#10: What case for live cases?
From the floor of the TCT convention center, Drs Eric Topol and Paul Teirstein ponder live cases: immoral grandstanding or important learning and treatment opportunity? (Source: Topol and Teirstein: The Click and Rub Show)
Source: Topol and Teirstein: The Click and Rub Show - November 14, 2011 Category: Cardiology Authors: theheart.org Tags: Topol and Teirstein: The Click and Rub Show Source Type: podcasts

" Birth And Syntax " -- The Discovery Files
Cognitive scientists at Johns Hopkins University have new evidence that confirms an older theory that human beings are born with some innate knowledge of certain rules of linguistics that make learning human languages easier. (Source: The Discovery Files)
Source: The Discovery Files - September 14, 2011 Category: Science Authors: National Science Foundation Source Type: podcasts

How to Lose Weight Without Dieting - A Conversation With Dr. Brian Wansink
We live in a time when there are a million types of diets and fat free foods, yet Americans are gaining weight at alarming rates. It would appear that our eating habits and diets are not working. Today Dr. Howard Gurr talks to Dr. Brian Wansink about “mindless eating” and some surprisingly simple changes we can make to our eating practices that can really help. Dr. Brian Wansink (Ph.D. Stanford 1990) is the John Dyson Endowed Chair in the Applied Economics and Management Department at Cornell University, where he directs the Cornell Food and Brand Lab. He is the lead author of over 100 academic articles and b...
Source: The Shrink Is In - August 29, 2011 Category: Psychiatrists and Psychologists Authors: DrGurr Source Type: podcasts

JAMA: 2011-08-17, Vol. 306, No. 7, Author Interview
Interview with Stephen M. Shortell, PhD, MPH, MBA, author of Implementing Accountable Care Organizations: Ten Potential Mistakes and How to Learn From Them (Source: JAMA Author Interviews)
Source: JAMA Author Interviews - August 16, 2011 Category: Journals (General) Authors: The JAMA Network Source Type: podcasts

Implementing Accountable Care Organizations: Ten Potential Mistakes and How to Learn From Them
Interview with Stephen M. Shortell, PhD, MPH, MBA, author of Implementing Accountable Care Organizations: Ten Potential Mistakes and How to Learn From Them (Source: JAMA Author Interviews)
Source: JAMA Author Interviews - August 16, 2011 Category: Journals (General) Authors: JAMA, the Journal of the American Medical Association, and The JAMA Network Source Type: podcasts

Anxiety and Relaxation techniques: A Conversation With Dr. Fred Holtz
Today’s podcast is about anxiety and relaxation techniques. Anxiety is a problem that affects a large percentage of the population and relaxation techniques have proven to be quite helpful in managing or reducing anxiety. Today I will be speaking to Dr. Fred Holtz, an expert in the use of relaxation techniques for anxiety. Fred L. Holtz, PhD is the Executive Director of Holtz Psychological Services, a group practice in Melville, New York. Dr. Holtz has been in private practice for over twenty-two years and he has extensive experience in individual and marital therapy, learning disabilities and psychological evaluat...
Source: The Shrink Is In - August 4, 2011 Category: Psychiatrists and Psychologists Authors: DrGurr Source Type: podcasts

JAMA: 2011-05-11, Vol. 305, No. 18, Author in the Room™ Audio Interview
Interview with Gordon D. Schiff, MD, author of Medical Error: A 60-Year-Old Man With Delayed Care for a Renal Mass. Summary Points: The goals of this Author in the Room teleconference are to: 1. Appreciate the frequency, faces, and challenges of test result follow-up management errors. 2. Understand selected reliability science concepts and the ways they apply to the problem of test result management. 3. Learn about some specific change ideas that can help to ensure more fail-safe test follow-up. (Source: JAMA Author in the Room)
Source: JAMA Author in the Room - July 26, 2011 Category: Journals (General) Authors: The JAMA Network Source Type: podcasts

JAMA: 2011-05-11, Vol. 305, No. 18, Author in the Room ™ Audio Interview
Interview with Gordon D. Schiff, MD, author of Medical Error: A 60-Year-Old Man With Delayed Care for a Renal Mass. Summary Points: The goals of this Author in the Room teleconference are to: 1. Appreciate the frequency, faces, and challenges of test result follow-up management errors. 2. Understand selected reliability science concepts and the ways they apply to the problem of test result management. 3. Learn about some specific change ideas that can help to ensure more fail-safe test follow-up. (Source: JAMA Author in the Room)
Source: JAMA Author in the Room - July 26, 2011 Category: Journals (General) Authors: The JAMA Network Source Type: podcasts

