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Neurosurgery Podcast
Residency Spotlights: Wake Forest! McMaster! Utah!

Neurosurgery Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2021 38:26


Conversations with Drs. Stacey Quintero Wolfe, Blake Yarascavitch, and Randy Jensen

Association of Academic Physiatrists
Hospital Administration Part Two: Why Should Physiatrists Consider Going Into Administration?

Association of Academic Physiatrists

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2021 39:11


"Hospital Administration Part Two: Why Should Physiatrists Consider Going Into Administration?" Speakers: Dr. Mohammad Agha and Dr. Victoria Whitehair Timestamps: :44 Why did Dr. Agha go into Hospital Administration? 5:20 Why did Dr. Whitehair go into Hospital Administration? What decisions has she made and why has she made them? 7:35 What decisions has Dr. Agha made as an Administrator and why has he made them? 10:45 What else do Drs. Agha and Whitehair like about Hospital Administration? 22:05 How do you get where you want to go? Any career planning advice? 34:20 Degrees, and do you need one?

Shrink Rap Radio Psychology Interviews: Exploring brain, body, mind, spirit, intuition, leadership, research, psychotherapy a
#777 Peter Whitehouse MD and Daniel George PhD on Brain Health in An Unhealthy Society

Shrink Rap Radio Psychology Interviews: Exploring brain, body, mind, spirit, intuition, leadership, research, psychotherapy a

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2021


Daniel George, Ph.D, M.Sc is associate professor in the Department of Humanities and Public Health Sciences at Penn State College of Medicine. He earned his Ph.D and M.Sc in medical anthropology from Oxford University in 2010. Dr. George has over 130 professional peer-review publications, and his research on intergenerational issues in dementia care has been recognized by the global advocacy group Alzheimer's Disease International. In addition to teaching and research at Penn State, Dr. George has co-founded the Farmers Market in Hershey, and a Community Garden on the hospital campus. Peter Whitehouse MD-PhD is professor of neurology and professor of psychiatry, cognitive science, neuroscience, and organizational behavior at Case Western Reserve University. He is also professor of medicine at the University of Toronto. Dr. Whitehouse has served in national and international leadership positions in neurology, geriatrics, and public health. In 1999 Peter and his wife, Catherine, founded The Intergenerational Schools, unique public, multiage community schools in Cleveland. Drs. Whitehouse and George are the coauthors of The Myth of Alzheimer's, published by St. Martin's Press in 2008, and their latest book, American Dementia: Brain Health in an Unhealthy Society, published by Johns Hopkins University Press, 2021. Sign up for 10% off of Shrink Rap Radio CE credits at the Zur Institute        

Shift+F1: A Formula 1 Podcast
174 - Saudi Arabia GP Prerace 2021

Shift+F1: A Formula 1 Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2021 68:46


As usual, we don't know what to expect at a brand new circuit, except that it will probably be weird. SHOW NOTES Our next Patron-exclusive episode will be on season 1 of Michael Fassbender: Road to Le Mans RIC holding Cyril to his promise Grosjean's Phoenix graphic and interview with Rosberg A hot lap of the Jeddah circuit in the F1 video game James' 2020 Shift+F1 intro supercut Illustration of how DRS may work on 2022 cars The next Saudi Arabia circuit has a billion corners and looks wild enough to be in Speed Racer (thanks, Majid!) Support the show on Patreon and get all our bonus episodes! Email us at shiftf1podcast@gmail.com Follow us on Twitter at @shiftf1podcast Join our fantasy league with invite code 7350a6d919 New to F1? Check out our primer episode

Advisory Cervix
Ep 9: Building Our Own Table with Dr. Uché Blackstock

Advisory Cervix

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2021 41:58


In this episode, Dr. Heather sits with the amazing Dr. Uché Blackstock. Dr. Blackstock is an American emergency physician,former Associate Professor of Emergency Medicine at the New York University School of Medicine, and medical contributor at MSNBC. She runs her own organization, “Advancing Health Equity”, to work with healthcare organizations to create racially equitable workplaces, and equitable care. Dr. Blackstock is also writing a generational memoir book about her experience as black physician. Tune in to listen! In this week's episode the Drs discuss: How social determinants impact health: transportation, healthcare access, green spaces, housing, and climate change. Their experience as black physicians and how their gender and race plays a role in their voice getting suppressed at work being. The conflicting feeling of having the opportunity to go to schools outside of their home city, not living in the area, and still caring for black people.     Find Dr. Uché on social: Website: https://advancinghealthequity.com/about/ IG: ucheblackstockmd   Dr. Heather's Social Media: IG: @advisorycervixpod IG: @drheatherirobundamd Tik Tok: drheatherirobundamd Website: www.irobundamd.com Dr. Heather's Merch: https://dr-heathers-merch-store.myshopify.com

Neurology® Podcast
Common Issues in Stroke Management (December 2021 Neurology Recall)

Neurology® Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2021 52:57


The December 2021 replay of past episodes showcases a selection of interviews regarding the diagnosis and management of stroke. This episode features Dr. Andy Southerland and Will Rondeau in conversation with Drs. Seemant Chaturvedi, Lee Schwamm, Jyri Virta, and Sidsel Hastrup, offering listeners a review across the field of vascular neurology.

Neurosurgery Podcast
Residency Spotlights: UT SW! Spectrum MSU! Columbia!

Neurosurgery Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2021 40:50


Conversations with Drs. Nader Pouratian, Paul Mazaris, and Neil Feldstein

Diabetes Connections with Stacey Simms Type 1 Diabetes
Type 1 Diabetes & Evidence-Based Hope

Diabetes Connections with Stacey Simms Type 1 Diabetes

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2021 53:17


Is the news about diabetes better than many of us believe? A deeper look into some important studies with two leaders in the diabetes community. Join the Diabetes Connections Facebook Group! Dr. Bill Polonsky of the Behavioral Diabetes Institute and Dr. Steve Edelman, founder of TCOYD and an endocrinologist who lives with type 1, join Stacey to talk about how to go through the evidence that's sort of hiding in plain sight.. to live well with diabetes. Sign up for our newsletter here Tell me something good: a young woman's letter to a major clothing company sparks a change – it's all about the pockets. Thanks to Athleta for a new product! This podcast is not intended as medical advice. If you have those kinds of questions, please contact your health care provider. More about the DCCT Trial More about the EDIC Trial ----- 00:00 Show open: what's on this week? 1:15 Stacey welcome: 250 shows! Check out our search page and browse by subject or keyword  5:00 Interview with Drs. Polonsky & Edelman 48:30 TMSG: new sweatshirt from Athleta inspired by a teen with type 1 52:00 You can still pre-order Stacey's book. Available everywhere in just a few weeks! ----- Use this link to get one free download and one free month of Audible, available to Diabetes Connections listeners! ----- Get the App and listen to Diabetes Connections wherever you go! Click here for iPhone      Click here for Android

The Aliquot Preview
PREVIEW Aliquot #43: Protein consumption: Finding the Balance

The Aliquot Preview

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2021 33:33


Protein is essential for maintaining muscle mass as we age. Modulating protein intake via dietary intake or fasting can have variable effects on aging and muscle growth. Whereas fasting turns off multiple pathways associated with aging, such as mTOR, IGF-1, growth hormone, and others, eating for optimal fitness activates these important processes.    This Aliquot features Drs. Guido Kroemer, Dominic D'Agostino, Valter Longo, Peter Attia, and Rhonda Patrick.  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: https://www.foundmyfitness.com/aliquot

Barbell Medicine Podcast
Episode #160: 2021 Sacramento Seminar Q/A Part II

Barbell Medicine Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2021 48:08


In this week's podcast, Drs. Austin Baraki and Jordan Feigenbaum answer questions at our 2021 Sacramento Seminar + Dr. Feigenbaum's greatest hits from his most recent Instagram live. New Apparel: https://www.barbellmedicine.com/shop/apparel/ 2-Day Barbell Medicine Seminar: https://www.barbellmedicine.com/seminars/ Pain and Rehab Seminar: https://www.barbellmedicine.com/shop/events/pain-rehab-2-day-virtual-seminar/ For more of our stuff: Podcasts: goo.gl/X4H4z8 Website: www.barbellmedicine.com Instagram: @austin_barbellmedicine @jordan_barbellmedicine @leah_barbellmedicine @vaness_barbellmedicine @untamedstrength @michael_barbellmedicine @derek_barbellmedicine @hassan_barbellmedicine @michael_amato_barbellmedicine @charlie_barbellmedicine @alex_barbellmedicine @tomcampitelli Email: info@barbellmedicine.com Supplements/Templates/Seminars: www.barbellmedicine.com/shop/ Forum: forum.barbellmedicine.com/

