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Anamnesis is a podcast from MedPage Today where health professionals share stories reveling in intangible lessons beyond EMRs and ICD codes. We honor and highlight the humanity and soul of caring for people -- patients and one another. Each episode features 2 or 3 physicians who share their stories around a particular theme with musical interludes from musician doctors and clinicians. In-between-isodes feature reports from recent medical conferences about stories shared there and a brief run ...
 
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This has been a bit of a tough summer for everyone in healthcare. Our worlds have been a bit topsy-turvy, to say the least. That makes this all the more important of a time to remember to celebrate wins, of all sizes. Times are tough, remember every day of our lives is still riddled with victories. Some are small — a patient who listened to your ad…
 
There are few things more core to the pillars of medicine than the concept of "empathy." Now empathy is something we hear about from day one in medical school, nursing school, or PA school. Hey, it's even something we hear in pre-med! It's probably something we even wrote about in our admissions essays. And that's because empathy is a critical part…
 
This Anamnesis episode is called “Eureka.” In medicine, a "eureka moment" usually comes for us through special patients. As much as we teach patients, they teach us so much more. Chapter 1. The Death of One Little Girl Helped Millions (4:28): A case more than 35 years ago has spurred discoveries ever since. Story by Kevin Tracey, MD. Chapter 2. Scr…
 
This episode on "Abandoned" is about what happens when you are out there all alone -- whether it's because you're physically sequestered, or feeling like it's you versus the establishment, or you versus the world. Those are trying times, but learning ones for everyone involved. Chapter 1. People Died. The Establishment Played Games (3:10): Here's w…
 
This Anamnesis episode is called "At a Loss." And that can mean a lot of things -- at a loss for words, at a loss for any certainty, and for us in healthcare, it often means a loss of a patient. Chapter 1. Growing Close Then Saying Goodbye (3:00): How helping a sick colleague became a friendship. Story by Debashish Bose, MD, PhD. Chapter 2. A Broke…
 
“Taboo” is a really complex concept in medicine. As healthcare workers treating patients, we are, in a way, stewards of secrets — secrets for patients, for our peers, and for our specialties. Chapter One, I Was Pregnant and Swallowed a Handfuls of Pills : (3:23): She wanted to end her life, now she wants to end the stigma surrounding depression. St…
 
Research presented at the virtual IDWeek conference touched on how COVID-19 has affected a wide swath of issues in infectious diseases, from HIV infections to antibiotic stewardship. Even broader public health issues, such as treating opioid use disorder, were not immune to the pandemic's effects. In this "in-between-isode" of MedPage Today's podca…
 
Our infectious disease reporter Molly Walker interviews Anthony Fauci, MD, National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases Director. They discuss a promising line of attack on COVID-19 that has flown under media attention compared with vaccines, convalescent plasma, or hydroxychloroquine. Episode produced by MedPage Staff Hosted and sound eng…
 
You're joining us on Anamnesis, a podcast about medicine ... but the things about medicine that aren't drugs and protocols and studies, the things about medicine that are hard to articulate, that make us come back for more, that keep us engaged in this crazy, mixed-up world we get to participate in, called "caring." Caring for patients, caring for …
 
Today, we’re covering the theme Stolen Identity. Because right now, more than ever, with racism on our minds and protests across the country, identity is all about who we are as a country and as healers. Because in medicine, we interact with all walks of life – all types of ethnicities, of race, of socioeconomic classes. We see cops and prisoners. …
 
Undoubtedly these are hard times from the world — and particularly medicine. Like many of you, I’m a front-liner as an ER doctor. And we’re all in the same boat. Some of you may be quarantined, some may be sick, some of you may have your work shut down, while others are overwhelmed. These are scary and uncertain times for all and this couldn’t be a…
 
ORLANDO -- In this in-between-isode, MedPage's Deputy Managing Editor, Ian Ingram, reports highlights presented at ASH 2019, the annual meeting of the American Society of Hematology. Investigators presented noteworthy findings on CAR-T for blood cancers, an innovative gene therapy for sickle cell disease, and advancements in making newer therapeuti…
 
