By Eric LaMotte
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OslerCast presents audio interviews with experts in various topics relevant to the practice of internal medicine. Each episode explores a single issue, with an intended audience of medical residents, as well as hospitalists. medical students, and other health professionals.
||CleanPrimary care of the transgender patient||Introduction In this episode, I interview Jessica Rongitsch, an internist in Seattle specializing in primary care for the LGBTQ community, about hormone management (and other aspects of primary care) for the transgender patient.||11/19/2016||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanExploring the Laragh method of treating hypertension||Including a discussion of the role of renin testing in hypertension treatment, as well as ALLHAT, ACCOMPLISH, ACCORD, ASCOT-BPLA, and JNC 8.||7/20/2015||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanHow to start recognizing catatonia||In this episode, I interview Heidi Combs, MD, associate professor of psychiatry at Harborview Medical Center and the course director for the University of Washington’s MS3 clerkship. We discuss the importance of recognizing catatonia in hospitalized p||2/4/2015||Free||View in iTunes|
Entertaining and educational!
I have always hoped that my podcast addiction could become more productive. OslerCast promises the possibility of learning something relevant to healthcare while enjoying some very entertaining listening. My feedback would be that - though the podcast makes education an explicit goal - it should not be structured in a way that makes me feel like I am in a lecture (e.g. rigid H&P formatting, listing criteria, summarizing what was learned, etc.). I want to learn through organic intrigue rather than a sense of duty/obligation. The references on the website are quite helpful if I want to remember or look up more information about the content of a podcast.
Great podcast for all levels. Exciting new episodes in the works as well. Keep your eyes open for ways to give the developer feedback/assessments of podcast teaching and let development team know the impact on your practice!
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