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Tuesday, June 3, 2008

medical podcasts

In this world of ipods,we can just plug into few of the medical podcasts and learn on the go. there a few more in list taken from another blogger healthpodcasts.

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First the most useful podcasts for medico:they are really the best of all.

Medicinepod:learn internal medicine on the go,which describes a particular topic in each podcast in  a refreshing & concise way.can download direct from my blog

RadsPod:on radiology

Dermpod:on dermatology

EyePod101 - Learn Ophthalmology

Orthopod:on orthopedics

 Medical and Science Podcasts 

General Medical & Science News 


ABC’s Health Report: Sponsored by the Australian Broadcasting Corporation, this podcast features Dr. Norman Swan discussing health and medicine topics and their social, scientific, and political contexts. 
Access Medicine: Produced by McGraw-Hill, this weekly lecture series may include Harrison’s Grand Rounds, Harrison’s Updates, or Hurst’s the Heart Updates. 
AHRQ Healthcare 411 Audio Series: Podcasts by the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality featuring current news and information to improve the quality, safety, efficiency, and effectiveness of health care. 
Audio Medica News: Informal interviews with doctors and medical scientists about their latest findings and important clinical trials. 
Biohumanities Podcasts: The University of Queensland, Australia offers talks and discussions on relating biological science and broader humanities and social interests. 

Doctors on Health: Commentary from MedicineNet doctors on current health news, tips and suggestions for doctors, and current medical research. 

FDA Patient Safety News: A video podcast for healthcare personnel featuring information on new drugs, biologics and medical devices, on FDA safety notifications and product recalls, and on ways to protect patients when using medical products. 
The Health Report: Sponsored by the Australian Broadcasting Corporation, this podcast features Dr. Norman Swan discussing health and medicine topics and their social, scientific, and political contexts. 
JAMA: Includes commentaries on each issue of the Journal of the American Medical Association by Editor-in-Chief Catherine D. DeAngelis, MD, MPH. 
Johns Hopkins Podcasts: A weekly 5 to 7 minute program featuring Rick Lange, M.D., chief of clinical cardiology, and Elizabeth Tracey, director of Hopkins Health NewsFeed, discussing current medical news. 
MicrobeWorld Radio: Audio, enhanced audio, and video podcasts produced in association with the American Society for Microbiology. 
Nature: Presented by Chris Smith and Anna Lacey at the University of Cambridge, each show features news and articles published in Nature, including interviews with scientists and commentary and analysis from journalists covering the research. 
New England Journal of Medicine: NEJM sponsors two weekly podcasts, Audio Interviews and NEJM This Week. 
NIH Research Radio: Provides radio stations with the latest information about NIH research findings, highlights of press conferences, and health campaigns. 

Science: Produced by Science, this occasional podcast offers interesting stories from the journal and its sister sites. 
Scientific American: Produced by Scientific American, this podcast offers interviews with leading scientists and journalists about current science news. 
University of California Health and Medicine Series: Video podcast produced by the University of California on a variety of health and medicine topics.

Anesthesiology 
Anesthesiology Clinics of North America: Summaries and audio excerpts from Elsevier’s Anesthesiology Clinics of North America narrated by Lee A. Fleisher, M.D. 

Cardiology

ACC Conversations: Produced by the American College of Cardiology, these 20 minute podcasts feature Dr. Adolph Hutter interviewing leading experts in cardiology. 
Access Medicine: Produced by McGraw-Hill, this weekly lecture series may include Harrison’s Grand Rounds, Harrison’s Updates, or Hurst’s the Heart Updates. 
American Heart Association Podcasts: AHA’s audio reports on ways to lower risk for cardiovascular disease and stroke. 
CVMD Podcase: Video and audio blogs produced by the cardiovascular Multimedia Information Network. 


Continuing Education 
As Seen From Here: A CME accredited podcast focusing on issues of importance to ophthalmology and sponsored by the New York University School of Medicine. 

Audio-Digest Foundation: Fee-based and free clinical lectures. Each MP3cast qualifies for up to 2 hours of Category 1 CME credit/CE credit or contact hours. 
CME Podcasting: Free podcasts of continuing education activities from CME Outfitters.


Dentistry

DentalCast: The latest news about dental technology and techniques.

Gastroenterology 
The DAVE Project: The Digital Atlas of Video Education is a collection of teaching tools consisting of a gastrointestinal endoscopy video atlas and medical lectures and presentations.

