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The Curious Clinicians

The Curious Clinicians

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The Curious Clinicians is a medical podcast that asks "why?". Why do diseases present in certain ways? What are the mechanisms of treatments we use? Why does the human body function as it does? Join us to explore these questions and many more.
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Tune in to interviews with the top thought leaders in medicine exploring the clinical and professional issues that are foremost in the minds of the medical community. Join us at the Clinician's Roundtable for discussions on a vast range of topics that every medical professional should know about.
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Clinicians Creating Impact is a show for physical therapists, occupational therapists, speech therapists, and speech-language pathologists who want to find the next right answer and create more impact. Each week, Clinical Director and Owner of Abilities Neurological Rehabilitation, Heather Branscombe, shares valuable tips, tools, information, and learnings to help therapists find clients, stop overworking, make more money, and make hard conversations easier, so that they can create a bigger ...
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This show simplifies nutrition for the busy medical professional. Feel confident answering your patient's nutrition questions. Together with her guests, Colleen Sloan, a Pediatric Physician Assistant and Registered Dietitian, offer practical strategies that bridge the gap between nutrition and medicine. This to-the-point podcast empowers Doctors, Physician Assistants, Nurse Practitioners and other healthcare providers with the nutrition education you need to transform lives. You'll be equipp ...
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Spanish for Creative Clinicians

Antonio "Tony" Milland-Santiago, MT-BC

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Hola Familia! Are you a creative clinician working with Spanish speaking clients? Do you want to connect with them in more meaningful ways? Then you are in the right place! The Spanish for Creative Clinicians Podcast was created to provide you with guides, tips & tools, as well as in-depth interviews with Spanish speaking clinicians from a variety of countries that will equip you to have more engaging sessions with your Spanish speaking clients. It's like learning clinical Spanish skills fro ...
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Clinician's guide to healthy kids

Health and Wellbeing Queensland

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Clinician's guide to healthy kids is an initiative of Health and Wellbeing Queensland. This podcast series aims to equip healthcare professionals with expert insights, empowering them to collaborate with children and their families to build healthy habits together. The podcast series explores a diverse range of topics including sleep, nutrition, physical activity, healthy growth and disordered eating in children. By offering practical advice tailored for health professionals, this podcast se ...
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Networking is a valuable tool for clinicians, but even for myself, it didn’t feel natural or desirable early on in my career. However, I was able to get over that initial discomfort and experience the benefit of networking as an introverted clinician, and I share all the tips that helped me in today’s episode. I discuss why networking helps you mak…
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More than 1 in 37 children under age 5 in the United States have a pediatric feeding disorder. Today, I'm joined by Bri, a Pediatric Speech Language Pathologist and Certified Lactation Counselor, to explore the common feeding challenges families face. We'll discuss the four domains of a pediatric feeding disorder and how one or all could be affecti…
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Host: Jennifer Caudle, DO Guest: Sayantani Sindher, MD Recently, Omalizumab was studied in patients due to the avoidance of management and guidance when it comes to treating food allergies in children and adults. According to this doctor, approximately 45 percent of patients seen in his clinic have multi-food allergies that are not being met with c…
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In this episode, host Alyssa Watson, DVM, is joined by Galina Hayes, BVSc, DVSc, PhD, DACVECC, DACVS, to talk about her recent Clinician’s Brief article, “Quiz: Surgical Decision-Making in Veterinary Patients.” Dr. Hayes guides us through four challenging surgical cases—highlighting hemorrhage, wound management, respiratory emergencies, and mass ex…
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In this episode from our archives, originally posted on September 16, 2020, The Curious Clinicians examined why the savory flavor umami is SO DELICIOUS. Dig in! Show notes: https://curiousclinicians.com/2020/09/16/episode-9-why-is-umami-so-delicious/ CME: https://vcu.cloud-cme.com/course/search?p=4000&curriculum=Curious%20Clinicians Audio edited by…
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Host: Mary Katherine Cheeley, PharmD, BCPS, CLS, FNLA Guest: Christin Iroegbu PhD, RN If left untreated, chronic kidney disease (CKD) can progress to end-stage renal disease, requiring dialysis or kidney transplant as the only treatment options. So communicating this to patients, along with chronic conditions that could contribute to this are key. …
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Host: Tauseef Ali, MD, FACG, AGAF Host: Sabina Ali, MD Host: Neil Nandi, MD, FACP Host: Tina Aswani-Omprakash, MPH A South Asian pediatric gastroenterologist discusses the epidemiology of IBD, distinct phenotypes, the latest clinical data from the mainland and diaspora, patient burden, and the importance of providing culturally competent care.…
