Best Psychiatry podcasts we could find (Updated March 2019)
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Join David Puder as he covers different topics on psychiatry and psychotherapy. He will draw from the wisdom of his mentors, research, in-session therapy and psychiatry experience, and his own journey through mental health to discuss topics that affect mental health professionals and popsychology enthusiasts alike. Through interviews, he will dialogue with both medical students, residents and expert psychiatrists and psychotherapists, and even with people who have been through their own ment ...
 
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MDedge Psychcast
Weekly
 
MDedge Psychcast is a weekly podcast from MDedge Psychiatry, online home of Clinical Psychiatry News and Current Psychiatry. Hosted by Editor in Chief Lorenzo Norris, MD, Psychcast features psychiatric clinicians discussing the issues and concerns that most affect their specialty. The information in this podcast is provided for informational and educational purposes only.
 
The official podcast of The American Journal of Psychiatry Residents' Journal. Made by trainees for trainees, this podcast features interviews covering a wide range of topics including career exploration in psychiatry, personal/professional journeys, clinical practice tips, and more. Tune in monthly to explore these topics with us.
 
The only psychiatrist in New Britain, Connecticut, collected 124 local stories of suicide from 1941 to 1948. Fifty years later, his grandson discovered them, studied them and researched the people in those stories, how they lived and what they left behind. These are stories of the human struggles of forgotten people, and together they create a social history of the city and a fractured snapshot of a world at war. Sound and music by Wilson Vediner and Courtney Sheedy (both of the bands Months ...
 
The London School of Economics and Political Science public events podcast series is a platform for thought, ideas and lively debate where you can hear from some of the world's leading thinkers. Listen to more than 200 new episodes every year.
 
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Psychiatric Times
Daily+
 
 
Interviews with Psychologists about their New Books
 
Tearing down the pay-wall that separates people from the research they pay for
 
Wander and be enlightened by the endlessly fascinating inner universe that is the human body. We speak with experts, Nobel laureates, cancer survivors and healthcare workers who share their unique perspectives on wellness and living and the latest medical research.
 
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Emory Braincast
Rare
 
Emory Braincast is the official Emory Psychiatry podcast. We interview everyone from experts to trainees to give you a unique taste of psychiatry. The Emory way. Music attributed to Kevin Macleod: "Quirky Dog" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/
 
The Crisis Intervention Team inc. brings you education, conversations, and perspectives on behavioral health and public safety. Detective Matthew Tinney and Psychiatrist Nils Rosenbaum answer your questions in a funny and informative way. It also features recordings from the CIT ECHO, connecting public safety and providers for weekly training. This is part of your Crisis Intervention Team Inc. (www.goCIT.org), a 501(C)3 non-profit. Subscribe for ongoing lessons and discussion to keep you and ...
 
Welcome to Medical Student StudyCast – the podcast to help third-year medical students study for clerkships. Where I have the questions and you have the answers! The goal of this podcast is to help medical students study for high yield topics, actively test knowledge, and practice providing answers to preceptor questions. Become a supporter of this podcast:https://anchor.fm/medical-student-studycast/support
 
How do you truly connect with others and lead with empathy? Why is heart disease different for women? What can we do to make addiction treatment more accessible and more successful? How can you maintain the balance between rising in your field and taking care of your family? Charged, a new podcast from Mass General, is devoted to answering these questions and many more. We’ll be uncovering the stories of the relentless daily pursuit to break boundaries and provide exceptional care. In each e ...
 
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. 🗣 "Listened to your CSA audiobook non-stop for 3 months. Helped me pass without a doubt!" 🗣 "CSA tick! Thank you for the brilliant audiobook!" 🗣 "Such a good resource - taking it on holiday to listen to!" ...
 
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. 🗣 "Listened to your CSA audiobook non-stop for 3 months. Helped me pass without a doubt!" 🗣 "CSA tick! Thank you for the brilliant audiobook!" 🗣 "Such a good resource - taking it on holiday to listen to!" ...
 
