Primary Care 공개
[search 0]

Download the App!

show episodes
 
Four healthily skeptical primary care physicians discuss the latest in primary care medicine. Join Essential Evidence Editor Mark Ebell MD, JFP editor John Hickner MD, Rush University's Kate Rowland MD, and POEMs co-founder Henry Barry MD, for this fast-paced weekly update on evidence-based primary care.
 
This podcast is for all Primary Care clinical staff (Doctors, nurses, physician's associates, Clinical Pharmacists in Practice, Paramedics in GP, First Contact Physiotherapists). Contents includes: Clinical updates; Wellbeing, Regional/local news, Creating a community, and anything else of interest to these frontline clinicians.
 
This Podcast is brought to you by the North East London Training Hubs. The host and technical editor is Munir Adam. The podcast is for ALL Primary Care staff but particularly Clinical staff (Doctors, Nurses, Physician Associates, Clinical Pharmacists in Practice, Paramedics in GP, First Contact Physiotherapists, and trainees and students of those groups). Contents includes: • Clinical (Education updates)• Integration (System updates)• Working together (understanding roles)• Supporting each o ...
 
This podcast is for general informational and educational purposes only and is not to be considered as medical advice for any particular patient. Clinicians must rely on their own informed clinical judgment in making recommendations to their patients. ©2016 by Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, all rights reserved.
 
Hi I’m Ross Tanick, DO, family medicine resident at Swedish Medical Center in Colorado. This podcast features interviews and stories with physicians from a variety of backgrounds and involved in many different styles of practice (mental health, addiction and pain, rural practice, OMM/OMT, geriatrics, pediatrics, lifestyle med, preventive medicine, etc). We dive into the journey to become a physician and choosing a specialty, as well as hear fun stories and compelling cases being presented. N ...
 
Primary Care Today features conversations with clinical experts representing a wide range of medical specialties to highlight the latest trends in primary care practice, from clinical pearls to updated guidelines, health informatics, and practice management. This series is hosted by Dr. Brian McDonough, a nationally recognized clinical expert, teacher, and public speaker in primary care.
 
In this podcast we look at the changes in primary care in British Columbia during the COVID-19 pandemic. We talk about ways primary care clinics can and are adapting in this crisis. Each episode we tackle a different topic from how to stay connected as a team to how to approach advanced care planning with patients. We try to keep things real and practical so you can apply these ideas in your practices. Brought to you by the University of British Columbia's Primary Care Innovation Support Uni ...
 
Join Dr Rhys (he/him) and explore LGBTI+ health and what we can do as healthcare professionals to better care for the LGBTI+ community. Each week Dr Rhys will chat with an expert and give you actionable tips to help your patients today. This podcast is for GPs, hospital doctors, medical students, nurses and other healthcare providers who want to go beyond being “LGBTI-friendly” and become more confident with the specific health risks and concerns that affect the LGBTI+ community.
 
Loading …
show series
 
While the title of this key topic makes me uncomfortable, the excellent and succinct script is wonderful. Written By: Dr Nova Zhao - Family Physician - Halifax Nova Scotia Reviewed By: Dr Tania Wong - Paediatrician & Assistant Professor of Community Paediatrics at Dalhousie저자 Dr Nova Zhao
 
Did you know that lack of canal swelling should be a red flag in physical exam of otorrhea? Ryan Ruiz, MD, MS, attending physician, Division of Otolaryngology, Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, provides a broad review, covering: key physical exam findings that indicate otitis externa; using antibiotic ear drops and/or oral antibiotics; when to c…
 
Did you know that lack of canal swelling should be a red flag in physical exam of otorrhea? Ryan Ruiz, MD, MS, attending physician, Division of Otolaryngology, Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, provides a broad review, covering: key physical exam findings that indicate otitis externa; using antibiotic ear drops and/or oral antibiotics; when to c…
 
IN THIS EPISODE we discuss the MDT approach for patients suffering with the persistent, yet unexplained symptoms of long Covid, with the aim of helping them to live with them. Munir Adam is joined by Louise Ross to understand this better. SPECIAL THANKS to: Louise Ross - Cognitive Behavioural Therapist; City & Hackney COVID Rehabilitation (CoRe) Se…
 
