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Primary Care Update

Mark Ebell

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Four healthily skeptical primary care physicians discuss the latest in primary care medicine. Join Essential Evidence Editor Mark Ebell MD, Rush University's Kate Rowland MD, MSU Professor of Medicine Gary Ferenchick MD, and POEMs co-founder Henry Barry MD, MS for this fast-paced weekly update on evidence-based primary care.
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Primary Care Knowledge Boost

Primary Care Knowledge Boost

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All things General Practice! Join doctors Sara and Lisa as they interview specialists from around Greater Manchester with the aim of improving the confidence and knowledge of local primary care clinicians. The podcast has been made possible due to the support of Wigan CCG and GP Excellence in Greater Manchester.
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Primary Care Today features conversations with clinical experts representing a wide range of medical specialties to highlight the latest trends in primary care practice, from clinical pearls to updated guidelines, health informatics, and practice management. This series is hosted by Dr. Brian McDonough, a nationally recognized clinical expert, teacher, and public speaker in primary care.
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Illuminating Primary Care

Menlo Park Recruitment

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Welcome to Illuminating Primary Care! On our channel, we will be talking about all things Primary Care. We will be speaking to decision-makers and innovators from the world of General Practice. Our first few episodes will be hosted by James Truswell, Director of Menlo Park Recruitment. We will also be featuring some of our specialist consultants as guest hosts in future episodes, so make sure to follow us so that you don’t miss out.
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Welcome to the monthly Primary Care Pod from Red Whale – join GPs Nik Kendrew and Caroline Greene as each month they discuss a roundup of four key topics for primary care clinicians, which can also be found in our popular free Pearls . We look at the evidence, the guidelines and the media coverage and make learning together as a primary care community as relaxing and enjoyable as possible. We invite you to nominate your primary care heroes and share your “best intentions” stories. So, grab a ...
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Primary Care Perspectives

Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia

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Listen in as Katie Lockwood, MD, a primary care pediatrician at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, discusses hot topics in primary care with CHOP subject-matter-experts as they weigh in on issues affecting the daily practice of pediatricians. This podcast is for general informational and educational purposes only and is not to be considered as medical advice for any particular patient. Clinicians must rely on their own informed clinical judgment in making recommendations to their patients. ...
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You're a busy frontline health professional who wants to keep up-to-date with important topics relevant to working in Primary Care. This podcast is truly multi-professional, aiming to serve the needs of: GPs, Nurses, Clinical Pharmacists, Physician Associates, First Contact Physiotherapists and Paramedics, Nursing Associates, other doctors, Mental Health Practitioners and trainees and students of the above. Coverage includes: Clinical updates System updates Understanding the Workforce (us!) ...
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Primary Care NEL

Munir Adam

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This podcast is for all Primary Care clinical staff (Doctors, nurses, physician's associates, Clinical Pharmacists in Practice, Paramedics in GP, First Contact Physiotherapists). Contents includes: Clinical updates; Wellbeing, Regional/local news, Creating a community, and anything else of interest to these frontline clinicians.
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Primary Care Perspectives: Podcast for Pediatricians

Children's Hospital of Philadelphia

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This podcast is for general informational and educational purposes only and is not to be considered as medical advice for any particular patient. Clinicians must rely on their own informed clinical judgment in making recommendations to their patients. ©2016 by Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, all rights reserved.
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Dive deep into the cutting edge of healthcare transformation, explore innovative approaches to primary care, and tackle physician burnout. Join hosts Dr. Faisel Syed and Dr. Dan McCarter as they delve into the issues plaguing the country's most vulnerable populations. They engage with healthcare thought leaders, unsung heroes, and other professionals who share their perspectives on revolutionizing the healthcare industry and rebuilding faith in medicine. If you're a primary care physician se ...
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Primary Care Podcast

Dr. Ross Tanick

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Hi I’m Ross Tanick, DO, family medicine resident at Swedish Medical Center in Colorado. This podcast features interviews and stories with physicians from a variety of backgrounds and involved in many different styles of practice (mental health, addiction and pain, rural practice, OMM/OMT, geriatrics, pediatrics, lifestyle med, preventive medicine, etc). We dive into the journey to become a physician and choosing a specialty, as well as hear fun stories and compelling cases being presented. N ...
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Primary Care Nursing and Cancer Podcast

Macmillan Primary Care Nursing

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A podcast to support Primary Care Nurses and other HCPs in South West London deliver truly personalised care for their patients living with cancer. This podcast is produced by the Macmillan Primary Care Nursing Project which is hosted by South West London Health and Care Partnership.
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Primary Care in a Pandemic

