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Best Emergency Medicine News podcasts we could find (updated August 2020)
Best Emergency Medicine News podcasts we could find
Updated August 2020
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The BMJ is an international peer reviewed medical journal and a fully “online first” publication. The BMJ’s vision is to be the world’s most influential and widely read medical journal. Our mission is to lead the debate on health and to engage, inform, and stimulate doctors, researchers, and other health professionals in ways that will improve outcomes for patients. We aim to help doctors to make better decisions.
 
Putting big mouths and big ideas behind microphones. The Physio Matters Podcast - Clinical Gold Delivered Direct. Episodes will feature expert, honest advice, delivered directly to listeners at no cost. Musculoskeletal and Sports Medicine information for those working in physiotherapy, sports therapy, sports rehabilitation, medicine and all divisions of the healthcare industry.
 
The Video Journal of Hematological Oncology (VJHemOnc) podcast covers the latest hematological oncology and hematology news from international experts – from leukemias, lymphomas, MDS and MPNs, to sickle cell, aplastic anemia and rare diseases. Made for healthcare professionals and researchers, we are a global, independent, open-access platform. Listen to the latest news, including cutting-edge trial updates, controversies and opinion. If you enjoy the podcast, please leave us a rating and r ...
 
The program is aimed at giving you healthcare options and discussing the real effects of drugs and the influence of Big Pharma on medical care. We are your self-help podcast to help you make educated medical decisions for your health and for you to know that you have options. We are broadcasting the latest medical and complementary medical news and our phones are always open for discussion. Listen for great guests on topics all related to your health. Dr. Ron Has 55 years of medial experienc ...
 
When tested by major catastrophes, the medical community has responded. We banded together to provide emergency medical care and ongoing relief after the earthquake in Haiti and Hurricane Katrina, while the September 11thattacks brought out the best in medical response teams and care providers. Yet every emergency presents unique challenges and learning opportunities. ReachMD scrutinizes our disaster medicine plans, preparedness protocols, and emergency response capabilities. How are we prep ...
 
Stay up to date on current trends in healthcare’s digital transformation with The Big Unlock podcast. Featuring C-suite executives from the healthcare and technology sectors, podcast host Paddy Padmanabhan discusses how they are driving digital health innovation and leveraging emerging healthcare technologies to create improved patient experiences.
 
Open your mind to the world with New Zealand’s number one breakfast radio show. Without question, as New Zealand’s number one talk host, Mike Hosking sets the day’s agenda. The sharpest voice and mind in the business, Mike drives strong opinion, delivers the best talent, and always leaves you wanting more. The Mike Hosking Breakfast always cuts through and delivers the best daily on Newstalk ZB.
 
The Hippo Education Podcast is the place for the best free audio CME on earth. Hippo RAPs (Reviews and Perspectives) bring you the latest news, updated clinical practice information and important stuff you need to know for your specialty. Our RAP roster is Emergency Medicine, Primary Care, Pediatrics, Urgent Care and growing. The Hippo faculty are always on duty to make sure you have the info you need from a source you can trust.
 
Join hosts, Lucas Wilson and Matt Buckley, as they scour the internet for the world's most unbelievable stories, from the humorous to the curious to the bizarre. There is no shortage of entertainment to be had as these two try to make sense of it all through jokes, debates, and critical analysis. You just might find yourself shouting, "That's poppycock," too!
 
DFID, the Department for International Development, is the part of the UK Government that manages Britain’s aid to poor countries. We work with charities, international organisations and the governments of poor countries to find lasting solutions to the global problem of poverty.On Soundcloud you can hear the opinions of respected voices from across the international development field - on a wide range of subjects from climate change to health and education, from economic growth and trade to ...
 
My name is Swardiq ‘Q’ Mayanja and on this podcast I bring to you news, current events & fun topics for nurses and healthcare providers everywhere! Once a week I interview an Everyday hero! Watch the entire show on YouTube @: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCWtfO-Qcn03PiHNc8QrvEng Follow me on Instagram: @QTheNurse
 
This series highlights expert perspectives, key studies, and breaking news from a diverse portfolio of allergy, asthma, and immunology topics. Hosted by clinical allergists Dr. Todd Mahr and Dr. Ketan Sheth, and produced in partnership with the American College of Asthma, Allergy, and Immunology, Hot Topics in Allergy is America's go-to resource for accurate and timely AAI education.
 
