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Talking Rheumatology Spotlight

British Society for Rheumatology

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Explore rheumatological conditions with the clinical experts. This monthly podcast covers everything from disease presentation to diagnosis, treatment and management. Some months, real cases are used to bring the discussion to life.
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MedEdTalks - Rheumatology

Leonard Calabrese, MD

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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
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Informative podcast this week with Dr. Alexander Oldroyd, the first author of the recently published "International Guideline for Idiopathic Inflammatory Myopathy-Associated Cancer Screening." The article itself appeared in Nature Reviews Rheumatology and provides what I think is a very useful framework for approaching this issue. Article: https://…
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Join Professor Peter Nash from the Griffith University in Brisbane, as well as Professors Andrew Cope, Professor of Rheumatology and Head of the Centre for Rheumatic Diseases at Kings College London, Professor Paul Emery, Clinical Professor and Director of the Leeds Biomedical Research Centre, and Professor John Isaacs, Professor of clinical immuno…
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Join Professor Peter Nash from the Griffith University in Brisbane, and Dr Kehinde Sunmboye, a consultant rheumatologist at the University Hospitals of Leicester NHS Trust, in this episode of the Author Interview series. Dr Sunmboye discusses his recent paper 'Cardiovascular safety of Janus Kinase inhibitor therapy in a multi-ethnic population' wit…
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Quick methodology episode this week discussing the concept of "fragility" in randomized controlled trials of lupus. Really enjoyed discussing this paper and was grateful to have been a part of it. Get the text here: https://lupus.bmj.com/content/lupusscimed/11/1/e001068.full.pdfMichael Putman
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Join Professor Iain McInnes for the first episode on The Immune-Mediated Inflammatory Disease Forum, where he discusses the latest information and data in rheumatology.In this episode, he discusses two papers that aimed to advise on treatment of rheumatic diseases in a real-world setting. In our first paper, Emma Dures and her colleagues compiled t…
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Join us for the latest axSpA podcast brought to you by the Immune-mediated Inflammatory Disease forum! This month Dr Sofia Ramiro is joined by Professors Hideto Kameda and Xenofon Baraliakos to discuss the long-term impact of secukinumab treatment on bone-related outcomes and BTMs in r-AxSpA patients over two years. Our faculty then move on to disc…
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Today I'm taking another twitter discussion into the podcast realm! Dr. Bhaskar Dasgupta has published hundreds of papers about polymyalgia rheumatica and giant cell arteritis, including a recent publication in Nature Reviews: Rheumatology that piqued my interest (https://www.nature.com/articles/s41584-023-00976-8). In this podcast we discuss scree…
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Join Professor Peter Nash from the Griffith University in Brisbane, and Professor Andrea Rubbert-Roth, a doctor of rheumatology and internal medicine at the Kantonsspital St Gallen in Switzerland, as they discuss her recent paper 'Malignancy in the Upadacitinib Clinical Trials for Rheumatoid Arthritis, Psoriatic Arthritis, Ankylosing Spondylitis, a…
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Join Professors Peter Nash, Philip Mease, Frank Behrens, and Laura Coates as they discuss the top publications in the world of PsA. They discuss two highly relevant topics in the field, namely the effect of sex on the long-term persistence of targeted therapies, as well as the impact of secukinumab on synovitis and enthesitis.…
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Professor Doron Rimar joins Dr Cristiana Sieiro Santos to discuss their article, which retrospectively compares the outcomes of SSc patients who underwent AHSCT to patients who met the eligibility criteria for AHSCT but received upfront combination therapy with MMF and rituximab. Listen now to hear the findings and what this means for future clinic…
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Interesting topic and interesting paper this year, including discussion of observational biases, positive and negative controls, and interpreting data as it comes. Paper: https://jamanetwork.com/journals/jamanetworkopen/fullarticle/2810259Michael Putman
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In this important Talking Rheumatology Spotlight pod we will be talking about health disparities in our Rheumatology services and how we can help tackle them at both an individual and organisational level. Prepare to be inspired. To access the free training click here (120 mins) and the published article here.…
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What is the leaky pipeline and how do we address it? Prof Christina Duftner (University of Innsbruck) and Prof Isabella Grabner (Vienna University of Economics and Business) join Dr Latika Gupta to discuss the diminishing proportion of women in higher ranking and leadership roles within rheumatology. Want to read more? Here's your further reading l…
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In this podcast, clinical experts discuss key findings presented during the past year on evidence-based tools for detection and assessment of uncontrolled gout.
