Sinopsis

Radio Rounds is a weekly medical talk show that is freely accessible to anyone and everyone.Our stories promote the art and science of medicine with an emphasis on nurturing humanism and resilience in this most remarkable and sacred profession.The organization was created and founded by medical students at the Wright State University Boonshoft School of Medicine in Dayton Ohio in 2009. Dr. Avash Kalra created the show with fellow medical students Dr. John Corker, Dr. Shamie Das and Dr. Lakshman Swami who are all now practicing clinically across the country.

Episodios

  • An Interview with Dr. Sam Mackenzie

    An Interview with Dr. Sam Mackenzie

    14/09/2014 Duración: 17min

    This week, we sit down with 4th year medical student and American Medical Association Trustee, Dr. Sam Mackenzie, as he shares his thoughts on a recent, highly anticipated report submitted by the Institute of Medicine on their vision for the future of residency training in America. With predictions of a worsening physician shortage echoing across the country, millions using more health care services because of Obamacare implementation and an aging population, and a tightening bottleneck at the residency level of physician training, this report's recommendations have been as controversial as they were highly anticipated. Tune in for part 1 of our 3 part series exploring the meaning and impact of this report. In the coming weeks, we will also speak with Dr. Atul Grover, Chief Public Policy Officer at the American Association of Medical Colleges, as well as Dr. Amitabh Chandra, an economist and Director of Health Policy Research at the Harvard Kennedy School of Government. Dr. Chandra served as a member o

  • An Interview with Stan Tran

    An Interview with Stan Tran

    03/08/2014 Duración: 18min

    In this episode, Radio Rounds' Host and Executive Director John Corker sits down Stan Tran, a 26 year old 4th year medical student at the Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University. But Tran is no ordinary medical student. He is taking a leave of absence from school in order to run for Congress in his current state of Rhode Island. In so doing, Tran hopes to impact the lives of his patients in ways both systemic and meaningful…and in the process, begin to shift our American political paradigm from historic gridlock toward collaboration and progress. Join us for this story of Tran's journey down the path less traveled, armed with both his candid views on hot-button issues and with a unique appreciation for the impact that great listening skills can have for both successful doctors and politicians.

  • An Interview with Dr. Auguste Fortin

    An Interview with Dr. Auguste Fortin

    29/06/2014 Duración: 22min

    This week, Radio Rounds host Imran Ali speaks with Dr. Auguste Fortin, Director of Psychosocial Curriculum for the Yale Primary Care Internal Medicine Residency Program. The topic being about patient centered care, what is it and why do we need it. Also Dr . Fortin discusses how the human side of medicine can get lost in the flurry of rushed office visits and how the the advent of direct to consume advertising affects the doctor patient relationship.

  • An Interview with Dr. L. Toni Lewis

    An Interview with Dr. L. Toni Lewis

    12/06/2014 Duración: 19min

    This week we join Host and Director Shamie Das in his interview with Dr. L. Toni Lewis at the Committee of Interns and Residents National Meeting in Baltimore earlier this week. Dr. Lewis is a family physician who serves as the Chair for the healthcare division of one of the nation's largest labor unions. In this episode we learn how Dr. Lewis became involved in advocacy and community service. You can learn more about the CIR at: cirseiu.org.

  • An Interview with Dr. Frank Schembri

    An Interview with Dr. Frank Schembri

    01/06/2014 Duración: 25min

    Today on Radio Rounds, Host Lakshman Swamy interviews Dr. Frank Schembri, a pulmonary critical care physician at Boston Medical Center about his interests in ultrasound and medical education.

  • An Interview with Dr. Auguste Fortin

    An Interview with Dr. Auguste Fortin

    13/05/2014 Duración: 22min

    Radio Rounds host Imran Ali speaks with Dr. Auguste Fortin, Director of Psychosocial Curriculum for the Yale Primary Care Internal Medicine Residency Program. The topic being about patient centered care, what is it and why do we need it. Also Dr . Fortin discusses how the human side of medicine can get lost in the flurry of rushed office visits and how the the advent of direct to consume advertising affects the doctor patient relationship.