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Although seizures can be scary, managing idiopathic epilepsy doesn’t have to be. In this episode of Clinician’s Brief Partner Podcast, host Dr. Beth sits down with Dr. Fred Wininger to get answers on how to approach the seizing pet, tips for pet owner communication, and options in seizure management. Resource: https://www.kbrovet.com/ Contact us: P…
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Whether you’re a seasoned clinician moving to a new role or work environment, or you’re a fresh graduate taking up their first clinical position, it’s normal to struggle in a new clinical setting. Whenever we start something new, anxiety, pressure, discouragement, and imposter syndrome are generally along for the ride. Bring a little more ease to y…
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One in six couples struggle with fertility challenges. While determining the cause for infertility can be challenging, making the right diagnosis is crucial for proper treatment. Chelsea Dishong, a Registered Dietitian with both professional expertise and personal experience, joins us to explain the role of nutrition in overcoming infertility. With…
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Welcome to the Veterinary Breakroom! In the breakroom, Alyssa Watson, DVM, and Beth Molleson, DVM, discuss the important, relevant topics affecting veterinarians today. Clients with human medical training can sometimes cause frustration among veterinary teams when they challenge the veterinarian’s expertise in treating their animals. But in this ep…
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How do you find the best job for you as a clinician? New clinicians are entering a job market where finding a job isn’t an issue. But sometimes, that luxury of choice can feel overwhelming. When jobs are scarce, we take what we can get. But when they’re abundant, we’re left with the task of deciding which one suits us best. Discover the vital consi…
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"Oh by the way, he's really picky. What do I do?" Does your heart sink when you hear this question? If we're being honest, does it make you want to roll your eyes? Navigating picky eating is a massive topic and is such a challenge in the pediatric world. In this episode, pediatric nutrition experts Colleen and Amber equip you with solutions to help…
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I believe that for every setback there is an opportunity for both our patients and us to grow stronger and be more capable in the future. In today’s episode, we'll explore why diets fail and how we can help the patient refocus their mindset to learn that failures are an opportunity for growth. I’ll give you 10 ways to shift your patient’s mindset a…
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In this episode, host Alyssa Watson, DVM, talks to Marc Seitz, DVM, DACVR, DABVP, about his recent Clinician’s Brief articles, “Diagnosing Foreign Body Obstructions via Radiography” and “Diagnosing Foreign Body Obstructions via Ultrasonography.” Dr. Seitz shares excellent advice on how to use radiography to the fullest—even if it means getting a wo…
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The Curious Clinicians are on tap to ask, why does chronic alcohol use cause macrocytosis? Read the show notes here. Click here to obtain AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™ (0.5 hours), Non-Physician Attendance (0.5 hours), or ABIM MOC Part 2 (0.5 hours). Audio edited by Clair Morgan of Nodderly.com. Medical student Giancarlo Buonomo is our producer.…
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If you are interested in expanding your listening skillset, there are three things that will help you become a better listener. These three tips are helping me develop the way I use listening in my own work as a clinician, and once you understand your role as a listener on a deeper level, you’ll be able to show up as the clinician your clients real…
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I’d argue that postpartum is one of the most emotionally and physically challenging times in a woman’s life. In this episode, we're joined by special guest, The Postpartum Dietitian, Taylor Leon, to tackle common myths surrounding post-baby body expectations and strategies to combat the pervasive "bounce-back" culture. We need to be advocating for …
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Guest: Douglas Jones, MD A recent study was done to show the side effects of diphenhydramine for allergic reactions, and one of the main detriments was that it could impair the patient by making them tired or sleepy. Another finding was that it doesn’t work that quickly, so in turn, giving diphenhydramine in a severe allergic reaction could cause m…
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Welcome to the Veterinary Breakroom! In the breakroom, Alyssa Watson, DVM, and Beth Molleson, DVM, discuss the important, relevant topics affecting veterinarians today. In today’s episode, Clinician's Brief colleague Katie Berlin, DVM, joins Dr. Alyssa and Dr. Beth in the breakroom to share her experience of re-entering clinical practice after a 2-…
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The Purina Pro Plan Veterinary Support Mission (PPPVSM) was established to help tackle the hurdles that stand in the way of a veterinarian’s “calling to care.” In this episode of the Clinician’s Brief Partner Podcast, host Dr. Beth Molleson sits down with Dr. Callie Harris to get the details on how PPVSM’s recent donation to the American Veterinary…
