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MedEdTalk

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MedEdTalk

Teresa Sörö

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MedEdTalk strives to discuss topics with researchers, educators and students within Medical Education and Health Profession Education. Together we can share experience and learn from our discussions. The podcast is hosted by Teresa Sörö, Strategic Education Developer at Karolinska Institutet, Sweden
 
MedEdTalks Cardiology is a continuing medical education podcast for physicians to allow them to learn while on the go and obtain CME credits. This show will focus in on cardiovascular risk reduction in patients with diabetes, coordinating efforts between cardiologists and endocrinologists and includes interviews with Dr. Deepak Bhatt and Dr. Peter Toth.
 
MedEdTalks Gastroenterology is a continuing medical education podcast for physicians to allow them to learn while on the go and obtain CME credits. This show will focus in on gastroenterology topics, such as ulcerative colitis (UC) and Crohn’s disease and includes interviews with Dr. Peter Higgins from the University of Michigan, Dr. David Rubin from the University of Chicago and Dr. William Sandborn from the University of California, San Diego.
 
MedEdTalks Neurology is a continuing medical education podcast for physicians to allow them to learn while on the go and obtain CME credits. This show will focus in on multiple sclerosis and includes interviews with Dr. Patricia Coyle from Stony Brook Medical Center, Dr. Claire Riley from Columbia University, Dr. Clyde Markowitz from University of Pennsylvania and Dr. Bruce Cohen from Northwestern University.
 
MedEdTalks Rheumatology is a continuing medical education podcast for physicians to allow them to learn while on the go and obtain CME credits. This show will focus in on rheumatology topics, such as GCA, ANCA-Associated Vasculitis, Pemphigus Vulgaris, Lupus, Biosimilars, RA, axSpA, irAEs and PSA and includes interviews with Dr. Leonard Calabrese, Dr. Grace Wright, Dr. Jeff Kaine, Dr. John Tesser, Dr. Adam Brown, Dr. John Stone and Dr. Ronald Harris
 
MedEdTalks Hematology is a continuing medical education podcast for physicians to allow them to learn while on the go and obtain CME credits. The intended audience for this series is hematologists, hematology nurses (RNs) and nurse practitioners (NPs), oncology RNs, oncology NPs, hemophilia treatment center RNs, hemophilia treatment center NPs, and other health care professionals.
 
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MedEdTalks - Oncology

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MedEdTalks - Oncology

Owen A. O'Connor, MD

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MedEdTalks Oncology is a continuing medical education podcast for physicians to allow them to learn while on the go and obtain CME credits. This show will focus in on different oncology topics, starting with PTCL. In the first season, we will be talking with Dr. Owen O'Connor from Columbia University in New York City, Dr. Tim Illidge from University of Manchester in the United Kingdom and Dr. Lorenz Trumper from Göttingen University in Germany.
 
MedEdTalks Ophthalmology is a continuing medical education podcast for physicians to allow them to learn while on the go and obtain CME credits. This show will focus in on ophthalmology topics, such as nAMD and Diabetic Retinopathy and includes interviews with Dr. Rishi Singh from the Cole Eye Institute, Dr. Andrew Moshfeghi from the USC Roski Eye Institute, Dr. Dilsher Dhoot from California Retina Consultants, Dr. Theodore Leng from Byers Eye Institute at Stanford, Dr. Nathan Steinle from C ...
 
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Physicians are expected to be the ultimate caregivers, but the stresses of medical school and residency can have a significant impact on their mental & physical well-being. They are constantly looking for ways to improve themselves and stay healthy and productive during residency. Join this conversation with Dr. Anita Lwanga to learn the steps they…
 
Today we are excited to have Dr. Mary Leung in our show. Dr. Mary Leung is working full-time as a hematologist and a medical oncologist and enjoying life coaching for physicians. In this episode, you will hear how she went from feeling stressed, overwhelmed, and overworked as a full-time clinical physician to helping other physicians live better li…
 
Charting is neutral. It’s because we can each have different thoughts about it. It restores a certain amount of agency and empowerment so that you can choose how you want to take that next step in your life. Join me in this episode as we take a moment and think about how you can finish your charting at work. Finishing that charting at work involves…
 
Clinical medicine is filled with a variety of situations, often ones that many of us experience as stressful. The moments may come from failing to meet your patients' expectations, advancing your medical career, or the desire to give and maintain quality service delivery. We should ensure that workplaces are sustainable places to work and live and …
 
We all have thoughts about what we want our future to look like. From childhood, we have had dreams of what we want to be and an ideal future that we hope to bring to reality. Maybe it was getting into a given specialty, a particular job, or getting into dating. It could be anything, but it required taking action to move forward. It is all about pu…
 
Sleep deprivation is detrimental to physical health, mental health, and learning, but it’s harder to notice. It can affect your creativity and thinking skills. The best way to know if you are not getting enough sleep is to look at a time when you should have peak awareness. If you feel like you are tired, yawning, or need a cup of coffee to functio…
 
As a physician, you have the ability to do what you want and design your physician life around your vision and values. However, sometimes you can feel stuck, lost, and burned out in your practice or business, and advocating for your wellness is your first step toward a more fulfilling experience. Designing your physician's life can look like many t…
 
Physicians are the first ones who care for other people's health. However, they have difficulty taking care of themselves and their wellness. The medical profession is under immense pressure to perform more and more while sustaining the same level of quality, which can create a desire to place work above all as they care for patients and others aro…
 
Robert Zlotecki M.D., PhD describes the factors that make a patient a candidate for Pluvicto treatment for prostate cancer. He explains the process of treatment through a series of Pluvicto infusions for prostate cancer and he outlines the current shift in thinking regarding systemic radiopharmaceutical therapy for prostate cancer.…
 
