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Supercharge your learning and enhance your practice with this Internal Medicine Podcast featuring board certified Internists as they interview national and international experts to bring you clinical pearls and practice changing knowledge. Doctors Matthew Watto, Stuart Brigham, and Paul Williams deliver some knowledge food for your brain hole. No boring lectures here, just high value content and a healthy dose of humor. Fantastic podcast for Internal Medicine, Family Medicine, Primary Care, ...
 
Primary Care RAP is an irresistible monthly podcast full of audio CME, presentations, reviews and perspectives. Get started today with some free CME.
 
Neurology in Primary Care is an excellent resource for practicing primary care providers. We respect your time and understand your need for a different type of educational media.
 
This podcast is for general informational and educational purposes only and is not to be considered as medical advice for any particular patient. Clinicians must rely on their own informed clinical judgment in making recommendations to their patients. ©2016 by Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, all rights reserved.
 
A podcast about the newest form of psychological service delivery - primary care behavioral health. Listen to learn about how it works and how it could transform the practice of mental health care in the United States.
 
Optimal care for depression should involve regular assessment of symptom resolution, treatment adherence, and tolerability. In this podcast, listen to experts discuss difficult cases and how they were resolved. This CME podcast series is supported by an educational grant from Takeda Pharmaceuticals International, Inc., U.S. Region and Takeda. The faculty for this CME activity and the CME Institute staff were asked to complete a statement regarding all relevant personal and financial relation ...
 
The Direct Primary Care (DPC) Podcast is a podcast about a a new and innovative model of healthcare. Once thought to be a practice only for the wealthy, DPC is now spreading across the country and becoming available to all as a more feasible, more sustainable and happier model of care delivery. By charging a low cost monthly fee to patients, doctors are able to take back the freedom that was taken from them decades ago, and patients are able to reap the rewards of a doctor they know and who ...
 
This podcast, provided and recorded by the Publisher of The Primary Care Companion for CNS Disorders, John Shelton, PhD, provides audio summaries of each issue of the peer-reviewed Primary Care Companion, as well as special commentaries and offerings on mental and neurologic illness in the clinical setting.
 
This activity is designed to meet the educational needs of primary care physicians, nurses, social workers and other healthcare professionals involved in the management of patients with blood cancers.
 
To educate primary care clinicians, in accordance with guidelines, on using effective management and counseling strategies for adults who have or who are at risk of developing chronic viral hepatitis due to hepatitis B virus infection.
 
Lectures and talks from researchers and invited speakers at the Nuffield Department of Primary Care Health Sciences. We deliver world-class research, engagement and training that advances primary care, influences health policy and develops professional skills for the delivery of better health care in the community.
 
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Primary Care Today features conversations with clinical experts representing a wide range of medical specialties to highlight the latest trends in primary care practice, from clinical pearls to updated guidelines, health informatics, and practice management. This series is hosted by Dr. Brian McDonough, a nationally recognized clinical expert, teacher, and public speaker in primary care.
 
On the last Thursday of each month the PCPCC hosts its Monthly National Briefing, a public teleconference where members, partners, and medical home advocates can join in the conversation to learn more about trends, innovations, partnerships, and advancements in the medical home sector. The calls feature a brief presentation from one or more experts in the primary care and medical home field to discuss the latest research or best practices in the areas of care delivery transformation, payment ...
 
To educate primary care clinicians, in accordance with guidelines, on using effective screening, diagnostics, patient education, and general management strategies for adults who have or who are at risk of developing chronic viral hepatitis due to hepatitis B virus infection.
 
Primary Care RAP is an irresistible monthly podcast full of audio CME, presentations, reviews and perspectives. Get started today with some free CME.
 
priority topics for family medicine and community pharmacy
 
The Hippo Education Podcast is the place for the best free audio CME on earth. Hippo RAPs (Reviews and Perspectives) bring you the latest news, updated clinical practice information and important stuff you need to know for your specialty. Our RAP roster is Emergency Medicine, Primary Care, Pediatrics, Urgent Care and growing. The Hippo faculty are always on duty to make sure you have the info you need from a source you can trust.
 
A weekly podcast series, hosted by Frank Domino, MD, covering newsworthy topics and patient-focused best practices in Family Medicine.
 
There are real differences in men's and women's health concerns. The life expectancy gap is decreasing between men and women, but men still deal with higher rates of cardiovascular disease, prostate and testicular cancers, fluctuating testosterone levels, and fertility issues. Women’s health issues include cancer, reproductive and sexual health issues, osteoporosis prevention and management, nutrition and sports medicine. This series focuses on new developments in the diagnosis and treatment ...
 
