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JACC Podcast

American College of Cardiology

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Each week, Valentin Fuster, MD, PhD, MACC, renowned editor-in-chief of the Journal of the American College of Cardiology (JACC), records a free podcast highlighting journal findings. To keep clinicians up to date on the most important science emerging in clinical and translational cardiology, Dr. Fuster provides an overview of the weekly edition, and a short summary of each manuscript. The JACC family of journals rank among the top cardiovascular peer-reviewed journals in the world for scien ...
 
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Alex Smith, Eric Widera

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A geriatrics and palliative care podcast for every health care professional. We invite the brightest minds in geriatrics, hospice, and palliative care to talk about the topics that you care most about, ranging from recently published research in the field to controversies that keep us up at night. You'll laugh, learn and maybe sing along. Hosted by Eric Widera and Alex Smith.
 
Listen to podcast with key opinion leaders in multiple therapy areas, discussing hot topics including topic overviews, expert opinions and conference overviews. Brought to you by the Adis Journals Group, part of Springer Healthcare. All podcast are intended for healthcare professionals only, and are published and citable through the journals. This educational podcast is supported by Springer Healthcare.
 
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The FDA label for the amyloid antibody aducanumab (Aduhelm) started off exceedingly broad, basically including anyone with Alzheimer's disease, but was subsequently narrowed to to patients with mild cognitive impairment (MCI) or mild dementia due to Alzheimer disease (AD). Should, though, the label be even more restrictive to mirror the populations…
 
Romina Brignardello-Petersen, DDS, PhD, and Gordon Guyatt, MD, of McMaster University talk with JAMA Executive Deputy Editor Robert Golub, MD, about how to interpret clinical practice guidelines and recommendations, the subject of a recent Users’ Guides to the Medical Literature article in JAMA. Related Content: How to Interpret and Use a Clinical …
 
“The take home message of this study is NOT that primary palliative care does not work.” So says Yael Schenker of the negative study of an oncology nurse-led primary palliative care intervention for people with advanced cancer. And we pushed Yael and Bob Arnold (senior author) on this point - we have several negative studies of primary palliative c…
 
Bilateral salpingo-oophorectomy (BSO) causes premature menopause in younger women and is associated with reduced quality of life and cardiovascular, neurologic, and skeletal morbidity and mortality. Ekta Kapoor, MBBS, Associate Professor of Medicine and Assistant Director, Mayo Clinic Center for Women’s Health, joins JAMA Editor Carolyn Crandall, M…
 
Time-limited trials. We’ve all probably used them before. We meet with patients and families. We agree to either start or continue a particular treatment to see if it helps in some specific way over some defined period of time. If it works as hoped, great, we continue the treatments. If not, we stop them. At least that is how it’s supposed to go. O…
 
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