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Join us for the latest axSpA podcast brought to you by the CSF! This month Dr Sofia Ramiro, consultant rheumatologist and senior researcher at Leiden University Medical Centre and Zuyderland Medical Centre, is joined once again by experts with a wealth of clinical knowledge. Joining her is Hideto Kameda, Professor of Internal Medicine at Toho Unive…
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Join Professor Iain McInnes in this month's CSF Podcast, where he discusses the latest information and data in rheumatology.In this episode, he discusses two papers that compare the efficacy and safety of JAK inhibitors as RA therapies. In our first paper, Shinya Hayashi and his colleagues carried out a retrospective study to compare the efficacy o…
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Join Philip Mease, Professor at the University of Washington School of Medicine and Director of Rheumatology Research at the Swedish Medical Centre in Seattle, USA, and Laura Coates, an Associate Professor, NIHR clinician scientist and senior clinical research fellow at the Oxford Psoriatic Arthritis Centre, as they discuss two important topics fro…
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We're delighted to announce Prof Ernest Choy (University of Cardiff) as the incoming Editor-in-Chief of Rheumatology. In this episode, recorded at ACR23, Ernest tells us about his plans for the journal and the type of research he's keen to see. Ernest will take the reins from Dr Marwan Bukhari (Royal Lancaster Infirmary), who finishes his highly pr…
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Important trial on the podcast this week! I take a deep dive into the recently published SAPHYR study, which evaluated the use of the IL6 inhibitor sarilumab for patients with PMR. A few aggravating quibbles but overall a very useful trial and an important step forward for patients with PMR. Article: https://www.nejm.org/doi/full/10.1056/NEJMoa2303…
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In this episode, Will Gregory talks to Dr Gordon Hendry about all things feet. Essential listening for all of the MDT, this podcast covers everything from the importance of examining feet to the use of ultrasound and the RADAI-F5.British Society for Rheumatology
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Join Doctor Sofia Ramiro as she is joined by Professors Atul Deodhar and Xenofon Baraliakos to discuss the latest top clinical research in the world of axSpA. In the first paper discussed, the authors evaluated the efficacy and safety of tofacitinib in bDMARD-naïve and TNF-IR AS patients. The second paper presents the results of two parallel clinic…
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Join Peter Nash, Professor at the School of Medicine, Griffith University, and Director of the Rheumatology Research Unit on the Sunshine Coast, Australia, Philip Mease, Professor at the University of Washington School of Medicine, and Director of Rheumatology Research at the Swedish Medical Centre in Seattle, USA, as well as Laura Coates, an Assoc…
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What happens when children and young people with JIA stop biologic therapies for remission? Dr Lianne Kearsley-Fleet and Dr Coziana Ciurtin join Dr Herman Tam to discuss their analysis of the UK JIA Biologics Register. Lianne is an epidemiologist and lead analyst of the UK JIA Biologics Register, based at the University of Manchester. Coziana is a …
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Join Professor Iain McInnes in this month's CSF Podcast, where he discusses the latest information and data in rheumatology.In this episode, he discusses two papers that look at the incidence of disease. The first paper, the GBD 2021 Other Musculoskeletal Disorders Collaborators systematically analysed the global burden of musculoskeletal disorders…
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In this careers pod Dr Diarmuid McLaughlin talks to Dr Sharmila Jandial about training pathways for paediatric rheumatology including tips on finding out more about a career in Rheumatology, training pathways, subspecialty training and where it all can lead. Recommended for anyone thinking of getting involved.…
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Join Peter Nash, Professor at the School of Medicine, Griffith University, and Director of the Rheumatology Research Unit on the Sunshine Coast, Australia and Laura Coates, an Associate Professor, NIHR clinician scientist and senior clinical research fellow at the Oxford Psoriatic Arthritis Centre, discussing two intriguing aspects of the contempor…
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In this pod aimed at medical students medical student Edward Mbasoor talks to Associate Professor Ai Lyn Tan about a career in Rheumatology covering all things from; what Rheumatology is, reasons for choosing Rheumatology, career paths and how to find out more about the specialty. A must listen for anyone considering Rheumatology as a career.…
