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A uniquely Australian Podcast run in a relaxed fashion with the aim of reviewing varied medical conditions, diagnosis and treatment options by interviewing specialists in the medical community. Designed for Medical students, Medical Practitioners and the General Public with an interest in medical conditions. Hosted by Dr Gavin Nimon - Orthopaedic Surgeon who enjoys being involved in medical education in Adelaide. Designed for those interested in medicine and related disorders.
 
I am an Internal Medicine Program Director putting together educational content for resident and medical students, and faculty development for our faculty. My focus is on Medication Education Content Blast, PCMH Office hours, Story Slams, and faculty development.
 
We want your updates on today's scientific research directly from the source: straight from the scientist working hard to make new discoveries about our world. We’re here to help you learn the what, the why, and the how of the research we produce every day. Informal interviews probe deep into how science is done, and why the how matters when it's time to interpret the results. Roundtable discussions introduce you to hot new fields of study or investigate the darker sides of science. To keep ...
 
Medical Cannabis Education is a podcast that is dedicated to helping you learn about cannabis, and how to use it responsibly. We dispel myths, talk about cannabinoids and terpenes, as well as covering introductory information for people new to cannabis. Our audio clips are short and to the point, allowing you to gain knowledge without wasting time. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/harmony-tarrant/support
 
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This episode is about neural networks on noradrenaline- the key neuromodulator known to flip almost every switch in the brain! Drs. Esteban Oryarzabal and Connor Wander break down how noradrenaline, or norepinephrine help regulate brain states useful for attention and task-switching. The studies here cover a whole new way to interpret brain imaging…
 
In this episode, Dr Gavin Nimon discusses the assessment of an ex marathon runner with groin pain with Associate Professor Peter Smitham. They discuss what could be expected from a medical student sitting an OSCE Exam, and how to approach such a case in an outpatient setting.על ידי Dr Gavin Nimon
 
Sheehan and Wilkinson focus on how learning is shaped by the physical environment, the interactions and behaviours of other health professionals, the systems in place to guide care, and culture to challenge beliefs about who 'holds' knowledge. Read the accompanying article to this podcast: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/full/10.1111/medu.14630…
 
In this medical education podcast, NTRK CONNECT members Assoc. Prof. Caterina Marchiò (University of Turin, Italy) and Prof. Christian Rolfo (Center of Thoracic Oncology Tisch Cancer Institute Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, New York, USA) provide pathologist and medical oncologist perspectives about the detection and treatment of TRK fusi…
 
The authors share a vision for addressing bias and inequities in medical education by embracing the intersection of multiple social identities. Read the accompanying article to this podcast: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/medu.14602על ידי Medical Education
 
Meredith Vanstone and Lawrence Grierson reflect on the concepts social power and hierarchy for medical education, highlighting the fluidity, multiplicity, and bi-directional nature of hierarchy. Read the accompanying article to this podcast: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/medu.14659על ידי Medical Education
 
The author explores how physician wellness concepts have changed over time, factors affecting physician well-being, interventions, and the application of quality improvement methods to guide future directions. Read the accompanying article to this podcast: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/medu.14671…
 
The authors explore the concept of situation by reflecting the importance of shifting evaluation from focusing on outcome measurement to investigation of contributing factors. Read the accompanying article to this podcast: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/full/10.1111/medu.14654על ידי Medical Education
 
The authors present five narrative analytic lenses for researchers in health professions education, highlighting both the promise and partiality of narrative analysis. Read the accompanying article to this podcast: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/full/10.1111/medu.14597על ידי Medical Education
 
Gender bias was explored in resident evaluations from attendings by analyzing thousands of written evaluations over six years; none was found #NLP #MedEd #medtwitter. Read the accompanying article to this podcast: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/full/10.1111/medu.14593על ידי Medical Education
 
In this medical education podcast episode, Prof. Peter Galle and Prof. Amit Singal discuss the use of VEGFR-TKIs in the treatment of advanced or unresectable HCC and explain the immunomodulation rationale to combine it with immune checkpoint inhibitor. Combination approach has been validated recently with the atezolizumab+bevacizumab combination be…
 