Analyst Talk With Jason Elder
ATWJE - John Ng - the Evidence-Based Analyst

Analyst Talk With Jason Elder

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2021 68:15


Release Date: November 29, 2021 Description: Law enforcement is an ever-growing and evolving profession with numerous research and schools of thought to help improve the patrol, investigative, preventative, and of course, the analytical processes. In this week's episode, crime/patrol analyst and pracademic, John Ng, demystifies misconceptions around evidence-based policing as well as an academic's role in a real-world/practical setting. John stresses the importance of a harmonious partnership between academia and the professional world to advance the law enforcement (analysis) profession; his badge story emphasizes this point and provides an example for future research-based approaches to improving workflow and processes. John is currently a divisional crime analyst/patrol analyst for the Saskatoon Police Service in Canada, Director of Operations for the Canadian Society of Evidence-Based Policing, and the Chair for the International Association of Crime Analysts (IACA) Publications Committee. John is a certified law enforcement analyst (CLEA) and has written/contributed to multiple kinds of literature related to evidence-based policing and other various topics in law enforcement.  Name Drops: Rachel Boba-Santos (00:03:30), Dr. Keira Stockdale (00:23:19), Kris Henning/Greg Stewart (00:30:43), Dr. Laura Huey/Lawrence Sherman (00:37:55), Drs. Rachel and Roberto Santos (00:44:58), Christopher Bruce (00:53:04), Manny San Pedro (00:56:43)  Public Service Announcements: Emmanuel James Oteng Manny San Pedro (https://www.leapodcasts.com/e/atwje-manny-san-pedro-the-penalty-box-analyst/) Related Links:   The Canadian Society of Evidence-Based Policing (Can-SEBP): https://www.can-sebp.net/ Personal Twitter account: https://twitter.com/johnng50019199?lang=en International Association of Crime Analysts - Prioritizing Offender white paper: http://iaca.net/wp-content/uploads/2019/01/iacawp_2018_01_prioritizing_offenders.pdf Thinking about police data: Analysts' perceptions of data quality in Canadian policing - peer-reviewed journal article: https://journals.sagepub.com/doi/full/10.1177/0032258X211021461 Association(s) Mentioned: IACA, IACP, NIJ, BJA, CANEBP Vendor(s) Mentioned:  Contact: https://www.linkedin.com/in/johnathanng/; https://twitter.com/johnng50019199?lang=en  Podcast Writer: Mindy Duong Podcast Researcher: Katherine Cincotta Theme Song: Written and Recorded by The Rough & Tumble. Find more of their music at www.theroughandtumble.com. Logo: Designed by Kyle McMullen. Please visit www.moderntype.com for any printable business forms and planners.  Podcast Email: leapodcasts@gmail.com   Podcast Webpage: www.leapodcasts.com   Podcast Twitter: @leapodcasts YouTube Version:  https://youtu.be/Om33Lnt13dM  00:00:31 – Introducing John 00:04:55 – Initial Research 00:05:57 – Patrol Analysis 00:14:50 – Data Governance 00:19:20 – Analyst Badge Story:  Offender Management Program 00:35:10 – Break: Emmanuel James Oteng, Manny San Pedro  00:37:22 – Evidence-Based Policing 00:39:30 – 3 T's:  Targeting, Testing, Tracking 00:44:09 – How to Get Started with EBP (e.g. POP Center) 00:50:48 – IACA 00:55:09 – The “I” in IACA 00:59:29 – Advice 01:03:57 – Personal Interests:  Raising Twins 01:06:22 – Words to the World 

The Scope of Practice Podcast
Podcast Episode 87 - Can you really have it all?

The Scope of Practice Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2021 61:09


Episode 87 - Today I'm going to do something a little different.  I'm bringing you two of my most popular talks from the recent Marriage and Money, M.D. Summit.  We had  over 1300 people register for the conference, and the speakers did an absolutely phenomenal job!  Today we ask, "Can you really have it all?"This first conversation is with Drs. Nii and Renée Darko.  They met in medical school and married after a 10-year courtship. When they realized they were drowning in almost $700,000 of student loan debt and living paycheck to paycheck without much in savings and zero investments, they made a pact to pay off their student loan debt in 15 years. In only 3 short years, not only were they free of student loan debt, but during their debt payoff, they cash flowed several rounds of infertility treatments and quit their jobs to become entrepreneurs, starting 3 businesses. Our next speaker is Dr. Kate Mangona.   She and her husband Victor, are active and passive real estate investors in over 3 thousand multifamily units and single-family rentals and they lead a Multifamily Masterclass course where they teach others how to passively invest in real estate to grow their wealth as they sleep. Kate hosts the Medicine, Marriage & Money podcast and leads the Medicine, Marriage, & Money Coaching Program where she helps married women physicians with children spend less time arguing with their spouse, and more time reigniting the sparks once felt during their honeymoon. Click here to download your free CME credits for listening to the show!It's time to Residency-Proof Your Marriage!This online video course will coach you through setting expectations, communicating effectively, getting on the same page with finances, and keeping your relationship thriving during a difficult time.  Whether you're in medical school, residency, or out in clinical practice, Residency-Proof Your Marriage is going to help you build a thriving medical marriage.   This is a very inexpensive investment in your marriage.  A weekend marriage retreat will cost upwards of $1000 between food, registration, lodging, and vacation time.  This course is just a fraction of that cost and you can complete it on your own time!The course is also eligible for CME credits, so you can use your employer's CME funds to sign up.Registration for the course is open NOW! Free Resource: 3 Critical Tools to Level Up Your Family's FinancesBuying a house can and should be fun, but you've got to put in the work to do it right.  That's why this week's free resource is so valuable.  It's a pdf download called “3 Critical Tools to Level Up Your Family's Finances.”  It'll help you create an easy budget that actually works, set some reachable financial goals, and communicate with your spouse about money without ending up in another money fight.  That way, you can save up for your house, or any other big purchase and get there with your sanity and your wallet intact.   You can download it for free by clicking here.

Behind The Knife: The Surgery Podcast
Clinical Challenges in Surgical Critical Care: Arrhythmias

Behind The Knife: The Surgery Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2021 28:32


Cardiac arrhythmias such as atrial fibrillation are common in any ICU. But, adequately addressing additional perioperative considerations is key in the surgical ICU. In this Critical Care episode of Behind the Knife, Drs. Bankhead, Dumas, & Park will address how to approach a critically ill patient who presents with an arrythmia. Hemodynamically stable vs. unstable patients are discussed, as well as the current ACLS guidelines for management of a patient in cardiac arrest.  Referenced Articles and Guidelines: 1. Van Gelder I, Groenveld H, Crijns H, et al. Lenient versus Strict Rate Control in Patients with Atrial Fibrillation. NEJM 2010.  2. Walkey A, Hogarth K, Lip G. Optimizing Atrial Fibrillation Management: From ICU and Beyond. CHEST 2015.  3. AFFIRM Investigators. A Comparison of Rate Control and Rhythm Control in Patients with Atrial Fibrillation. NEJM 2002.  4. ACLS Training Center: Tachycardia with a Pulse Algorithm. https://www.acls.net/acls-tachycardia-algorithm 5. ACLS Training Center: Cardiac Arrest Algorithm. https://www.acls.net/acls-secondary-survey 6. ACLS Training Center: Acute Coronary Syndromes Algorithm. https://www.acls.net/acute-coronary-syndromes-algorithm Please visit behindtheknife.org to access other high-yield surgical education podcasts, videos and more.  

Body of Wonder
Episode #24 Exploring Trauma, Addiction, and Emotional Pain with Guest Dr. Gabor Mat

Body of Wonder

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2021 38:09


Addiction is a public health crisis, made worse in the last year by the emotional stress and grief experienced by so many during the pandemic. It is characterized by compulsive actions despite harmful consequences. Our guest on this episode is addiction expert and author, Dr. Gabor Maté. He is internationally known for his work on mind-body unity in health and illness, attention deficit disorder and other childhood developmental issues, and his breakthrough analysis of addiction as a psycho-physiological response to childhood trauma and emotional loss. Dr. Maté contends that a deeper understanding of trauma is needed in healthcare to address the substance abuse epidemic. Together with Drs. Weil and Maizes, Dr. Maté, explore the roots of addictive behavior. He reasons, that at its foundation, “Addiction is an attempt to solve a problem.”

