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Best Stanford Medicine podcasts we could find (updated February 2020)
Best Stanford Medicine podcasts we could find
Updated February 2020
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Health Care Rounds is a weekly podcast developed for health care leaders who are at the forefront of health care delivery and payment reform. Join Darwin Research Group founder and CEO John Marchica as he discusses the latest advancements in health care business news and policy developments, including interviews with dynamic leaders in health care. John is a veteran health care strategist and is leading ongoing research initiatives on health care delivery systems and value-based care. Health ...
 
Digital Health Today features the innovators, leaders and pioneers reshaping health and wellness. From patients and clinicians, to inventors and investors, we speak with guests from around the world to share their insights, experience and knowledge from the front lines of health tech innovation. Tune in, subscribe and become a part of the digital health community - now part of the Health Podcast Network.
 
BioFlash is a biweekly podcast, hosted by San Francisco Business Times biotech reporter Ron Leuty. From cancer immunotherapy to drug pricing, we explore the hot topics driving the life sciences ecosystem in the San Francisco Bay Area and beyond.
 
The award-winning Curiosity Daily podcast from Curiosity.com will help you get smarter about the world around you — every day. In less than 10 minutes, you’ll get a unique mix of research-based life hacks, the latest science and technology news, and more. Discovery's Cody Gough and Ashley Hamer will help you learn about your mind and body, outer space and the depths of the sea, and how history shaped the world into what it is today.
 
When we look up at the night sky, we are in awe. There are mysteries out there. There are also deep mysteries within YOU – the biological you. This podcast examines the stardust within us, and how disease changes us. There is so much about ourselves that we ignore until it fails us. Michael Strohman, a Stanford University biochemist, presents essays and interviews tracing the scientific origin of medical innovation. He dissects the scientific roots of current treatments, the limitations of t ...
 
The transition 11,700 years ago from the Pleistocene glacial period into the Holocene interglacial witnessed the expansion of humans around the world, climatic warming and the demise of many large vertebrate species. Since that time extinctions have continued on land and in the sea, culminating with the biodiversity crisis we are experiencing today. We explored these prehistoric extinctions—Who? When? Where? and Why?—in order to learn more about our planet’s future. Students then translated ...
 
Reach Your Height, gives limb reconstruction specialists as well as their patients access to thought leaders as they discuss best practices for patients undergoing limb lengthening and or reconstruction. Host Dr. Mitchell Bernstein, head of Pediatric Orthopedic Trauma at Montreal Childrens Hospital and co-director of the limb deformity unit at Shriner’s Hospital for Children in Montreal interviews highly regarded surgeons around the world. We’ll also hear from some of their patients. We hope ...
 
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Today's episode of The Qualys is from podcast #34 – Sam Harris, Ph.D.: The transformative power of mindfulness. The Qualys is a subscriber-exclusive podcast, released Tuesday through Friday, and published exclusively on our private, subscriber-only podcast feed. Qualys is short-hand for “qualifying round,” which are typically the fastest laps drive…
 
Learn about whether people think in words or in pictures; why brussels sprouts really are tastier than they used to be; and why buying luxury items might make you feel like an impostor. Whether People Think in Words or Pictures by Ashley Hamer (Listener question from Alicia) (2020). Twitter. https://twitter.com/KylePlantEmoji/status/122171379291396…
 
Today, John speaks with Dr. Arshad Rahim, a practicing physician and expert in population health and quality improvement at Mount Sinai Health System. He shares with us critical success factors in population health and value based care, and demonstrates his passion for driving patient quality. Dr. Rahim also speaks on the topics of physician engage…
 
Hugo Fruehaf, one of the inventors of GPS, discusses the dark origins of GPS and how far we’ve come since. Plus: learn why quiet wakefulness makes it okay to take a nap without actually falling asleep. Benefits of Napping Without Actually Falling Asleep by Kelsey Donk Shortsleeve, C. (2019, December 27). Can’t Sleep? Try ‘Quiet Wakefulness’ Instead…
 
Learn about why “beauty sleep” has real benefits for your skin; how plants learn the chemical language of pests to use for self-defense; and a new algorithm that’s fighting deepfakes by looking at heart rates. How Beauty Sleep Boosts Beauty by Mae Rice Kerri-Ann Jennings, MS, RD. (2016, September 9). Collagen - What Is It and What Is It Good For? H…
 
Learn about research-based advice for staying happy in your later years, from neuroscientist and author Daniel Levitin. Then, you’ll learn about how a faraway star helped researchers figure out when the Milky Way was formed. Additional resources from Daniel Levitin: Pick up “Successful Aging: A Neuroscientist Explores the Power and Potential of Our…
 
