The RCP Medicine podcast is a discussion of different topics relevant to physicians and physician associates. The podcasts are usually hosted by Dr Amie Burbridge, a consultant in acute medicine from Coventry. Episodes discuss and explore different topics including real-life clinical cases, new evidence-based guidelines and specific physician issues in the modern healthcare environment. The views expressed in this podcast are those of Amie and other presenters and not necessarily the RCP. Current podcasts have been made with an educational grant from Celgene. They have had no input or involvement whatsoever in the design, development and content of the podcasts.
Episode 46: Health Inequalities (Smoking)
Episode 45: Paracetamol
In today's episode, Amie and Dr Nerys Conway discuss toxicology, specifically the effects of paracetamol, and the treatment of overdose in acute care.
Episode 44: Health Inequalities (Obesity)
In this special episode for World Obesity Day, Dr Seun Anyiam and Professor John Wilding discuss all things obesity, including how to tackle the increasing prevalence of obesity in society and the increased risk of worse outcomes in COVID-19. They also tackle the important issue of obesity stigma, and how the existence of this among healthcare professionals can lead to inequality in the treatment of people living with obesity.
Dr Seun Anyiam is a regional representative of the RCP Trainees committee, working in, and studying a PHD in obesity medicine.
Professor John Wilding is a Professor of Medicine at the University of Liverpool, a specialist in obesity, diabetes and endocrinology, and is the President of the World Obesity Federation.
Caterson et al 2019, Diabetes, Obesity and Metabolism
Flint Narrative NHS Long term plan
Bray Lancet review
Episode 43: Chest Pain and Pregnant
Episode 42: Health Inequalities
In this special episode, Dr Seun Anyiam and Professor Carol Brayne discuss the issue of health inequalities and explore how the unconscious biases of clinicians may be contributing to ongoing inequalities in the health outcomes of patients.
Episode 41: Stroke
In today's episode, Doctor Burbridge speaks again with Cat Atkin, and they discuss being on the overnight stroke team.
This podcast has been made with an educational grant from Celgene. They have had no input or involvement in the design, development or content of the podcast.
Excellent podcast. It has been helpful to listen while l was looking after my twin toddlers ☺️Thank you so much
The best podcast I’ve found for UK medical students! So helpful going through differentials and key investigations. Also great to have learning points at the end of each episode!
This is a great and valuable resource. I’m non medical but am planning to study medicine as a mature student and this has reinforced my decision. Thank you.