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The Curious Clinicians

The Curious Clinicians

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The Curious Clinicians is a medical podcast that asks "why?". Why do diseases present in certain ways? What are the mechanisms of treatments we use? Why does the human body function as it does? Join us to explore these questions and many more.
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This show simplifies nutrition for the busy medical professional. Feel confident answering your patient's nutrition questions. Together with her guests, Colleen Sloan, a Pediatric Physician Assistant and Registered Dietitian, offer practical strategies that bridge the gap between nutrition and medicine. This to-the-point podcast empowers Doctors, Physician Assistants, Nurse Practitioners and other healthcare providers with the nutrition education you need to transform lives. You'll be equipp ...
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Do you struggle with practical aspects of working as a clinician, such as finding the right job, time-keeping, inefficient systems and medico-legal risk? This podcast is about addressing these issues: Every Tuesday, in under 15 minutes, we take-on a topic and discuss it's implications. We then explore what you, as a working clinician, should do about it. The Clinician's Survival Guide is about making you as efficient as possible, and helping you find practical solutions to the challenges you ...
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Win back your freedom, and make more profit while providing the best possible care for your patients. I'm Dr. Natty Bandasak, and I am the CEO & Owner of Myokinetix Physical Therapy & Performance. Four years ago, I started my clinic from scratch and built it into a 7-figure business. On this podcast, I’m going to share the secrets of how I did exactly that and talk to some of the awesome people who are determined to shake up the industry. Be sure to follow the podcast on your favorite platfo ...
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Clinicians Creating Impact is a show for physical therapists, occupational therapists, speech therapists, and speech-language pathologists who want to find the next right answer and create more impact. Each week, Clinical Director and Owner of Abilities Neurological Rehabilitation, Heather Branscombe, shares valuable tips, tools, information, and learnings to help therapists find clients, stop overworking, make more money, and make hard conversations easier, so that they can create a bigger ...
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Tune in to interviews with the top thought leaders in medicine exploring the clinical and professional issues that are foremost in the minds of the medical community. Join us at the Clinician's Roundtable for discussions on a vast range of topics that every medical professional should know about.
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Welcome to our podcast dedicated to optimizing mental health workspaces and improving clinician workflows. Join us as we share invaluable resources, tips, tricks, and hacks accumulated over 30 years of experience as a pediatric mental health champion. Discover innovative strategies for managing mental health crises, enhancing patient care, and maximizing workplace efficiency. Whether you're looking to streamline your processes, enhance crisis management skills, or create a supportive environ ...
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Spanish for Creative Clinicians

Antonio "Tony" Milland-Santiago, MT-BC

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Hola Familia! Are you a creative clinician working with Spanish speaking clients? Do you want to connect with them in more meaningful ways? Then you are in the right place! The Spanish for Creative Clinicians Podcast was created to provide you with guides, tips & tools, as well as in-depth interviews with Spanish speaking clinicians from a variety of countries that will equip you to have more engaging sessions with your Spanish speaking clients. It's like learning clinical Spanish skills fro ...
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Clinician's guide to healthy kids

Health and Wellbeing Queensland

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Clinician's guide to healthy kids is an initiative of Health and Wellbeing Queensland. This podcast series aims to equip healthcare professionals with expert insights, empowering them to collaborate with children and their families to build healthy habits together. The podcast series explores a diverse range of topics including sleep, nutrition, physical activity, healthy growth and disordered eating in children. By offering practical advice tailored for health professionals, this podcast se ...