In this episode Ron chats with Scott Haas & Erik Davis, Senior Vice Presidents at USI on their Healthcare Operational Risk Consulting Team. USI has served over 500,000 clients meeting their property & casualty, employee benefit, personal risk and retirement needs nationwide. USI works to understand the specific needs of their clients, to provide an…
 
*Recorded in June 2020 - Summer Replay* In this episode Lisa and Sara talk to Dr Avril Danczak, a GP with an interest in managing uncertainty in medicine which led to her co-authoring the RCGP published book called Mapping Uncertainty in Medicine. We cover what uncertainty is, and why it is important to address this within medicine and general prac…
 
IN THIS EPISODE we focus on the sudden increase in remote consultations in recent times, and what issues we should be considering when offering patients consultations in this way. Munir Adam speaks with Anwar Khan to understand things better and gain some insights into how to do it better. We cover: - The potential pros and cons of remote consultin…
 
play_arrow ICU Primary – Bedside preparation – Blood Thinning Agents Dr Swapnil Pawar Join us as we discuss the pharmacology and pharmacokinetics of blood thinning agents commonly used in the Intensive Care setting. Test yourself on our fun fact questions and more. The post ICU Primary – Bedside preparation – Blood Thinning Agents first appeared on…
 
Hormone therapy in menopause, gender-affirming care, and sexual pain disorders!This episode is with OBGYN Dr. Gretchen Frey. She has a new project out now! An Introduction to Sexuality Education: A Handbook for Primary Care Providers. Get it now at https://v3.unhushed.org/She talks about how she worked as a general OBGYN for many years, then as she…
 
This episode features Randa Deaton, Vice President of Purchaser Engagement at Purchaser Business Group on Health (PBGH). PBGH is a nonprofit coalition representing nearly 40 private employers and public entities across the U.S. that collectively spend $350 billion annually purchasing health care services for more than 21 million Americans and their…
 
Join us as we update the Dizziness episode with the expertise of vertigo guru, Dr Peter Johns. When he isn't trying to update the medical internet community into more clinically useful vertigo management, he is working as an ER Physician in Ottawa, as well as in the Rapid Access Dizziness(RAD) clinic helping dizzy patients. Here we update the prior…
 
The Philadelphia Youth Sports Collaborative has more than 70 member organizations that help promote leadership, grit, and other important skills through sports. Beth DeVine, executive director, Philadelphia Youth Sports Collaborative, explains the term “sports-based youth development” and provides an overview of the organization’s goals and role, i…
 
The Philadelphia Youth Sports Collaborative has more than 70 member organizations that help promote leadership, grit, and other important skills through sports. Beth DeVine, executive director, Philadelphia Youth Sports Collaborative, explains the term “sports-based youth development” and provides an overview of the organization’s goals and role, i…
 
In this episode Ron chats with Benjamin Clinton, Deputy Superintendent of Raymondville ISD. Here, they discuss Raymondville ISD’s journey to find the right benefits for their district. Benjamin discusses how now that they found a super affordable and innovative package for their employees, they do much better with recruiting and employee retention.…
 
In this episode Ron brings Dutch Rojas back on the show. Here, they do a deep dive into the current state of healthcare benefits, digital health, venture backed healthcare startups, and many other aspects of American healthcare. Dutch Rojas is a healthcare entrepreneur dedicated to making medical treatments affordable and accessible to all. Current…
 
In this episode Doug Aldeen, General Counsel and ERISA Health Care Attorney, returns to the show. Here they do a deep dive into the current state of the healthcare industry and the impact COVID-19 has had on it. They also discuss the transparency laws, large employers finding better benefits brokers, and more. Doug is an Austin, TX based health car…
 
Climate change has many health effects, yet doctors and patients don’t routinely discuss this topic. Harleen Marwah, MD, MS, a pediatric resident at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia who is the founder of Medical Students for a Sustainable Future,provides an overview of the many ways climate changes affects children’s health, including prenatal h…
 