PeerView is an independent, professional medical publishing company focused on gathering and reporting information pertaining to clinically relevant advances and developments in the science and practice of medicine. As publishers of PeerView Publications, PeerView is solely responsible for the selection of publication topics, the preparation of editorial content and the distribution of all materials it publishes.
 
PeerView is an independent, professional medical publishing company focused on gathering and reporting information pertaining to clinically relevant advances and developments in the science and practice of medicine. As publishers of PeerView Publications, PeerView is solely responsible for the selection of publication topics, the preparation of editorial content and the distribution of all materials it publishes.
 
Interviews with the top thought leaders in medicine exploring the clinical and professional issues that are foremost in the minds of the medical community. Join us at the Clinician's Roundtable for discussions on a vast range of topics that every medical professional should know about.
 
Grand Rounds, a staple of American medical education for more than 100 years, spans every field of clinical practice. It is a master class on the art and science of medicine, delivered by renowned clinicians in academic settings nationwide. Yet in today's practice, where time is an all-too precious commodity, regular attendance at Grand Rounds sessions has become increasingly difficult. In response to this challenge, ReachMD brings the lecture hall to you, with these outstanding talks from t ...
 
Obstetrics and gynaecology FOAM for generalists and primary care doctors.
 
The Beta Cells in Diabetes podcast seeks to improve understanding among primary care physicians about the role of beta cells as key drivers in the development and progression of T2DM. Our goal is to engage primary care physicians in pathopysiology-based clinical decision making through an interactive educational format that stimulates debate and encourages physicians to incorporate the new science into their patient treatment regimens. By educating primary care physicians about the newest fi ...
 
ReachMD brings you the latest research, announcements, and conversations from the most important medical conferences around the world. Join us on the conference floor with keynote speakers, experts, and opinion leaders.
 
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AudioAbstracts
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AudioAbstracts by ReachMD provides an easy-to-digest distillation of important medical literature in combination with digital linkage to in-depth information supporting the audio synopsis. AudioAbstracts harnesses the ReachMD digital network to broadcast the spoken synopsis and related digital links through its on-air, online, onsite, and mobile distribution network. Combining quick-read audio synopses with links to source material, AudioAbstracts is the smarter, faster way to stay current o ...
 
The CME Institute of Physicians Postgraduate Press, Inc. (PPP) has been accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education to provide CME for physicians since 1996. The CME Institute sponsors hundreds of print and online activities that are supported by PPP and other organizations. Our list of topics exploring the newest advances in the treatment of mental health and CNS disorders continues to grow and includes depression, bipolar disorder, schizophrenia, anxiety, addic ...
 
Cystic fibrosis (CF) is one of the most prevalent global congenital disorders, affecting some 70,000 individuals worldwide and 30,000 children and adults in the United States. While clinical efforts are expanding worldwide to improve diagnostic testing and treatment approaches for this progressive lung disease, targeted therapies for CF against any specific mutation remain elusive.The Cystic Fibrosis in Focus series gathers the latest information from leading medical experts devoted to advan ...
 
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Yale Medicine
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A selected collection of Internal Medicine conferences and grand rounds from the Yale Primary Care Internal Medicine Residency Program hosted at Waterbury Hospital, Yale-New Haven Hospital, and the Yale School of Medicine.
 
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Focus on Allergy
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Allergy season may occur once a year, but for many allergy sufferers, the need for therapeutic advances becomes a year-round priority. From asthma to food allergies to immunology, Focus on Allergy keeps you up to date on the latest diagnostic findings and treatments.
 
Small talk and jibber jabber about small animal (canine, feline) Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care (ECC) with a primary care/non-referral focus. Hosted by ECC specialist Shailen Jasani, Diplomate of the American College of Veterinary Emergency and Critical care, episodes cover a variety of topics relating to ECC including literature references and evidence-based medicine considerations. So join us for some ECC small talk, why don't you?
 
Child and Adolescent Psychiatry for Primary Care
 
Dr. Fiona Lovely brings to her listeners the expertise gleaned from a more than a decade of clinical primary care giving. She has many years of training in the fields of restorative endocrinology, functional neurology and functional medicine. She has been helping women with their hormonal and life challenges and is taking their stories of dis-ease to healing to the medium of podcasting.
 
Introduction to Creating a New Healthcare. A podcast series for Primary Care Physician leaders who are looking for fresh perpsectives, new solutions and inspiration in their journey to advance value based care.
 