UBC Medicine Learning Network

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Primary Care in a Pandemic looks at the changes in primary care in British Columbia during the COVID-19 pandemic. We talk about ways primary care clinics adapted during the crisis. Each episode tackles a different topic from how to stay connected as a team to how to approach advanced care planning with patients. We try to keep things real and practical so you can apply these ideas in your practices. Produced by the University of British Columbia's Primary Care Innovation Support Unit in the ...
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Pride in Primary Care

Dr Rhys Young

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Join Dr Rhys (he/him) and explore LGBTI+ health and what we can do as healthcare professionals to better care for the LGBTI+ community. Each week Dr Rhys will chat with an expert and give you actionable tips to help your patients today. This podcast is for GPs, hospital doctors, medical students, nurses and other healthcare providers who want to go beyond being “LGBTI-friendly” and become more confident with the specific health risks and concerns that affect the LGBTI+ community.
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Alberta North Zone Primary Care Series Podcast

Alberta North Zone Primary Care Networks

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This podcast series shares episodes on a variety of topics with physicians, Primary Care Network staff, and partners in Alberta's North Zone. In the first four episodes Dr. Kent Corso talks about the Behavioural Health Consultant Program. The Alberta North Zone has trained over 50 Primary Care Network staff in our Behavioural Health Consultant (BHC) supplemental training program. Primary Care Behavioural Health is a model of healthcare delivery that meets patients where they are, and helps t ...
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This is the second episode in our MSK mini-series. Doctors Lisa and Sara speak to Tom Smith and Charlotte Baker again, who are First Contact Practitioners in Wigan. The focus of this chat is shoulder pain - using a hypothetical case to discuss important history points, red flags, useful examination tips, differential diagnoses and further assessmen…
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This week join us as Kate, Mark, Henry and Gary discuss clinical prediction tool for patients using DOACs for atrial fibrillation, the benefits of cognitively enhanced tai chi, whether high dose recombinant flu vaccine is useful in adults 50-64, and watching patients with symptomatic gallstone disease.…
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Ever wish there was a sort of Kelly Blue Book for hospitals? Here, Ron has a chat with Linda Komisak, the COO and Co-Founder of CareLuminate Inc – ‘a safe place for nurses to report on the quality and safety of care in their organizations’. Throughout their conversation, they discuss why she feels interviewing nurses for feedback about their facili…
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GP Partner, Dr Rebecca Ennis from Western Avenue Medical Centre in Chester, delves into her journey to Partnership, specifically not long after qualifying, and how her practice does things differently. In this episode, we discuss: 🩺Choosing GP as a speciality 📚Returning to University to specialise 🏠Choosing a practice 💭Lessons learnt as a partner 📈…
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Inflammation, recurrent infections, fevers and rashes, and poor growth may all be ways that immune dysregulation presents in primary care patients. Edward Behrens, MD, Chief of the Division of Rheumatology at Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, discusses the Dysregulated Immune Response Team (DIRT) and their innovative approach to immune dysregula…
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THIS EPISODE features a discussion on the critical issue of air pollution and its significant impact on health. Experts from London share insights on the pervasive problem, though the topic is highly relevant UK wide. They discuss different sources of pollution, health effects and the current climate change crisis, and the responsibility and potent…
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Grab a cuppa and join us for some free CPD as we have another relaxed round up of recent Red Whale primary care Pearls of wisdom. This month, Nik and Caroline discuss: Actively beating the new year blues. How can we build conversations about physical activity into our consultations? Scabies surge: how do you spot it and manage it? ( And can you get…
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Host: Jennifer Caudle, DO Guest: Victoria A. Statler, MD, MSc Test-confirmed influenza outcomes provide a specific measure of influenza vaccine effectiveness (VE) and has helped to illustrate the potential benefit of cell-based versus egg-based vaccines.1 So what data support improved VE from cell-based flu vaccines versus egg-based vaccines? To le…
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Written By: Christine Miller, COE Resident Review By: Dr. Keiran Tuck, Neurologist, Movement Disorder Specialist Hosts: Christine Miller, COE Resident & Hannah Dunnigan, Rural Family Medicine Resident Art: as ever by Aikansha Chawla https://thegenerehlist.ca/episode-2-parkinsons-disease-part-2/Dr Christine Miller
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This is the first episode in a three part MSK mini-series, which aims to briefly capture important features in history, examination and further investigations of common joint presentations. Doctors Sara and Lisa speak to Tom Smith and Charlotte Baker who are First Contact Physiotherapists in Wigan. Back pain is the focus of this episode, with a fic…
