RoundTable podcasts

What Women Really Want

On today’s show, Emily is joined by three smart, sexy, and open women to talk about their sex lives–without sparing...

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What’s new in treating hip pain – FAI syndrome? Physio first or arthroscopy? Episode #337 BMJ Group
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What’s new in treating hip pain – FAI syndrome? Physio first or arthroscopy? Episode #337

Damian Griffin is the Professor of Trauma and Orthopaedic Surgery at the University of Warwick. He trained in...

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“Don’t mislabel nociceptors as pain fibres”. Lorimer Moseley on teaching pain science Ep:339 BMJ Group
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“Don’t mislabel nociceptors as pain fibres”. Lorimer Moseley on teaching pain science Ep:339

Thanks to Professor Lorimer Moseley for his 4th BJSM podcast over the last 4 years. Here he chats with final year...

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The use of cannabis in epilepsy, and surgery for tremor

Around 20-30% of patients with epilepsy can demonstrate resistance to commonly used medications. Cannabidiol (CBD) is...

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#20: Season 2, MTN RDY Community Roundtable

In 2017, Community is at the Fundamental Core of everything that we do and can be round at the root of contentment in...

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Multisport

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Sport 1st, disability 2nd. Paralympian Cheri Blauwet discusses SEM in elite disability sport #322 BMJ Group
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Sport 1st, disability 2nd. Paralympian Cheri Blauwet discusses SEM in elite disability sport #322

Dr. Cheri Blauwet is a leading and inspiring voice in sport and exercise medicine (SEM). She is a former Paralympic...

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What limits sporting performance? Is it in the muscles or does the mind matter? Dr Alex Hutchinson BMJ Group
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What limits sporting performance? Is it in the muscles or does the mind matter? Dr Alex Hutchinson

A great conversation between the fascinating Dr Alex Hutchinson and sports physiotherapist Chris Napier. Alex...

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Atoms: the ADC June 2018 issue in five minutes!

Editor-in-Chief of ADC Nick Brown brings you the monthly Atoms - the highlights of the June 2018 issue in a very...

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Running Biomechanics 101 with Chris Bramah. Episode #334 BMJ Group
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Running Biomechanics 101 with Chris Bramah. Episode #334

How do we assess running biomechanics? Does it translate to practice? BJSM editor Tej Pandya chats with Chris Bramah...

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Commuting and your cardiovascular health

In this episode of the Heart podcast, Digital Media Editor Dr James Rudd is joined by Dr Jenna Panter from the MRC...

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How would you solve a problem like an Archimedes?

Listen up folks! In the spirit of carefree nuns and clean mountain air, Archimedes has had a burst of newness. This...

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Time to catch the brain bus to learn from pain educators. Lorimer Moseley and Karim Khan. BMJ Group
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Time to catch the brain bus to learn from pain educators. Lorimer Moseley and Karim Khan.

Have you ever felt frustrated that research doesn’t get into the public domain? It’s stuck in journals, on shelves....

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Viral transfer during FMT linked to better outcomes in recurrent C. diff bacterial infections

Clostridium difficile (C. difficile, C. diff or CDI) is a bacterium associated with the intake of antibiotics which...

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Reducing neonatal brain injuries in England

The ambition to halve the number of deaths and brain injuries related to births by 2030 was announced by the...

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How severe is 'severe'?

In this episode of the Heart podcast, Digital Media Editor Dr James Rudd is joined by Dr Praveen Mehrotra, an echo...

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Epilepsy an evidence update

Is the mesial temporal lobe the seat of psychosis in epilepsy? James Allebone (University of Melbourne, Australia)...

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Anthem for football fitness. Football isn’t just fun, it’s broad-spectrum medicine. Ep #336 BMJ Group
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Anthem for football fitness. Football isn’t just fun, it’s broad-spectrum medicine. Ep #336

Dr Marcos Agostinho (@MarcMedMD) asks Professor Peter Krustrup (http://ow.ly/9slg30koLv1) about the history of...

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Transgender children and adolescents: practical and evidence-based approach for paediatricians

Considering the large increase in the number of children and adolescents who question conventional gender...

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Women in cardiology - breaking down the barriers

In this episode of the Heart podcast, Digital Media Editor DrJames Rudd is joined by Dr Cara Hendry from Manchester...

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Atoms: the ADC July 2018 issue in five minutes!

Editor-in-Chief of ADC Nick Brown brings you the monthly Atoms - the highlights of the July 2018 issue in a very...

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