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Cardi-OH Radio 12 - Collateral Damage: Substance Use and the Pandemic
Listen to Shanna Stryker, MD, MPH, discuss how the COVID-19 pandemic has affected patients’ use of substances, particularly alcohol, and how to approach assessment and treatment of these conditions. The interview will also address the interface between substance use disorder and co-morbidities including cardiovascular disease and diabetes.
Cardi-OH Radio 11 - Supporting Patients With a Mobility Disability to Increase Physical Activity
Listen to Shirley Moore, PhD, RN, discuss best practices for physical activity in patients with a mobility disability.
Cardi-OH Radio 10 - Taking Care of the Heartland: Rural Telehealth During COVID-19
Listen to L. Austin Fredrickson, MD, and Madhuri Medarametla, MD, discuss the unique health care needs of rural communities including special considerations for providing telehealth services. The interview will focus specifically on cardiovascular and diabetes health as well as behavioral health. Drs. Fredrickson and Medarametla practice medicine in Salem and Ashtabula, Ohio, respectively.
Cardi-OH Radio 9 Stronger Together: Connecting a Community to Address Social Determinants of Health
Listen to Susan Fuehrer, MBA, discuss the important role health care systems and clinicians can play in addressing social determinants of health to improve outcomes. The interview highlights the comprehensive, data-driven approach of the Institute for H.O.P.E. at The MetroHealth System to link patients to community resources and includes a special focus on the importance of connectedness in the time of COVID-19.
Cardi-OH Radio 8 - Prioritizing Health and Well-Being in the Time of COVID-19
Listen to Eileen Seeholzer, MD, MS, discuss chronic disease prevention and management in the context of COVID-19 and social isolation. The interview addresses the challenges patients experience to engage in and successfully achieve a healthy lifestyle, and suggests helpful tools and resources for clinicians to use in talking with their patients.
Cardi-OH Radio 7 - Personalizing Diabetes Care to Optimize Outcomes
Listen to Karen Bailey, MS, RD, LD, CDE, talk about Diabetes Self-Management Education and Support (DSMES) and address why, when, and how providers can use it to benefit patients with diabetes. The interview highlights the successful, established clinical care programming for patients with diabetes offered by the Diabetes Institute at Ohio University.
Interesting podcast for clinicians
Working closely with healthcare, I found the didactic presentations quite educational. It’s nice that the podcast consists of clinicians from a variety of hospitals and medical schools to give different perspectives.