Our guest: Dr. Jennifer Schneider, President of Livongo After speaking with Glen Tullman, Founder and Executive Chairman of Livongo, in an earlier episode, I was so interested in the work that Livongo is doing that I asked for a chance to speak with Dr. Jennifer Schneider when we were both in Las Vegas for the HLTH conference. Jenny is an amazing i…
 
In my first interview with Jason Fried, Jason explained his overall philosophy about work-life balance and how exactly he optimizes for efficiency. For this special follow-up AMA, we've decided to release the full episode to everyone (including non-subscribers), so all can hear Jason answer questions from listeners that dive deeper into topics such…
 
Learn about why bosses should let employees surf the web at work; how researchers made it possible for you to hear a mummy’s voice after 3,000 years; and why cold weather makes us crave social contact. Employees Should Surf the Web at Work by Kelsey Donk Andel, S. (2020, January 17). Why bosses should let employees surf the web at work. The Convers…
 
Viral video outbreak coming soon!Lyrics:Ooh, my little Wuhan one, viral oneComing to congest my lungs, ay CoronaZoo-o-notic transmission …where’s it from?Bats or civet cats who knows why, Corona?When’s it gonna stop, fever cough, wash your dirty handsWhy’d I ever stop in Hubei for vacation, man?Why Why Why Why AHHH CHOOOM-m-m-my CoronaDon’t you com…
 
Learn about why opposites don’t really attract; the “propinquity effect” and how physical distance affects the way we feel about other people; and the history of when and why we started using last names. Opposites Don’t Attract by Kelsey Donk Johnson, M. D. (2018, February 12). No, opposites do not attract. The Conversation. https://theconversation…
 
This week, John speaks with Brian Peet, the CEO and Co-Founder of DocCom, a digital platform teaching online communication skills for health care providers, to discuss the barriers in health care communication. Along with Peet, Dr. Christian Annese explains the motivation behind DocCom and reveals the born inspiration behind StatChat, a new applica…
 
Learn how atomic clocks and how GPS clocks work, with help from the engineer who made GPS clocks possible: Hugo Fruehauf. But first, you’ll learn about how Harvard researchers finally figured out why stress can turn your hair gray. Why Stress Turns Hair Gray by Grant Currin Zhang, B., Ma, S., Rachmin, I., He, M., Baral, P., Choi, S., Gonçalves, W. …
 
A clinical pulmonologist sees a pattern emerge and becomes the first to identify vaping-induced lung disease (EVALI) in Utah. Dr. Dixie Harris from Intermountain Healthcare joins me to talk about how her team helped identify the early cases, the role of telehealth in making that discovery, how we can evaluate and treat our patients with e-cigarette…
 
Learn about why students with higher emotional intelligence do better in school; how scientists solved an 80-year mystery of how atoms split; and an adorable discovery that changes what we know about the canine brain. Spoiler: it involves wolf puppies. The Academic Benefits of Emotional Intelligence by Kelsey Donk Students do better in school when …
 
Today's episode of The Qualys is from podcast #04 – AMA #1: alcohol, best lab tests, wearables, finding the right doc, racing, and more. The Qualys is a subscriber-exclusive podcast, released Tuesday through Friday, and published exclusively on our private, subscriber-only podcast feed. Qualys is short-hand for “qualifying round,” which are typical…
 
Learn about why successful people should reveal their failures; the extreme story of the death of planet WASP-12b; and why tulips used to cost more than houses during a period known as “tulip mania.” A Reason to Reveal Your Failures by Kelsey Donk HBS Working Knowledge. (2018, December 11). Why Managers Should Reveal Their Failures. Forbes. https:/…
 
Our guest: In this episode, we speak with Robert Cohen, VP of Global R&D, Chief Technology Officer at Stryker Joint Replacement. Stryker is one of the world's leading medical technology companies, and is leading the development of new ways to transform and enhance the technology available in musculoskeletal care. Robert shared some insights on the …
 
Cardiac stents, knee arthroscopy, spine surgery, antibiotics, polypharmacy, statins, CT scans...are we killing the very patients we swore not to harm? Dr. Rita Redberg, cardiologist, UCSF Professor of Medicine, and editor-in-chief of JAMA Internal Medicine lays out the case for "less is more" medicine.Video and links: zdoggmd.com/rita-redbergYour s…
 
In this “Ask Me Anything” (AMA) episode, Peter explains the various levers one can pull to affect longevity with a specific focus on the strategies and tactics one can implement that do not require the help of a physician. Once again, Bob Kaplan, Peter's head of research, will be asking the questions. If you’re not a subscriber and listening on a p…
 
Learn about how doctors on Earth diagnosed and treated an astronaut’s medical problem in space for the first time; a new study that explains why whales are so big, but not bigger; and a Stanford technique for getting better at picking creative ideas. The First Medical Diagnosis and Treatment in Space from Earth by Mae Rice First reported occurrence…
 
