On the November 2016 edition of the ASIPP Podcast we’ll list the didactic courses ASIPP has scheduled for next year; we’ll meet ASIPP’s new director of operations; in the news segment we’ll find out if pain is contagious, the latest medical marijuana news, some pediatric pain news, and much more; and we’ll wrap things up with a study about whether rats are ticklish.
On the October podcast we’ll learn what medical scribes are and what they do; in the news segment we’ll have stories about which NSAIDs have the greatest cardiac risk, acetaminophen’s effect on fetal neurodevelopment, a new prophylactic treatment for migraine, and much more; and we’ll wrap things up with a study about whether women find beards attractive.
On the September ASIPP Podcast we’ll talk to Ashley Brenton, PhD of Proove Biosciences about genetic tests that can help you decide a patient’s treatment plan; in the news segment we’ll learn about a common NSAID that could be important in the fight against cancer, giving codeine to children, pain perception in patients with Alzheimer disease and more; and we’ll end with a story about an elaborate cheating scheme during medical school exams.
In the August ASIPP podcast we’ll be talking with Christy Davies of Apex Biologix about the business potential of adding regenerative medicine procedures to your practice. Our news segment has a story about a pain medication showing promise as a treatment for Alzheimer disease, new hope for eliminating opioid tolerance, the pay gap between male and female doctors, and much more. Plus, the health hazards of bagpipes.
On the July ASIPP® Podcast, we’ll be talking with ASIPP®’s current president, Dr. Aaron Calodney. Our news segment this time has a number of medical marijuana stories, as well as stories about depressed medical residents, a gene that holds the key to potential pain treatments, and more. Plus, how getting a tattoo could be the key to curing the common cold.
In this month’s ASIPP® Podcast we take a look at some of the content of ASIPP®’s ICD-10-CM pocket book; learn about the amazing life of Dr. John Bonica, a pioneer of pain medicine; in the news segment we have a story about a pill that could prevent tooth decay, a spider that could hold the key to a new type of pain medication, the reason NSAIDs have such a cardiac risk, and much more.
The April ASIPP Podcast is a departure from its regular format. This month features a series of short interviews conducted at the recently concluded ASIPP 18th Annual Meeting in Dallas. If you didn’t attend the meeting, or even if you did, you are sure to find the interviews informative and interesting. Plus, the featured interview is with Dr. Jeff Petersohn, winner of this year’s Best Abstract.
In March 2016 ASIPP Podcast we’ll tell you about a great way ASIPP has come up with to help you make the transition to ICD-10-CM, we’ll talk with Nick Autrey of Medical Media about an exciting new service for ASIPP members, and in the news segment we’ll find out how opioids cause respiratory problems, the role of antibiotics in treating low back pain, another reason to tell your patients not to smoke, over-the-counter naloxone, and much more.
In this edition of the ASIPP Podcast we’ll have part 2 of our conversation with Dr. Hans Hansen about handling difficult patients. In the news segment we’ll hear about a painkiller more potent than morphine, but much safer; we’ll find out which medical specialty pays the most; a new study that hopes to answer the question if there is a relationship between pain and the weather and much more; and we’ll discover what singer-songwriter Bob Dylan has to do with medical publishing.
In the January episode of the ASIPP® Podcast we’ll be talking with Dr. Hans Hansen about dealing with difficult patients. In the news segment we’ll find out about smoking’s relationship with pain relief, what is required to prescribe medical marijuana in New York, the best and worst states for practicing medicine, and more. Finally, we find out which specialty prefers loud Top 40 music in the OR and which one prefers soft jazz.