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This episode is about finding the right job. It takes the position that clinicians don't always make the wisest choices when looking for a job, and there are numerous examples of this being realised much later. Whilst generic advice can't possibly take into account every person's individual needs, the episode covers five common mistakes that clinic…
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Welcome to the Veterinary Breakroom! In the breakroom, Alyssa Watson, DVM, Beth Molleson, DVM, and Katie Berlin, DVM, discuss the important, relevant topics affecting veterinarians today. In this episode, Drs. Alyssa, Beth, and Katie take a trip down memory lane to reflect on the impact of advice they were given early in their careers. They share s…
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Do you struggle with giving negative feedback or receiving it yourself? When you need to deliver feedback to a colleague, a patient, or anyone else you encounter regularly, it's normal to feel very uncomfortable. As clinicians, we're naturally relationship-focused. In many ways, this is a superpower. However, being relationship-focused can be a lia…
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In this conversation, Natty and Custin discuss the importance of having a balance between systems and people in running a performance clinic. They emphasize that a good system is necessary to put people into, as it allows for efficiency and effectiveness. However, they also highlight the importance of the human touch and connection in a trust-based…
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The Curious Clinicians answer a fascinating historical perspective: what was the role of antibiotics in ancient society? Watch this episode on our new YouTube channel here, and read the show notes here! Click here to obtain AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™ (0.5 hours), Non-Physician Attendance (0.5 hours), or ABIM MOC Part 2 (0.5 hours). Audio edited by…
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Send Colleen a Text Message Get the FREE guide to interpreting Growth Charts here: In this episode, we dive deep into the world of pediatric growth charts with Kat, the Failure to Thrive Dietitian. We explore how to effectively use growth charts, identify red flags, and provide sensitive and practical advice to families dealing with underweight and…
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YOUR attitude has a LOT to do with what happens next. LISTEN to this before moving onto further episodes. This episode highlights the key role that our own attitude has on our success and why, despite being highly qualified professionals, we might not be that clever when it comes to attitude. The episode is a foundation for subsequent episodes and …
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In this episode, host Alyssa Watson, DVM, is joined by Alex Blutinger, VMD, DACVECC, to talk about his recent Clinician’s Brief article, “Stabilization Following Vehicular Trauma Prior to Tertiary Referral.” Dr. Blutinger gives a thorough review of the approach to trauma cases—emphasizing management of hemorrhages—and the steps we can take to stabi…
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A trip to the cardiologist is not always possible for every patient with myxomatous mitral valve disease (MMVD), which is why it is critical for the general practitioner to feel confident in the management of MMVD. In this episode of Clinician’s Brief Partner Podcast, host Dr. Beth Molleson sits down with cardiologist Dr. Wendy Ware to discuss the …
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A topic that always comes up in my chats with clinicians is work-life balance. It's such a personal concept, meaning different things to different people, and that's what we're diving into today. Explore how to achieve a work-life balance that’s right for you. Learn about treating it like a science project, adjusting as circumstances change, and un…
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Send Colleen a Text Message Have you ever been in the formula room in your clinic? Do you ever feel like it's a sea of names and, if you're being honest, you have no idea what you're looking at? I completely understand. When I first started in pediatrics, I felt the same way. On today's episode, we are simplifying the world of infant formulas. You'…
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Do you encounter challenges and limitations that prevent you from delivering the high quality of care you aspire to? Difficulties and systems that prevent you from having fulfilment in your work? Things that are clearly not the way they should be? The Clinician's Survival Guide is about making you as productive and efficient as possible, and helpin…
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Welcome to the Veterinary Breakroom! In the breakroom, Alyssa Watson, DVM, Beth Molleson, DVM, and Katie Berlin, DVM, discuss the important, relevant topics affecting veterinarians today. The veterinary shortage has been a topic of great debate in the industry for years. And, recently, the AAVMC withdrew its commissioned report on the supply and de…
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Send Colleen a Text Message This is part 2 of Ask the Dietitian: Cancer Nutrition. Today we welcome back Oncology PA, Dane Thomas and oncology Dietitian, Julie Lanford who continue the conversation about the crucial role of nutrition in cancer treatment and survivorship. As more individuals live beyond a cancer diagnosis, the importance of dietary …
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Neurodiversity is an important topic. As a society, we’re becoming increasingly more aware of the differences in how we think and interact as individuals. As clinicians especially, we’re trained to recognize neurodiversity when others may not see it, and we have a wonderful opportunity to help our neurodivergent colleagues show up exactly as they a…
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Send Colleen a Text Message Welcome to a new format that I'll be bringing to the podcast occasionally. I call it, Ask the Dietitian, where I feature 2 guests. One is a medical professional with nutrition questions and the other is a Registered Dietitian ready to provide answers. Today's conversation is between Oncology PA Dane Thomas and oncology D…
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The Curious Clinicians answer a sweet question about a new medication: Why do SGLT2 inhibitors cause erythrocytosis? Watch this episode on our new YouTube channel here, and read the show notes here! Click here to obtain AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™ (0.5 hours), Non-Physician Attendance (0.5 hours), or ABIM MOC Part 2 (0.5 hours). Audio edited by Cla…
