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JAMA Clinical Reviews
Author interviews that explore the latest clinical reviews.
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4.6 stars from 444 ratings
Find someone like Ed Livingston
JAMA podcasts for reviews and education were really good, for the most part because of the value added by Dr. Livingston - his outstanding skills in presentation, sound, and the way he asked questions (mirrored what of the listener). Will you invest in someone of the above caliber so your...Read full review »
Ibzal via Apple Podcasts · New Zealand · 04/04/21
Unprofessional
How can a podcast be so shortsided as to have two men (white men?) declaring that there is no racism in the medical profession. First, that’s a sweeping idea - that there exists zero racism - and second, they are not the affected parties. By centering themselves at the table, by not inviting a...Read full review »
Reviewer7531 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 04/02/21
Bill Brandenburg, MD, Full Scope
Most episodes great. Just listened to IBS. No mention of diet, exercise, or even fiber. Very little on stress. A bunch of marginal drugs mentioned. Try looking at the forest through the trees. Wake up to the effects of lifestyle on health.
Full Scope via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 03/07/21
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