Best Uab podcasts we could find (Updated March 2019)
Related podcasts: Sports Alabama Health and Well-Being Sports News Conference Usa Children’s Inside Birmingham Pediatrics Cusa Roadrunners Utsa Marshall Ncaa Recruiting University Medicine College Football Theater Conversations  
Uab public [search 0]
×
Join millions of Player FM users today to get Uab news and insights whenever you like, even when you're offline. Podcast smarter with the podcast app that refuses to compromise … it's free and easy.
Podcast smarter! Player FM is free and easy.
show episodes
 
U
UAB MedCast
Monthly+
 
The Official Podcast of UAB Medicine, knowledge that will change your world.
 
We highlight current public health topics in our community.
 
A weekly podcast from Children’s of Alabama and the University of Alabama at Birmingham. Inside Pediatrics is a free monthly podcast series featuring specialists at Children’s of Alabama and the University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB). Episodes cover topics related to child health and wellness, research and treatment, and frequently complement articles appearing in Inside Pediatrics magazine.
 
G
Green and Gold
Monthly+
 
"Green and Gold" tells the story of the UAB football program, from when it began in the late 80's, all the way up until it was cancelled in 2014 and beyond. Will Shingleton hosts.
 
P
Press Row
Monthly+
 
Press Row is a weekly podcast breaking down the biggest storylines in Aggie Football with the people that cover Texas A&M closest. Featuring Gabe Bock, Billy Liucci and Olin Buchanan of TexAgs and various members of the A&M beat media.
 
 
Public iphone files from the Department of Radiation Oncology at the University of Alabama at Birmingham
 
The official InsideUTSA.com podcast. Every Wednesday night, we discuss the latest in Roadrunner football, recruiting, basketball and C-USA sports.
 
Loading …
show series
 
Sweat is a function of the small peripheral nerves that is under complex control from multiple systems including the central nervous system and the endocrine glands. Mohammed Kazamel, MD examines TST as an important tool in assessing the entire pathway that controls sweat functions to see that different patterns of sweat or lack of sweat helps ...…
 
Approximately 800,000 patients experience a stroke in the US, with Alabama having one of the highest rates in the country. Despite that, only 30% of stroke survivors receive any outpatient stroke rehabilitation which results in suboptimal recovery. Chen Lin, MD examines how The Stroke Recovery Clinic (SRC) at UAB hopes to address this serious i ...…
 
For a child on the heart transplant list, the wait can be from several weeks, to several months. The Pediatric Advanced Heart Failure and Transplant team at Children's of Alabama is dedicated to keeping the blood pumping and keeping children healthy until a donor arrives. Once a new heart is transplanted, our team boasts a 97 percent survival r ...…
 
One Health: The Intersection of Human Health, Animal and Environmental Health
 
Management of patients with Central Airway Obstruction can be difficult, but new therapeutic and diagnostic tools are now available that are beneficial to most patients and almost all airway obstruction can be relieved expeditiously. Hitesh Batra, MD examines how the most comprehensive approach to treatment is offered at UAB and that the manage ...…
 
As cigarette smoking seems to be on the decline, another method of nicotine use has managed to hook today’s youth. Some smokers find that vaping helps them quit smoking for a few months, but they often go back to smoking. Kathy Harrington, PhD, MPH and Susan Walley, MD join the segment to discuss the latest research that now indicates that e-ci ...…
 
A Brief History of Chemical Warfare Agents, Challenges in Response, and Lessons Learned.
 
James Davies Jr., MD, director of the UAB Division of Cardiothoracic Surgery, is the first surgeon in the Southeast to implant the new Edwards Inspiris heart valve. He joins the podcast to discuss how since it was developed for patients with aortic valve disease, the Inspiris valve is made of specially treated bovine tissue that may help it las ...…
 
After UAB’s first ERAS surgery in 2015, the health system saw improvements in lengths of stay and pain scores for colorectal surgery patients. The initiative won a UAB Health System Innovation Award in 2016, and the positive results have prompted other surgical service lines to begin coordinating their own ERAS pathways. UAB aims to grow the su ...…
 
When in doubt, check it out! The Regional Poison Control Center (RPCC) in Alabama is celebrating its 60th anniversary. As one of the oldest operating poison centers in the nation, specially trained pharmacists and nurses staff the toll free number 24/7, 365 days a year. Director Ann Slattery, DrPH, RN, RPh, DABAT shares helpful tips for parents ...…
 
Will answers some of Green and Gold's listeners questions about the show, UAB football, and college football in general.
 