James Madison Center for Civic Engagement: Democracy Matters
Episode 92: Political Voices of GenZ

James Madison Center for Civic Engagement: Democracy Matters

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2021 27:50


What has contributed to the rise of political engagement among young adults? Drs. Laurie Rice and Kenneth Moffett, Professors of Political Science at Southern Illinois University Edwardsville, join us to discuss their new book, The Political Voices of GenZ. See the show notes with links mentioned in this episode at https://j.mu/news/civic/2021/11-29-democracy-matters-episode-92.shtml

Missed Apex F1 Podcast
Midfield Round-up and F1 News

Missed Apex F1 Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2021 84:45


In memory of Frank Williams: Spinal Injuries Association Donate (spinal.co.uk)Spanners and Trumpets are joined by MAP editor-in-chief Flip Jacobsen and new panellist Chester Cai as they calculate all the slip angles approaching the Saudi Arabian GP. From Alfa's newest driver to Alpine's arrested fall, from HAAS' hopes for the future to Red Bull's rickety DRS, no turbulence model problem goes unsolved in this, the latest episode of Missed Apex Podcast.Buy the RACEWKND Magazine 15% goes to Missed Apexhttps://theracewknd.com/missedapexPlease consider supporting us on patreon. We exist only because of our patron support: Missed Apex F1 is creating PodcastsSpanners Ready Spanners

Epidemiology Counts from the Society for Epidemiologic Research
Epidemiology Counts – Episode 31 – Sports Injury

Epidemiology Counts from the Society for Epidemiologic Research

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2021 53:01


Sports is life. Fans have a deep devotion to their preferred teams from their alma maters or home towns. Fans spend shocking amounts of time discussing things like player stats and predictions of final game scores. The players are expected to be at the top of their game at all times. Regardless of the sport, players demand a lot from their bodies. The safety of players is paramount, and findings ways to minimize injury risk is key. Epidemiologists can be key players in helping identify ways to minimize risk of injury. Understanding what aspects of training are more relevant to injury risk, including specific activities and intensity, can help players avoid short term injuries. And in the long term, there are concerns for many players of lifetime consequences as a result of their sport, notably Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy in football and football, or Soccer as we call it in the USA). We talk with Drs. Christina Mack and Mackenzie Herzog of IQVIA about how epidemiologists can work with players and teams to minimize sports injury.

The ASES Podcast
ASES Podcast - Episode 46 - The American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery

The ASES Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2021 39:18


In this episode of the American Shoulder and Elbow Surgeons Podcast, hosts Dr. Rachel Frank and Dr. Peter Chalmers interview Drs. David Martin and April Armstrong on their roles with the ABOS. 

Neurosurgery Podcast
Residency Spotlights: LSU Shreveport! Mt. Sinai! Rush!

Neurosurgery Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2021 37:37


Conversations with Drs. Christina Notarianni, Chris Kellner, and Ricardo Fontes

The OTA Podcast
OTA 2021 Annual Meeting Notable Paper P111 - An International Comparison of Acute Versus Staged Fixation of Bicondylar Tibial Plateau Fractures

The OTA Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2021 10:48


Join host Dr. Paul Whiting and Drs. Lazaro Mesa and Hassan Riaz Mir as they discuss the Notable Paper comparing acute and staged fixation of high energy lower extremity trauma with specific focus on bicondylar tibial plateau fractures. This paper was presented at the OTA 2021 Annual Meeting. For additional educational resources visit https://ota.org/

Boston Public Radio Podcast
BPR Full Show: Three men found guilty of murdering Ahmaud Arbery

Boston Public Radio Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 164:28


Today on Boston Public Radio: Art Caplan begins the show by updating listeners on the latest in the pandemic, including why cases are on the rise in some parts of the country and how to have a safe Thanksgiving. Caplan is the Drs. William F. and Virginia Connolly Mitty Professor and founding head of the division of medical ethics at NYU School of Medicine in New York City. Then, we ask listeners their safety plans going into Thanksgiving as cases rise. Ali Noorani shares his thoughts on President Joe Biden's immigration policy, and updates listeners on the status of the evacuation from Afghanistan. Noorani is the president and chief executive officer of the National Immigration Forum. His forthcoming book is “Crossing Borders: The Reconciliation of a Nation of Immigrants.” Corby Kummer talks about how climate change could make food less nutritious and how New Mexican chiles made it to space. Kummer is the executive director of the food and society policy program at the Aspen Institute, a senior editor at The Atlantic and a senior lecturer at the Tufts Friedman School of Nutrition Science and Policy. Jared Bowen previews the latest in Boston's arts scene, including the play “The Last Five Years” and what's new at the Cape Ann Museum. Bowen is GBH's executive arts editor and the host of Open Studio. Sy Montgomery explains how turkeys went from being almost extinct to a common Thanksgiving favorite, and her favorite personality traits of whales. Montgomery is a journalist, naturalist and a BPR contributor. We end the show by broadcasting the news that the three men on trial in Georgia were found guilty of the murder of Ahmaud Arbery, and heard listener reactions to the verdict.

Biologists Being Basic
Episode 15: SARS-CoV-2 Vaccines

Biologists Being Basic

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 87:36


The B3 team is back for an episode discussing SARS-CoV-2 vaccines. B3 hosts Robyn and Kelsey are joined by their colleagues Drs. Lorena Zuliani-Alvarez and Ujjwal Rathore, and their guest Laura Gladson, to talk about what vaccines are, as well as our own experiences in getting vaccinated against SARS-CoV-2. Then we take a look at the common misconceptions, and try to address frequently asked questions regarding SARS-CoV-2 mRNA vaccines.For a full transcript, please visit our website's transcript page where you can find both the online and downloadable versions. http://biosbeingbasic.podomatic.net/transcripts.If you have any questions or comments you can email us at biologistsbeingbasic@gmail.com or find us on twitter or instagram (@biosbeingbasic).  See our website for more details (http://biosbeingbasic.podomatic.net).

Practical Access Podcast
S6 E14: Supporting Student Learning

Practical Access Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 11:47


A key consideration for schools as they seek to increase family engagement must be how to truly connect families.  In order to make family engagement meaningful and lasting, the goal must be to create a systemic culture of collaboration that can grow and evolve with the needs of students, parents, and teachers.In today's episode, Drs. Lisa Dieker and Rebecca Hines discuss how to build a culture of collaborative family engagement and provide some practical tips. Tune in to learn more about useful communication tools and how to collaborate better with families related to helping students learn more and support their learning.Don'tforget we love to hear from our listeners! If you have any questions, feel free to reach out. We look forward to receiving your questions on our Google Phone (407) 900- 9305, Facebook (Practical Access), Twitter (@AccessPractical), or Instagram (@Practical_Access).

PRS Journal Club
PRS Journal Club LIVE (Bonus Episode): Smooth vs. Textured Implant Breast Reconstruction

PRS Journal Club

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 26:05


In this special edition of the Award-winning PRS Journal Club Q&A, Drs. Jonas Nelson, Babak Mehrara, and Joseph Disa discuss “Smooth vs. Textured Implant Breast Reconstruction,” recorded LIVE at PSTM 2021 in Atlanta, Georgia with a live audience. Moderated by 2021 PRS Resident Ambassadors Said Azoury, MD, Lindsay Janes, MD, and Ara Salibian, MD. Read the discussed article for FREE: https://bit.ly/SmoothVSTextured Watch the full recorded video from #PSTM21: https://bit.ly/JCLive21_YT Read the FREE collection on this topic: https://bit.ly/JCpstm21PRSCollection #PRSJournalClub #PSTM21 #PRSJournal

Advisory Cervix
Ep 8: Exposing Infertility with Dr. Temeka Zore, MD.

Advisory Cervix

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 38:56


In this week's episode, Dr. Heather sits with Dr. Temeka Zore, MD to discuss infertility. Dr. Temeka Zore is a board certified reproductive endocrinologist and infertility specialist. She's a fertility educator and health advocate. The Drs define and clarify what infertility is, the lack of access to fertility treatment and the best options for a woman who may or may not want to have children. What you will learn in this episode: How Infertility impacts black women more than any other race Biases and stereotypes of BIPOC communities having multiple children Freezing eggs as an option Find Dr. Temeka Zore: IG: TemekazoreMD Connect with Dr. Heather: IG: @advisorycervixpod IG: @drheatherirobundamd Tik Tok: drheatherirobundamd Website: www.irobundamd.com Dr. Heather's Merch: https://dr-heathers-merch-store.myshopify.com

The Curbsiders Internal Medicine Podcast
#307 Spooky Tofurkey Cakes: SGLT2 for HFpEF, Diverticulitis, VTE update, Rotator Cuff Disease

The Curbsiders Internal Medicine Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 51:39


Fill up your plate with some spooky tofurkey cakes! Drs. Rahul Ganatra (@rbganatra) and Nora Taranto (@norataranto) help catch us up recent practice-changing articles and guidelines including EMPEROR-Reduced (SGLT2 inhibitors for HFpEF), the 2021 CHEST VTE guidelines update, whether or not antibiotics are needed for diverticulitis, and what treatments are most effective for rotator cuff disease! Claim free CME for this episode at curbsiders.vcuhealth.org! Episodes | Subscribe | Spotify | Swag! | Top Picks | Mailing List | thecurbsiders@gmail.com | Free CME! Credits Written by: Nora Taranto MD; Rahul Ganatra MD, MPH; Matthew Watto MD, FACP Show Notes: Matthew Watto MD, FACP Cover Art: Beth Garbitelli Hosts: Nora Taranto MD; Rahul Ganatra MD, MPH; Matthew Watto MD, FACP; Paul Williams MD, FACP    Reviewer: Rahul Ganatra MD, MPH Executive Producer: Beth Garbitelli Showrunner: Matthew Watto MD, FACP Editor: Clair Morgan of nodderly.com Sponsor: Birch by Helix Birch is giving $200 off ALL mattresses and two free eco-rest pillows at BirchLiving.com/curb   Sponsor: BetterHelp Get 10% off your first month at betterhelp.com/curb CME Partner: VCU Health CE The Curbsiders are partnering with VCU Health Continuing Education to offer FREE continuing education credits for physicians and other healthcare professionals. Visit curbsiders.vcuhealth.org and search for this episode to claim credit.  Show Segments Intro, disclaimer,  Picks of the Week EMPEROR-Reduced (SGLT2 inhibitors for HFpEF) GRASP trial for rotator cuff disease (physiotherapy and steroid injections) DINAMO trial (no antibiotics for outpatients with uncomplicated diverticulitis) 2021 CHEST VTE Guidelines Update Outro

