Interviews with leading researchers and thinkers in health care about practice-changing research, innovations, and the most pressing issues facing medicine and health care today from JAMA, the Journal of the American Medical Association.
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In this JAMA author interview, Peter J. Pronovost, MD, PhD, Chief Quality & Clinical Transformation Officer, University Hospitals, Cleveland, and an internationally recognized expert in patient safety, discusses his recent article in JAMA on “Misdiag... more
Interview with James Stevermer, MD, MSPH, USPSTF member and coauthor of Serologic Screening for Genital Herpes Infection: US Preventive Services Task Force Reaffirmation Recommendation Statement. Hosted by JAMA Editor in Chief Kirsten Bibbins-Domingo... more
I am extremely disappointed that this podcast has been discontinued. Dr Bauchner, if you read this, please start another podcast. As an ICU RN and an ED Specialist my Husband and I have leaned on the information provided in your conversations during the CoVID outbreak. We could desperately use your insightful conversations with Dr Fauci and all the other amazing Drs and scientists you connect with. Please come back-we need this information more than ever with the advance of Delta.
It's an art to interview the variety of people "in COVID" some of whom may not have the best intentions or information but need to be heard & some of whom may need some structure to communicate their information well to non specialists or lay people. I'm so glad Dr Bauchner is still doing these interviews. The best for hearing all important viewpoints well & excellent information from primary sources. I still use some of these interview as key sources for COVID discussions.
I am a retired pharmacist and I started tuning in after my daughter’s physician mentioned he listened to them. I wanted to get accurate information on COVID 19. Dr. Bauchner is an excellent interviewer gathering his own questions as well as those of the listeners. He has a good sense of humor which makes the podcasts even better.
This is really an excellent podcast, specially for physicians who are interested in various aspects of healthcare. I subscribe to JAMA and so I do have access to the published articles. But this podcast selects the more important recent article/articles and goes much beyond the written article with an interview with the author or authors to discuss its real significance in healthcare. Dr. Bauchner is excellent in his role as a very knowledgeable host asking the most pertinent questions, and the ... more
I know public health is trying to social engineer the distribution of COVID vaccinations with race (anything but Caucasian) as the most important underlying factor. Prioritizing some groups over others necessarily de-prioritizes some groups. In this case, those over 65 (who have suffered massive death rates) and individuals with serious underlying conditions are being sacrificed. As a member of this group, I feel like I am in purgatory waiting for this vaccine I get the sense public health pro... more
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