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The Elective Rotation - the number 1 ranked Hospital Pharmacy podcast - is created for YOU Pharmacy Nation! If you are a Pharmacy Student, Resident, Pharmacist, Nurse, Physician, or Critical Care Practitioner in a hospital, intensive care unit (ICU) or emergency department looking to improve your practice, The Elective Rotation delivers unbiased critical care and hospital pharmacy content from a Board Certified Pharmacotherapy Specialist. Episodes are published every Monday and Thursday at 3 ...
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Do you want to learn how to produce FOAM (free open access meducation)? In this 5 episode podcast you’ll find out what it takes to launch your own medical podcast. Come join the FOAM podcast world with a podcast of your own! Learn more and get a free 3 page pdf of all the resources needed to start your own medical podcast at howtostartamedicalpodcast.com!
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Innovation in Healthcare

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The Innovation in Healthcare Podcast is produced by Health Innovation North East and North Cumbria (HI NENC), which supports innovation in all its forms within the NHS and Social Care. This podcast showcases some of the amazing work and programmes we support to transform healthcare through innovation.
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Welcome to All Business No Bull, the podcast that takes you inside the world of business, featuring inspiring individuals and entrepreneurs from diverse industries. Join us as we uncover their secrets to success and dive into the strategies that helped them make it big. Get ready for captivating conversations and valuable insights that cut through the fluff. Tune in and embark on a thrilling journey through the triumphs and trials of the business world. It’s All Business, No Bull!
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Show notes at pharmacyjoe.com/episode914. In this episode, I’ll discuss oral vs IV phosphate replacement for critically ill patients with mild to moderate hypophosphatemia. The post 914: Does Oral Phosphate Replacement Work as Well as IV For Critically Ill Patients With Mild to Moderate Hypophosphatemia? appeared first on Pharmacy Joe.…
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Show notes at pharmacyjoe.com/episode913. In this episode, I’ll discuss the efficacy tradeoff when reducing apixaban dose in patients with end-stage renal disease. The post 913: Is there an efficacy tradeoff when reducing apixaban dose in patients with end-stage renal disease? appeared first on Pharmacy Joe.…
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Show notes at pharmacyjoe.com/episode912. In this episode, I’ll discuss whether standard doses of apixaban are as effective as warfarin in severe obesity. The post 912: Are Standard Doses of Apixaban as Effective as Warfarin in Patients With Severe Obesity? appeared first on Pharmacy Joe.By Pharmacy Joe
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Chemists use compounds such as bisphenols and phthalates to help make plastic packaging strong and durable. In this episode, two experts describe how these chemicals get into our food and how we can minimize our exposure. They share their advice on how to eat less plastic. You may want to listen through your local public radio station or get the li…
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In this episode, two experts draw on the latest research about avoiding Lyme disease and other infections that may be transmitted through tick bites. Why are these conditions so difficult to diagnose? Most importantly, how can people with lingering symptoms from Lyme get help and start to feel better? We consider both conventional and alternative a…
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If you tell your healthcare provider that you’re feeling anxious or depressed, chances are they will prescribe you a medication. Millions of people take anti-anxiety pills or antidepressants, and many find that the medicine makes life more bearable. But can you understand what makes your life meaningful? For that, you might need to tell your story …
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Show notes at pharmacyjoe.com/episode907. In this episode, I’ll discuss what predicts critical care pharmacist intervention – patient acuity or medication regimen complexity? The post 907: What predicts critical care pharmacist intervention – patient acuity or medication regimen complexity? appeared first on Pharmacy Joe.…
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This week, Joe and Terry Graedon welcome your stories and questions about living with animals. Does a cat purring on your lap help you calm down after a hectic day? Has walking the dog become a part of your exercise routine? Tell us about your pets at 888-472-3366 between 7 and 8 am EST. Or send us your stories ahead of time: radio@peoplespharmacy.…
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Show notes at pharmacyjoe.com/episode906. In this episode, I’ll discuss the mortality rate for critically ill patients when ketamine vs etomidate is used as an induction agent for intubation. The post 906: Does Using Ketamine for Induction Have a Lower Mortality Rate Than Etomidate? appeared first on Pharmacy Joe.…
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This week, two guests describe their work with the healing power of medicinal herbs. They draw upon family histories of herbalism along with their own studies of how to use botanical medicines. You may want to listen through your local public radio station or get the live stream at 7 am EDT on your computer or smart phone (wunc.org). Here is a link…
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Show notes at pharmacyjoe.com/episode904. In this episode, I’ll discuss whether patients taking beta-blockers require increased doses of epinephrine for anaphylaxis. The post 904: Do Patients Taking Beta-Blockers Require Increased Doses of Epinephrine for Anaphylaxis? appeared first on Pharmacy Joe.By Pharmacy Joe
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Health Innovation North East and North Cumbria has partnered with NHS England’s Digital First Primary Care Team to deliver Digital Pioneers – a programme that aims to facilitate collaboration, exchange ideas and support the scale and spread of digital health innovations within primary care. In this episode, Emma Richardson, Programme Manager for ou…
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Show notes at pharmacyjoe.com/episode903. In this episode, I’ll discuss the association between number of learners trained per year and rates of burnout among inpatient pharmacists. The post 903: Does the Number of Learners Trained Per Year Influence the Chances of an Inpatient Pharmacist Experiencing Burning Out? appeared first on Pharmacy Joe.…
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This week, we talk with Dr. Paul Offit, author of the new book, Tell Me When It’s Over. Most of us are more than ready to move on from the COVID-19 pandemic. We’ll discuss how public health officials could regain our trust. In addition, we consider what lessons we should take away from this experience. You may want to listen through your local publ…
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Show notes at pharmacyjoe.com/episode900. In this episode, I’ll discuss uisng fixed-dose PCC for warfarin reversal. The post Episode 900: The Benefits of Using Fixed-Dose Prothrombin Complex Concentrate for the Emergent Reversal of Vitamin K Antagonists appeared first on Pharmacy Joe.By Pharmacy Joe
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This week, our guests examine the quality of medications. Does importing a majority of our medicines from plants in places like India or China compromise our national security? Just how well does the FDA monitor drug quality? You may want to listen through your local public radio station or get the live stream at 7 am EDT on your computer or smart …
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Show notes at pharmacyjoe.com/episode899. In this episode, I’ll discuss why glucocorticoids have no role in reversing the acute symptoms of anaphylaxis. The post 899: Glucocorticoids Have No Role Reversing the Acute Symptoms of Anaphylaxis. Here’s Why: appeared first on Pharmacy Joe.By Pharmacy Joe
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This week, Joe and Terry Graedon entertain your questions and stories about home remedies. What do you do for leg cramps or heartburn? Call in your favorites at 888-472-3366 between 7 and 8 am EST, or send us an email beforehand: radio@peoplespharmacy.com. We’ll explore whether there is science supporting home remedies. You could listen through you…
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Show notes at pharmacyjoe.com/episode898. In this episode, I’ll discuss the impact of giving epinephrine before defibrillation to in-hospital cardiac arrest (IHCA) patients with shockable rhythms. The post 898: Knowing When Non-Medication Therapies Are First-Line Is Critical appeared first on Pharmacy Joe.…
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