This podcast is good for those who are interested in: health policy, health and medicine in the news, evidence-based medicine, medical ethics, women in medicine
Typical length of episodes: Around 10–15 minutes
How often a new episode comes out: About once a week
Episode topics: pros and cons of SSRIs, right to try laws, health benefits of alcohol, cervical cancer screening, new drug approvals and policies, headline roundups, and much more.
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Sample episode — “Episode 114: Supplemental Ethics?”: What’s the deal with dietary supplements? Is it ethical for clinicians to sell them to patients?
Tidbit about the show: The show is geared towards healthcare consumers, but they also provide useful perspectives, particularly on health policy and ethics and medical business issues, to healthcare providers.
About the hosts: Kendall Britt, MD is a practicing hospitalist near Austin, TX, and Amy Rogers, MD is a medical writer in the Dallas area who writes about health policy and medical evidence.
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