Best mpatient podcasts we could find (Updated May 2018)
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Myeloma Crowd Radio brings you patient-led interviews of the world's top multiple myeloma researchers. Call in live at showtime to (347) 637-2631 ask questions and to learn about the latest innovation in simple terms patients can understand.
For your practice to stand out, scoring the top spot on Google for your most-desired niches isn’t enough.
A non-fiction medical drama through the eyes of the patient. Join us as we dive into the world of patient safety, where medicine, design, and politics meet, and everything we think about modern healthcare is thrown into question.
Are you living with a chronic illness? Do you feel alone and isolated? You are not alone. The Patient Activation Network Podcast was created by patients for patients to inspire real change in healthcare. Patient Activation is defined as a patient's knowledge, skills, ability, and willingness to manage his or her own health and care. When a patient becomes activated in their own care the patient experience is better overall. This podcast will share real stories about health from the lens of t ...
Empowered Patient Podcast with Karen Jagoda is a window into the latest innovations in digital health, the changing dynamic between doctors and patients, the emergence of personalized medicine, aging in place, wearables and sensors, clinical trials and advances in clinical research, payer trends, transparency in the medical marketplace and challenges for connected health entrepreneurs. This show continues to evolve driven by the convergence of a diverse array of industries.
The mission of The Voice of the Patient is simple: To change lives, that is, to improve the quality of the lives we touch by improving healthcare through not only hearing, but truly listening to the voice of the patient.
Bad Patient
Malpractice makes perfect! Two non-medical non-experts dive into today's health news. Connect with us via Twitter @thebadpatient or by emailing story ideas and health questions to
Being Patient
Being Patient's founder Deborah Kan resigned from her job as Executive Producer at the Wall Street Journal to redesign reporting on health, after her mother was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease. In the Being Patient Podcast, we examine the latest research on the prevention, treatment and care of the disease from the patient’s point of view. We give patients and carers the tools to map the landscape of the disease and go straight to the expert community to get the answers they want to know. ...
Founded in 1863, Hospital for Special Surgery (HSS) is a world leader in orthopedics, rheumatology and rehabilitation. HSS is nationally ranked No. 1 in orthopedics and No. 3 in rheumatology by US.News & World Report (2014-15), and is the first hospital in New York State to receive Magnet Recognition for Excellence in Nursing Service from the American Nurses Credentialing Center three consecutive times. Hospital for Special Surgery is located in New York City and online at
Glidewell Laboratories offers free dental presentations that educate patients on the benefits of procedures and products most commonly recommended by dentists.
Optimal care for depression should involve regular assessment of symptom resolution, treatment adherence, and tolerability. In this podcast, listen to experts discuss difficult cases and how they were resolved. This CME podcast series is supported by an educational grant from Takeda Pharmaceuticals International, Inc., U.S. Region and Takeda. The faculty for this CME activity and the CME Institute staff were asked to complete a statement regarding all relevant personal and financial relation ...
TNA The Facial Pain Association's Young Patients Committee presents a monthly chat, featuring information on young people diagnosed with facial pain. The show hosts are all neuropathic facial pain patients under the age of 40.
Patient Safety
Featuring one-on-one interviews conducted by Dr Neil Love, this program is designed to assist oncology clinicians with the evidence-based formulation of lung cancer treatment algorithms and provide access to patient perspectives that may facilitate the delivery of high-quality empathetic care.
New and emerging strategies for diagnosing rheumatoid arthritis (RA) are continually being explored in research, and many show promising and effective application for real-world clinical practice. To facilitate diagnosis and therefore early treatment of the disease, clinicians should be aware of validated assessment tools, which can be effectively applied in real-world practice settings. Further, monitoring of disease activity and progression using an outcome measure is a valuable and import ...
Interviews with authors of articles from JAMA Surgery. JAMA Surgery is an international peer-reviewed journal that promotes the art and science of surgery by publishing relevant peer-reviewed research to assist the surgeon in optimizing patient care. JAMA Surgery also serves as a forum for the discussion of issues pertinent to surgery, such as the education and training of the surgical workforce, quality improvement, and the ethics and economics of healthcare delivery.
In 2010 Joel and his girlfriend moved from Sydney to Berlin. After a month she left him and flew back home to be with a tattooed barista who was in a band. To try and win her back, he sent her over 90 minutes of audio recordings that contained horrendous anecdotes, Hollywood cliches and he even passed off Pearl Jam lyrics as his own.He recently found these files and instead of hiding the shame, he sat down with some friends, comedians and a therapist to analyse the lies, depression and despe ...
