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The Society of Critical Care Medicine (SCCM) Podcast features in-depth interviews with leaders in critical care. Experts discuss hot topics in intensive care with perspectives from all members of the critical care team. Guests include authors from SCCM's peer-reviewed journals, Critical Care Medicine, Pediatric Critical Care Medicine, and Critical Care Explorations, as well as thought leaders within the field. This is a new and updated channel, formerly known as the iCritical Care Podcast Al ...
 
The goal of the Neurocritical Care Society Podcast is to summarize some of the latest content and cutting edge research published in the journal, Neurocritical Care, official journal of the Neurocritical Care Society. Episodes are produced regularly and feature interviews with the top researchers around the world in the fields of neurology, critical care, and neurosurgery.
 
This is an official podcast series created by Australia and New Zealand Intensive Care Society (ANZICS). In this podcast series, we aim to meet experts around the globe to discuss various issues pertinent to intensive care. Through this podcast, we hope to gain more insight into the challenges that we are facing as a community and understand how experts look at these problems.
 
Solving Healthcare is a podcast series launched in September 2019 by the Resource Optimization Network. Led by Dr. Kwadwo Kyeremanteng, a palliative care & intensive care doctor based in Ottawa, these podcasts will feature interviews and discussions on the topic of improving healthcare delivery in Canada. Underpinned by the values of cost-effectiveness, dignity, and justice, these podcasts will challenge the status quo, leaving no stone unturned as we explore gaps, assumptions, and different ...
 
All humans have emotional baggage, and yet, so many of us are unaware of what we're carrying until we hit a low point, experience a health crisis, or recognise that we're in a painful pattern with our relationships or how we feel about and treat ourselves. Natalie Lue expands her popular blog Baggage Reclaim into podcast form with a weekly show about how to live and love with more self-esteem by unpacking, decluttering and tidying up our excess emotional baggage. It's time to reclaim yoursel ...
 
A podcast series from the Society of Critical Care Medicine (SCCM) offering in-depth interviews on critical care topics while addressing the most challenging aspects of intensive care unit fellowship and residency. This series complements SCCM's Virtual Critical Care Rounds (VCCR) program.
 
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Are you ready to choosing more in the areas of sex, relationships, your body and money? Patty invites you to have more ease, joy, pleasure and communion with everything you desire! Her kind and witty facilitation will inspire you to melt away your limitations and open the door to new possibilities.
 
The Journal of Clinical Oncology (JCO) serves its readers as the single most credible, authoritative resource for disseminating significant clinical oncology research. Usually presented in conjunction with an original report and an editorial published on www.jco.org, the JCO podcasts enable readers to stay current on the latest research while placing the results into a clinically useful context.
 
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The Problem is a podcast dedicated to fighting the Hydras of Health care – those complicated, big hairy issues that impact health care on the societal level. Every season, you’ll hear about a different big, massive problem, and each episode within that season will feature a different discipline or industry’s take on that problem – how it's being addressed, how it's being talked about, and the trials and triumphs of those involved -- clinically and personally. This is a podcast for anyone who ...
 
I didn’t want to be a drug dealer. I wanted to be a stock broker. Hell, I was a stock broker for a while, but when I turned 21, my record became public and they took my license away. Apparently, you can’t be a stock broker if you’re also a murderer. “I was a murderer yesterday too, mother******,” I said. Apparently the SEC would have gotten rid of me yesterday had they known. Of course, there was also the issue of the spark plug, but they didn’t care much about that. The Navy though, they we ...
 
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When we talk about the pandemic, we talk about stress. Burnout. Uncertainty. Isolation. We don't talk as much about trauma. But a growing number of mental health professionals say that's what people are experiencing as the pandemic drags on — and we may need a new way to talk about what they're going through. NPR's Kat Lonsdorf reports. Psychiatris…
 
A towering figure of the fashion world, André Leon Talley was impossible to ignore. His influence extended well beyond the runway — during his time at Vogue, he was a rare Black editor in a largely white industry, and also a major figure in the LGBTQ+ community. In this episode of It's Been A Minute, host Sam Sanders discusses Talley's influence an…
 
In Florida and Virginia, Governors Ron DeSantis and Glenn Youngkin are bolstering the right of parents to defy school mask mandates. While some parents are celebrating, others are filing lawsuits opposing the policies that make mask-wearing in schools optional. There are a lot of opinions about how schools should be run during the pandemic, but som…
 
The pandemic has led to a huge rise in online shopping. And record spending from last year means record returns. But what happens to the items we send back is often a mystery. NPR correspondent Alina Selyukh reports on the like hood of an unwanted holiday gift making it into another customers hands. And Alexi Horowitz-Ghazi of NPR's Planet Money po…
 
