Best clinicians roundtable podcasts we could find (Updated September 2017)
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Clinician's Roundtable
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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.
 
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Partners in Practice
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This innovative series provides insight into the issues experienced by advanced practice healthcare clinicians as they deliver a broad range of medical services to a diverse population, interface with other healthcare providers and navigate their own career issues. Physicians and other health care professionals will gain insights into the world of these valued partners.
 
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Every generation strives to make the lives of our children happier, healthier and more productive. From cases of otitis media and current lipid management strategies, to the latest treatment options for traumatic brain injury, and the manifestation of rare chromosomal abnormalities, ReachMD explores the realm of children's health with a balanced lineup of leading medical experts in pediatrics and adolescent medicine. Join us to learn more!
 
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Ross Upshur explores a very important concept in modern healthcare: “The Concept of Evidence” in this and the next podcast. He talks about evidence and what it means to base decision on evidence. He would also dig into its evolution; attempts made to orient clinical decision making to the literature; its new dimensions and hierarchy of evidence ...…
 
Host: Andrew Wilner, MD Almost two-thirds of medical students expect to join a medical mission during medical school and their medical early careers. Yet despite positive intent, such short-term experiences may exacerbate global health inequities and even cause harm. Dr. Lawrence Loh, Adjunct Professor at the University of Toronto Dalla Lana Sc ...…
 
Host: John J. Russell, MD Guest: Timothy Brigham, MD Physician stress and burnout are reaching epidemic proportions in the United States. Host, Dr. John Russell talks with Dr. Timothy Brigham, Chief of Staff and Senior Vice President of Education at the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education, about what can be done to ensure work ...…
 
Host: Matt Birnholz, MD Several new screening tests have been developed to help doctors find colorectal cancer early when it's most treatable and can reduce the burden of this disease and the death toll nationwide. Host Dr. Matt Birnholz chats with Dr. John Kisiel, gastroenterologist and Assistant Professor of Medicine at Mayo Clinic College of ...…
 
Is SEX ADDICTION a myth? Sexpert Heather McPherson discusses AASECT's groundbreaking historical statement regarding the use of the term "sex addiction." She is the CEO & Founder of The Sexual Health Alliance (SHA). SHA is the first and currently the only organization that facilitates progressive communication among sexual health professionals a ...…
 
As the NHS strains under pressure from rising patient activity, an ageing population, and financial constraints, The BMJ hosted a discussion on how clinicians should be helping to manage demand at last week’s Nuffield Trust health policy summit.Taking part are: - Eileen Burns, president of the British Geriatrics Society - Andrew Fernando, GP an ...…
 
As the NHS strains under pressure from rising patient activity, an ageing population, and financial constraints, The BMJ hosted a discussion on how clinicians should be helping to manage demand at last week’s Nuffield Trust health policy summit.Taking part are: - Eileen Burns, president of the British Geriatrics Society - Andrew Fernando, GP an ...…
 
Host: Dr. Andrew Wilner Host Dr. Andrew Wilner explores different opportunities to combine medicine with outside interests when off call. Today, he talks with Dr. John Kihm, an internist in private practice in Durham, NC. who fell in love with North Carolina's Outer Banks and Ocracoke Island off Cape Hatteras while a 4th year medical student. H ...…
 
Host: Prathima Setty, MD More than one third of US adults are considered obese, and obesity-related conditions including heart disease, stroke, type 2 diabetes and certain cancers are now among the leading causes of preventable death in the United States. How are health care providers tackling this national and global problem? Dr. Prathima Sett ...…
 
Host: Dr. Andrew Wilner Dr. Andrew Wilner chats with Dr. Steven Neal, board certified ENT surgeon and Fellow of the American Academy of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. Dr. Neal is a Clinical Instructor at the Oregon Health Science Center in Portland, OR, who also serves on the faculty of the Art of Rhinoplasty Course in San Francisco ...…
 
Host: Prathima Setty, MD A couple of extra minutes attached to the umbilical cord at birth may translate into a significant boost in neurodevelopment several years later, research suggests. Dr. Prathima Setty is joined by Dr. Kecia Gaither, a perinatal consultant at St. Lukes Hospital in Kansas City, MO as they talk about how delaying cutting t ...…
 
Host: John J. Russell, MD Guest: Amy Mackey, MD Hosts Dr. John Russell and Dr. Amy Mackey sit down to reflect on their individual and shared experiences participating in medical missions from their respective vantage points of family medicine and obstetrics & gynecology.
 
