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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!
 
This is the PAINE Podcast. A podcast for physician assistants to prepare for passing the PANCE/PANRE, as well as staying up to date on clinical literature. Every month I breakdown a topic on the NCCPA blueprint and tell you what you need to know when studying for your boards. I also tackle the current literature that may be practice changing, as well as other emerging medical practice topics.
 
The PA Startup Podcast is a stellar podcast for pre-PA students, current PA students, and new grads starting their careers as Physician Assistants. We offer topical episodes, interviews with practicing PAs offering practical advice about the PA profession and lifestyle, as well as listener-submitted questions and answers. Not everything is taught in school--get the real story with PA Startup and get started on your way to become a PA with PAStartup.co.
 
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Chase DiMarco talks about the science of successful learning and debunks the most common myths we have around it. He shares better learning strategies and insights from “Make It Stick”. [01:48] The Illusion of Knowing [03:09] Interleaving Practice [04:53] Easier isn’t Better [08:13] The Dunning-Kruger Effect [11:58] Apply Different Learning Styles …
 
Last year, the American Heart Association (AHA) provided updates to their basic life support (BLS), advanced cardiac life support (ACLS), and pediatric advanced life support (PALS) programs. Mike Sharma is helping again by reviewing some of the key updates and changes to guidelines. We also provide some additional feedback and information to consid…
 
In this episode, we welcome Tina from Good Nurse, Bad Nurse to the show. We discuss her history as a nurse, her desire to start a podcast, and her love of true crime that led to her telling stories about good people in the medical field and bad people in the medical field. You can find Tina at www.goodnursebadnurse.com and email her at tina@goodnur…
 
Chase DiMarco talks about how you can use deliberate practice to become an expert. This time around, he delves deeper into studies and examples from “Peak: Secrets from the New Science of Expertise” by Dr. K. Anders Ericsson (RIP). [02:02] Improvement Comes from Practice [04:07] Steps of Deliberate Practice [07:33] Inefficiencies in Medical Educati…
 
Chase DiMarco talks about flow, the mental state of immersive focus. He draws insights and tips from Mikaly Csikszentmihalyi’s book called “Finding Flow”. Unsurprisingly, attention and curiosity are necessary to get into that zone of concentration. [00:58] Defining Flow [01:38] How to Reach Flow State [08:06] Learning Requires Undivided Attention […
 
Recently there was commentary in a forum that suggested the Pulmonary Embolism Rule-Out Criteria (PERC Rule) was essentially useless for detecting a pulmonary embolism (PE). It started with an anecdote, which is a logical fallacy (post hoc ergo propter hoc) and went wild from there. This led to the realization that many still do not understand how …
 
*This episode was recorded on February 4, 2021 so the information presented was as of this recording* In this episode, we finish out panel discussion with PollyAnnamazing and Jeff about the COVID-19 vaccine. In part 2 we continue discussion of the vaccine, use of the vaccine and DMARDS and NSAIDs, surgery and the vaccine, as well as vaccine rollout…
 
Chase DiMarco talks about task management and prioritization. He shares insights and tips from Brian Tracy’s book called “Eat That Frog”. Learn how to organize your to-do list effectively using these 5 principles. [01:26] Planning Saves Time [03:30] The Law of Three [05:24] The 80/20 Rule [07:53] The ABCDE Method [11:37] How to Tackle Big Tasks [14…
 
Injuries to the spine can occur both in blunt and penetrating trauma. They can also be with or without neurological deficits. For this reason, they should be considered in all patients with multiple injuries. In this podcast, Chip Lange and Mike Sharma review the pearls and pitfalls of this disease process.…
 
Chase DiMarco talks about how medical students can increase their motivation level. He cites several studies that delve into intrinsic and extrinsic motivation and the factors that can influence both. [03:29] Theories of Motivation [05:58] Intrinsic Motivation vs Extrinsic Motivation [09:48] How to Affect Motivation [11:37] The Role of Self-Concept…
 
We are able to provide a sneak peak at some updated content with Practical POCUS. Over the last few months, Practical POCUS has been working to improve its content with the plan to help further promote point of care ultrasound (POCUS) to a broader audience. One audience in particular is with EMS. This 10 minute video is an excerpt from the updated …
 
*This episode was recorded on February 4, 2021 so the information presented was as of this recording* In this episode, we have a panel discussion with PollyAnnamazing and Jeff about the COVID-19 vaccine. Because of the length of the conversation we cut it into two episodes. In part 1, we look at our own experiences with the vaccine (3 received Mode…
 
Dr. Joel Ramirez talks about how tutoring can be a valuable resource for medical students studying for the USMLE exams. As someone who personally benefited from tutoring, Dr. Ramirez has a passion for educating and tutoring. MedSchoolCoach provides tutoring for both USMLE board exams (shelf and step), as well as the MCAT. [02:38] Tutoring for the M…
 
A little while back, we asked for help on getting out more content. David Wright and Kate Randolph answered that call and provided a special podcast on osteogenesis imperfecta. We hope you enjoy this unique podcast and encourage you to reach out if you want to contribute, as well.
 
Chase DiMarco talks about 7 habits of highly successful medical students, a concept borrowed from Stephen Covey's The Seven Habits of Highly Effective People. He tries to dissect how the book's strategies can be applied to the medical world and explain why habits can make or break your medical journey. [03:29] Be proactive [04:57] Begin with The En…
 
Neonatal sepsis can be subtle, especially early on. It can rapidly progress to multisystem organ failure, meningitis, and death. Given the real dangers of neonatal sepsis, we will focus on 10 key points to remember when evaluating for this lurking terror.
 
