The Bob Harrington Show is a podcast series of thoughtful interviews and discussions on topics at the core of cardiology and the practice of medicine.
Pandemic Publishing: Speed vs Quality Control
Three editors of cardiology journals -- Drs Harrington, Yancy, and Nallamothu -- discuss the challenges of maintaining quality during the COVID-19 surge in submissions.
Thrombosis in COVID-19: What We Know and How to Treat
Hematologist Mary Cushman discusses arterial and venous thrombosis issues with SARS-CoV-2 and the role of anticoagulation.
COVID-19 Pandemic: 'Another Earthquake' Exposing Glaring Health Inequities
Bob Harrington asks Michelle Albert why mortality rates are so high in minority communities, and whether COVID-19 will lead to meaningful changes in health and social inequities.
Yes, There Is a Role for Poetry and Fiction in a Pandemic
'They fancy themselves free. And no one will ever be free so long as there are pestilences,' wrote Camus in 'The Plague', which Abraham Verghese sees as relevant to our collective experience of COVID-19.
A Cardiologist's Search for Medicine's Lost Heart
Cardiologist Lisa Rosenbaum seeks meaning in her work as a physician and correspondent for the New England Journal of Medicine, a quest first started by her grandfather who was also a physician-writer.