  • An Interview with Dr. Tony Breu, Part 2

    An Interview with Dr. Tony Breu, Part 2

    28/04/2014 Duración: 20min

    This week, Radio Rounds host and director Lakshman Swamy sits down with Dr. Tony Breu, an internal medicine hospitalist and director of residency education at the Boston VA health care system. In part 2 of our series, the pair explores the many unique benefits of providing health care to our nation's hero's at the VA. For medical students, residents, physicians and the community, this conversation provides a fascinating window into one of the most important - and least understood - corners of American health care.

  • An Interview with Dr. Tony Breu, Part 1

    An Interview with Dr. Tony Breu, Part 1

    14/04/2014 Duración: 19min

    This week, Radio Rounds host and director Lakshman Swamy sits down with Dr. Tony Breu, teaching faculty at the West Roxbury VA Medical Center in Boston Massachusetts. The pair digs deep to explore how we can get creative in moving medical education forward by redefining the time, place and format of how we learn. The first step? Breaking down age-old fears of being "uninteresting" or, even worse, just plain wrong. Join us as we discuss the next stage in the evolution of physician training.

  • An Interview with Therese Zink

    An Interview with Therese Zink

    06/04/2014 Duración: 21min

    This week, on the five-year anniversary episode of Radio Rounds, hosts Avash Kalra and Shamie Das sit down with Dr. Therese Zink, Chair of the Department of Family Medicine at Wright State University Boonshoft School of Medicine and author of The Country Doctor Revisited, a collection of essays and short stories that explore the practice of health care in rural settings. Join us for a conversation about the evolution of rural medicine and the unique bond between physicians and patients in that setting. Learn more about Dr. Zink at www.theresezink.com.

  • An Interview with Charity Sunshine Tillemann-Dick

    An Interview with Charity Sunshine Tillemann-Dick

    24/03/2014 Duración: 19min

    Charity Sunshine Tillemann Dick, an American-born soprano, has performed in opera houses and concert halls across the United States, Europe, and Asia. She is also a survivor of a double lung transplant, which she received at the Cleveland Clinic in September 2009. Radio Rounds’s Imran Ali spoke by phone with her to find out more about her remarkable story of triumph, determination, and love for music.

  • An Interview with Bill Elder

    An Interview with Bill Elder

    16/03/2014 Duración: 22min

    Host John Corker sits down with Bill Elder, a medical student at Wright State University who serves as the literal face (both in the New York Times and in Congress) for 30,000 Cystic Fibrosis patients nationwide - and who is able to pursue his dream of becoming a doctor in large part due to a miracle drug that no one thought possible less than a decade ago. Join us for his story of devastating disease, a miraculous turnaround and his day in front of Congress representing sick and suffering patients all over the country. Hear more of Bill's story at The New York Times' "Faces of Cystic Fibrosis" page: http://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2009/06/10/health/healthguide/TE_CYSTIC_FIBROSIS.html?ref=health

  • An Interview with Matt MacGregor

    An Interview with Matt MacGregor

    02/03/2014 Duración: 20min

    Radio Rounds kicks off its 10th Season as host John Corker welcomes Timmy Global Health Executive Director, Matt MacGregor, back to the show. This time, MacGregor discusses TGH's partnership with AMA Insurance's MedPlus Advantage to bring a transformational Global Health Challenge to students across the country. This year, The Challenge will entrust its winning students with responsibility of a scope and magnitude never before seen in redefining the cutting edge of Global Health. Take 20 minutes to listen in, then take The Challenge...and encourage others to do the same.

  • An Interview with Dr. Sheryl Heron

    An Interview with Dr. Sheryl Heron

    15/12/2013 Duración: 28min

    Join us for this episode of Radio Rounds as we continue our discussion on strategies to mitigating the stress and burnout that occur throughout a physician's career, from training to practice. Dr. Sheryl Heron, an Emergency Physician and the Vice Chair of administrative affairs in the Department of Emergency Medicine at Emory University, will be sharing her insights in to how physicians can prepare themselves for a long, fulfilling career in medicine in an era of change. She share's how she recognized the signs in herself and took steps to take control and revive her passion for practicing medicine.