Publisher?s Podcast: Recognition and Assessment of Adult ADHD in Primary Care
Learn why adult ADHD is frequently missed or misdiagnosed in primary care and what techniques support accurate diagnosis. (Source: Journal of Clinical Psychiatry Podcast)
Source: Journal of Clinical Psychiatry Podcast - July 21, 2011 Category: Psychiatry Source Type: podcasts

Recognition and Assessment of Adult ADHD in Primary Care
Learn why adult ADHD is frequently missed or misdiagnosed in primary care and what techniques support accurate diagnosis. (Source: Journal of Clinical Psychiatry Podcast)
Source: Journal of Clinical Psychiatry Podcast - July 21, 2011 Category: Psychiatry Source Type: podcasts

Publisher?s Podcast: ADHD as a Chronic/Pervasive Neurobiological Disorder: Domains of Life Affected Across the Lifespan
Learn how core symptoms of ADHD present over a lifetime and what consequences are likely when ADHD is untreated. (Source: Journal of Clinical Psychiatry Podcast)
Source: Journal of Clinical Psychiatry Podcast - July 21, 2011 Category: Psychiatry Source Type: podcasts

ADHD as a Chronic/Pervasive Neurobiological Disorder: Domains of Life Affected Across the Lifespan
Learn how core symptoms of ADHD present over a lifetime and what consequences are likely when ADHD is untreated. (Source: Journal of Clinical Psychiatry Podcast)
Source: Journal of Clinical Psychiatry Podcast - July 21, 2011 Category: Psychiatry Source Type: podcasts

Publisher?s Podcast: Assessing Patient Needs and Formulating Treatment Goals Across Domains of Life
Learn how to diagnose ADHD and set treatment goals for adolescent and adult patients. (Source: Journal of Clinical Psychiatry Podcast)
Source: Journal of Clinical Psychiatry Podcast - July 21, 2011 Category: Psychiatry Source Type: podcasts

Assessing Patient Needs and Formulating Treatment Goals Across Domains of Life
Learn how to diagnose ADHD and set treatment goals for adolescent and adult patients. (Source: Journal of Clinical Psychiatry Podcast)
Source: Journal of Clinical Psychiatry Podcast - July 21, 2011 Category: Psychiatry Source Type: podcasts

" Golden Y-Ears " -- The Discovery Files
A growing body of research finds musical training gives students learning advantages in the classroom. Now a Northwestern University study finds musical training can benefit the grandparents, too, by offsetting some of the deleterious effects of aging. (Source: The Discovery Files)
Source: The Discovery Files - June 13, 2011 Category: Science Authors: National Science Foundation Source Type: podcasts

How Lymphoma Develops
Learn how lymphoma, a blood cancer, develops and spreads throughout the body. To find out more about lymphoma and other blood cancers, visit ASH's patient resources webpage http://hematology.org/Patie...... Author: ash Added: 05/10/2011 (Source: Oncology Tube)
Source: Oncology Tube - May 10, 2011 Category: Cancer & Oncology Source Type: podcasts

" Talking Numbers " -- The Discovery Files
The amount of time parents spend talking about numbers has a much bigger impact on how young children learn mathematics than was previously known, researchers at the University of Chicago have found. (Source: The Discovery Files)
Source: The Discovery Files - March 31, 2011 Category: Science Authors: National Science Foundation Source Type: podcasts

Good Sex and a Warm Heart: How to Keep Male Menopause from Ruining Your Love Life.
Today’s podcast is a conversation between Dr. Gurr and Dr. Jed Diamond about male menopause. Most of us want to have good sex, love, and intimacy at any age, but when we get to be 40, it isn't always easy. One of the less talked about reasons why our "love" life goes south is that we do not understand how to survive male menopause. Today we learn the secrets. For more than 40 years, Dr. Jed Diamond has helped men and the women who love them. Dr. Diamond is Founder and Director of the MenAlive, a health program that helps men live long and well. Though focused on men’s health, MenAlive is also for wo...
Source: The Shrink Is In - March 5, 2011 Category: Psychiatrists and Psychologists Authors: DrGurr Source Type: podcasts

" Robo-Babies " -- The Discovery Files
In a first-of-its-kind experiment, a roboticist from the University of Vermont created both simulated and actual robots that change their body forms while learning how to walk. And, over generations, the roboticist's simulated robots also evolved, spending less time in " infant " forms and more time in " adult " four-legged forms. (Source: The Discovery Files)
Source: The Discovery Files - February 10, 2011 Category: Science Authors: National Science Foundation Source Type: podcasts

