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CEimpact Podcast: The CEimpact Podcast has 3 shows to help your practice 3 ways GameChangers: pharmacotherapy knowledge (CE available with membership!). Precept2Practice: preceptor best practices. Level Up: practice and business advancement. New episodes are released weekly! Listen in and learn every week.
 
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Just two best friends talking about the show we love - Survivor. Join David and Dwaine each week as they discuss the latest episode of Survivor and as they read, listen to and discuss listener feedback (yes, we discuss your feedback as well). Facebook group http://www.facebook.com/groups/SurvivorTalk Thank you so much for listening. David & Dwaine
 
A podcast for the massage therapy and spa industry. This show takes a different spin and is a weekly show that will discuss such topics as setting up a business on a budget, time management and how to grow your business. We will also have interviews from successful entrepreneurs who will share their challenges and successes. The question is - are you ready to game change your business?
 
Tah and Kole Whitty are supporting the new wave of human evolution for Austin's optimization and wellness obsessed entrepreneurs for global change. If you love Rob Dial, Mike Dillard, Baba Kilindi Iyi, Aubrey Marcus, Tim Ferris, power plants, bio hacking, epic trips and next level transformational experiences, Mentor In The Mirror will massage your pre-frontal cortex. Co-Founders of The Psychedelic Space Program, Tah and Kole Whitty bring somatic awareness, 25 years of emergency medicine, 17 ...
 
Welcome to The Future of Education Podcast brought to you by Education Energy! Education Energy is a revolution, where a team of social entrepreneurs, forward thinking futurists, mad scientists, and game changing designers have come together to recreate the education system! We studied the education system using the scientific method and made a break through discovery- The problem is not the system, but rather the way we use it! Now, Education Energy, is on a mission to share a tool that wil ...
 
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Two oral therapies for COVID-19 were recently approved. Listen in as we discuss who is eligible to receive them, their efficacy, and what this means for the future of COVID-19 treatment. Guest: Patrick Kinn, PharmD, MPH, BCPS Clinical Pharmacy Specialist - Infectious Disease University of Iowa Health Care John A. Galdo, PharmD, MBA, BCPS, BCGP (Jak…
 
The FDA recently approved the first eyedrop to treat age-related nearsightness due to poor accommodation, a disorder experienced by more than 100 million Americans. Spoiler alert . . . its pilocarpine eye drops - which have been on the market for over 70 years. What does the data say about this new formulation of an old drug and its ability to help…
 
Pain is not a game. Chronic non-malignant pain has few effective treatment options, particularly since the adverse effects of opioids have become more known. Many patients with chronic pain also develop mental health issues such as depression and anxiety. A new virtual reality system, designed for at-home self-use, has been approved by the FDA to t…
 
Since the REDUCE study was published in 2013, most guidelines recommend a standard dose of prednisone 40mg for 5 days (or an equivalent dose of another steroid). However, the optimal dose of steroids may be different depending on patient factors. Tune in to explore the concept of personalizing steroid doses in AECOPD using a dosing scale. Redeem yo…
 
Pharmacy students change and evolve immensely from the moment they walk into pharmacy school to the moment they graduate. At each step along the way, their educational needs change as well. And of course, each student is uniquely different regardless of where they are on their pharmacy school journey. As a preceptor, you must meet each of them wher…
 
A recent study calls into question the safety of mirtazapine in the elderly, an antidepressant often recommended in the elderly for treatment of senile cachexia due to the medication’s appetite stimulation properties. This episode reviews the SYMBAD trial with guest Sarah Grady, PharmD. Guest: Sarah Grady, PharmD Drake University Redeem your CPE or…
 
In the past several weeks, there have been news reports about pharmacies, health care clinics, and remote vaccination clinics giving the wrong dose of a vaccine. Before these reports, there were also stories of health care providers inappropriately diluting the Pfizer vaccine resulting in a wrong dose delivered to adult patients. Whenever we hear a…
 
Hyperkalemia is a potentially fatal condition, yet no real guidelines for treatment exist and evidence to guide treatment is limited. Listen in for a rapid review of the evidence both for and against standard treatments of hyperkalemia. Redeem your CPE or CME credit here! Pharmacist members CME Need a membership? Join for CPE Credit Join for CME Cr…
 
