#38 Journal Round Up
Summer Review ft. Dr. Dave Mcreary
Jon & Barney are joined by Dr. Dave McCreary all the way from Australia. Dave runs the RCEM podcast and joins JournalSpotting to bridge the chasm between A&E and medics and share some evidence-based pearls.
👉 Why COVID is still *****
👉 How does the delta variant present and does my microchip work?
👉 Have we figured out how to anticoagulate in COVID-19?
👉 More evidence for age-adjusted D-dimers?
👉 Do you use D-Dimers in Pregnancy?
👉 Do we still need to create arbitrary bridging protocols for surgery?
👉 Is that double shot espresso really causing your patients AF?
👉 How effective is smoking cessation at improving lung cancer survival?
👉 Does smoking cessation improve mental health symptoms?
👉 Can an app save my back pain?
👉 Which central line is safest for chemo?
👉 Kiwis for constipation
👉 Is this podcast making me any smarter?
Why Climate Change is a Health Crisis & A Healthcare Crisis.
Welcome to after the summer break!
LJ, Katia, Barney, and Jon kick off a new series and get their teeth stuck into the link between climate change and health.
In this introduction episode we bring you up to speed with what climate change what climate change actually is and why its a health problem.
- What is climate change
- Why is climate change a health crisis?
- What is the role of healthcare professionals?
- What is the role of the health service (in particular the NHS)?
✏️ Key links:
- Lancet Countdown on health and climate change
- Costello & Montgomery paper on the role of healthcare professionals
- The sustainable physician & Sustainability in quality improvement by Frances Mortimer
- Greener NHS: Delivering a Net Zero Health Service
- Views of health care professionals on climate change and health: a multinational survey study
Featuring: Dr. Laura Jane, Dr. Katia Florman, Dr. Jonathan Hudson, and Dr. Barnaby Hirons.
#36 Journal Round Up
In this bumper episode, Jon and Barney are joined by the RCP podcast superstar Dr Amie Burbridge as we digest the key practice changing articles from the last month or so.
Listen to the end to change how you view ventilation, and bums, forever.
👉To LP or not when suspecting SAH with a normal CT?
👉Good news with new Malaria vaccine.
Recovery - Tocilizumab and Convalescent Plasma.
Methlypred vs Dexamethasone.
👉Risk of malignancy with CT abdomen.
👉Finally a shorter TB course?
👉Nursing ratios reducing mortality.
👉Haemoglobin levels vs position .
👉Sleep and risk of depression.
👉Anal oxygen delivery (yes, really).
✏️ Show notes & bibliography
#35 HIV Updates
JournalChat with Dr. Tristan Barber
Struggling to keep on top of all the latest developments in HIV? Can’t remember all the different drugs? Your ears are in the right place.
We chat with the brilliant Dr. Tristan Barber, HIV consultant at the Royal Free Hospital, London. He helps us go through some exciting and important developments in HIV medicine including:
👉 Back to the basics of HIV management
👉 Two drug regimens
👉 Injectable drugs
👉 Chronic inflammation and chronic disease risk
👉 Vaccines for HIV
👉 Cure of HIV
🦠 HIV and COVID- any lessons to learn?
Featuring: Dr. Katia Florman & Dr. Jonathan Hudson
#34 Journal Round Up
Trying to keep up with the medical literature but apparently JournalSpotting HQ has a team of actual beavers🦫 who chew and digest all the articles then present them in a light-hearted podcast.
So why bother?
👉 What BP is optimum based on the latest meta-analysis?
👉 What to give for generalised epilepsy - Valporate or Keppra?
👉 How Mushrooms really could reduce the risk of cancer
👉 Magic mushrooms vs Escitalopram in Depression
👉 Sleep duration and Dementia risk
👉 Teeth number and Dementia risk (?!)
👉 Burnout risk
✏️ Show Notes & Bibliography