The broad aim of the Centre for Evidence Based Medicine is to develop, teach and promote evidence-based health care and provide support and resources to doctors and health care professionals to help maintain the highest standards of medicine.Many of the talks are taken from the Oxford Evidence-Based Health Care Programme and delivered by members of the Nuffield Department of Primary Care Health Sciences, the Centre of Evidence Medicine and leaders in the field of Evidence-based Health Care i ...
 
Once Again Voted Top Doctor Washingtonian And Checkbook Magazines
 
Modern knowledge workers in the healthcare industry are inundated with big questions. Just check in with a determined pre-medical student, who’s trying to sift through the noise and determine his place in the medical world.
 
Drs. Greg Eckel and Greg Nigh, naturopathic physicians and licensed acupuncturists, discuss a wide range of topics related to health and disease. They also answer medical questions submitted to questions@naturecuresclinic.com by listeners. Drs. Eckel and Nigh are primary care physicians at Nature Cures Clinic in Portland, Oregon. They are experts in alternative and complementary health care. Every week in their program they offer a unique viewpoint on health and health care.
 
Conversations with MIT Medical is a monthly series of 10-minute interviews with members of MIT Medical’s staff on a topic of importance to the community of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Topics range from travel vaccines and sexual health, to concerns about the affordable care act and how to cope with a lack of sleep. Curious about whether or not a specific primary care provider is the right one for you? One of our podcasts could help you decide.
 
Primary care practitioners' source for news about the latest research published in major medical journals. Andrea Mongler provides quick, concise reporting to keep you up-to-date.
 
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Podcasts360
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Podcasts360, powered by Consultant360, features short interviews with medical professionals on current research, news, and general information for primary care providers.
 
We are committed to provide Physician Assistants the highest quality and most affordable, 3-day comprehensive board review. Our course offers a system-based approach review of pharmacology, medical diagnostics, physical exam, treatments and prevention of diseases in primary care medicine, adult medicine, pediatrics, surgery and medical subspecialties.
 
ConsultantLive www.consultantlive.com features regular podcasts with top experts who offer clinical advice on key topics encountered in clinical practice by primary care doctors and pediatricians.
 
Eddie Hoo puts the world to rights with the help of his friend and primary carer, Dave Longley
 
MedNet21 is an on-line CME Webcast produced by the Center for Continuing Medical Education at The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center. Our focus is to address professional practice gaps and issues important to primary care physicians. This is a free "podcast version" of our webcast produced through our MedNet21 CME series. Each year we provide 40 weekly CME webcasts for our 10 month season, and programs are accessible 24 hours a day, 7 days a week from anywhere in the world. You can ...
 
A podcast on the topic of veteran suicide and how that pertains to Primary Care Providers.
 
A podcast on the topic of veteran suicide and how that pertains to Primary Care Providers.
 
This activity is designed to meet the educational needs of primary care physicians, nurses, social workers and other healthcare professionals involved in the management of patients with Hematological Malignancies.
 
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In Episode 60, Dr Roussel interviews Mr Chris Habig of Freedom HealthWorks, a DPC marketing company, that helps practices grow from idea to profitable business. In their discussion they talk in depth about Freedom HealthWorks: how it works, why they founded it, what they offer, how much they cost, and how they respond to the ‘third-party’ criti ...…
 
Dr James J. Matera from CentraState Medical Center in Freehold, New Jersey, discusses optimal blood pressure targets in patients with kidney disease, and how the 2017 hypertension guidelines issued by the American Heart Association and American College of Cardiology affect these targets.
 
In part 2 of this 4-part series, Dr Paul Mather from the Perelman School of Medicine talks about diagnosis, evaluation, and management of acute decompensated heart failure and chronic heart failure.
 
I have a whinge about comedy and then snap out of it because I’m a whiny bitch. Eddie does a travelogue telling us about a kindred spirit he meets on his travels.
 
Dr Russell Cohen, recently spoke at the IBD Clinical Challenges and Emerging Therapies conference and discussed key takeaways from his session on JAK inhibitors and their role in clinical practice.
 
Point-of-care Ultrasound AKA POCUS ain’t no hocus. Dr. Renee Dversdal (@ReneeDversdal) Director of the Oregon Health & Science University Point of Care Ultrasound and General Medicine Ultrasound Fellowship Director, joins The Curbsiders to discuss her craft. Topics include: Defining POCUS, the value POCUS adds to the physical exam, training pat ...…
 
Discussing goals of care with patients that have a serious, life-limiting illness does not affect the patient’s anxiety or depression—but can increase the quality of the communication. Listen to this podcast episode for tips that are easily adaptable to any outpatient or specialty practice. Guest: Jill Terrien PhD, ANP-BC…
 
Mark Rippetoe was very generous in joining me for this podcast. We talk strength, plumbing, guns, Rotherham (I know!) and Brexit. He’s a gentleman and I had a lovely time. Rip is one of the world’s best strength coaches and is the best selling author Starting Strength: Basic Barbell Training. Go to his website at www.startingstrength.com…
 
Dr Nicholas T. Vozoris from the University of Toronto explains that prescribers should use caution when initiating serotonergic antidepressant in patients with COPD, particularly older patients.
 
