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The basics of clinical medicine for nurses in WWI-era America from a series of lectures by the author, an Asheville, NC physician. - Summary by BellonaTimes
 
Timely and engaging discussions about advances in clinical research and practice, biomedical science, public health, and health policy.
 
Welcome to the official free Podcast from SAGE Publications for Clinical Medicine and Research. SAGE is a leading international publisher of journals, books, and electronic media for academic, educational, and professional markets with principal offices in Los Angeles, London, New Delhi, and Singapore.
 
Do you want to learn how to become a successful and happy MD? Yes? Well then this show is for you. Each week we bring you an inspiring person or message to help you unlock your full potential. You’ll learn the career secrets of some of the most successful doctors in the world, how they got to where they are, how they learn, their attitudes, what they look for in a young physician and much, much more. We try to reveal the success strategies that no one ever teaches you in medical school. You’ ...
 
Engaging and topical conversations with authors of research, clinical reviews, and opinion pieces published in JAMA. Subscribe for the latest information, ideas, and innovations in clinical medicine and health policy.
 
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Bedside Rounds
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Bedside Rounds is a tiny podcast about fascinating stories in clinical medicine. We discuss the weird, wonderful, and human stories that have affected patients and their doctors throughout history and today.
 
Dr. Anderson is medical director of Anderson Medical Specialty Associates, a clinic focusing on the care of patients with cancer and chronic diseases. Through his clinical practice and medical research he has developed improved methods for improving quality of life for patients with cancer and other chronic illnesses. Former positions include professor of Pharmacology and Clinical Medicine at Bastyr University and Chief of IV Services for Bastyr Oncology Research Center. He is a graduate of ...
 
This podcast reflects medicine’s most pressing issues through the eyes of residents. “The House” provides residents with a forum to share their stories from the bedside, where they are learning far more than the lessons of clinical medicine. Produced by the publishers of the New England Journal of Medicine, NEJM Resident 360 (http://resident360.nejm.org) provides residents with the information, resources, and support needed to approach rotations — and life as a resident — with confidence.
 
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Nature Research
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Welcome to the Nature Research Soundcloud page! Here you will find our weekly Nature podcast - featuring highlighted content from the week's edition of Nature, including interviews with the people behind the science, and in-depth commentary and analysis from journalists covering science around the world. Springer Nature publishes journals and online databases across the life, physical and applied sciences and clinical medicine. Nature is the world's foremost weekly scientific journal and is ...
 
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ClinPharmPod
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ClinPharmPod is the clinical pharmacology podcast from "Clinical Pharmacology & Therapeutics." Join us as we delve into the advances in the nature, action, efficacy, and evaluation of therapeutics in this cross-disciplinary field of experimental and clinical medicine featuring highlighted content from the one of the top journals in clinical pharmacology and therapeutics.
 
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AJNR Podcasts
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AJNR publishes more than 350 fully reviewed Original Research papers and Review Articles in a typical year. Subject matter covers the spectrum of diagnostic and functional imaging of the brain, head, neck, spine, and organs of special sense, including: aging and degenerative diseases; anatomy; the cervicothoracic junction; contrast media; experimental studies; functional imaging; iatrogenic disorders; imaging techniques and technology (including all advanced imaging modalities); inflammatory ...
 
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Doctors Unbound
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Welcome to Doctors Unbound podcast. This is a show that highlights physicians doing interesting things outside clinical medicine, and the experts that can help them. Starting a business, or blog, investing, writing, or entering politics, this show gives you a behind-the-scenes look at doctors doing amazing things.
 
Physician NonClinical Careers is presented to inspire, inform and support physicians seeking to pivot from clinical medicine to a nonclinical career. John Jurica will present topics important to pivoting physicans and interview experts and physicians who have completed their career pivots.
 
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Most of us are drawn to integrative medicine because we’re so passionate about clinical medicine; but as we’re applying to school and our programs, we may not realize that we’ll be running a business as well.We asked practitioners what advice they’d share to those newer clinicians building a practice, and the overwhelming response was “overhead ...…
 
The Four Humors are probably the longest-lasting idea in the history of medicine, even though they’ve been more or less completely abandoned for the past century or so. In this episode, we’ll explore how the ancient Greek idea of disease coming from imbalances in body fluids touched every aspect of medicine for two millennia, well into the mode ...…
 
In order to prevent chronic illness and promote healthy living, our mission is to change the approach of traditional clinical medicine from reactive to proactive. Our goal is to emphasize and advocate preventive medicine, promote wellness concepts of healthcare using advanced screening, and to encourage holistic lifestyle modification for longe ...…
 
Physician and exercise physiologist Dr. Sarah Hallberg is our interview guest today in Episode 1364 of “The Livin’ La Vida Low-Carb Show.” Dr. Sarah Hallberg from VitraHealth.com is the medical director at Virta Health. She is also the medical director and founder of the Medically Supervised Weight Loss Program at Indiana University Health Arne ...…
 
In this episode, John interviews Mike Woo-Ming, MD, MPH, about his experiences as an entrepreneur, author, marketing consultant and physician educator. Mike started his first side hustle while still in training, teaching undergraduates how to successfully prepare for and apply to medical school. He subsequently started several businesses, in th ...…
 
