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Weekly updates on new data and best practices in patient care for a variety of infectious diseases including COVID-19, HIV, and viral hepatitis, from Clinical Care Options. Gain practical strategies and earn CME/CE credit for selected episodes.
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CCOHS Podcasts

Canadian Centre for Occupational Health and Safety (CCOHS)

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CCOHS produces monthly podcasts on a wide variety of topics related to workplace health and safety. Each episode is designed to keep you current with information, tips and insights into the health, safety and well-being of working Canadians. You can download the audio segment to your computer or MP3 player and listen to it at your own convenience.!
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Weekly updates on new data, current advances, and best practices in patient care for a variety of medical specialties including NASH, diabetes, muscular dystrophy, and more from Clinical Care Options. Gain practical strategies and earn CME/CE credit for selected episodes.
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CCO Oncology Podcast

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Updates on new data and best practices in the care of patients with cancer across a wide variety of solid tumors and hematologic malignancies from Clinical Care Options. Gain practical clinical insights and strategies and earn CME/CE credit for selected episodes.
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The New CCO

Page Society

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The New CCO podcast from Page tells stories that explore the evolution of the CCO. From culture change to digital transformation to corporate purpose, we focus on the issues that matter to today's communications leaders. Page is the world’s premier membership organization for chief communications officers, PR agency CEOs and educators who seek to enrich the profession and improve corporate reputation management.
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CCO Neuroscience Podcast

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Updates on new data and best practices in patient care across a wide variety of psychiatric and neurological illnesses from Clinical Care Options. Gain a deeper understanding and practical clinical insights on topics ranging from bipolar depression to Parkinson’s disease psychosis. Select episodes available for CME/CE credit.
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radio sindical CCOO