Marketing advice and inspiration for modern wellness, business and entrepreneurial professionals Will Work 4 Patients (WW4P) is a free chiropractic marketing, practice and business growth podcast by artist, speaker and coach, Frank Sardella, a 2-decade veteran advocate of chiropractic, alternative medicine and wellness care. Frank has also gotten thousands to take their next step toward wellness. Join Frank and special guests as they discuss ideas advice, motivation and inspiration to keep u ...
Interviews with authors of articles from JAMA Oncology. JAMA Oncology is the definitive journal for scientists, clinicians, and trainees in the field of oncology worldwide. Our original, innovative, and timely scientific and educational content provides a deeper understanding of cancer pathogenesis and recent treatment advances for our readers. JAMA Oncology aims to effectively convey the findings of important clinical research, major scientific breakthroughs, actionable discoveries, and sta ...
Rare Genomics Institute RareShare Ask the Expert:Podcast Series, Disease Specific Q&A Sessions, For feedbacks contact, Scientific Director, Rare Genomics Institute: Deepa Kushwaha, (Music credit:
Be Patient, Be Present, Be Joyful is a weekly audio blog based on the life experience of Ryan Stanley. Ryan is a Life Long Entrepreneur with a Strong Background in Professional Life, Business and Internal Coaching. He's also a Husband and Father of 2 Boys, Screenwriter, Author and Phish Fan.
The content of these FREE online archives were derived from a live webcast series for patients, family members, and caregivers of people living with IBD.
Neurology Today talks with Dr. Melissa Ko about the importance of advocacy for the benefit of both neurological patients and also the specialty itself.
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The content of these FREE online archives were derived from a live webcast series for patients, family members, and caregivers of people living with IBD.
Tune in and listen to “e-Patient” Dave deBronkart share what we all need to know to get the best medical care without going broke or getting killed in the process. Listening will lead you down a path of becoming an “e-patient” yourself. An “e-patient” is someone who is empowered, engaged, equipped, and able, who never expected the system to do everything but thinks and acts like a responsible independent person.
The Journal of the American College of Cardiology, which has achieved #1 in Impact Factor among all cardiovascular journals worldwide for the past 4 years, also maintains an international reputation for excellence. Each week, the Journal publishes free audio summaries recorded by its renowned Editor-in-Chief Valentin Fuster, M.D., Ph.D. In these recordings, Dr. Fuster provides an overview of the weekly edition, as well as summarizes each paper published in the Journal. To stay updated on the ...
Anime Patient Zero
Simon hasn't really watched any anime before. Sam has. Simon made the mistake of expressing the slightest interest. Sam is going to experiment on him now.
Patient Listening is a pod cast service of Marshfield Clinic designed to give patients information about services and programs offered at Marshfield Clinic centers throughout Wisconsin. Topics range from support group meeting schedules to meeting the specialized doctors of Marshfield Clinic to hear them speak about the latest procedures they offer.
Where kick-ass patients tell honest, raw stories. Patients have voices, and their voices are power. Special thanks to our friends Play By Numbers for letting us use their track "Asphalt"!
Podcast for health care professionals at all levels
The #1 Marketing Podcast for Therapists, Counsellors, Social Workers and Licensed Service Providers
On the last Thursday of each month the PCPCC hosts its Monthly National Briefing, a public teleconference where members, partners, and medical home advocates can join in the conversation to learn more about trends, innovations, partnerships, and advancements in the medical home sector. The calls feature a brief presentation from one or more experts in the primary care and medical home field to discuss the latest research or best practices in the areas of care delivery transformation, payment ...
TeleTracking is pleased to bring you Patient Flow Podcast - insightful conversations with the leading experts in patient flow and a focus on the best practices that drive successful outcomes—helping ensure patients across the healthcare continuum get the right care, in the right place, at the right time.TeleTracking's mission is to optimize health system operations by providing solutions and services that enable the highest quality of care delivery, optimize care coordination to enhance pati ...