In this podcast, we discuss important themes from 3 papers and answer student generated questions. The papers we review are: Chen, Jonathan H., and Steven M. Asch. 2017. “Machine Learning and Prediction in Medicine — Beyond the Peak of Inflated Expectations.” The New England Journal of Medicine 376 (26):2507–9. Erickson, Bradley J., Panagiotis ...…
 
Dr Cory Fawcett is a recently "repurposed" surgeon, having transitioned from clinical medicine to consulting, coaching, and helping doctors through his writing. This episode explores topics like why it's important for physicians to control their debt, and how to go about thinking about a transition out of medicine. Dr Fawcett gets deeply person ...…
 
My name is Dave Denniston, your host. Welcome back my friends to the latest episode of The Freedom Formula for Physicians Podcast. Welcome back to our monthly fireside chat with a physician to get to know their journey, their joys, and their struggles with finances and outside of finances. My friends, in this show, I try and dig deep to find in ...…
 
Dr. Anjali Niyogi is a hospitalist at University Medical Center (UMC), an assistant professor in the Tulane School of Medicine, and directs the Formerly Incarcerated Transitions (FIT) Clinic. Dr. Ashley Wennerstrom is a co-lead of the Prisoner to Patient Project and assistant professor of clinical medicine at Tulane School of Medicine. They joi ...…
 
Welcome to the first episode of Doctors Unbound, a podcast for physicians looking to explore interests outside of clinical medicine. In this episode, you will learn what you'll get out of this show, its format, and about the host.
 
Sapan Shah M.D., J.D. is the President and a founding partner of Flagship Healthcare, a leading malpractice insurance brokerage in Illinois representing over 800 physicians. As a physician and attorney, Sapan has a unique insight into legal issues facing physicians. He founded Flagship Healthcare to develop insurance and risk management solutio ...…
 
This podcast discusses an international project to map all cell types and states in the human body.
 
Let me ask you a question- have you been itching to jump start your financial future? Maybe you’ve been wondering whether or not you want to stick it out in clinical medicine. I have been doing some financial experiments to help you (and selfishly, me) get a better handle on all the different ways we can generate passive and not-so-passive inco ...…
 
Michael Blastland asks if it's desk-bound work, rather than over-eating, which is making more and more of us obese. He hears about remarkable research which, despite received wisdom, suggests that people in the UK have reduced their calorie intake. However, they are expending far less physical energy, particularly because of new patterns of wor ...…
 
Don’t let your emotions run the show! Learn how to control your emotions and use them to help you achieve your goals with Professor Jason M. Satterfield, Professor of Clinical Medicine at UCSF. Delve into this fascinating topic and discover how being aware of your emotional intelligence (EQ) can help you become more perceptive and avoid knee-je ...…
 
What makes a disease? And who gets to decide? Producer Cam Steele brings us a story that spans migrating uteruses in ancient Egypt, a disease that makes slaves want to run away in the antebellum south, and the accidental discovery of an erection pill while trying to treat heart disease. Join us in our journey to disassemble the concept of disea ...…
 
Help Ian get to 120 interviews! Become a TUMS patron on Patreon! Show notes! Dr. Rozy Khan Dr. Khan is a critical care medicine physician, as well as an Assistant Professor of Clinical Medicine at the University of Southern California Keck School of Medicine. Dr. Khan completed her undergraduate degree at the University of Southern California i ...…
 
In this replay from a live CME Outfitters symposium, expert faculty guide learners through patient cases using an interactive infographic to explain the importance of initiating early targeted biologic therapy and provide evidence-based strategies to take action to achieve sustained remission and long-term clinical outcomes. This activity offer ...…
 
Normally when people think of fasting they think about religion, weight loss or a political protest. And when you ask why they do it the answers vary from discipline, self-restraint or control. These are good initial answers, but once it is no longer a challenge for you, why do you continue? Hopefully, by the end of this, it will help with deep ...…
 
This podcast discusses the development of socially assistive robots for patient rehabilitation and training. Related article: Socially Assistive Robots Help Patients Make Behavioral Changes
 
In this episode my guest Dr. Terry Wahls will discuss how she reversed her advanced Multiple Sclerosis using food and functional medicine. She’s a clinical professor of medicine at the University of Iowa, and she’s the author recently of “The Wahls Protocol: How I Beat Progressive MS Using Paleo Principles And Functional Medicine,” as well as a ...…
 
A darkened laboratory with an eerie green glow; a photograph of the bones of a woman’s hand published on the front pages of newspapers throughout the globe; mysterious rays that promise to change medicine forever but also cause horrific disease in their champions and pioneers. In this episode, called Bone Portraits, I tell the story of two men ...…
 
Welcome back to our monthly fireside chat with a physician to get to know their journey, their joys, and their struggles with finances and outside of finances. This show is not always about actionable content. It is however a chance for you to see behind the curtains, to walk in another person’s shoes and experience their lives. Our next guest ...…
 