Climate change has many health effects, yet doctors and patients don’t routinely discuss this topic. Harleen Marwah, MD, MS, a pediatric resident at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia who is the founder of Medical Students for a Sustainable Future,provides an overview of the many ways climate changes affects children’s health, including prenatal h…
 
IN THIS EPISODE Munir Adam talks to Sharon Christy about Net Zero, a policy which the NHS has signed up to, and which will affect all of us in due course. We'll cover: What Net Zero is; why it is relevant to us in Primary Care, and what we can do about it. SPECIAL THANKS to the guest speaker: Sharon Christy, GP in Tower Hamlets, North-East London P…
 
This is part 2 of our special episode in which our host Munir Adam is again joined by Naureen, Jonathan, Sarah and Carrianne, the London team dedicated to addressing the problem of racial discrimination in Primary Care staff. Having heard about the scale of the problem and the forms that this may take, we hear about: The 8 workstreams: Strategies b…
 
Interstitial Lung Disease (ILD) is the topic of discussion in this episode of the PCRS Podcast. Dr Fiona Mosgrove (GP and PCRS Education Committee Member) is joined by Dr Charlie Sharp (Consultant in Respiratory Medicine) an expert in ILD, who offers fantastic insight into what things you should be looking for in the history of a patient, the impor…
 
John has the week off, so Kate, Mark and Henry plow forward rudderless and talk about monkeypox (sorry, WHO, we're not calling it hMKPX, buy a vowel), screening for atrial fibrillation, and our new candidate for worst drug ever: aducanumab for Alzheimer dementia.
 
This week’s episode is designed for primary care clinicians wanting an overview of current diabetes management. Doctors Lisa and Sara are joined by Dr Marlon Morais and Nicola Milne to talk first about Type 1 diabetes briefly (from the GP point of view) before going on to discuss the recent changes to the NICE guidelines for management of Type 2 Di…
 
This episode features Sean K Mehra, Founder & CEO at HealthTap. Here they discuss HealthTap and their focus on being a virtual primary care platform that gives patients long term relationships with their doctor so that the doctor can focus on the holistic and ongoing care of each patient. Sean is currently Founder & Chief Executive Officer at Healt…
 
How can a primary care physician be sure their patient’s oral allergy syndrome (OAS) is not another type of allergy that may require more aggressive management? Katie Kennedy, MD, attending physician, Division of Allergy and Clinical Immunology, Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, discusses: how to get a history to distinguish between OAS and IgE-…
 
How can a primary care physician be sure their patient’s oral allergy syndrome (OAS) is not another type of allergy that may require more aggressive management? Katie Kennedy, MD, attending physician, Division of Allergy and Clinical Immunology, Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, discusses: how to get a history to distinguish between OAS and IgE-…
 
This is a SPECIAL EPISODE in which our host Munir Adam is joined by a number of leaders that have dedicated their time, expertise and their heart towards addressing the extremely important problem of racial discrimination experienced by Primary Care staff. This is part 1 of a two part discussion. By the end of this part you will have heard about: T…
 
In this episode Ron chats with Mary Talley Bowden, Owner of BreatheMD. Here, they do a deep dive into how Mary stood up to the healthcare establishment and the Bigs to treat COVID-19 patients how she felt they should be treated and how she asked all the right questions when it came to treatments, vaccines, and censorship. She also discusses how the…
 
This week, Kate, Mark, Henry and John discuss the added value of coronary calcium scores, the natural history of prediabetes in older adults, using ketamine in suicidal persons, and whether antidepressant combination or monotherapy is better in severe or refractory depression.
 
Doctors Lisa and Sara are joined by Diabetes Lead for Manchester CCG GP Dr Marlon Morais and Diabetes Support Lead and Diabetes Specialist Nurse Nicola Milne to discuss diagnosis of Diabetes Mellitus. We go through the types of Diabetes Mellitus, touching on MODY and LADA and get advice on avoiding common pitfalls in making a new diagnosis of Diabe…
 
Loading …

빠른 참조 가이드

Google login Twitter login Classic login