The Doctor's Farmacy with Mark Hyman, M.D.

Dr. Mark Hyman

How To Create A Happy Mind And Happy Life with Dr. Rangan Chatterjee

This episode is brought to you by Gut Food, Rupa Health, BiOptimizers, and Beekeeper’s Natural.As humans, we’re natural storytellers. We like telling our friends the funny thing that happened at work, but we’re also really good at making up stories about things that happen in life and applying them to our identity and worldview. We can start believing these stories all too easily. But, they’re actually just stories! And we have a choice about what we believe and how we create our reality. I’m so excited to share this conversation I recently had with my good friend Dr. Rangan Chatterjee, all about cultivating greater health and happiness by breaking down the barriers we’ve put up in our own minds.  Dr. Rangan Chatterjee is regarded as one of the most influential doctors in the UK. Host of the #1 Apple podcast, Feel Better, Live More, and presenter of BBC 1’s Doctor in the House, Dr. Chatterjee is t

The Peter Attia Drive

Peter Attia, MD

#210 - Lp(a) and its impact on heart disease | Benoît Arsenault, Ph.D.

View the Show Notes Page for This Episode Become a Member to Receive Exclusive Content Sign Up to Receive Peter’s Weekly Newsletter Benoît Arsenault is a research scientist focused on understanding how lifestyle and genetic factors contribute to cardiovascular disease risk. In this episode, the discussion casts a spotlight on Lp(a)—the single most important genetically-inherited trait when it comes to atherosclerotic cardiovascular disease (ASCVD) risk. Benoît explains the biology of Lp(a), how it’s inherited, the importance of measuring Lp(a) levels, and the diseases most associated with high Lp(a). He dives into data on the possible treatments for lowering Lp(a) such niacin, statins, and PCSK9 inhibitors, as well as the most exciting new potential therapeutic—antisense oligonucleotides. We discuss: How Benoît came to study Lp(a)—a new marker for cardiovascular risk [3:15]; The relationship between L

The Dr. Gabrielle Lyon Show

Dr. Gabrielle Lyon

The Dr. Gabrielle Lyon Show promotes a healthy world, and in order to have a healthy world, we must have transparent conversations. This show is dedicated to such conversations as the listener; your education, understanding, strength, and health are the primary focus. The goal of this show is to provide you with a framework for navigating the health and wellness space and, most importantly, being the champion of your own life. Guests include highly trustworthy professionals that bring both the art and science of wellness aspects that are both physical and mental. Dr. Gabrielle Lyon is a Washington University fellowship-trained physician who serves the innovators, mavericks, and leaders in their fields, as well as working closely with the Special Operations Military. She is the founder of the Institute of Muscle-Centric Medicine® and serves patients worldwide.

Fundamental Health with Paul Saladino, MD

Paul Saladino, MD

AMA (Ask me anything): Black seed oil, polyester clothes, carbohydrate cravings, constipation, and how to detox from seed oils...

A note from Paul: Throughout my training and practice as a physician, I have come to one very disappointing conclusion:  Western medicine isn’t helping people lead better lives. Now that I’ve realized this, I’ve become obsessed with understanding what makes us healthy or ill. I want to live the best life I can and I want to be able to share this knowledge with others so that they can do the same. This podcast is the result of my relentless search to understand the roots of chronic disease. If you want to know how to live the most radical life possible I hope you’ll join me on this journey. Today on the podcast, Paul answers listener questions such as: Is polyester affecting fertility? Is Black Seed Oil a superfood or BS? Is the liver actually a filter? Does Paul ever “fall off the wagon?” He also offers listeners advice on constipation, explaining

The Doctor's Art

Henry Bair and Tyler Johnson

The practice of medicine–filled with moments of joy, suffering, grace, sorrow, and hope–offers a window into the human condition. Though serving as guides and companions to patients’ illness experiences is profoundly meaningful work, the busy nature of modern medicine can blind its own practitioners to the reasons they entered it in the first place. Join oncologist Tyler Johnson and medical trainee Henry Bair as they meet with doctors, patients, leaders, educators, and others in healthcare, to explore stories on finding and nourishing meaning in medicine. This podcast is for anyone striving for a deeper connection with their medical journey. Visit for more information.

The Curbsiders Internal Medicine Podcast

The Curbsiders Internal Medicine Podcast

#341: Headache Update: Making Migraines Less Painful with Dr. Kevin Weber

Dr. Kevin Weber @KwebMD (Ohio State University Wexner Medical School) takes the pain out of headache management!  Have the confidence to prescribe new CGRP-antagonists and ditans for migraine prevention and acute relief.  We also dive deep into when to order imaging and alternatives like infusions and devices. 

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Rhonda Patrick, Ph.D.

Intestinal Permeability: the Bacterial link to Aging, Brain Barrier Dysfunction & Metabolic Disorder

The intestinal barrier serves as a gatekeeper to the human body. The loss of the health and integrity of this barrier influences multiple aspects of human health – including cardiometabolic function, neurological health, behavior, and more – in surprising and unexpected ways. One of these ways involves lipopolysaccharide, or LPS, a bacterial product that arises in the intestine, and its interaction with far distal tissues and organs via the induction of immune mediators. Dr. Rhonda Patrick was the keynote speaker for the Metabolic Health Summit, held May 5 – 8, 2022, in Santa Barbara, California. Her presentation described the role that intestinal permeability and bacterial products play in aging, inflammation, and chronic disease. Show notes and video CHAPTERS: 06:04 - Introduction 08:12 - Atherosclerosis 13:49 - Brain 16:07 - Circulating LPS and behavior 19:05 - Toll-

The Root Cause Medicine Podcast

Rupa Health

Using Food as a Medicine Approach to Address Mental Health and Make Your Brain Hormones with Dr. Kate Henry, a Naturopathic Doctor and Wellness Speaker

In this episode of The Root Cause Medicine Podcast, Dr. Carrie Jones is joined by Dr. Kate Henry, a Naturopathic Doctor and Wellness Speaker. They discuss food as a medicine approach to mental health and the physiology of the vitamins, nutrients, and amino acids that make up the neurotransmitters in our brain.

Core IM | Internal Medicine Podcast

Core IM Team

#105 Sickle Cell: 5 Pearls Segment

What are the indications for a simple transfusion? And what the indications for an exchange transfusion? What is your approach to pain management in patients with sickle cell? What are the treatment options for sickle cell and which ones actually decrease sickle crisis and improve mortality? What are some of the major sickle cell complications to watch out for and how can we prevent some of them?Show notes, Transcript and References: Pearl 14:48 Pearl 218:43 Pearl 329:45 Pearl 435:22 Pearl 5Tags: IM Core, CoreIM, hematology oncology, health inequity, vaso-occlusive crisis

As a Woman

Natalie Crawford, MD

129: Lifestyle and Fertility, with Dr. Ashley Eskew

Join host Dr. Natalie Crawford as she discusses lifestyle and fertility with Dr. Ashley Eskew co-founder of OvulifeMD. As fertilty doctors, they know what is important on how your life can influence your fertility. Listen as they review diet, supplements, exercise, stress, and more if you are trying to conceive, undergoing fertility treatments, or struggling with infertility.

Real Life Pharmacology - Pharmacology Education for Health Care Professionals

Eric Christianson, PharmD; Pharmacology Expert and Clinical Pharmacist

Inhaled Budesonide Pharmacology

On this episode of the podcast, I cover budesonide (Pulmicort) pharmacology. Our sponsor ( for this episode is providing a FREE PDF of their inhaled corticosteroid categorizations chart (i.e. low/medium/high dose ICS) when you sign up for a free account!

The onset of action of inhaled budesonide is several hours up to a few days. Patient education is critical to ensure that patients stick with its use.

Budesonide does have a nebulized formulation that is often used in pediatrics and geriatrics.

There aren't a ton of critical drug interactions, but you should think about medications that inhibit CYP3A4 and may have additive immunosuppressive effects.


Dr. Peter McCullough

Critical Care Scenarios

Critical Care Scenarios

TIRBO #10: Put the I back in Team

When it’s a bad idea to help out others with their work.

Straight A Nursing

Straight A Nursing

Bisphosphonates NCLEX Review: Episode 215

In this episode, I’m breaking down bisphosphonates, a class of drugs often used in the treatment of osteoporosis.

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EMCrit Podcast

Scott D. Weingart, MD

EMCrit 326 - sICH Guidelines with Neha and Casey

Juicebox Podcast: Type 1 Diabetes

Scott Benner

#644 Defining Thyroid: Proper Dosing

Scott and Jenny Smith define thyroid terms. In this Defining Thyroid episode, Scott and Jenny explain how to take your thyroid meds. Show notes for people who are Bold with Insulin Learn about the Dexcom CGM You may be eligible for a free 30 day supply of the Omnipod DASH  Get Gvoke Glucagon  Learn about Touched By Type 1 CONTOUR NEXT ONE smart meter and CONTOUR DIABETES app Tak the T1DExchange survey A full list of our sponsors  How to listen, disclaimer and more Apple Podcasts> Subscribe to the podcast today! The podcast is available on Spotify, Google Play, iHeartRadioRadio Public, Amazon Music and all Android devices The show is now available as an Alexa skill. My type 1 diabetes parenting blog Arden's Day Listen to the Juicebox Podcast online Read my award winning memoir: Life Is Short, Laundry Is Eternal: Confessions of a Stay-At-Home Dad The Juicebox Podcast is a free show, but if you'd like to support the podcast directly, you

The Internet Book of Critical Care Podcast

Adam Thomas & Josh Farkas

IBCC Episode 124- Neuroprognostication After Cardiac Death

In this beast of a 53 minute podcast, we tackle the approach to prognosticating neurologic function of our patients after cardiac arrest. This is hard! As Dick Cheney taught us, there are lots of known and unknown-unknowns. Read through the chapter, then come listen to all things: nuances around confounders, using structural and functional tests. How imaging can lead us astray. Is there a troponin of the brain? Josh even admits to what he'd take to the proverbial desert island. 

The Matt Walker Podcast

Dr. Matt Walker

#19: Dreams - Part 2

In the second episode of this series about REM sleep dreaming, Matt explores what the science has to say not only about how we dream at the brain level, but what it is that we dream about.  Traditionally, civilizations such as those in ancient Egypt, believed that dreams were a form of divine intervention--a message from the heavens. Thereafter, Matt discusses Sigmund Freud, who introduced the notion of dreams originating from within the brain, not the heavens, and thus could be considered a science of the brain/mind. However, Freud went on to develop the (non-scientific) theory that dreams reflected the expression of our subconscious desires, but that those repressed wishes were transformed and disguised by the brain into a dream narrative.Freud's theory suggests that, as we dream, our repressed wishes pass through a sensor in our mind, and then come out the other side as unrecognizable experiences to the dreamer.  Freud believed that he understood

RFK Jr The Defender Podcast

Robert Kennedy Jr

Jailing Dissonance with Willem Engel

Willem Engel tells his story to RFK Jr after being released from prison. On March 16, 2022, Willem Engel was suddenly arrested like a felon on the open street and handcuffed. 
What exactly he was accused of did not seem to be clear to the surprised Engel... listen to the story in this episode.
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Wellness: Fact vs. Fiction

Danielle Belardo

Beyond Borders - Stories of Bravery, Dignity and Kindness From Ukraine

This is a very special episode as Dr. Danielle Belardo welcomes Ukrainian American physician Dr. Marianna Blokh and her mother, Natalia Blokh, to discuss the impacts of the Russia-Ukraine war on their lives and the lives of their loved ones, some of whom are still in Ukraine. Both Marianna and Natalia assisted with translating via facetime 24 hours a day for Danielle as she supplied medical attention to Ukrainian refugees crossing the border into Poland. The medical tent was the first stop and the bravery, dignity, and pain of the women, children and elderly individuals seeking refuge was undeniable. On today’s episode, Danielle shares her experience working at the border, updates listeners on a few of the inspiring people she met, and breaks down some of the misinformation and misconceptions about the war. 
Special thanks to Marianna and Natalia, for their selfless dedication and willi

Harrison's PodClass: Internal Medicine Cases and Board Prep


Courtesy of AccessMedicine, Harrison’s PodClass delivers illuminating and engaging discussions on key principles of internal medicine, around board-style case vignettes from the acclaimed McGraw-Hill book, Harrison’s Self-Assessment and Board Review.

The Curious Clinicians

The Curious Clinicians

49 - Curious Incidents in the Nighttime

On this episode, The Curious Clinicians explore why obstructive sleep apnea can cause nocturia. Check out the show notes here. Click here to obtain AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™ (0.5 hours), Non-Physician Attendance (0.5 hours), or ABIM MOC Part 2 (0.5 hours). Audio edited by Clair Morgan of

The Gutsy Gynecologist™️ Show

Dr. Tabatha

Episode 101: How to Change Your Life & Health Through Positive Psychology, with Dr. Sandi Scheinbaum

This week we are talking about positive psychology. What the heck is positive psychology? Positive psychology is a branch of psychology that focuses on character strengths and the behaviors that allow us as individuals to build a life of meaning and purpose. It helps us to move beyond surviving and to flourish. It’s what’s needed for you to create the life that you want, have the body that you desire, feel the way that you need, and have the relationships that you crave. It all comes down to your mindset and how you view yourself in the world.My guest on today’s episode is Dr. Sandi Scheinbaum. She trains people to become functional medicine health coaches and helps practitioners, like me, find coaches for their practice. She believes that growing the health coaching profession will be the solution to combating chronic disease and lowering health care costs. She is trying

The Sports Physical Therapy Podcast

Mike Reinold

The Sports Physical Therapy Podcast, hosted by Mike Reinold, features interviews with established and emerging leaders in the field of sports physical therapy and performance training. Stay current by combining recent evidence, clinical experience, and career advice from some of the leading experts in sports medicine.