Better Outcomes is a podcast about the underrepresented, minority side of healthcare, featuring stories from both patients and healthcare providers, with the goal of making healthcare more equitable for more people. By giving pre-med and med school students firsthand accounts of how the U.S. health care system interacts with people of various identities, Better Outcomes works to shorten the gap between patients and health care providers of different backgrounds and helps them communicate mor ...
 
ESMO Open is the European Society for Medical Oncology’s online-only, peer-reviewed Open Access journal, dedicated to publishing high-quality medical research and educational content from all disciplines of oncology, with a focus on innovative clinical and translational cancer research. The journal is published by BMJ on behalf of ESMO. http://esmoopen.bmj.com/ * The purpose of this podcast is to educate and to inform. The content of this podcast does not constitute medical advice and it is ...
 
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The economic downturn caused by Covid-19 has seen thousand of restaurants and hospitality venues reduce their operating hours. A Restaurant Association survey has found that almost 70 per cent of its members have adjusted their operating hours since New Zealand returned to Alert level one. CEO Marisa Bidois told Mike Hosking some places are opting …
 
The UK's troubled response to the coronavirus pandemic became even more confused on Monday, as government guidance seemingly at odds with itself rolled out across England, pushing the four nations of the UK further apart. From Monday, employers in England can ask staff to return to workplaces if they believe they are Covid-19 safe. When the policy …
 
Ben Bayly is a Kiwi chef who's done it all. He's run restaurants all over the world, including in Australia, the US, France and here in New Zealand. He became a household name as a judge on My Kitchen Rules New Zealand. Ben's back on the screen with A New Zealand Food Story, it tells the story of his journey to open his new restaurant and takes us …
 
Accusations of abuse, over-training and fat-shaming of athletes as young as 8 have been levelled at one of the country's largest gymnastics programmes. Multiple parents of children enrolled in competitive gymnastics at Auckland's North Harbour club have told of their concerns at the behaviour of coaches in the nationally acclaimed programme, prompt…
 
Spain’s former monarch, Juan Carlos I, is leaving Spain to live in another, unspecified, country amid a financial scandal, according to a letter published on the royal family's website Monday. The letter from Juan Carlos to his son, King Felipe VI, said: “I am informing you of my considered decision to move, during this period, out of Spain.” Juan …
 
Airports are raring to go when it comes to a travel bubble with the Pacific. Auckland Airport's international terminal is being split into two zones in anticipation of a Cook Islands bubble. Wellington, Christchurch and Queenstown airports are all ready to go, pending government approval. Aviation Coalition chair Kevin Ward told Mike Hosking all th…
 
She was at it again yesterday. "Say yes to the test." Highlighting a new testing regime, why is the Prime Minister doing this? Because she wants you to worry, she wants you to remember the dark and troubled days of lockdown, and the uncertainty of what would happen to us all as this previously unknown virus swept the world and towards our small nat…
 
A new campaign to encourage people to get tested for Covid-19 is being seen as sensible. The Government's rolled out a new slogan, 'Say Yes to the Test'. When asked about the new messaging, Ardern said that when New Zealand moved into alert level 1, the intent was for Kiwis to maintain good hygiene, contact tracing and testing but those practices h…
 
Landlords aren't happy about changes to the Residential Tenancies Amendment Bill. The legislation will end 90 day no-cause evictions, meaning landlords must offer more robust reasons for getting rid of tenants. Property Investors Federation executive officer Sharon Cullwick told Mike Hosking 20 per cent of landlords could leave the industry. "If te…
 
Nearly six months on, a man who attended the Elton John concert in Auckland that was cut short by the singer's illness has received a refund after taking the issue to the Disputes Tribunal. On February 16, Sir Elton John was forced to call off his first Auckland concert midway through the performance after suffering pneumonia and losing his voice. …
 
During the COVID-19 pandemic, teleworking has become a way of life for many. As the physical boundaries between work and home blur, work-life balance can be a challenge. On the Mayo Clinic Q&A podcast, Dr. Adam Perlman, director of Integrative Health and Wellness at Mayo Clinic in Florida, offers helpful strategies for managing daily stresses durin…
 
In this episode, Dr. Steve Miff, President and CEO of Parkland Center for Clinical Innovation (PCCI) discusses how they build connected communities of care with a focus on cutting edge uses of data science, social determinants of health, and clinical expertise across clinical and healthcare community settings. Steve also speaks about his recent boo…
 
