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Concise summaries of everything published in the latest weekly issue of the New England Journal of Medicine (NEJM). NEJM publishes new medical research findings, review articles, and editorial opinion on topics of importance to biomedical science and clinical practice.
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NEJM AI Grand Rounds, hosted by Arjun (Raj) Manrai, Ph.D. and Andrew Beam, Ph.D., features informal conversations with a variety of unique experts exploring the deep issues at the intersection of artificial intelligence, machine learning, and medicine. You’ll learn how AI will change clinical practice and healthcare, how it will impact the patient experience, and about the people who are pushing for innovation. Whether you are an AI researcher or a practicing clinician, these conversations w ...
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Insightful conversations with leading experts in the field of health care, medical research, policy, and more from the New England Journal of Medicine (NEJM). Each episode examines the many complexities found at the junction of medicine and society.
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This podcast from NEJM Resident 360 takes a deep dive into key topics with expert clinicians and educators. As we explore the details of pathophysiology and critique the evidence behind clinical practice, these conversations are intended to give you better understanding of the topic and greater confidence when treating your patients.
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This podcast from NEJM Catalyst features interviews with leaders in health care as they discuss innovative ideas and actionable solutions for enhancing the value of health care delivery, providing perspectives on what's working in the industry, what's not, and why.
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DrugPatentWatch serves leading companies ranging from biopharmaceutical R&D to healthcare delivery, and has been cited by CNN, NEJM, Nature Journals, and many other leading publications. Use cases for the DrugPatentWatch platform include: - Branded pharmaceutical global business intelligence and forecasting - Generic drug and API manufacturer portfolio management - Wholesalers preventing overstock of off-patent drugs - Healthcare payer formulary management and budget management
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Plenary Session

Vinay Prasad, MD MPH

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A podcast on medicine, oncology, & health policy. Host: Vinay Prasad, MD MPH from University of California San Francisco. Tweet your feedback to @Plenary_Session or e-mail plenarysessionpodcast@gmail.com
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MedPod Today is a podcast from MedPage Today where leading healthcare professionals and our seasoned reporters discuss the latest news and trends in the medical world. The podcast will feature diverse content, from our poignant medical story-telling show, Anamnesis, to reporter roundtables where our writers dive deeper into some of our most compelling healthcare stories. The podcast will also spotlight clinician conversations with our Editor-In-Chief, Jeremy Faust, MD.
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Two critical care guys walk into a recording studio and breakdown intensive care trials both old and new! We'll also do deep dives on specific topics important to practicing intensive care medicine and have special guests talking about their area of expertise! This podcast is made for educational purposes. The content provided in this podcast, and in any linked materials, is not intended and should not be construed as medical advice and should not be used to diagnose or treat any medical con ...
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On Becoming a Healer

Saul J. Weiner and Stefan Kertesz

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Doctors and other health care professionals are too often socialized and pressured to become “efficient task completers” rather than healers, which leads to unengaged and unimaginative medical practice, burnout, and diminished quality of care. It doesn’t have to be that way. With a range of thoughtful guests, co-hosts Saul Weiner MD and Stefan Kertesz MD MS, interrogate the culture and context in which clinicians are trained and practice for their implications for patient care and clinician ...