Covering and Caring for Kids
This episode focuses on a new report evaluating how well the nation cares for its kids. Producer Sandy Hausman explores why children's coverage has improved in 35 states despite the recession, what states can learn from each other, and how health reform can help.         (Source: New Directions in Health Care)
Source: New Directions in Health Care - February 2, 2011 Category: Global & Universal Authors: The Commonwealth Fund Source Type: podcasts

Einstein On: The Longevity Genes Project (Trailer)
The Longevity Genes Project at Einstein is a study of more than 500 healthy centenarians, near-centenarians and their children. Learn more about this exciting research project whose aim is to unlock the genetic keys to healthier, longer life. Dr. Nir Barzilai, who leads the project, explains his quest to significantly delay age-related diseases such as Alzheimer’s disease and cardiovascular disease. You’ll also meet four centenarians or near-centenarians whose stories will inspire you. To watch all of the videos in the series, please visit www.superagers.com. (Trailer runs 1:37) (Source: Einstein On...)
Source: Einstein On... - November 1, 2010 Category: Universities & Medical Training Authors: Albert Einstein College of Medicine Source Type: podcasts

Publisher?s Podcast: Treatment Adherence in Schizophrenia and Schizoaffective Disorder
Almost half of all US patients do not take their medications as prescribed, resulting in $100 billion of avoidable hospitalization costs. In this activity, learn why patients with schizoaffective disorder are nonadherent and what you can do to promote tre (Source: Journal of Clinical Psychiatry Podcast)
Source: Journal of Clinical Psychiatry Podcast - September 29, 2010 Category: Psychiatry Source Type: podcasts

Treatment Adherence in Schizophrenia and Schizoaffective Disorder
Almost half of all US patients do not take their medications as prescribed, resulting in $100 billion of avoidable hospitalization costs. In this activity, learn why patients with schizoaffective disorder are nonadherent and what you can do to promote tre (Source: Journal of Clinical Psychiatry Podcast)
Source: Journal of Clinical Psychiatry Podcast - September 29, 2010 Category: Psychiatry Source Type: podcasts

Publisher?s Podcast: The Differential Diagnosis of Schizoaffective Disorder
In this Psychlopedia activity, find out how to initially evaluate patients and learn how to differentiate schizoaffective disorder from schizophrenia, mood disorders, schizophreniform disorder, brief psychotic disorder, and others. (Source: Journal of Clinical Psychiatry Podcast)
Source: Journal of Clinical Psychiatry Podcast - September 29, 2010 Category: Psychiatry Source Type: podcasts

The Differential Diagnosis of Schizoaffective Disorder
In this Psychlopedia activity, find out how to initially evaluate patients and learn how to differentiate schizoaffective disorder from schizophrenia, mood disorders, schizophreniform disorder, brief psychotic disorder, and others. (Source: Journal of Clinical Psychiatry Podcast)
Source: Journal of Clinical Psychiatry Podcast - September 29, 2010 Category: Psychiatry Source Type: podcasts

Publisher?s Podcast: The Role of Neurobiologic Processes in Treating Depression
Participate in this activity for new insight into the mechanism of action of modern antidepressants and learn about novel treatment targets for future medications for depression. (Source: Journal of Clinical Psychiatry Podcast)
Source: Journal of Clinical Psychiatry Podcast - August 5, 2010 Category: Psychiatry Source Type: podcasts

The Role of Neurobiologic Processes in Treating Depression
Participate in this activity for new insight into the mechanism of action of modern antidepressants and learn about novel treatment targets for future medications for depression. (Source: Journal of Clinical Psychiatry Podcast)
Source: Journal of Clinical Psychiatry Podcast - August 5, 2010 Category: Psychiatry Source Type: podcasts

Publisher?s Podcast: A Review of Current Guidelines for Depression Treatment
Review the general consensus as well as acute and long-term treatment recommendations from the major guidelines published since 2000, and learn about new developments in upcoming treatment guidelines to comprehensively manage your patients with depression (Source: Journal of Clinical Psychiatry Podcast)
Source: Journal of Clinical Psychiatry Podcast - August 5, 2010 Category: Psychiatry Source Type: podcasts

A Review of Current Guidelines for Depression Treatment
Review the general consensus as well as acute and long-term treatment recommendations from the major guidelines published since 2000, and learn about new developments in upcoming treatment guidelines to comprehensively manage your patients with depression (Source: Journal of Clinical Psychiatry Podcast)
Source: Journal of Clinical Psychiatry Podcast - August 5, 2010 Category: Psychiatry Source Type: podcasts