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Este programa tiene como objetivo acercar la realidad de la acción sindical a un número cada vez mayor de personas, de manera que la ciudadanía cuente con información directa y de primera mano sobre esta actividad. Se desarrollará tanto la faceta más laboral del sindicato (información sobre conflictos, convenios, salud laboral, igualdad de oportunidades, negociación colectiva, resolución de dudas laborales,...) como su papel más sociopolítico (movilización social, relación con el tejido asoc ...
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In this episode, Gregory Huhn, MD, MPHTM, uses a case study to explore the reasons healthcare professionals and people living with HIV may want to further optimize ART in the setting of viral suppression. To determine the best outcome for this case study, Dr Huhn discusses the reasons individuals may not be satisfied with daily oral ART and examine…
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In this episode, Colin C. Pritchard, MD, PhD, a pathologist, and Heather H. Cheng, MD, PhD, a medical oncologist, discuss optimal biomarker testing to guide treatment decisions in advanced prostate cancer, with topics including: Rationale for targeting PARP in prostate cancer with ARI combinations Study design nuances and findings from key randomiz…
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In this episode, Mark S. Sulkowski, MD, FIDSA, FAASLD; Tatyana Kushner, MD, MSCE; Paul Y. Kwo, MD; and patient advocate Jacki Chen, PhD, consider barriers and solutions for more expansive HBV treatment in the United States. Topics include: Patient subgroups to consider for treatment outside guideline criteria Adverse event and cost-effectiveness co…
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In this episode, Maria Buti, MD, and her patient discuss opportunities to optimize care for people living with hepatitis B virus (HBV), including: Barriers to HBV screening, including patient- and provider-specific barriers (eg, lack of education, failure to disclose or discuss risk factors, perceived low risk, stigma) Applying CDC recommendations …
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"Mark was not one to go to the hospital. If he could duct tape or crazy glue it to fix it, he would. This was so much more than what duct tape or crazy glue could fix.” Melanie Kowalski-Fleming’s life changed forever the day her husband fell off a ladder at work. Hear her powerful story. Released: April 8, 2024 File Size: 7.5 MB Length: 13:20 minut…
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In this episode, Joseph J. Eron, Jr., MD, and Monica Gandhi, MD, MPH, discuss the key HIV studies from CROI 2024 that are influencing their clinical practice, including: New data surrounding long-acting ART, including: The CARES study of LA CAB + RPV in a Sub-Saharan African population using a public health approach The IMPAACT 2017 MOCHA study eva…
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In this episode, Mark S. Sulkowski, MD, FIDSA, FAASLD; Tatyana Kushner, MD, MSCE; Paul Y. Kwo, MD; and patient advocate Jacki Chen, PhD, consider barriers and solutions for more expansive HBV treatment in the United States. Topics include: Patient subgroups to consider for treatment outside guideline criteria Adverse event and cost-effectiveness co…
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Pour certains travailleurs, l’eau de Cologne et les crèmes à mains peuvent sentir bon, mais pour leurs collègues qui présentent une sensibilité aux parfums, elles peuvent avoir des effets désagréables pour la santé. En fait, les réactions aux parfums, comme les maux de tête, les démangeaisons oculaires et les difficultés respiratoires, sont un prob…
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While the scent of cologne or hand lotion may be pleasant to some, for co-workers with sensitivities to fragrances, they may have unpleasant health effects. In fact, reactions to scents, such as headaches, itchy eyes, and difficulty breathing, are a medical condition and recognized disability under the Canada Human Rights Act. Released: March 18, 2…
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In this podcast episode, Sara M. Tolaney, MD, MPH, and Melinda Telli, MD, delve into the critical aspects of the current therapeutic landscape for patients with unresectable or metastatic HER2-low, hormone receptor–positive, and triple-negative breast cancer, including: Challenges with the pathologic testing for HER2-low expression Optimal treatmen…
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In this episode, Arun B. Jesudian, MD, and Mazen Noureddin, MD, MHSc, discuss the expert-informed clinical pathway for the multidisciplinary care of patients with MASLD or MASH, current and emerging therapeutics, and management optimization strategies. Presenters: Arun B. Jesudian, MD Associate Professor of Clinical Medicine Division of Gastroenter…
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In this episode, Robert Wong, MD, MS, and a patient discuss opportunities to optimize care for people living with hepatitis B virus (HBV), including: Opportunities to improve patient education, including education for expectant mothers with HBV Potential cultural considerations that may result in delayed HBV diagnosis and care Stigma reduction with…
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Listen to Roger Bedimo, MD, MS, FACP, discuss considerations for older people living with HIV, including: Polypharmacy and deprescribing The risk of cardiovascular events with various ART regimens Approaches for managing weight gain Presenter: Roger Bedimo, MD, MS, FACP Professor of Medicine Interim Director, Office of Global Health UT Southwestern…
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In this episode, Dr. Bedimo discusses best practices for individualized care in transgender women living with HIV, including: Providing services in a gender-affirmative care model Proactive counseling on drug-drug interactions with gender-affirming hormone therapy Strategies to reduce adverse events Presenter: Roger Bedimo, MD, MS, FACP Professor o…
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In this episode, Renslow Sherer, MD, and Trinh P. Vu, PharmD, BCIDP, discuss how to optimize the use of COVID-19 antivirals and how to navigate drug-drug interactions between COVID-19 treatments and a patient’s home medications. Their discussion includes: Current COVID-19 landscape COVID-19 testing and vaccination recommendations Treatment guidelin…
