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In the "Learn Medical Spanish" podcast, you'll learn specific, curated vocabulary to help you communicate with your Spanish-speaking patients more easily. This podcast is focused on healthcare providers or other medical professionals who want to improve their Spanish. My background is emergency medicine and family practice, but regardless of your medical specialty, you'll likely find some useful terminology that you can use on the job. I'll cover medical Spanish dialogues, medical Spanish te ...
 
The Undifferentiated Medical Student (TUMS) podcast is about helping medical students to choose a medical specialty and plan a career in medicine. The list of career options available to medical students is large, but the time to explore them all is short. Moreover, mentorship in medical school is lacking, and many medical students tackle the task of career planning alone, most struggling and almost all clutching to the hope that 3rd year clinical rotations will definitively resolve their re ...
 
The Medical Collaborative Podcast is a podcast series where we interview medical specialists to find out specifics about their specialty. These specifics include how they came to be in their specialty, what other specialties they considered, what their average day is like, the ups and downs that they experience, their work life balance and their advice for medical students and interns. Whether your interest is cardiology, paediatrics, orthopaedics, GP or other, TMC has you covered.
 
The InsideTheBoards podcast is dedicated to helping you learn to think like a question writer so you can study smarter, not harder. Our goal is to take you "Inside" the boards. With our special series like the Step 1 Study Smarter Series, we aim to dedicate a "season" toward helping you study based on the rhythm of medical education. Throughout the year, look for special "Study Smarter" series. In the Spring it's USMLE Step 1 and COMLEX Level 1. Early Summer it's Step 2. In the late fall, we ...
 
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The Medical Take

Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow

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Join Arrianne Laws (Consultant Physician), Daniel Lynagh (Specialty Registrar), Laura Gillespie (Consultant Physician) and their guests as they discuss clinical cases, non-technical factors, leadership and more! The Medical Take is the new fortnightly podcast series from the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow, aimed at everyone who’s interested in looking after medical patients and improving their practice.
 
The Medical Society of Virginia (MSV) is a professional association of more than 9,000 Virginia physicians, medical students, residents, physician assistants and physician assistant students. MSV podcasts spread ideas, news, and knowledge to advance physicians and patients of every specialty and practice setting across the Commonwealth of Virginia.
 
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Today I'll go over the medical Spanish phrases you may want to use for COVID - History of Present Illness (HPI). This dialogue is mainly for emergency medicine clinicians (doctors, PA’s, or NP’s who work in the ER), but other healthcare professionals can likely benefit as well. For more help with medical Spanish translations, check out the resource…
 
Today I'll go over the medical Spanish phrases you may want to use for Fever - Past Medical History (PMH). This dialogue is mainly for emergency medicine clinicians (doctors, PA’s, or NP’s who work in the emergency room), but other healthcare professionals can likely benefit as well. For more medical Spanish vocab help, check out the resources belo…
 
Today I'll go over the medical Spanish phrases you may want to use for Chest Pain - Review of Systems (ROS). This dialogue is mainly for emergency room clinicians (doctors, physician assistants, or nurse practitioners), but other healthcare professionals can likely benefit as well. For more help with medical Spanish translations, check out the reso…
 
Today I'll go over a medical Spanish dialogue on how to do an HPI on a Spanish-speaking patient with abdominal pain. Most of the questions are yes/no, with a few short answer. This is targeted at emergency room clinicians, but may be useful for other medical professionals as well. YouTube version: https://youtu.be/Rz1ZCCvQjPQ Blog post version: htt…
 
Here I explain what types of topics the Learn Medical Spanish podcast will cover, what my background is, and how you can get the most out of these episodes. By the way, if you have a suggestion about future episodes, just leave a comment on one of my YouTube videos. :)Ben
 
Joining me today is Ed DeLaney, the Director of Perfusion at Northwell Health, and Dr. Derek Brinster, a cardiovascular thoracic surgeon and Director of Aortic Surgery at Northwell Health. In this conversation, we discuss how perfusionists and surgeons work together to provide excellent patient care during heart surgery. We also examine how vital c…
 