" Laptop Learning " -- The Discovery Files
Despite the distraction potential of laptops in college classrooms, research from the University of Michigan shows that they can actually increase students' engagement and learning. (Source: The Discovery Files)
Source: The Discovery Files - August 4, 2010 Category: Science Authors: National Science Foundation Source Type: podcasts

Mitosis
A 3D animation/video showing normal cell division. The animation describes some of the controls on cell growth. See the companion video on cell division in cancer. Learn more at CancerQuest; http://ca...... Author: cancerquest Added: 07/07/2010 (Source: Oncology Tube)
Source: Oncology Tube - July 7, 2010 Category: Cancer & Oncology Source Type: podcasts

Body to Cell
A 3D animation showing the relationship of bodies, organs, tissues and cells. Learn more at CancerQuest; http://cancerquest.org... .También disponible en español. Emory Winship Cancer Institute Author: cancerquest Added: 07/06/2010 (Source: Oncology Tube)
Source: Oncology Tube - July 7, 2010 Category: Cancer & Oncology Source Type: podcasts

Chromosome to DNA
A 3D animation showing the structure of chromosomes and the relationship of chromosomes to DNA. Learn more at CancerQuest; http://cancerquest.org... .También disponible en español. Emory Winship Cancer I... Author: cancerquest Added: 07/06/2010 (Source: Oncology Tube)
Source: Oncology Tube - July 7, 2010 Category: Cancer & Oncology Source Type: podcasts

Show 24: COPPA and Your Family
Do you know what COPPA means and how it applies to your family? Tune in this week to find out, and learn to use it to keep your kids safe and sound online. (Source: A Dose of Dr. Gwenn | Blog Talk Radio Feed)
Source: A Dose of Dr. Gwenn | Blog Talk Radio Feed - June 3, 2010 Category: Pediatricians Authors: DrGwenn Tags: Parents Source Type: podcasts

Autism, ethnicity and maternal immigration
Autism has been the subject of intense public and professional attention in recent years. One of the biggest questions is what causes it. Like the discoveries made about schizophrenia in the late 20th century, we are learning that autism too has genetic and environmental determinants. Here Dr Daphne Keen discusses her paper (Keen et al, 2010) which attempts to answer the question of whether maternal immigration and ethnicity, together or in tandem, are implicated as being risk factors in young children who develop autism. (Source: Raj Persaud talks to...)
Source: Raj Persaud talks to... - May 30, 2010 Category: Psychiatry Tags: Science & Medicine Source Type: podcasts

Autism, ethnicity and maternal immigrationAutism, ethnicity and maternal immigration
Autism has been the subject of intense public and professional attention in recent years. One of the biggest questions is what causes it. Like the discoveries made about schizophrenia in the late 20th century, we are learning that autism too has genetic and environmental determinants. Here Dr Daphne Keen discusses her paper which attempts to answer the question of whether maternal immigration and ethnicity, together or in tandem, are implicated as being risk factors in young children who develop autism. (Source: Raj Persaud talks to...)
Source: Raj Persaud talks to... - May 30, 2010 Category: Psychiatry Tags: Science & Medicine Source Type: podcasts

Autism, ethnicity and maternal immigration Autism, ethnicity and maternal immigration
Autism has been the subject of intense public and professional attention in recent years. One of the biggest questions is what causes it. Like the discoveries made about schizophrenia in the late 20th century, we are learning that autism too has genetic and environmental determinants. Here Dr Daphne Keen discusses her paper which attempts to answer the question of whether maternal immigration and ethnicity, together or in tandem, are implicated as being risk factors in young children who develop autism. (Source: Raj Persaud talks to...)
Source: Raj Persaud talks to... - May 30, 2010 Category: Psychiatry Tags: Science & Medicine Source Type: podcasts

Autism, ethnicity and maternal immigration
Autism has been the subject of intense public and professional attention in recent years. One of the biggest questions is what causes it. Like the discoveries made about schizophrenia in the late 20th century, we are learning that autism too has genetic and environmental determinants. Here Dr Daphne Keen discusses her paper which attempts to answer the question of whether maternal immigration and ethnicity, together or in tandem, are implicated as being risk factors in young children who develop autism. (Source: Raj Persaud talks to...)
Source: Raj Persaud talks to... - May 30, 2010 Category: Psychiatry Authors: Royal College of Psychiatrists Tags: Science & Medicine Source Type: podcasts