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Hey, boos! We're Callie and Kaitlin. We watch scary movies and podcast about them. Whether you're a blood-and-guts fanatic or a scaredy cat looking for a non-threatening summary of the latest prestige horror flick, we've got you covered with our weekly breakdowns of classic and contemporary spooky cinema.
 
The Coffee Podcast is a podcast about coffee and people, hosted by Jesse Hartman. The Coffee Podcast unfolds the wonder behind coffee through conversations with people in and around the coffee industry. The show follows topics on sourcing, brewing, and roasting coffee but also dives deep into ethical issues with topics like coffee production and sustainability. Often, topics are nuanced in conversation with all the hands involved in making a delicious cup of coffee. Episodes were released we ...
 
Você já pensou em ouvir as principais discussões, atualizações e temas de altíssima importância para sua formação médica em qualquer hora e em qualquer lugar? Esse é o SVCast, o podcast da Sala Vermelha, dedicado à Medicina Brasileira. Sala Vermelha, onde a Medicina faz sua arte acontecer! #FOAMed #FOAMedBRA #façavalerapena #façavaleravida
 
How do we manage supply chains in crisis situations? What does it mean to think and act like a “human leader?” How do we make work meaningful yet still pursue business goals? This podcast explores timely business topics with author/speaker/CEO Robert Martichenko. Named after his latest book, the DHP podcast reveals operational blueprints for leaders to achieve the next level of system-wide improvement and collaboration required in today’s world of constant change and challenge.
 
The National Association of School Nurses and BAM Radio Network have partnered to bring you NASN Radio. Executive Director Donna Mazyck hosts the program that will focus on the topics you really care about. Each brief segment of NASN Radio will help keep school nurses abreast of the latest developments in student health and professional development of school nurses. New segments appear here a few days after they air on the NASN web site.
 
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After a short overview of the history of the Society of Cardiovascular Anesthesiologists (SCA) this conversation zones in on some of the hot topics that are being discussed in the field; devices and extracorporeal membrane oxygenation (ECMO) machines, as well as trans-esophageal echocardiography and how the practice has evolved. The conversation en…
 
Why does the US have the highest maternal mortality rate of any developed country? This piece tackles a very controversial issue in healthcare head on, could the problem be due to racism? The chances of a serious issue is "substantially higher if you come from a minority group, in particular if you are African-American". We also cover the issue of …
 
This piece is taken from the free papers presentations given at EBPOM 2019. Malnutrition and functional capacity; what is the effect of multimodal prehabilitation? What can the six minute walk test really show us? Does nutritional status predict preoperative change in a six minute walk test in colorectal cancer patients following a prehabilitation …
 
This piece deals with the prediction of opioid induced respiratory depression for our inpatients on hospital wards, could a change in monitoring practices help? The postoperative period seems to be critical, the thirty day period immediately after anesthesia being a key area. 7.7% of postoperative deaths are in this period, according to The Lancet …
 
"Data is destiny"; this piece looks at way we can unlock it for Anesthetists. The Open-Source Anesthesia Electronic Medical Record (OSAEMR) was developed specifically for Nurse Anesthetists. Its focus is on solo or small-practice nurse anesthetists operating in environments with limited or no network and computing resources other than an iPad. One …
 
Patient safety, as a priority, is assumed to be at the heart of medical practice. Yet still, preventable harm and death occurs in our profession, how do we change this and how do we make the changes we implement last? Can safety and avoidable harm be somehow hardwired into the culture of what we do in a way similar to that of the airline industry? …
 
"At the moment perioperative care in the UK doesn't really have the profile that I think it needs; now I suspect that COVID-19 has raised it up the agenda" If you enjoyed Monty's explanation regarding the UK's perioperative journey you may find this link interesting: Evidence submitted by the Improving Surgical Outcomes Group (ISOG) (NICE 75): http…
 
"It also must start and end in primary care" This piece is a fascinating in-depth conversation moving through various medical perspectives on perioperative medicine from Australia and New Zealand. A real highlight of the festival. How has perioperative medicine evolved over the years around the world? What's the status of Perioperative Care as a sp…
 
This piece focuses on The Balanced Anesthesia Study, 'A Prospective Randomized Clinical Trial of Two Levels of Anesthetic Depth on Patient Outcome After Major Surgery'. How can delerium be measured and standardised in a multi-centre trial? More on the study here: https://journals.lww.com/anesthesia-analgesia/FullText/2015/08000/Rationale_and_Design…
 
This panel discussion includes questions such as: In a prehabilitation service what screening tools should we use to assess nutritional risk? What tools are there related to patient self management? What advice would you give a patient about cannabis smoking cessation? Should denial of surgical procedures be used as a motivator for lifestyle change…
 
"ERAS in Colorectal Surgery" - was originally streamed live from the Charles Sammons Cancer Center, Dallas, during EBPOM-USA 2019 on www.topmedtalk.com If you'd like to attend an event like this ensure your next click is here: www.ebpom.org/meetings If you have any comments or questions you'd like to send to the team email: contact@topmedtalk.com P…
 