The Empowering Neurologist Podcast

David Perlmutter MD

How to Enter Ketosis without Restrictive Diets - with Dr. Steven Gundry | EP 148

We are hearing so much these days about the benefit of a ketogenic diet. But while there may be benefits, it's not necessarily the easiest diet for everyone to engage. Further, staying in ketosis for an extended period of time may actually be associated with some fairly significant threats to our health.


Today I'm speaking with Dr. Steven Gundry about his new book, Unlocking the Keto Code. I have to admit that at first, I thought this was going to be another way of engaging the ketogenic diet. But I soon learned that what this book is actually focused on is first, unraveling why a ketogenic diet is beneficial, and secondly, after the reader understands the importance of the mechanisms underlying the ketogenic diet, it provides them the tools for bringing these mechanisms online without specifically going into ketosis.


That certainly sounds like a

Dr. Matt and Dr. Mike's Medical Podcast

Dr Mike Todorovic

Dr Matt Barton and Dr Mike Todorovic are Senior Lecturers of Anatomy and Physiology at Griffth University. They love teaching people about how the body works!

Emergency Medicine Cases

Dr. Anton Helman

Ep 169 Cardiac Arrest Controversies – Chest Compressions, Dual Defibrillation, Medications and Airway

In this first part of our 2-part series on Cardiac Arrest Controversies Rob Simard, Bourke Tillman, Sara Gray and Scott Weingart discuss with Anton how best to ensure high quality chest compressions, the pros and cons of mechanical CPR, the literature on dual sequential defibrillation and optimizing pad placement, epinephrine vs vasopressin, amiodarone vs lidocaine, when to consider IV calcium and sodium bicarbonate, esmolol, airway considerations, sedation in cardiac arrest, the pros and cons of end-tidal CO2 and more...
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Docs Who Lift

Docs Who Lift

Do you need a continuous glucose monitor?

Some people say everyone needs a continuous glucose monitor (CGM). Some people say that no one needs one.
Drs. Karl and Spencer and joined by two other endocrinologists and two other diabetes educators to discuss:

What are CGMs?
Do they help in type 1 or 2 diabetes or even prediabetes?
What about those without blood sugar issues?

AFP: American Family Physician Podcast

American Academy of Family Physicians

Episode 152 -- February 2022 -- Part 2 AFP: American Family Physician

Topical nitroglycerin for lower-extremity tendinopathy (1:30), maturity-onset diabetes of the young (3:30), remdesivir for COVID-19 (9:50), pulmonary rehabilitation (13:00), borderline personality disorder (15:20), and Cologuard for colorectal cancer screening (19:00).

Cardionerds: A Cardiology Podcast


211. Case Report: A Zebra in Polka Dots – Coronary Intervention With Glanzmann Thrombasthenia – UCLA

CardioNerds (Amit and Dan) join Dr. Omid Amidi (CardioNerds Academy Graduate) and Dr. Marwah Shahid from the UCLA Cardiology Fellowship program along with Dr. Evelyn Song (CardioNerds Academy House Faculty and Heart Failure Hospitalist at UCSF) to discuss a complex case focused on management of severe coronary artery disease in a patient with Glanzmann thrombasthenia. Dr. Rushi Parikh (Interventional cardiologist, UCLA) provides the ECPR for this episode. Audio editing by CardioNerds Academy Intern, student doctor Akiva Rosenzveig.

Glanzmann Thrombasthenia is a bleeding disorder due to impairment of platelet aggregation secondary to a mutation in the GPIIB/IIIA receptor. This case is focused on work up of stable coronary artery disease followed by a discussion on duration of dual antiplatelet therapy post percutaneous coronary intervention in a patient

The Neuro Experience with Louisa Nicola

Neuro Athletics

Your DNA is not your only story. Genomics based Medicine with Wild Health

In most cases, your genes have less than five per cent to do with your risk of developing a particular disease, in fact the vast majority of diseases, including many cancers, diabetes, and Alzheimer's disease, have a genetic contribution of 5 to 10 per cent at best.To learn more about this I brough Dr Mike Malin and Dr Mike Stone from Wild Health on the podcast today to talk about all genomics based medicine. At Wild Health, they combine an in-depth genetic analysis with extensive blood work and a lifestyle assessment to provide you with a fully comprehensive picture of your health like you’ve never seen it before. You’ll receive a 50+ page report covering everything from your optimal diet, exercise and supplement routine to your risks of chronic disease and prevention strategies. You also get paired with a dedicated doctor and health coach who will help you understand and apply the biggest opport

Behind The Knife: The Surgery Podcast

Behind The Knife: The Surgery Podcast

Journal Review in Hepatobiliary Surgery: Genomics of Colorectal Liver Metastasis

Colorectal liver metastasis (CRLM) is a complex clinical situation requiring multidisciplinary management. In this episode from the Hepato-Pancreato-Biliary team at Behind the Knife, we review the genomics of CRLM, discuss a journal article investigating the frequency and impact of these mutations on survival in patients with stage IV disease, and interview the senior author Dr. Jean-Nicholas Vauthey about this research and his career in HPB.

Timothy Vreeland, MD, FACS (@vreelant) is an Associate Professor of Surgery at the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences and Surgical Oncologist at Brooke Army Medical Center

Daniel Nelson, DO, FACS (@usarmydoc24) is an Associate Professor of Surgery at the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences and Surgical Oncologist at William Beaumont Army Medical Center

Connor Chick, MD (@c

The Thyroid Fixer

Dr. Amie Hornaman

High SHBG Can Lower Thyroid Hormone and Testosterone

You asked...I responded...Why don't you want to be walking around with a High SHBG (sex hormone binding globulin)? Tune in to this episode where I will answer why you may be experiencing a high SHBG, and of course what you can do about it. So many contributing factors here that you must consider for yourself in this total hormone lesson.Podcast Sponsor: Athletic GreensProducts mentioned:Calcium D Glucarate: Detox Support Packets: Study:'S GET YOUR LIFE BACK...Connect with Dr. Amie HornamanBook a free discovery call: are worth the effort it will take and I will get you there. Trust the process!CONNECT WITH ME ON SOCIAL MEDIA:If you haven't already done so:Join my exclus

Life In Scrubs

Life In Scrubs

Welcome to Life In Scrubs Podcast – a podcast hosted by nurses, for nurses! Our podcast is mainly geared toward nursing students and new graduate nurses, however, we hope all healthcare professionals can find our information helpful. Our goal is to inspire, educate, and empower future and current nurses as they navigate the world of nursing. Join us weekly as we share our insights and experiences, answer common nursing questions, and dive into all things related to life in scrubs!

The Nurse Blake Podcast

Nurse Blake

#39 - Season Finale: 2021 In Review

Happy New Year! I’m sad to say I will be taking a bit of a hiatus, so this will be the season finale for The Nurse Blake Podcast. I appreciate every listener, but I have a lot of other exciting things planned for 2022. Stay subscribed because I’ll be back for NurseCon at Sea in April!
As usual I’m with my husband Brett with two T’s, and I’m going over all of my favorite things this past year. I share my favorite thing this week, which is artificial turf for my pups! Then, Brett and I recap our winter break vacation in the British Virgin Islands. We spotted Jeff Bezos’ mega yacht, and we ran into a bunch of nurses! We also talk about our favorite songs, tv shows, and movies we watched in 2021.
Brett and I reflect on some major milestones from 2021, and our goals for this year. I also cover trends that may shape the nursing profession in 2022. After that, we play a game that quizzes our knowledge on what was searched the most on Go

Emergency Medical Minute

Emergency Medical Minute

Mental Health Monthly #11: De-escalation: Changing Confrontation to Collaboration

Contributor: Dr. Kimberly Nordstrom De-escalation usually takes less time than physical and chemical restraints, which leads to decreased injury to staff members, better patient trust and increased patient throughput as accepting facilities oftentimes delay transfer acceptance following physical restraints Prepare to engage prior to entering their room in two ways: cognitively and emotionally Why do you want to de-escalate the patient? Remind yourself you don’t want to introduce more trauma Check your emotions, and ensure you don’t bring your emotional state into If possible, engage the patient when they’re in mild agitation before their anger is out of control Be authoritative not authoritarian or permissive, impart your expertise in medicine and explain your rationale to them without claiming to be an expert on them personally Small acts of kindness like the provision of a warm blanket, s

Up My Nursing Game


#25 The Awake and Walking ICU

Propofol and Ativan are a nurses best friend, right? WRONG. Kali Dayton, RN, DNP from the podcast Walking Home from the ICU challenges us to rethink delirium in a way that not only produce better patient outcomes but substantially decrease the nurses workload in the long run.Use the promo code UMNG10 to get 10% off your order from Stoggles.Up My Nursing Game is partnering with VCU Health Continuing Education to offer FREE continuing education credits for registered nurses. Click here to obtain nursing credit (1.00).See the show notes at

Stay Off My Operating Table

Dr. Philip Ovadia

S2E02 - 10 Ways Business Owners Can Improve Employee Health

Healthcare costs are out of control. This episode of SOMOT addresses 10 concrete ways business owners can make a difference in healthcare for themselves and their employees. Connect with Dr. Ovadia:TwitterWebsiteThe Stronger Hearts SocietyAmazon Theme Song : Rage AgainstWritten & Performed by Logan Gritton & Colin Gailey(c) 2016 Mercury Retro RecordingsProduced by Jack Heald

Good Nurse Bad Nurse

Good Nurse Bad Nurse

Good Nurse Maggie Bad South Florida Doctor

Trigger Warning: This episode may not be suitable for some listeners as it contains mentions of self-harm and domestic violence. Discretion is advised. 
Maggie, host of the popular Nursing Uncharted podcast, joins Tina to discuss the true crime story of a South Florida doctor with a history of violence. The episode, as always, acknowledges a good nurse from the healthcare community. We are thrilled to have Maggie as this week's good nurse! Tina interviews Maggie, and they discuss issues that nurses are currently facing such as burnout. 
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Bedside Rounds

Adam Rodman, MD, MPH, FACP

67 - Fever on the Frontier

In the early 19th century, a strange new illness, seemingly unknown to medicine, ravaged settler communities in the American Middle West. As fierce debates about this new disease, now called milk sickness, raged – was it from toxic swamp gasses? arsenic in the soil? infectious microorganisms? from the poor constitutions of the settlers – an irregular medicine woman named Dr. Anna and an indigenous Shawnee healer discovered the cause of the disease and successfully prevented it in their community. But their discovery went unheeded for over a half century. This is a live podcast that I gave to the South Dakota chapter of the American College of Physicians – plus a new Stethospeaks with Dr. Umme H. Faisal on the history of Resusci-Annie’s mysteriously serene face!   Teepublic store:   Sources: DOYLE JT. Milk sickness. N C Med J. 1947 Jul;8(7):404-10. PMID: 20250350. Furbee L, Snively WD Jr. Milk sickness

Medgeeks Clinical Review Podcast


Staying Healthy While Flying

Traveling these days requires a more detailed approach, but it can still be done while minimizing the risks. Wonder why your patients are so flatulent while flying? Want to know how  to prevent those air cabin sinus infections?  We've got the answer. Join Dr. Niket Sonpal as he goes over how to stay safe while flying in this week's podcast.  - We've been in the business of helping students and clinicians learn better medicine, get ahead, and ultimately live more fulfilled lives they're proud of for nearly 10 years. Because of this, we've undoubtedly have a resource to help you. Because you're a podcast listener, we also want to give you access at no cost! Click here to get your hands on your free training [] - Our goal at Medgeeks is to help you live the life you want to live as you navigate a career in medicine. This looks different to everyone, which is why we take such a personalized approach.  Whether you want

Core EM - Emergency Medicine Podcast

Core EM

Core EM is dedicated to bringing Emergency Providers all things core content Emergency Medicine. In the true spirit of Emergency Medicine our content is available to anyone, anywhere, anytime.

The Doctor's Kitchen Podcast

Dr Rupy Aujla

#154 Sleep Better and train your Clock with Professor Russell Foster BSc PhD FRS

Why do we sleep? It seems like such a luxury, an evolutionary oversight, a privilege some might say? But on today’s episode with Professor Russel Foster you’ll learn about why sleep is having a renaissance in both the way we think about it as a means to health as well as how the workforce should embrace it for enhanced creativity and productivity .Russell Foster is Professor of Circadian Neuroscience, Director of the Sleep and Circadian Neuroscience Institute (SCNi) and Head of the Nuffield Laboratory of Ophthalmology at the University of Oxford. His latest book “Life Time” is a fantastic dive into everything circadian clock related and I absolutely loved it.Today we talk about:What Circadian rhythms areSleep pressureWhy we sleep and what happens when we sleepThe concept of circadian ‘entrainment’How the visual system interacts with the brainThe suprachiasmatic nuclei (SNC) as the master clockHo

The Handoff

Trusted Health

Presented by Trusted Health, The Handoff is a podcast that dives into the most pressing topics in nursing, from burnout and mental health to diversity in nursing to the latest clinical innovations. Each episode features discussions that will help nurses and nurse leaders do their jobs better, whether that’s at the bedside, managing a unit or an entire health system. Tune in each week to hear host Doctor Nurse Dan Weberg, an author, provocateur, and the Head of Clinical Innovation at Trusted Health, go deep with guests you won’t hear anywhere else.