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In this episode, Jennifer Green, MD, and Carol Hatch Wysham, MD, break down the latest headlines on incretin-based therapies and how to address these topics with patients. Their discussion includes: Beneficial effects beyond glycemic control Adverse events and how to manage them Non- or partial responders and the importance of setting expectations …
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At our 2023 Page Annual Conference, Dahabo Ahmed-Omer, CEO of Black North, joined a panel to share her experiences as a CEO and as a black, Muslim woman in Canada as well as actionable, candid advice on having tough conversations on DEI. If your organization’s DEI efforts have waned or are being impacted by the recent wave of anti-DEI sentiment, le…
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In this episode, Nancy Reau, MD, discusses new data on hepatitis B virus presented at AASLD 2023, including: Current therapies Studies 108 and 110: Factors Linked With Lack of Virologic Suppression After 8 Yr of TAF or TDF Kaiser Permanente Northern California: HCC or Death With TDF vs ETV for Chronic Hepatitis B Early vs Late Postpartum Cessation …
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Dr. Heather O’Reilly (nee Johnston) from McMaster University discusses the connection between musculoskeletal disorders and psychological factors, and what workplaces and workers can do to limit risks for injuries. Released: February 1, 2024 File Size: 10 MB Length: 17:40 minutes ------------------------- « Musculoskeletal Disorders and Mental Heal…
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In this episode, LaRon E. Nelson, PhD, RN, FNP, FNAP, FNYAM, FAAN, discusses the role that healthcare professionals (HCPs) may be playing in their patients’ pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) persistence and strategies to modify their approach to encourage persistence, from Clinical Care Options (CCO), including: Racial disparities in the PrEP care co…
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In this episode, Nancy Reau, MD, and her patient discuss opportunities to optimize care for people living with hepatitis B virus and hepatitis delta virus, including: The importance of patient education along the care continuum Ensuring smooth transitions of care and communication between medical teams Screening hepatitis delta in persons with chro…
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In this episode, David Saunders discusses the value of nonstigmatizing discussions between people using HIV pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) and healthcare professionals, including: Encouraging accountability to individualize adherence strategies and improve persistence to PrEP Reducing stigma, discrimination, and prejudice in healthcare settings to…
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In this episode, Sarah M. Wood, MD, MS, discusses data and recommendations for long-acting pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) as a strategy to support PrEP persistence and engagement for adolescents, including: The PrEP care continuum for adolescents System barriers to PrEP coverage and privacy concerns for adolescents The benefits and challenges of s…
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With all the walking, standing, and working workers do on their feet, they can be exposed to potential injury. In winter, cold weather afflictions like frostbite, chilblains, and trench foot can cause painful and sometimes serious consequences. Tune in to this CCOHS podcast to earn more about the harm that working in cold weather can cause feet, an…
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À tellement marcher, être debout et travailler sur leurs deux pieds, les travailleurs les exposent à des blessures potentielles. En hiver, les maux liés au temps froid comme les gelures, les engelures et le pied de tranchée peuvent avoir des conséquences douloureuses et parfois graves. Ne manquez pas ce balado du CCHST pour en apprendre davantage s…
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In this episode, Angela Branche, MD, discusses RSV vaccines in older adults, including: Current Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices recommendations Risk factors associated with severe RSV disease, including RSV-related hospitalizations Approach to stratifying risk factors (eg, age, comorbidities) in determining which adults may benefit fro…
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The third and final episode in a 3-part series covers the safety profile of and considerations for managing adverse events associated with HER3-targeted antibody–drug conjugates, including patritumab deruxtecan (HER3-DXd) and others, in the setting of lung cancer. Presenters in this series include: Rebecca S. Heist, MD, MPH Associate Professor of M…
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This second episode in a 3-part series on HER3-targeted agents in NSCLC covers current clinical trials with HER3-targeted therapy, including: Recent data on patritumab deruxtecan (HER3-DXd) in the HERTHENA-Lung01 trial The EGFRxHER3 bispecific antibodies BL-B01D1 and izalontamab The HER2xHER3 bispecific antibody zenocutuzumab The HER3-targeted anti…
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This first episode in a 3-part series tackles the role of HER3 in cancer, specifically in NSCLC, and how HER3 can be effectively targeted with ADCs. Presenters in this series include: Rebecca S. Heist, MD, MPH Associate Professor of Medicine Harvard Medical School Medical Oncology Massachusetts General Hospital Boston, Massachusetts Helena Yu, MD A…
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In this episode, Douglas Dieterich, MD, leads a panel discussion with Camilla S. Graham, MD, MPH, and Robert Wong, MD, MS, to consider advantages and barriers to universal screening for chronic HBV infection and universal HDV screening in adults with HBV in the United States. Topics include: Updated CDC recommendations for one-time universal screen…
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In this episode, Douglas Dieterich, MD, leads a panel discussion with Camilla S. Graham, MD, MPH, and Robert Wong, MD, MS, to consider advantages and barriers to universal screening for chronic HBV infection and universal HDV screening in adults with HBV in the United States. Topics include: Updated CDC recommendations for one-time universal screen…
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In this episode, Tavell L. Kindall, PhD, DNP, ARNP, FNP-BC, AACRN, AAHIVS, FAANP, and Anne Teitelman, PhD, FNP-BC, FANNP, FAAN, discuss key PrEP considerations for advanced practice providers in primary care settings, including: The importance of having PrEP navigators to help with logistics and be a point of contact for patients Where to find educ…