This piece focuses upon the African Surgical Outcomes Study (ASOS-2). More than a thousand people across Africa have combined forces to make this research into perioperative medicine in a resource limited environment happen. We know patients in Africa are twice as likely to die following surgery when compared to the global average, why is this? How…
 
"There seems to be a little extra buzz in the cardiac community". This conversation focuses upon the psychology of change, specifically regarding the leadership role presented within perioperative medicine to anaesthesiologists. How can perfectionism, as a barrier to change, be overcome? How do practitioners build the confidence to make a differenc…
 
This hugely important talk was the centerpiece of EBPOM 2019 and, appropriately enough, it focuses on a big topic for us here at TopMedTalk; the future of fluid therapy. Originally given as the EBPOM 2019 Ernest Henry Starling plenary lecture the talk is complimented by this piece which was recorded on the same day: https://www.topmedtalk.com/desir…
 
Dingle 2020 is now on! Make sure you check out www.ebpom.org for more details. Today's TopMedTalk is another sampler from the conference, made available because this vital piece deals with a variety of issues related to COVID-19; what we know and what we know we do not know: - Similarities and differences between COIVD-19 and Aqute Respiratory Dist…
 
What are some of the major issues regarding billing? What are the most common mistakes when it comes to documentation? How do we keep the focus on great healthcare, as well as good book keeping? How does "the false claims act" impact on billing? If you find a mistake or an issue in your note keeping the advice here is clear; deal with it the moment…
 
We chat with Kyle Matuszewski of Your Behind BBQ a father and son competition team out of Arizona. Kyle and his dad are top cooks in SCA ancillaries and have both won SCA competitions as well as many top ten calls. They are also accomplished KCBS cooks as well as producing an instructional youtube channel Check out your behind BBQ on Instagram…
 
This piece is a chance to hear more about the work of our guest, who made a big impact as a guest on a recent edition of TopMedTalk: https://www.topmedtalk.com/topmedtalk-computer-gamer-to-life-saver/ The Perioperative Quality Initiative (POQI) is here: www.poqi.org This piece covers cerebral oximetry with near-infrared spectroscopy (NIRS), often u…
 
The American Associaton of Retired People (AARP), an organisation with a membership almost equal to the entire voting population of the United Kingdom, are focusing on brain health, in response to the demands of their members. Further conversation includes how practitioners both explain the risks of surgery and also calm possible misunderstandings …
 
Joff and his guests visit the hallowed turf that is the Boston Ether Dome, in the Bulfinch Building, Massachusetts General Hospital. How have times moved on since those early pioneering days when the relatively young profession of Anaesthesia was born? Back then the word wasn't as widely used and the gentlemen in question described their activities…
 
On the morning of the first day of the 2018, annual conference, of the American Society of Anesthesiologists (ASA) Monty Mythen and Desiree Chappell were lucky enough to get an exclusive interview with Professor Henrik Kehlet. Henrik Kehlet is a gastrointestinal surgeon and former professor of surgery, Copenhagen University, and now professor of pe…
 
A discussion about oxygen and the Xtreme Everest research studies into human adaptation to hypoxia. How does the human body adapt to extreme conditions? We assume it will inevitably cause damage but this is not always the case. How do people who have inherited a tolerance for low levels of oxygen manage? Monty Mythen, Mike Grocott and Joff Lacey ar…
 
Where is perioperative medicine as a specialty in the US? How do frail patients benefit from the perioperative process? Age and physical fitness are important factors when deciding if you're going to put a patient through major surgery, how do these factors allow us to differentiate between those who are likely to have a poor outcome? How common is…
 
"We need to work together more, it needs to be multidisciplinary" A fascinating and still essential discussion - from a truly global perspective - featuring guest presenter Dr Liam Brennan, President of the Royal College of Anaesthetists and his guests; Dr Gonzalo Barreiro, President of the World Federation of Societies of Anaesthesiologists (WFSA)…
 
How do new technologies impact the postoperative elements of Enhanced Recovery? We discuss ward monitoring 3.0 and the technology available, or in the pipeline, to improve outcomes. How do we best use this information and these innovations? There is also a refreshing conversation about Artificial Intelligence (AI) alongside discussion about "bed se…
 
This piece is a deep dive into regional anaesthesia for Enhancing Recovery. Hear how paravertebral nerve blocks can be used in breast cancer surgery, how does this effect long term outcomes for patients? There is then further discussion regarding regional anaesthesia for Ambulatory Surgery. There is also a long form discussion of electromyographic …
 
This piece is a look at the very beginnings of your favorite medical podcast. Today we celebrate the American Society of Anesthesiologists (ASA) and their annual general meetings, which we have covered every year since 2017. Find out how TopMedTalk pioneered its first live transmissions from that meeting in Boston and began providing free medical i…
 
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