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Thinking about your clients or your workload while you're away from work isn't necessarily a problem. However, when it crosses the line into overthinking and you need a little help taking your mind away from work so you can get the rest and relaxation you really need, this episode is for you. Tune in this week to discover a quick tip to disconnect …
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Send Colleen a Text Message A gluten-free diet is the definitive treatment for patients with celiac disease, but it's not so easy to follow. Patients might ask you, "What foods can I eat?", "What can't I eat?", "Will a breadcrumb harm me?", "Do I have to eat like this forever?", "Should I take any vitamins?" Today I'm joined by Selena Devries, a Re…
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In this episode, Natty and Chestin discuss the importance of having systems and processes in place for business growth. They emphasize that growth creates problems, and without a proper framework, these problems can become insurmountable. They highlight the success of franchises, which have clearly defined operating systems, and compare it to the h…
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Welcome to the Veterinary Breakroom! In the breakroom, Alyssa Watson, DVM, and Beth Molleson, DVM, discuss the important, relevant topics affecting veterinarians today. With women veterinarians outnumbering men since 2009, we asked: Is this one field where women have achieved gender equality? Tune in as we discuss how salary, specialty credentials,…
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I'm all about adding more fun into my life, as I'm sure you are too. But how do you add more fun into your days at work as a clinician? Not everybody sees having fun at work as important, but for me, having at least some fun at work is a necessity. Discover some concepts and practical strategies that will help you add more fun to your work days. I …
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Send Colleen a Text Message "My baby spits up a lot!" What the mom is actually saying to you as the clinician: "I'm really worried! Is something wrong with her?" and what the dad is saying, "Please, make it stop. I'm sick of being covered in vomit." Infant reflux is one of the most common concerns during routine well checks. Today I'm joined by Reg…
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The Curious Clinicians answer a gigantic oncologic and evolutionary question: Why don't elephants get (as much) cancer? Watch this episode on our new YouTube channel here, and read the show notes here! Click here to obtain AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™ (0.5 hours), Non-Physician Attendance (0.5 hours), or ABIM MOC Part 2 (0.5 hours). Audio edited by …
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In this episode, host Alyssa Watson, DVM, welcomes Christopher Pachel, DVM, DACVB, CABC, to discuss his recent Clinician’s Brief article, “Considerations for Behavioral Euthanasia in Dogs.” Dr. Pachel explores the challenging factors surrounding these cases, both leading up to the euthanasia decision and following it. He also shares practices and r…
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In this episode, Dr. Natty and Chestin discuss how to grow and scale a business in the healthcare industry. They emphasize the importance of raising the standard and standing out in a saturated market. They share strategies for differentiating oneself and creating brand awareness. They also highlight the significance of doing the basics consistentl…
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Do you have any drama at work? A lot of people will probably say yes to this because a little drama can feel like a normal part of being in a workplace. But while it is common, it doesn't need to feel normal. If it feels like you have some kind of drama to navigate on any given day in your work as a clinician, this episode is for you. Tune in this …
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Send Colleen a Text Message Let's be real - getting a meal on the table after a long work day is so tough. Juggling an infant and a wiggly picky toddler makes the mealtime experience exhausting. But yet, study after study proves family meals are crucial to children's mental, physical and emotional heath. In today's episode, we're joined by Register…
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Summary: In episode 14 of the BBW podcast, Dr. Lia addresses the critical topic of Mental Health for Pediatricians, discussing the pervasive issue of Burnout in Healthcare among pediatric professionals. Drawing from personal experiences, she describes how her own stint focusing solely on behavioral health led to a significant salary drop and emotio…
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Summary: In Episode 13 of the BBW podcast, Dr. Lia discusses the critical aspect of Mental Health Outcomes Measurement in the context of Integrated Behavioral Health. She emphasizes the necessity of collecting data to support implementation changes, secure funding, and enhance service delivery. Dr. Lia uses Suicide Prevention Screening as a primary…
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Summary: In episode 12 of Building Better Workflows titled "Getting Paid," Dr. Lia addresses essential pediatric coding guidelines and mental health billing strategies aimed at improving reimbursement for pediatric healthcare services. She begins by recommending the American Academy of Pediatrics' latest *Coding for Pediatrics* manual as a vital re…
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Summary: In the latest installment of the series, Dr. Lia delves into the pivotal aspect of collaboration and forging partnerships to elevate the quality of mental health services tailored for individuals facing crises. Her passion for event planning is evident as she advocates for a collective approach rather than an isolated endeavor in providing…
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Summary: In Episode 10 of the "Building Better Workflows" podcast, Dr. Lia discusses the essentials of pilot implementation in healthcare settings, focusing on the example of substance use screening. She advises starting small, suggesting a pilot with just one or two providers, and emphasizes the importance of setting SMART goals—specific, measurab…