As sub-zero temperatures and snow and ice blanket a large portion of the country, we turn our attentions to hypothermia, frostbite, and carbon monoxide poisoning from the nurse, nurse practitioner, and physician assistant standpoint. We look at the signs & symptoms, treatments and do's and don'ts of each of those. In our Story You May Have Missed, …
 
Dr. Paulius Mui, a family medicine resident, discusses Table Rounds, the medical card game he co-created to help medical students learn medical terms and topics. [02:25] Understanding Table Rounds and How You Can Benefit From it [06:31] Active Learning Through Gamification [11:07] Why Most Games Require Some Foundational Knowledge [12:58] The Futur…
 
Elevated intracranial pressure (ICP) was just discussed in our last podcast on head injuries. However, we briefly mentioned how there is a certain amount of controversy on this subject. This separate podcast is to act as a supplement to the Chapter 6 ATLS podcast on head trauma that was just covered. We find this particularly important given how lo…
 
Gabe Wyner, author of Fluent Forever, is fluent in 8 languages and has developed multiple strategies for mnemonics-based learning. Today’s episode will cover how to apply those strategies to the medical field. [2:20] Developing Initial Learning Strategies. [7:10] Implementing Memory Skills: Pre-packaged vs. Personalized Options [10:08] Levels of Pr…
 
Dr. Amreet Sidhu is a Toronto-born Internal Medicine Resident based in Detroit. He is the creator of Brosencephalon, a comprehensive set of pre-clinical flashcards created for self-study that spread worldwide. Amreet’s cards have evolved into a community-driven project by medical students for medical students. Today’s episode will cover the inspira…
 
We received quite a bit of feedback with the last podcast and requests to discuss specifically the variants and their potential impacts on the current COVID-19 vaccines. It is worth noting that at the time of this publication there is still limited data but we discuss the key concepts and takeaways with the current knowledge we have on the topic.…
 
**Disclaimer - This episode we discuss domestic violence and graphically discuss the injuries resulting from this incident. Listener discretion is advised. ** If you are a victim of domestic violence or not in a safe place, please reach out for help. Domestic Violence Hotline 800-799-SAFE. As Eric says in this episode, you are worth it! We did a sh…
 
Dr. Anthony Metivier is a prolific speaker, bestselling author, and creator of the Magnetic Memory Method. This is his third time guesting on the podcast and joins us today to discuss the Magnetic Memory Method, overcoming obstacles to retention and common memory misconceptions. [2:15] About Anthony’s TEDx Talk and New Book ‘The Victorious Mind’ [4…
 
Want to watch this podcast instead? (you'll quickly see we have good faces for podcasting!): https://youtu.be/go9Edf69LDw Support PA Startup, subscribe to our channel--I mean, we might as well make this official, am I right? How do you find a good fit as a new graduate who is just wanting to get hired? Too often new grads take a job without thinkin…
 
This is the audio from our FB Live on 1/23/2020 when we discussed some Moral Dilemmas. With FB Live we were also able to poll the audience and get there answers to the questions as well. As healthcare workers, we are tasked with ethical and moral decisions daily and this was a more fun way to discuss that. In our Story You May Have Missed, we discu…
 
There have already been many podcasts discussing COVID-19 vaccines, so what makes this one different and worth listening to now? This podcast is more about some of the key highlights and frequent questions asked to help listeners get the right resources and information.
 
Please help support our YouTube channel: like and subscribe this video (you'll have to look past our ugly faces!!) http://hyperurl.co/PASU_YouTube We gave students a little bit of a hard time on our "Things You SHOULDN'T Do on Rotations" episode, so it's only fair to follow up with ways you can stand out. Show notes: https://pastartup.co/episode034…
 
Hopefully your 2021 has started off on the right foot and you have put 2020 in the rearview. For the cardiovascular topic of 2021, I wanted to cover something that really gave me fits while I was in school and even in clinical practice……bundle branch blocks. We will review the electrical conduction system of the heart, the EKG criteria for diagnosi…
 
Dr. Ali Abdaal discusses evidence-based study methods for medical students, tips for using medical flashcards, and the role of fun in productivity. [01:36] Evidence-Based Study Techniques [04:55] Anki and Other Flashcard Apps [06:35] Mnemonics and Memory Palaces [08:27] Tips for Using Flashcards [12:36] Defining Productivity & How to be Productive …
 
We are back at it again with our newest ATLS podcast. This time we are focusing on the abdomen and pelvis which can be host to a wide range of severe pathology. Given its many intricacies, we focused most on the highlights from ATLS Chapter 5 including the key "red text" that it emphasizes.
 
In this episode, we welcome Brent Lacey, MD to the show. Brent is a gastroenterologist and well versed in financial planning both professionally and personally. While we will have him back to discuss those, the purpose of this episode is discussion of his article written about a year ago on KevinMD, "Stop the war on PAs and NPs". We discuss stoppin…
 
We are excited to introduce our other new show to our listeners, Nurse Papa. This is a bonus episode and a portion of David's first Nurse Papa episode. Make sure you subscribe to Nurse Papa where ever you download podcasts now. And to reach out with a letter that may be answered on a future episode, email david@nursepapathebook.com…
 
Dr. Leila Javidi and Chase DiMarco discuss when students should ask for help and the perks of personalized coaching. [00:34] How Dr. Leila Joined Med School Tutors [03:10] When Should You Get a Tutor? [04:35] Personalized Learning Through Coaching [07:05] How to Sign Up for 1:1 Tutoring at MST [09:43] MST’s Competitive Advantage [13:08] Med School …
 
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