  • A Pulse piece by Dr. Edward Thompson

    A Pulse piece by Dr. Edward Thompson

    08/12/2013 Duración: 09min

    This episode of Radio Rounds features another piece from Pulse: Voices from the Heart of Medicine. Radio Rounds Host Imran Ali will be reading Dr. Edward Thompson's "Supersize Me", a narrative about his experience with an obese patient in denial that ultimately sounds a wake up call to all of us in the fight against obesity. While this fight may be a talking point for every physician and public health official, once obesity has a face, reality truly hits home.

  • An Interview with Steven Spear, Part 4

    An Interview with Steven Spear, Part 4

    01/12/2013 Duración: 15min

    This week, host Lakshman Swamy sits down with Steven Spear, Senior Lecturer at the MIT Sloan School of Management and is a Senior Fellow at the Institute for Healthcare Improvement as well as author of the The High Velocity Edge. We've been airing a four part series of our interviews with Steve Spear about his thoughts on medicine, modern healthcare, and the importance of improving what we do. Today, in part 4, we'll spend time exploring what it truly means to be a “learning organization”

  • An Interview with Steven Spear, Part 3

    An Interview with Steven Spear, Part 3

    24/11/2013 Duración: 12min

    This week, host Lakshman Swamy sits down with Steven Spear, Senior Lecturer at the MIT Sloan School of Management and is a Senior Fellow at the Institute for Healthcare Improvement as well as author of the The High Velocity Edge. This is episode three in a four part series of our interviews with Steve Spear about his thoughts on medicine, modern healthcare, and the importance of improving what we do. Today, in part 3, we'll talk about what happens when emergency medical centers improve patient wait times and how it is being accomplished.

  • An Interview with Steven Spear, Part 2

    An Interview with Steven Spear, Part 2

    17/11/2013 Duración: 14min

    This week, host Lakshman Swamy sits down with Steven Spear, Senior Lecturer at the MIT Sloan School of Management and is a Senior Fellow at the Institute for Healthcare Improvement as well as author of the The High Velocity Edge. We'll be airing a four part series of our interviews with Steve Spear about his thoughts on medicine, modern healthcare, and the importance of improving what we do. Today, in part 2, we'll talk about important lessons that medicine can learn from other areas of the private sector.

  • An Interview with Steven Spear, Part 1

    An Interview with Steven Spear, Part 1

    10/11/2013 Duración: 14min

    This week, host Lakshman Swamy sits down with Steven Spear, Senior Lecturer at the MIT Sloan School of Management and is a Senior Fellow at the Institute for Healthcare Improvement as well as author of the The High Velocity Edge. We'll be airing a four part series of our interviews with Steve Spear about his thoughts on medicine, modern healthcare, and the importance of improving what we do. Today, in part 1, we'll talk about perfecting the all-important patient "hand-off."

  • An Interview with Steve Nuanes

    An Interview with Steve Nuanes

    03/11/2013 Duración: 19min

    In this episode, Radio Rounds host and director John Corker sits down with Steve Nuanes - a fourth year Osteopathic medical student at NOVA Southeastern University in Florida - as he uses examples from his own training to illustrate the unique advantages and challenges associated with Osteopathic medical training, and to explain how DO physicians go back to the basics in order to provide the best possible care for their patients.

  • An Interview with Dr. David Roberts

    An Interview with Dr. David Roberts

    27/10/2013 Duración: 15min

    Today we'll hear from Dr. David Roberts, a pulmonary physician at the Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center (BIDMC). Among his many titles, Dr. Roberts is an Associate Professor of Medicine at Harvard Medical School and he directs the longitudinal 3rd year clerkship, The Principal Clinical Experience (PCE) at BIDMC. This program puts Dr. Roberts on the front lines of medical education. We met at the national convention for the Association of American Medical Colleges in San Francisco, California, to discuss the shifting medical education paradigm and unique aspects of his PCE curriculum.

página 2 de 6

Informações: