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We know clinicians are tired. They spend hours and hours each week entering data into EHRs, checking protocol, and hopefully, treating patients. This is about an hour every week where they can come to talk about the things they love, the things that burn them out, and the reason they got into this in the first place. The next time you're post-call, or even if you just feel like it, spend it with us.

We know clinicians are tired. They spend hours and hours each week entering data into EHRs, checking protocol, and hopefully, treating patients. This is about an hour every week where they can come to talk about the things they love, the things that burn them out, and the reason they got into this in the first place. The next time you're post-call, or even if you just feel like it, spend it with us.
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We know clinicians are tired. They spend hours and hours each week entering data into EHRs, checking protocol, and hopefully, treating patients. This is about an hour every week where they can come to talk about the things they love, the things that burn them out, and the reason they got into this in the first place. The next time you're post-call, or even if you just feel like it, spend it with us.

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240-221-2400


Episodes

Introducing our new co-host Emi Okamoto, MD

5/17/2019
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introducing the new cohost of the MDedge Postcall Podcast, Emi Okamoto, MD. In this episode, Dr. Okamoto and Nick take the MDedge weekly quiz, dive into 2019 annual meeting of the American Academy of Neurology and get to know Dr. Okamoto, or Emi as she prefers. Emi talks about what she does to unwind after a long day, what advice she'd give trainees as a new attending, and more. You can email Emi and Nick at podcasts@mdedge.com and you can follow Nick on Twitter at @Tribnic Time...

Duration:00:27:38

Improving physician practices: Doron Schneider

5/10/2019
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Doron Schneider, MD, joins Nick from the 2019 annual internal medicine meeting of the American College of Physicians to talk about a precourse he led on improving practice efficiency. Dr. Schneider is with Abbington Hospital which is now a part of the Jefferson Health Family of Thomas Jefferson University and the Sidney Kimmel Medical College. He told Nick about what bringing in a coach can do for your practice, and who it's important to collaborate. Remember, you can contact the show...

Duration:00:32:00

Beating Burnout Together: From IM2019

5/3/2019
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Eileen Barrett, MD, wants to help doctors beat burnout. After her pre-course at Internal Medicine 2019, the annual meeting of the American College of Physicians, in Philadelphia, Dr. Barrett spoke with Postcall host Nick Andrews about the real problem of physician burnout and how it exacerbates other underlying issues. She uses a famous quote from Anna Karenina to illustrate the issue as she sees it (07:02). She also tells an anecdote about how a passing comment in her hospital turned into...

Duration:00:28:32

Women in leadership: IM2019

4/26/2019
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Nick talks to Fariah Shafi, MD about women in medical leadership now and moving forward.

Duration:00:33:06

RVU medicine and physician loneliness

4/19/2019
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In episode 25, Richard Wenzel, MD, joins nick to talk about his article in the New England Journal of Medicine on RVU medicine and physician loneliness Nick would love to hear from you with your suggestions, ideas, feedback, or questions. You can email the show at podcasts@mdedge.com and you can follow him on Twitter at @Tribnic. You can read Dr. Wenzel's article here.

Duration:00:24:30

ICYMI: Samuel Shem, House of God: Part II

4/13/2019
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In this episode, Nick continues his conversation with Samuel Shem.

Duration:00:32:43

ICYMI: Samuel Shem: The House of God

4/5/2019
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Doctor Stephen Bergman now goes by Samuel Shem and lives outside Boston, but in the 1970s, he published arguably one of the most impactful books on medicine in recent memory -- the cult classic, the House of God Newsweek named the House of God the second best satirical piece of fiction of all time behind Don Quixote. In this conversation, Shem tells me about his motivation for the House of God and reveals that there will be a sequel in 2019 on the current state of medicine.

Duration:00:40:43

Art & Medicine: Colleen Farrell, MD - Part II

3/29/2019
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Colleen Farrell, MD, is back for part II of her conversation with Nick on her Medical Humanities Twitter chat group. You can contact the show by emailing podcasts@mdedge.com or on Twitter @MDedgeTweets. You can follow Nick on Twitter @tribnic, and Dr. Farrell @colleenmfarrell.

Duration:00:26:07

Medical Humanities: Colleen Farrell - Part I

3/22/2019
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Colleen Farrell is a medical resident who started a twitter chat aimed at marrying humanities and medicine. Contact us: podcasts@mdedge.com Nick Andrews Twitter: @Tribnic

Duration:00:34:07

Piano and the Brain: Alex Leow - Part II

3/15/2019
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Contact us: podcasts@mdedge.com Nick Andrews Twitter: @Tribnic

Duration:00:22:01

Piano, Music, and Science: Alex Leow - Part I

3/8/2019
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Contact us: podcasts@mdedge.com Nick on Twitter: @tribnic Alex Leow, MD, PhD, is both a psychiatrist and a classical pianist. She joins host Nick Andrews to discuss her work as a clinician, medical educator, and researcher, as well as how music is a refuge from the daily grind.