Host: John J. Russell, MD Castleman disease, a rare idiopathic multicentric disorder, is diagnosed in approximately 5000 people in the United States each year. When one 3rd year medical student suddenly found himself facing this diagnosis personally, at a time when knowledge about the disease was minimal, he helped create a broad-based initiati ...…
 
Host: Matt Birnholz, MD It's estimated that 80% of serious medical errors involve miscommunications between caregivers during the transfer of patients. But investigations are ongoing to identify the key issues behind these miscommunications, and how patient centered, value based care can address them. Host Dr. Matt Birnholz speaks with Dr. Davi ...…
 
Host: David Weisman, Dr. Dr. David Weisman explores a study from Wake Forest School of Medicine that examined the effects of concussions for youth football participants.
 
This roundtable discussion took place at the D & S Healing Center with team members Dr. Kenneth Cole, Tracy Treacy, and Pardeep Singh Kaleka, all clinicians of color. The topics included dealing with trauma in Milwaukee as a result of a cultural pressures, social media, and a changing America coming to grips with new realities at different spee ...…
 
Host: Renée Simone Yolanda Allen, MD, MHSc., FACOG What does it take to pick up your practice and move to a foreign country? And what can be gained and lost in translation? Host Dr. Renee Allen chats with Dr. Carmen Brown,a board-certified OB/GYN practicing in New Zealand, about her experiences and perspectives transitioning a clinical practice ...…
 
Host: Renée Simone Yolanda Allen, MD, MHSc., FACOG Rheumatic diseases don't discriminate across race or gender; however, significant health disparities continue to exist for patients suffering from these diseases. Dr. Renée Simone Yolanda Allen speaks with Dr. Xena Whittier, practicing rheumatologist with WellStar Rheumatology Associates in Mar ...…
 
Host: Renée Simone Yolanda Allen, MD, MHSc., FACOG The OB/GYN hospitalist model is one potential approach to enhancing the quality and safety of hospital’s obstetric–gynecologic services and reducing the incidence of adverse events Host Dr. Renee Allen sits down with Dr. Rob Olson, an OB/GYN hospitalist program consultant with over 7 years expe ...…
 
Host: Ana Maria Rosario Guest: Martin Chavez, MD From the Women's Health Annual Visit in Chicago, host Ana Maria Rosario talks with Dr. Martin Chavez, the Director of Maternal Fetal Medicine and Fetal Surgery Program at Winthrop University Hospital, about the maternal-fetal effects of the Zika virus outbreak.…
 
Host: Patrice L Basanta-Henry, MD, MHSc, FACOG Reports indicate that there is a national upsurge in the number of women with opioid addiction. The problem is multigenerational, with consumption habits that begin as early as the mid-teenage years and extend well into the elderly population. Additionally, opioid addiction disproportionately affec ...…
 
Host: Patrice L Basanta-Henry, MD, MHSc, FACOG Prescription drugs are often essential to the management of both acute and chronic pain. However, misuse, abuse and additions to these products, especially opioids, have become a worldwide epidemic. Since 1999, the number of overdose deaths involving opioids have almost quadrupled in the United Sta ...…
 
Host: Renée Simone Yolanda Allen, MD, MHSc., FACOG Many menopausal and perimenopausal women are faced with the decision of whether synthetic or bioidentical hormone therapy is the best option for them. There are many pros and cons for each, but questions surface from patients and clinicians alike on comparative safety and efficacy profiles. Hos ...…
 
