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Brought to you by a partnership that transcends the 49th parallel. Join Adam Thomas and Josh Farkas in the podcast that accompanies The Internet Book of Critical Care. The IBCC podcast will explore key points in each chapter. Initially the release of podcasts may lag a bit behind the chapters for logistic reasons. However, our goal is to eventually have a podcast for each chapter. Subsequently, the podcast will discuss updates to the IBCC based on new evidence.
 
At Medspire we interview leading researchers and clinicians with the aim of inspiring the next generation of doctors and scientists. Hear from leaders within their respective fields, about their career paths, lessons learnt along the way and advice for those starting out. We hope you enjoy!
 
Urgent Care Basics aims to give the urgent care provider the most up to date medical knowledge packaged as a podcast. Weekly podcasts addressing topics focused on urgent care. Primary care topics will also be discussed as seen through the lens of an urgent care provider. Educational, entertaining, and easy to access!
 
The Neuroscience Education Institute (NEI) is committed to help raise the standard of mental health by providing imaginative medical education that focuses on the highest level of learning. Each episode offers an opportunity to learn about current issues in psychiatry from key opinion leaders in the medical field. NEI's Podcast would be of value to anyone with an interest in neuropsychiatric diseases and psychopharmacology.
 
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.
 
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Talking with Eric Topol and Abraham Verghese, Walter Isaacson describes the stories behind his latest book, 'The Codebreaker,' including how he contrived a Zoom meeting between key players who'd drifted apart. The Codebreaker, by Walter Isaacson https://www.simonandschuster.com/books/The-Code-Breaker/Walter-Isaacson/9781982115852 https://www.simona…
 
What do we know about the world suicide rate and the national suicide rate? What are the differences and how might they be explained? How does the role of medications help or hinder suicide prevention? In this episode, Dr. Andrew Cutler interviews Dr. Christine Moutier and Dr. Stephen Stahl on their Suicide Prevention Handbook, where they address t…
 
Podcast summary of articles from the May 2021 edition of the Journal of Emergency Medicine from the American Academy of Emergency Medicine. Topics include pediatric trauma, Lung Ultrasound for COVID, Takotsubo myocarditis, COVID abdominal pain, Neutropenic fever, and hyperkalemia. Guest speaker is Dr. Michael Pergola.…
 
ATOM BOMB: The Memory Palace is the sixth episode in a miniseries on medical mnemonics. In this episode, Chase DiMarco talks about mind palaces and how to create one for your medical studies. By combining all of the previously learned mnemonics into a memory palace, you can recall dense chunks of information with more ease. [01:27] What is a memory…
 
In this episode we cover one of the hallmarks of the poisoned patient, that ECG tracing with a widening QRS. After reading the post, come listen for the nuances around all things hypertonic bicarb for sodium delivery, preventing acidosis with isotonic bicarb, how those sneaky-brilliant toxicologists will use lidocaine, and when to push the "panic b…
 
The Story Method is the fifth episode in a miniseries on medical mnemonics. In this episode, Chase DiMarco talks about the journey method's basic structure and the different applications of the technique. The story method ties in all the previously learned mnemonics into a memorable sequence. [02:28] The Journey Method [05:24] Using the Story Metho…
 
Prof John McGrath is Professor of Molecular Dermatology, Lead of the Genetic Skin Disease Group and Head of the St John's Institute of Dermatology in London. Professor McGrath is also a recent President of the European Society for Dermatological Research. He is internationally renowned within dermatology, and an expert in Epidermolysis Bullosa. He …
 
Celia Ingham-Clark is the Medical Director for Clinical Effectiveness at NHS England. Ms Ingham-Clark started off her career as a general surgeon before moving into leadership roles initially as Medical Director at trust level before going on to have a series of national roles at NHS England. Recently she has been heavily involved in important work…
 
What are the positive and negative consequences surrounding self-diagnosis programs for mental health? What can you say about the trend on TikTok to take L-tyrosine? It’s apparently been nicknamed the “natural Adderall”. What is wrong with this, or potentially dangerous about this? In this episode, Dr. Kojo Sarfo, discusses the positive and negativ…
 
Prof James Spicer is Professor of Experimental Cancer Medicine at King's College London and Honorary Consultant in Medical Oncology at GSTT. Professor Spicer runs the phase 1 trials programme at King’s Health Partners and leads the King’s Experimental Cancer Medicine Centre. His research focuses on the development of new cancer drugs and the care o…
 
The first RVTS workshop of the year was held as a virtual event during April. Registrars are located all over Australia, and were able to join the workshop from their homes or practices, joining in for high quality training without the risks of travel in our current climate. The 3 day event for the 3 cohorts covered various topics including GP Emer…
 
Advanced Mnemonics Creation is the fourth episode in a miniseries on medical mnemonics. In this episode, Chase DiMarco talks about the PAO method and the use of anchor and linking visual markers. These memory devices can be used on their own; but when used together, the combined techniques provide the best results. [02:02] The PAO Method [08:05] Ho…
 
What are the most frequent comorbidities of schizophrenia? Is there any scientific reason to use any antipsychotic in twice-a-day dosing? In this episode, Dr. Leslie Citrome addresses these questions and more of your unanswered questions from the NEI Synapse Half-Day on Novel Strategies to Treat Schizophrenia in this special NEI Podcast Bonus episo…
 
Join the Cribsiders team as we unroof a serious diagnosis that you don't want to miss. We discuss perinatal prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of herpes simplex virus and how it can affect the newborn with neonatology expert, Dr. Chris Golden. Christopher Golden. MD, is an Associate Professor of Pediatrics at the Johns Hopkins University School o…
 
