Cancer is a fascinating but rapidly evolving discipline - it's a full-time job just keeping up to date. In this podcast, Dr Michael Fernando and Dr Joshua Hurwitz explore the latest trials, research, and practice-changing updates, as well as regular interviews with renowned oncology specialists. Ideal for those starting their training journey, established specialists and anyone interested in medical science, oncological practice, or terrible jokes. Preferably all three. more
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As an oncology fellow keeping up to date with the latest studies and soc can be difficult (especially if you’re a clinician-researcher). This podcast helps me understand the important practice changing updates in oncology and it’s a pleasure to listen to. Not to dense either! Worth a listen.
3rd year heme/onc fellow here. This is in my top 5 of educational podcasts. Entertaining, clinically relevant, and thorough. They make it conversational, which facilitates retaining the information. I also like how they not only provide updates but also go back and review established practices for oncology topics.
I am a current first year Oncology trainee in Australia currently and this podcast is my bible! Up to date information, trials and standard of care information. Easy to listen to, good format and passionate presenters. Cannot rate highly enough, give it a listen.
As a med onc trainee I highly recommend this podcast! Focuses on the latest literature and topical conundrums across a wide range of tumour streams. Great to listen running, driving, cycling and anywhere in between!
As a Medonc trainee I highly recommend Josh and Mike podcast. It summarises current paradigm of medonc world in an easily understandable and entertaining manner. Good to listen anytime including driving, house chore background or even sitting down and taking notes. Thanks to Josh and Mike for organising episodes each week!
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Oncology for the Inquisitive Mind launched a year ago and published 92 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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