Sections from today's episode Why the term "hungry ghost"? How did you get interested in addiction medicine? How stress impacts students' empathy levels Is treating addiction replacing one substance with another? Today's guest A renowned speaker, and bestselling author, Dr. Gabor Maté is highly sought after for his expertise on a range of topics in…
 
Joining me today is Dr. Ziad Hage from Novant Health in Charlotte, NC. Dr. Hage is a board-certified skull-based neurosurgeon specializing in cerebrovascular and endovascular approaches. In this episode, we talk about how his family inspired him to enter the healthcare space, what exactly led him to the surgical space, his transition from Lebanon t…
 
Sections from today's episode Encourage your patients to be open and honest about addiction How to ask about addiction without judgement and how to intervene "By not intervening, we're condoning" Addiction is a disease of free will and treating addiction is not replacing one drug with another Today's guest Nora D. Volkow, M.D., is Director of the N…
 
Joining me today is Artem Zhosan. In this episode, we discuss how he transitioned from being a perfusionist in Ukraine to becoming an RN and ECMO Specialist in the United States. We also discuss what his day-to-day is like as an ECMO specialist, who exactly he works with everyday, and what he loves about his job.…
 
Sections from today's episode The different parts of the brain that various drugs affect Why some drugs are more likely to cause addiction than others The vulnerability to addiction The relation of addiction and incentive salience Today's guest Dr. Blazes is triple board-certified in psychiatry, addiction psychiatry, and emergency medicine and is t…
 
Today we are talking to Tina, Kristen, and Jeff from Fairfield Medical Center’s sterile processing department. In this episode, we discuss the interesting realm of SPD. We highlight what they handle on a daily basis, sterile processing’s impact on patients, and the subsequent achievement of surgeon satisfaction.…
 
In the final episode of series 1, Dr Beth Routledge and Dr Arrianne Laws discuss headaches in pregnancy. People get headaches all the time, and pregnant patients are no exception. When should we be taking these more seriously and doing more tests, and what treatments can we use for a pregnant patient? We speak to Dr Beth Routledge to find out. Find…
 
In this episode, we take a deep dive into the realm of extracorporeal membrane oxygenation (ECMO). ECMO has become a very common support for COVID-19 patients, and Michael and I explore the reasoning behind that option. We discuss how ECMO should be administered, how doctors determine when to put patients on ECMO, and how it is impacting COVID-19 o…
 
Sections from today's episode The important role language plays in our interactions "The way that we talk about patients is the way that we treat them" The importance of word choice “remove the word ‘abuse’ from your vernacular” Common terms used in the addiction space and alternative words/phrases to replace them "Substance abuse should be replace…
 
In this episode we discuss how an early experience in a hospital led him to want to practice medicine, how reading a book about neurosurgery helped him decided that was the speciality for him and how his rural hospitals lack of navigation systems lead him to creating his own utilizing the computing power of his iPhone…
 
Sections from today's episode How someone becomes addicted and what keeps them addicted are not usually the same things Keep in mind the ‘self-medication theory’ and ask “what are they treating with their substance use?” It's important for diagnostic and treatment reasons to understand if the substance use or mental disorder occurred first because …
 
We see multiple patients every day who present with shortness of breath, but what's the best way to work them up? How can we tell those with a dangerous problem that needs something done about it now from those with less acute issues? Daniel Lynagh and Laura Gillespie discuss how best to approach the clinical assessment of a breathless patient.…
 
Sections from this episode include How substance use affects pregnancy and the different effects of various substances How infants can be impacted by a mothers substance use Medications and treatments used in pregnancy Today's Guest Dr. Cara Poland is a recognized expert in addiction medicine. She is a faculty member at Michigan State University. S…
 
Today Patrick breaks down ethical questions around addiction. If you or someone you know is struggling with addiction, there is help available. SAMHSA National Helpline Confidential free help, from public health agencies, to find substance use treatment and information. www.samhsa.gov 1-800-662-4357 Shatterproof Browse addiction resources from trea…
 