Anesthesia and Critical Care Reviews and Commentary (ACCRAC) Podcast

Jed Wolpaw

Episode 230: AI in Healthcare with Greg Booth

In this 230th episode I welcome Dr. Greg Booth to the show to discuss how artificial intelligence can be used in healthcare, how it works, what the benefits are, and what the potential downsides are that we need to be aware of.Advertising Inquiries: & Opt-Out:

CREOGs Over Coffee

Brown Ob/Gyn Residency

Episode 165: Permanent Sterilization with Dr. Aparna Sridhar

Today we are joined by Dr. Sridhar from UCLA to talk about permanent sterilization. She is a family planning trained Ob/Gyn and answers all our questions about both tubal ligation and vasectomy! 

Don't forget to check out our Rosh Review question of the week! Go on our website to find out how to win a whole year's worth of board review questions. 

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Pediatrics On Call


Access to Reproductive Health Care, Impacts of School Resegregation – Ep. 114

In this episode Margaret Stager, MD, FAAP, chair of the AAP Section on Adolescent Health, joins the podcast to emphasize the importance of reproductive health care and education. Hosts David Hill, MD, FAAP, and Joanna Parga-Belinkie, MD, FAAP, also talk with Rita Hamad, MD, PhD, about trends toward resegregation in U.S. public schools. For resources go to

NEJM This Week — Audio Summaries

The New England Journal of Medicine

NEJM This Week — April 7, 2022

Featuring articles on endovascular therapy for large cerebral infarction, population immunity and Covid-19 severity with the omicron variant in South Africa, tebipenem for complicated urinary tract infection, an implanted stimulator in multiple-system atrophy, U.S. medical faculty diversity over four decades, and the origins of calcific aortic stenosis; a review article on the laboratory diagnosis of Creutzfeldt–Jakob disease; a Clinical Problem-Solving describing a burning question; and Perspective articles on ten years of Choosing Wisely to reduce low-value care, on putting health and equity at the center of the climate movement, and on the wild west of checkpoint inhibitor development.

WarDocs - The Military Medicine Podcast

Doug Soderdahl, Wayne Causey, Kevin Kniery

CSM (Ret.) Rudolfo (Rudy) Delvalle- Combat Ranger Medic to Command Sergeant Major of Walter Reed Army Medical Center: Soldier Medic Leading the Way.

CSM Delvalle is a retired 68W combat medic who conducted a combat jump into Panama, served as First Sergeant in a deployment to Kosovo, and rose to become the Command Sergeant Major of Walter Reed Army Medical Center.

   In this episode you will hear CSM Delvalle describe how medics serve throughout the military medical system from operational units to assignments within Military Medical Treatment Facilities.  He provides examples of his experiences in the Ranger Battalion as a heavy weapons platoon medic and the lessons he learned to train medics to be their best. From his combat jump into Panama to training off the back of an aircraft carrier preparing for a combat mission in Haiti, he shares examples of the great opportunities he was given and how medical providers should train for the battlefield.  He also discuss

Low Carb MD Podcast

Dr. Brian Lenzkes & Dr. Tro

Episode 220: Dr. Frédéric Leroy

Thank you for joining us for another episode of the Low Carb MD Podcast. Dr. Frédéric Leroy is a food scientist who has done amazing and important work in exposing biases in nutrition research. He is a professor of Food Science and Biotech in Belgium. His research areas include animal sourced foods, fermented foods, and nutrition. In this discussion, Drs. Brian, Tro, and Frédéric talk about why/how meat became so controversial, the ancient and vital innovation of fermented meat, the difference between real science and institutionalized science, the religious influence behind much of the demonization of red meat and the promotion of plant based foods, technocracy and its effects on nutritional dogma, academic bullying in the nutritional research space, big food lobbying, and changing the nutritional landscape by empowering people with information. For more information, please see the links below. Thank you for listening! Links: Dr. Frédéric Ler

Health Discovered


How to Raise Happy Kids

Stress, anxiety, and depression are rising among kids and teens. What can we do to help them? In her new book, Building Happier Kids, pediatrician Hansa Bhargava, MD, chief medical officer at Medscape Education, talks about how the world today is affecting our children -- and shares practical tools for kids and parents. 

JAMA Clinical Reviews

JAMA Network

Adverse Pregnancy Outcomes and Long-term Health Risks

After certain adverse pregnancy outcomes, an individual’s risk for cardiovascular and other diseases increases. JAMA Associate Editor Linda Brubaker, MD, discusses these complications as indicators of future health problems, who is at risk, and what can be done to improve health for at-risk individuals and populations with Lynn M. Yee, MD, MPH, and JAMA Senior Editor Philip Greenland, MD, from Northwestern University, and Eliza C. Miller, MD, MS, from Columbia University. Related Content: Mitigating the Long-term Health Risks of Adverse Pregnancy Outcomes To Prevent Cardiovascular Disease, Pay Attention to Pregnancy Complications

Like Mind, Like Body

Curable: The program for chronic pain recovery


Can our thoughts and feelings really miraculously heal, or slowly destroy our physical health and well being? Join us as we interview top researchers, best-selling authors, and field experts about the astonishing ways the mind can affect the body. Powered by Curable, an online program that uses mindbody techniques to relieve chronic pain. Music: NCLEX® Question of the Day (Nursing Podcast for NCLEX® Prep and Nursing School) by (NRSNG)

Jon Haws RN: Critical Care Nurse & NCLEX Educator

Nursing Stories About Mom’s (Mother’s Day 2021)

What’s going on everybody. This is Jon Haws, RN, founder of And I’m here to just talk to you guys about, well, it’s mother’s day, to be honest. And I’m here to just tell you a story, of one mom that really sticks out in my mind that, or maybe two moms that really […]
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Overcoming Emotional Eating

Wendi Francis

What To Say Instead Of Should LIVE Q&A

In this episode of The OVERCOMING Emotional Overeating podcast, Wendi is on a live prerecorded line talking with a client about what to say instead of should. What do the shoulds do and how do we get rid of them, Whenever you say should, it is a shame-based response and it moves you into a different element of negativity.

FOAMcast - An Emergency Medicine Podcast


The End of Diphenhydramine

Diphenhydramine (Benadryl) and other first-generation antihistamines are commonly used, despite decades of data that there are safer and effective alternatives.  In this podcast, we review the guidelines / data behind common indications. References at Thanks for listening! Lauren Westafer

The Egg Whisperer Show

Dr. Aimee Eyvazzadeh

Why Didn't Your IUI Work?

One of the most common questions I get asked is “Why didn't my IUI work?" It’s a great question because there are many factors that come into play with intrauterine insemination. If you're my patient, we'd start by checking the Fallopian tubes, uterus, and sperm quality first.⠀ But let's say you've done the #TUSHYcheck, the tubes are clear and everything else looks good. So why doesn't IUI work? ⠀ The answer I share with my patients is: because you're human. Yes, it's really as simple as that. ⠀ To put IUI into perspective, 90% of the time it doesn't work. ⠀ So if your IUI didn't work, I want you to know that there's nothing wrong with you, and you're normal, and human. It's that simple.⠀ Do you have questions about IVF?Click here to join Dr. Aimee for The IVF Class. The next live class call is on Monday, April 11, 2022 at 4pm PST, where Dr. Aimee will explain IVF and there will be time to ask her your questions live on Zoom. Click to find The

The Oncology Nursing Podcast

Oncology Nursing Society

Episode 197: Patient Learning Needs and Educational Assessments

How do you know that your patients are prepared to receive your education? Do you have the right educational tools and resources for their level of learning and retention? Are you sure your patients understand what you’ve taught them? ONS member Beau Amaya, MSN, RN, OCN®, associate director of patient education and engagement at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center in New York, NY, and member of the New York City ONS Chapter, joins Stephanie Jardine, BSN, RN, oncology clinical specialist at ONS, to discuss what nurses should consider when delivering patient education assessments for all phases of the treatment plan. Music Credit: "Fireflies and Stardust" by Kevin MacLeod Licensed under Creative Commons by Attribution 3.0 Earn 0.75 contact hours of nursing continuing professional development (NCPD) by listening to the full recording and completing an evaluation at by March 4, 2024.

The Laser Light Show

Dr. Chad Woolner and Dr. Andrew Wells

On the Laser Light Show we explore the science and clinical application of low level laser therapy

Becoming A Stress-Free Nurse Practitioner

Sarah Michelle

Ep #54: ADHD with Tyler Dorsey

Tyler shares her wisdom on managing ADHD during NP school, exams, and everywhere else in your life. She’s identifying some of the biggest signals of ADHD, how anxiety and ADHD can often get mixed up, and her practical strategies for setting yourself up for success.   Get full show notes and more information here:

Psychopharmacology and Psychiatry Updates

Psychopharmacology Institute

Antipsychotics for First Episodes of Psychosis

This episode discusses considerations when treating first-episode psychosis with antipsychotics, treatment principles and response, and early predictors of poor long-term course.  Faculty: Stephen Marder, M.D.  Hosts: Jessica Diaz, M.D., Flavio Guzman, M.D. Learn more about Premium Membership here Earn 0.75 CMEs: Assessment and Management of First Episode of Psychosis Management of First Episodes: Antipsychotics

Annals On Call Podcast

American College of Physicians

Evidence-Based Care of Patients with Diverticulitis

Dr. Centor discusses the diagnosis and management of diverticulitis with Dr. Lisa Strate.

EM Basic

Steve Carroll, DO

107 Crush Injuries

Join Dr. Alex Koo as he discusses the management of crush injuries. What is crush syndrome? When should you be concerned about compartment syndrome? Why can you not wait for the 6 P's to develop before treating? How should you treat? Join us for this and more!

Brain & Life

American Academy of Neurology

How do you keep your brain healthy? How can you live better every day after being diagnosed with a brain condition? Brain & Life® from the American Academy of Neurology tackles those questions and more in the only podcast dedicated to exploring the intersection of brain health and neurologic disease. Each week neurologist co-hosts Dr. Daniel Correa and Dr. Audrey Nath speak with neurology experts, celebrity advocates, and people whose lives are affected by brain conditions to educate and inspire you to maintain a healthy brain and a healthy you.

Nursing School Week by Week


8 Secrets to Success in Nursing School

These are the 8 secrets to success I've learned in my year and a half of nursing school. Success is no accident. It takes hard work, but it helps to hear tips from someone who's gone before you on this journey. #1: Take advantage of the Halo Effect#2: How to choose your study group#3: Build a strong study system#4: Reminder notifications#5: Master assignment list#6: Study group rules#7: Strong support system#8: Prioritize health

JOSPT Insights


Ep 77: Less is more—the mindset shift clinicians need for long COVID, ME and other post-viral illness, with Dr Todd Davenport

How prepared are you to support someone who is living with post-exertion symptom exacerbation? Dr Todd Davenport wants to start a conversation about re-imagining the way most of us have thought about fatigue, physical activity and exercise. Tune in to learn more about post-exertion symptom exacerbation, including what it feels like, and how to test and monitor it.

For a deeper dive on post-exertion symptom exacerbation, check out the JOSPT blog:

Lessons for long COVID from myalgic encephalomyelitis:

Abnormal physiologic response during acute exercise:

Nursing Podcast by (NRSNG) (NCLEX® Prep for Nurses and Nursing Students)

Jon Haws RN: Nursing Podcast Host, Critical Care Nurse, Nursing School Mentor, & NCLEX Educator

70+ Cheatsheets… in your scrubs pocket? (Scrubcheats App is Live)

We have discontinued the Scrubcheats app ?  . . . BUT . . . The good new is we’ve opened up EVEN MORE nursing cheatsheets. When you join you get access to over 300+ nursing cheatsheets (included on the mobile app and web). [button url=”/” external=”true” size=”full”]Learn More About[/button] Not sure if you […]
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The Audio PANCE and PANRE Physician Assistant Board Review Podcast

The Physician Assistant Life | Smarty PANCE

Podcast Episode 93: Murmurs Made Incredibly Easy (Part 3 of 5) – Pulmonary Valve Stenosis and Regurgitation

Welcome to episode 93 of the Audio PANCE and PANRE physician assistant/associate board review podcast. Today is part three of this extraordinary five-part series with Joe Gilboy PA-C, all about cardiac murmurs. In this week’s episode of the Audio PANCE and PANRE podcast, we continue our discussion of cardiac murmurs with a focus on the […]
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The FreshRN Podcast with Kati Kleber

Kati Kleber, MSN RN

When You Want More, But Your Brain Stops You

It's a lot easier to sit back into routine and normalcy, and not try new things. Our brains interpret predictability as safety. But, whenever we get bored and want to change things up, we tend to experience a lot of mental resistance. In this episode, Kati discusses how to overcome that. To learn more about Charge Nurse Jump Start, click here: Email the team to submit episode requests for next season:   Sign-up for FreshRN emails here:

Pediatric Emergency Playbook

Tim Horeczko, MD, MSCR, FACEP, FAAP

Benign Murmurs in Children


Alex Smith, Eric Widera

What We Now Know About COVID Prevention and Treatment: A Podcast with Monica Gandhi

We are two and a half years into the COVID pandemic.  We’ve lived through lockdowns, toilet paper shortages, mask mandates, hospital surges where ICU’s overflowed, a million COVID deaths, prolonged school closures, development and roll out of novel vaccines, an explosion of social isolation and loneliness, and the invention of the “zoom meeting.”  But what have we really learned over this seemingly endless pandemic other than how to make a quarantini?  Well, on today’s podcast we invite Monica Gandhi to sum up the evidence to date about how best to prevent getting COVID (or at least the severe outcomes of the disease) and how to treat it, including the role of Paxlovid in symptomatic disease. Monica Gandhi is a professor of medicine and associate division chief of HIV, Infectious Diseases, and Global Medicine at UCSF & San Francisco General Hospital.  In addition to her research publications,

NP Pulse: The Voice of the Nurse Practitioner (AANP)

American Association of Nurse Practitioners (AANP)

46. Biosimilars: Changing the Treatment Landscape for Inflammatory Conditions

NPs Lisa Kennedy Sheldon and Sharon Dudley Brown discuss how biosimilars can enrich treatment options for patients with inflammatory diseases, such as RA, psoriatic arthritis, ankylosing spondylitis, Crohn's disease and more.


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The Resus Room

Simon Laing, Rob Fenwick & James Yates

Intraosseous Access; Roadside to Resus

So, as we all know, there are loads of presentations that we see in Emergency Medicine that require us to gain rapid access to the circulation. Either to administer medicines around the body or to get fluids into the circulation. Now there’s a number of different ways we can get them into the circulatory system for them then to get to their sites of action, each of which comes with its pros and cons. There’s buccal, inhaled, intramuscular, sublingual, intranasal etc etc…. But, in the vast majority of cases we gain this access to the vasculature through intravenous access and a peripheral cannula. That means that iv access is a very common procedure in emergency care. The great news is that the equipment is cheap, there are multiple sites for insertion and it’s often feasible regardless of the patients age or presenting complaint. Compared to all the other options for drug administration, iv access and administration of drugs via the IV

PsychEd: educational psychiatry podcast


PsychEd Episode 42: Interpersonal Psychotherapy (IPT) with Dr. Paula Ravitz

Welcome to PsychEd, the psychiatry podcast for medical learners, by medical learners. This episode covers interpersonal psychotherapy (IPT) with Dr. Paula Ravitz, an Associate Professor of Psychiatry at the University of Toronto and Senior Clinician-Scientist at the Lunenfeld-Tanenbaum Research Institute of Mt Sinai Hospital. Dr. Ravitz held the Morgan Firestone Psychotherapy Chair at the Mount Sinai Hospital from 2011 to 2021 and is a past president of the International Society of Interpersonal Psychotherapy. The learning objectives for this episode are as follows:   By the end of this episode, you should be able to… Define interpersonal psychotherapy Describe the core principles and phases of IPT Become familiarized with some psychological theories underpinning IPT List some patient selection considerations for IPT Describe the efficacy and evidence base for IPT  Understand how IPT is practicall

USMLE Step 2 Secrets (An InsideTheBoards Podcast)

Ted O'Connell, MD in collaboration with InsideTheBoards

A collaboration between InsideTheBoards and Elsevier, this is Dr. Ted O'Connell's podcast of the bestselling USMLE Step 2 Secrets, 5th Edition. It features an audio optimized version of USMLE Step 2 Secrets and high yield USMLE and COMLEX style question dissections so you can learn how the experts approach exam questions. Listen while you commute, exercise, clean, or do other "life stuff". This podcast is the perfect on the go study companion for your USMLE; COMLEX; and internal medicine, surgery, pediatrics, obstetrics and gynecology, psychiatry, or family medicine shelf exams.

SCCM Podcast

Society of Critical Care Medicine (SCCM)

SCCM Pod-459: Processed EEG Monitoring in the ICU

This podcast will educate clinicians on the unfamiliar parameters of processed EEG (pEEG). Host Pamela M. Peeke, MD, MPH, FACP, FACSM, is joined by Meghan B. Lane-Fall, MD, MSHP, FCCM, to discuss the benefits of pEEG for monitoring sedated mechanically ventilated patients and patients undergoing neuromuscular blockade. Dr. Lane-Fall is an associate professor of anesthesiology, critical care, and epidemiology at the University of Pennsylvania. This podcast is sponsored by Medtronic.


Sara Dong

46: Reachable Moments

Drs. Nathan Nolan and Raagini Jawa discuss a case that traverses some of the intersections of ID and addiction medicine. (Episodes) | ( Consult Notes) | ( Subscribe) | ( Twitter) | ( Merch) |

Informed Dissent

Dr. Jeff Barke and Dr. Mark McDonald

Informed Dissent - Let's Go Brandon - Jared Schmeck

The intersection of healthcare and politics. That's Informed Dissent with Dr. Jeff Barke and Dr. Mark McDonald. On this episode we all get a much needed endorphin infusion from 28 minutes with fellow patriot Jared Schmeck. You may not know his name but you absolutely know his action. He was the dad who got through to the White House on Christmas Eve to wish First Lady and President Brandon a Merry Christmas....and to offer the encouragement to both with a well-placed "Let's Go Brandon." Take a listen and be encouraged in your very own Informed Dissent.Support the show (

The Nocturnists

The Nocturnists

S4 E3: Authentically Me

Internist Ashley McMullen decides to let her hair go natural for the first time in over a decade — a process which serves as a metaphor for self-acceptance in the rigid world of medicine. The Nocturnists are partnering with VCU Health Continuing Education to offer FREE CME credits for healthcare professionals. Visit to claim credit for this episode. Find show notes, transcript, and more at

Memorizing Pharmacology Podcast: Prefixes, Suffixes, and Side Effects for Pharmacy and Nursing Pharmacology by Body System

Tony Guerra

Ep 27 HALF OFF Self-Paced Pharmacology Course

If you want to get half-off a self-paced pharmacology course visit and use the coupon code HALFOFF this week. In the course there are 10 hours of video, hundreds of mobile ready questions, PowerPoints and handouts so you can get ready for pharmacology class, succeed in it, or practice for your licensing exam. 

Freely Filtered, a NephJC Podcast

NephJC Team

Twice monthly (aspirational) recap of the NephJC journal club. NephJC reviews the most important manuscripts which are driving nephrology forward and improving our understanding of the kidney.

Surgery 101

Surgery 101 Team

386. Benign Renal Masses

By the end of this podcast, listeners will be able to: Discuss the epidemiology and natural history of benign renal masses List the most common types of benign renal masses Describe the investigations used to differentiate between a benign and malignant renal mass Describe the management of benign renal masses

The Unofficial NCLEX® Prep Podcast by (NRSNG)

Jon Haws RN Nursing School Mentor and Kati Kleber RN CCRN Nursing Podcast Host with NRSNG

BREAKING: Massive Updates to NCLEX due to COVID-19 (must listen)

NCSBN & PeasonVue just announced some significant changes to the NCLEX as a result of COVID-19. Here is what we are doing about it . . . MUST WATCH. Learn more about SIMCLEX at Speaker 1: What’s up guys. I’m Jon Haws RN in founder of and I’m here with Speaker 2: Marie […]
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Lara Briden's Podcast

Lara Briden

Everything women’s health in under 15 minutes by an experienced naturopathic doctor and bestselling author of the books Period Repair Manual and Hormone Repair Manual. Simple explanations for topics such as PCOS, endometriosis, hormonal birth control, and more. Visit Lara’s forum to post a question for a future episode.

Peds in a Pod: A Pediatric Board Review

Ashley Grigsby, DO & David Rayburn, MD

E21S1: Episode 21 Introduction

Coffee Break HEMS Podcast

Austin Kiser

03.02 Brain Attack!! When do you pull the trigger.

In this episode we'll be discussing the treatment of intracranial hypertension and herniation syndromes. Enjoy! 
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Neurology® Podcast

American Academy of Neurology

Medicare Limitation of Aduhelm

Dr. Jeff Burns talks with Dr. Ron Petersen, Director of the Mayo Clinic Alzheimer's Disease Research Center, about Medicare's recent decision to officially limit Aduhelm (aducanumab) coverage to patients in clinical trials. Read the full article discussed in this interview in the New York Times.

New England Journal of Medicine Interviews

The New England Journal of Medicine

Vaccinating Young Children against Covid-19

Eric Rubin is the Editor-in-Chief of the Journal. Lindsey Baden is a Deputy Editor of the Journal. Stephen Morrissey, the interviewer, is the Executive Managing Editor of the Journal. E.J. Rubin, L.R. Baden, and S. Morrissey. Audio Interview: Vaccinating Young Children against Covid-19. N Engl J Med 2022;386:e77.

The Ask Mike Reinold Show

Mike Reinold

Helping Athletes Reach Specific Sport Goals

How to help athletes with specific sport goals but focusing on training both general and specific athletic qualities
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Adventuring with Osteoarthritis

Dr. Alyssa Kuhn

Adventuring with Osteoarthritis is a podcast meant to inspire, motivate, and encourage you seek out adventure despite having painful joints. Gone are the days of doom, gloom and old school myths, instead, you'll hear from experts and real people with osteoarthritis as they share insight on how to successfully live an active life with many different treatment options (surgery isn't the only one!).Dr. Alyssa Kuhn is a physical therapist and specializes in helping those with hip and knee osteoarthritis. Follow her on Youtube at "Alyssa, Arthritis Adventure".

EMplify by EB Medicine

Sam Ashoo, MD

Take a deeper dive into our peer-reviewed emergency medicine content with the EMplify podcast. Join host Dr. Sam Ashoo for educational, conversational reviews of current evidence guaranteed to help you make your best clinical decisions. Each high-yield episode gives you practical, time-tested guidance from practicing emergency medicine clinicians and subject-matter experts. Listen and learn!

AMA COVID-19 Update

American Medical Association

Latest guidance from FDA & CDC on second booster shots with Andrea Garcia, JD, MPH

AMA CXO Todd Unger reviews COVID-19 vaccine numbers and trending topics related to the pandemic over the past week with AMA Director of Science, Medicine and Public Health Andrea Garcia. Also covering the spread of the BA2 variant, Medicare paying for at-home COVID tests, as well as the latest from the FDA and CDC regarding who may get a second COVID booster shot.

Yoga Medicine

Tiffany Cruikshank L.Ac, MAOM | Founder of Yoga Medicine®

32 Harness Your Potential, Yoga for Athletes with Jenni Tarma & Alison Heilig

How do we as yoga instructors help athletes train to stay healthy, durable, resilient, and at peak performance? Tiffany chats on these big questions with two coaches and Yoga Medicine Therapeutic Specialists - Jenni Tarma and Alison Heilig. Jenni is a Yoga Medicine Online instructor, endurance athlete, and CrossFit trainer who works with weight lifters and athletes at all skill levels. Alison is an accomplished ultra-marathon runner and weightlifter as well as a strength and endurance coach and certified running coach, corrective exercise specialist, and certified nutritional coach. In this episode, we discuss flexibility versus stiffness, recovery, cross-training, myofascial release for athletes, and our favorite takeaways for athletes and their trainers and yoga teachers. Listen in to learn yoga tips for athletes and yoga teachers, why many athletes often struggle with yoga and how to use tha

S2D: The Symptom to Diagnosis Podcast

McGraw Hill's AccessMedicine

S2D: The Symptom to Diagnosis Podcast presents case-based discussions of signs, symptoms, and diagnostics tests to improve clinical reasoning and evidence-based practice. Sponsored by McGraw Hill, S2D features Scott D. C. Stern, MD, FACP Professor of Medicine and Clinical Director of Clinical Pathophysiology and Therapeutics at the University of Chicago Pritzker School of Medicine, and Adam S. Cifu, MD, FACP Professor of Medicine and Associate Dean for Medical School Academics at the University of Chicago Pritzker School of Medicine.

CorConsult Rx: Evidence-Based Medicine and Pharmacy

Mike Corvino, PharmD, BCPS, BCACP, CDCES and Cole Swanson, PharmD, CDCES

2022 Heart Failure Guidelines *ACPE-Accredited*

On this episode, we review the 2022 AHA/ACC/HFSA guidelines.  Cole and I are happy to share that our listeners can claim ACPE-accredited continuing education for listening to this podcast episode! We continue to partner with freeCE to provide listeners with the opportunity to claim 1-hour of continuing education credit for select episodes. To earn credit for this episode, visit the following link and select this episode from the list of accredited episodes: FreeCE Podcast Episode List For existing freeCE members, this CE option is included in your membership benefits at no additional cost! Members can simply follow the link above to take the post-test and evaluation for this activity. Use the password HEART (all caps) to unlock the post-test for this episode. But if you’re not currently a freeCE member, we definitely suggest you explore all the benefits of their Unlimited Membership on their website and earn CE for listening to

Rapid Response RN

Sarah Lorenzini

A Ticking Time Bomb: Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm With Guests Ashley and Corey, Rapid Response RNs

Surprising case that initially sounded like septic shock, but upon further investigation, the patient had a huge abdominal aortic aneurysm that was dissecting.  Learn about the clinical presentation, emergent interventions, and the nurse's role in saving this patient's life. 