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Eric Rubin is the Editor-in-Chief of the Journal. Lindsey Baden is a Deputy Editor of the Journal. Demetre Daskalakis is the Director of the CDC’s National Center for Immunization and Respiratory Diseases. Hilary Marston is the Chief Medical Officer of the Food and Drug Administration. Stephen Morrissey, the interviewer, is the Executive Managing E…
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We're live from ATS! We decide to format our episode after the NEJM/JAMA/ATS combined session and talk about the articles presented there. Some of them we've talked about before but provide new insights from listeners and questions from the audience. Some of them are new and we provide our thoughts from the presentations (not enough time to fully r…
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Featuring articles on andexanet and factor Xa inhibitor–associated hemorrhage, perioperative nivolumab in resectable lung cancer, olezarsen for familial chylomicronemia syndrome, and olezarsen for hypertriglyceridemia; a review article on climate change, extreme heat, and health; a case report of a woman with worsening rash; and Perspective article…
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In this episode of the NEJM AI Grand Rounds podcast, Dr. Nigam Shah, a distinguished Professor of Medicine at Stanford University and inaugural Chief Data Scientist for Stanford Health Care, shares his journey from training as a doctor in India to becoming a leading figure in biomedical informatics in the United States. He discusses the transformat…
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MedPod Today: the podcast series where MedPage Today reporters share deeper insight into the week's biggest healthcare stories. This week, MedPage Today reporters discus H5N1 updates, including testing, vaccines, and antivirals, as well as a case that could change whether emergency departments can offer abortions and NEJM's rolled back embargo poli…
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Previous Next Time Stamps 01:56 Pearl 1: Mechanism of checkpoint inhibitors and their adverse events 07:15 Pearl 2: Organ systems affected by IRAEs 13:42 Pearl 3: Timeline of IRAEs 22:20 Pearl 4: Factors which increase susceptibility 26:38 Pearl 5: Complementary medicine Show Notes Pearl 1: What are the mechanisms and adverse events of checkpoint i…
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How do immune checkpoint inhibitors work? (01:56) How do you organize the different immune-related adverse events (irAEs)? (07:15) Generally, when do different adverse events can present? (13:42) What makes someone more likely to develop an adverse effect? (22:20) What role does complementary & alternative medicine play in this patient population? …
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In his book, The Present Illness, American Health Care and Its Afflictions, physician and historian Martin Shapiro, MD, PhD, MPH presents a scathing critique of a profession suffused with status, money, and power. At the same time, he also describes many deeply caring and rewarding patient care experiences, his own and those of colleagues. But thes…
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Eric Rubin is the Editor-in-Chief of the Journal. Lindsey Baden is a Deputy Editor of the Journal. Jeanne Marrazzo is the director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases. Arnold Monto is emeritus professor of public health at the University of Michigan. Stephen Morrissey, the interviewer, is the Executive Managing Editor of th…
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MedPod Today: the podcast series where MedPage Today reporters share deeper insight into the week's biggest healthcare stories. This week, MedPage Today reporters discus RFK Jr.'s brain worm and creaky, strained voice, as well as how the doctor who said COVID vaccines could magnetize people got her license back and some medical tourism stem cell sh…
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Alicia Fernandez is a professor of medicine at the University of California, San Francisco. Stephen Morrissey, the interviewer, is the Executive Managing Editor of the Journal. A. Fernandez and M.H. Chin. Keep Your Eyes on the Prize — Focusing on Health Care Equity. N Engl J Med 2024;390:1733-1736.
