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Dr Simon Kemp is a Sport and Exercise Medicine consultant, and Medical Services Director at the Rugby Football Union. He is a leading researcher in Rugby Medicine, with a wide and high-impact research portfolio. Dr Patrick O’Halloran is a Sport and Exercise Medicine Registrar in the UK who is undertaking a PhD at the University of Birmingham. He al…
 
In this podcast, JNIS Editor-In-Chief Felipe C. Albuquerque and Adnan Siddiqui discuss a case series that describes complete flow control using concurrent transient rapid ventricular pacing with afferent arterial balloon flow arrest technique as “safe and feasible” for transvenous embolization of select cerebral arteriovenous malformations (AVM).Dr…
 
Simon Carley, Associate Editor of EMJ, talks through his highlights of the April 2021 edition of the Emergency Medicine Journal.Read the primary survey here: https://emj.bmj.com/content/38/4/249Environmentally sustainable emergency medicine: https://emj.bmj.com/content/38/4/315 When dispatcher assistance is not saving lives: assessment of process c…
 
In this episode of the Heart podcast, Digital Media Editor, Dr James Rudd, is joined by Dr Shrilla Banerjee and Dr Shazia Hussain, UK-based interventional cardiologists. They discuss their experiences in cardiology as females and offer some help and advice to the next generation considering a craft speciality.Link to published paper: https://heart.…
 
Kieran Walsh, clinical director at BMJ, asks editors from BMJ Learning and BMJ Best Practice to summarise the latest clinical guidance related to covid-19.Emma Scott, section editor, updates us on vaccination and the risk of blood clots.And Abigail Davis, GP and section editor, covers acute kidney injury, venous thromboembolism prevention, and seco…
 
Recorded on Tuesday 13th of April, as the shops open in the UK, and England is heading to the beer gardens. The roll out of the vaccination programme has completed its first phase, and second doses have been given to the most vulnerable people - and now the under 50s are starting to get their first doses.In this podcast, Duncan Jarvies, multimedia …
 
In this episode of the IJGC podcast, Editor-in-Chief, Dr. Pedro Ramirez, is joined by Dr. Kevin Elias to discuss the ERAS impact on return to treatment in ovarian cancer. Kevin Elias is an Assistant Professor of Gynecologic Oncology and Director of the Gynecologic Oncology Laboratory at Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, an…
 
The synergistic linking of increasing health and wealth is broadly accepted - it's an integral part of the thinking between the Sustainable Development Goals, and the World Bank's call for universal healthcare as a way of boosting a country's economy.But the quantification of that link - the extent to which a particular health intervention, has bro…
 
Two topics currently being hotly discussed in the media and in clinical practice are headaches after the COVID vaccine, and the impact that structural racism is having on vaccine uptake. Headache and fever are common symptoms after a vaccination, but there are concerns about the potential link between the AstraZeneca vaccine and blood clots, and th…
 
It's the age old medical school interview question - but why did we initially want to become doctors? Do those reasons still stand, or are they replaced by stronger motives? Listen to the panel discuss their own expectations vs. reality of life at medical school and beyond, with interviews from TV Doctor Zoe Williams and CMO Chris Whitty.…
 
The benefits of physical activity are unquestioned, but many health care providers still do a poor job of activity counseling and prescription. Frequently cited reasons for this apparent disconnect include a lack of time, poor reimbursement, and lack of training on how to incorporate exercise prescription into clinical practice. The AMSSM has assem…
 
The highlights of this edition brought to you by the Editor-in-Chief of Frontline Gastroenterology Mark Beattie.Read the UpFront of the May issue of Frontline Gastroenterology:https://fg.bmj.com/content/12/3/167The full issue is now online: https://fg.bmj.com/content/12/3Listen to our regular podcasts and subscribe in Apple Podcasts, Google Podcast…
 
Duane Peters of the Lupus Foundation of America interviews Professor Ronald van Vollenhoven of the Amsterdam University Medical Centers about the 10th Annual Meeting of the Lupus Academy, which will be held virtually from 16-18th April 2021. As well as his role as co-Editor-in-Chief of Lupus Science & Medicine, Professor van Vollenhoven is a member…
 
In this episode of the JISAKOS Podcast, Social Media Editors, Dr. Emmanouil Brilakis and Prof. Andreas Voss interview Dr. Daniel Verstift of the OLVG in Amsterdam about his recently published article, "Review of Weaver and Dunn on treatment of acromioclavicular injuries, especially complete acromioclavicular separation" (https://jisakos.bmj.com/con…
 