Vasectomy can sometimes, but not always, be reversed. Reversal is a more complex operation with greater success rates if performed less than 10 years after the original surgery. Peter Kolettis, MD discusses the certain criteria in which vasectomy reversal is possible and when to refer to the specialists at UAB Medicine.…
 
In part two of our look at college athletics as a whole, we look at a couple of case studies of schools UAB might be able to emulate as it continues to grow its football brand.
 
We take a look inside the world of collegiate athletic fundraising to try and better understand UAB's situation. Part one of two.
 
UAB is in crisis, and the students and faculty aren't happy about it. The basketball team provides something to cheer for, but it's what the fans are chanting that's really getting everyone's attention.
 
Episode fourteen of Press Row, live from Jacksonville, with Gabe, Olin, Brent Zwerneman of the Houston Chronicle, and Robert Cessna of the Bryan-College Station Eagle focuses on the upcoming Gator Bowl matchup with the Wolfpack.
 
Green and Gold talks to Chuck Dietzen, who is a man that wears many hats. He is a doctor, a professor, a pro wrestler, a global health advocate, and most importantly for our purposes, a former UAB Blazer.http://timmyglobalhealth.org/
 
In the immediate aftermath of UAB cancelling football, tension around the school mounts and emotions are wrecked, while more than 100 players and coaches scramble to figure out their futures.
 
UAB becomes bowl eligible, but it isn't enough to save the program. All the speculation about the program comes true on UAB's darkest day, when the dream season suddenly turns into a nightmare.http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JYsOFBJHfUgMusicSong: I DunnoArtist: Grapes
 
In this panel discussion, J. Bart Rose, III, MD, Ravikumar Paluri, MD, and Rogeemon Jacob, MD, discuss Pancreatic Cancer, current and evolving therapies and new ways to approach Pancreatic Ductal Adenocarcinoma.
 
You think you know the whole story? UAB Football might be a little more complicated than you realized. MusicSong: I dunnoArtist: Grapes
 
UAB struggles to find its own identity, which starts with getting rid of that whole "Alabama-Birmingham" thing. MusicSong: I dunnoArtist: Grapes
 
Rumors are swirling and UAB football looks like it's on the ropes. But is it too late for a comeback? MusicSong: I DunnoArtist: Grapes
 
Week thirteen of Press Row relives the victory over LSU in 7OT and looks forward to the upcoming bowl season. This week features Gabe, Olin, Billy, Brent Zwerneman of the Houston Chronicle, and Robert Cessna of the Bryan-College Station Eagle.
 
Week twelve of Press Row recaps the victory over UAB and looks towards this weekend's game against LSU. This week features Gabe, Olin, Brent Zwerneman of the Houston Chronicle, Ben Baby of the Dallas Morning News, and Robert Cessna of the Bryan-College Station Eagle.
 
Alabama has a high rate of emphysema, and healthy people who know they have Alpha-1 in their family, should be tested for the gene to slow or prevent deterioration of health. As delayed diagnosis is thought to be associated with adverse outcomes, it is important that providers know the facts about Alpha-1 to council their patients on the import ...…
 
Week eleven of Press Row recaps the win against Ole Miss and looks towards towards this weekend's game against UAB. This week features Gabe, Olin, Ben Baby of the Dallas Morning News, and Robert Cessna of the Bryan-College Station Eagle.
 
Adrenal nodules are being increasingly identified on imaging studies (i.e., CT or MRI) obtained for other reasons. All identified adrenal nodules should be evaluated to determine whether they lead to over-production of hormones or might harbor a malignancy such as adrenocortical carcinoma. Listen as Brenessa Lindeman, MD, and John Porterfield, ...…
 
Week ten of Press Row recaps the loss to Auburn and looks towards towards the beginning of the Aggie homestead against Ole Miss. This week features Gabe, Olin, Ben Baby of the Dallas Morning News, and Robert Cessna & Travis Brown of the Bryan-College Station Eagle.
 
Ravikumar Paluri, MD, Rojymon Jacob, MD, and Greg Kennedy, MD, join the segment in this panel discussion on the benefits of multi-disciplinary care for Colorectal Cancer patients, and when to refer to the specialists at UAB Medicine.
 
Rachael Lee, MD, Assistant Professor in the UAB Division of Infectious Diseases, talks about the seasonal flu and flu pandemic.
 
Week nine of Press Row recaps the loss to Mississippi State and looks ahead to the final road game of the year at Auburn. This week features Gabe, Billy, Brent Zwerneman of the Houston Chronicle, Robert Cessna & Travis Brown of the Bryan-College Station Eagle.
 