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I’m here with a simple message today: it’s okay not to feel okay. We obviously want to provide a supportive environment for our clients, but it’s time to extend that support to ourselves in our work as clinicians. All you need are a couple of tools to help you be more effective in this area, so stick around for some useful tips you can apply when y…
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Guest: Gates B. Colbert, MD, FASN A class of medications called SGLT2 inhibitors have been proven to make a major difference for patients with chronic kidney disease (CKD) with and without diabetes when added to angiotensin converting enzyme (ACE) and angiotensin receptor blockers (ARB) classes of medications. Several medications that have been wel…
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Does the topic of nephrology and kidney function give you PTSD? For most of us in primary care, nephrology probably wasn’t your strong point in school. And even now in practice, if we’re being honest, we cringe if a patient asks us about a renal diet. What is a renal diet anyway? Is it the same as a kidney diet or a dialysis diet? Don’t worry frien…
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In this episode, host Alyssa Watson, DVM, is joined by Katie Tolbert, DVM, PhD, DACVIM (SAIM), to talk about her recent Clinician’s Brief article, “Treatment for Foreign Body Induced Esophagitis in a Dog.” Dr. Tolbert explains the differences between gastroesophageal reflux and true esophagitis, with the latter being a painful condition. She then d…
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Help me make this podcast better. If you've got 30 seconds to answer 5 questions, you could win a $10 Amazon gift card . According to James Clear, "bad habits repeat themselves again and again not because you don't want to change, but because you have the wrong system for change." Today's episode will: Teach you how to guide your patients in creati…
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What makes a great clinician? Of course, clinical skills are important, but there are also aspects of being a truly great clinician that we can’t learn in our formal education. Kathy Cervo has been working with Abilities for almost 11 years, spending the past six years as the Director of Client Experience, and she knows a thing or two about what ma…
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“I realized the thing I was doing was going to be taken from me, and I felt out of control.” In this inspiring episode, we peak into the world of eating disorders, discovering the silent battles fought by patients behind closed doors. Hear of a brave young woman’s touching story of silence and secrecy to restoration and recovery. Her journey sheds …
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Welcome to NephMadness 2024! In collaboration with Things We Do For No Reason (TWDFNR), we are excited to promote the start of this amazing medical education opportunity. Inspired by the "March Madness" college basketball tournament, NephMadness is a "a free online, CME-granting, evidenced-based, noncommercial learning initiative that leverages the…
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Welcome to the Veterinary Breakroom! In the breakroom, Alyssa Watson, DVM, and Beth Molleson, DVM, discuss the important, relevant topics affecting veterinarians today. In this episode, Dr. Alyssa shares her recent experience at CES, the world’s largest consumer electronics trade show, in Las Vegas, Nevada. Dr. Alyssa and Dr. Beth explore the pract…
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I have experienced both mentoring and coaching in my clinical career, and while there are big differences between the two, they’re both super powerful. Understanding the differences between coaching and mentoring will help you decide what you need to move your career forward and make your experience of work even more amazing. Discover how coaching …
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1 in 36 children have autism. If you work in pediatrics, I can guarantee that you are faced with questions about selective eating and mealtime meltdowns. For today's episode, I brought the expert in feeding neurodivergent kids back on the podcast. Breta Alstrom provides useful strategies to help even the most cautious eater learn to try new foods. …
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In this episode, host Alyssa Watson, DVM, is joined by Samuel Babbitt, DVM, DAVDC, to talk about his recent Clinician’s Brief article, “Top 5 Complications of Dental Procedures in Cats & Dogs.” In this lively discussion, Dr. Babbitt shares his best tips for preventing the most common issues associated with dental procedures, including how to increa…
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What diet should I go on? Have your patients ever asked you this? As with most questions about nutrition, the answer, truly depends. Join me, Colleen Sloan, on the fifth episode of this 10-part series where I provide a review of the most common diets for weight loss. I'll help you determine which one would be appropriate for the patient sitting in …
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Host: Michael Greenberg, MD Guest: Chris Bundy, MD, MPH, FASAM Clinicians experiencing substance abuse disorder (SUD) may have some reluctance about utilizing a Physician Health Program; however, it’s important to know what your resources are in terms of formal treatment and to seek a psychiatrist with addiction specialization. Dive into part two o…
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While your reasons for being frustrated at work as a clinician are valid, before you quit and move on, you have the opportunity to decide what is actually the best decision for you. Whether you decide to quit or you end up staying in your role, I’m here to help you make the decision that is best for you in the long term. Try something new when you …