Welcome to Cushing's Help and Support. Mary O'Connor (MaryO) is the founder of . This site provides information, support, RSS feedsnews, and education for people with Cushing's (aka Cushies) or other endocrine problems, their friends and families. Cushing's syndrome is a hormonal disorder caused by prolonged exposure of the body's tissues to high levels of cortisol. This website also deals with Thyroid Disorders, Addison's Disease, Adrenal Disorders, Cushing's Sy ...
I am a lone survivor in an apocalypse caused by a rabies vaccine. I found this old radio in the bunker where I am in and thought I would use it to see if anyone can hear me, to see if anyone is alive.
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Genetics isn’t always black and white. And the emotions and decisions surrounding genetic testing can be even more complex. Hosted by genetic counselor Eleanor Griffith, the show brings you the personal experiences of patients and genetic counselors.
In today's healthcare world, providers working to meet all the needs necessary to exist in it effectively has increased significantly. There are many that are not just surviving, but thriving because they are all remembering "It's All About the Patient!" This is our story of how we are embracing these changes and centering all our activities around our Commitment to Excellence (where we our employees feel valued, our doctors are able to provide the excellence care they want to provide, and o ...
A doctor-approved resource on brain health for people with neurologic disorders and their caregivers.
For patients with major depressive disorder (MDD), durable remission—both in terms of symptom control and functional ability—is the penultimate therapeutic goal.(1) Striving for attainment of this goal is paramount. It means that clinicians must be outfitted with tools and strategies and must know how to use them in a manner that balances optimal efficacy with safety and tolerability.
If you are a patient educator, THIS IS THE PODCAST YOU SHOULD BE LISTENING TO!
Drs. Bradley Monk and Robert Coleman examine practical issues to consider in managing toxicities associated with antiangiogenic agents: dealing with side effects of first-line versus palliative treatment, the possibility of dose reduction to alleviate toxicities, risk factors for catastrophic side effects such as RPLS and GI perforation, and whether patients with serious side effects can be re-treated when these events have resolved. They also address the role of sensitivity tests and molecu ...
Librivox volunteers bring you eight different readings of Walt Whitman’s A Noiseless Patient Spider, a weekly poetry project. (Summary by Annie Coleman)
Interviews with Scholars of Medicine about their New Book
Changes in spleen size in patients with acute ischemic stroke
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Welcome to the Investing for Beginners podcast. In today’s session we talk to Steve from England! Our little podcast is international, and we discuss some great topics. Our main focus is on investing metrics and how they are a guideline and not a blueprint for your investing success. How much to allocate to different […] The post IFB14: Why Inv ...…
Professor Peter O’Sullivan is among the top 3 most popular physiotherapy voices on podcasts and here he focuses on myths and harmful beliefs about back pain. He takes a swing at clinicians who rely excessively on imaging findings to attempt to explain the source of pain. He shares the story of a clinician who told a patient his spine was ‘shred ...…
Collis Ta’eed is CEO and co-founder of Envato. The business operates a number of global platforms where designers, developers and the general public can buy templates, stock footage and stock photos. Envato was founded in 2006, and has grown to a profitable 300 person organisation with fantastic fundamentals. As Collis talks about, the business ...…
Somehow I knew this day would come. LWE was just finding its footing in the dance music press when I first met Jason Garden in 2008. We were both still on the outside of Chicago’s dance scene looking in. But when I first heard the Kansas native’s early productions and saw him spin at a small afterparty on Chicago’s west side, I had the sense so ...…
Join us for the first show of 2015 with a review of the ASH conference's most important topics with Dr. Robert Orlowski, MD, PhD, University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center. The mPatient Myeloma Radio show change its name to Myeloma Crowd Radio beginning January of 2015. Follow us on Twitter @myelomacrowd or on Facebook at ...…
The guidelines for myeloma treatment are changing to allow earlier treatment, even without some of the typical symptoms or disease damage. The goal is to treat earlier and prevent severe damage that myeloma causes. Learn more about these new guidelines from Dr. Vincent Rajkumar, MD of the Mayo Clinic on this very important show.…
When patients harvest stem cells in preparation for autologous transplant, can they be "cleaned up" or can all residual myeloma cells be completely removed before they are given back during transplant? Learn how Dr. Eric Bartee, MD, PhD of the Medical University of South Carolina is using a virus to do just that.…
Dr. Irene Ghobrial, MD, PhD of the Dana Farber Cancer Institute joins us to explain her recent discovery of a compound that can prevent myeloma from spreading into the bone, protecting patients from one of the most damaging effects of the blood cancer. Join us to learn more about this very exciting discovery.…
Join us as we talk with renown myeloma expert Dr. Jesus San Miguel of the University Hospital of Salamanca about high risk myeloma, recent findings of the International Myeloma Working Group and his work on minimal residual disease.