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Professor Hideto Kameda, Professor of Internal Medicine at Toho University in Japan, is joined by Professor Xenofon Baraliakos, Professor of Internal Medicine and Rheumatology at the Ruhr-University in Bochum, and a senior consultant and scientific coordinator of the rheumatology centre Rheumazentrum Ruhrgebiet in Herne, Germany, Dr Sofia Ramiro, c…
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Join Professor Peter Nash from the Griffith University in Brisbane, and Dr. David Martin, executive medical director at Pfizer in Massachusetts, USA as they discuss his recent paper 'Biomarkers to predict risk of venous thromboembolism in patients with rheumatoid arthritis receiving tofacitinib or tumour necrosis factor inhibitors'Detailed summary …
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Dr Andrew Östör joins Dr Marwan Bukhari to discuss their article, chosen as the June Editor's Choice article, which evaluates the 52-week efficacy and safety of risankizumab 150 mg in patients with active PsA who had previous inadequate response/intolerance to one or two biologic therapies (Bio-IR) or one or more conventional synthetic DMARDs (csDM…
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This week I took a twitter disagreement from the impersonal world of twitter to the podcast world of a back and forth conversation. Really enjoyed talking to Dr. Len Calabrese about monoclonal antibodies, FDA regulatory pathways, and life in general.Michael Putman
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Join Professor Iain McInnes in this month's CSF Podcast, where he discusses the latest information and data in rheumatology. In this episode, he discusses two papers that look at the epidemiology of autoimmune diseases. The first paper, the GBD 2021 Rheumatoid Arthritis Collaborators systematically reviewed the global RA burden, and used these data…
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Anika Hoque joins Dr Michael Backhouse to discuss their recent article, which examines the construct validity of the RA foot disease activity index in relationship to musculoskeletal ultrasonography and clinical examination. Listen now to hear the findings, and what this means for future clinical practice and the impact on RA patients at risk for p…
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Excited to share an editorial that I wrote along with Cody Bruggemeyer and Desh Nepal, two trainees with me at the Medical College of Wisconsin. We discussed what I believe to be a pervasive (but seldom discussed) issue in rheumatology RCTs: unblinding. I suspect many of our studies suffer from this. Have a listen!…
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Join Professor Peter Nash from the Griffith University in Brisbane and Dr. Andreas Kerschbaumer of the Division of Rheumatology, Department of Internal Medicine, Medical University of Vienna, Austria, as they discuss an important presentation from this year’s EULAR congress. ‘EULAR Recommendations for the Management of Psoriatic Arthritis: 2023 Upd…
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In this episode our guests discuss the National Early Inflammatory Arthritis Audit (NEIAA) year five state of the nation report. Our host, Sarah Gallagher (Project Manager, NEIAA) poses questions to both Dr Liz Price (Clinical Lead, NEIAA) and Professor James Galloway (Lead Methodologist, NEIAA) to explore the report's key findings and the importan…
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Can patients with rheumatoid arthritis examine their own joints? Dr David Liew talks to Dr Charlotte Sharp and Karen Staniland about their work to create a video teaching patients how to self-examine tender and swollen joints. Charlotte is now a consultant rheumatologist based in Manchester and has an interest in applied health research. Karen is t…
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Professor Peter Nash from the Griffith University in Brisbane, is joined by Professor Martin Bergman, a Clinical Associate Professor of Medicine at the Drexel University College of Medicine in Philadelphia, to discuss his recent paper ‘One-Year Medication Adherence and Persistence in Rheumatoid Arthritis in Clinical Practice: A Retrospective Analys…
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Peter Nash, Professor at the School of Medicine, Griffith University, and Director of the Rheumatology Research Unit on the Sunshine Coast, Australia, is joined by Laura Coates, an Associate Professor, NIHR clinician scientist and senior clinical research fellow at the Oxford Psoriatic Arthritis Centre as well as Doctor Frank Behrens, Medical direc…
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How can we best diagnose septic arthritis in the acute care setting? Dr Pallavi Shamdasani joins Prof Rene Westhovens to discuss the utility of synovial aspiration and intra-operative synovial fluid and tissue culture for the accurate diagnosis of septic arthritis. Dr Shamdasani is a dual trained rheumatologist and obstetric medicine physician base…
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This podcast covers everything you need to know about biologics, from choosing to screening, vaccinations and tapering. With thanks to our host, Dr Mariam Malik, and guest, Dr Chris Holroyd, an expert in this area and author of the BSR guideline.British Society for Rheumatology
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