Best gynecology podcasts we could find (Updated May 2018)
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Featuring one-on-one discussions with leading clinical investigators, this series bridges the gap between research and patient care by providing practicing medical and gynecologic oncologists with access to the latest research developments and expert perspectives on up-to-date clinical management strategies for gynecologic cancers.
 
Interviews of medical experts about papers published in Obstetrics and Gynecology
 
Conversations in Obstetrics and Gynecology is a podcast from Australia discussing topical issues in Women's Health.
 
Conversations in Obstetrics and Gynecology is a podcast from Australia discussing topical issues in Women's Health.
 
The Blogcast for the Academic OB/GYN Physician
 
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Project Oncology
Monthly
 
Project Oncology® focuses on a wide array of oncology topics designed to educate and enlighten practitioners on late-breaking discoveries, novel treatment options, evolving methods of patient management, and more. This series provides cutting-edge updates on the biology, diagnosis, and multidisciplinary management, as well as new understandings of evidence-based recommendations to achieve optimal patient outcomes.
 
Observations from 30 years in Clinical Obstetrics and Gynecology
 
Dr. Martin curates all the latest scientific breakthroughs in OBGYN and women's health including monthly summaries of the Green & Grey Journals, all for busy doctors!
 
Teaching OB/Gyn, probability-based medicine, and other stuff
 
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Her Sex, Her Health
Monthly+
 
Board Certified, Obstetrics and Gynecology
 
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The V Word
Monthly+
 
Lady bit talks by lady docs. Two badass gynecologists tackling relevant women's health and reproductive policy issues. Vagina, vagina, vagina. DISCLAIMER: This show is not meant to substitute actual medical advice.
 
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The Ob/Gyn Podcast
Monthly
 
A podcast dedicated to bringing you accessible information about topics in Obstetrics and Gynecology.
 
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Women's Healthcast
Monthly
 
The latest on women's health, from the University of Wisconsin-Madison Department of Obstetrics & Gynecology. New episodes the second Wednesday of the month!
 
Presented by De'Nicea Hilton, Doctor of Oriental Medicine and Period & Fertility Strategist, the Sisters of Flow is home to where we "go with the flow" about anything and everything menstrual cycles! Flow-versations filled with tips, tools and trainings for healthier cycles. It can be pain relief to product reviews to treatment options to cultural differences to male perspective. Gynecological disorders (e.g. painful periods, no periods, endometriosis, PCOS, just to name a few), pregnancy, f ...
 
Welcome to the Women’s Health Update series, the latest edition of ReachMD’s Advances in Women’s Health. This series offers insight to improve gynecological care for women. Experts share evidence-based opinions on a variety of topics affecting your patients including: cervical cancer screening, abnormal uterine bleeding, management of preterm birth, and sexually transmitted infections. Sponsored by:
 
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COG#8 - Evidence Research underpins advancements in women’s health around the world. This month we talk to Nancy Chescheir, the Editor in Chief of ‘Obstetrics and Gynecology’ aka the Green Journal about her work to improve women’s health globally. The articles referenced during the discussion include: Arya R. Postpartum venous thromboembolism p ...…
 
COG#8 - Evidence Research underpins advancements in women’s health around the world. This month we talk to Nancy Chescheir, the Editor in Chief of ‘Obstetrics and Gynecology’ aka the Green Journal about her work to improve women’s health globally. The articles referenced during the discussion include: Arya R. Postpartum venous thromboembolism p ...…
 
Dr. Nancy Chescheir, Editor-in-Chief, reviews the articles that have been designated as Editors’ Picks for the June 2018 issue. (Pregnancy Outcomes After Vanishing Twin; Gynecology-Specific Perioperative Bundle; Cannabis Dispensary Recommendations).
 
Obesity can affect many aspects of women's health, from fertility to pregnancy complications to increased risk of some gynecologic cancers. In this episode, Dr. Paola Gehrig discusses the intersection of women's health and obesity. Dr. Gehrig is a professor and director of the gynecologic oncology division at the University of North Carolina-Ch ...…
 
Guest: Sagar Lonial, MD, FACP The treatment armamentarium for multiple myeloma (MM) has expanded significantly in recent years, with 6 new agents or indications approved by the US Food & Drug Administration since 2015. Treatment options now include immunomodulatory drugs, proteasome inhibitors, a histone deacetylase inhibitor, and immunothe ...…
 
In this episode Dr. Jillian Kurtz walks us through the methods and rationale behind fertility preservation for patients with cancer or undergoing transgender procedures.
 