This study sheds new light on the identities experienced nurses construct in their narratives of interactions with trainee doctors, thus facilitating learning in practice about key tenets of medical competence. Read the accompanying article to this podcast: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/medu.14575…
 
The authors describe how a multi-pronged, antiracist approach improved the diversity of the students that matriculated to their medical school. Read the accompanying article to this podcast: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/medu.14589על ידי Medical Education
 
Prof. Thomas Powles, a Medical Oncologist from Barts Cancer Centre in the UK and Prof. Georg Hutterer, a Urologist from the Medical University of Graz, Austria, discuss the role of VEGFR-TKIs in the treatment of advanced renal cell carcinoma (RCC) alone or in combination with immunotherapy. In this podcast, by COR2ED Medical Education, the two expe…
 
Today we go over what nano emulsions are, what this means for cannabis, and going over a nano-technology edible I have recently tried to explain it's effects and what it is about. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/harmony-tarrant/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/harmony-tarrant/support…
 
Two sides of the coin: With this systematic review, the authors synthesize evidence demonstrating how #SoMe can improve outcomes despite ongoing questions about professionalism. Read the accompanying article to this podcast: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/medu.14567על ידי Medical Education
 
Noting the lack of clarity in medical education about how to approach politically charged topics with learners, the authors provide a framework to facilitate conversation and make the range of approaches more visible. Read the accompanying article to this podcast here: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/medu.14570…
 
While pre-clerkship placements in Family Medicine were found to be associated with career choice, the effect appears stronger for immersive, full-time placements lasting 4-11 weeks, and for students with prior interest in FM. Read the accompanying article to this podcast: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/medu.14578…
 
Trigger warnings are demonstrated to have supported students' professional development by signalling the need to recognise emotional responses and manage wellbeing. Read the accompanying article to this podcast: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/medu.14576על ידי Medical Education
 
Article discussed in today's episode: Flattening the Curve: Minimizing the Impact of COVID-19 on a Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine Fellowship Training Programעל ידי American Thoracic Society
 
In this podcast series, Dr. Jenny Seligmann (University of Leeds, UK), Dr. Autumn McRee (University of North Carolina, USA) and Dr. Dominik Modest (Charité University of Medicine, Germany) discuss the different therapeutic options available in colorectal and gastric cancer. In this third episode, the experts turn their focus to earlier stage diseas…
 
In this podcast series, Dr. Jenny Seligmann (University of Leeds, UK), Dr. Autumn McRee (University of North Carolina, USA) and Dr. Dominik Modest (Charité University of Medicine, Germany) discuss the different therapeutic options available in colorectal and gastric cancer. This second episode focuses on recent developments in immunotherapy approac…
 
In this podcast series, Dr. Jenny Seligmann (University of Leeds, UK), Dr. Autumn McRee (University of North Carolina, USA) and Dr. Dominik Modest (Charité University of Medicine, Germany) discuss the different therapeutic options available in colorectal and gastric cancer. In this first episode the experts discuss novel targeted approaches in meta…
 
In this medical education podcast series, myeloma experts Dr. Karthik Ramasamy (Haematologist and Associate Professor of Haematology at the Oxford University Hospitals in London, UK) and Dr. Joshua Richter (Assistant Professor of Medicine and Director of Myeloma at the Tisch Cancer Institute at the Icahn School of Medicine and the Blavatnik Family …
 
The use of VEGFR-TKIs monotherapy in the treatment of unresectable or advanced HCC in 1L setting: Who can benefit and guidance on implementation of dosing-strategies and pre-habilitation of patients for the prediction of efficacy and toxicities in clinical practice Prof. Josep Llovet and Prof. Stephen L. Chan discuss a very interesting topic about …
 
Lee et al. suggest a systematic conceptualization of the medical pause, focusing on its importance, processes, and implementation in training programs. Read the accompanying article to this audio paper: The medical pause: Importance, processes and training.על ידי Medical Education
 
Overlap between personal and professional relationships are a rural norm to which students are exposed during rural placements. The authors share strategies used by physiotherapists to navigate conflicting ethical principles in such relationships. Read the accompanying article to this audio paper: Urban ideals and rural realities: Physiotherapists …
 