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Up Ya Class
Monthly
 
We’re losing the illusion that we live in a classless country. But it remains a deeply uncomfortable subject for some and most of the talking about class is been done by people who benefit from the status quo: middle class, private school and tertiary educated. That is, THE AUSTRALIAN MEDIA. Up Ya Class is a counter-point. Hosted by veteran podcaster and comedian Dave O’Neil, slightly less veteran broadcaster and comedian Nelly Thomas, and actual working person with no podcast experience wha ...
 
Informative and entertaining stories from the editors of the journal Medicine featuring article highlights, hot topics, and other things on their minds. The journal, published every other month and now in its 90th year, includes scholarly reviews and clinical descriptions of patients from the experience of leading clinicians from around the world in the areas of internal medicine, dermatology, neurology, pediatrics, and psychiatry. The editors, David Hellmann, John Bartlett, Howard Lederman, ...
 
Our experts on subjects such as psychology, medicine, management and leadership, psychiatry and parenthood will bring their thoughtful and sometimes controversial opinions to the air. Be sure to listen!
 
Conceptual coffee talk recorded on an iPhone - a higher rarefaction of free-association - a living room where we gather to think out loud about history, economics, and other fields that interest us
 
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Entering into psychoanalysis takes courage, for patients and analysts alike. When it does what it’s supposed to do, it changes one’s relationship to the bigger questions in life—transforming a search for answers into an embrace of the unknown. But such transformation requires a change in how one thinks about knowledge and a growing tolerance fo ...…
 
Arthritis – a common term used for any disorder that affects the joints. Many still believe it's an unavoidable aspect of ageing. But is it really? Consultant rheumatologist Dr Sargunan Sockalingam joins us to address the common queries about arthritis and rheumatic disorders and shares some of the latest treatment developments.…
 
Chi’s Bio For most of my life, I battled addiction, depression, and low self-esteem. In my 20’s, I spent a total of 16 months in silent retreat, including a month in darkness. I went to Burma twice to take temporary monastic vows and practice with the monks. I tried really hard to heal myself. Still, […] The post #634 Psilocybin Retreats in Ams ...…
 
Chi’s Bio For most of my life, I battled addiction, depression, and low self-esteem. In my 20’s, I spent a total of 16 months in silent retreat, including a month in darkness. I went to Burma twice to take temporary monastic vows and practice with the monks. I tried really hard to heal myself. Still, […] The post #634 Psilocybin Retreats in Ams ...…
 
Speaker(s): Dr Andrew Lewis-Pye | Perhaps the most fundamental challenge for the future of cryptocurrencies is the issue of scalability: How can one dramatically increase transaction rates without sacrificing the security of the blockchain? In this talk Andrew Lewis-Pye will start by giving an overview of the fundamentals of cryptocurrencies (a ...…
 
This month, we read about two people who had reportedly become HIV-free after undergoing stem cell transplants. This makes three people – including the ‘Berlin patient’ – who are now HIV-free following this same procedure. This has gotten people excited about the possibility of a HIV cure. But what is involved in this transplant procedure and w ...…
 
Contact us: podcasts@mdedge.com Twitter: @mdedgepsych In this In this masterclass episode, Stephen Levine, MD, stops by to talk about how a person's sexuality flows throughout their lives. And later, Dr. RK discusses bipolar in part I of her new series.
 
When Dr. Vicki Jackson was an internal medicine resident, one particular patient showed her the transformative role that empathy can play in a patient’s life and care. This experience sparked her interest in palliative care and providing specialized support for people with serious illness. In this episode, she discusses her passion for the fiel ...…
 
Do I have to speak? I know you know...By Richard M. Berlin, MD.
 
Can conventional exercise equipment be used for medical rehabilitation? Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon Dr Harjeet Singh and Technogym’s Lester Francis share how innovation has advanced medical rehab.
 