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This episode features Matt Ohrt, Co-Founder and Chief Healthcare Officer at Self Fund Health. Here he discusses his career background and how when he was the VP of HR at a steel company in Wisconsin, he implemented numerous game-changing improvements to employee healthcare benefits. He dives into how these changes saved $5.5M in total costs, improv…
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This week, Kate, Henry and Mark discuss pharmacotherapy for alcohol use disorder, using opioids in adults with cancer pain who also use non-medical stimulants, and brexpiprazole for agitation in patients with Alzheimer's dementia.
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Google searches for tongue tie, or ankyloglossia, have doubled in the past five years and the number of infants having frenotomies is also increasing. Helping us understand the tongue anatomy and sort out myths surrounding tongue ties is Adva Buzi, MD, an attending physician in the Division of Otolaryngology at Children's Hospital of Philadelphia. …
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IN THIS EPISODE co-host, Irina Varlan speaks with Matt Elswood, about the complexities of mental health conditions, stressing the importance of understanding mental health better rather than offering oversimplified solutions. Elswood emphasizes the need for non-prescription solutions such as developing gratitude, agency, and humility. He presents f…
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Doctors Lisa and Sara talk to Senior Pharmacist Sarah Hafeez about Polypharmacy. She explains the difference between inappropriate and appropriate polypharmacy before talking through some typical cases that illustrate several examples of common scenarios. This leads to discussions on prioritising concerns, weaning/stopping medications, counselling …
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Join Kate, Mark, Henry and Gary as they talk about: TENS for pain after cesarean delivery, cholinesterase inhibitors and risk of falls, a meta-analysis of the new Alzheimer’s drugs, and telephone delivery of bad news
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In today’s episode, Ron chats with Sam Moen, Co-Founder, President & COO of MDDirect and Michelle Golden, the Interim Executive Director for Administration for the Eau Claire Area School District. They talk about how MDDirect is transforming specialty care by producing faster outcomes with lower cost of care. They also share insights into Michelle’…
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In this episode we are joined by Dr Steve Taylor, a former GP Partner who has been involved in training 60 GPs throughout his career. Steve is focussed on helping get the message out there about the truth of what GPs experience on a daily basis – something that the mainstream media do a poor job of. We discuss some of the stats and figures that Ste…
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How is artificial intelligence (AI) already being used in pediatrics and how will we use it in the future? In this episode, Bimal Desai, MD, MBI, FAAP and Kevin Johnson, MD, MS, FAAP explain not only how we use AI currently, such as using an ambient scribe, but also how we can use AI in the future, including augmented imaging. We explore the benefi…
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Guess what? The CDC's Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices had a unanimous vote in favor of a preferential recommendation of vaccines for the cool adults who are 65 and older—one of these options is adjuvanted influenza vaccines.1 Talk about a milestone in the world of public health! Now the burning question is why on earth did they decide …
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Host: Charles Turck, PharmD, BCPS, BCCCP Guest: Wendy Wright, DNP Guest: Elias Chahine, PharmD, FCCP, FASCP While the flu may seem benign to some, it may result in up to 710,000 hospitalizations and up to 52,000 deaths every year.1 So how are current and concerning trends in declining flu vaccinations being addressed? To hear the latest updates and…
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In this PCRS Greener Healthcare Campaign podcast we have Tracey Lonergan, Shakeela Riaz and Amanda Roberts (PCRS Patient Reference Group) discussing their experiences with living with, and living with family members with respiratory disease. They will touch on how they deal with indoor and outdoor air quality, the changes that they have made in the…
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This week, join Henry, Kate, Gary and Mark as they discuss 4 great studies: home suction devices for infants with bronchiolitis, amitriptyline for adults with irritable bowel, high-dose aspirin for preventing colorectal cancer, and communicating about serious illness and end of life.
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Doctors Lisa and Sara speak with Dr Anne Connolly, a GP with a special in Gynaecology, trained hysteroscopist, and founding member of the Primary Care Women's Health Forum, where she just stepped down as chair in 2023. They speak about the importance of raising awareness about women’s health problems such as heavy menstrual bleeding, how underappre…
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IN THIS EPISODE Claire and Munir from the PCUK team talk to Rachel Morris about the challenges in General Practice in these turbulant times with evolving roles and uncertainties. She explains how to think about this differently, in order to not only survive, but to thrive. SPECIAL THANKS to our guest speaker: Dr Rachel Morris. Rachel is former GP w…