Host: Robert Mocharnuk, MD Guest: Jae Park, MD The treatment of relapsed or refractory leukemias and lymphomas continues to be challenging, often characterized by limited therapeutic options and poor outcomes. Effective new therapies are needed for these patients. Chimeric antigen receptor (CAR) T-cell therapy represents a radical departure fro ...…
 
In this episode I am joined by Dr. Ballas and Dr. Kim to dicsuss the paper "Pregnancy Exercise and Nutrition With Smartphone Application Support" from the May edition of Obstetrics & Gynecology. feedback@obgyn.fm
 
May is Preeclampsia Awareness Month. This hypertensive pregnancy disorder affects up to 8 percent of pregnancies, but there’s still a lot we don’t know about it. Why does it happen? How can we predict or prevent it? Why do we still use the diagnosis and treatment tools developed in the 1960s? To learn more about preeclampsia, current clinical c ...…
 
Host: Stephen Edge, MD, FACS, FASCO In this segment, Dr. Edge discusses the benefits of using clinical oncology pathways in practice as well as their optimal use for patients. Also discussed will be how to best select the primary choice for treatment when using clinical oncology pathways. This activity is part of a series of in-depth discussion ...…
 
In no other area of medicine is practicing without a license allowed, but guess what? Fake women's health clinics are manned by pretend medical personnel and have one mission in mind: to con women into keeping unwanted pregnancies. Bonus fact: your tax dollars fund them.
 
In this episdoe we discuss the new postpartum guidelines from ACOG, newborn microbiome seeding, and the gentle cesarean. ACOG Committee Opinion: Optimizing Postpartum Care ACOG Committee Opinion: Vaginal Seeding OBG Management: Gentle Cesarean Podcast: Conversations in Obstetrics and Gynecology
 
This episode of Audio Abstracts reviews two studies conducted in Finland that investigated the link between premenopausal use of hormonal intrauterine treatment for menorrhagia and breast cancer incidence rates. The first study, Cancer Risk in Women Using the Levonorgestrel-Releasing Intrauterine System in Finland, examined the incidence rates ...…
 
We're all familiar with the concept of conscientious objection - opting out of something based on ethics or beliefs. But what about the idea that conscience can also propel us to do something? In early March, Lisa Harris, MD, of the University of Michigan Medical School Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology delivered a special lecture to the ...…
 
In this episode we discuss the mode of delivery in twin gestation Paper: Schmitz T, Korb D, Battie C, et al. Neonatal morbidity associated with vaginal delivery of noncephalic second twins. Am J Obstet Gynecol 2018;218:449.e1-13. feedback@obgyn.fm Other References: Association Between Planned Cesarean Delivery and Neonatal Mortality and Morbidi ...…
 
In this episode we finish up PCOS by discussing the management and long-term consequences. feedback@obgyn.fm Polycystic ovary syndrome: etiology, pathogenesis and diagnosis Combined oral contraceptives in the treatment of polycystic ovary syndrome Ovarian Suppression in Normal-Weight and Obese Women During Oral Contraceptive Use: A Randomized C ...…
 
David Kushner is a gynecologic oncologist in the UW Department of Ob-Gyn and a national expert in physician wellness. In 2018, ob-gyns reported the fourth-highest rate of burnout among US physicians. Dr. Kushner discussed what contributes to physician burnout, what it means for patients, and what the medical community is doing to address this i ...…
 
Dr. Nancy Chescheir, Editor-in-Chief, reviews the articles that have been designated as Editors’ Picks for the May 2018 issue. (Inhaled Cannabis in Human Breast Milk; Intrauterine Device Costs and New Insertions; Optimizing Blood Transfusion Practices).
 
Discussions with leading experts in the field of women’s health care about issues important to women’s health.
 