OT Potential Podcast | Occupational Therapy CEUs

Sarah Lyon, OTR/L

#26: Maternal Mental Health and OT with Dr. Carlin Reaume (CE Course)

Research is backing up what many of us are experiencing in our communities: the pandemic is exacerbating mental health issues. And, one can imagine how this would be true for new mothers—so many families’ birth experiences have been drastically impacted by COVID protocols, followed by increased isolation once the family arrives home.The article we will be discussing in this one-hour podcast course is a call to action to support the positive mental health of new mothers, particularly during this pandemic. Whether you approach this topic as a pediatric OT, an OT who specializes in maternal mental health, a parent yourself, or simply an involved community member, I think there are important takeaways for all of us.After reviewing the article, we will welcome Dr. Carlin Reaume, OTD, OTR/L, PMH-C, PCES. Carlin is an occupational therapist, maternal wellness specialist, and owner of Supported Mama. Her and I wil

Health By Heather Hirsch

Heather Hirsch

108. How to get rid of the dreaded 'meno-belly," with registered dietitian and author Elizabeth Ward.

How to get rid of the dreaded 'meno-belly," with registered dietitian and author Elizabeth Ward // Gaining weight in the belly and seeing the numbers on the scale increase is enough to make any women feel deflated in midlife and at menopause. In this episode, I chat with Liz on what worked for her and many of her clients and readers to feel better about their bodies in menopause. I know you will take away some quick tips that you can implement right now so hit play and let's go!
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Back to Basics

Chris Seitz, MD and Jason Seitz, EMT-P, RN

Fluid Resuscitation

In this episode, Chris and Jason talk about the nuances of fluid resuscitation. Is over-resuscitation a rational fear, or with the right tools and knowledge can providers deliver the right fluid at the right time to better patient outcomes?


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NPTE Studycast | Physical Therapy

Jimmy McKay, PT, DPT

Heart ❤️ and Lungs

Heart ❤️ and Lungs

Ninja Nerd

Ninja Nerd

Metabolic Acidosis

This week, Rob and Zach will be continuing our series on Acid Base Disorders and ABG interpretation and will be discussing Metabolic Acidosis.We will be discussing:Definition of Metabolic AcidosisCausesClinical Features & Physical Exam FindingsABG Case ExamplesDiagnosisTreatmentTo follow along with Notes & Illustrations for our podcasts please become a member on our website! us on:YouTube: the show (

The Nurse Practitioner Podcast

The Nurse Practitioner

Vaccine Hesitancy

In this episode of The Nurse Practitioner Podcast, Dr. Wendy L. Wright, DNP, ANP-BC, FNP-BC, FAANP, FAAN, FNAP discusses vaccine hesitancy.

Headmirror's ENT in a Nutshell

High-yield clinical review for the busy otolaryngology resident

Standard of Care Podcast

FlightBridgeED, LLC.

Back in EMT class there was one page in the textbook that covered legal issues in pre-hospital medicine. Our world is increasingly more complicated and as a result, one page just doesn't cover it anymore. In this podcast, Sam and Nick discuss important, relevant and modern aspects of EMS law that may have been overlooked in class.

CHOP PEM Podcast


A Pediatric Emergency Medicine Podcast to educate, enlighten and inform. Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia Pediatric Emergency Medicine Podcast - Robert Belfer MD, Jill Posner MD and the CHOP PEM Podcast Team

Crush Step 1: The Ultimate USMLE Step 1 Review (An InsideTheBoards Podcast)

InsideTheBoards and Ars Longa Media

BONUS Episode: Study Smarter Fest for the USMLE Step 1

It's that time of year again! The Step 1 study season is upon us so be sure to download the ITB app to get all of the resources we offer or follow along on the Study Smarter podcast. Learn more on our website.

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Mics | مايكس

الجلوكوما ( الماء الأزرق )

الجلوكوما في العين أو الزَرَق أو المياه الزَرَقاء هي مجموعة من أمراض العين التي تضر العصب البصري، و تعتبر صحة العصب البصري مهمة جداً للتمتع برؤية جيدة و واضحة. يحدث هذا الضرر في الغالب نتيجة لارتفاع ضغط العين الغير طبيعي.


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GI Pearls Podcast

Dmitriy Kedrin

GI Pearls Gastroenterology Podcast Episode 52 - November 2021

Episode 52 Show notes Immediate versus Postponed Intervention for Infected Necrotizing Pancreatitis – NEJM Benchmarking Adenoma Detection Rates for Colonoscopy: Results From a US-Based Registry – Am J Gastro Colonoscopy-related Mortality in a Fecal-Immunochemical Test-based Colorectal Cancer Screening Program – CGH AGA Clinical Practice Update on Endoscopic Surveillance and Management of Colorectal Dysplasia in IBD… Continue reading Episode 52 – November 2021 – Gastroenterology Literature Review

Doc & Doula

Doc & Doula

Education and community for expecting and new moms.

NEI Podcast

Neuroscience Education Institute

E138 - Match Day and Psychiatry Residency with Dr. Nat Mulkey

What was your personal experience with Match Day? What has your personal experience been like being transgender and how has this impacted your professional track when it comes to clinicians treating patients who are nonbinary or transgender? In this podcast episode, Dr. Mulkey addresses these questions and more about psychiatry residency and Match Day. Dr. Nat Mulkey, MD is a psychiatrist and first-year resident at the University of Vermont Medical Center. They graduated from Boston University School of Medicine, where they worked closely with faculty on LGBTQI+ curricula in undergraduate medical education and related initiatives. Their interests include child and adolescent psychiatry, LGBTQI+ mental health, pharmacology, addiction, and first break psychosis. Their hobbies are creative writing and trail running.  Articles by Nat Mulkey, MD: The Search for a Cause of Transness Is Misguided - Scientific American Mi

PedsCases: Pediatric Education Online

PedsCases Team

Orofacial Clefts

This podcast provides an approach to identification of the different types of cleft malformations, outlines the management of orofacial clefts and timing of surgical repair and discusses the genetic syndromes, sequences and associations linked with cleft lip and palate.  It was developed by Julie Le, a first year Family Medicine resident at Queen’s University with the help of Dr. Regan Guilfoyle, a pediatric plastic surgeon at the University of Alberta.

Nurse Dose Podcast


Sean from uses the Nurse Dose podcast as a way to share the experience he has cultivated in the ICU. Use this podcast to become more adept at everything involved in nursing, medicine, and specifically the ICU. You will learn hemodynamics and how they affect care decisions. You will learn how to interpret ABGs and how to fix them. You will learn everything you need to know to be a great ICU nurse. Learn what nursing school did not teach you here at Nurse Dose. Follow on Instagram @nursedosepodcast

Legends of Surgery

Tyler Rouse

Episode 104 - Lamb's Blood, Monkey 'Glands', Pig Kidneys, and More: A Brief History of Xenotransplantation

In this episode, we will trace the history of attempts at transplanting cells, tissues, and organs from animals into humans. From world-famous surgeons to medical charlatans, all manner of people have tried, and all inevitably failed. However, with the rise of genetic editing, there is new hope that xenotransplantation will turn from a dream into reality!

Medication Talk

TRC Healthcare

The official podcast of TRC Healthcare, home of Pharmacist’s Letter, Prescriber's Letter, RxAdvanced, and the most trusted clinical resources. Listen in as we discuss current topics impacting medication therapy and patient care. Pharmacist’s Letter is offering CE credit for this podcast. Please log into your Pharmacist’s Letter account and look for the title of this podcast in the list of available CE courses.

America Out Loud PULSE

America Out Loud PULSE

America Out Loud Network © – America Out Loud PULSE brings together top experts in healthcare-related fields to keep you a beat ahead. Extraordinary voices for extraordinary times.

The Pharm So Hard Podcast: An Emergency Medicine and Hospital Pharmacy Podcast

Jimmy Pruitt & Oscar Santalo

Episode 67. A Sticker for You! Pediatric Asthma Management with Dr. Allen

Additional Readings Related FOAM Posts
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Derms and Conditions

Foundation for Research and Education in Dermatology, LLC

Pertinent Pediatric Pearls That Will Make Your Life Easier

In episode 20 of Derms and Conditions, host James Q. Del Rosso, DO speaks with Lisa Swanson, MD and has given her the moniker, "The Adele of Dermatology". Dr Swanson spends the episode discussing many high yield and practical tips when treating pediatric dermatology patients. She first discusses her favorite treatment for warts, including how to treat warts of both the hands and face. Next, Dr. Del Rosso asks Dr. Swanson how she counsels parents about changing nevi in their children. She continues with her tips on counseling parents on sunscreen use in children. She ends the episode with a discussion of the use of propranolol in the treatment of pediatric hemangiomas and emphasizes how clinically safe this treatment is. 

The Hospice Nursing Podcast

James Dibben

This is the only podcast dedicated to helping hospice nurses find fulfillment while avoiding the burnout that threatens the specialty. Hosted by James Dibben in Kansas City, Missouri. Visit our home page at The Hospice Nursing Podcast.

Relentless Healthcare Value

Stacey Richter

EP354: 7 Vital Success Factors to Stand Up a CIN (Clinically Integrated Network), With Shawn Rhodes

In this healthcare podcast, we’re gonna talk about the realities of setting up a clinically integrated network, otherwise known as a CIN. If only the whole process was unicorns and rainbows, but—as you likely suspected—it’s not. Setting up a clinically integrated network is hard work, but the payoff for patients and clinicians alike can be worth fighting for. First of all, what is a clinically integrated network? It is a kind of ACO (accountable care organization). It is a legal entity that is a form of an ACO. So, every CIN is an ACO. But not all—in fact, most—ACOs are not CINs.  CINs enable coordinated care. Everybody in the network gets together to figure out how to enable clinicians to (for reals) follow their patients through multiple care settings and plan for an entire care journey. It can really help the patients navigate our crazy healthcare industry by giving them a


Salim R. Rezaie, MD

REBEL Core Cast – Basics of EM – Mega Summary – Part 2

Take Home Points Emergency medicine revolves around the differential diagnosis History and physical exam should significantly narrow your differential diagnosis Have an idea of what specific diagnoses are being ruled out when ordering diagnostic tests Always consider the most life-threatening and most common disease processes first – we are a rule out specialty “Red flags” are ... Read more
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Inside Aesthetics

Dr Jake Sloane and David Segal

Dr Martina Lavery (Dental Surgeon) - 'The Injector Diaries - Chapter 4'

Chapter 4 of 'The Injector Diaries' - in depth conversations, stories and experiences from injectors around the globe. In this mini-series, each injector brings their own unique take on things and we'll showcase every level of injector, from newbies to masters and from all walks of life. We'll explore how and why they chose to start injecting, why they favour using certain products, look under the hoods of their clinics and businesses and aim to learn from and inspire our injector listeners. This week's guest is Dr Martina Lavery, a dental surgeon & facial aesthetic injector based in Sydney, Australia. We discuss: - Martina's background and why she became a dentist - Her motivations for training in cosmetic injectables  - Her battle with AHPRA and the dental board due the ongoing anonymous complaints regarding dentists who inject  - Why she did a Masters in Facial Aesthetics and what this has taught her

Women's Health Unplugged

Dr. Jordan Robertson ND

Helping women move from confused, overwhelmed and overrun by their health towards understanding, confidence and wellness. The mission of Women's Health Unplugged is to educate and empower women across all generations how to advocate for themselves in their healthcare and how to support themselves through better health education. This podcast is hosted by Dr. Jordan Robertson, Naturopathic Doctor and Women's Health Author.


Dr. Cassandra Wilder ND

Hormone Disrupters in Products and What To Do with Dr. Yvonne Burkart

Welcome back to the CYCLICAL Podcast! I am SO EXCITED about this week’s episode because for a long time I’ve wanted to talk to an expert about endocrine disruptors, toxicity in our environment and what to really do. So why not bring on a PhD of toxicology?! So excited to talk to Dr. Yvonne Burkart!


We’ve all heard about endocrine disruptors and yucky things that screw up our hormones - but what does it all really mean?! What are the big things that we know truly cause hormone problems? What should we really avoid? 


Dr. Yvonne sheds so much light on this topic and I’m so grateful for her wisdom!


In this episode we talk about:

What an endocrine disrupter is

Where we’re exposed to them and how to avoid them

Clean makeup 101

How endocrine disruptors cause problems for women

Key ingredi

The Human Doctor

Dr. Kimberly Manning and Dr. Ashley McMullen

”Please listen to my demo”

Each of us is endowed with our own unique purpose and potential. However, instead of tapping into something authentic within ourselves, we often allow fear to lead us towards what feels safe. In this last episode of season 2, Kimberly shares a story inspiring us to be original. 

Autism Science Foundation Weekly Science Report

Autism Science Foundation

Is Autism Inflammation Nation?