Our parathyroid glands usually do a great job of controlling our body’s calcium levels, but one or more can begin to hyperfunction and lead to high levels of calcium in the blood. Herbert Chen, MD, discusses who is most at risk for parathyroid disease, the associated symptoms, how to treat it, and when to refer to the specialists at UAB Medicine.…
 
Chronic Limb Threatening Ischemia (formerly Critical Limb Ischemia) is a natural progression of untreated or unrecognized Peripheral Arterial Disease. It is important for providers to recognize symptomatic patients for prompt referral. Graeme McFarland, MD, discusses how the earlier a diagnosis can be made, the earlier treatment can be started ...…
 
Britney Corey, MD, discusses optimizing hernia repair and how UAB recently joined the Americas Hernia Society Quality Collaborative. This relationship will allow UAB to participate in continuous quality improvement efforts to optimize outcomes and costs of hernia care.
 
Week eight of Press Row recaps A&M's victory over South Carolina on the road and the bye week and beyond. This episode features Billy and Gabe, Robert Cessna, Brent Zwerneman of the Houston Chronicle, and Ben Baby of the Dallas Morning News.
 
When it comes to cataracts, nothing can change the world like seeing it more clearly again. Waid Blackstone, MD, discusses cataracts, and when to refer a patient to the specialists at UAB Medicine.
 
Vape shops selling electronic cigarettes are popping up in strip malls all over the U.S. The colorful, flavored liquid is being marketing to tweens and teens. But what’s really in that liquid? Is it “safer” than traditional cigarettes? What are the dangers, and what can parents tell their children about e-cigarettes that the manufacturers won’t?…
 
Alan Weil, Editor-In-Chief with Health Affairs, gives a talk titled "The End of US Health Policy."
 
Amy Miskimon Goss, PhD, Assistant Professor, UAB Department of Nutrition Sciences, talks about the Keto Diet.
 
Week seven of Press Row recaps A&M's overtime victory over Kentucky at Kyle Field and looks ahead to Saturday in Columbia. This episode features Billy, Gabe and Olin as well as Robert Cessna and Travis Brown of the Bryan-College Station Eagle.
 
Death rate following first time onset of diabetic foot ulcer or after a lower limb amputation has a survival rate that is now worse than most cancers. It is predicted that by 2050 one in three Americans will have diabetes. Physicians need to be educated on symptoms and when to refer patients so as to avoid amputation. Brent Haverstock DPM discu ...…
 
About Erica Dawson Erica is the author of two collections of poetry: The Small Blades Hurt (Measure Press, 2014), winner of the 2016 Poets’ Prize, and Big-Eyed Afraid (Waywiser Press, 2007), winner of the 2006 Anthony Hecht Prize. Her poems have appeared in Barrow Street, Birmingham Poetry Review, Blackbird, Literary Imagination, Unsplendid, Vi ...…
 
There are about 50,000 people living with Hep C in the state of Alabama currently. The hepatitis C virus is carried in the blood and often is transmitted by sharing needles or other equipment to inject drugs. For some people, hepatitis C is a short-term illness, but for many it becomes a long-term, chronic infection that can result in serious h ...…
 
Week six of Press Row recaps A&M's victory in Arlington and the upcoming game against the surging Wildcats. This episode features Billy, Gabe and Olin as well as The Dallas Morning News' Ben Baby and The Eagle's Robert Cessna.
 
In this Pre-Season 2 episode, we hear from the writers of the 2018 Ada Long Creative Writing Workshop. The Ada Long Creative Writing Workshop is a 3-week workshop that offers a rare opportunity for high school students to learn from published authors. Every day, students will work closely with nationally acclaimed novelists, essayists, and poet ...…
 
Enhanced Recovery After Surgery (ERAS) uses a multi-modal and multidisciplinary approach to deliver best-evidence surgical care to all patients to improve their outcomes and experience. Daniel Chu, MD, discusses ERAS, its benefits to patients, providers and healthcare systems and when to refer to the specialists at UAB Medicine.…
 
Week five of Press Row breaks down A&M's trip to Tuscaloosa and the upcoming game against the struggling Razorbacks. This episode features Billy & Gabe as well as The Houston Chronicle's Brent Zwerneman and The Eagle's Robert Cessna and Travis Brown.
 
Does anyone remember when Nick Saban lost to UAB? Will Shingleton discusses UAB's upset of LSU in 2000 in this anniversary episode of "Green and Gold".
 
Google login Twitter login Classic login