Supervision Time
The One About Social Class in Supervision

Supervision Time

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 50:49


Dr. Jennifer Cook, Assistant Professor at Marquette University, and Dr. Caroline O'Hara, Assistant Professor at Syracuse University, join Drs. Gina and Gideon to talk about social class in counseling supervision. References: Cook, J. M., & O'Hara, C. (2020). An emerging theory of the persistence of social class microaggressions: an interpretative phenomenological study. Counselling Psychology Quarterly, 33(4), 516-540. https://doi.org/10.1080/09515070.2019.1596880 O'Hara, C., & Cook, J. M. (2018). Doctoral‐level counseling students' experiences of social class microaggressions. Counselor Education and Supervision, 57(4), 255-270. https://doi.org/10.1002/ceas.12115 O'Hara, C., Chang, C. Y., & Giordano, A. L. (2021). Multicultural competence in counseling research: The cornerstone of scholarship. Journal of Counseling & Development, 99(2), 200–209. https://doi.org/10.1002/jcad.12367 Clark, M., Cook, J. M., Nair, D., & Wojcik, K. (2018). A content analysis of social class in ACA journals from 2000 to 2016. Counseling Outcome Research and Evaluation, 9(1), 16-27. Nosrat, S. (2017). Salt, fat, acid, heat: Mastering the elements of good cooking. Simon & Schuster. Backman, F. (2020). Anxious people. Atria Books. Backman, F. (2015). A man called Ove. Washington Square Press. Nelson Spielman, L. (2020). The star-crossed sisters of Tuscany. Berkeley Books. Hosts: Gina Martin PhD, LPC, NCC Gideon Litherland PhD, LCPC, CCMHC, ACS Credits: Marty Jencius PhD, Executive Producer Connect with us and share feedback at SupervisionTimePodcast@gmail.com

Talking Sleep
Sleep Disorders Increase Health Care Costs

Talking Sleep

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 34:22


We wrap up season 3 of Talking Sleep with a discussion of the economic impact of sleep disorders. In a study recently published in the Journal of Clinical Sleep Medicine, Drs. Phil Huyett and Neil Bhattacharyya crunch the numbers to estimate the health care costs of diagnosing and treating sleep disorders and associated complications. We talk to them about their findings and the implications.

Neurosurgery Podcast
Residency Spotlights: WVU! UT Galveston! Vanderbilt!

Neurosurgery Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 33:59


Conversations with Drs. Cara Sedney, Rishi Lall, and Lola Chambless

TurfNet RADIO
Frankly Speaking from the West: Dr. Gwen Stahnke and Brianne Kenny

TurfNet RADIO

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 42:00


This episode of Frankly Speaking returns to the Western US with Dr. Gwen Stahkne of Walla Walla Community College, WA and long-time Washington State Turfgrass Extension Specialist, and Brianne Kenny, an Environmental Scientist at Troon Golf, based in Arizona. Gwen has a long career that began in the Midwest working with some legends in turfgrass science, Drs. Beard, Turgeon and Shearman. Well trained and outspoken, Gwen established and maintained educational resources for the PNW for the last 40 years. We got a chance to explore those years. Bri Kenny started waiting tables at a Troon property during her MS program in Environmental Science. She was able to tour the course during onboarding and knew that was the place for her. Nothing quite like hearing the hope and promise of a new generation of scientists and turf professionals. Bri sees golf in a broader context that we could all learn from.

Practical Access Podcast
S6 E13: How to Lead a Meeting

Practical Access Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 10:30


While sitting through a meeting is one thing, leading one is another.  Leading takes extra time, effort, and preparation, but that's not all. In today's episode, Drs. Lisa Dieker and Rebecca Hines are talking about how to prepare to lead a meeting. Tune in to learn some practical tips that you can implement! DDon'tforget we love to hear from our listeners! If you have any questions, feel free to reach out. We look forward to receiving your questions on our Google Phone (407) 900- 9305, Facebook (Practical Access), Twitter (@AccessPractical), or Instagram (@Practical_Access).

Genstart - DR's nyhedspodcast
Genstart: "Knep, forfrem, fyr"

Genstart - DR's nyhedspodcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 22:49


Han er tysk tabloidpresses wunderkind. Julian Reichelt, den 41-årige chefredaktør på BILD, er blevet kaldt Europas mest magtfulde. Men i marts rammer en artikel forsiden hos ærkefjenden Der Spiegel. "Knep, forfrem, fyr", lyder overskriften, der angiveligt beskriver Julian Reichelts modus operandi overfor unge kvinder på avisen. Reichelt overlever i første omgang afsløringen i et Tyskland, hvor #metoo-bevægelsen aldrig rigtig har fået luft under vingerne. Men da sagen ser ud til at true en milliardstor mediehandel på tværs af Atlanten, får den konsekvenser. Michael Reiter, DRs korrespondent i Tyskland, fortæller om et besynderligt metoo-drama i toppen af den tyske medieverden. Vært: Simon Stefanski.

Barbell Medicine Podcast
Episode #159: Meet Recap and Sacramento Q/A Part I

Barbell Medicine Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 40:14


In this week's podcast, Drs. Austin Baraki and Jordan Feigenbaum answer questions at our 2021 Sacramento Seminar. New Apparel: https://www.barbellmedicine.com/shop/apparel/ 2-Day Barbell Medicine Seminar: https://www.barbellmedicine.com/seminars/ Pain and Rehab Seminar: https://www.barbellmedicine.com/shop/events/pain-rehab-2-day-virtual-seminar/ For more of our stuff: Podcasts: goo.gl/X4H4z8 Website: www.barbellmedicine.com Instagram: @austin_barbellmedicine @jordan_barbellmedicine @leah_barbellmedicine @vaness_barbellmedicine @untamedstrength @michael_barbellmedicine @derek_barbellmedicine @hassan_barbellmedicine @michael_amato_barbellmedicine @charlie_barbellmedicine @alex_barbellmedicine @tomcampitelli Email: info@barbellmedicine.com Supplements/Templates/Seminars: www.barbellmedicine.com/shop/ Forum: forum.barbellmedicine.com/