In Episode 59, Dr Roussel interviews Dr Matt Priddy, founder of Priority Physicians, a DPC practice in Indianapolis, IA. In the interview they discuss how the clinic has developed a comprehensive marketing strategy over nearly two decades of being in operation. In particular, they discuss what’s been most effective in the direct primary care se ...…
 
Host: Brian P. McDonough, MD, FAAFP Guest: Lorina Marshall-Blake, MGA, FAAN Complicating the already-complex issue of the opioid epidemic is the stigma that it often comes with, which defers those who so desperately need help from seeking it. Fortunately, there are organizations like the Independence Blue Cross who are doing their part in human ...…
 
In Episode 58, Dr Roussel interviews Dr Nick Tomsen of Antioch Family Medicine in Wichita, KS about ‘Turbo-charging’ his direct primary care practice membership. In the interview they talk about the strategies that helped grow his practice from zero to full in little more than a year as well as some strategies that were not as effective. This i ...…
 
Your hero and Eddie Hoo discuss the zeitgeist topic of gaslighting, the Edinburgh Fringe, Bill Cosby, why you should always crack a racist joke, finding “the one” and Eddie’s mum fleeing Chairman Mao’s China.
 
Dr Shailen Sutaria from Imperial College London in the United Kingdom discusses the clinical implications of his new study, which suggested that children with obesity have an increased risk for depression compared with children with overweight or normal weight.
 
“Women in medicine, be bold.” Medical World, powerful women are here to stay. Dr. Vineet (Vinny) Arora, Professor of Medicine at University of Chicago, an exemplary Woman in Medicine and Leadership, shares snippets of her own story, valuable career advice to folks at all levels of training, and fascinating data about the gender disparities that ...…
 
Breastfeeding exclusively in the first six months of life is widely recommended. However, in this study of newborns who were losing weight because their mother’s milk had not yet come in, post-breastfeeding supplementation improved weight and did not alter breastfeeding rates at one month. Guest: Susan Feeney, DNP, FNP-BC…
 
Dr Alan Menter from Baylor Medical Center discusses his session at the AAD's Summer Meeting 2018 and the comorbidity profile of psoriasis.
 
Dr Sangeeta Agrawal, the Division Director of Gastroenterology at Wright State University discusses her recently published systematic review on MicroRNA and the progression of Barrett esophagus.
 
In Episode 57, Dr Roussel interviews Mr Dave Denniston, financial advisor and host of the podcast “The Freedom Formula for Physicians” about financial freedom for physicians. In the interview he talks about some challenges that physicians face when trying to achieve financial freedom, ways that physicians can take charge of their finances to re ...…
 
In this episode, we discuss the misunderstood side of our antibiotic hero, Vancomycin || By Steven R. Liu MD, John Hwang MD and Dr. Janine Knudsen MD || Graphic Design by Ramon Thompson Time Stamps: Where did vancomycin come from, and why is it so controversial? (0:28) What is vancomycin-induced nephrotoxicity and how common is it? (4:37) Vanco ...…
 
Brandon Grove, MD • Neda Frayha, MD
 
Bottomline: If you don't want to have increased risk of diabetes, then lose the weight before the age of 13, otherwise the risk persists into adulthood. Start good habits early! Andrew Buelt, DO • Joe Weatherly, DO
 
There are over 140 different types of interstitial lung disease, all with their own acronym. This adds up to a complex alphabet soup that can be hard to keep straight in our daily practice. In this segment, pulmonologist and medical educator Dr. Nirav Shah provides us with a broad framework for … Neda Frayha, MD • Nirav Shah, MD…
 
What do you do if you’re on a flight, someone gets sick, and a flight attendant asks, “is there a doctor on board?” Brandon Grove and Neda Frayha walk you through a play by play of what to expect, which actions to take, and what the law says about it all. Brandon Grove, MD • Neda Frayha, MD
 
What are the main disease processes we should look for in every post-syncope ECG? What can’t we afford to miss? Which subtle signs can point to a sinister diagnosis? In this segment, Malcolm Thaler and Matt Delaney review the most common and dangerous cardiac causes of syncope and how they may show … Malcolm Thaler, MD • Matthew DeLaney, MD, FA ...…
 
