This is not your usual podcast. To be fair, what has been the usual podcast with us? We have gone over certain papers and a few interviews, but this is a young podcast. It was important to give everyone an update on what is currently going on, and that is exactly what this podcast is all about.
Let us start by first congratulating all the PAs out there for yet another PA week. There is a lot of history to this young and well-liked profession. If you are unfamiliar of what a PA is or would like more information click here for our detailed review.
We need your help! If you are wanting to get involved in the FOAMED world or podcasting/blogging in general, this could be a great place to be. To keep things more interesting, co-hosts are crucial. There is a lot of work that needs to be done and sharing it with several people will make it easier. If this is at all of interest to you, please let us know. The best way to contact us is either through the website or emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org but you can contact us through Twitter or Facebook, as well.
Have you heard of The Podcasting Course? It is a two day course in Lexington, Kentucky all about podcasting. There will be many great instructors including world famous medical podcasters such as Scott Weingart and Ken Milne. If you are interested in doing your own podcast or like me and trying to learn more, this is the place to be next year.
Very soon TOTAL EM plans on being guests for two podcasts: The SGEM and the PAINE Podcast. This will be the second appearance with Ken Milne with the first being here. Both podcasts will be on the management of abscesses. Weirdly, a theme seems to be developing.
There are a number of potential upcoming podcasts. Let us know what you think. Most likely there will be a poll in the near future. Planned topics include the Vortex Approach (already recorded), a review on intubation (basics), anaphylaxis (as part of a basics for layperson or students discussion), qSOFA's validation study, a recent study on dexamethasone versus prednisone in adult asthma, and rants such as night shift etiquette.
Again, if you are interested in joining the podcast in any way, especially as a co-host, please use the contact information on this website, email through email@example.com, or use Facebook and Twitter. Otherwise, we hope to talk to you soon. Until then, continue to provide total care everywhere.