Host: Patrice L Basanta-Henry, MD, MHSc, FACOG Advances in technology have resulted in increased information being available for pregnant woman. With this increased information has come a rise in the number of requests for termination of pregnancy for fetal indications. However, termination of pregnancy remains a controversial issue in the area ...…
 
Host: Patrice L Basanta-Henry, MD, MHSc, FACOG According to the American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, between 14% and 23% of women will struggle with some symptoms of depression during their pregnancy. This condition often goes unrecognized and untreated in part because of safety concerns in using medications or other therapeuti ...…
 
Host: Ana Maria Rosario Guest: David Gandell, MD Genital Herpes Simplex Virus (HSV) infection is a major public health problem. A dramatic upsurge in genital HSV infections have been documented from several prominent studies, making recognition, treatment, and patient counseling strategies more important than ever. Joining host, Ana Rosario at ...…
 
We’ve all experienced this, right? Mom falls. Dad is getting too difficult to take care of alone anymore. Grandma finally agrees to let someone help her so she can stay at the house where she and Grandpa built their life together, where so many family memories where born, where the air in the room smells like comfort and yesterday. We’ve all ex ...…
 
Host: Patrice L Basanta-Henry, MD, MHSc, FACOG Approximately just 0.5% of all births occur before the third trimester of pregnancy, yet these very early deliveries result in the majority of neonatal deaths and more than 40% of infant deaths. Care for infants born at the threshold of viability, less than 24 weeks of gestation and with body weigh ...…
 
Host: Ana Maria Rosario Guest: Anita Nelson, MD Joining host Ana Maria Rosario at the Women's Health Annual Visit in Deerborn, MI, is Dr. Anita Nelson, professor emeritus at UCLA and professor and chair of OB/GYN at Western University in California. The two discuss patient barriers to accessing IUDs and implants in a rapidly growing contracepti ...…
 
Host: Renée Simone Yolanda Allen, MD, MHSc., FACOG Mid-level providers such as nurse practitioners help fill gaps in health care coverage across the country. Yet while NPs have the ability to work independently in a variety of ways including administering treatments, providing consultations, and authorizing use of medical equipment, several pra ...…
 
Host: Shira Johnson, MD Opiate addiction is rapidly becoming one of the biggest health crises in the United States today. Opiates have killed more than 28,000 people in 2014 and opioid deaths outnumber motor vehicle accidents and gunshot fatalities. Dr. Shira Johnson talks with Dr. Kenji Oyasu, the Executive Medical Director for Brightside Clin ...…
 
Host: Matt Birnholz, MD Today’s culture of stress is driving people to pharmaceuticals and other dangerous outlets as coping mechanisms. What strategies should people employ to mitigate stress and manage their time better? Host Dr. Matt Birnholz sits down with Dr. Patricia Sulak, Endowed Professor at Texas A&M University to talk about the d ...…
 
Host: Matt Birnholz, MD The American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists have made several recommendations regarding the practice of umbilical cord blood banking. Host Dr. Matt Birnholz speaks with Dr. Jordan Perlow, Associate Director of Maternal-Fetal Medicine at Banner Good Samaritan Medical Center in Phoenix, AZ, about the newest gu ...…
 
Host: Matt Birnholz, MD The simple act of going out to eat can be a tricky proposition for people dealing with gluten intolerance or sensitivity issues. A new portable device is aiming to help people with this problem by allowing them to test food’s gluten content and help find foods that they are able to eat. Host Dr. Matt Birnholz talks with ...…
 
Host: Renée Simone Yolanda Allen, MD, MHSc., FACOG Midlevel providers help fill the gap in health care coverage across the country. Nurse practitioners, in particular, have the distinct capabilities to work independently in a variety of areas including consultations, treatments, and authorization of durable medical equipment. Host Dr. Renee All ...…
 
Host: Matt Birnholz, MD Integrative medicine is an approach to care that purports to address a more wholistic range of physical, emotional, mental, social, spiritual and environmental influences affecting a person’s health than traditional care models. How did this field come into prominence, and where is it headed? From the floors of the A4M M ...…
 
