Oli Flower talks to Mark Newcomb and Lee Fineberg about the upcoming Developing EM conference in Cartagena, Colombia. March 9-11, 2020. All the details are here:
In episode 437, Mike and James invite Joey Ton to help us work through all the evidence around Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP) injections for The best evidence for Achilles tendinopathy, la
Dr. Karthik Sivashanker is the medical director of quality, safety, and equity at Brigham and Women’s Hospital. Stephen Morrissey, the interviewer, is the Executive Managing Editor of the Journal. K.
Welcome to the festive talk evidence, giving you a little EBM to take you into the new year. As always Duncan Jarvies is joined by Helen Macdonald (resting GP and editor at The BMJ) and Carl Heneghan
The wait time for a kidney transplant from a deceased donor is many years. Dr. Brian Lee, Medical Director of the Living Kidney Donor Program at UCSF, discusses the risks and benefits of live donor ki
Today I talk with Raj from MCAT Bros, a popular Instagram account offering guidance to premeds. We discuss MCAT books, study schedules, mindset, and more!
Featuring articles on the meningococcal group B vaccine, elagolix for bleeding, and teprotumumab for thyroid eye disease; a review article on treating hypertension in COPD; a case r
In this podcast, 4th-year medical student Mandy Litt from the University of Saskatchewan discusses Postpartum Hemorrhage. After listening to this podcast, you should be able to: • Describe the risk fa
Episode Description Dr. Andrew Olsen presents a clinical unknown case to Reza & Rabih at DEM, with an introduction by Dr. Gurpreet Dhaliwal. Download CPSolvers App here Schema #1 Schema #2 Patreon
Our first vector-borne disease episode of season 3 and our first mosquito-borne pathogen in quite some time, dengue virus proves itself to be more than a worthy topic (and quite a formidable adversary
In a British cohort, 30% of patients who had survived childhood cancer had died within 45 years of diagnosis; only 6% were expected to have died. 51% had developed a new primary cancer, but a 26% died
Editor's Summary by Howard Bauchner, MD, Editor in Chief of JAMA, the Journal of the American Medical Association, for the January 21, 2020 issue
In this podcast, 4th-year medical student Mandy Litt from the University of Saskatchewan will review maternal physiology. After listening to this podcast, you should be able to: • Understand the basic
Is it possible to have a fair price for medicines? Yes, according to a new collection just published on bmj.com.The authors set out to evaluate how we could improve the functioning of the market for m