In this series, we look at emerging topics in the field of rheumatology from various experts. These perspectives may be related to the diagnosis and treatment of rheumatic diseases, current guidelines, practice management, patient care, and much more.
Rheum Advisor on Air is the official podcast of Rheumatology Advisor, a leading publication founded by the Haymarket Medical Network.
Mind the (Gender) Gap: Inequities Among Women in Academic Rheum
In this episode, we are speaking with the authors, Shereen Mahmood, MD, and Irene Blanco, MD, to get further insight into the existing inequities among women in academic rheumatology, and how gender gaps can be bridged and parity achieved.
Thank “Gout” It’s Not True: Fictional Depictions in Film and TV
This episode features Nehad Soloman, MD, a rheumatologist at Arizona Arthritis & Rheumatology Associates, and Christina Derksen, one of the study authors on a paper about the fictional depictions of gout in film and television, published in BMC Rheumatology.
Unraveling the Mysteries of Novel, Rare Rheumatic Diseases – Part 2
In this episode, Peter Grayson, MD, MSc, a study author on the recent paper published in the New England Journal of Medicine, gives us further insight into the discovery of the VEXAS syndrome and the overall importance of rare rheumatic disease research at the genetic and molecular level.
Rarest of Them All: Ultra-Rare Rheumatic Diseases – Part 1
In light of Rare Disease Day 2021, Dr Jonathan Miner, MD, PhD, discusses his work and contributions to the rare disease space, and speaks to the importance of research and the management of patients with rare rheumatic diseases.
Rheuminating on COVID-19: A Rheumatologist’s Perspective
With the COVID-19 vaccines at the helm, what does the current rheumatology landscape look like and what is potentially in store for the future of patient care? In this episode, Amit Ladani, MD, a rheumatologist at West Virginia University Hospital, gives us his point-of-view.
Uncomplicating Pregnancies in Lupus and APS
Taking us on a deep dive into the subject is the 2020 recipient of the Rheumatology Research Foundation Shaun Ruddy Memorial Lectureship, Jane Salmon, MD, the Collette Kean Research Chair at the Hospital for Special Surgery and professor of medicine and obstetrics and gynecology at Weill Cornell Medicine, New York.