Friendship shows up in sometimes unexpected ways in medicine. There are moments when the nurse can't get an IV, and the doctor steps in with the ultrasound to help, when the tech starts to tire from doing chest compressions and a student steps behind him, ready to take over. These are the signs of a great team, and more importantly than anything, t…
 
Our senior editor dives into the GI hot topics covered at this year's ACG meeting SAN ANTONIO -- This year's American College of Gastroenterology meeting featured noteworthy presentations on topics such as functional bowel disease, eosinophilic esophagitis, and research in Crohn's disease and ulcerative colitis. Episode produced by Charles Bankhead…
 
We kick off our new season with "Rebirth." Rebirth is an interesting concept in medicine because, for patients, it means one thing. It can mean the patient who hits rock bottom and is finally ready to make a change in their lives. It can mean a new organ in a patient, a literal rebirth for both the donor and the receiver. From the physician side, t…
 
Reporter Molly Walker looks at the broad spectrum of infectious disease topics covered at this year's IDWeek meeting. WASHINGTON -- From flu to HIV to the measles outbreak, this year's IDWeek meeting explored noteworthy infectious disease research. Episode produced by Molly Walker Hosted and sound engineering by Greg Laub Music by Jason Asistores, …
 
We see things that make sense – like “oh you eat a supersize bag of flaming hot Cheetos, and now you have chest pain?” – that makes sense. But sometimes we see things with no explanation, that make no sense, that might make you believe life is unfair, or that give you new hope in the universe. Sometimes we see miracles, sometimes we see tragedies –…
 
In this "in-between-isode" of Anamnesis, MedPage reporters Joyce Frieden and Shannon Firth share highlights from AMA 2019, the annual meeting of The American Medical Association. CHICAGO -- Members of the AMA House of Delegates gathered to elect officers, address policy, vote on a host of measures, and ... plunge into controversy. Episode produced …
 
Some of our stories have been a bit more heart, some of ours have been a bit more soul – and in this episode we’re a bit more brain, with our theme “Today I Learned”. If you think back to your medical school admissions essay… we probably all talked “helping people” and “life long learning,” and that was before you even practiced medicine and knew w…
 
Grit is a lot of things. Grit is the nastiness you discover in the corner of the room, when you move out of your med school apartment after 4 years of lots of studying and no deep cleaning… Grit is what you and your trauma patient are covered in when a crazy country circus clown decides it’s a good idea to ride a horse, drunk, and shoot off home-ma…
 
In this "in-between-isode" of Anamnesis, MedPage reporter Elizabeth Hlavinka shares highlights presented at AAN 2019, the annual meeting of The American Academy of Neurology. PHILADELPHIA -- Learn why AAN 2019, was 'The Year of NMO', neuromyelitis optica spectrum disorder. Episode produced by Elizabeth Hlavinka Hosted and sound engineering by Greg …
 
Anamnesis comes from a Greek word meaning “remembrance”, and also has come to mean “the remembering of things from a supposed previous existence.” And that’s what we do here – we feature the recounting of amazing tales, heart wrenching accounts and poignant stories from physicians who do it every day. Now, we bring you a different theme to explore:…
 
In the first "in-between-isode" of MedPage Today's new Podcast series, Anamnesis, two of our reporters -- Kristen Monaco and Elizabeth Hlavinka -- discuss some highlighted abstracts presented at the meeting. NEW ORLEANS -- At ENDO 2019, the annual meeting of The Endocrine Society, some of the spotlighted research included advancements in diabetes, …
 
The Anamnesis podcast is about exploring transformative moments in medicine – the ones that we hold for our lives in remembrance -- that change who we are as clinicians. So it is only appropriate, here on our first episode of Anamnesis, that we open with our Theme of “First Time”. The path to becoming a clinician is filled with firsts – there is no…
 
The new podcast from MedPage Today is for physicians and clinicians, all about the narrative side of medicine. With the demise of doctors lounges and increasing feeling of isolation and burnout, we believe that the power of shared story can help heal the healers. To re-calibrate and remind us all of why we do what we do. The new podcast will honor …
 
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