Duration:00:27:04

Burnout and Parenting: Kirti Magudia and Thomas Ng - Part II

3/1/2019
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Kirti Magudia, MD, and Thomas Ng, MD, continue their conversation with host Nick Andrews, sharing their experiences as parents of young children as well as early career physicians. Dr. Magudia and Dr. Ng, both diagnostic radiology fellows at Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Boston, discuss traditional ways of mitigating against burnout – practices such as exercise, meditation, and carving out self-care time – as well as finding meaning in researching and advocating for work-life integration...

Duration:00:23:40

Parental leave in top med schools: Kirti Magudia, Thomas Ng - Part I

2/22/2019
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Kirti Magudia, MD, and Thomas Ng, MD, join Nick to talk about their research regarding family leave in the nation's top medical schools. The research was published in JAMA. Dr. Magudia talks about their experience doing this research, what they learned, and what the next steps are. Contact us: podcasts@mdedge.com Nick Andrews Twitter: @Tribnic

Duration:00:27:03

500 Women in Medicine: Part II

2/15/2019
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Contact us: podcasts@mdedge.com Contact 500 WIM: Medicine@500WomenScientists.org 500 WIM online: http://bit.ly/2DYqMEe 500 WIM Twitter: @500wim Kate Gerrul Twitter: @KateGerull Maren Loe Twitter: @maren_loe Nick Andrews Twitter: @tribnic Kate Gerrul and Maren Loe founded the non-profit 500 Women in Medicine. Ms. Gerull and Ms. Loe are third-year medical students at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis. According to Gerull and Loe, the aim is to create a network of...

Duration:00:25:27

500 Women in Medicine: Part I

2/8/2019
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Contact us: podcasts@mdege.com Contact 500 WIM: Medicine@500WomenScientists.org 500 WIM online: http://bit.ly/2DYqMEe 500 WIM Twitter: @500wim Kate Gerrul Twitter: @KateGerull Maren Loe Twitter: @maren_loe Nick Andrews Twitter: @tribnic Kate Gerulland Maren Loe founded the non-profit 500 Women in Medicine. Ms. Gerull and Ms. Loe are third-year medical students at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis. According to Gerull and Loe, the aim is to create a network of...

Duration:00:15:42

Burnout, Podcasting, and Oncology Pearls

2/1/2019
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Contact us: podcasts@mdedge.com Nick on Twitter: @tribnic David Henry, MD, is the host of Blood & Cancer, the official podcast of MDedge Hematology/Oncology. In this episode, Nick and Dr. Henry discuss advances and excitement in the oncology as well as the opportunities that podcast provides and tips for dealing with burnout.

Duration:00:28:26

Getting your book published: Monique Tello Part II

1/25/2019
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Contact us: podcasts@mdedge.com Twitter: @mdedgetweets Monique Tello, MD, is back this week for part II of her conversation with Nick Andrews. Last week, Dr. Tello spoke about her experience being cyberbullied by anti-vaccination protesters. This week, Dr. Tello talks about how she got her new book published and how you can, too.

Duration:00:23:02

Bullied by antivaxxers: Monique Tello Part I

1/18/2019
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Dontact the show: podcasts@mdedge.com MDedge on Twitter: @MDedgeTweets Dr. Tello on Twitter: @drmoniquetello Anti-vaccination protesters targeted Monique A. Tello, MD, MPH (http://bit.ly/2QSYMoB), in late summer 2018 by leaving bad online ratings and writing false and defamatory comments in her online profiles. Dr. Tell wrote about her experience in a blog post (http://bit.ly/2FyR1Dd) where she opened up about how difficult the process has been, and how she has found support in a...

Duration:00:22:19

Ray Barfield Part II: Philosophy and Medicine

1/11/2019
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Contact us: podcasts@mdedge.com Ray Barfied, MD, is professor of pediatrics and of Christian philosophy at Duke University. In part I of the conversation, Dr. Barfield and MDedge host Nick Andrews discussed physician burnout and Dr. Barfield’s journey back to medicine. In this episode, Dr. Barfield and Nick discuss philosophy and science. You can listen to part I of this conversation here: http://bit.ly/2QxXAHh

Duration:00:28:09

Ray Barfield Part I: Burning Out, Moving On

1/9/2019
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Raymond Barfield, MD (http://bit.ly/2TplWVi), nearly left medicine altogether after experiencing burnout. Now, he joins the Postcall Podcast to discuss why he's back, what he's working on to prevent burnout, and how he wants to remake pre-med education. You can read more from Dr. Barfield's story here: http://bit.ly/2R78zwn

Duration:00:24:01