The EULAR COVID-19 database and the COVID-19 Global Rheumatology Alliance work together on shared collected data to address the most pertinent questions in regard to risks for people with rheumatic diseases and COVID-19 infection. The latest study confirms already known risk factors for more severe disease and explores associations between treatmen…
 
Dr Philip Smith, Digital and Education Editor of Gut and Consultant Gastroenterologist at the Royal Liverpool Hospital, interviews Dr Fabian Frost who is a clinical scientist, internal medicine specialist and gastroenterologist in training working at the Department of Medicine A, University Medicine Greifswald, Germany. The podcast is focussed on ‘…
 
Duane Peters from the Lupus Foundation of America interviews Dr Ashira Blazer from New York University, USA, and Dr Ida Dzifa Dey from the University of Ghana in Accra, Ghana, about the associations between apolipoprotein L1 genetic polymorphisms and disease outcomes among SLE patients in Ghana.Access the paper here: https://lupus.bmj.com/content/8…
 
Chronic kidney disease (CKD) is a common condition that is often unrecognised until the most advanced stages.The most common causes are diabetes mellitus and hypertension.Manisha Singh, Assistant Professor, Division of Nephrology, Department of Internal Medicine, University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences, gives us an overview of the condition.For…
 
In this podcast, Editor-in-Chief of Medical Humanities, Brandy Schillace, speaks to Natalie Kerres, designer of SCALED and a recent graduate of Imperial College London and the Royal College of Art. SCALED is wearable technology designed for sports, medicine, and disability.Read the transcript of this podcast in the Medical Humanities blog: https://…
 
In this episode of the IJGC podcast, Editor-in-Chief, Dr. Pedro Ramirez, is joined by Dr. Michael Frumovitz to discuss radical hysterectomy in cervical neuroendocrine carcinoma. Dr. Frumovitz is an Associate Editor for IJGC and the author of the Lead Article of the April 2021 issue of IJGC, “Role of radical hysterectomy in patients with early-stage…
 
The evidence geekery continues, and this week Helen Macdonald and Duncan Jarvies are joined again by Joe Ross, The BMJ's US research editor, and professor of medicine and public health at Yale.This week we update you on treatment - the WHO's guidelines for covid and ivermectin, and why they're not ready to recommend it's use in treatment, and proph…
 
In this month’s podcast, Rod McLure talks to Renee Johnson, Dr. Holly Hedegaard, Emilia Pasalic, and Pedro Martinez, from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in the US. They are Guest Editors of the Injury Prevention's new supplement, which explores injury epidemiology and surveillance methods using ICD-10-CM coded data, and was publishe…
 
Associate editor Dr James Maurice interviews Dr Srivathsan Ravindran, JAG research fellow at St Marks Hospital, London. They talk about developing a culture of improving patient safety in endoscopy, and how the 'Case of the Month' model can be used to create valuable learning opportunities for endoscopy teams following patient safety incidents.Read…
 
In this episode of the Heart podcast, Digital Media Editor, Dr James Rudd, is joined by Dr Michelle Kittleson from Cedars Sinai Heart Institute. They discuss her review on remote monitoring for heart failure.If you enjoy the show, please subscribe to the podcast to get episodes automatically downloaded to your phone and computer. Also, please consi…
 
In this episode of the IJGC podcast, Editor-in-Chief Dr. Pedro Ramirez, is joined by Dr. Peter McCulloch to discuss the IDEAL Framework. Dr. McCulloch is Professor of Surgical Science & Practice at Oxford University. He attended medical school in Aberdeen and underwent his surgical training in Glasgow before moving to academic posts in Liverpool an…
 
The recent development of triple CFTR modulation means that up to 90% of people with CF will be eligible for ‘highly effective’ CFTR modulator therapy. In this podcast, Rachael Moses, Multimedia Editor of Thorax, and Dr Peter Barry, Consultant Respiratory Physician, Manchester Adult Cystic Fibrosis Centre, discuss the long-term adherence to and eff…
 
The past year has seen an increase in antibiotic prescriptions, especially for broad-spectrum antibiotics. This might be due to the rise in teleconsultations, which limit the ability to examine patients, causing GPs to experience higher levels of uncertainty in making diagnoses. This week, we discuss the impact that COVID-19, and COVID tests, have …
 
Do you have a healthy work-life balance? Find out what actually counts as work, and whether medicine means sacrificing your social life...This week the team are joined by Sharp Scratch’s old friend Greta McLachlan, Higher General Surgical Trainee and Leadership Fellow at Cleveland Clinic London, to talk about their social lives, maintaining a work …
 