Learn from Dr. Larry Kwak, MD, PhD about the latest in immunotherapy; specifically for vaccine use in myeloma. Dr. Kwak was noted on the 2010 Time list of Most Influential People for his vaccine work in lymphoma. As Professor and Chair of the Department of Lymphoma and Myeloma at the University of Texas M.D. Anderson Cancer center, he has 20+ y ...…
Join us as we talk with Dr. Sarah Holstein, MD, PhD of the Roswell Park Cancer Institute about her work to outsmart myeloma resistance and her work to target the bone marrow microenvironment via a variety of pathways.
Join us as we talk with Dr. Jay Bradner, MD of the Bradner Lab, Dana Farber Cancer Institute and Harvard Medical School. Dr. Bradner focuses his research on the use of chemical biology to target gene regulatory pathways. Specifically, Dr. Bradner is working to develop a MYC inhibitor for myeloma. MYC is the most common translocation to be found ...…
Our August On-Air Myeloma Support Group is discussing ways that patients and caregivers can help boost myeloma research. We have Pat Killingsworth lead the meeting with our guest for the month, Jenny Ahlstrom. Jenny Ahlstrom was diagnosed with multiple myeloma in 2010. After treatment, she wanted to be prepared with a plan of action in case of ...…
Do all multiple myeloma patients need continuous maintenance therapy? Join us as we talk with Dr. Antonio Palumbo, MD on mPatient Myeloma Radio about the recent data to suggest that this may be the case.
Join us as we talk with Dr. Saad Usmani, MD about his new position as Director of Clinical Research for Hematologic Malignancies and Director of Plasma Cell Disorders at the Levine Cancer Institute and his clinical trials for high-risk myeloma patients. Dr. Usmani was formerly at UAMS.
Hear from Dr. Brendan Weiss, MD from the Abramson Cancer Center at the University of Pennsylvania about the indicators and factors that can MGUS progression to myeloma and a host of immunotherapy approaches that are up-and-coming both in the lab and clinic. He will also share his work on the bone marrow environment, how obesity impacts transpla ...…
Join us as we talk in detail about the recent announcement by the Mayo Clinic on Dr. Stephen Russell, MD, PhD's success in using the measles vaccine to halt myeloma growth. This major announcement was made earlier this week and patients want to know more. Dr. Russell will describe the long road to use vaccines to treat cancer, how that work was ...…
Join us as we talk with Dr. Paul Richardson about why and when patients should join a multiple myeloma clinical trial. As a leader in very large myeloma clinical trials, Dr. Richardson will share studies that are moving the bar in myeloma care.
Join us as we talk Dr. Pieter Sonneveld, MD, PhD, who is the Chairman of the European Myeloma Network and Chairman of the HOVON Foundation about advances in myeloma in Europe and throughout the world.
Join us as we talk with myeloma genetics expert Dr. Walter Kuehl, MD, PhD of the National Cancer Institute about the progress being made in segmenting and targeting specific approaches for myeloma. Dr. Kuehl has completed deep research on the various pathways affected by these myeloma "subtypes."
Join us as we speak with Dr. Vincent Rajkumar, MD of the Mayo Clinic about obesity and race in multiple myeloma.
Join us as we talk with Dr. Jonathan Licht of the Robert H. Lurie Comprehensive Cancer Center and Northwestern University about high risk myeloma.
Join us as we talk with Dr. Aaron Rapoport, MD of the University of Maryland Greenbaum Cancer Center about his vaccine approaches and T-cell research in myeloma.
Join us as we talk with Dr. Robert Z. Orlowski, MD, PhD of MD Anderson Cancer about immunotherapies and the latest in his myeloma research.
Join us as we talk with Dr. Leif Bergsagel about his research to subdivide myeloma by genetic type and apply different therapy approaches to these unique variations of myeloma.
Learn why myeloma is so genetically complicated and the implications this has for personalized medicine in myeloma. Dr. Lohr, MD, PhD of the Dana Farber Cancer Institute and BROAD Institue recently published an article in Cancer Cell describing the complexity and what it means for myeloma patients.