In the information age, knowledge is power. Hence, facilitating the access to knowledge to wider publics empowers citizens and makes societies more democratic. How can publishers and authors contribute to this process? This podcast addresses this issue. We interview Professor Austin Choi-Fitzpatrick, whose book, The Good Drone: How Social Movem ...…
 
Speaker(s): Professor Jay Winter | Silence itself is a language of memory. Jay Winter explores the dialectic between silence and sound in the auditory history of the Great War. Jay Winter is Charles J Stille Professor of History Emeritus, Yale University. Robin Archer is Director of the Ralph Miliband Programme at LSE. Robin Archer is Director ...…
 
We kick off our open clinic series where you get to ask our doctors about your health concerns. The first instalment features consultant ENT surgeon Dr Lim Wye Keat to answer your questions about ear, nose and throat conditions.
 
What is colour blindness? Can we develop it later in life? How is the thyroid connected to colour vision? In today’s show we unpack this and more with Dr Sunder Ramasamy, consultant ophthalmologist.
 
The Questions for today: “What is the deal with ADHD and giving people legalized meth or stimulants?” Nils and Matt break down ADHD and medication at the start of this three-part series on ADHD and the treatment of it. Music used in this episode is the song Cheese by David Szesztay from the Free Music Archive. CIT ECHO Session on Tactics for Of ...…
 
Speaker(s): Professor Pat Thane | The social and health needs of older people are not easily separable. But care has been institutionally separate since 1948. Did this help create the current crisis? Pat Thane is Research Professor in Contemporary History, King's College London. Robin Archer is the Director of the Ralph Miliband Programme, LSE. ...…
 
Dr George Lee returns to discuss the latest medical news. Expect deep insights delivered with generous humour. According to the Global Nutrition Report 2018, Malaysia bears the triple burden of malnutrition – stunting, overweight and anaemia. Today, we hone in on anaemia and discuss why it is still so common among women in Malaysia.…
 
Steve Curtis is an investor, entrepreneur, adventurer and revolutionary thought leader. Raised by a low-income single mother, Steve started his first business at 19 with a $500 credit card and grew it into a business with a half-billion dollar valuation before he sold it. Today, he leads a group of globally-impactful companies and non-profits s ...…
 
Steve Curtis is an investor, entrepreneur, adventurer and revolutionary thought leader. Raised by a low-income single mother, Steve started his first business at 19 with a $500 credit card and grew it into a business with a half-billion dollar valuation before he sold it. Today, he leads a group of globally-impactful companies and non-profits s ...…
 
Speaker(s): Professor Sir Tim Besley, Professor Amartya Sen | An effective state promotes freedom and the well-being of its citizens. This lecture will discuss the importance of norms, values and institutions in supporting state effectiveness drawing on recent developments in social science. As well as making connections to Amartya Sen's ideas, ...…
 
Dr Azlina Ahmad Annuar returns with the latest on peripheral neuropathies, which affect the motor and sensory nerves. Joining her in this month’s episode of Brain Waves are two of her longtime collaborators to look at recent developments in this field.
 
What does it mean to consider trauma and media from the perspective of technology and not from that of the subject of trauma, the clinician or the witness? In Transmitted Wounds: Media and the Mediation of Trauma (Oxford University Press, 2019), Amit Pinchevski carries out this thought experiment to great effect. By bringing media theory to bea ...…
 
Contact us: podcasts@mdedge.com Twitter: @mdedgepsych Masterclass Lecture: What's New in Alzheimer's Disease. Lecturer: George T. Grossberg, MD. He is the Samuel W. Fordyce professor and Director of Geriatric Psychiatry at St. Louis University School of Medicine. You can read more from Dr. Grossberg including video and writing, by clicking here ...…
 
Speaker(s): Dr Rachel Harris, Professor Jude Howell, Dr Rian Thum | Large numbers of Uyghurs have been detained by the Chinese government in re-education camps. What do we know about these camps? Rachel Harris specialises in Uyghur culture and religion and is based at SOAS. Jude Howell is an expert on authoritarianism and Professor of Internati ...…
 