Honestly, I hate to tell I told you so, but it has been revealed foot traffic in the down town area is down 25 percent. As a result, you can imagine the cries of worry and concern. Part of it, they claim, is tourist related. There aren’t any in the recent holidays. Most in Auckland left Auckland, and those out of Auckland didn’t go to Auckland. You…
 
The Government is hoping to keep power prices down by stirring up competition in the sector. About a million New Zealanders are expected to benefit from a $17 million package, which includes setting up an energy advocacy council and energy hardship group to help those struggling to pay their bills. The funds will go towards developing a network of …
 
Ellen DeGeneres is ready to call it quits on her talk shows after staff slammed the star's apology in response to claims of a toxic work environment, DailyMail.com is reporting. An insider at Telepictures told DailyMail.com the host is telling executives at Telepictures and Warner Bros that she has had enough and wants to walk away from the show. "…
 
I looked at Chris Hipkins forlorn face on Friday at his Covid briefing telling us we just didn’t like getting tested. This, of course, at least in part is a sham. It's at least part of the charade the government is desperate to spin as they approach election day. To be fair, it's probably partially true. We don’t want to get tested. We have all see…
 
SpaceX's Crew Dragon spacecraft — carrying NASA astronauts Robert Behnken and Douglas Hurley — splashed down into the Gulf of Mexico on Sunday, marking a safe end to an historic two-month mission and paving the way for the United States to once again become a world leader in human spaceflight. The Crew Dragon vehicle fired up its engines and safely…
 
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has defended the Government's new border-charge policy, saying the Government would expose itself to "high legal risk" if it charged Kiwis returning to New Zealand to live. The Government will be charging only a small percentage of people for the cost of Covid-19 quarantining and isolation in hotels - essentially peopl…
 
Education is a hot topic in recent times in the Therapy world and beyond. From virtual placements to learning styles its all up for debate. Not to mention we smashed the conference world apart with Therapy Live. This month Ben Ellis came on the show to discuss the present and future of MSK therapy, how might we improve it, how on earht do we stop i…
 
“Pets have more love and compassion in them than most humans.”–Robert Wagner http://www.andertoons.com Even as the pandemic-struck U.S. economy shrunk by 32% in the first quarter of this year, veterinary medicine saw a different story. Pet ownership soared at a record pace, and public pet supply companies, like Petco, registered increases in sales.…
 
Fresh outbreaks of covid in Europe and a wave of infections in the United States have been in the news this week, highlighting the renewed need for social distancing – but to what extent?In this edition, we explore the real-world evidence for physical distancing measures as well as the research into whether or not facemasks make us behave more reck…
 
In light of the publication of the Independent Medicines and Medical Devices Safety Review (the Cumberlege report) in early July, which assessed the use of vaginal mesh, sodium valproate and Primodos and their associated under-acknowledged complications, this week we discuss trust between patients and doctors, and how that relationship of trust can…
 
These days, it feels like everyone is thinking about risk. Is it a good idea to travel by airplane? Is it OK to visit parents? Is it safe to go to a park? But if you want to truly understand risk, it might be a good idea to turn to an unlikely source… poker. That’s according to Maria Konnikova, a journalist and author of the book The Biggest Bluff:…
 
It was once a virtue to have some excess weight, kids weren’t considered picky eaters, and the term “overweight” didn’t even exist. What changed? Helen Zoe Veit, an associate professor of history at Michigan State University, and author of “Modern Food, Moral Food: Self-Control, Science, and the Rise of Modern American Eating in the Early Twentieth…
 
The concept of herd immunity has sparked debate about whether it would control the spread of COVID-19. Herd immunity happens when a sufficient proportion of a population is immune to an infectious disease, meaning spread from person to person is unlikely. So what is known about immunity and COVID-19? On the Mayo Clinic Q&A podcast, Dr. S. Vincent R…
 
Jacinda Ardern has topped a new list of the world's most eloquent leaders. Britain's Development Academy has given our Prime Minister the top ranking, after analysing more than 100 hours of footage of public appearances from the last 12 months. It says Ardern challenges the common perception that emotional communication shows weakness, and approach…
 
It seems a new bill which aims to prevent drug-driving still has some hurdles to overcome. Introduced into Parliament yesterday, the law would allow Police to conduct saliva-tests on drivers, for drugs such as cannabis, P, cocaine and MDMA. Associate Transport Minister Julie Anne Genter says under the bill, there would be consequences for anyone ca…
 