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Host: Charles Turck, PharmD, BCPS, BCCCP Guest: John Hertig PharmD, MS, CPPS Here in the United States, we're investing a little more into cost effectiveness to make the best use of very limited healthcare resources. When ready-to-administer (RTA) syringe products were compared against traditional vial and syringe, there was a significant holistic …
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The Curious Clinicians examine why the genetic mutations leading to hereditary hemochromatosis might have offered an evolutionarily advantage to our Neolithic ancestors. The answer relates to an old breakfast stalwart- cereal and milk! Read the show notes here. Audio edited by Clair Morgan of Nodderly.com. This episode is sponsored by Audible! New …
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In honor of American Heart Month, I am joined by Registered Dietitian, Michelle Rothenstein, to share invaluable insights and practical tips for healthcare providers to support patients with cardiovascular disease. From deciphering cholesterol levels to navigating popular diets like keto and carnivore, Michelle breaks down complex nutritional conce…
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Host: Ashley Baker, MSN, PMHNP Guest: Chi D. Chu, MD, MAS The National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey found that kidney disease awareness among patients in the U.S. is very low. And alarmingly, the proportion of awareness has not changed much over the 15-year period of this study. To uncover more of the findings and how to improve CKD awar…
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Welcome to the Veterinary Breakroom! In the breakroom, Alyssa Watson, DVM, and Beth Molleson, DVM, discuss the important, relevant topics affecting veterinarians today. In today’s episode, they debate the role of the veterinary team when it comes to pet owner education. Is the vet team morally obligated to educate pet owners on the lifetime costs o…
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Host: Michael Greenberg, MD Guest: Chris Bundy, MD, MPH, FASAM Along with the general population, physicians are vulnerable to substance use disorder (SUD) with rates as high as 10 to 14 percent. And with demanding careers, stress and burnout can often exacerbate SUD. Tune into part one of this discussion with Dr. Michael Greenberg as he takes a de…
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As clinicians, the work we do can change on a dime. No matter how much we plan, our schedule shifts in an instant. We can’t plan everything about our day-to-day, but we can set an intention for how we want to adjust on the fly where necessary, and I’m showing you how on today’s show. Discover a quick hack to easily get your work done during clinica…
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Do parents ask you for advice for their picky eater? Do your patients say "yuck, I don't like that" when you suggest they try some broccoli? How would you answer a mom who says, "my child only eats 10 foods, what do I do?" In this episode, Registered Dietitian, Veronica LaMarca, joins Colleen to discuss practical solutions for 5 of the most common …
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In this episode, host Alyssa Watson, DVM, welcomes back Karen Tobias, DVM, MS, DACVS, to talk about her recent Clinician’s Brief article, “Postgrooming Furunculosis in a Corgi.” Dr. Tobias shares the challenges and successes in diagnosing and treating Ella, a young Pembroke Welsh corgi, who was presented with acute neck pain, fever, and lethargy. W…
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So what does it mean to count your macros? Is it necessary for fat loss? This week we’re unpacking what macronutrients are, their functions in the body and how to calculate them for your patient. Join me, Colleen Sloan, on the fourth episode of this 10-part series to help guide your patients on their weight loss journey. If you're a primary care pr…
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I’m so grateful to have Leeza Pertsev back on the podcast to continue our discussion about navigating her first year as a new grad therapist and to get her advice for other people stepping into a professional clinical setting. This week, we’re discussing Leeza’s past experiences and how having to make decisions shaped her as an Occupational Therapi…
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On this episode from our archive, originally posted on March 15, 2022, The Curious Clinicians examine why cirrhosis predisposes to SBP, and why bacterial translocation across the bowel wall into ascites doesn’t actually occur! Read the show notes here. Click here to obtain AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™ (0.5 hours), Non-Physician Attendance (0.5 hours…
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If you work with young athletes, this episode is for you! I'm joined by sports dietitian, Jessica Ashton, RD, to help you know exactly what your athlete should eat before, during, and after exercise and how to nurture healthy habits that ensure a lifetime of peak performance. Key Points: Understand Macronutrients: Learn the difference between carbo…
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Welcome to the Veterinary Breakroom! In the breakroom, Alyssa Watson, DVM, and Beth Molleson, DVM, discuss the important, relevant topics affecting veterinarians today. In this episode, they consider the thought-provoking question: Do pets truly make us happier? Inspired by a recent article in Psychology Today challenging conventional beliefs, Dr. …
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