168 episodes

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.

The EMJ Podcast: Insights For Healthcare Professionals EMJ

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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.

    Autumn 2022 Highlights

    Autumn 2022 Highlights

    On this week’s episode, Evgenia, editor of the EMJ family of journals, recalls the most noteworthy moments of the last 3 months on the EMJ podcasts. Looking back on the past quarter, this episode highlights the most memorable moments with our guests, covering a range of topics, from food allergies to poetry.

    • 34 min
    Episode 115: Gender Inequality in Cardiology

    Episode 115: Gender Inequality in Cardiology

    In this episode, host Jonathan Sackier is joined by Rebecca Dobson, Consultant Cardiologist at Liverpool Heart & Chest Hospital, UK. The pair discuss Dobson’s career in cardio-oncology, and gender inequality in the field of cardiology. Discussion points include her experience as a female cardiologist, and her role as lead of the British Cardiovascular Society Women in Cardiology.

    • 39 min
    The Greenest Inhaler A Patient Centric Approach

    The Greenest Inhaler A Patient Centric Approach

    Development of The Greenest Inhaler podcast was supported and reviewed by Trudell Medical International.
    This EMJ podcast explores the carbon footprint of different inhaler devices and features the expert insight of guest speakers Omar S. Usmani, Professor of Respiratory Medicine, Imperial College London, UK, and Consultant Physician, Royal Brompton Hospital and St Mary’s Hospital, London, UK; and John N. Pritchard, Private Consultant and Member of United Nations (UN) Committee on Propellant Medical Usage.

    • 39 min
    Episode 114: The Journey to Drug Development

    Episode 114: The Journey to Drug Development

    In this episode, Jonathan is joined by Joubert Gama, a Medical Consultant in the pharmaceutical industry. They discuss their experiences in medical school which they attended together, and Gama provides insights as to what attracted him to working in the pharmaceutical industry with an emphasis on drug development, pharmacodynamics, and clinical affairs including medical regulations and compliance. Gama takes us on a journey of what it takes to bring a drug to market, as well as delving into his surprising appearances on well-known several television series!

    • 1 hr 1 min
    Episode 113: Innovations in Oncology

    Episode 113: Innovations in Oncology

    In this episode, Jonathan is joined by Sir Michael Brady, Professor of Oncological Imaging at the University of Oxford, UK. They discuss Brady’s educational history at Manchester and later in Australia, where he studied mathematics; how he chanced upon image analysis; and the heart-breaking story that led to Brady to start developing technology to support and inform clinicians in cancer. Brady also looks forward, discussing the future implications that artificial intelligence and robotics could have on medicine and surgery.

    • 32 min
    Episode 112: Driving Dermatology Research

    Episode 112: Driving Dermatology Research

    Our latest podcast features Robert Dellavalle, Professor of Dermatology, Colorado School of Medicine, Professor of Public Health at the Colorado School of Public Health, and physician at the University of Colorado Hospital, all based in Aurora, Colorado, USA. Dellavalle and our host, Jonathan Sackier, discuss all things dermatology, from different skin conditions to community outreach programmes and the rise of telemedicine.

    • 32 min

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