Bottomline: If you don't want to have increased risk of diabetes, then lose the weight before the age of 13, otherwise the risk persists into adulthood. Start good habits early! Andrew Buelt, DO • Joe Weatherly, DO
 
Bottomline: Varied benefits of antidepressants. Amitriptyline was most effective for acute treatment of depression. Agomelatine and fluoxetine were the most acceptable and only ones with fewer dropouts than placebo. Andrew Buelt, DO • Joe Weatherly, DO
 
There are over 140 different types of interstitial lung disease, all with their own acronym. This adds up to a complex alphabet soup that can be hard to keep straight in our daily practice. In this segment, pulmonologist and medical educator Dr. Nirav Shah provides us with a broad framework for … Neda Frayha, MD • Nirav Shah, MD…
 
When a listener wrote in wondering how she can best advise her female patients in their 40s who gain weight for seemingly no reason, the PC RAP team jumped all over this request. Endocrinologist and weight loss specialist Dr. Ava Port reviews why weight creep happens in aging women, as well as … Ava Port, MD • Neda Frayha, MD…
 
What are the main disease processes we should look for in every post-syncope ECG? What can’t we afford to miss? Which subtle signs can point to a sinister diagnosis? In this segment, Malcolm Thaler and Matt Delaney review the most common and dangerous cardiac causes of syncope and how they may show … Malcolm Thaler, MD • Matthew DeLaney, MD, FA ...…
 
Bottomline: The unpublished data from the trial demonstrated a statistically significant decrease in all-cause mortality but not in the primary endpoint - sudden cardiac death. Andrew Buelt, DO • Joe Weatherly, DO
 
Bottomline: Varied benefits of antidepressants. Amitriptyline was most effective for acute treatment of depression. Agomelatine and fluoxetine were the most acceptable and only ones with fewer dropouts than placebo. Andrew Buelt, DO • Joe Weatherly, DO
 
Miz and Matt interview Dr.Brittney DeClerck on the diagnosis and management of diaper dermatitis. Brittney DeClerck, MD • Matthieu DeClerck, MD • Mizuho Spangler, DO
 
When a listener wrote in wondering how she can best advise her female patients in their 40s who gain weight for seemingly no reason, the PC RAP team jumped all over this request. Endocrinologist and weight loss specialist Dr. Ava Port reviews why weight creep happens in aging women, as well as … Ava Port, MD • Neda Frayha, MD…
 
When a listener wrote in wondering how she can best advise her female patients in their 40s who gain weight for seemingly no reason, the PC RAP team jumped all over this request. Endocrinologist and weight loss specialist Dr. Ava Port reviews why weight creep happens in aging women, as well as … Ava Port, MD • Neda Frayha, MD…
 
Bottomline: The unpublished data from the trial demonstrated a statistically significant decrease in all-cause mortality but not in the primary endpoint - sudden cardiac death. Andrew Buelt, DO • Joe Weatherly, DO
 
Miz and Matt interview Dr.Brittney DeClerck on the diagnosis and management of diaper dermatitis. Brittney DeClerck, MD • Matthieu DeClerck, MD • Mizuho Spangler, DO
 
Mononucleosis is a common viral illness that often presents with fatigue, lymphadenopathy and sore throat. While most patients with mono have a benign self-limited course, providers need to be vigilant for patients with splenomegaly who are at risk of possible rupture. Matthew DeLaney, MD, FACEP, FAAEM • Solomon Behar, MD…
 
When a listener wrote in wondering how she can best advise her female patients in their 40s who gain weight for seemingly no reason, the PC RAP team jumped all over this request. Endocrinologist and weight loss specialist Dr. Ava Port reviews why weight creep happens in aging women, as well as … Ava Port, MD • Neda Frayha, MD…
 
Bottomline: Volunteer patients with CVD that sustained plant-based diets for a mean of 3.7 years, experienced a low rate of cardiac events with some seeing reversal in their coronary artery disease. Andrew Buelt, DO • Joe Weatherly, DO
 
Mononucleosis is a common viral illness that often presents with fatigue, lymphadenopathy and sore throat. While most patients with mono have a benign self-limited course, providers need to be vigilant for patients with splenomegaly who are at risk of possible rupture. Andrew Buelt, DO
 
Mononucleosis is a common viral illness that often presents with fatigue, lymphadenopathy and sore throat. While most patients with mono have a benign self-limited course, providers need to be vigilant for patients with splenomegaly who are at risk of possible rupture. Matthew DeLaney, MD, FACEP, FAAEM • Solomon Behar, MD…
 
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