Genetics
BioBits: The University of Utah's series on how genetics affects people's lives and society.

Grand Rounds 
Access Medicine: Produced by McGraw-Hill, this weekly lecture series may include Harrison’s Grand Rounds, Harrison’s Updates, or Hurst’s the Heart Updates. 

Journals and Associations 
Anesthesiology Clinics of North America: Summaries and audio excerpts from Elsevier’s Anesthesiology Clinics of North America narrated by Lee A. Fleisher, M.D. 
JAMA: Includes commentaries on each issue of the Journal of the American Medical Association by Editor-in-Chief Catherine D. DeAngelis, MD, MPH. 
MicrobeWorld Radio: Audio, enhanced audio, and video podcasts produced in association with the American Society for Microbiology. 
Nature: Presented by Chris Smith and Anna Lacey at the University of Cambridge, each show features news and articles published in Nature, including interviews with scientists and commentary and analysis from journalists covering the research. 
New England Journal of Medicine: NEJM sponsors two weekly podcasts, Audio Interviews and NEJM This Week. 

Science: Produced by Science, this occasional podcast offers interesting stories from the journal and its sister sites. 
Scientific American: Produced by Scientific American, this podcast offers interviews with leading scientists and journalists about current science news. 
STAT! The Podcast of Clinical Neurology News: A podcast for neurologists produced by IMNG Publications and sponsored by Ortho-McNeil Neurologics.

Medical Practice Management and Professional Issues 
Health Politics with Dr. Mike Magee: Dr. Magee explores a health policy topic every week. 
SoundPractice.net: Concentrates on issues related to medical practice management. 


Medical Schools, Medical Students, and Refresher Courses  
MedKast: Dr. Manuel Zeledon provides 30 minute refresher sessions on a variety of medical topics, most associated with specific chapters in standard textbooks. 
ScrubCast: A series of 5 minute reviews for medical students hosted by Scrubdaddy.

University of Virginia Health/Medicine Podcasts: A list of various lectures presented at the University of Virginia.

Microbiology 
MicrobeWorld Radio: Audio, enhanced audio, and video podcasts produced in association with the American Society for Microbiology.
MicrobiologyBytes: The latest news about microbiology in a form that everyone can understand.

Neurology 
STAT! The Podcast of Clinical Neurology News: A podcast for neurologists produced by IMNG Publications and sponsored by Ortho-McNeil Neurologics.

Oncology 
Arizona Cancer Center’s Cancer and Healthcare Update: The latest information on preventing and treating cancer from physicians and researchers. 
Blood CancerCAST: Podcast of disease teleconferences from the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society. 
 
CancerCast: Cancer specialists Dr. Quinten Black and Dr. John O’Connor discuss cancer diagnosis and treatment information in plain English. 
Health News: Latest news about blood cancers from Leukemia & Lymphoma Society. 
Leukemia and Lymphoma Society News: News about the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society.

Ophthalmology 
As Seen From Here: A CME accredited podcast focusing on issues of importance to ophthalmology and sponsored by the New York University School of Medicine. 

Osteopathic Podcasts 
The Texas Tech Medcast: Osteopathic Medicine Series 
Family Health: A production of the Ohio University College of Osteopathic Medicine and the Ohio University Center for Public Media: Consumer health podcast of 2 ½ minute programs on common health problems.

Pediatrics 
University of Arizona Department of Pediatrics: This podcast is geared toward pediatric residents. 

Pharmacy 
 
FDA Patient Safety News: A video news show created by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration for health professionals.

Psychology/Psychiatry 
 
iCube: Issues in Intro: Dr. David B. Miller and some of his students at the University of Connecticut discuss course materials for General Psychology I. 

Radiology 

CTisus-Computed Tomography Podcast: This podcast discusses cutting edge research in CT scanning (computed tomography) and is aimed at radiologists, radiology technologists, and other healthcare professionals. It is produced by the Advanced Medical Imaging Laboratory at Johns Hopkins University. 
Johns Hopkins Radiology Teaching Conferences: Lectures for Johns Hopkins radiology residents are available on iTunes. 

Rheumatology 
Arthritis Central: Dr. Joel Rutstein’s podcast with the latest news about arthritis and osteoporosis, commentary, and patient and doctor interviews. 