Host: Patrice L Basanta-Henry, MD, MHSc, FACOG Hypertensive disorders of pregnancy, including preeclampsia and HELLP Syndrome, complicate up to 10% of pregnancies worldwide. Hypertension is the leading medical problem encountered in pregnancy and, despite major advances in medicine, remains one of the greatest causes of maternal and perinatal m ...…
 
Host: Shira Johnson, MD Guest: Charles N. Walker, MD Dr. Shira Johnson speaks with Dr. Charles Walker, Assistant Professor of Surgery in the Department of Urology at Yale University School of Medicine. The two focus on erectile dysfunction as a common complication for patients dealing with diabetes and heart disease, and ways that clinicians ca ...…
 
Host: Renée Simone Yolanda Allen, MD, MHSc., FACOG Obstetrical emergency care units offer pregnant women highly-specialized emergency care as a better alternative to the traditional emergency room visit. These units have been proven to increase patient satisfaction and improve emergency room wait time lengths. Where are they being utilized, and ...…
 
Host: Matt Birnholz, MD Guest: Patricia Sulak, MD The American Heart Association instituted a Strategic Impact Goal to reduce the incidence of cardiovascular deaths and disabilities by 20% by 2020. Host Dr. Matt Birnholz chats with Dr. Patricia Sulak, Endowed Professor of the Texas A&M University College of Medicine about the 7 key health m ...…
 
Host: Renée Simone Yolanda Allen, MD, MHSc., FACOG Babies born before 37 weeks gestation face many challenges in their first weeks of life. For premature babies to thrive in the NICU, the American Academy of Pediatrics recommends all preterm babies weighing less than 1500 grams be fed human milk. However, this recommendation creates a dilemma f ...…
 
Host: Matt Birnholz, MD Guest: Ronald J. Wapner, MD Innovations in medical genetics are changing the practice of obstetrics and gynecology. With advancing knowledge of underlying genetic predispositions, doctors can provide more precisioned care plans for patients in women's health centers. Dr. Matt Birnholz talks with Dr. Ronald J Wapner, Prof ...…
 
Host: Renée Simone Yolanda Allen, MD, MHSc., FACOG Many physicians are daunted by the contract negotiation process for a new job. They often worry that employers will retract their offers if candidates try and negotiate for a more favorable contract. Dr. Renee Allen sits down with Arden Miller, JD, attorney with Cohen, Pollack, Merlin and Small ...…
 
Host: Matt Birnholz, MD Dr. Matt Birnholz sits down with Dr. Carl Schultz, Research Director at the Center for Disaster Medical Sciences at University of California, Irvine. Dr. Schultz is a Professor of Emergency Medicine at the UC Irvine and recipient of the Disaster Medical Science Award at ACEP. He talks about the challenges of securing fun ...…
 
Host: Matt Birnholz, MD Meningitis is one of the most feared manifestations of infectious disease for the medical community. Yet in spite of this fact, there are very few educational or advocacy-based resources dedicated to increasing public and professional awareness for meningococcal disease and updated prevention methods. Dr. Matt Birnholz t ...…
 
Host: Matt Birnholz, MD Cannabis is gaining increased acceptance within the medical community for pain relief and other supportive care applications. But for oncology specialties, the use of cannabis may additionally extend into therapeutic purposes for patients. From the floors of the A4M Conference in Las Vegas, Dr. Matt Birnholz speaks with ...…
 
Host: Matt Birnholz, MD In the ongoing global campaign to prevent, treat, and cure HIV and AIDS, there have been countless therapeutic approaches targeting the HIV virus and everything it interacts with on the path to infection. But after decades of relentless infectivity claiming over 25 million lives, what if we could one day simply edit and ...…
 
Host: Matt Birnholz, MD There is a curious American sentiment toward exercise that celebrates the mantra of "no pain, no gain." When exercise isn't followed by soreness, or when a sufficient amount of sweat hasn't been produced, participants are often led to believe that their efforts have been wasted. But is this notion actually valid, and do ...…
 
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