Several studies have linked the immune system to autism, but how are they connected? Two new studies this week illustrate differences in immune function in those with a diagnosis compared to those without, and also find differences in the blood of of pregnant mothers who go on to have an autistic child. Women who go … Continue reading "Is Autism Inflammation Nation?"

The Aliquot Preview

Rhonda Patrick, Ph.D.

PREVIEW Aliquot #51: What's the best omega-3 dosage for maximum benefit?

Early studies of omega-3 fatty acid intake demonstrated dramatic biological effects. Since then, the body of research enumerating the profound anti-inflammatory and multi-system, generalized health-promoting qualities of omega-3s continues to grow; however, some studies fail to show any effects from omega-3 supplementation. This source of consternation may, by and large, boil down to low doses, raising the question: what is the right dose of omega-3 to use?  In this Aliquot, Dr. Bill Harris shares his experience administering some of the largest omega-3 doses ever used in human trials and gives his recommendations about optimal dosage taking genes and diet into account. Get more Aliquots! Become a FMF Premium member and get full access to our members-only podcast, The Aliquot, plus live Q&As with Rhonda, biweekly Science Digest emails, and more. Learn more and sign up at:

The Curbsiders Teach

The Curbsiders Teach

#11 Bedside Teaching with Dr Subha Ramani

Join Molly, Era, and Dr Subha Ramani to discuss best practices for bedside teaching. We help you move past Res-Attending and embrace effective bedside teaching! You’ll learn to effectively prepare, lead, and debrief rounds with patients and learners.This is the last episode of season 1 of The Curbsiders Teach, we look forward to coming back Summer 2022 with more episodes.Website | Instagram | Twitter | Subscribe | Swag! | Top Picks | | Free CME!CreditsProducers/hosts: Era Kryzhanovskaya MD / Molly Heublein MDShow Notes/Cover Art/Infographic: Andrew DeLaatEditor: Clair Morgan of Nodderly (audio)Guest: Subha Ramani MBBS, MPH, PhD, FAMEEAdvertising Inquiries:

The FlightBridgeED Podcast


The Meta-bolic Nightmare: Resuscitation at the Highest

In this video podcast, Eric takes a look at a very difficult case of multifactorial resuscitation with an adult male patient. We dive deep into all things resuscitation and analyze factors that drive our decision-making. This takes the "acidosis rodeo podcast series to another level. Don't miss this episode! So much good stuff! Please like and review on your current podcast app, including Spotify, Google Play, iTunes, PodBean, and many more.

Ask Nurse Alice

Walter Voit on Adaptive 3D and Microarchitecture Innovation

Adaptive 3D is an innovative company that partnered with Desktop Metal and UT Dallas. Walter Voit discusses the innovation behind microarchitecture within material manufacturing and how partnerships in Richardson, Texas, have created a thriving innovation ecosystem. Innovating 3D Printing and University Research At Adaptive 3D, Walter focuses on using 3D printing to produce additive materials. […]

The Dr Louise Newson Podcast

Dr Louise Newson

139 - ‘How my life experience has influenced me as a doctor’ with Dr Naomi Jiagbogu

Dr Louise Newson met Dr Naomi Jiagbogu over a decade ago at Birmingham Medical School when Louise was mentoring students who were studying medicine as a post-graduate degree. Naomi subsequently qualified, began her GP training and moved to Manchester with husband, Aria, who was training to be a paediatrician. Louise and Naomi discuss their memories of the post-graduate course and reflect on how the students were older, from more varied backgrounds and had broader life experiences than you would typically find on an under-graduate course and how these factors enhanced the student’s skills and learning, especially when relating to patients.

After beginning her GP training, Naomi’s husband Aria sadly developed a brain tumour and after surgery, treatments and a yearlong remarkable recovery, the cancer returned and Aria died in 2020.  During his illness, Aria wrote two children’s books

Eagle's Eye View: Your Weekly CV Update From

American College of Cardiology

Eagle’s Eye View: ACC.22 Day 3 Highlights

: In this special ACC.22 episode of Eagle’s Eye View, Drs. Kim Eagle, Payal Kohli and Deepak Bhatt discuss highlights from Day 3 of the ACC.22 late-breaking science and featured clinical research, including POISE-3, SPYRAL HTN-ON MED, EMPULSE, and FIDELITY.

Breastfeeding Medicine Podcast

Anne Eglash MD

Maternal Vitamin D Supplementation & Infant Bone Density. Experiences of Women Who Planned to Exclusively Pump. With Cohosts Anne Eglash MD, IBCLC & Karen Bodnar MD, IBCLC

Experts InSight

American Academy of Ophthalmology

The Retina Approach to Anterior Segment Postoperative Complications

Drs. Sarah Read, M. Ali Khan, and Ajay Kuriyan talk through the management of 3 serious anterior segment surgical complications that commonly end up in the hands of retina specialists: retained lens material, endophthalmitis, and choroidal detachment. For all episodes or to claim CME credit for selected episodes, visit

Nursing Mnemonics Show by (NRSNG) (Memory Tricks for Nursing School)

Kati Kleber RN CCRN (Critical Care Nurse, Nursing Student Mentor, NCLEX educator, and Nursing Podcast Host)

Heart Sounds Mnemonic (APE To Man – All People Enjoy Time Magazine)

View our full Nursing Mnemonics course with over 150 unique nursing mnemonics: CLICK HERE APE To Man One of my favorite nursing mnemonics, and one I’ve remembered ever since learning it is the mnemonic for remembering where to listen to the heart valves. A Aortic P Pulmonic E Erbs Point T Tricuspid M Mitral   […]
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This is Type 1: Real-Life Type 1 Diabetes

Colleen Mitchell

Type 1 Diabetes is challenging, frustrating, and life-changing. Each Tuesday, join Colleen Mitchell and Jessie Tuggey, life-long diabetics, as they talk about real life with Type 1, discussing the impact it makes on their lives without defining them. If you have type 1, know someone with type 1, or just want to learn more about this incurable condition, this podcast is for you.

HelixTalk - Rosalind Franklin University's College of Pharmacy Podcast

Sean P. Kane, PharmD; Khyati Patel, PharmD

This podcast is produced by pharmacy faculty to supplement study material and provide relevant drug and professional topics. We're hoping that our real-life clinical pearls and discussions will help you stay up-to-date and improve your pharmacy knowledge.

Not Today Cancer

Jennifer Delvaux

Welcome to Not Today Cancer with Mr. Worldwide and his Bride! Our mission is to help other people who have been touched by cancer. Darren was diagnosed in 2009 with brain cancer and Jenny just recently with breast cancer. Kinda crazy, right? Husband and wife?? Seems a little Unreal! But it has taught them so much about LIVING. They have dealt with many serious challenges and somehow have came out as a better people. You will hear how Darren has battled brain cancer for the past 11 years. And now Jennys brand new diagnosis with breast cancer and what that road will look like for her. Our mission is to be a light for others going through cancer.



America Out Loud Network © – Truth for Health...The Rest of the Story with Physician host DrLee4America encompasses all the dimensions in healthcare: physical, psychological/emotional, spiritual, social and environmental.

Zorba Paster On Your Health

Wisconsin Public Radio

Each week, Dr. Zorba Paster and co-host Tom Clark provide listeners with health and fitness tips to live a full and healthy life. The down-to-earth, personal style makes this call-in show as entertaining as it is informative. "Zorba Paster On Your Health" can be heard Saturdays from 8 a.m. to 9 a.m. and again from 1 p.m. to 2 p.m. on the Ideas Network.

Sugar Mama's Podcast: Type 1 Diabetes

Katie Roseborough

The Sugar Mama's Podcast is designed for moms and caregivers of type 1 diabetics. Hosted by Katie Roseborough, a T1D mom, the show features heartfelt and insightful conversations with other type 1 parents as well as members and professionals connected to the type 1 community. Each episode aims to equip, educate, encourage, empower and entertain those raising children with type 1 diabetes. Get ready to learn a ton and gain a new perspective as Katie and her guests discuss the ins, outs, ups, downs and all arounds of caring for a type 1 warrior.

American Journal of Gastroenterology Author Podcasts

American College of Gastroenterology

Each month the Co-Editors-in-Chief Dr. Jasmohan Bajaj and Dr. Millie Long interview authors of clinically relevant articles published in the American Journal of Gastroenterology (AJG). A must-listen for any practicing gastroenterologist.

Psoas We Were Saying: A Physical Therapy Podcast

David Pastrana PT, DPT and Mike Reeves PT, DPT, ATC, CSCS

S3 Ep4: Post-Operative Hip Rehabilitation

Mike and David discuss post-operative rehabilitation of the hip and take a few tangents along the way.

JAMA Editors' Summary

JAMA Network

Ablation for Atrial Fibrillation, Race-Free Equations for Kidney Function, Mortality With Tonsillectomy in Children, and more

Editor's Summary by Gregory Curfman, MD, Deputy Editor of JAMA, the Journal of the American Medical Association, for the June 21, 2022 issue.

Pharmacy to Dose: The Critical Care Podcast

Nick Peters

Sept Oct 2021 Literature Review Series

Literature Review Series

Sept/Oct 2021

Special Guests: Sara Groome, PharmD, BCIDP and Alyssa Sykuta, PharmD, BCCCP


Reference List:


06:10 – Sepsis 6-pack; 47:55 – In my blood; 59:55 – Ventilator blues; 72:00 – Review Room; 82:38 – Front of the Fridge



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JAMA Medical News

JAMA Network

Highlights From the 2022 Annual Meeting of the American Society of Clinical Oncology

JAMA Medical News Senior Staff Writer Melissa Suran, PhD, MSJ, speaks with Sonali Smith, MD, about new research and timely topics from the recent annual meeting of the American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO). Dr Smith, who chaired the conference’s Scientific Program Committee, is also chief of the hematology and oncology section at the University of Chicago Medicine. Related Content: Highlights From the 2022 Annual Meeting of the American Society of Clinical Oncology—Disparities in Clinical Trials, Mitigating Clinician Burnout, and Combination Treatments for Cancer Effect of Electronic Symptom Monitoring on Patient-Reported Outcomes Among Patients With Metastatic Cancer Cancer Risk and Mortality in Adults With Obesity Who Underwent Bariatric Surgery vs No Surgery

PICU Doc On Call

Dr. Pradip Kamat, Dr. Rahul Damania

42: Principles of Non-Invasive Positive Pressure Ventilation (niPPV)

Welcome to PICU Doc On Call, A Podcast Dedicated to Current and Aspiring Intensivists.
I'm Pradip Kamat and I'm Rahul Damania. We are coming to you from Children's Healthcare of Atlanta - Emory University School of Medicine.
Welcome to our Episode a 15 mo F with respiratory distress and runny nose.

Here's the case:
A 15 mo F presents to the ED with cough, runny nose, and increased work of breathing. Her mother states that the patient has had these symptoms for the past three days, however, the work of breathing progressed. The patient has had 2 fevers during this course, with the highest 101F. She says that her 3 yo cousin who she visited for the holidays had similar symptoms. Mother notes decreased PO and wet diapers. The patient presented to the ED with the following vital signs: T 38.5C, HR 155, BP 70/48 (MAP 50), RR 48, 92% on RA. The patient on the exam was noted to be t

ACCEL Lite: Featured ACCEL Interviews on Exciting CV Research

American College of Cardiology

ACCEL Lite: ACC Expert Consensus Decision Pathway on COVID-19: Myocarditis

Attack of the heart muscle by the immune system (myocarditis) is a rare but serious complication of SARS-CoV-2 infection, and an even more rare complication of COVID-19 mRNA vaccination. In this interview, Larry A. Allen, MD, MHS, FACC and Tyler J. Gluckman, MD, FACC, FAHA, discuss the ACC Expert Consensus Decision Pathway on COVID-19: Myocarditis.

The Waiting Room With Dr Alex

Dr Alex

Walter Voit on Adaptive 3D and Microarchitecture Innovation

Adaptive 3D is an innovative company that partnered with Desktop Metal and UT Dallas. Walter Voit discusses the innovation behind microarchitecture within material manufacturing and how partnerships in Richardson, Texas, have created a thriving innovation ecosystem. Innovating 3D Printing and University Research At Adaptive 3D, Walter focuses on using 3D printing to produce additive materials. […]

BackTable VI


The BackTable Podcast is a resource for interventional radiologists, vascular surgeons, interventional cardiologists, and other interventional and endovascular specialists to learn tips, techniques, and the ins and outs of the devices in their cabinets. Listen on or on the streaming platform of your choice. You can also visit to browse our open access, physician-catered knowledge center for all things vascular and interventional; now featuring practice tools, procedure walkthroughs, and expert guidance on more than 40 endovascular procedures.

