of the ever changing landscape of COVID19 and therefore would only be reliable as of the date of the chat (4/7/2020). We took to Facebook Live to do a Q&A regarding the novel coronavirus, COVID19 and also address some of the co…
 
This is a replay of the raw feed from a live Facebook chat on 3/31/2020. The information and statistics discussed were part of the ever changing landscape of COVID19 and therefore would only be reliable as of the date of the chat (3/31/2020). We took to Facebook Live to do a Q&A regarding the novel coronavirus, COVID19…
 
We are in a point of time where information is incredibly easy to access. We also have the convenience to be able to rapidly share information. We are also in a crisis from a pandemic. We as a whole are in a dangerous situation where misinformation, rumors, and bias can play a major part in hurting ourselves, our loved ones, and the world as a whol…
 
Discover test-taking tips, test-prep strategies, how to increase motivation, and more! Chase DiMarco finishes up this 7-part mini-series with test-taking tips, test-prep strategies, how to increase motivation, and much more. We all struggle with these topics at some point in our academic careers. However, knowing how to notice when things are going…
 
We are back to talk more about POCUS with COVID-19. This post covers the clinical course when using lung ultrasound, Q&A from someone who experienced it first hand, and how to disinfect your pocket ultrasound device. We are joined in this discussion by Dr. Yale Tung Chen.
 
Review test-taking skills, preparation, and how to use self-assessments and mentorship to thrive! In these last episodes of the Recap series, we will discuss test-taking skills, preparation, and how to use self-assessments and mentorship to bring our skills to the next level! Though proper exam prep, both for our mind and our bodies, we can limit m…
 
We are in the middle of the COVID-19 pandemic, and there are still many unanswered questions. As mentioned in our previous post, we will not discuss in detail specific treatments yet as new data is constantly coming out and it is all very limited. However, one question that comes up frequently is the use of ibuprofen and if it is safe with COVID-19…
 
Uncover best practices for memory palaces and mistakes to be aware of to create elaborate and dense palaces. This is our FINAL recap for medical mnemonics as we finish off the best practices for memory palaces and mistakes to be aware of. With an organized structure, we can create very elaborate and dense palaces. Alternatively, with less structure…
 
As we continue our discussion regarding COVID-19, we wanted to cover the point of care ultrasound (POCUS) findings that you should know. Much discussion surrounds this topic including some debates about if and how it should be used. We tackle when, why, and how to use POCUS for COVID-19 as well as what to look for in this video podcast ("vodcast").…
 
Thank you. To my medical colleagues, physicians, NPs and PAs, EMS, nurses. Thank you! Keep fighting a good fight. Please allow us to offer you free category 1 CME. There is now a coupon code on American Medical Seminars called "Hero2020." This is for your use to earn free CME for the Heroes of the Healthcare profession fighting on the front lines. …
 
In another installment of bonus episodes (recorded 3/18/2020) covering COVID19, we look at current treatment with a discussion of corticosteroids and NSAIDs. We also debunk some of the common myths we are seeing on social media in regards to COVID19 and end with a heartfelt thank you to those on the front line as well as those in the background hel…
 
Infectious disease can become intertwined with illicit drug use for a variety of reasons. HIV, hepatitis, and endocarditis are some of the common examples where drug use can lead someone to need help from an infectious disease specialist. However, Patrick Bafuma interviewed Dr. Michael Silverman regarding some interesting research he did regarding …
 
Discover how to create visual mnemonics, dynamic stories, and add these into a memory palace. Here is our second part of the accelerated learning and mnemonics recap of all 2019 highlights! You will get a much more succinct view of how to create visual mnemonics, how to create dynamic stories and an introduction in adding these into a memory palace…
 
With our last podcast discussing some of the key facts of COVID-19, it is worth discussing another important component: resource utilization. One of the scarier projections with a large outbreak is how resources can be used to their maximum capacity very quickly. We break down how COVID-19 is one example that can have disastrous consequences.…
 
Ian Gibbs, author of 23 Tips to Learn Stuff Better, provides a few simple study tips. In this episode, we have Ian Gibbs, speaker on academic learning and author of multiple books including 23 Tips to Learn Stuff Better. Ian was able to 4x his learning speed when he learned how to implement a few simple study methods. Today, we will learn how to “l…
 
What are the latest recommendations from infectious disease physicians and the CDC on the coronavirus? It is an honor to speak with Dr. Gluckman, who is an infectious disease doctor with 48 years of experience. Stephen J. Gluckman, MD, is a Professor of Medicine at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania. He specializes in infectious disease…
 
Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) has been a very popular topic over the last few months. However, there has been a great deal of misinformation and new information that has changed what we previously thought about this disease. While we discuss this topic, it is worth noting that this may continue to change further and that this post was last up…
 
Examine accelerated learning techniques and focus on the limitations of our brain and memory to fight against the Forgetting Curve. In this episode, we will take our first recap look at accelerated learning techniques. Here, we focus on the limitations of our brain and our memory. With a deeper understanding of these limitations, we can plan to fig…
 
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