Tony, Hannah and Avi are back at it with another cardiology-nephrology episode, this time examining why calcium “stabilizes” the cardiac membrane in hyperkalemia. For that matter, what does it even mean to stabilize a membrane? Check out the show notes on our website. Don't forget to pick up your CME/MOC credits, courtesy of VCU Health! Sound editi…
 
Creative Study Tactics with Mind Maps is the third episode in a miniseries on medical mnemonics. In this episode, Chase DiMarco talks about mind maps and how its structure and visual elements improve long term retention. [01:13] What is a mind map? [03:47] Example of a mind map [06:18] Color-coded categories [09:49] Visual markers for improved reca…
 
What unique risk factors surround the COVID-19 pandemic and potential heightened risk of suicide? What populations have been most vulnerable to mental health consequences, substance use disorders, suicidal ideation, and self-harm during the pandemic and why? In this episode, Dr. Andrew Cutler interviews Dr. Roger McIntyre and Dr. Stephen Stahl on t…
 
Prof Keyoumars Ashkan is Professor of Neurosurgery at King's College Hospital in London. He has a special interest in functional neurosurgery, image guided surgery, and surgery for brain and spinal tumours. He holds many senior roles including President of the British Society for Stereotactic and Functional Neurosurgery and Lead for Genomics Englan…
 
Prof Lucy Chappell is NIHR Research Professor in Obstetrics at King's College London and Honorary Consultant Obstetrician at Guy's and St Thomas' NHS Foundation Trust. In 2019 she was responsible for the development of a new diagnostic test for pre-eclampsia which is now part of routine clinical practice. Prof Chappell was also recently appointed a…
 
Prof John Moxham is a recently retired Professor of Respiratory Medicine at King's College London. He has had a distinguished career in research and last year was awarded a prestigious British Thoracic Society medal for his contributions to respiratory physiology. He is also a highly influential medical leader and is internationally renowned for hi…
 
At home with politicians and news anchors, CIDRAP's Michael Osterholm shares three rules of science and the media, and explains why policy and science belong together like chocolate and peanut butter. To read a full transcript of this episode or to comment please visit: https://www.medscape.com/viewarticle/951101 Eric J. Topol, MD Director, Scripps…
 
Prof John O'Grady is a recently retired Professor of Hepatology at King's College Hospital in London. He is internationally renowned within hepatology and his research has shaped how we treat patients with liver disease. Prof O'Grady was responsible for developing the King's College Hospital Criteria for acute liver failure and he was involved in s…
 
Chase DiMarco explores the Peg Memory System for medical education and discusses how to use visual markers to memorize important numbers. [01:37] The origins of the Peg Memory System [02:18] Why you should use the Peg Memory System [03:33] Creating your own Peg System [04:57] How to create visual associations with numbers [07:02] Homework exercise …
 
Join us to learn about pediatric HIV infection at all stages of childhood. Our guest, Allison Agwu, M.D., ScM is Professor of Adult and Pediatric Infectious Diseases at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine in Baltimore, Maryland. We cover neonatal HIV prophylaxis, diagnosis, and treatment, acute retroviral syndrome, pre-exposure HIV prophyla…
 
Podcast summary of articles from the April 2021 edition of the Journal of Emergency Medicine from the American Academy of Emergency Medicine. Topics include pediatric procedural sedation, HEART pathway for chest pain, dexamethasone for tooth abscesses, EMS transport, pediatric appendicitis, and advanced resuscitation techniques. Guest speaker is Dr…
 
Start Creating Your Own Visual Mnemonics is the first episode in a miniseries on medical mnemonics. In this episode, Chase DiMarco covers the value of visual markers in mnemonics and memory tactics in general. [01:06] What are visual markers? [02:25] Why you should use visual markers [05:50] How to use visual markers [07:09] What not to do [08:38] …
 
What are some mental health challenges for Asian Americans today? Can you share your thoughts on the most recent acts of violence against Asian Americans and where it comes from? In this timely and important episode, we interview Dr. Rona Hu on mental health in the Asian American community. Dr. Hu is Medical Director of the Acute Psychiatric Inpati…
 
Prof Tim Lancaster is a Dean of Medical Education at GKT School of Medical Education. Prior to joining King's, Professor Lancaster was Director of Clinical Studies at the University of Oxford for 15 years, and Professor of Primary Care. Professor Lancaster has an extensive research portfolio in smoking cessation. In this episode we ask him about: H…
 
Dengue fever is not endemic in Australia, however, we do have mosquitoes that can spread the virus and outbreaks do occur due to imported cases. Severe dengue (also known as dengue haemorrhagic fever) is a potentially lethal complication, affecting mainly children. Diagnosing it early and initiating supportive treatment can be life-saving. It’s the…
 
Prof Bijan Modarai is a Professor of Vascular Surgery and British Heart Foundation senior research fellow at King's College London. Prof Modarai's research focuses on angiogenic cell therapies and novel imaging techniques. He also co-manages the largest UK practice in complex endovascular aortic repairs. In this episode we ask him about: His career…
 
Chase DiMarco talks about one of the most ignored yet crucial topics in medicine: mental health. He explains why physicians and medical students struggle with mental health, the rise in suicide rates in medicine, and the benefits of having a social network. [00:50] Mental Health in the Medical World [02:50] The Neuroscience Aspect of Mental Health …
 
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