The EMG Health Podcast is an educational and informative podcast which aims to provoke conversations with stakeholders in the healthcare industry. This includes talking about the latest trends and innovations, interviewing thought leaders within the world of healthcare, and regular conversations with physician entrepreneur, Jonathan Sacker.
UEG Week Virtual 2021 Janssen-Sponsored Virtual Satellite Symposium: Targeting IL-12/23 in ulcerative colitis: from evidence to bedside
Review of the Janssen-Sponsored Virtual Satellite Symposium titled “Targeting IL-12/23 in ulcerative colitis: from evidence to bedside”, which took place at the UEG Week Virtual 2021 congress. This review covers the highlights from the presentations, providing a vital insight into the current landscape of ulcerative colitis.
Disclaimer: Sponsored by Janssen Pharmaceutical Companies of Johnson & Johnson in EMEA, Janssen Pharmaceutica NV, Turnhoutseweg 30, B-2340 Beerse, Belgium
What Hurts One, Hurts All
Jonathan sits down for a discussion with Dr Rola Hallam, Founder, CanDo, former Medical Director, Hand in Hand for Syria, and human rights campaigner. Together, they assess the harrowing issues of health disparity across the globe, Rola’s experiences providing aid in Syria, and what we all must do to aid the humanitarian crisis.
STRIDE II Podcast
This podcast is an exploration of the journey from publication to practice of The Selecting Therapeutic Targets in Inflammatory Bowel Disease initiative, otherwise known as STRIDE II. Hear from three experts in the field of IBD as they explore the creation of treat-to-target guidelines, discuss the different consideration for monitoring in Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis, and reveal how to implement treat-to-target guidelines in patient care. This podcast has been sponsored by Abbvie.
Episode 85: Sniffing Around Surgical Research
This week, Jonathan speaks with David Jayne, Professor of Surgery, University of Leeds. They discuss global citizenship with the aim of gaining international experience and advancing clinical practice, as well as intuitive robotic surgery, and exploring the ‘comic opera’ of surgical research, all amidst intermittent snoring from David’s dog.
The Alternative: Ayahuasca
This week, Jonathan continues his series on alternative medicine by escorting us to South America to learn about the hallucinogenic brew, ayahuasca. He explores the science behind its benefits and risks, takes us through a typical ayahuasca ceremony, and contemplates the weight of leaving your life in the hands of a shaman.
EULAR 2021 Janssen-Sponsored symposium: To see is to believe? Guidance on using imaging to optimize patient care in psoriatic arthritis
This podcast reviews presentations at EULAR focusing on the emerging role of X-ray, ultrasound, and MRI in the management of PsA in the clinical setting. The presentation by Mikkel Østergaard, University of Copenhagen, Denmark, on the current imaging modalities used in PsA is discussed, with particular emphasis placed on the benefits and pitfalls of each technology.