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Time Stamps 02:05 Pearl 1: Make sure the renal dysfunction is not from something else 08:47 Pearl 2: Practical tidbits on loop diuretics 18:08 Pearl 3: Assessing diuretic response 27:35 Pearl 4: Approaching diuretic resistance 35:08 Pearl 5: Don’t be afraid of medical therapy because of CKD CME-MOC Get CME-MOC credit with ACP! Sponsor: Freed is an …
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Urinalysis in a patient with AKI from purely cardiorenal syndrome? (~02:05) What is bioavailability, duration of action, and outcomes with furosemide, torsemide, and bumetanide? (~08:47) How can spot urine sodium measurements be used to assess diuretic response? (~18:08) What are the differences between thiazides (PO Metolazone vs. IV Chlorothiazid…
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Joshua Sharfstein is distinguished professor of the practice in health policy and management at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. Stephen Morrissey, the interviewer, is the Executive Managing Editor of the Journal. J.M. Sharfstein and L.O. Gostin. The Public Good on the Docket — The Supreme Court’s Evolving Approach to Public Hea…
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Featuring articles on gene editing in severe sickle cell disease and in transfusion-dependent β-thalassemia, thrombectomy for stroke with a large infarct, and recombinant ADAMTS13 in life-threatening immune thrombotic thrombocytopenic purpura; a review article on taste physiology; a case report of a woman with back pain, leg stiffness, and falls; a…
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Episode 37! In this episode we talk about glycemic control in the ICU. We liked the flipped script and so we're again going old article first. NICE-SUGAR or "Intensive versus conventional glucose control in critically ill patients" was published in NEJM 2009 and then we talk about TGC-Fast or "Tight Blood-Glucose Control without Early Parenteral Nu…
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Featuring articles on a monoclonal antibody to prevent malaria, apolipoprotein A1 and outcomes after myocardial infarction, transcatheter or surgical treatment of aortic-valve stenosis, and recombinant ADAMTS13 in congenital thrombotic thrombocytopenic purpura; a review article on cryptococcal disease in diverse hosts; a Clinical Problem-Solving on…
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Kevin Schulman is a professor of medicine at the Stanford University School of Medicine. Stephen Morrissey, the interviewer, is the Executive Managing Editor of the Journal. K. Schulman and B. Richman. Hospital Consolidation and Physician Unionization. N Engl J Med 2024;390:1445-1447.
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Featuring articles on empagliflozin after acute myocardial infarction, CD7 CAR T cells with allogeneic stem-cell transplantation, FFR-guided complete revascularization for STEMI, and nutrition for moderate-to-late preterm infants; a review article on age-related hearing loss; a case report of a man with leg weakness; and Perspective articles on hos…
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Time Stamps 02:05 Pearl 1 – Rhythm control 11:23 Pearl 2 – Electrical cardioversion 17:53 Pearl 3 – Class III antiarrhythmics and side effects 26:31 Pearl 4 – Class Ic antiarrhythmics and side effects 31:55 Pearl 5 – Catheter ablation CME-MOC Get CME-MOC credit with ACP! Show Notes Pearl 1: What are the benefits of early rhythm control versus rate …
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What are the benefits of early rhythm control versus rate control alone? When is electrical cardioversion used and what information can it tell us? What side effects for amiodarone, dofetilide, and sotalol, propafenone and flecainide? When should catheter ablation be considered in patients with atrial fibrillation? Time stamps: 02:05 Pearl 1 - Rhyt…
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Episode 36! In this episode we talk about tranexamic acid in GI bleeds. We flip the script a little bit and talk about our OLD article first, HALT-IT or "Tranexamic acid in upper gastrointestinal bleed in patients with cirrhosis: A randomized controlled trial" published in Lancet in 2020. This sets the stage for our new trial "Tranexamic acid in up…
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MedPod Today: the podcast series where MedPage Today reporters share deeper insight into the week's biggest healthcare stories. This week, MedPage Today reporters dive deep into the world of for-profit nursing programs based on MedPage Today reporter Shannon Firth's series "What's the Matter With For-Profit Nursing Programs?" Here's part one (conte…
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MedPod Today: the podcast series where MedPage Today reporters share deeper insight into the week's biggest healthcare stories. This week, MedPage Today reporters dive deep into the world of for-profit nursing programs based on MedPage Today reporter Shannon Firth's series "What's the Matter With For-Profit Nursing Programs?" Here's part one (conte…
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In this episode of Curbside Consults, Dr. Andrew Dwyer, Director of Psychometrics at the American Board of Pediatrics (ABP), joins Mridula Nadamuni, former editorial fellow, to discuss the process of creating and administering pediatric board examinations. Andy Dwyer holds a PhD in educational psychology and an MS in statistics from the University …
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Stephanie Fullerton is a professor in the Department of Bioethics and Humanities at the University of Washington School of Medicine. Stephen Morrissey, the interviewer, is the Executive Managing Editor of the Journal. S.M. Fullerton and K.B. Brothers. Expanding Applications of Clinical Genetic Testing — Ethical Challenges. N Engl J Med 2024;390:134…
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