This week’s guest is Dr. Mark Briesacher, Senior Vice President and Chief Physician Executive for Intermountain Healthcare and President of Intermountain Medical Group. Dr. Briesacher talks about Intermountain’s core values and explains the critical success factors behind becoming a leading integrated health system in the United States. He also dis…
 
Learn about how scientists measure the contagiousness and deadliness of diseases like coronavirus; the history of acedia, an emotion that is similar to (but distinct from) depression; and why it helps to do a “potty dance” when you really have to go to the bathroom. Measuring the Deadliness of Viruses (Like Coronavirus) by Ashley Hamer McCandless, …
 
Hugo Fruehauf, one of the inventors of GPS and a recipient of the Queen Elizabeth Prize for Engineering, tells the surprising story of how GPS was invented. Plus: learn about how planning cheat days could make your next goal easier to achieve. Planning Cheat Days to Achieve Your Goals by Mae Rice Planned "Cheat Days" Can Help You Achieve Your Goals…
 
Today's episode of The Qualys is from podcast #03 – Ron Krauss, M.D.: a deep dive into heart disease. The Qualys is a subscriber-exclusive podcast, released Tuesday through Friday, and published exclusively on our private, subscriber-only podcast feed. Qualys is short-hand for “qualifying round,” which are typically the fastest laps driven in a rac…
 
Learn about why criminal profiling doesn’t seem to work in real life; planets with oceans of molten rock that basically eat the sky; and superhuman red blood cells that could be used to deliver life-saving drugs. Criminal Profiling Probably Doesn’t Work by Kelsey Donk MacMillan, T. (2017, October 20). Can Criminal Profilers Really Get Inside the He…
 
Could an obsessive focus on metrics and the bottom line be killing patients and destroying our pharmacy colleagues? I respond to a recent NY Times article about the growing moral injury inflicted by our corporate overlords.Video and links: zdoggmd.com/chain-pharmaciesYour support makes what we do possible! Join the SuperPac and get exclusive conten…
 
Learn about the 13 categories of emotions that music makes you feel; how scientists solved the mystery of two strangely small tyrannosaurus rex fossils; and surprising things that happen to a pregnant person’s body. Research Suggests That Music Evokes 13 Key Emotions by Kelsey Donk Anwar, Y. (2020, January 6). Ooh là là! Music evokes at least 13 em…
 
Our guest: In this episode, we hear from Molly K. McCarthy MBA, BSN, RN-BC. Molly is the National Director, US Provider Industry and Chief Nursing Officer for Microsoft. Molly shares her path that led her from from nursing to technology leadership. Molly discusses the use of the HoloLens, education and the 3 key business areas at Microsoft Health, …
 
In this episode, Dr. Eric Topol, founder and director of the Scripps Research Translational Institute, shares how artificial intelligence and deep learning is currently impacting medicine and how it could transform the healthcare industry, not only in terms of the technological advancements, but also in restoring the patient-doctor relationship for…
 
Learn about why your next relationship will probably be like your last one; what scientists learned by studying the oldest material on Earth; and what researchers learned when they had cuttlefish wear 3-D glasses. Why Your Next Relationship Will Probably Be Like Your Last by Kelsey Donk Changing partners doesn’t change relationship dynamics, study …
 
A Peds-ER physician is accused of abusing his newborn baby, but an NBC News piece raises concerns that he is an innocent victim. How can we make sense of this? I discussed the nuance of this case in a live YouTube session, and here's the audio.The news story: https://www.nbcnews.com/news/us-news/er-doctor-was-charged-abusing-his-baby-15-medical-exp…
 
John hosts an intriguing discussion with special guest Chris Cullmann, an expert strategist in digital marketing for health care and pharmaceutical brands, and Head of Digital and General Manager with RevHealth. Cullmann speaks on the demands of EHR systems as well as the wide variety of value concepts in healthcare. Chris’ expression for innovatio…
 
Learn about why deadhead logs so rare and valuable, people actually risk their lives looking for them, from author and TV host Kevin O’Connor. Then, we’ll answer a listener question about why you feel tired after you take a long trip. Additional resources from This Old House host Kevin O’Connor: From This Old House, Clearstory is a podcast that she…
 
Learn about common mistakes people make in the shower. Then, learn about the history and science of the two-by-four from author Kevin O’Connor, host of the home renovation television series This Old House. 5 Common Mistakes People Make In The Shower by Anna Todd http://www.curiosity.com/topics/5-common-mistakes-people-make-in-the-shower-curiosity A…
 
Today's episode of The Qualys is from podcast #14 – Robert Lustig, M.D., M.S.L.: fructose, processed food, NAFLD, and changing the food system. The Qualys is a subscriber-exclusive podcast, released Tuesday through Friday, and published exclusively on our private, subscriber-only podcast feed. Qualys is short-hand for “qualifying round,” which are …
 
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