Speaker(s): Professor Raghuram Rajan | Lionel Robbins was one of the outstanding men of his time; economist, public servant and supporter of the arts. The lectures, which were established in his name, take place each year and are a major event in the life of the School, featuring eminent economists from around the world. This year Raghuram Raja ...…
 
Medical advances have saved so many lives, whether it is through vaccines to prevent infectious diseases or therapies to treat cancer. However, these victories are becoming eclipsed by the rise of alternative views in healthcare. Azrul Mohd Khalib, CEO of the Galen Centre for Health & Social Policy, is joined by Dr Ahmad Firdaus bin Mohd Haris, ...…
 
Speaker(s): Professor Raghuram Rajan | Lionel Robbins was one of the outstanding men of his time; economist, public servant and supporter of the arts. The lectures, which were established in his name, take place each year and are a major event in the life of the School, featuring eminent economists from around the world. This year Raghuram Raja ...…
 
Glaucoma is one of the leading causes of blindness worldwide. With an ageing society and the increasing prevalence of risk factors like diabetes in Malaysia, we should be concerned about whether glaucoma will burden more people. Dr Lee Ming Yueh, Consultant Ophthalmologist and Glaucoma Surgeon from ParkCity Medical Centre, explains about early ...…
 
Human brains have two hemispheres whose major connection is the corpus callosum, which enables information to be shared between the hemispheres. Split-brain subjects are people whose corpus callosum has been surgically cut to alleviate epilepsy. This and other similar operations or conditions yield an odd phenomenon in which the patient appears ...…
 
The aorta is our largest artery, allowing our heart to distribute oxygenated blood to all parts of the body. But what happens if your aorta is enlarged? Does it mean your body receives more oxygenated blood? Consultant cardiothoracic surgeon Dr Paneer Selvam Krishna Moorthy from Institut Jantung Negara explains.…
 
Speaker(s): Pavita Cooper, Bronwyn Curtis, Elisabeth Stheeman | Three female leaders in business and finance share their experiences from their varied careers to mark International Women's Day. Pavita Cooper, Director of More Difference, will talk on women in finance, what has changed and what needs to change, talking in particular about the wo ...…
 
Emily Baum’s The Invention of Madness: State, Society, and the Insane in Modern China, published by the University of Chicago Press in 2018 as part of the Studies of the Weatherhead East Asian Institute book series, is a genealogy of “psychiatric modernity,” of the invention and reinvention of modern mental illness in Beijing, 1901-1937. Focusi ...…
 
March is Women’s History Month. In honor of the month, we are celebrating the women behind the innovations in health care at Mass General. We recognize their success stories, their strength in overcoming adversity and what keeps them charged to achieve their goals. In this special episode, we ask our guests from throughout the hospital to share ...…
 
An integrative integrative psychiatrist provides practical guidance for incorporating complementary and alternative medicine into psychiatric practice in the treatment of severe mental illness.By James Lake, MD.
 
Dr George Lee returns to discuss the latest medical news. Expect deep insights delivered with generous humour. When was the last time you checked your hearing? Do you know if you are at risk of hearing loss? World Hearing Day was on 3rd March, with the theme ‘Check Your Hearing’. We discuss early identification and interventions for hearing loss.…
 
Inpatient Psychiatric Violence with Dr. Gillian Friedman, M.D. In this week’s episode of the podcast, I interview Gillian Friedman and was joined by Nate Hoyt, a fourth year medical student. Link to show on: iTunes, Google Play, Stitcher, Overcast, PlayerFM, PodBean, TuneIn, Podtail, Blubrry, Podfanatic Article by: Nate Hoyt (MS4), David Puder, ...…
 
Young-Eisendrath has lectured and appeared on discussion panels for numerous public events and conferences, such as TEDx, The Aspen Institute, Omega Institute, Mind and Life Institute, Pacifica Graduate Institute, The Rowe Center, and The Helix Center. She also hosts a podcast called Enemies which analyzes human hostilities and applies psycholo ...…
 