In this medical education podcast series, myeloma experts Dr. Joshua Richter (Assistant Professor of Medicine and Director of Myeloma at the Tisch Cancer Institute at the Icahn School of Medicine and the Blavatnik Family Chelsea Medical Center at Mount Sinai in New York, USA) and Dr. Karthik Ramasamy (Haematologist and Associate Professor of Haemat…
 
We have partnered with international experts to provide rare bone disease highlights from ASBMR 2021. This is the final episode in a series of four podcasts, in this episode Dr Eekhoff and Dr Rush discuss their rare bone disease highlights from the meeting.על ידי COR2ED
 
We have partnered with international experts to provide rare bone diseases highlights from ASBMR 2021. This is the third episode in a series of four podcasts. In this episode Charlene Waldman (RBD Alliance) and Inês Alves (European Rare Bone Forum) discuss their highlights.על ידי COR2ED
 
Fessehaie et al. reveal that drivers of student emigration differ across institutions, suggesting that efforts to retain physicians must be tailored to country and institution-specific contexts. Read the accompanying article to this podcast: Comparing the drivers of medical student emigration intention across two African nations.…
 
In this study, the authors explore how physician-educator identity developed in one community of practice (a graduate program in medical education) expands to interactions with other communities to form a landscape of practice. Read the accompanying article to this podcast: Navigating landscapes of practice: A longitudinal qualitative study of phys…
 
Professor Matthias Pinter, medical hepatologist from the medical University of Vienna in Austria shares some insights from key abstracts and topics discussed at ILCA 2021 and ESMO 2021 in hepatocellular carcinoma. One main topic included discussions about treatment options in first-line systemic therapy and managing patients who still may need to r…
 
The authors present a model for the remediation of practising doctors based on an extensive realist review of the literature. Read the accompanying article to this audio paper: Optimising the delivery of remediation programmes for doctors: A realist review.על ידי Medical Education
 
In this three-year, multi-method, study the authors uncover six key challenges (along with plausible solutions) that competence committees grapple with as they move from concept to implementation. Read the accompanying article to this audio paper: Competence committees: The steep climb from concept to implementation.…
 
In this podcast, NTRK CONNECT members Prof Frédérique Penault-Llorca (University of Clermont-Ferrand, France) and Prof Andrea Sartore-Bianchi (Niguarda Cancer Centre, Milan, Italy) provide both a pathologist and medical oncologist perspective about the detection and treatment of TRK fusion-positive GI cancers, with a particular focus on colorectal …
 
In this podcast, Veerle Lamotte, an oncology nurse practitioner at Antwerp University Hospital and Paola Belardi, nurse chief at San Donato Hospital in Arezzo, Italy discuss the role of the nurse in the management of adverse events in patients receiving VEGFR-TKI treatment. Their discussion focuses specifically on patients with hepatocellular cance…
 
Dr. Jaume Capdevila, a Medical Oncologist at Vall d’Hebron University Hospital in Barcelona, Spain, and Dr. Rachel van Leeuwaarde, an Endocrinologist from the University Medical Center of Utrecht in The Netherlands discuss the use of multi-kinase inhibitors (MKIs), in particular VEGFR-TKIs in patients with radioactive iodine refractory differentiat…
 
Effectively utilising judgement in assessment requires understanding what is deemed ‘fair’. Here the authors demonstrate the multifaceted nature of this construct along with its complexity and contextual nature. Read the accompanying article to this podcast: Making it fair: Learners’ and assessors’ perspectives of the attributes of fair judgement.…
 
This scoping review outlines the motivations underlying why Entrustable Professional Activities are rapidly gaining popularity and acceptance in entry-level medicine, nursing, pharmacy and allied health. Read the accompanying article to this podcast: Entrustable professional activities in entry-level health professional education: A scoping review.…
 
The authors explore what is known about identity development within Longitudinal Integrated Clerkships, suggesting they manifest their benefits and influence identity through continuity, relationships and responsibility. Read the accompanying article to this audio paper: Professional identity formation within longitudinal integrated clerkships: A s…
 
Broks et al show that increased Year-1 performance standards improve Year-1 completion rates, but not Bachelor completion rates. An intersectional approach, however, reveals differential effects for subgroups of students. Read the accompanying article to this audio paper: Effects of raising the bar on medical student study progress: An intersection…
 
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