COVID-19 has brought on many challenges within our healthcare systems. CVS recently announced the closure of pharmacies across the nation causing thousands of workers to lose their jobs. Other healthcare systems are scrambling to keep up due to shortages of workers. And at the same time, they are trying to stay afloat and to meet business needs. Th…
 
Repost Episode: A degree is pharmacy is incredibly versatile - from health-systems and long-term care facilities to community pharmacies and managed care - pharmacists are an integral part of healthcare. Sometimes, students may pursue additional training through residency programs. How can you prepare your students? Pearl 1: Preparing for an interv…
 
Fluoroquinolone antibiotics are widely prescribed in the US despite a growing number of serious adverse effects associated with their use. One of these adverse effects is QTc prolongation which can lead to lethal arrhythmias. A recent study evaluates in patients on hemodialysis are at an even higher risk. Redeem your CPE or CME credit here! Pharmac…
 
As a pharmacist, you need to think on your feet, yet it can be difficult if you are burned out. How can you be freed up to perform to the best of your abilities? How can you bring more revenue to the business so you can provide a healthier pharmacy? In this week's conversation, Jake Galdo talks with Randy McDonough, co-owner of Towncrest Pharmacy C…
 
Repost Episode: A degree is pharmacy is incredibly versatile - from health-systems and long-term care facilities to community pharmacies and managed care - pharmacists are an integral part of healthcare. Sometimes, students may pursue additional training through residency programs. How can you prepare your students? Pearl 1: Preparing for an interv…
 
The United States Preventative Services Task Force has another update - this time focused on low-dose aspirin and primary prevention. Is your heart healthier WITHOUT a daily aspirin? Guest: John A Galdo, PharmD, MBA, BCPS, BCGP Course Content and Developer, CEimpact Pharmacist, Ross Bridge Pharmacy CEO, Seguridad Redeem your CPE or CME credit here!…
 
Pharmacists currently fill multiple roles within the pharmacy. This can foster burnout and cause errors. As pharmacists, we should be focusing on patient interaction and drug therapy. But how do you take control of your environment so this can happen? In this week's conversation, Jake Galdo talks with Randy McDonough, co-owner of Towncrest Pharmacy…
 
Burnout in healthcare is very real, now perhaps more than ever. And while giving back to the profession through precepting sounds noble, it can often be seen as just one more challenge on a long list. Tune into this episode to explore how to better balance work, life, and teaching in a way that is fulfilling for both you and your students. Guest Je…
 
A recent case control study evaluated adverse effects on glycemic control secondary to cholesterol lowering statin medications. Listen in as we evaluate the risk versus benefit of statin therapy in persons with diabetes. Redeem your CPE or CME credit here! Claim CPE (Pharmacist Members) Claim CME Need a membership? Join for CPE Credit Join for CME …
 
With each patient who comes through your pharmacy, you want to give them the quality of care they deserve. Knowing a patient's serum creatinine allows you to ensure your patient's kidneys are fully functioning and helps you evaluate treatment plans to provide the best care. In this week's conversation, Jake Galdo talks with Courtney Tigges, a Clini…
 
Repost Episode: Teaching is hard. Learn the what, why, and how of the Socratic Method and how using this process may aid preceptors in understanding what a student truly knows - and where more focus needs to be placed. Help your students think better with Socratic questioning! Click here to download the Socratic Questioning handout! Pearl 1: Descri…
 
The TOGETHER Study, published in Lancet, evaluated the role of fluvoxamine in the treatment of COVID-19. Is this a real GameChanger, or just another dud? Lay media has been picking up the study - listen to Geoff and Jake break down the article to help healthcare providers give evidence-based recommendations. Guest John A Galdo, PharmD, MBA, BCPS, B…
 
A critical part of a pharmacist's job is ensuring the proper dose of a medication is provided to patients. They can do this by checking the dose with the patient's weight, especially with pediatric patients. If the dose is incorrect, it can cause adverse effects of an overdose or not work effectively because it is under-dosed. In this week's conver…
 