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Grab a cuppa and join us for some free CPD as we have another relaxed round up of recent Red Whale primary care Pearls of wisdom. This month, Nik and Caroline discuss: Galleri: will this blood test revolutionise cancer diagnosis? We review the evidence behind it and ask: How effective is it when cancer is suspected, and how effective is it for popu…
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Diet culture seems pervasive in our society and impacts our children and adolescents. In this episode, Nicole Cifra, MD, MPH, MHPEd, Assistant Professor of Clinical Pediatrics in the Division of Adolescent Medicine at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia discusses the influence of diet culture, signs of eating disorders, and ways to have a weight ne…
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In this episode, Ron chats with Stu Clark, the Chief Executive Officer at Premise Health – the world’s leading direct healthcare company and one of the largest digital providers in the country. Throughout their conversation, they discuss the reasons why the press isn’t interested in direct primary healthcare, the importance of incorporating behavio…
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In this episode, Ron chats with David Goldhill, Founder and CEO at Sesame, a new healthcare system for uninsured Americans and those with high-deductible plans. In their conversation, they delve into net promoter scores, the convenience and pricing of Sesame, and more. They also dive into David’s books “Catastrophic Care: Why Everything We Think We…
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This week, Kate, Henry, Mark and Gary discuss antiplatelet medications to prevent dementia, post-stroke blood pressure control, the latest guideline for managing patients with chronic cardiac disease, and probiotics for patients with irritable bowel syndrome.
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Doctors Sara and Lisa talk to Dr Mahindra Chincholkar, a consultant anaesthetist and Clinical Director Manchester and Salford Pain Centre. They take a detailed dive into the concept of pain and chronic pain, and then Mahindra explains his stepwise approach to assessing and managing chronic pain through the use of an anonymous case. Greater Manchest…
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IN THIS EPISODE: Munir Adam discusses the common issue of lower back pain with an expert in the field who starts by reminding us about the basics, red flags and then also the need for patient education and empowerment to manage their own pain, instead of relying solely on strong analgesia. He also discourages unnecessary spine surgery and advises a…
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First of a two part review of Parkinson's Disease in the elderly. Written By: Christine Miller, COE Resident Review By: Dr. Allison Nakanishi, Geriatrician Hosts: Christine Miller, COE Resident & Hannah Dunnigan, Rural Family Medicine Resident Art: as ever by Aikansha ChawlaDr Christine Miller
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This episode features Joe Murad, President & CEO at Vida Health. Vida Health offers its members personalized care programs for diabetes, obesity, depression, anxiety, hypertension, and more. Here, he does a deep dive in to what makes Vida Health special, what outcomes they are seeing with their members, how their program offers weekly virtual visit…
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With their diverse work experience and unique skill sets, advanced practice providers (APPs) are able to contribute to not only the wellbeing of patients but also that of other providers. Bridget Sullivan Garmisa, MSN, MS, CRNP, RD, nurse practitioner at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, shares her perspective as an APP and gives insight into cl…
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With their diverse work experience and unique skill sets, advanced practice providers (APPs) are able to contribute to not only the wellbeing of patients but also that of other providers. Bridget Sullivan Garmisa, MSN, MS, CRNP, RD, nurse practitioner at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, shares her perspective as an APP and gives insight into cl…
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In this episode of the Illuminating Primary Care podcast, David Murphy is joined by Dr. Nabeel Arshad, GP Partner at The Brooke Surgery, which is Google's highest rated in the country. We discuss what changes practices can make to drastically improve patient satisfaction, and how to improve Google reviews.…
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This week Kate, Mark, Henry and Gary talk about how long it takes for lower extremity cellulitis to improve, how long it takes for CGRP monoclonal antibodies to take effect in adults with chronic migraine, whether CBT is effective for fatigue in patients with long COVID, and outcome data for various lipid lowering therapies. Plus a painful quiz, an…
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Doctors Sara and Lisa discuss the podcast episodes over the year. We talk about our longer term learning points, how the year has gone and what's to come. ___ We really want to make these episodes relevant and helpful: if you have any questions or want any particular areas covered then contact us on Twitter @PCKBpodcast, or leave a comment on our q…
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This episode features Guy Benjamin, Co-CEO & Co-Founder of Healthee. Here, he discusses how Healthee’s AI driven App simplifies healthcare navigation, providing fast, accurate guidance on plans, providers, costs and more. He also does a deep dive in to the importance of their app being user friendly and how it helps eliminate some of the confusion …
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