Heavy Lies the Helmet

Mike & Bryan Boone

Episode 86 - Pilot Down But Not Out w/Wade Dunford & Scott Davis

An incapacitated pilot scenario is an unfortunate but potential reality of working in rotor and fixed wing EMS. What do you do as medical crew members if your pilot becomes incapacitated? What training and capabilities do you have to revive the pilot and/or get the aircraft on the ground? Do some Controlled Flight Into Terrain (CFIT) incidents actually involve an incapacitated pilot? In this podcast episode, we are joined by Pilot Wade Dunford and Flight Paramedic Scott Davis to discuss their Incapacitated Pilot Working Group (IPWG) and how they have taken steps to address this issue in their region. We cover the crawl, walk, and run phases, and how you can stabilize an aircraft using a 3-axis autopilot system. Get CE hours for our podcast episodes HERE! -------------------------------------------- Twitter @heavyhelmet Facebook @heavyliesthehelmet Instagram @heavyliesthehelmet YouTube /heavyliesthehelmet We

The Curbsiders Addiction Medicine Podcast

The Curbsiders Addiction Medicine Podcast

Step up your knowledge on caring for patients with substance use disorders (SUD)! This show features addiction medicine experts who are dedicated to bringing you practice changing knowledge about substance use, and substance use disorders. This mini-series is hosted by Doctors Carolyn Chan, Shawn Cohen, Kenny Morford, Natalie Stahl, and friends, where they discuss how to diagnose, assess, and treat a wide-range of substance use disorders. This podcast will help listeners bring evidence-based addiction medicine treatment into all clinical settings, and provides tips on how to integrate harm reduction into clinical practice. By the end of the series, they hope to inspire others to provide addiction treatment within their own clinical settings. This is a fantastic series for all health professional learners, as well as those currently in practice! Contact the team at ( . 

ACC CardiaCast

American College of Cardiology

Syncope Series: Autonomic Testing in Patients with Syncope and Suspected POTS

In this episode, Dr. Brian Olshansky and Dr. Satish Raj discuss autonomic function testing in patients with syncope and suspected postural orthostatic tachycardia syndrome (POTS).

ICU Rounds

Jeffrey S. Guy, MD, FACS

Splitting a Ventilator: Multipatient Ventilation for COVID?

Throughout the pandemic, there has been considerable discussion about the possibility of running our of ventilators. One potential solution that was brought forward was putting multiple patients on a single ventilator. This is a lot harder than merely attaching a plastic splitter on a ventilator. In this episode, we explain safety and physiological considerations. Also, we briefly discuss specific patient care issues and ventilator settings if your circumstance requires you to adopt this approach.

ASCO Guidelines

American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO)

Management of Metastatic Clear Cell Renal Cell Carcinoma Guideline

An interview with Dr. Tian Zhang from UT Southwester Medical Center in Dallas, TX, author on "Management of Metastatic Clear Cell Renal Cell Carcinoma: ASCO Guideline." Dr. Zhang reviews the guideline recommendations for the treatment and management of patients with metastatic clear cell renal cell carcinoma and it's implications for clinicians and patients. Read the full guideline at   TRANSCRIPT Brittany Harvey: Hello and welcome to the ASCO Guidelines podcast series brought to you by the ASCO Podcast Network, a collection of nine programs covering a range of educational and scientific content and offering enriching insight into the world of cancer care. You can find all the shows, including this one at  My name is Brittany Harvey and today I'm interviewing Dr. Tian Zhang from UT Southwestern Medical Center in Dallas, Texas, one

EKG Interpretation (How to Interpret ECGs) by (NRSNG)

Jon Haws RN & Kati Kleber RN (NCLEX & Nursing School Mentor, EKG/ECG tutor)

Learn how to identify the most common EKG rhythms. In this podcast by, we cover EKG (ECG) interpretation and teach you how to recognize, identify, and treat those heart rhythms you will see most often. For a free chart covering the 10 most common heart rhythms, visit: Full disclaimer information at

Trauma ICU Rounds

Dr. Dennis Kim

Episode 51 - Persistent Inflammation, Immunosuppression & Catabolism Syndrome (PICS) with Dr. Scott Brakenridge

"Getting patients resuscitated through sepsis, septic shock, and hemorrhagic shock is not the's the beginning."In this episode, Dr. Brakenridge from Harborview Medical Center joins us to discuss PICS and the impact of this syndrome on our critically ill and injured patients and their families. Also referred to as the Post-Intensive Care Syndrome, Dr. Brakenridge shares with us the evolution and results of translational research into this now well-recognized morbid condition which often occurs in the setting of chronic critical illness. From the importance of breaking  the cycle of "sepsis recidivism" to the. application of the SCCM A to F bundle, this episode is a MUST listen for those of us taking care of patients in the ICU.TIME STAMPS00:12  Introduction01:46  What is PICS? The role of chronic critical illness (CCI)05:13  Phe

Down Syndrome Center Podcast

Kishore Vellody, MD

This podcast contains information for caregivers and providers regarding Down syndrome. Hosted by Dr. Kishore Vellody, Medical Director of the Down Syndrome Center of Western Pennsylvania and former President of the National Down Syndrome Congress.

When Life Gives You Parkinson's


Down Under | A Spark, A Warrior, and World Parkinson's Day

This is part one of three of a mini-series of episodes we are calling “Down Under.” Host Larry Gifford gets you ready for World Parkinson’s Day. Learn about the new international symbol for Parkinson’s disease named “THE SPARK” and how you can use it.  Where to watch the world premiere of the new documentary “The Long Road to Hope: Ending Parkinson’s Disease.” The Parkinson Unity Walk in Central Park in New York City is going to take place April 23. IF you can’t make it, you can still participate, we’ll tell you how.  

The featured guest is Founder of PD Warrior and the Insight into Parkinson’s virtual conference Melissa McConaghy, FACP. Melissa takes us behind the curtains of PD Warrior and gets us ready for Insight into Parkinson’s Conference.

We discuss stigma, self care, and neuro plasticity.

Thank you for listening.


My DPC Story

Maryal Concepcion, MD

As the Direct Primary Care and Direct Care models grow, many physicians are providing care to patients in different ways. This podcast is to introduce you to some of those folks and to hear their stories. Go ahead, get a little inspired. Heck, jump in and join the movement! Visit us online at

McKinsey on Healthcare

McKinsey Healthcare Systems & Services

Reframing aging: What would it take for aging to be seen as an opportunity in healthcare?

In this episode of the McKinsey on Healthcare podcast, McKinsey partner Dr. Pooja Kumar talks to Ursel J. McElroy, director of the Ohio Department of Aging, about a need to change the accepted narrative on aging, the challenges that women in leadership face, and her desire to ensure lessons learned from the COVID-19 pandemic are used to benefit the future of older populations.
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PEM Currents: The Pediatric Emergency Medicine Podcast

Brad Sobolewski

PEM Currents is a evidence-based podcast focused on the care of ill and injured children in the Emergency Department. The host is Brad Sobolewski, author of and an Associate Professor of Pediatric Emergency Medicine at Cincinnati Children's and the University of Cincinnati.

Oncology Today with Dr Neil Love

Research To Practice

Chronic Lymphocytic Leukemia with Professor Dr Arnon Kater

Dr Arnon Kater from the Amsterdam University Medical Centers in Amsterdam discusses recent advances in the management of chronic lymphocytic leukemia.
CME information and select publications here (

Lab Values Podcast (Nursing Podcast, normal lab values for nurses for NCLEX®) by (NRSNG)

Jon Haws RN: Critical Care Nurse NCLEX Educator

Nursing Stories About Mom’s (Mother’s Day 2021)

What’s going on everybody. This is Jon Haws, RN, founder of And I’m here to just talk to you guys about, well, it’s mother’s day, to be honest. And I’m here to just tell you a story, of one mom that really sticks out in my mind that, or maybe two moms that really […]
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Shared Practices | Your Dental Roadmap through Practice Ownership

Shared Practices Team

Multipractice Ownership: Pros & Cons

On May 27th, we published an episode with Alex Sharp about the pros & cons of *group* practice ownership. Today, Steven brings on our special guest Dr. Matt Ford to talk about the pros & cons of *multi* practice ownership. We hope our listeners are well-acquainted with the differences in practice structures! Dr. Matt Ford talks his and his wife’s head-first dive into multi-practice ownership, the flood of opportunities that followed, and the unique headaches that come with this lifestyle.   Delegation. Delegation. Delegation. That will always be the key here.   Plus, what dentistry does he still enjoy?

Coronavirus: Everything You Need to Know


Surgeon General Dr. Vivek Murthy Update on COVID Variants, Protocols, Masking

21st Surgeon General of the United States, Dr. Vivek Murthy joins Dr. Marc Siegel and discusses what’s going on with Omicron and other COVID 19 variants in the US, pandemic protocols, and masking on planes. He also addresses the mental health crisis and opioid epidemic.

Born to Heal Podcast with Dr. Katie Deming

Dr. Katie Deming

Episode 26 - Danger of Second Guessing - Season 2 - Born to Heal Podcast with Dr. Katie Deming

Today we are on Episode #26 titled, Danger of Second Guessing

Saving Lives Podcast: Critical Care w/eddyjoemd

Eddy Joe Gutierrez, MD

High-Flow Nasal Oxygen: Clinical Guidelines by the European Respiratory Society

The European Respiratory Society has provided 8 conditional recommendations for the use of nasal high flow/high flow nasal cannula/high flow oxygen/whatever you want to call it. Here, I review the 8 recommendations and add some commentary on them. 
Show Notes:
Oczkowski S, Ergan B, Bos L, Chatwin M, Ferrer M, Gregoretti C, Heunks L, Frat JP, Longhini F, Nava S, Navalesi P, Ozsancak Uğurlu A, Pisani L, Renda T, Thille AW, Winck JC, Windisch W, Tonia T, Boyd J, Sotgiu G, Scala R. ERS clinical practice guidelines: high-flow nasal cannula in acute respiratory failure. Eur Respir J. 2022 Apr 14;59(4):2101574. doi: 10.1183/13993003.01574-2021. PMID: 34649974.


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Health By Heather Hirsch

Heather Hirsch

108. How to get rid of the dreaded 'meno-belly," with registered dietitian and author Elizabeth Ward.

How to get rid of the dreaded 'meno-belly," with registered dietitian and author Elizabeth Ward // Gaining weight in the belly and seeing the numbers on the scale increase is enough to make any women feel deflated in midlife and at menopause. In this episode, I chat with Liz on what worked for her and many of her clients and readers to feel better about their bodies in menopause. I know you will take away some quick tips that you can implement right now so hit play and let's go!
Get "The Menopause Diet Plan" here:
Start your free 7 days trial of the Evia app here:
Ready to reclaim your life at menopause? Book a call with me to see if my masterclass on hormone therapy is right for you:

Inside the Match

Resident Physicians

Application Tips for Trauma/Critical Care Fellowships

Everything you always wanted to know, but were afraid to ask about applying to surgical critical care fellowships (with Dr. Linda Dultz). Short and helpful tips while you're taking a study break.
Acid Trumpet Kevin MacLeod ( Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0

Becker’s Healthcare Digital Health + Health IT

Becker's Healthcare

This podcast from Becker's Healthcare will focus key digital health trends and health information technology.

PT Inquest

Erik Meira & JW Matheson

235 Temporal Characteristics of Gait After ACLR

Identifying gait pathology after acl reconstruction using temporal characteristics of kinetics and electromyography. Ito N, Capin JJ, Khandha A, et al. Med Sci Sports Exerc. Publish Ahead of Print. doi:10.1249/MSS.0000000000002881 Due to copyright laws, unless the article is open source we cannot legally post the PDF on the website for the world to download at will. Brought to you by CSMi – Learn more about/Buy Erik’s courses – The Science PT Support us on the Patreons! Music for PT Inquest: “The Science of Selling Yourself Short” by Less Than Jake Used by Permission Other Music by Kevin MacLeod – MidRoll Promo – Mining by Moonlight

The POTScast

Standing Up to POTS, Inc.

E68: Becky from West Virginia

Becky developed POTS a few years ago after the birth of her son. Following several surgeries for endometriosis, her symptom load increased and she was diagnosed with POTS. Follow her journey through work, family, and POTS in this episode!
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Dermasphere - The Dermatology Podcast

Luke Johnson

81. Want an attractive face? Enlarge your eyes; shrink your nose - Eruptive pseudoangiomatosis - Why does methotrexate hate the liver? - Goodbye Ryan; hello Morgan!

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Pass ACLS Tip of the Day

Paul Taylor

Like a daily audio flash card. This podcast is intended to aid any medical professional preparing for an Advanced Cardiovascular Life Support (ACLS) class. Each one-to-nine minute Flash Briefing-style episode covers one of the skills needed to recognize a stroke or cardiac emergency and work as a high-performing team to deliver quality care. Listening to a tip-of-the-day for 14-30 days prior to a class will help cement core concepts that have been shown to improve outcomes in patients suffering a heart attack, cardiac arrest, or stroke. In addition to core concepts and ACLS algorithms, specific information needed to pass the written exam and megacode following the 2020 guidelines is presented. Healthcare providers that are already ACLS certified may find listening a helpful reminder. Disclaimer: This podcast is a supplement to your course's approved text book and videos - not a replacement. The information presented is for educational purposes only and is not medical advice. Medical professionals should follow their local laws, agency protocols, and act only within their scope of practice.

Emergency Medicine Board Review

EM Board Review by Rosh Review

What Is the First-Line Treatment for This Patient’s Eye Pain?