Circulation on the Run
Circulation November 23, 2021 Issue

Circulation on the Run

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 24:40


Please join first author Yuan Lu and Guest Editor Jan Staessen as they discuss the article "National Trends and Disparities in Hospitalization for Acute Hypertension Among Medicare Beneficiaries (1999-2019)." Dr. Carolyn Lam: Welcome to Circulation on the Run: your weekly podcast, summary and backstage pass to the journal and it's editors. We're your co-hosts. I'm Dr. Carolyn Lam, associate editor from the National Heart Center and Duke National University of Singapore. Dr. Greg Hundley: And I'm Dr. Greg Hundley, associate editor, and director of Pauley Heart Center at VCU health in Richmond, Virginia. Dr. Carolyn Lam: Greg, today's feature discussion is about the national trends and disparities and hospitalizations for hypertensive emergencies among Medicare beneficiaries. Isn't that interesting? We're going to just dig deep into this issue, but not before we discuss the other papers in today's issue. I'm going to let you go first today while I get a coffee and listen. Dr. Greg Hundley: Oh, thanks so much, Carolyn. My first paper comes to us from the world of preclinical science and it's from professor Christoff Maack from University Clinic Wursburg. Carolyn, I don't have a quiz for you, so I'm going to give a little break this week, but this particular paper is about Barth syndrome. Barth syndrome is caused by mutations of the gene encoding taffazin, which catalyzes maturation of mitochondrial cardiolipin and often manifests with systolic dysfunction during early infancy. Now beyond the first months of life, Barth syndrome cardiomyopathy typically transitions to a phenotype of diastolic dysfunction with preserved ejection fraction, one of your favorites, blunted contractile reserve during exercise and arrhythmic vulnerability. Previous studies traced Barth syndrome cardiomyopathy to mitochondrial formation of reactive oxygen species. Since mitochondrial function and reactive oxygen species formation are regulated by excitation contraction coupling, these authors wanted to use integrated analysis of mechano-energetic coupling to delineate the pathomechanisms of Barth syndrome cardiomyopathy. Dr. Carolyn Lam: Oh, I love the way you explained that so clearly, Greg. Thanks. So what did they find? Dr. Greg Hundley: Right, Carolyn. Well, first defective mitochondrial calcium uptake prevented Krebs cycle activation during beta adrenergic stimulation, abolishing NADH regeneration for ATP production and lowering antioxidative NADPH. Second, Carolyn, mitochondrial calcium deficiency provided the substrate for ventricular arrhythmias and contributed to blunted inotropic reserve during beta adrenergic stimulation. And finally, these changes occurred without any increase of reactive oxygen species formation in or omission from mitochondria. So Carolyn what's the take home here? Well, first beyond the first months of life, when systolic dysfunction dominates, Barth syndrome cardiomyopathy is reminiscent of heart failure with preserved rather than reduced ejection fraction presenting with progressive diastolic and moderate systolic dysfunction without relevant left ventricular dilation. Next, defective mitochondrial calcium uptake contributes to inability of Barth syndrome patients to increase stroke volume during exertion and their vulnerability to ventricular arrhythmias. Lastly, treatment with cardiac glycosides, which could favor mechano-energetic uncoupling should be discouraged in patients with Barth syndrome and left ventricular ejection fractions greater than 40%. Dr. Carolyn Lam: Oh, how interesting. I need to chew over that one a bit more. Wow, thanks. But you know, I've got a paper too. It's also talking about energetic basis in the presence of heart failure with preserved ejection fraction, but this time looking at transient pulmonary congestion during exercise, which is recognized as an emerging and important determinant of reduced exercise capacity in HFpEF. These authors, led by Dr. Lewis from University of Oxford center for clinical magnetic resonance research sought to determine if an abnormal cardiac energetic state underpins this process of transient problem congestion in HFpEF. Dr. Carolyn Lam: To investigate this, they designed and conducted a basket trial covering the physiological spectrum of HFpEF severity. They non-invasively assess cardiac energetics in this cohort using phosphorous magnetic resonance spectroscopy and combined real time free breathing volumetric assessment of whole heart mechanics, as well as a novel pulmonary proton density, magnetic resonance imaging sequence to detect lung congestion, both at rest and during submaximal exercise. Now, Greg, I know you had a look at this paper and magnetic resonance imaging, and spectroscopy is your expertise. So no quiz here, but could you maybe just share a little bit about how novel this approach is that they took? Dr. Greg Hundley: You bet. Carolyn, thanks so much for the intro on that and so beautifully described. What's novel here is they were able to combine imaging in real time, so the heart contracting and relaxing, and then simultaneously obtain the metabolic information by bringing in the spectroscopy component. So really just splashing, as they might say in Oxford, just wonderful presentation, and I cannot wait to hear what they found. Dr. Carolyn Lam: Well, they recruited patients across the spectrum of diastolic dysfunction and HFpEF, meaning they had controls. They had nine patients with type two diabetes, 14 patients with HFpEF and nine patients with severe diastolic dysfunction due to cardiac amyloidosis. What they found was that a gradient of myocardial energetic deficit existed across the spectrum of HFpEF. Even at low workload, the energetic deficit was related to a markedly abnormal exercise response in all four cardiac chambers, which was associated with detectable pulmonary congestion. The findings really support an energetic basis for transient pulmonary congestion in HFpEF with the implication that manipulating myocardial energy metabolism may be a promising strategy to improve cardiac function and reduce pulmonary congestion in HFpEF. This is discussed in a beautiful editorial by Drs. Jennifer Hole, Christopher Nguyen and Greg Lewis. Dr. Greg Hundley: Great presentation, Carolyn, and obviously love that MRI/MRS combo. Carolyn, these investigators in this next paper led by Dr. Sara Ranjbarvaziri from Stanford University School of Medicine performed a comprehensive multi-omics profile of the molecular. So transcripts metabolites, complex lipids and ultra structural and functional components of hypertrophic cardiomyopathy energetics using myocardial samples from 27 hypertrophic cardiomyopathy patients and 13 controls really is the donor heart. Dr. Carolyn Lam: Wow, it's really all about energetics today, isn't it? So what did they see, Greg? Dr. Greg Hundley: Right, Carolyn. So hypertrophic cardiomyopathy hearts showed evidence of global energetic decompensation manifested by a decrease in high energy phosphate metabolites (ATP, ADP, phosphocreatine) and a reduction in mitochondrial genes involved in the creatine kinase and ATP synthesis. Accompanying these metabolic arrangements, quantitative electron microscopy showed an increased fraction of severely damaged mitochondria with reduced crystal density coinciding with reduced citrate synthase activity and mitochondrial oxidative respiration. These mitochondrial abnormalities were associated with elevated reactive oxygen species and reduced antioxidant defenses. However, despite significant mitochondrial injury, the hypertrophic cardiomyopathy hearts failed to up-regulate mitophagic clearance. Dr. Greg Hundley: So Carolyn, in summary, the findings of this study suggest that perturbed metabolic signaling and mitochondrial dysfunction are common pathogenic mechanisms in patients with hypertrophic cardiomyopathy, and these results highlight potential new drug targets for attenuation of the clinical disease through improving metabolic function and reducing myocardial injury. Dr. Carolyn Lam: Wow, what an interesting issue of our journal. There's even more. There's an exchange of letters between Drs. Naeije and Claessen about determinants of exercise capacity in chronic thromboembolic pulmonary hypertension. There's a "Pathways to Discovery" paper: a beautiful interview with Dr. Heinrich Taegtmeyer entitled,"A foot soldier in cardiac metabolism." Dr. Greg Hundley: Right, Carolyn, and I've got a research letter from Professor Marston entitled "The cardiovascular benefit of lowering LDL cholesterol to below 40 milligrams per deciliter." Well, what a great issue, very metabolic, and how about we get onto that feature discussion? Dr. Carolyn Lam: Let's go, Greg. Dr. Greg Hundley: Welcome listeners to our feature discussion today. We have a paper that is going to address some issues pertaining to high blood pressure, or hypertension. With us, we have Dr. Yuan Lu from Yale University in New Haven, Connecticut. We also have a guest editor to help us review this paper, Dr. Jan Staessen from University Louvain in Belgium. Welcome to you both and Yuan, will start with you. Could you describe for us some of the background that went into formulating your hypothesis and then state for us the hypothesis that you wanted to address with this research? Dr. Yuan Lu: Sure. Thank you, Greg. We conducted this study because we see that recent data show hypertension control in the US population has not improved in the last decades, and there are widening disparities. Also last year, the surgeon general issued a call to action to make hypertension control a national priority. So, we wanted to better understand whether the country has made any progress in preventing hospitalization for acute hypertension. That is including hypertension emergency, hypertension urgency, and hypertension crisis, which also refers to acute blood pressure elevation that is often associated with target organ damage and requires urgent intervention. We have the data from the Center for Medicare/Medicaid, which allow us to look at the trends of hospitalization for acute hypertension over the last 20 years and we hypothesize we may also see some reverse progress in hospitalization rate for acute hypertension, and there may differences by population subgroups like age, sex, race, and dual eligible status. Dr. Greg Hundley: Very nice. So you've described for us a little bit about perhaps the study population, but maybe clarify a little further: What was the study population and then what was your study design? Dr. Yuan Lu: Yeah, sure. The study population includes all Medicare fee-for-service beneficiaries 65 years and older enrolled in the fee-for-service plan for at least one month from January 1999 to December 2019 using the Medicare denominator files. We also study population subgroups by age, sex, race and ethnicity and dual eligible status. Specifically the racial and ethnic subgroups include Asian, blacks, Hispanics, North American native, white, and others. Dual eligible refers to beneficiary eligible for both Medicare and Medicaid. This study design is a serial cross sectional analysis of these Medicare beneficiaries between 1999 and 2019 over the last 20 years. Dr. Greg Hundley: Excellent. Yuan, what did you find? Dr. Yuan Lu: We actually have three major findings. First, we found that in Medicare beneficiaries 65 years and older, hospitalization rate for acute hypertension increased more than double in the last 20 years. Second, we found that there are widening disparities. When we look at all the population subgroups, we found black adults having the highest hospitalization rate in 2019 across age, sex, race, and dual eligible subgroup. And finally, when we look at the outcome among people hospitalized, we found that during the same period, the rate of 30 day and 90 day mortality and readmission among hospitalized beneficiaries improved and decreased significantly. So this is the main findings, and we can also talk about implications of that later. Dr. Greg Hundley: Very nice. And did you find any differences between men and women? Dr. Yuan Lu: Yes. We also looked at the difference between men and women, and we found that actually the hospitalization rate is higher among females compared to men. So more hospitalizations for acute hypertension among women than men. Dr. Greg Hundley: Given this relatively large Medicare/Medicaid database and cross-sectional design, were you able to investigate any relationships between these hospitalizations and perhaps social determinants of health? Dr. Yuan Lu: For this one, we haven't looked into that detail. This is just showing the overall picture, like how the hospitalization rate changed over time in the overall population and by different population subgroups. What you mentioned is an important issue and should definitely be a future study to look at whether social determine have moderated the relationship between the hospitalization. Speaker 3: Excellent. Well, listeners, now we're going to turn to our guest editor and you'll hear us talk a little bit sometimes about associate editors. We have a team that will review many papers, but when we receive a paper that might contain an associate editor or an associate editors institution, we actually at Circulation turn to someone completely outside of the realm of the associate editors and the editor in chief. These are called guest editors. With us today, we have Dr. Jan Staessen from Belgium who served as the guest editor. He's been working in this task for several years. Jan, often you are referred papers from the American Heart Association. What attracted you to this particular paper and how do you put Yuan's results in the context with other studies that have focused on high blood pressure research? Dr. Jan Staessen: Well, I've almost 40 years of research in clinical medicine and in population science, and some of my work has been done in Sub-Saharan Africa. So when I read the summary of the paper, I was immediately struck by the bad results, so to speak, for black people. This triggered my attention and I really thought this message must be made public on a much larger scale because there is a lot of possibility for prevention. Hypertension is a chronic disease, and if you wait until you have an emergency or until you have target organ damage, you have gone in too late. So really this paper cries for better prevention in the US. And I was really also amazed when I compared this US data with what happens in our country. We don't see any, almost no hospitalizations for acute hypertension or for hypertensive emergencies. So there is quite a difference. Dr. Jan Staessen: Going further on that, I was wondering whether there should not be more research on access to primary care in the US because people go to the emergency room, but that's not a place where you treat or manage hypertension. It should be managed in primary care with making people aware of the problem. It's still the silent killer, the main cause of cardiovascular disease, 8 million deaths each year. So this really triggered my attention and I really wanted this paper to be published. Dr. Greg Hundley: Very nice. Jan, I heard you mention the word awareness. How have you observed perhaps differences in healthcare delivery in Belgium that might heighten awareness? You mentioned primary care, but are there any other mechanisms in place that heighten awareness or the importance? Dr. Jan Staessen: I think people in Belgium, the general public, knows that hypertension is a dangerous condition. That it should be well treated. We have a very well built primary care network, so every person can go to a primary care physician. Part of the normal examination in the office of a primary care physician is a blood pressure measurement. That's almost routine in Belgium. And then of course not all patients are treated to go. Certainly keeping in mind the new US guidelines that aim for lower targets, now recently confirmed in the Chinese study, you have to sprint three cells. And then the recent Chinese study that have been published to the New England. So these are issues to be considered. I also have colleagues working in Texas close to the Mexican border at the university place there, and she's telling me how primary care is default in that area. Dr. Jan Staessen: I think this is perhaps part of the social divide in the US. This might have to be addressed. It's not only a problem in the US, it's also a problem in other countries. There is always a social divide and those who have less money, less income. These are the people who fell out in the beginning and then they don't see primary care physicians. Dr. Jan Staessen: Belgium, for instance, all medicines are almost free. Because hypertension is a chronic condition prevention should not only start at age 65. Hypertension prevention should really start at a young age, middle age, whenever this diagnosis of high blood pressure diagnosis is confirmed. Use blood pressure monitoring, which is not so popular in the US, but you can also use home blood pressure monitoring. Then you have to start first telling your patients how to improve their lifestyle. When that is not sufficient, you have to start anti hypertensive drug treatment. We have a wide array of anti hypertensive drugs that can be easily combined. If you find the right combination, then you go to combination tablets because fewer tablets means better patient adherence. Dr. Greg Hundley: Yuan we will turn back to you. In the last minutes here, could you describe some of your thoughts regarding what you think is the next research study that needs to be performed in this sphere of hypertension investigation? Dr. Yuan Lu: Sure. Greg, in order to answer your question, let me step back a little bit, just to talk about the implication of the main message from this paper, and then we can tie it to the next following study. We found that the marked increase in hospitalization rate for acute hypertension actually represented many more people suffering a potential catastrophic event that should be preventable. I truly agree with what Dr. Staessen said, hypertension should be mostly treated in outpatient setting rather than in the hospital. We also find the lack of progress in reducing racial disparity in hospitalization. These findings highlight needs for new approaches to address both the medical and non-medical factors, including the social determinants in health, system racism that can contribute to this disparity. When we look at the outcome, we found the outcome for mortality and remission improved over time. Dr. Yuan Lu: This means progress has been made in improving outcomes once people are hospitalized for an acute illness. The issue is more about prevention of hospitalization. Based on this implication, I think in a future study we need better evidence to understand how we can do a better job in the prevention of acute hypertension admissions. For example, we need the study to understand who is at risk for acute hypertensive admissions, and how can this event be preempted. If we could better understand who these people are, phenotype this patient better and predict their risk of hospitalization for acute hypertension, we may do a better job in preventing this event from happening. Dr. Greg Hundley: Very nice. And Jan, do you have anything to add? Dr. Jan Staessen: Yes. I think every effort should go to prevention in most countries. I looked at the statistics, and more than 90% of the healthcare budget is spent in treating established disease, often irreversible disease like MI or chronic kidney dysfunction. I think then you come in too late. So of the healthcare budget in my mind, much more should go to the preventive issues and probably rolling out an effective primary care because that's the place where hypertension has to be diagnosed and hypertension treatment has to be started. Dr. Greg Hundley: Excellent. Well, listeners, we've heard a wonderful discussion today regarding some of the issues pertaining to hypertension and abrupt admission to emergency rooms for conditions pertaining to hypertension, really getting almost out of control. We want to thank Dr. Yuan Lu from Yale New Haven and also our guest editor, Dr. Jan Staessen from Louvain in Belgium. On behalf of Carolyn and myself, we want to wish you a great week and we will catch you next week on the run. This program is copyright of the American Heart Association, 2021. The opinions express by speakers in this podcast are their own and not necessarily those of the editors or of the American Heart Association for more visit aha journals.org.