Consumer Health Podcasts 
ABC’s Health Report: Sponsored by the Australian Broadcasting Corporation, this podcast features Dr. Norman Swan discussing health and medicine topics and their social, scientific, and political contexts. 
ADHD Podcast: Psychologist and ventriloquist Dr. Sam Caron and Elwood the Puppet teach children and parents about attention deficit hyperactivity disorder. 
All in the Mind: Australian Broadcasting Corporation's Radio National presents a weekly show featuring expert commentary and the latest research on the mind, the brain, and behavior. 
 
American Heart Association Podcasts
: AHA’s audio reports on ways to lower risk for cardiovascular disease and stroke. 
Arizona Cancer Center’s Cancer and Healthcare Update: The latest information on preventing and treating cancer from physicians and researchers. 
Arthritis Central: Dr. Joel Rutstein’s podcast with the latest news about arthritis and osteoporosis, commentary, and patient and doctor interviews. 
Baby Time: Two first-time parents discuss information on babies and their personal experiences through pregnancy onward. 
 
Beyond the Movement: Pilates teacher Heidi Miller discusses the Pilates Method. 
The Body Odd: MSNBC.com’s biweekly podcast about weird medical questions featuring satirist Mark Leyner and emergency room physician Dr. Billy Goldberg (authors of Why Do Men Have Nipples?) and hosted by health writer and editor Jane Weaver. 
  
CancerCast: Cancer specialists Dr. Quinten Black and Dr. John O’Connor discuss cancer diagnosis and treatment information in plain English. 
Cleft Club Radio: Podcast presented by a support group for individuals dealing with cleft lip and/or cleft palate. 
Dr. Beckham’s Podcast: Podcasts on psychological issues by clinical psychologist, Ed Beckham, Ph.D. 
Dr. Fitness and the Fat Guy: A new approach to losing weight. 
Doctors on Health: Commentary from MedicineNet doctors on current health news, tips and suggestions for doctors, and current medical research. 
Family Health: A production of the Ohio University College of Osteopathic Medicine and the Ohio University Center for Public Media: Daily 2 ½ minute programs on common health problems. 
Feeling/Doing: A podcast on mental health and occupational therapy by Fran Babiss, Ph.D. 
First Aid Pod: Emergency first aid enhanced podcasts with animation, graphics, and audio based on the Beechwood Health Books series. 
 
GeekFit: Two geeks discuss fitness and health products and their personal efforts to maintain their health. 
 
Health Edge: A video podcast of medical news from the Cleveland Clinic. 
Health Politics with Dr. Mike Magee: Explores a health policy topic every week. 
Healthcast: A series of podcasts produced by Alan L. Rubin, M.D., endocrinologist and author of Dummies Medical Series. 
Intraspectus Psychotherapy Podcast: Psychotherapist Jeffrey Kerekes specializes in anxiety, depression, and phase of life issues for individuals and couples. His podcasts include one minute tips for listeners and longer interviews with experts and discussions of various mental health issues. 
 
Ivanhoe’s Medical Breakthroughs: A news-gathering service that reports the latest breakthroughs in medicine, tips on staying healthy, and advice from women to women. 
 
Living Healthy: 15-30 minute podcasts on a variety of health issues presented by family physician Dr. Henry Domke. 
MARINA’s Pandemic Podcasts: Questions and interviews about avian flu pandemic. 
Medical Monday: Weekly NPR podcast. 
 
The Naked Scientists: This group of physicians and researchers from Cambridge University strip science down to its bare essentials. 
 
NIH Research Radio: Provides radio stations with the latest information about NIH research findings, highlights of press conferences, and health campaigns. 
Northeast Center for Special Care: A monthly podcast on topics related to brain injury, rehabilitation, respiratory issues and more. 
OU Health Matters: Produced by the Oklahoma Medical Center, this podcast includes health news and information for the general public. 
 
Pediatrics for Parents: Interviews with healthcare professionals and the latest in children’s health research. 
 
Science Friday: NPR’s weekly discussion of the latest news in science, technology, health, and the environment hosted by Ira Flatow. 
 
Sound Medicine: Produced by the Indiana University School of Medicine and WFYI Public Radio, this hour-long show educates listeners and encourages them to make sound health decisions. 
Spine & Nerve Health: Dr. Aaron Filler, a neurosurgeon at the Institute for Nerve Medicine in Santa Monica, California, discusses issues surrounding back surgeries to alleviate pain and alternative methods of treatment.

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