Dr. Bradley Block, MD

THIS PODCAST ANSWERS THE QUESTION, “WHAT SHOULD WE HAVE BEEN LEARNING WHILE WE WERE MEMORIZING KREB’S CYCLE?”

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THIS IS A PRACTICAL GUIDE FOR PRACTICING PHYSICIANS AND OTHER HEALTHCARE PRACTITIONERS LOOKING TO IMPROVE IN ANY AND ALL ASPECTS OF OUR LIVES AND PRACTICES. PHYSICIAN AND NON-PHYSICIAN EXPERTS ARE INTERVIEWED ON A WIDE RANGE OF TOPICS TO HELP US HELP OUR PATIENTS, PRACTICES, COLLEAGUES, COMMUNITIES AND MOST OF ALL, OURSELVES.

Prescribing Change with Steve Vargo, OD, MBA

Steve Vargo, OD, MBA, is an optometrist and author, who recently published the book, Prescribing Change: How to Make Connections, Influence Decisions and Get Patients to Buy into Change. He wrote this book in order to give clinicians the tools to be more impactful...

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Hypermobile or Just Bendy with Linda Bluestein, MD

Dr. Linda Bluestein in the founder and sole proprietor at HypermobilityMD.com and host of the Bendy Bodies Podcast. We discuss how to distinguish hypermobility from a hypermobility disorder. We also discuss common, non-joint related pathologies that those with hypermobility connective tissue disorders may have...

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Learning How to Learn with the Medical Mnemonist, Chase DiMarco

This episode is very META. It is about learning how to learn. For the premeds, med students and residents, this is critical.  For those of us out and about in the world that need to recertify, this is a reminder that we never knew...

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The Secret to Being a Happy Doc from the Happiest Doc, Taylor Brana, DO

Dr. Taylor Brana is a Resident Physician in Psychiatry, Creator of The Happy Doc Podcast and developer of educational platforms that utilize voice-first technology. Our interview is really two separate interviews in one. In the first, we cover his podcast, where he interviews physicians...

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Hiring and Training Your Medical Practice Staff with Brent Lacey, MD

Brent Lacey, MD, is a gastroenterologist with a passion for financial management and career coaching.  He was able to pay off all of his student loans before finishing fellowship, and he got a big head start on his retirement savings. He felt God calling...

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Doctor, You’ve Been Served (Not in a Dance-Off), Part 2, with Gita Pensa, MD

This is part 2 of 2 of my discussion with Dr. Gita Pensa, emergency medicine physician and host of the educational podcast, “Doctors and Litigation: The L Word”, a narrative-style series about psychological and practical preparation for malpractice litigation.  We continue the discussion about...

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