Listen as we talk with Dr. Phillip McCarthy of the Roswell Park Cancer Institute about his work in immunotherapy, transplantation and myeloma care.
Join us as we talk with Dr. Damian Green about radiation, radioimmunotherapy and how progress is being made for high-risk patients in myeloma treatment today.
Join us as we talk with Dr. ParameswaranHari, MD, MRCP, MS, about transplants, his latest myeloma research and open clinical trials. Dr. Hari is the Armand Quick-William Stapp Professor of Hematology, Section Head of Hematological Malignancies and the Director of the Adult Blood and Marrow Transplant Program at the Medical College of Wisconsin.…
Join us as we talk with Dr. Noopur Raje, MD of Massachusetts General Hospital about the research she performs in the Raje Lab to study how the bone marrow environment affects myeloma growth.
Join us as we talk with Dr. Jatin Shah about his many open mutliple myeloma clinical trials at MD Anderson. With a wave of new approaches just presented at ASH, Dr. Shah discusses the wide variety of clinical trial offerings for myeloma patients (from newly diagnosed to relapsed or refractory) that include the use of monoclonal antibodies and o ...…
What do your lab results mean and how can you learn more about your specific type of multiple myeloma? Dr. Michael J. Misialek, MD tells us that we have a pathologist that is ready and waiting to help you understand your disease.
Join us as we speak with Dr. Gareth Morgan from the Institute of Cancer Research as we discuss how we can get to personalized medicine in multiple myeloma.
Join us to discuss with Dr. Rodger Tiedemann of the Ontario Cancer Institute and the Princess Margaret Hospitel his latest discovery about why myeloma keeps returning even after stem cell and combination therapy.
Listen to cytogenetics and genomics expert Dr. Rafael Fonseca, MD of the Mayo Clinic in Scottsdale share the latest in his myeloma research and his open clinical trials.
Hear myeloma expert Dr. Frits van Rhee, MD, PhD from the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences discuss the latest research in Total Therapy and open clinical trials at UAMS.
Listen to Dr. Shaji Kumar, MD of the Mayo Clinic in Rochester as he describes how all myeloma was once MGUS, how new inhibitors (like CDK and HDAC) work, and his study of how cytogenetics impacts disease progression.
Listen to our next show with Dr. Sergio Giralt of the Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center to hear about his deep expertise in transplantation and his latest trials including the use of a vaccine in combination with transplant and a gene-targeted approach using cabozantinib.
Listen to Dr. Craig Crews of the Crews Laboratory at Yale University describe how a drug begins as an idea and becomes a real myeloma therapy used in the clinic. He shares his story of the discovery and development of the drug carfilzomib (Kyprolis).
This week on mPatient Myeloma Radio we welcome Dr. James Berenson of the Institute for Myeloma & Bone Cancer Research (IMBCR) to discuss the latest in his research and his open clinical trials.
This week on mPatient Myeloma Radio, we welcome Dr. William Bensinger of the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center to discuss his research and many trials including a Kyprolis trial. With the recent announcement of Amgen's purchase of Onyx, we will be asking how we can continue to fast-track drug development for multiple myeloma.…
This week on mPatient Myeloma Radio, we welcome Dr. Don Benson of The James Comprehensive Cancer Center at Ohio State University back to discuss his research in nk cells, immunotherapy, and an upcoming PD-1 trial.
This week on mPatient Myeloma Radio, listen to Dr. Robert A. Kyle, a pioneer in myeloma research, as he gives us perspective on the history of "Innovation in Myeloma" and his lengthy research as the first to identify MGUS and smoldering myeloma.
This week on mPatient Myeloma Radio, listen to Dr. Landgren as we discuss his research in new therapies for myeloma in its precursor states (MGUS and smoldering), molecular profiling of myeloma and why it is important in predicting progression, and his related research with myeloma and the immune system.…
This week on mPatient Myeloma Radio, listen to the first in a two-part series with Dr. Benson as he gives us a primer in clinical trials. Because only 5% of myeloma patients participate in clinical trials, we want you to know all about them so you can understand why you would want to enroll, how they are staged, who funds them and what you can ...…
This week on mPatient Myeloma Radio, listen to Dr. Guido Tricot discuss his latest research and open clinical trials.
This week on mPatient Myeloma Radio, listen to myeloma pioneer Dr. Robert Z. Orlowski discuss his latest research and open clinical trials in our first patient internet radio interview.
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