Straight From The Cutter's Mouth: A Retina Podcast
Episode 321: Retina Patient Case Scenarios Part Three, Secondary Intraocular Lens Surgery

Straight From The Cutter's Mouth: A Retina Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 39:47


Drs. M. Ali Khan and Priya Vakharia join to discuss patient scenarios after complex cataract surgery and intervention with a secondary intraocular lens.

Dental Digest
96. Dr. Jeff Rouse - Dentistry, Sleep and Airway Prosthodontics

Dental Digest

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 39:10


Jeffrey S. Rouse, D.D.S. maintains a private practice in San Antonio, Texas and practiced with Drs. Gregg Kinzer and Frank Spear in Seattle, Washington. In 2017, he became a member of the Resident Faculty at Spear Education in Scottsdale, AZ. He was also an Adjunct Assistant Professor in the Department of Prosthodontics at the University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio from 2004-2019. After graduation from dental school in San Antonio, Dr Rouse completed a 2-year General Practice Residency at the University of Connecticut Health Science Center. He practiced family dentistry for twelve years before returning to school. Dr Rouse received his specialty certificate in Prosthodontics from the University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio in 2004. He is a member of the American Academy of Restorative Dentistry, the American College of Prosthodontists, and past president of the Southwest Academy of Restorative Dentistry. Dr. Rouse has written numerous journal articles including a portion of the “Annual Review of Selected Dental Literature” published each summer in the Journal of Prosthetic Dentistry. He has a textbook published in 2016 by Quintessence titled "Global" Diagnosis: A New Vision of Dental Diagnosis and Treatment Planning written with his teaching partner, Dr. Bill Robbins. Furthermore, he has contributed chapters on porcelain veneers and anterior ceramic crowns to three editions of a dental textbook. Dr. Rouse lectures nationally and internationally on a wide variety of topics ranging from dental esthetics to airway prosthodontics.

Bowel Sounds: The Pediatric GI Podcast
Stacy Kahn - Fecal Microbiota Transplantation

Bowel Sounds: The Pediatric GI Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 56:25


In this episode of Bowel Sounds, hosts Drs. Temara Hajjat and Jennifer Lee talk to Dr. Stacy Kahn about fecal microbiota transplantation (FMT) in children with GI disorders. We discuss indications, contraindications, safety, methods of delivery, outcomes and controversies regarding using FMT to treat diseases like inflammatory bowel disease (IBD). She also explains how she became the first person to perform FMT by colonoscopy in a child. As always, the discussion, views, and recommendations in this podcast are the sole responsibility of the hosts and guests and are subject to change over time with advances in the field.Produced by: Temara HajjatSpecial requests:Thank you to everyone for listening to our podcast. If you enjoyed this content and thought it was useful, we ask you to consider doing any or all of the following three things:Tell one person who you think would like this type of content about the podcast.  We want to reach more GI doctors and trainees and general pediatricians, pediatric residents, and medical students.Leave a review on Apple Podcasts -- this helps more people discover our podcast.You can also support the show by making a donation to the NASPGHAN FoundationSupport the show (https://www.naspghan.org/content/87/en/foundation/donateSupport the show (https://www.naspghan.org/content/87/en/foundation/donate)