Repost Episode: 2020 will forever be remembered as the year of COVID-19. The pandemic impacted all aspects of the world, including experiential education. Listen as Taylor and Megan provide pearls on how to precept during a pandemic. Pearl 1: What has changed due to the pandemic for precepting. Pearl 2: Practical advice to help maximize student lea…
 
The Surviving Sepsis Campaign Guidelines have been updated! It's been over five years since the last update and many new studies have redefined the role of several therapies for sepsis. Redeem your CPE or CME credit here! Claim CPE Credit Claim CME Credit Need a membership? Join for CPE Credit Join for CME Credit References and resources: Evans L, …
 
Repost Episode: Preceptors play a crucial role in helping students identify and mitigate cognitive biases in medicine. But you might be wondering, how do I actually accomplish this? Tune in to Part 2 of Uncovering Cognitive Biases to learn practical tips and tricks to help students mitigate their cognitive biases! Pearl 1: Describe the factors that…
 
Hypertension is often managed by treating to a target blood pressure goal. But what if this is wrong? A recent meta-analysis found benefits of blood pressure lowering regardless of age. Host Geoff Wall is joined by Lindsay Davis, a cardiovascular pharmacist and educator, to make heads or tails of this article. Guest: Lindsay Davis, PharmD, BCPS, BC…
 
Many of us are experiencing burnout from the pandemic. When you're stressed it can be difficult to see your way out of it. Randy McDonough, co-owner of Towncrest Pharmacy Corp, created a pharmacy business model that combats burnout and integrates a new mindset for everyday work life. Listen in as Jake Galdo asks Randy how to adopt this model by mak…
 
New Episode! Statistics are scary. Pharmacists must leverage statistical methods on a routine basis when evaluating clinical studies and providing patient care. As preceptors, they must also develop evidence-based practice in their students. Join us on this episode to explore some practical approaches to incorporating the literature into your teach…
 
The recent Quartet Study evaluated initial hypertension pharmacotherapy - specifically, the role of using four antihypertensives at a low dose compared to usual step therapy. Does a small dose of multiple medications work better than one high dose medication? Redeem your CPE or CME credit here! Claim CPE Credit here! Claim CME Credit here! Need a m…
 
What happens when pharmacy law and patient care don’t align? As a pharmacist during the COVID-19 pandemic, you are dealing with balancing legal liability and vaccine administration daily through ever-changing rules and regulations. This week’s episode shares hypothetical patient cases that David Brushwood, pharmacist attorney, and Jake Galdo, clini…
 
Repost Episode: Cognitive biases are pervasive and particularly troublesome in medicine. And guess what...we are all susceptible to cognitive biases! However, it is possible to learn to identify our biases and mitigate them. The decisions clinicians make in medicine can significantly impact an individual's life, morbidity, and mortality. And precep…
 
Pseudogout, or Calcium Pyrophosphate Deposition Disease (CPDD), is more common than you think – plus the treatment is even murkier. In this episode, we discuss its presentation, diagnosis, and treatment. Continuing Education Credit Have a membership? Claim CPE Credit here! Claim CME Credit here! Need a membership? Join for CPE Credit here! Join for…
 
For over 50 years, the standard has been that Staph aureus bacteremia and endovascular infections must be treated with a bactericidal antibiotic, like beta lactams or vancomycin. A new study suggests that bacteriostatic antibiotic, like clindamycin, could be used to treat MRSA bacteremia. Redeem your CPE or CME credit here! References and resources…
 
Can a ‘report card' tame excessive prescriptions of antibiotics in outpatient settings? In this episode Dr. Wall with guest Josh Yost, MD, FACP will evaluate a paper that looked at using 'report cards' on antibiotic use and its impact on outpatient prescribing. Guest: W. John Yost, MD, FACP UnityPoint Health Earn CME or CPE credit here! References …
 
Anti-mask and anti-vaccine fervor are causing an overload of the healthcare system and leading to increased mortality and morbidity. Three publications recently released, including a randomized controlled trial, evaluate community masking on COVID-19 spread. Guest Michael Hogue, PharmD, FAPhA, FNAP Dean, Loma Linda University Redeem your CPE or CME…
 
