Rural Relevant Podcasts

If you have a link to a podcast channel that others will appreciate, please share it with us so we can include it below.  Send your email to jennak@srpc.ca

Rural & Remote Resuscitation Rounds Podcast

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❧ RnR Rounds Podcast is FOAMed, so feel free to share it with anyone you think might get a kick out of it!  The podcast is an independent but complimentary arm of the accredited RnR Rounds Simulation Program.

❧ RnR Rounds Podcast has no academic disclosures or other financial interests in industry.  Any connection to  "products" mentioned during episodes will be clearly declared at that time.

❧ RnR Rounds Podcast covers real world cases from Rural & Remote Emergency Departments in Canada.

 ❧ If you have an interesting rural emergency case you would like to share (i.e. as an episode of the RnR Rounds Podcast), please contact us!  We'd like to invite you to contribute!

❧ All cases are modified to provide anonymity to community, patients and staff.

❧ Information shared on this podcast is provided to spark listener contemplation.  We offer learning points with each episode and will make our best efforts to ensure teaching is up to date at the time of recording, "correct" and in keeping with Evidence Based Medicine (EBM).  However, the listener must also understand that EBM has significant limitations, particularly in rural locations and patient populations that often have poor overlap with the usual academic urban facilities, resources and patient populations which are under study.  The listener is always encouraged to think critically, and consider the applicability of this podcast's advice and recommendations in the context of the listener's own practice environment.  

❧ Yes these bullets appear to be turnips.  Turnips are an excellent source of vitamin C, folate, phosphorus & calcium!  See? You're even learning something on this About-Podcast page! 

The Skeptics’ Guide to Emergency Medicine (SGEM) Podcast

The SGEM tried to cut the knowledge translation gap from over ten years down to less than one year. It does this by using a podcast and blog critically appraising the recent literature. The ultimate goal of the SGEM is for patients to get the best care, based on the best evidence.

The Skeptic’s Guide to Emergency Medicine is a project in process. I am always trying to make it better. This means feedback is important and appreciated. If you have a comment, suggestion or advice on how I can make TheSGEM better please let me know.

Perhaps you have a show idea or paper you would like covered? Maybe you would like TheSGEM to highlight your Journal Club. Whatever your comments are just send me an email.

TheSGEM@gmail.com

Dr. Ken Milne

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Really Rural Surgery and Obstetrics podcast


Really Rural Surgery and Obstetrics is an educational medical podcast series that analyzes relevant surgical studies in the context of rural surgery in Canada. While its intended audience is Enhanced Surgical Skills family physicians, the content is relevant to anyone participating in surgery in rural and remote areas.

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