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Stay informed of the most relevant medical developments by subscribing to Clinical Conversations (podcasts.jwatch.org), from NEJM Journal Watch. This podcast features a round-up of the week's top medical stories, clinically-oriented interviews and listeners’ comments…in 30 minutes or less. Produced by the publishers of the New England Journal of Medicine, NEJM Journal Watch (jwatch.org) delivers independent, practical, and concise information you can trust.

    Podcast 273: The journals and the pandemic — NEJM

    Podcast 273: The journals and the pandemic — NEJM

    Eric Rubin is editor-in-chief of the New England Journal of Medicine. I asked him how COVID-19 has affected that journal, which has been around since the War of 1812 and seen its share of pandemics. Listen in — it’s the first in a planned series of interviews with the editors of the principal clinical journals. Running time: 19 minutes […]

    • 18 min
    Podcast 272: And now for something completely different… almost

    Podcast 272: And now for something completely different… almost

    Dr. Paul Sax writes the closest thing that the NEJM Group has to humor. He’s serious, of course, since his blog “HIV and ID Observations” concerns all things infectious . But he sprinkles in the odd cartoon or links to … dog videos, fer cryin’ out loud. He scours the ID literature (and we must include […]

    • 9 min
    Podcast 271: Checking back in with Florida — 4 months later

    Podcast 271: Checking back in with Florida — 4 months later

    Back in late March (people often tell me that, these days, 4 months ago might as well be 4 years ago) we talked with emergency physician Julian Flores, who was working out of Broward County. Covid-19 cases were modest in number but threatening to get worse, and indeed they did. The county’s cases jumped 100-fold, from […]

    • 16 min
    Podcast 270: Is healthcare privacy possible if “all data are health data”?

    Podcast 270: Is healthcare privacy possible if “all data are health data”?

    Don’t expect HIPAA regulations to protect your “digital health footprint” from prying eyes. Every time you swipe your card to buy goodies at the supermarket (are you risking diabetes with all that ice cream?), or binge-watch that kinky series (how’s your mental health these days, really?), or let your step-tracker show you’ve fallen off the pace […]

    • 20 min
    Podcast 269: The pandemic in Texas is like a “slow-rolling level 6 hurricane”

    Podcast 269: The pandemic in Texas is like a “slow-rolling level 6 hurricane”

    We interview Dr. Michael Gonzalez, a Houston-based emergency physician, who describes the situation there as “an ongoing, slow-rolling, level 6 hurricane that just isn’t gonna go away and, more importantly, isn’t gonna tell us when landfall is coming and when it’s gonna be over.” How are his patients reacting to this surge? What does he do […]

    • 25 min
    Podcast 268: Cannabis and road accidents — is there an association?

    Podcast 268: Cannabis and road accidents — is there an association?

    This time Dr. Ali Raja and Joe Elia talk with two authors of a study that found disparate effects on traffic deaths from the legalization of recreational cannabis. The two states under study, Colorado and Washington, were compared, not with each other, but with a composite of states that most closely resembled what Colorado and […]

    • 19 min

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