We're joined by Stephen Vargas from Terence Higgins Trust to talk through issues around gender, sexual health and what we can do to be better clinicians looking after LGBT people. Find out more: https://rcpsg.ac.uk/college/this-is-what-we-do/the-medical-take
 
Sections from today's episode In adolescents who use marijuana chronically, their prefrontal cortex will not develop as well, their long-term decision making is going to be decreased and their long-term ability to concentrate is going to be impaired The younger someone starts using marijuana chronically the more at risk they are for developing schi…
 
Joining me today is Kristian Young (title) at SpecialtyCare. In this episode, we discuss how her path in medical school led her to a career in intraoperative neuromonitoring, how she developed a passion for guiding new IONM clinicians, and how she does that in her role at SpecialtyCare. We also examine what a new hire in SpecialtyCare’s IONM progra…
 
Sections from this episode include Medications to treat alcohol intoxication and withdrawal Which medications may be contraindicated due to liver damage and the alternatives to use instead The four stages of alcohol addiction as well as the timeline and symptoms of withdrawal Review of diagnostic tools such as CIWA and the CAGED questions If you or…
 
Sugars run high in this week’s episode as we discuss diagnosis, investigation and management of patients with diabetic emergencies. We’re joined by Joe Timmons, Specialist Trainee in Diabetics & Endocrinology to guide us through ketoacidosis, hyperosmolar states and more!Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow
 
In this episode our own hosts Dr. Stewart Bryant and Mariah Siddiqui discuss opioids and the impact they have on the body, medications used to treat opioid addiction, as well as their history in the US and how the over-prescription of opioids have led to the increased rate of addiction. If you or someone you know is struggling with addiction, there…
 
In this episode, Amy meets with Dr. Jaime Alan from Michigan State University to discuss the toxicology and pharmacology involved in addiction. Todays Guest Jamie K. Alan, RPh, PharmD, PhD, is an Assistant Professor of Pharmacology & Toxicology in the College of Human Medicine. Dr. Alan received her PharmD from Ohio Northern University in 2005, whe…
 
Dr Arrianne Laws and Dr Laura Gillespie discuss different presentations of anogenital ulceration. We talk about how to ask those more 'sensitive' questions; what investigations to order; and initial management.Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow
 
Today's Guest Jamie K. Alan, RPh, PharmD, PhD, is an Assistant Professor of Pharmacology & Toxicology in the College of Human Medicine. Dr. Alan received her PharmD from Ohio Northern University in 2005, where she graduated with high distinction. She has been a licensed and practicing pharmacist for 8 years and has experience in retail, hospital, c…
 
In this episode, Patrick talks with Dr. Corey Waller from the Health Management Associates Institute on Addiction to discuss addiction medicine becoming its own specialty and the importance it plays across all fields and levels of medicine. Todays Guest Corey Waller MD, MS, FACEP, DFASAM is a board-certified and actively practicing addiction and em…
 
Sections from this episode include The importance of addiction training Addiction medicine becoming a specialty Utilizing a systems-based approach to treating addiction Today's Guest Dr. Cara Poland is a recognized expert in addiction medicine. She is a faculty member at Michigan State University. She earned her medical degree from Wayne State Univ…
 
A patient presents with raised inflammatory markers and a headache: what should you do? Is this just an older patient with a viral illness and sinusitis or are they in danger of losing their sight and need steroids ASAP? We discuss a case. Find out more: https://rcpsg.ac.uk/college/this-is-what-we-do/the-medical-take…
 
Joining me today is Sam Weinstein, MD, MBA, CEO of SpecialtyCare. In this episode, we discuss the SpecialtyCare Medical Mission trip endowment, how the endowment is helping perfusionists participate in medical missions, and how Dr. Weinstein’s life and career have been impacted by his participation in similar trips. Enjoy the conversation.…
 
