Plug Into The Lancet, JAMA, and NEJM

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Listening to podcasts is a great way to keep informed while relaxing, commuting, or multi-tasking.  Three of the most popular medical publications in the world, The Lancet, JAMA,  and New England Journal of Medicine, offer a great selection of informative podcasts, available either through the publisher’s website or a podcast aggregator, such as iTunes or Stitcher.  Provided below are links to podcast pages and sample episodes.

The Lancet News

Sample Recent Podcast:

Audio icon June 27, 2014 (mp3, 27:11 mins, 24.8MB)
3D printing: in a special bumper podcast, we discuss the new 3D Print Exchange launched by the US National Institutes of Health, as well as the arrest of a former Novartis employee in Japan who stands accused of falsifying clinical data related to the hypertension drug valsartan. Also, the implications of India’s Supreme Court ruling to recognise a third gender.

The Lancet Weekly

Sample Recent Podcast:

Audio icon July 4, 2014 (mp3, 19:16 mins, 17.6MB)
Ursula Bauer, Richard Horton, and Rebecca Cooney discuss priorities for the prevention of chronic diseases in the US in the 21st century.

NEJM Weekly Audio Summary

Sample Recent Podcast:  NEJM This Week — July 3, 2014

 NEJM Interviews

Sample Recent Podcast:

Clinical Trial Transparency — Antidote to Weaker Off-Label-Promotion Rules? Interview with Professor Kevin Outterson on the FDA’s guidance on off-label promotion and the move toward clinical trial transparency.

JAMA Weekly Audio Summary

Sample Recent Podcast: No. 1  |  July 02, 2014 (06:37)

JAMA Author Interviews

Also check out the fine selection of medical podcasts from the UVA Health System on RadioMD.

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