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Four healthily skeptical primary care physicians discuss the latest in primary care medicine. Join Essential Evidence Editor Mark Ebell MD, JFP editor John Hickner MD, Rush University's Kate Rowland MD, and POEMs co-founder Henry Barry MD, for this fast-paced weekly update on evidence-based primary care.
 
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.
 
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.
 
Hi I’m Ross Tanick, fourth-year osteopathic medical student at Rocky Vista University in Colorado. This podcast features interviews and stories with primary care 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 ...
 
In this podcast we look at the changes in primary care in British Columbia during the COVID-19 pandemic. We talk about ways primary care clinics can and are adapting in this crisis. Each episode we tackle 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. Brought to you by the University of British Columbia's Primary Care Innovation Support Uni ...
 
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.
 
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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IN THIS EPISODE Munir Adam conducts brief interviews with a variety of frontline clinical staff working in Primary Care. The purpose is to provide a flavour of the types of roles that exist, and to understand what it is like doing that role. This will take us a step closer to creating a community where we understand each other better. SPECIAL THANK…
 
Integrative medicine time! Psychedelic ayahuasca experiences in Peru, chanting with monks in Tibet, performing sound therapy and ketamine therapy in Colorado, working for Kaiser, being Chief Resident and then faculty for a FM residency program, starting a solo practice, and thoughts about the modern American healthcare system. This is an interestin…
 
play_arrow ICU Primary – Bedside preparation – An Elderly patient Dr Swapnil Pawar In this episode, we discuss the physiology and pharmacology relevant to an elderly patient admitted to the intensive care unit. The post ICU Primary – Bedside preparation – An Elderly patient first appeared on Critical Care Education.…
 
In this episode Ron chats with Robert Palmer, CEO at PotentiaMetrics. Here, Robert discusses what inspired him to start PotentiaMetrics, and how his firm works by providing trusted and actionable healthcare insights that uncover what works, for whom, under what circumstances, and with what tradeoffs, including economic costs. He also talks about th…
 
The AAP recommends that infants get 400 IUs of vitamin D per day; fewer than 40% meet this guideline. Erica Schwab, RD, LDN, a clinical dietitian who supports the Division of Gastroenterology, Hepatology and Nutrition at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, discusses: why most babies, whether breast- or formula-fed, need vitamin D supplementation; …
 
This is our wrap up episode - or rather our TeamUP episode. We have decided, in the spirit of resilience, sustainability, and doing good work, to merge our two podcasts over at TeamUP - the content was going to be so similar this season that it made sense to take this opportunity This season of TeamUP focus on practical tools in primary care to sup…
 
This is another episode in the series looking at all of the different roles that exist within primary care. Lisa and Sara speak to Heidi West who is a nursing associate as well as an apprenticeship facilitator for nursing associates, and Marina Khan who is a trainee nursing associate. They discuss what a nursing associate is and how they differ fro…
 
THIS EPISODE: In this introductory episode Munir Adam explains what the podcast Primary Care NEL is about, who it is aimed towards, and introduces the overarching Training Hub leads. He explains that the material covered can be broadly divided into: Clinical topics and updates Things happening in NEL that may be of interest Building a community: Ge…
 
In this episode Ron chats with John Canion, a NP practicing Emergency Medicine in Texas. Here, John discusses the current state of Nurse Practitioners in the US, how the growth in the field has not had enough quality control, and the disconnect between the academic community & clinical practice. He also dives into the gaps of training and in wide v…
 
Anxiety disorders collectively are the third most common psychiatric condition in children. Katrina Fletcher, MD, psychiatrist, and Jason Lewis, PhD, psychologist, Department of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, review: tools to screen and assess anxiety disorders; other diagnoses to consi…
 
Episode Written by : Kyla Freeman, Rural Family Medicine PGY2 Episode Reviewed by : Virginia Clark, FP practicing rural and urban obstetrics Hosts : Kyla Freeman (FM-PGY2), Patricia Massel (FM-PGY2), Caitlin Blewett (MS4) Episode Art : Aikansha Chawla In today's episode we explore weight, diet, and exercise. We review the complications of BMIs outs…
 
In this episode Ron chats with Andy Schoonover, Founder & CEO of CrowdHealth. Here, he discusses what inspired him to start CrowdHealth, a new way to pay for healthcare with no premiums, no copays, no deductibles. Just one monthly total to get you access to everything they offer their community. The community is paid for by month contributions to t…
 
This week family physicians Kate, John, Henry and Mark discuss best practices for vaccine uptake, fluvoxamine for outpatients with COVID, Paxlovid for outpatients with COVID, and the benefits and harms of lowering BP in older persons.
 
Joining doctors Lisa and Sara on today’s episode are GP and Perinatal Mental Health Champion Dr Carrie Ladd and Perinatal Psychiatrist Dr Sarah Jones. We discuss types of mental illness that can be experienced in the perinatal period and the challenges in primary care when helping patients and families. We cover tips for addressing these challenges…
 
Chronic kidney disease can feel overwhelming and is often managed in primary care, especially in the early stages. In this conversation, Neda discusses what the PCP needs to know about CKD with expert nephrologist, Dr. Manish Suneja. Manish Suneja, MD • Neda Frayha, MD
 
Chronic kidney disease can feel overwhelming and is often managed in primary care, especially in the early stages. In this conversation, Neda discusses what the PCP needs to know about CKD with expert nephrologist, Dr. Manish Suneja. Manish Suneja, MD • Neda Frayha, MD
 
Afro-ethnic hair is different from Caucasian and Asian hair, and is prone to certain diseases that make it more susceptible to damage. Therefore it’s important to gain an understanding of scalp dermatoses of patients of African descent. Listen in as Jay-Sheree and dermatologist extraordinaire Dr … Jay-Sheree Allen, MD • Jenna Lester, MD…
 
Afro-ethnic hair is different from Caucasian and Asian hair, and is prone to certain diseases that make it more susceptible to damage. Therefore it’s important to gain an understanding of scalp dermatoses of patients of African descent. Listen in as Jay-Sheree and dermatologist extraordinaire Dr … Jay-Sheree Allen, MD • Jenna Lester, MD…
 
Caregiving can be rewarding but also stressful and challenging. Primary care clinicians have a responsibility to assess the wellbeing of caregivers as well as provide support and resources when possible. Neda interviews geriatrician Dr. Evgenia Litrivis about caring for the caregiver and assessing … Evgenia Litrivis, MD • Neda Frayha, MD…
 
Caregiving can be rewarding but also stressful and challenging. Primary care clinicians have a responsibility to assess the wellbeing of caregivers as well as provide support and resources when possible. Neda interviews geriatrician Dr. Evgenia Litrivis about caring for the caregiver and assessing … Evgenia Litrivis, MD • Neda Frayha, MD…
 
Recent data suggests social media venues have surpassed email as the preferred method of communication. Young adults and teens are particularly susceptible to the dark sides of internet communication. Paul and Dr. Kelly Sinclair dive into the dangers of internet use and tools for our adolescent … Kelly Sinclair, MD • Paul Simmons, MD…
 
Recent data suggests social media venues have surpassed email as the preferred method of communication. Young adults and teens are particularly susceptible to the dark sides of internet communication. Paul and Dr. Kelly Sinclair dive into the dangers of internet use and tools for our adolescent … Kelly Sinclair, MD • Paul Simmons, MD…
 
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