We know clinicians are tired. They spend hours and hours each week entering data into EHRs, checking protocol, and hopefully, treating patients. This is about an hour every week where they can come to talk about the things they love, the things that burn them out, and the reason they got into this in the first place. The next time you're post-call, or even if you just feel like it, spend it with us. The information in this podcast is provided for informational and educational purposes only.
Christmas in the hospital
Nick Andrews and Emi Okamoto, MD, talk about spending the holidays in the hospital, take a holiday quiz, and Nick reads the winning essay from the American College of Surgeons' RAS essay contest.
How should patients choose their doctors?
Host Nick Andrews and Emi Okamoto, M.D., discuss how patients choose their doctors. Plus, Kristen Aliano Messina, a plastic surgeon in Plano, Tx., talks with Nick about resiliency among surgical residents.
AMA gives Hahnemann residents $220 to relocate and Nike has a shoe for you!
Nick Andrews and Emi Okamoto, MD, discuss the new Nike shoe for "Everyday Heroes," Google enters the EHR space (sort-of) and the American Medical Association gives 570 Hahnemann residents $125,000 for relocation and other fees such as immigration proceedings.
The guest this week is David Fajgenbaum, MD, whose book, Chasing My Cure documents his struggle with Castleman Disease as well as his fortitude to use his medical training to find a cure and unite the cause.
Nike Shoe Reddit reaction Google EHR Video Reddit reaction AMA grant for Hahnemann residents Dr. Fajgenbaum information: Academic profile Twitter New York Times profile
Best-of: Postcall Lounge
On call workout, Thanksgiving codes, gifts for docs
Medical Muggle Nick Andrews and Emi Okamoto, MD, talk about all things Thanksgiving in this special edition of the Postcall Podcast.
We recommend saving this episode for Thanksgiving or Black Friday if you can't be with your friends/family for this holiday season.
In the episode, we talk about how sharing with patients increases trust, the best gifts for doctors, what we're thankful for, a good in-hospital, on-call workout, and codes that you may need for your Thanksgiving shift.
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Sharing stories with patients Weighing yourself every day helps with holiday poundage On-Call workout 20 Thanksgiving Codes The best gifts for doctors this season For more MDedge Podcasts, go to mdedge.com/podcasts
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Doctors on TV and the Warren health care plan
Medical Muggle Nick Andrews and Emi Okamoto, MD, discuss how docs feel about Elizabeth Warren's plan for Medicare-for-all. They also discuss how bingeing on your favorite show affects sleep and how TV and films get medical care so wrong.
The guest this week is Ashley Alker, MD, who is a medical consultant for various TV programs and films -- she helps them get it right. The interview starts at 20:20.
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Warren's health care plan What it means for doctor pay How docs feel about it
Netflix is taking your sleep away The times TV messed up: The Blacklist The Good Doctor
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Customer ReviewsSee All
I love these interviews
The guests are very interesting and the interviewer asks insightful questions. Thankful for this podcast
Good idea, poor execution
This would probably be a good podcast if it were produced by a medical or surgical resident. As it is, if feels like having a conversation about life in residency with someone who does not understand it.