Did you know there's a federal contraceptive coverage guarantee in the Affordable Care Act? Well, you'd better, because our government is actively trying to undo it. Here's what you need to know, NOW. Featuring Kinsey Hasstedt, Senior Policy Manager and reproductive health policy expert with the Guttmacher Institute.…
 
51% of Australian women have had an unplanned pregnancy. This month on COG we talk about contraception. The World Health Organisation estimates that if every couple used contraception perfectly every single time they had sex, there would still be six million unplanned pregnancies each year worldwide. First up we talk to Dr Catrina Melville, an ...…
 
51% of Australian women have had an unplanned pregnancy. This month on COG we talk about contraception. The World Health Organisation estimates that if every couple used contraception perfectly every single time they had sex, there would still be six million unplanned pregnancies each year worldwide. First up we talk to Dr Catrina Melville, an ...…
 
Host: Jennifer Caudle, DO Guest: Tonya Chaffee, MD The importance of STI screening is ever growing, as incidence of STIs reach a record high in the U.S. and untreated infections can have life-long consequences. On this program, Dr. Tonya Chaffee, Clinical Professor of Pediatrics at UCSF, will discuss the downstream effects of poor screening on ...…
 
From old school to high tech, let's talk birth control. Dr. Jenn & Dr. Erica explore why your grandmother's birth control pill sucked, what not to do with a vaginal ring, and how much stock to put in fertility awareness apps. Get ready.
 
Nearly 80 million Americans have some strain of the human papillomavirus, which can cause several types of cancer in men and women. The CDC recommends that adolescents receive the HPV vaccine, which protects against cancer-causing strains, but vaccine uptake remains low. To learn more about the virus, vaccination, and new projects to fight HPV ...…
 
Dr. Nancy Chescheir, Editor-in-Chief, reviews the articles that have been designated as Editors’ Picks for the April 2018 issue. (Gynecologic Cancer in Women Undergoing Hysterectomy or Myomectomy; Lack of Reliability of the HPV mRNA Assay; Quality Improvement Dissemination).
 
Alright, let's do this: VAGINAS. There's no user manual, but maybe there should be. Let's talk normal, not normal, and just plain weird. This episode is sassy, features a lil' Harry Potter, and is not for young ears. Enjoy!
 
Host: Renée Simone Yolanda Allen, MD, MHSc., FACOG Guest: Burton S. Brodsky, MD, FACOG Low awareness of women’s risk factors and symptoms for ovarian cancer, compounded by common use of diagnostic laboratory tests that are less sensitive and not specifically approved for assessing the risk of malignant adnexal mass, are the most important reaso ...…
 
Host: Amy Mackey, MD Guest: Kahlil Demonbreun, DNP, FAANP Rates of sexually transmitted infections (STIs) among our adolescent and young adult population are at an all-time high. Join Dr. Kahlil Demonbreun to discuss the value of universal screening, and how its implementation positively impacts women’s health outcomes. You might pick up some e ...…
 
Believe it or not, we have the most number of eggs when we are in our mothers’ wombs. We have 6-7 million eggs at around 20 weeks of gestation, and that supply is going down even before we are born, even before puberty, and regardless of whether we’re pregnant, regardless of whether we’re on birth control, we’re still losing eggs every month.…
 
Host: Brian P. McDonough, MD, FAAFP Human papillomavirus (HPV) infection remains one of the most common sexually transmitted infections in both females and males, with about 9 in 10 people contracting HPV at some point in their lives. Host Dr. Brian McDonough is joined by Samantha Gottlieb, medical anthropologist and author of Not Quite a Cance ...…
 
Guest: Darcy A. Krueger, MD, PhD Tuberous sclerosis complex (TSC) is an autosomal dominant genetic disorder characterized by the systemic growth of benign, noninvasive legions. SEGAs, which are slow-growing glioneural tumors that develop near the foramen of Monro, usually develop before the age of 20 years and represent a significant morbidity ...…
 
Dr. Kristen Sharp, assistant professor in general obstetrics and gynecology and medical director of the UW-Madison Department of Ob-Gyn's CenteringPregnancy program, plays pregnancy true or false and discusses the value of group prenatal care.
 
Congrats on your new baby, but hows that vajayjay doing? Let's dive deep with all those postpartum questions you're too nervous or embarrassed to ask out loud. We've got you covered mama.
 
Dr. Nancy Chescheir, Editor-in-Chief, reviews the articles that have been designated as Editors’ Picks for the March 2018 issue. (Simon et al, Obstet Gynecol 2018;131:431–9; Cleary et al, Obstet Gynecol 2018;131:441–50; Rottenstreich et al, Obstet Gynecol 2018;131:451–6).
 