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In this podcast episode, Mark Brennan-Ing, PhD, and Nina I. Martinez discuss mental health challenges in people living with HIV and much-needed strategies to overcome these challenges to optimize engagement in HIV care, including: The increased rates of mental health disorders and substance use among people living with HIV How mental health disorde…
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In this podcast episode, Isolde Butler, MD, MPH, a healthcare professional caring for people living with HIV, and Marissa Gonzalez, an individual living with HIV, discuss strategies to improve healthcare professionals’ competencies in delivering optimal HIV care from the start to better support patients in overcoming barriers to sustained care enga…
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In this podcast episode, Babafemi Taiwo, MBBS, and Vincent Crisostomo discuss the evolving treatment landscape for aging people living with HIV, encompassing the clinical and external resources necessary to support physical and psychosocial health. The topics discussed include: • Mindful prescribing and understanding the impact an HIV diagnosis can…
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In this episode, Kevin Astle, PharmD, BCPS, BCACP, AAHIVP, CDCES, discusses data and recommendations for providing HIV prevention options as a strategy to support PrEP persistence and engagement, including: Postexposure prophylaxis (PEP) recommendations and the data for PEP-in-Pocket Offering PrEP to everyone who receives PEP Currently recommended …
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During the 2023 American Association for the Study of Liver Diseases conference, exciting and important results from many primary biliary cholangitis (PBC) clinical trials were reported, including 3 late-breaking studies on the PPAR-δ agonist seladelpar, the dual PPAR agonist elafibranor, and the combination of the FXR agonist obeticholic acid and …
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In this episode, Dr Tavell Kindall and Jona Tanguay discuss actionable strategies for advanced practice providers to increase the frequency at which PrEP is offered and initiated in primary care settings. Topics covered include: Available training resources on how to offer PrEP in primary care Affordable, accessible PrEP options, including patient …
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In this third of 3 episodes, global HIV experts and advocates discuss the current status of HIV cure research, including key concepts to understand and communicate when counselling patients, colleagues, and the broader community on HIV cure: Latest understanding of the viral reservoir New insights and questions on the best timing for cure intervent…
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In this podcast, Julie Ann Justo, PharmD, MS, FIDSA, BCPS, discusses treatment of carbapenem-resistant Enterobacterales (CRE) infections, including: Burden of CRE infections in the United States Mechanisms of resistance Changing epidemiology Use of rapid diagnostic tests IDSA guidance recommendations, including supporting data Approach to designing…
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During the 2023 American Association of the Study of Liver Diseases (AASLD) conference, exciting and important results from many primary biliary cholangitis (PBC) clinical trials were reported, including 3 late-breaking studies on the PPAR-delta agonist seladelpar, the dual PPAR agonist elafibranor, and the combination of the FXR agonist obeticholi…
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In this episode, Errol L. Fields, MD, PhD, MPH, and Armonté Butler, MPH, a pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) advocate, discuss strategies for overcoming barriers to uptake of PrEP for HIV in adolescents and young adults, based on the unique needs of this patient population. Topics covered include: Methods for building trust between patients and provi…
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During the 2023 American Association of the Study of Liver Diseases (AASLD) conference, exciting and important results from many primary biliary cholangitis (PBC) clinical trials were reported, including 3 late-breaking studies on the PPAR-delta agonist seladelpar, the dual PPAR agonist elafibranor, and the combination of the FXR agonist obeticholi…
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In this episode, Martin Rios discusses how pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) persistence depends on healthcare professional knowledge, including: Their own experiences with the various PrEP providers they have seen The relief that has come with seeing PrEP providers who are supportive and knowledgeable about the different PrEP options The challenges …
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In this episode, Meredith Clement, MD, and Whitney C. Irie, MSW, PhD, discuss key considerations for pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) uptake in cisgender women, including: How to incorporate conversations on PrEP during a short clinic visit Helpful resources about PrEP to share with patients Leveraging clinic staff to improve PrEP uptake and persist…
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In this episode, Brian Slomovitz, MD, MS, FACOG, and Keiichi Fujiwara, MD, PhD, share their thoughts and opinions on seminal data presented at the 2023 IGCS annual meeting for endometrial, ovarian, and cervical cancers, including: Phase III NRG GY018 trial of carboplatin and paclitaxel with or without pembrolizumab followed by pembrolizumab or plac…
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In this episode, Helen Y. Chu, MD, MPH, shares updates on RSV seasonality, including: Surveillance limitations due to the testing availability in adults Current 2023/2024 season trends, including predictions for other respiratory viruses (eg, influenza, SARS-CoV-2) Considerations for RSV administration RSV vaccine coadministration with influenza an…
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In this episode, Rick Zimmerman, MD, MPH, FAAFP, discusses RSV vaccines in older adults, including: Breakthroughs in RSV vaccine development RSV vaccine snapshot in older adults FDA-approved RSV vaccines for older adults CDC evidence to recommendations framework for vaccines RSV burden in older populations Benefits and harms of RSV vaccination RSV …
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