Febrile
26: How to Develop Your Culture Negatives

Febrile

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 39:47


Drs. Mohamed Bohlega and Varun Phadke share how to sort and develop your differential diagnosis for culture negative infective endocarditis! https://febrilepodcast.com/episodes/ (Episodes) |https://febrilepodcast.com/consult-notes/ ( Consult Notes) |https://febrilepodcast.captivate.fm/listen ( Subscribe) |https://twitter.com/febrilepodcast ( Twitter) | febrilepodcast@gmail.com

Your Path with Bishop Mark
"What's the Truth?" November 21, 2021 Proper 29 RCL B

Your Path with Bishop Mark

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 39:22


The Most Reverend Dr. Mark D. Manning, DD, DrS, Archbishop of Dallas Universal Life Church, delivers his sermon titled "What's the Truth?" for November 21, 2021 Proper 28 RCL B followed by the weekly announcements and the Bishop's Roundtable. Today's service was dedicated to the life and memory of Patricia Guinn McKool Petton 11.23.53 ~ 11.05.11 --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/bishopmark/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/bishopmark/support

The Chiropractic Philanthropist with Dr. Ed Osburn
367: Drs Theresa & Stuart Warner | Pediatric Chiropractic Warriors | Family Chiropractic Freedom

The Chiropractic Philanthropist with Dr. Ed Osburn

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2021 22:22


Genesis Per/Con Conference, the Pediatric & Family Chiropractic Conference of the year December 2nd & 3rd 2021 in Nashville TN.  15 CE Hours have been applied for through North America.  You can save 50% off your tickets for you and your team by using promo code KIDS at Checkout.  Get info and tickets at www.ChiroPediatrics.net  Drs. Theresa and Dr.Stuart Warner have been called ‘America's Most Trusted Source for Raising Healthy Kids'. They have been in private Pediatric Chiropractic & Prenatal Practice in Point Pleasant NJ for 28 years where they have helped thousands of children & pregnant women overcome illness and optimize their health.  The Warner's help chiropractors grow their practices with their online training academy at www.MutlpleStreamsOfNewPatients.com.  They also founded Genesis Per/Con at www.ChiroPediatrics.net, the CE Pediatric & Family Chiropractic Conference that attracts Chiropractors from around the country to learn the best science, strategies and inspiration to help more families in their practice.   Drs.Warner are internationally sought after keynote speakers and Postgraduate educators who are featured at Doctor Conferences and Parenting Health expos around the world.  They are warriors to effect change to reverse the alarming rise of childhood illness to help turn the sickest generation of kids in history into the healthiest through her signature strategies to boost immune and brain function in kids. The Warners also founded the ‘Lets Take Back Our Kids Health” Health & Freedom Summit & Expo at www.WellnessParenting.info and are leading the Wellness Parenting Revolution.      They also speak at freedom rallies at state capitols around the country to protect parental rights, religious freedoms and body autonomy and to inspire patents to raise healthy kids.    Drs. Teri & Stu Warner is a media spokesperson who regularly appears in the National Media on TV as a kids health expert talking about the benefits of Chiropractic care for kids and natural approaches to health and wellness.  Their ground breaking segment on The Doctors TV Show on chiropractic care for newborns was highly acclaimed for raising awareness of this important topic.     Drs. Warner gave testimony before the White House Commission on Complementary and Alternative Medicine and also Dr. Teri  presented to the Council on Women and Children at the United Nations NGO Department of Public Information where she talked about the important role of the pediatric chiropractor in children's health.    Despite their many accolades, their greatest achievements by far are their 3 beautiful children: Sydney, Skylar, and Alexis. 

Red Inker With Jarrod Kimber
The Wagon Wheel on Spotify Greenroom - 18-11-21

Red Inker With Jarrod Kimber

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 20, 2021 51:05


This week on Wagon Wheel, Jarrod answers questions from our loveable Patreon sponsors, and questions from our attendees on Australian Test team selection for the Ashes (recorded PRIOR to Tim Paine's announcement), an update on Jarrod's arm, removing umpire's call from DRS, 'platoon advantage' in cricket and how big of an impact dew is having on cricket. - Each week, Jarrod Kimber hosts a live talk show on Spotify Greenroom, a live chat app that you can use to talk with Jarrod. You can join the conversation over there each week, just download Spotify Greenroom on your phone, and follow Jarrod Kimber. To support the podcast please go to our Patreon page. https://www.patreon.com/user?u=32090121. Jarrod also now has a Buy Me A Coffee link, for those who would prefer to support the shows there: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/jarrodkimber. If you like this podcast, you may enjoy other things I create, check them all out at https://linktr.ee/jarrodkimber. This podcast is edited, mixed and produced by Nick McCorriston, he's at https://www.nickamc.com and https://www.twitter.com/nickamc.

Boston Public Radio Podcast
BPR Full Show: The Kyle Rittenhouse verdict

Boston Public Radio Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2021 164:38


Today on Boston Public Radio: Art Caplan weighs in on the state of the pandemic, including the need for a universal digital vaccine card, and whether he's comfortable giving out handshakes and hugs. Caplan is the Drs. William F. and Virginia Connolly Mitty Professor and founding head of the Division of Medical Ethics at NYU School of Medicine in New York City. Then, we ask listeners about their comfort with handshakes, as Norway urges its citizens to avoid the greeting. Callie Crossley unpacks the exoneration of two of the men incarcerated for assassinating Malcolm X, and the latest in the trial of Gregory McMichael, Travis McMichael and William Bryan, for shooting Ahmaud Arbery. Crossley hosts GBH's Under the Radar and Basic Black. Andy Ihnatko talks about Apple's new repair program, which gives users access to parts and manuals to repair their own iPhones, and how the airdrop feature is interfering in the Kyle Rittenhouse trial. Ihnatko is a tech writer and blogger, posting at Ihnatko.com. Sue O'Connell discusses Britany Spears' freedom from her conservatorship, and the Olympics' decision to abandon testosterone testing for transgender athletes. O'Connell is the co-publisher of Bay Windows and the South End News, as well as NECN's political commentator and explainer-in-chief. Then, we broadcast live the decision in the Rittenhouse trial, in which the jury found Rittenhouse not guilty on all counts. Ryan Landry shares a poem about the potential for nude beaches on Nantucket, and talks about a new device that allows your dog to call you. Ryan Landry is a playwright, lyricist, actor and founder of the Gold Dust Orphans theatrical company. His new album is “The Vamps.” We end the show by asking listeners for their reactions to the Rittenhouse verdict.

The ASES Podcast
ASES Podcast - Episode 45 - The X factor: Hot topics in shoulder surgery

The ASES Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2021 70:45


In this episode of the American Shoulder and Elbow Surgeons Podcast, hosts Dr. Rachel Frank and Dr. Peter Chalmers interview Drs. Julie Bishop, Sara Edwards, Julia Lee, Katherine Burns, and Alicia Harrison about shoulder surgery, women and perceived differences, and the recent "ortho spreadsheet" episode.

Christ and Culture
Roundtable: Keith Whitfield And Sam Williams On The Inerrancy And Sufficiency Of Scripture - EP52

Christ and Culture

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2021 35:13


The inerrancy and sufficiency of Scripture are critical and often contested biblical doctrines. To help us understand these doctrines and apply them to our lives, we welcome Drs. Keith Whitfield and Sam Williams in the first installment of a new monthly roundtable conversation. Plus, in our concluding segment, Doug Ponder urges us to “Make Thanksgiving Great Again.”

Protecting Your NEST with Dr. Tony Hampton
Dr. Tracy Gapin: Episode 73

Protecting Your NEST with Dr. Tony Hampton

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2021 46:25


Welcome to Protecting Your Nest with Dr. Tony Hampton. Dr. Tracy Gapin is a physician, entrepreneur, and leading expert in male performance optimization. Dr. Gapin is board certified by the American Board of Urology and is a Fellow of the American College of Surgeons. After his undergraduate education at Texas A&M University and medical school training at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical School, he completed a general surgery internship and urology residency at the University of Florida. In this conversation, Drs. Tony and Tracy discuss the male sexual health crisis plaguing people today, transitory lapses in ability to perform versus true erectile dysfunction, why ED is an early indicator of vascular disease, the relation of insulin resistance to ED, biohacking strategies for dealing with sexual performance and health, physiological age, the use of GAINSwave technology as a treatment for ED, and optimizing health using genetic data. Thank you for listening to Protecting Your Nest. For additional resources and information, please see the links below.    Links:   Dr. Tracy Gapin: Website   Dr. Tony Hampton: Book Website Instagram Account Facebook Page LinkedIn Account Youtube Account Advocate Aurora Healthcare Profile Dr. Hampton's Low Carb Corner (Diet Doctor) Dr. Tony Hampton's Diet Doctor Author Page   Dr. Hampton's patient handout

Neurosurgery Podcast
Residency Spotlights: Westchester/NYMC! Mississippi! UVA!

Neurosurgery Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2021 37:03


Conversations with Drs. Chirag Gandhi, Gustavo Luzardo, and John Jane Jr.

