The EMJ 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.
Renal Expertise on Rare Disease
This week, Smeeta Sinha, Consultant Nephrologist at the Salford Royal Hospital, Manchester, UK and Visiting Professor at Manchester Metropolitan University, UK, joins Jonathan to explore renal healthcare. In this episode, the pair discuss Prof Sinha’s fascinating career, including her role in the research of calciphylaxis treatment and management. A range of pertinent topics are discussed, including the importance of patient awareness of diabetic kidney disease, and how simple innovative strategies can have a hugely positive impact on patients.
Episode 108: Regenerative Medicine - Generating Discussion
In this week’s episode, Jonathan Sackier, surgeon, innovator, and entrepreneur, explores the history and uses of regenerative medicine while highlighting its different to transplantation. Comparing the protein P53 to Kim Kardashian, Jonathan contemplates the uses of other proteins as well as the different types of regenerative medicine, including gene therapies and the use of petroleum-based prosthetics. He even provides hints to his latest project in the field and elaborates on the use of scaffolding in regenerative medicine.
Podcast 2: Future Management of Patients with Oesophageal Cancer
This content has been funded by Novartis, the position and discussions might not represent the position of Novartis. The content was intended for non-USA and non-UK healthcare professionals.
This EMG Health podcast kicks off with Bridget Scott introducing two experts, David Ilson, Medical Oncologist, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, Gastrointestinal Oncology, New York, USA, and Samuel Klempner, Associate Professor, Massachusetts General Hospital, Harvard Medical School, USA, who discuss critical unmet needs in the management of patients with oesophageal cancer.
Unpacking the Immune System
This week, Peter Arkwright, Senior Lecturer in Paediatric Allergy and Immunology, Lydia Becker Institute of Immunology and Inflammation, University of Manchester, UK, and Consultant for the Department of Paediatric Allergy and Immunology, Manchester University Foundation NHS Trust, UK, joins our Editor, Evgenia Koutsouki, to speak about the prevalence of allergy and the challenges surrounding immune disease in children. In this episode, the pair discuss Dr Arkwright’s fascinating career, including the defining moment of his practice so far. A range of pertinent topics are discussed, including insights into the treatment of novel and life-threatening immune diseases, and the reasons behind the surge in infectious diseases that the world has recently observed.
The Aimee Drew Trust
The Role of Patient Empowerment as a Key Component of Effective Multidisciplinary Cancer Care
This podcast was funded by a medical educational grant from AstraZeneca, with the purpose of enhancing the fundamental understanding of oncology specialists of the value of a multidisciplinary team approach in the management of patients with cancer.
In this EMJ Podcast, our host Brigitte Scott is joined by experts David Baldwin, Honorary Professor, School of Medicine, University of Nottingham, UK, Michelle Greenwood, Uro-oncology Clinical Nurse Specialist and Lead Teenage and Young Adult Nurse, St. Bartholomew’s Health NHS Trust, London, UK; and Kerry Archer, Cancer Specialist Physiotherapist, Active Against Cancer, Harrogate & District NHS Foundation Trust, UK, who share their perspectives on the multidisciplinary team (MDT)–patient dynamic and the importance of patient empowerment in multidisciplinary cancer care.
Treating Non-melanoma Skin Cancer with the Non-invasive, Single Session Approach Rhenium-SCT
This fascinating podcast delves into alternative treatment for non-melanoma skin cancer using Rhenium-SCT; a painless, non-invasive, single-session therapy. Our host is joined by two experts in the nuclear medicine field who work together with dermatologists in the treatment of non-melanoma skin cancer (NMSC) patients: Joe Cardaci, Diagnostic Nuclear Imaging, Hollywood Private Hospital, Nedlands, Australia, and Siddhartha Baxi, Radiation Oncologist and Regional Medical Director, GenesisCare Gold Coast, Tugun, Australia.
This podcast was fully funded and supported by OncoBeta.