In the UK, phase 2 of our coronavirus vaccination strategy may be delayed by supply problems, at the same time many GPs, who carried out the majority of the first vaccination phases, are declining to take on the addition burden and are trying to return to normal clinical work. In this podcast, Duncan Jarvies, multimedia editor for The BMJ, talks to…
 
In this podcast, James Cave (Editor-in-Chief) and David Phizackerley (Deputy Editor) review the April issue of DTB. The editorial discusses variability in the management of people with severe asthma (https://dtb.bmj.com/content/59/4/50). The editors talk about a summary of an article on changes in prescribing of statins (https://dtb.bmj.com/content…
 
In this episode of the IJGC podcast, Editor-in-Chief Dr. Pedro Ramirez, is joined by Dr. Sandro Pignata to discuss the MITO16b trial. Dr. Pignata is president of the Multicenter Italian Trial in Ovarian cancer (MITO) group, member of the educational committee of ESMO, Past Chair of the European Network of Gynaecological Oncological Trial Groups (EN…
 
In this Wellbeing podcast, sponsored by medical protection, Abi Rimmer and Cat Chatfield talk to Susanna Petche and Reina Popat, GPs and members of First You - an organisation of healthcare workers, promoting wellbeing in the NHS.They discuss why it is that clinicians learn to subjugate their own wellbeing to their patients', and the ways in which …
 
Linda Truong is a physical therapist and PhD trainee at the University of British Columbia, in Vancouver. Her research aims to understand how social support can improve recovery outcomes and delay post-traumatic osteoarthritis after a traumatic knee injury. In this episode, Brooke Patterson asks Linda about her recent scoping review and editorial r…
 
In this podcast, Roberta Heale, Associate Editor of Evidence-Based Nursing, interviews Shaminder Singh, postdoctoral researcher, University of Calgary, Alberta, Canada.Dr. Singh discusses the commentary he wrote titled "A short therapy program may reduce the risk of suicide reattempts by strengthening problem-focused coping among people with attemp…
 
In this episode of the JISAKOS Podcast, Social Media Editors, Dr. Emmanouil Brilakis and Prof. Andreas Voss interview Prof. Harris Slone of the Medical University of South Carolina about his recently publish article, "Quadriceps tendon autograft is an effective alternative graft for posterior cruciate ligament reconstruction in isolated or multilig…
 
This round table, recorded at the nuffield summit 2021, asks what does following the science actually mean - do ministers understand the nuance of the science in the pandemic, and how does uncertainty get interpreted through the lens of ideology and the power of compelling stories.Taking part are:Kamran Abassi, executive editor of The BMJPartha Kar…
 
Depression in children is characterised by sad or irritable mood, anhedonia, decreased capacity to have fun, decreased self-esteem, sleep disturbance, social withdrawal or impaired social relationships, and impaired school performance.It is one of the most common paediatric psychiatric disorders, especially among girls during adolescence.David A. B…
 
In this episode of the Heart podcast, Digital Media Editor, Dr James Rudd, is joined by Dr Martin O'Donnell from Galway in Ireland. They discuss his paper "Variations in knowledge, awareness and treatment of hypertension and stroke risk by country income level".If you enjoy the show, please subscribe to the podcast to get episodes automatically dow…
 
The use of telemedicine is on the rise, and the pandemic has led to an increased demand for this service, due to the availability of face-to-face appointments being severely limited. In this week’s episode, we discuss the benefits and pitfalls of teledermatology. With long waits for secondary care referrals, teledermatology allows dermatologists to…
 
In a slightly different talk evidence, Helen Macdonald and Duncan Jarvies are bringing you a couple, of in depth interviews,Firstly, Anthony Harnden, GP, academic and member of the UK's Joint Committee on Vaccination and Immunisation takes us inside their decision making, and explains what evidence they look at, how they assess it, and what the nex…
 
We all know the benefits of physical activity, but have you ever considered the ways the area you live in influences your ability to and options for exercise? Many Americans live in areas that discourage rather than promote an active lifestyle. Lack of access to areas to safely exercise creates physical activity deserts, which like food deserts, wh…
 
Dr Philip Smith, Digital and Education Editor of Gut and Consultant Gastroenterologist at the Royal Liverpool Hospital, UK, interviews Professor Nathanson, the Gladys Phillips Crofoot Professor of Medicine and Cell Biology at Yale University and the Director of the Yale Liver Center, Yale University School of Medicine, New Haven, Connecticut, USA. …
 
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