We've collected links to some of the top podcast resources for primary care physicians.
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Here are the top 10 podcast resources for primary care physicians
The American Academy of Family Physicians offers a collection of podcasts that address key topics in healthcare information technology for primary care physicians.
PeerView Press podcasts provide audio highlights from “from world-renowned key opinion leaders in multiple therapeutic areas.”
iPsyc.com offers free behavioral health podcasts for primary care.
Doctor’s Digest offers a variety of concise and informative practice management podcasts, including podcasts that focus on best practices in patient safety, marketing for the primary care physician, primary care and the patient-centered medical home, patient-physician communication, and practicing evidence-based medicine.
BMJ podcasts cover a wide range of topics, from careers and education to epidemiology and public health.
ReachMD podcasts for primary care physicians “provide access to thousands of interviews and programs from globally recognized thought-leaders in medicine.”
New England Journal of Medicine
The NEJM offers two podcasts: “NEJM This Week,” which features summaries of articles in each week’s issue; and “NEJM Interviews,” which feature Q&As with key thought leaders in medicine and healthcare, along with PDFs of related articles.
HIMSS Physician Community
The HIMSS/AMDIS Physician Community offers the Physician Community Podcast Series, an interview series hosted by William Bria, MD, that focuses on “issues of interest to physicians involved in healthcare IT and management systems in hospital and health system settings.”
The Journal Watch Clinical Conversations audio podcasts features summaries of news and studies from leading clinical medical journals, along with comments from subscribers and interviews with physicians and other healthcare leaders.
The Primary Care Network
The Primary Care Network CME podcasts are “fair and balanced, evidence-based, independent, and based on scientific rigor.” Available podcasts cover topics in diabetes, GERD, gout, hypertension, irritable bowel syndrome, and pain management.