Welcome back to our monthly fireside chat with a physician to get to know their journey, their joys, and their struggles with finances and outside of finances. This show is not always about actionable content. It is however a chance for you to see behind the curtains, to walk in another person’s shoes and experience their lives. Our next guest ...…
 
Welcome back to our monthly fireside chat with a physician to get to know their journey, their joys, and their struggles with finances and outside of finances. This show is not always about actionable content. It is however a chance for you to see behind the curtains, to walk in another person’s shoes and experience their lives. Our next guest ...…
 
Host: Matt Birnholz, MD MACRA’ is one of the hottest buzzwords in clinical medicine and health policy today. But in a fast-changing legislative landscape, questions arise on the current and future directions for MACRA, as well as best practices for all of us going forward. Host Dr. Matt Birnholz talks with AMA Washington Counsel, Ashley McGlone ...…
 
Doctors are ditching clinical medicine because of burnout. We discuss both the stigma and the support for these dropout docs.
 
Danilo Coité, MD, comes to Independence Plus, Inc. (IPI) with over 15 years of experience in clinical medicine, risk management, and managed care insurance plans. He is a visionary leader skilled at turning insight into action with a unique blend of medical and business expertise. He offers strategic, decisive guidance while remaining committed ...…
 
by Dr Chris Elliot and Dr Kylie Yates Summary: Emily Nash Editor: Chris Elliot James talks to Dr Chris Elliot and Dr Kylie Yates about assessing and treating paediatric patients. Chris Elliot is a Consultant Paediatrician who works in a teaching hospital in Sydney and in private rooms. As well as clinical Medicine he is enthusiastic about healt ...…
 
In chapter 9, we are joined by Linda Rosenstock to talk about healthcare and the various factors that influence it. Linda has 20 years of experience in clinical medicine, she was appointed by the Clinton and Obama administrations to advise on issues in public health, and she served as the dean of the UCLA School of Public Health for 12 years.…
 
Implanted devices that monitor the internal functioning of our bodies, in minute detail, could soon be part of our daily lives. Many of us already take for granted the wearable gadgets and apps we use to keep track of exercise and food intake. Technological advances in the field of body computing are moving quickly and are about to revolutioniz ...…
 
In this episode Prof Jamie Cooper from the Alfred Hospital and Monash University in Melbourne, Australia describes how purposeful management of our own careers is vital for longevity in the field, how research has helped him be a better clinician and some of the habits he thinks are important to having a good life at work and at home. Jamie dis ...…
 
I would like to share with you the email that made me believe that today’s guest, Dr. Amy Faith Ho, a third year ER resident, will be simply outstanding: I love the mission of your site, and the Match was something that endlessly agonized me (see my article in Forbes). It is a great passion of mine to mentor junior residents, med students and p ...…
 
I would like to share with you the email that made me believe that today’s guest, Dr. Amy Faith Ho, a third year ER resident, will be simply outstanding: I love the mission of your site, and the Match was something that endlessly agonized me (see my article in Forbes). It is a great passion... Read More The post Amy Ho: An ER Resident Who Conne ...…
 
Master the management of major depressive disorder (MDD) with clinical pearls from Dr. Marius Marcel Commodore, Associate Professor of Clinical Medicine and Psychiatry from Temple University Hospital. We cover diagnosis, patient counseling, choice of agent, dose titration, augmentation...and DJ names? For full show notes visit http://thecurbsid ...…
 
This podcast discusses the latest research into the workings of the lung microbiome and how it will affect future diagnosis and treatment of respiratory diseases. Related article: The Lung Microbiome: Key to Respiratory Ills?
 
by Dr Chris Elliot and Dr Kylie Yates Summary: Emily Nash Editor: Chris Elliot James talks to Dr Chris Elliot and Dr Kylie Yates about the importance of communicating effectively with parents. This interview provides tips for junior doctors on how to undertake these tasks when working in a busy Emergency Department. Chris Elliot is a Consultant ...…
 
Cure, not care, became the primary purpose of medicine, and the physician’s role became “curer of disease” rather than “healer of the sick. The Meaning Of Healing? Medicine is traditionally considered a healing profession, but it has neither an operational definition of healing nor an explanation of its mechanisms beyond the physiological proce ...…
 
This Medical News podcast features an interview with Barry Marshall, MD, who codiscovered the stomach bug H pylori in 1982.
 
I recently saw an article about a highly innovative approach to medical education launching with this year’s entering class at the University of Connecticut called M Delta. When I reached out to UConn the head of the curriculum reform asked me for a call and provided more information about the new curriculum. It was just... Read More The post A ...…
 
Session 226 The journey to medical school is long, tough, defeating, and can be isolating. There are plenty of news stories of physicians out there about job dissatisfaction, suicide rates, and suicides of medical students. Inevitably, there comes a lot of doubt when you're on this journey and you’re probably still thinking if this is what you ...…
 
This podcast moderated by JDR Associate Editor Jessica Lee, discusses the implications of the recent Global Burden of Disease study by JDR author, Dr. Marcenes Wagner and AADR President-Elect, Dr. Raul Garcia.
 
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