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Summary: In Episode 9 of the BBW podcast titled "Create Your Implementation Plan," Dr. Lia discusses the critical steps needed to implement mental health initiatives effectively. Emphasizing the importance of mental health training, she suggests starting with clear short-term goals, utilizing available training resources such as mental health first…
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Summary: In episode 8 of the Building Better Workflows podcast, titled "Putting it All Together - Back to the Whiteboard," host Dr. Lia emphasizes the importance of mental health integration into existing practices. She guides listeners through revisiting initial survey data and identifying gaps in their services, such as inadequate substance use s…
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Summary: In episode 7 of the Building Better Workflows podcast, Dr. Lia discusses crucial topics related to suicide prevention, emphasizing the importance of having a robust mental health policy in healthcare settings. She begins by stressing the necessity for clear suicide prevention policies and thorough training for staff to manage crisis interv…
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Summary: The emphasizes the importance of maternal mental health screening using the Edinburgh screen, highlighting its role in assessing postpartum depression to support mothers and their babies. She sheds light on key developmental and mental health screenings like the developmental screening tools, ASQ and SWIC, and the AAP Bright Futures recomm…
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Summary: In Episode 5 of Building Better Workflows, Dr. Lia focuses on the importance of staff training in healthcare settings to enhance mental health support for patients. She recounts the challenges her practice faced when new processes, such as the PHQ-9 screens, were introduced without adequate training, emphasizing that effective training boo…
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Welcome to the Veterinary Breakroom! In the breakroom, Alyssa Watson, DVM, and Beth Molleson, DVM, discuss the important, relevant topics affecting veterinarians today. When a reporter for the New York Times recently issued a request for individuals to share their experiences of "being stuck with a big vet bill," Dr. Beth and Dr. Alyssa were concer…
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Summary: In Episode 4 of Building Better Workflows, Dr. Lia focuses on enhancing the capability of medical staff in managing mental health issues effectively within their practices. She emphasizes the importance of mental health assessment, comparing it to handling physical conditions like respiratory distress in children, suggesting that similar c…
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Summary: In episode 3 of "Building Better Workflows," Dr. Lia emphasizes the significance of thorough assessments in pediatric and maternal healthcare settings to enhance workflows. She introduces the concept of "office readiness" and provides a free downloadable tool available through her website. Dr. Lia discusses the importance of pediatric ment…
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Summary: In episode 2 of "Building Better Workflows," Dr. Lia addresses the challenge of implementing change in the context of the current mental health crisis. She introduces the concept of "paint done," emphasizing envisioning the optimal patient care experience to drive forward procedural enhancements, particularly surrounding mental health serv…
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Summary: In this inaugural episode of the "Building Better Workflows" podcast series, Dr. Lia emphasizes the critical objective of improving pediatric mental health care systems. Reflecting on her early challenges, she highlights the importance of learning effective techniques for pediatric suicide prevention, especially in assessing risk factors a…
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In this conversation, Dr. Natty Bandasak and Chestin Salisbury discuss the growing pains of running a business and the importance of having frameworks and systems in place to address challenges. They highlight the need for a strong marketing message and brand identity to attract the right leads and customers. They emphasize the importance of taking…
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Kit and Alex discuss the question and common thought we have as clinicians “do we have enough skills to assess and manage some of our patients?” Themes that emerge include: The practitioner’s experience of feeling a lack of worth in session and how this influences our interactions. How thoughts questioning our worth and knowledge can reduce staying…
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As clinicians, setting and keeping boundaries can feel difficult. This makes sense because we’re people who have a real desire to help others, and sometimes it’s challenging to put our own needs above other people’s. However, having boundaries as a clinician actually makes everything about your work easier and more enjoyable. Tune in this week to d…
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When we prescribe short-term steroids for pruritic dogs, do we really know what happens next? In this episode of Clinician’s Brief Partner Podcast, host Dr. Beth sits down with dermatologist Dr. Fiona Bateman to delve into a new study examining adverse events associated with short-term steroid use. Dr. Beth reflects on the impact these results can …
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Send Colleen a Text Message Do you think carbohydrates or dietary fat affect the liver more? Are there any liver superfoods that support liver function? Should patients do a liver cleanse? These are real questions patients ask when diagnosed with fatty liver. I'm joined by fellow PA/RD, Cassidy Mccandless, to breakdown the nutrition facts for fatty…
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Hold your breath for this one! The Curious Clinicians answer a puzzling pulmonary physiology question: Why can systemic pulmonary vasodilators worsen hypoxemia in COPD-associated pulmonary hypertension? Watch this episode on our new YouTube channel here, and read the show notes here! Click here to obtain AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™ (0.5 hours), Non…
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Welcome to the Building Better Workflows Podcast, your ultimate guide to optimizing your workflow in adolescent mental health care! Join us for a 14-part series packed with expert insights, practical tips, and strategies to streamline your practice. You’ll also hear about the comprehensive workbook that goes along with each episode, packed with tem…
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