Welcome to the next episode of The Reveal where we take you inside the mind of a test-taker to deconstruct and connect the dots of a board-style question so you can become a better student, transform how you learn, and excel not only on high-stakes exams, but also in your general medical knowledge. Let’s get read more...
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The Race to Value Podcast

Accountable Care Learning Collaborative

We are in a race to make health value work in the country. The imperative to drive health value is no longer an optional transition. The unsustainable upward cost trajectory of U.S. healthcare spending, coupled with declining outcomes and disparity gaps, are leaving vulnerable populations woefully underserved. To win the “race to value” we me must have disruptive innovation, spirited collaboration, democratized knowledge, realignment of the healthcare workforce towards value-based care competencies, and a collective moral purpose to reform our industry. In this podcast, leaders from the Accountable Care Learning Collaborative (ACLC) interview the top healthcare executives and entrepreneurs to discuss healthcare’s value economy. Race to Value is the show to connect you with other healthcare leaders working to create better value in health, including provider organizations —hospitals and health systems, physician practices, and post-acute providers — health plans, pharmaceutical and life-science firms, health information technology firms, medical device manufacturers, and a multitude of other stakeholders. We are the ideal resource for leaders of healthcare organizations looking to transition to and thrive in the new reality of value-based care. The race to value is not unlike any other social movement. As a nonprofit organization focused on industry transformation, the ACLC is here to catalyze a movement to value-based care. Patients are being harmed by the current healthcare system which is fraught with perverse financial incentives and structural distortions. Additionally, physicians are experiencing moral injury because they cannot care for patients in the way in which they intended when they began medical training. With its Accountable Care Atlas, a development guide for competency implementation, the ACLC is working with healthcare organizations all over the country to create the workforce of tomorrow. There is a better way. The Race to Value podcast is here to bring to you the brightest minds making waves in the industry with their leadership and innovation. Our mission is to harness their brainpower to facilitate transformation in our country’s healthcare system. Come join us to listen to these disrupters as they share their vision to reorder the healthcare universe. Now is the time to get inspired -- we can win this race to value.

NICU Bootcamp

Dr. Kirsti Martin

Episode 4: Cases and On-Call Pearls

In this episode, we will talk about several common clinical situations you will encounter in the NICU, and how to manage them.

NursEM - Nursing in Emergency

prn Education

Episode 65 - Fluid and Electrolytes - Part 1

In the episode we talk about the "fluid" part of fluid and electrolytes.  Ever wondered what all of those different IV fluids are for or just need a refresher?  Here we go...Support the show (

Dynamic Healing with David Hanscom MD and Les Aria PhD

Mind Body

 It is almost impossible to believe that you can break free from chronic mental and physical pain after years of suffering and disappointments. Learn how your nervous system is the game changer in your pain recovery journey. If you are dealing with the misery of being in relentless pain and want to learn science backed Mind Body information and skills by two leading experts in chronic pain, David Hanscom M.D. and Les Aria PhD, then this podcast is for you! 

Beyond The Mask: Innovation & Opportunities For CRNAs

Jeremy Stanley

A podcast for the CRNA industry. Discussing the important issues that happen both in, and beyond, the operating room. With Sharon Pearce, DNP, CRNA, FAANA and Jeremy Stanley, EA, CFP, AIF. Innovations & opportunities for CRNAs. Visit our website for more great information and to learn how you can get CE Credit as a CRNA just by listening to the podcast. Don’t miss our special series on CRNA History, CRNA Personal Finance & Retirement, Political Conversations, CRNA Career Issues, and our leadership series called Courage To Lead. Check out new episodes of Beyond The Mask every week with distinguished guests from the CRNA community.

Blood Bank Guy Essentials Podcast

Joe Chaffin, MD

096CE: Navigating Blood Shortages with Claudia Cohn

Continuing education episode! Blood shortages happen, but the one associated with COVID-19 is unique (and severe!). AABB Chief Medical Officer Dr. Claudia Cohn explains why and gives practical survival tips.

Walking Home From The ICU


Ep 101: The ABCDEF Bundle in the Neuro ICU

What does the ABCDEF bundle look like in neurocritical care? When patients suffer conditions such as intracranial hypertension that necessitate sedation and immobility, how does the ABCDEF bundle apply? Neurointensivist, Dr. Neha Dangayach, shares with us her team's strong ABCDEF culture and practices in the neuro ICU. @Drdangayach 


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Anesthesia Guidebook

Jon Lowrance

#63 – Anesthesia Billing Models with Ian Hewer, CRNA

Dr Ian Hewer is the program director of Western Carolina University’s Doctor of Nursing Practice in nurse anesthesia program.  At the time of this interview, Ian had been a CRNA for 20 years, was an assistant professor in WCU’s nurse anesthesia program, held two master’s degrees – one in sociology, the other in anesthesia – […]

The Jay Campbell Podcast

Jay Campbell

Today’s healthcare system is flawed. Break free from the limitations of “sick-care” and discover what it means to live life FULLY optimized. A former champion men’s physique competitor and current 4x international best selling author in the optimized health care space, Jay Campbell is a global thought leader on hormones, biohacking and higher consciousness. Since returning from 12 days in The Sacred Valley of Peru, he's experienced a profound awareness of the importance of #RaisingTheVibration of humanity to reach planetary consciousness aka unconditional love. On the Jay Campbell Podcast, Jay interviews empowered servant leaders helping to propel humanity towards full spectrum optimization of the body-mind, heart and soul. Are you the best version of yourself? Claim: I AM Giving, Receiving and BE-ing Love! Raise Your Vibration To Optimize Your Love Creation!

AAD's Dialogues in Dermatology

American Academy of Dermatology

As a subscriber to Dialogues in Dermatology premium channel, you will receive new podcasts weekly and can earn CME credit. Listen each week as dermatologists discuss clinical treatments and the latest in dermatology. Dialogues in Dermatology is brought to you by the American Academy of Dermatology.

TLP Podcast For Dentists

Justin Short, Derek Williams, Steve Van De Graaff

The Lifestyle Practice Podcast was created to help dentists obtain their desired life, by creating uncommonly successful dental practices.

Physician Assistant in a Flash

Courtney Schock

The flashcard style podcast to get you prepared for your EOR, PANCE, or PANRE.

NICU Grad Podcast

Neena Jube-Desai MD MBA

Necrotizing Enterocolitis

In this episode, Drs. Lila Nolan and Misty Good will discuss the nitty gritty of necrotizing enterocolitis.

The Moss Report

Moss Reports

The Moss Report Podcast features in-depth conversations about alternative, complementary, and innovative cancer treatments. Podcast Host, Ralph W Moss, PhD, speaks with doctors, researchers, patients, and health professionals from around the world.

Rheumnow Podcast

Dr. Cush

EULAR22 RA Podcast

- David Liew: Can We Get Rid of RA?
- Jonathan Kay: Rheumatoid Arthritis Comorbidities
- Richard Conway: Major Consequences of Depression In RA
- Eric Dein: Incident Depression Major Risk Factor for Death in Rheumatoid Arthritis
- Aurelie Najm: Treatment of Pre-RA: Is Early Already Too Late?
- David Liew: Not Your Kind of RA
- Richard Conway: No Glory in GLORIA   h

Diabetes Core Update

American Diabetes Association

Diabetes Core Update – April 2022

Diabetes Core Update is a monthly podcast that presents and discusses the latest clinically relevant articles from the American Diabetes Association’s four science and medical journals – Diabetes, Diabetes Care, Clinical Diabetes, and Diabetes Spectrum. Each episode is approximately 20 minutes long and presents 5-6 recently published articles from ADA journals. Intended for practicing physicians and health care professionals, Diabetes Core Update discusses how the latest research and information published in journals of the American Diabetes Association are relevant to clinical practice and can be applied in a treatment setting. This issue will review: The Incidence of Diabetes Among 2,777,768 Veterans With and Without Recent SARS-CoV-2 Infection Primary Prevention of Cardiovascular and Heart Failure Events With SGLT2 Inhibitors, GLP-1 Receptor Agonists, and Their Combination in Type 2 Diabetes Persistence of Risk for Type 2 Diabetes After

Impactful Wisdom - Helpful Strategies For A Successful Dental Career

Cathy Telles, Vincent Battles and the Heartland Dental Campus Team

An entertaining professional development podcast for dental students. As future dentists and hygienists, you receive excellent education and training at dental school...but what happens after you graduate? How do you prepare now for your future dental career? Heartland Dental is the leading dental support organization in the dental industry. We support you in every step of your career. As part of that mission, we created this podcast. Topics include all aspects of professional development, leadership, and entrepreneurship as well as the practical skills needed to start and run a successful dental practice. Every other week, we feature engaging conversations with dentists, hygienists, and leaders in the dental industry.

The Empowered Nurse Podcast

Lacey Magen

Creating a Sustainable Caregiving Practice: Day off Meditation and Affirmations

In this final episode of our three part series all about transitioning from our shifts as a nurse to home life, Brittany Stockel is taking us into how to heal on days off in order to create a sustainable caregiving practice. She’s discussing the differences between rituals versus routines, how to implement both into your days off as a nurse, embracing rest without judgement, releasing the need to be productive, and active recovery and gentle movement. She ends the episode with a sweet and simple meditation packed with affirmations to get you in the mood for a great day (or days) off!    Costa Rica Retreat for Nurses | Text RETREAT to +1 (973) 310-6356 to learn more or visit   Connect with Brittany: Yoga and Mindset for Nurses Facebook group   Connect with Lacey: ht

The Honest MD

Dr. Kelly

The Honest MD is a podcast that discusses all things pre-med, medical school, residency, and beyond. We are all about being honest here. We share the authentic truth of life both inside and outside of medicine. Your host is Dr. Kelly, a psychiatry resident physician. Join her and her boyfriend Jaret each week as they navigate life as a couple in medicine.

Dementia Matters

Wisconsin Alzheimer‘s Disease Research Center

Breaking Down Medicare’s Proposed Decision on Aducanumab and Monoclonal Antibody Treatments

On January 11, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) announced its much-anticipated coverage proposal for monoclonal antibody treatments that target amyloid for the treatment of Alzheimer’s disease. According to the proposed policy, this class of drugs, which includes aducanumab, also known by the brand name Aduhelm, would be covered for people with Medicare only if they are enrolled in qualifying clinical trials. Dr. Jason Karlawish joins the podcast to discuss the recent proposal, share his reaction to the decision, and tell us how this coverage policy could impact the development of other Alzheimer’s disease treatments in the future.

Guest: Jason Karlawish, MD, co-director, Penn Memory Center, professor of medicine, medical ethics and health policy, and neurology, University of Pennsylvania

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ICU Doc Talk


Critical care, anesthesiology, COVID and social reform rambling from ICU Doctor on TikTok. Not medical advice. Educational only. @icudoctor;

Physio Explained by Physio Network

Physio Network

#46 - Can you be evidence-based and use manual therapy? With Kieran Richardson and James Schomburgk

In this episode Kieran and James cover both the helpful and unhelpful shifts in the manual therapy narrative over the last 10 years. We then explore how it is possible to be evidence-based, practice in a biopsychosocial model, and use manual therapy.Kieran Richardson is a Specialist Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist who is passionate about patients undertaking physiotherapy rehabilitation to solve their pain and injury problems. James Schomburgk is the Director of Back in Motion Campbelltown, Valley View and Mt Barker in South Australia.Our host is Michael Rizk from Physio Network and iMoveU:

Ask the Dentist with Dr. Mark Burhenne

Dr. Mark Burhenne - Functional Dentist

Why Do I Have White Spots on My Teeth After Braces?

Welcome back to another episode of Ask the Dentist! Today's question is from a listener who has white spots on her teeth following braces, and she wants to know what Dr. B recommends to treat them. We dive into the topic with Dr. B's explanation of what these white spots are, and how they are formed. We learn why the current standard practice of orthodontics is outdated, and why parents need to be involved when a kid gets braces. Tune in to hear Dr. B's three main suggestions on how to prevent these white spots (diet, swishing, and mouth tape), and how they work. Next, we move on to the noninvasive treatments, like fluoride- and hydroxyapatite-based toothpaste, the Icon procedure, and tooth whitening. We wrap up the episode with the pros and cons of choosing more invasive treatments, and how visiting a functional dentist from a young age can eliminate the need for braces entirely. For all this and so much mor



The Pulm PEEPs podcast will be providing regular episodes delving into the world of pulmonary and critical care medicine. Our mission with this platform is to provide learners of all levels multiple formats to engage in pulmonary and critical care education that you can access anytime, anywhere. We will be bringing you case reports of classic teaching cases that we have encountered accompanied by infographics on high-yield points from each case, roundtable chats with experts and leaders in the field of PCCM, and series of Top ICU and Top Pulmonary consults.

ER-Rx: An ER + ICU Podcast

Adis Keric

Episode 72- "Alcohol Withdrawal? Try Phenobarbital!": Part 2: Dosing + Monitoring

In Part 2 of this "Mini Grand Rounds" series, we discuss the data behind phenobarb and how to dose and monitor itClick HERE to leave a review of the podcast!Subscribe HERE!References:All references for Episode 72 are found on my Read by QxMD collectionDisclaimer: The information contained within the  ER-Rx podcast episodes,, and the @errxpodcast Instagram page is for informational/ educational purposes only, is not meant to replace professional medical judgement, and does not constitute a provider-patient relationship between you and the authors. Information contained herein may be accidentally inaccurate, incomplete, or outdated, and users are to use caution,  seek medical advice from a licensed physician, and consult available resources prior to any medical decision making. The contributors of the ER-Rx podcast are not affiliated with, nor do they speak on