The recent ESCAPED study examines the treatment of Vaso-occlusive Crisis (VOC) in persons with Sickle Cell Disease (SCD). Many patients have difficulty receiving treatment due to a myriad of factors, including structural racism. Listen as Geoff examines if the ESCAPED study can shine a light on how to treat VOC in patients with SCD. Redeem your CPE…
 
Recent studies have suggested that a short course of antibiotics, compared to longer durations, are just as efficacious for many common infections. The appropriate duration of urinary tract infections for men, by definition complicated, is uncertain due to the risk of developing secondary prostatitis. A new study evaluates 7 vs 14 days of antibioti…
 
The United States Preventative Services Task Force (USPSTF) announced new recommendations for diabetes screening. Approximately 34.5% of the US population has pre-diabetes – frequently attributed to the 75% of US adults with an overweight or obese body mass index. What makes 35 years old the new test screening age for diabetes compared to 40? Guest…
 
Proton Pump Inhibitors (PPIs), like all drugs, cause adverse drug events. Given the sheer number of patients prescribed, or using over-the-counter, PPIs, many practitioners may question continued use. Hear as Geoff examines a recent study from Ann Arbor which looked at the effects of a deprescribing program to step down from PPIs. Redeem your CPE o…
 
The Delta variant has made it clear the COVID pandemic is far from over. Recent studies have suggested that immunocompromised patients may have a reduced or no antibody response to the currently available COVID-19 vaccines. On August 13th, the CDC and FDA recommended that patients receive an additional vaccination. Hear Dr. Geoff Wall and guest, Dr…
 
A landmark paper published in 2002 set the standard for Targeted Temperature Management (TTM) by having hospitals use TTM protocols to "cool" patients for a period of time after cardiac arrest to improve neurologic outcomes. On June 17th, 2021, the TTM-2 study was published and changed this standard. What is the future of the TTM modality in cardia…
 
Do psychedelics treat mental illness? In this GameChanger episode host, Geoff Wall and guest, Sarah Grady, a psychiatric pharmacist, discuss a recent NEJM article comparing psilocybin (magic mushrooms) to escitalopram. Guest: Sarah Grady, PharmD Drake University Redeem your CPE or CME credit here with your GameChangers Subscription! We want your fe…
 
The delta variant of COVID-19 has put the US in the precarious position of a fourth wave of the disease -- how efficacious are our vaccines against this variant? Also, are any new treatments for early COVID-19 being studied to help continue the fight? Find out more in this episode! Redeem your CPE or CME credit here! We want your feedback! Share yo…
 
The first new treatment for Alzheimer's, aducanumab, was approved by the Food and Drug Administration on June 7, 2021. This approval did not come without controversy. Learn what the available data show for efficacy and safety and whether or not the current list price of $56,000 per year meets cost-effectiveness thresholds. Guest John A Galdo, Pharm…
 
A new study evaluates the cost-effectiveness of dapagliflozin in heart failure. Geoff and Jake continue the conversation from "Home Sweet Home (It's Where the Heart Is)" [Previous Episode] about the role of SGLT-2is in heart failure. This time the conversation is focused on the cost-effectiveness and QALYs. Is the price right for improved care? Red…
 
New asthma guidelines came out in 2020, yet the answer to triple or dual inhaler therapy wasn't explicitly answered. In this episode host, Geoff Wall and guest, Jake Galdo discuss the role of triple inhaler (ICS-LABA-LAMA) in the management of severe persistent and uncontrolled asthma. Redeem your CPE or CME credit with a GameChangers Subscription …
 
The recently published ADAPTABLE study seeks to answer, definitively, a long held question: What is the correct dose of aspirin to improve outcomes in secondary prevention of cardiovascular disease? Also, more information about PCORnet, which is referenced in the article and during the episode, may be found here: https://pcornet.org/ Redeem your CP…
 
Vaccines are the mainstay of care in the COVID-19 pandemic. However, patients may still become infected and need treatment options. Two studies have evaluated the role of inhaled budesonide for the early treatment of outpatient COVID-19 infections. Can budesonide hasten the resolution of symptoms or prevent hospitalizations? Redeem your CPE or CME …
 
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