Young-Eisendrath has lectured and appeared on discussion panels for numerous public events and conferences, such as TEDx, The Aspen Institute, Omega Institute, Mind and Life Institute, Pacifica Graduate Institute, The Rowe Center, and The Helix Center. She also hosts a podcast called Enemies which analyzes human hostilities and applies psycholo ...…
 
Speaker(s): Dr Simukai Chigudu, Dr Laura Mann, Dr Lyn Ossome | From Cape Town to Oxford and beyond, student movements across the world calling for education to be decolonised have gained prominence over the past few years. In fact, academics have been raising concerns about the foundation of Africa scholarship as far back as 1969 at an African ...…
 
Speaker(s): Elise Do, Grace Olugbodi, Ana Maria Torres | To mark International Women's Day, join us for a discussion on how female entrepreneurs are using social enterprise to change the world to provide opportunities for women and tackle inequalities. Inspiring female leaders speak frankly about their journey, motivations, purpose and business ...…
 
How suicide is reported or portrayed in the media has a huge impact on people who are watching or reading it. Assoc Prof Dr Amer Siddiq bin Amer Nordin, Consultant Psychiatrist from University Malaya Medical Centre, discusses the responsibility of the media to portray suicide in a sensitive manner. -- If you are struggling with depression, suic ...…
 
Contact us: podcasts@mdedge.com Twitter: @mdedgepsych In this episode, Nicolas Badre, MD, talks with Lorenzo Norris, MD, about ways to approach reducing dosages or discontinuing medications that aren’t beneficial. And Renee Kohanski, MD, ponders the privilege of being part of patients’ gifted moments.…
 
When Sareh Parangi, MD, witnessed her first operation in medical school, she knew immediately that she wanted to become a surgeon. Now years later, Dr. Parangi is one of the first women to become a full professor of surgery at Harvard Medical School. However, she recognizes the challenges that a career in surgery can present to young women. Dr. ...…
 
Speaker(s): Dr Yu Jie (Cherry), Dr Parag Khanna, Gideon Rachman | This event marks the launch Parag Khanna's book, The Future is Asian: Global Order in the 21st Century. In the 19th century, the world was Europeanized. In the 20th century, it was Americanized. Now, in the 21st century, the world is being irreversibly Asianized. The "Asian Centu ...…
 
Speaker(s): Dr Yu Jie (Cherry), Dr Parag Khanna, Gideon Rachman | This event marks the launch Parag Khanna’s book, The Future is Asian: Global Order in the 21st Century. In the 19th century, the world was Europeanized. In the 20th century, it was Americanized. Now, in the 21st century, the world is being irreversibly Asianized. The “Asian Centu ...…
 
We return with our monthly mental health clinic with consultant clinical psychologist Paul J. On this segment, we address your concerns regarding mental, emotional and psychosocial issues.
 
Healthcare is supposed to be healing, but in reality, a medical experience, such as the diagnosis of an illness or a hospital stay, can be very traumatising. Consultant psychiatrist and geriatric psychiatrist Dr Bharathi Vengadasalam explains how medically-induced PTSD (post-traumatic stress disorder) is becoming a greater concern, especially a ...…
 
New Mexico Crisis and Access Line (NMCAL)Supporting People Experiencing Opioid Use Disorder If you would like to hear questions answered from a Doctor and a Cop please send them to Ask@goCIT.org. Music used in this episode is from the Free Music Archive. If you are enjoying these episodes that means someone else might as well so please share th ...…
 
Hear the whole first chapter of new books every episode. Top publishers, great books, regular episodes, links if you'd like to buy or find out more. Host Nelly Thomas traded stand-up comedy and the big stage for the “quiet life” of an author, professional MC, keynote presenter, health advocate & media personality. Share the podcast with a frien ...…
 
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