The creatinine is rising, but you don’t know why. We can help! From initial management to trying to figure out who needs something more sophisticated than a urinalysis checked, we guide you through this everyday clinical problem with our guest Benjamin Elyan. Find out more: https://rcpsg.ac.uk/college/this-is-what-we-do/the-medical-take…
 
Joining me today are Aaron, Irene, and Owen, surgical neurophysiologists that are currently in the Intraoperative Neuromonitoring New Hire program at SpecialtyCare. In this episode, we discuss their individual motivations to enter the IONM field, what they were doing before IONM, and how they are handling the intensive training program at Specialty…
 
About this episode This episode comes from our friends over at StatMed Learning and talks about what it means to be a bad test-taker at the boards level, understanding how this happens, and ways to fix it. The goal of this episode is to outline and understand how and why this happens, since understanding the patterns has to happen first. Learn to i…
 
We’ve all been asked for feedback and not known what to say beyond a generic ‘no concerns’, ‘gain more clinical experience’ response. We’ll talk about why doing better matters, and give you tips on giving good-quality feedback. Find out more: https://rcpsg.ac.uk/college/this-is-what-we-do/the-medical-take…
 
About this episode This episode is a cross post from our friends over at StatMed Learning. Learn to improve your study skills and get 10% off at https://statmedlearning.com/itb/ Study on the go for free! Download the Audio QBank by InsideTheBoards for free on iOS or Android. If you want to upgrade, you can save money on a premium subscription by cu…
 
About this episode This episode is a cross post from our friends over at StatMed Learning. Learn to improve your study skills and get 10% off at https://statmedlearning.com/itb/ Study on the go for free! Download the Audio QBank by InsideTheBoards for free on iOS or Android. If you want to upgrade, you can save money on a premium subscription by cu…
 
A clinical presentation we’re faced with multiple times a day, which has almost as many possible causes. We talk about how to tease those apart. Find out more: https://rcpsg.ac.uk/college/this-is-what-we-do/the-medical-takeRoyal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow
 
Study on the go for free! Download the Audio QBank by InsideTheBoards for free on iOS or Android. If you want to upgrade, you can save money on a premium subscription by customizing your plan until your test date on our website! Free features include: Past episodes organized into Step 1 or Step 2 including the Study SmArchives Bonus content from pa…
 
Join Arrianne Laws (Consultant Physician), Daniel Lynagh (Specialty Registrar) and their guests as they discuss clinical cases, non-technical factors, leadership and more! The Medical Take is the new fortnightly podcast series from the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow, aimed at everyone who’s interested in looking after medical p…
 
Today, Al and I discuss his path to perfusion. We examine how his career in perfusion research began, how it has changed over the years, and how it led him to winning the John H. Gibbon Jr. award. This prestigious award honors a candidate for making a significant contribution to the cardiopulmonary discipline interrelating with the field of extraco…
 
About this episode Mariah, one of our medical student hosts, interviews Nick from AnkiPalace to talk about flashcards and breakdown a practice question. Check out the Anki Mastery Course and get 10% off using the promo code insidetheboards! https://courses.ankipalace.com/ Study on the go for free! Download the Audio QBank by InsideTheBoards for fre…
 
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Today we are excited to share this lecture given by Dr. Fauci from the 2021 John Collins Harvey Lecture at the Georgetown University's Pellegrino Center for Clinical Bioethics. More Dr. Ed Pellegrino 2005 White Coat Ceremony at Georgetown University Dr. Pellegrino videos from the Center for Clinical BioEthics View the original lecture as well as pa…
 
Today Quincy and I discuss The New School of Perfusion that will soon be opening its doors at Lipscomb university. In doing so we talk about what goes into opening a school of perfusion, how Lipscomb came to the decision to open such a school, And how a partnership with SpecialtyCare was vital in helping make that decision…
 
Joining me today is Dr. Jonathan Rasouli, a Spinal Neurosurgeon at the Cleveland Clinic. In this conversation we discuss what it was that made him shift his collegiate path from engineer to Surgeon. We also discuss why he choose to focus on neurosurgery, how drastically the field of neurosurgery has changed in the 13 years since he started med scho…
 
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