Plant-Strong
Ep. 119: Rip's Rescue - Change of Heart: Vital Intel Every Man Should Know

Plant-Strong

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2021 94:30


Welcome to this audio presentation of our recent "Rip's Rescue" event which focused exclusively on men's health and dispelling the outdated myth that real men need meat to thrive. When Rip was a firefighter in Austin, Texas, he spent his days on the rescue squad, responding to fires and medical emergencies. For this presentation, he assembled a brigade of experts to join him in helping people rescue themselves. How? With a fire hose of evidence-based information and simple steps to eating more plants and saving yourself from the flames of chronic lifestyle disease and erectile dysfunction. Joined by notable physicians, Drs. Aaron Spitz and Brian Asbill, Rip and his crew of experts shared vital intel every man should know to help men rescue their health and learn information that can help avoid the constant care of a physician. And good news! You don't have to turn in your man card when you swap t-bones for tofu. We're torching that stereotype right now. Topics covered included: Symptoms you should never ignore How to avoid needing the little blue pill PSA Tests and Numbers- What do I need to know? Can too little sex increase my risk of prostate cancer? The canary in the coal mine for men's health Important screenings every man should have How a plant-based lifestyle can strengthen your odds against chronic disease   About Dr. Aaron Spitz Dr. Aaron Spitz is a nationally recognized expert on men's health, a lead delegate of America's Urologists to the American Medical Association, and the author of The Penis Book. He was also prominently featured in The Game Changers for one of the most eye-popping scenes that left audiences howling and men and women wanting to know more! Dr. Spitz discusses "the canary in the coal mine" for men, symptoms that must be treated urgently, and how to preserve sexual longevity while warding off taking the little blue pill. About Dr. Brian Asbill Dr. Brian Asbill is a cardiologist and the first physician in the world to be certified in lifestyle medicine by the American College of Lifestyle Medicine. Dr. Asbill will discuss how lifestyle can fight back against heart disease, the important screenings every man should request from his provider, and the warning signs that a cardiac event is likely. Episode and PLANTSTRONG Resources: Video Version of this Episode PLANTSTRONG Episode Page Dr. Brian Asbill Website - Ruckus Health Dr. Aaron Spitz - The Penis Book Download our Free PLANTSTRONG Holiday Meal Guide PLANTSTRONG Website with all of our Resources to live PLANTSTRONG Join the free PLANTSTRONG Community Theme Music for Episode

Boom: A Serial Drama
Apollyon: The Destroyer

Boom: A Serial Drama

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021 34:12


This is Apollyon, Observer Picture's new sci-fi podcast. CONTENT WARNING: This episode contains scenes about animal testing.It's the 21st century and thirty years out from a world-destroying pandemic. Drs. Theo Ramsey and Gabriel Larson are working towards a vaccine to hopefully bring the world back to something they remember from their childhood.If you loved this episode, please share the show with everyone you know! And go listen to episode 2 NOW on the Apollyon feed or visit Apollyon.ObserverPictures.com where you will also find a transcript for this episode.Also, be sure to follow us on social media @ApollyonPod and @ObserverPix.

The Ethical Rainmaker
Shattering Fragility w Liz LeClair

The Ethical Rainmaker

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021 63:41


Welcome to Season 3 of The Ethical Rainmaker a podcast that explores the world of inequity in nonprofits and philanthropy including where we should step into our power or step out of the way! It is part of my desire and effort to bring zero cost information, case studies and inspiration, to everyone in the third sector, and especially those who know or are learning that we've been complicit in upholding some problematic practices, and maybe some dishonestly but want to do better on this journey. If you like what you are listening to and want to support this work, find us here on Patreon  or email us at hello@theethicalrainmaker.com to talk about sponsorship!In this episode, Michelle talks with Liz LeClair a fundraiser and vocal advocate for human rights gender equality and social justice. We love Liz , who hails from Halifax, Nova Scotia, and we're happy to have so many links/citations for you (and you can sign up for our mailing list here):You can follow Liz LeClair on these platforms:Twitter: @liz_hallettLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/liz-leclair-cfre/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/elizabeth.hallettInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/liz_leclair_hfx/Liz is a contributing editor to The Charity ReportLiz has been writing spicy articles and pushing for justice for years now tho...here are some greats that awaken our sector to some of the injustices we perpetuate:Liz LeClair: ‘This is the apology we deserve' (The Charity Report)One woman's frustrating, futile fight for justice after being sexually harassed. (CBC)Liz LeClair: We cannot walk away from so-called ‘culture wars' (Third Sector UK)Donors' Behavior Key to #MeToo in Fundraising (TinySpark podcast from NonProfit Quarterly)The National Day of Conversation #NDOC is a full-day of digital conversation focused on the issue of sexual harassment and assault of fundraisers in the charitable and nonprofit sector. Liz co-founded this effort in Fall 2019 Liz to highlight the issue of sexualized violence in fundraising.Liz is the chair of the AFP Women's Impact Initiative, sits on the board of CFRE International (which is a certification for fundraisers,) and she sits on the board of the African American Development Officers network, as a white woman!References and People: The Bysander Effect: is the theory that folx are less likely to offer help to a victim if there are other people around (someone else must be taking care of it.)Mallory Mitchell is Resource Mobilization Director at Black Visions and an overall badass currently based in Minneapolis, Minnesota (US.) Here is our InstaLiveHadiya Roderique - Black on Bay Street: the woman who inspired Liz to speak up through her plenary at AFP Toronto Congress in 2019.Ann Rosenfield was the lead for Congress that year.  She is an outspoken advocate and ally, and the editor of Hilborn News.Collecting Courage: A book written by Black Fundraisers in Canada, about the joy, love, pain and freedom in this work - archiving and building the narratives of Black folx in this sector. Published in 2020 and edited by Nneka Allen (guest on S2:E2), Camila Vital Nunes Pereira and Nicole Salmon)Gail Picco has written extensively around issues of equity, race, gender, and philanthropy, and worked closely with the authors of Collecting Courage to bring that book to reality.  I highly recommend following her.Shanaaz Gokool is the former CEO of Dying with Dignity Canada, the current CEO of Fast and Female, and an incredible human rights activist in Canada. Liz referenced her calling her “in” to talk about a more intersectional approach to the work she was doing around the National Day of Conversation.Liz wants you to know about The Charity Report and the great work of Gail Picco & team they can check out the website: https://www.thecharityreport.com/Fleur Larsen: A white woman facilitator of DEI convos of whom Liz (and Michelle) are both admirers! Fleur was featured in The Ethical Rainmaker's most popular episode White Women As Gatekeepers. Learn about her workshops.Tanya Rumble and Nicole McVan are the two people I spoke about who are doing some great work around a Philanthropy & Equity Community of Practice.  Check out their work. A Note from Liz about Sexual Harassment and Sexualized Violence in the Charitable Sector: We are still working on what the National Day of Conversation will look like in 2022.  We are looking at a more intersectional approach, but if you have Canadian listeners (or really anyone who is interested) this is still a good repository of information:https://www.dayofconversation.org/Drs. Erynn Beaton and Megan LePere-Schloop of Ohio State University, conducted research on the fundraising workplace climate and you can learn more here.Liz's Recommended Reading List (from Liz):I have been fortunate to have many people recommend books to further my understanding of trauma and healing.  I am so grateful to amazing women like Birgit Burton and Nneka Allen for sharing their wisdom with me on these subjects.  As I said, I have learned the most from the women of colour who are willing to call me in, and call me out, when they need to.Collecting Courage: Collecting Courage: Joy, Pain, Freedom, Love is a collection of stories documenting racism and survival by 14 accomplished Black fundraisers working in charities across North America.  With searing and intimate detail, they write about their experiences with anti-Black racism—about coping with being last hired, first fired, overlooked for promotion to outright hostility in toxic workplaces. Their testimony chips away at the idea of the inherent goodness of the charitable sector.My Grandmother's Hands: Resmaa Menakem:  a book about human bodies and how trauma affects us.  Menakem's focus is on racialized trauma and the pathways to healing our minds and our hearts.Bad Feminist:  Roxane Gay:  if you have not read this book yet please do yourself a favour and go buy it.  Roxane Gay is the voice of reason in a sea of insanity most days.Had it Coming:  What's Fair in the Age of #MeToo?:  Robyn Doolittle.  Robyn is a well known and respected journalist here in Canada, akin to Jodi Kantor and Megan Twohey of the NY times.  She has done, and continues to do extensive research into sexual harassment, sexualized violence, and gender discrimination here in Canada.  I highly recommend checking out her work.The Skin We're In: A year of black resistance and power:  Desmond Cole - Desmond is an Black journalist who came into the spotlight when he started to write about his personal experiences with police carding, racial discrimination, and dismantling of systemic racism in Canada.  He's brilliant and everything he writes advances our knowledge of these issues.A book I am waiting for but cannot wait to read is… Unbound: My Story of Liberation and the Birth of the Me Too Movement by Tarana Burke.

Neurosurgery Podcast
Residency Spotlights: UT Houston! Albany! Maryland!

Neurosurgery Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021 35:07


Conversations with Drs. Art Day, Matthew Adamo, and Charlie Sansur