Kevin Campbell M.D highlights vasectomy reversal with both provider and patient consideration. He describes the workup and counseling for patients interested in vasectomy reversal. He outlines the surgical techniques and procedures available for men with a history of vasectomy and he discusses the post-operative considerations following a vasectomy…
 
Although medical experts want to provide the best advice possible, sometimes it can be difficult for patients to decode complicated medical content. You need an expert who will cut through the weeds and focus on bringing you up-to-date information that is clinically accurate so that you can feel confident in making decisions for your child. Join th…
 
Most of us see burnout as a physical, emotional, and mental state that occurs when we feel depleted or overwhelmed, but it actually affects our brain. It has been shown that when we have chronic burnout, our hippocampus gets thinner, and the prefrontal cortex is affected, making it more difficult for us to focus, make good decisions, and remember i…
 
There is no one perfect answer to what makes a great medical practice. Many different factors come into play when creating the ideal practice for yourself and your patients, but self-care is one of the key buzzwords that cannot be left out of the equation. Selfcare is not just about eating well and taking rest. There is more to it, especially when …
 
As a physician, managing your finances can be surprisingly easy to do, but more often, finances tend to fall into the 'important but not urgent category. For most of us, this means it's something we don't want to stress over too much, which makes it easy for us to put our heads in the sand and think that it’s going to be okay. Financial health is k…
 
Quality improvement projects and process improvement initiatives are helpful in moving things forward in your clinical practice. Individually, it is about seeing where you are, implementing change, observing, adjusting, and trying again. There is always room for improvement, but it all comes down to having a growth mindset, being intentional, refle…
 
In this episode, Basma Mohamed, MBChB, describes the importance of a comprehensive preoperative evaluation of elderly spine surgery patients and the methods of frailty assessment in the literature. She also explains the role of prehabilitation in frail elderly patients preparing for spine surgery.UF Health Shands Hospital
 
Batching is not just for cooking; you can also use it intentionally in medicine to improve your efficiency! Your wellness matters and you have to look at what you desire to accomplish and your priorities to achieve your goals. Whether you want to be home sooner, get organized, or take less work home, you can do it! Batching tasks will help you stay…
 
Doing it all by yourself is holding yourself back from being efficient. To enhance your efficiency in your workflow, you need to think about what you can delegate, how to delegate, and why you want to delegate a task. Delegation is important, but also it calls for effective closed-loop communication with your team along with respect and kindness. A…
 
Closed-loop communication matters in patient care, reducing errors and helping teamwork with communication and workflow, particularly in situations where there is increased variability. It ensures that the message is properly received by exposing deficiencies that we may have in describing what we heard, which can reflect distraction, confusing ter…
 
The angiopoietin/Tie2 pathway is an attractive therapeutic target for the management of retinal and choroidal vascular diseases, as it has been identified to play a role in vascular permeability and angiogenesis within the eye. Several therapies targeting this pathway have been investigated, and the FDA recently approved the first agent that inhibi…
 
The angiopoietin/Tie2 pathway is an attractive therapeutic target for the management of retinal and choroidal vascular diseases, as it has been identified to play a role in vascular permeability and angiogenesis within the eye. Several therapies targeting this pathway have been investigated, and the FDA recently approved the first agent that inhibi…
 
The angiopoietin/Tie2 pathway is an attractive therapeutic target for the management of retinal and choroidal vascular diseases, as it has been identified to play a role in vascular permeability and angiogenesis within the eye. Several therapies targeting this pathway have been investigated, and the FDA recently approved the first agent that inhibi…
 
Patrick Duff M.D. highlights group B streptococcal infection in pregnancy. He describes the principal risk factors for early-onset group B streptococcal infection, the most useful methods for identifying maternal group B streptococcal colonization and the best strategies for reducing the frequency of early-onset neonatal group B streptococcal infec…
 
Charting in the room can help you, as a physician, stay on track, improve patient care, take less work home, and make a difference in your workflow. It’s possible, and you can make it happen by charting in the room, finishing notes in the room, and coming prepared to go from room to room, patient to patient. Leveraging electronic communications wil…
 
An effective charting process is important for physicians because it helps them get more out of their work. Your input and those from other stakeholders need to be recorded in the notes. This makes easy documentation and charting efficiency crucial in creating a congruent, transparent, and flourishing system. There are so many things that you can d…
 
In this podcast, expert clinicians will discuss the current guidelines for the management of embolic stroke with a PFO.Dr. Howard Herrmann
 
Zain Shahid MD defines physician modified endovascular grafts (PMEG). He describes patient selection and the indications for PMEG and he helps us to understand the role of PMEG in treatment of complex aortic aneurysms.UF Health Shands Hospital
 
Jesus Fabregas MD, MPH, FACO helps us to recognize colorectal cancer as a major cause of morbidity and mortality. He identifies different colorectal cancer screening methods and as a medical oncologist, he shares the symptoms at presentation of colon malignancies and the latest treatment options available.…
 
You've probably heard the phrase, "Don't just sit there, do something!" And yet for the thoughtful, deliberate people out there like me, sometimes it's easier to keep thinking about potential action and learning, rather than putting things into action. Regardless of whether you consider yourself more of a thinker or a doer, check out the rest of ep…
 
What if we could do this particular thing differently in a way that meets both of our needs, even if that is supposedly not possible right now? What other choices, options, or potential adjustments are out there? If you have ever tried to advocate for yourself or others, please check out episode 33 of The MedEdWell Podcast to get encouraged. Then g…
 
Beyond the daily decisions of what to eat, what to wear, how many times to hit snooze on the alarm, there are many big impactful decisions that affect each of our lives. But even though these big decisions may seem more important, small decisions over time can impact the future too. Check out episode 32 of The MedEdWell Podcast to hear about what g…
 
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