Abortions are theoretical, until you need one. Hear a first hand account of one woman's decision to have a second trimester abortion.
 
Here we go again with legislators interfering in the exam room. In PART 1, we'll break down the recent 20 week abortion ban in the Senate, and prove that anyone who voted for it is an absolute tool bag. Then in PART 2, we'll hear from a woman describe her own experience with second trimester abortion.…
 
"If you want to be a family, you should get to be a family." Meet an incredible woman who, in the middle of medical school, decided to become a gestational carrier for complete strangers.
 
The possibilities of modern day reproduction are endless. In Part 1, the doctors explore what gestational surrogacy is and isn't. In Part 2, hear the incredible story of one woman who became a gestational carrier just 6 months after giving birth to her daughter, and all while in medical school. Gestational Carrier Map: https://www.creativefamil ...…
 
In the first episode of Women's Healthcast, Dr. Deborah Ehrenthal discusses Wisconsin's recent ranking as the worst state in the US for African-American infant mortality, and new health disparities initiatives in the University of Wisconsin-Madison Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology. Dr. Ehrenthal is the director of the UW Ob-Gyn Division ...…
 
Mental health problems affect up to 20% of women around the time of pregnancy and birth. This month we talk to Dr Jo Black, a perinatal psychiatrist from Devon in the UK and an associate director of the NHS’ National Perinatal Mental Health Strategy. We discuss some findings from the Australian Institute of Health and Wellbeing’s latest materna ...…
 
Mental health problems affect up to 20% of women around the time of pregnancy and birth. This month we talk to Dr Jo Black, a perinatal psychiatrist from Devon in the UK and an associate director of the NHS’ National Perinatal Mental Health Strategy. We discuss some findings from the Australian Institute of Health and Wellbeing’s latest materna ...…
 
Discussions with leading experts in the field of women’s health care about issues important to women’s health.
 
Host: John J. Russell, MD Guest: David A. Reardon, MD Glioblastoma Multiforme (GBM) is the most common and most malignant of all glial tumors. These tumors present a challenge to the team managing the patient, as there is no curative treatment; the goal is to find the best approach and optimal role for each team member. There are a variety of t ...…
 
Host: Shira Johnson, MD Guest: Ronald DeMatteo, MD, FACS A Gastrointestinal Stromal Tumor (GIST) is a rare sarcoma that begins in the digestive tract or stomach, with an incident rate in the United States of approximately 4,000 to 6,000 cases per year. Since these tumors behave differently from other gastrointestinal cancers, they require a spe ...…
 
Comparing SurePath, ThinPrep, and conventional cytology as primary test method: SurePath is associated with increased CIN II+ detection rates. Rozemeijer K, Penning C, Siebers AG, Naber SK, Matthijsse SM, van Ballegooijen M, van Kemenade FJ, de Kok IM. Cancer Causes Control. 2016 Jan;27(1):15-25.doi: 10.1007/s10552-015-0678-1. Epub 2015 Oct 12. ...…
 
Dr. Nancy Chescheir, Editor-in-Chief, reviews the articles that have been designated as Editors’ Picks for the February 2018 issue. (Warsi et al, Obstet Gynecol 2018;131:204–11; Grobman et al, Obstet Gynecol 2018;131:328–35; Page et al, Obstet Gynecol 2018;131:336–43).
 
Guest: A. Oliver Sartor, MD Prostate cancer is the third leading cause of cancer death in men in the United States, accounting for 8% of all cancer deaths with an estimated 26,730 deaths in 2017. The recent development of novel hormonal agents, chemotherapy, and immunotherapy has dramatically changed the treatment paradigm of metastatic castrat ...…
 
Oncologists Dr. Sanjeeve Bala and Dr. Abhilasha Nair from FDA’s Oncology Center of Excellence discuss the recent approval of bevacizumab-awwb, a biosimilar to US-licensed Avastin, marketed as MVASI. MVASI is the first biosimilar approved in the US for the treatment of cancer. Released on December 21, 2017…
 
Host: Amy Mackey, MD Guest: Mark Spitzer, MD Prior to 2012 there were competing cervical cancer screening guidelines from the American Cancer Society and the United States Preventive Services Task Force (the USPSTF), leading providers to follow their own dictates when screening patients. In this edition of Advances in Women’s Health, host Dr. A ...…
 
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