Hopes the deployment of specialist bowel doctors throughout the country is decided by the Ministry of Health, rather than District Health Boards. A new report looks into the capacity and demand faced by the current gastroenterology specialist workforce, in comparison to other countries. It reveals New Zealand has a lower specialist number per popul…
 
A farm training facility placed in liquidation two years ago, has been reborn, thanks to a $1.2 million Government cash injection. The funding will allow a thousand people to participate in farming courses at Masterton's Taratahi Agriculture Centre. Federated Farmers' William Beetham told Mike Hosking it's outstanding news because its closure left …
 
The amount of money managed by KiwiSaver providers has bounced up to a new high after a strong recovery in sharemarkets. Total funds under management hit $66.5 billion as of June 30, up $7.4b from the March quarter figure of $59.1 billion, according to Morningstar. The March quarter saw a record $4.5 billion wiped off total funds under management a…
 
Some experts have expressed shock and concern after it was revealed Victoria recorded a new record-high day of 723 coronavirus cases yesterday. There was hope on Wednesday the state had reached a peak in infections after two days of lower numbers that saw cases drop below 300 but yesterday's numbers have far exceeded the previous record of 532 case…
 
At the end of each week, Mike Hosking takes you through the big ticket items and lets you know what he makes of it all. The Polls. 7/10. "The TVNZ Colmar Brunton poll confirms the earlier one was rogue. But don't we love a poll? Bet you David Seymour is loving the polls." Quarantine Charging. 0/10. "What a joke, what a bust, and what a farce. Say o…
 
Disappointment for the Greens as the latest poll has them on the cusp of missing out on a return to Parliament. The party's dipped slightly in the 1 NEWS Colmar Brunton poll, down one point to five percent support. Co-leader James Shaw told Mike Hosking it would be disappointing if they weren't able to return. "It would be a real loss to the countr…
 
US President Donald Trump, lagging in the polls and grappling with deepening economic and public health crises, on Thursday floated the startling idea of delaying the November 3 presidential election. The notion drew immediate pushback from Democrats and Republicans alike in a nation that has held itself up as a beacon to the world for its history …
 
Salient lessons this week. Sarah Dowie left Parliament in a verbal blaze of glory outlining the pitfalls, weaknesses, and sheer misery that the career can bestow upon you. At the same time William Wood, who is yet to experience that aforementioned trauma but wants to, got an early taste of what he might be in for. Salient lesson number one is it ap…
 
Judith Collins is putting a brave face on the latest political poll, which shows National languishing on 32 per cent - more than 20 points behind Labour. Collins claimed today voters would return to National again as the economy turned to "custard" - and hundreds of thousands of people came off the second-tranch wage subsidy, on September 1. She to…
 
Lockdown has been such a stressful period that many healthcare professionals developed abnormal behaviours to cope. Addiction is one such behaviour, be it to a substance – alcohol for example – or any other obsessive activity like exercise. Dr Caroline Walker, an NHS psychiatrist and therapist who has personal experience of addiction discusses the …
 
Revenue through New Zealand's small businesses in June was back to year-earlier levels although the number of people they employed fell a little from May. Data from small business accounting software provider Xero showed the rebound in revenue in June jumped from May, when revenue was down 17 per cent on May last year, and April, when revenue was d…
 
Italian tenor Andrea Bocelli, who recovered from COVID and whose moving Easter performance sought to raise hopes during the pandemic, is striking a different public note, saying Italy’s lockdown made him feel “humiliated and offended” by depriving him of his freedom. Bocelli spoke at a panel Monday in a Senate conference room, where he was introduc…
 
A win for domestic tourism. The Northern Explorer will be back on track by Christmas. The train service, which runs between Auckland and Wellington, was paused indefinitely on March 22 due to Covid-19. Kiwirail CEO Greg Miller told Mike Hosking they want to play their part in the economic recovery. "The rail tourism business is unique, placing 300 …
 
It would be hard not to have seen something that Oliver Stone has put his name to. He, of course, wrote the screenplay for Scarface with Al Pacino. He's also the famed director of Platoon with Charlie Sheen, and Wall Street with Michael Douglas. In later years, he's moved on to controversial documentaries about Hugo Chavez and Vladimir Putin. And h…
 
The British government came under renewed pressure Wednesday to refine its travel policies following criticism of its sudden decision to remove Spain from its safe list, a sudden change that has upended many vacation plans and rocked the ailing travel industry. While London Heathrow Airport urged a ramp-up in coronavirus testing and the U.K.'s bigg…
 
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