The UK Government has published proposals to ban 'gay conversion therapy'. Should such a law be welcomed by churches as a protection for LGBT+ people, or a cause for concern at the potential criminalisation of prayer? Peter Lynas of the UK Evangelical Alliance and Jayne Ozanne of the Ban Conversion Therapy coalition debate the proposed legislation.…
 
Neuromonitoring is considered a crucial and fundamental process to monitor patients in critical care settings. In this podcast, ESICM NEXT member Denise Battagliani interviews Chiara Robba on the ultimate findings regarding neuromonitoring, including: basics of neuromonitoring research; indications for neuromonitoring of patients who do (not) suffe…
 
Today marks one year since President Joe Biden took office. His most immediate challenge was the pandemic, but he also promised action on climate, racial equity, and infrastructure. One year later, NPR correspondents Kelsey Snell and Tamara Keith take stock of Biden's accomplishments and shortfalls. In participating regions, you'll also hear a loca…
 
Federal data released last week showed more than 101,000 Americans died of drug overdoses in a one-year period. This was partly due to the pandemic and disruptions to treatment, as well as a surge in methamphetamine and fentanyl use. But there is some positive news. A recent study on recovery success, co-authored by Dr. David Eddie, shows that thre…
 
In the ICU, medical staff do all they can to assist patients and get them back to health as quickly as possible. In the process of saving lives, bedside manner and communication may suffer. Host Elizabeth H. Mack, MD, MS, FCCM, is joined by Lauren Rissman, MD, to discuss the eye-opening experience Dr. Rissman had when she was admitted to the ICU fr…
 
Systemic corticosteroids decrease mortality in critically ill patients with COVID-19, and the World Health Organization, therefore, recommends dexamethasone 6 mg daily for up to 10 days for patients with severe or critical COVID-19. In addition, higher doses of systemic corticosteroids have been used in patients with COVID-19 and non-COVID-19 acute…
 
During his time in office, former President Donald Trump embraced a Christian nationalist stance; the idea that the U.S. is a Christian country and should enforce those beliefs. Now, despite being out of office for nearly a year, those beliefs continue to spread. NPR correspondent John Burnett reports on the growing movement of Christian nationalis…
 
First broadcast in Oct 2011. Peter J Williams the Warden of Tyndale House, Cambridge and a first class scholar of both Old and New Testament, responded to non-Christian listeners' sceptical questions on the Old Testament. More Resources: • For exclusive resources and to support us: USA: http://www.premierinsight.org/unbelievableshow Rest of the Wor…
 
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More people are hospitalized with COVID than at any point in the pandemic. But the omicron variant is also causing more Americans to tune out the pandemic and turn away from public health measures right when they're needed most. NPR's Yuki Noguchi reports. Even some vaccinated and boosted Americans are ready to move on from COVID, writes Derek Thom…
 
Americans' trust in both their government and in each other is declining. That's according to the Pew Research Center, who have been collecting this data for decades. Researchers Bradley Jones and Katerina Eva Matsa discuss how and why Americans are losing trust in two critical institutions: elections and news media. Then, Eric Liu, the co-founder …
 
Secretary of State Antony Blinken says the U.S. is planning "things that we have not done in the past" if Russia invades Ukraine. His comments follow days of diplomatic talks and a deadlock on resolving the crisis brewing along the Ukraine-Russia border, where Russia has massed 100,000 troops with tanks and artillery. Blinken speaks to NPR's Mary L…
 
Dr. Jon Rosenberg interviews Dr. Schjørring on his recent article, “Lower or Higher Oxygenation Targets for Acute Hypoxemic Respiratory Failure.” NCS offers free CE credits for the NCS Podcast Series episodes. Listen to any of the posted episodes, complete a five question survey, and claim your credits here! Credits are available for physicians, ph…
 
'Extraordinary claims require extraordinary evidence' is often used as a maxim by skeptics against modern miracle claims and Biblical miracles. Christian apologist Jonathan McLatchie and atheist blogger Jonathan Pearce debate the 'prior probabilities' involved in miracle claims and the evidence for the resurrection. For Talk About Doubts: https://t…
 
The men on death row in Allan B. Polunsky Unit, a maximum security prison in southeastern Texas, spend most of their time in solitary confinement, isolated from each other. Now, a prison radio station is giving them a sense of community and a way to be heard. Keri Blakinger talks about how it started and the impact it's had. Read her piece "The Pri…
 
Since the publication of the Surviving Sepsis Campaign guidelines, the focus has been on sepsis management, early identification, and treatment. (Evans L, et al. Crit Care Med. 2021;49:e1063-e1143). As more patients are surviving sepsis, they may be left with short- and long-term problems that need to be addressed. Host Ludwig H. Lin, MD, is joined…
 
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