Medical podcasts
December 15, 2015 7:57 AM   Subscribe

I would like to find new medical podcasts to listen to whilst I cycle. I would be interested in physiology, pathology, anatomy, anything similar, really! I have enjoyed Doc C on anatomy, pathology and pathophysiology and Robert Sapolsky on Human Behavioural Biology a great deal, so more excellent lecturers would be great.

I am an osteopath in Britain, so if it is more at the musculoskeletal/pain side of things that would be great, but anything good considered.
posted by fizban to Science & Nature (8 answers total) 32 users marked this as a favorite
White Coat, Black Art is a radio show on CBC Radio that's also available as a podcast. It may not be as technical / in-depth as what you are looking for, but it discusses all sorts of topics related to medicine (though with a focus on Canadian issues).
posted by barnoley at 8:26 AM on December 15, 2015 [2 favorites]

EMCrit is pretty much the preeminent emergency medicine podcast. It's highly evidence-based and can be quite entertaining.
posted by killdevil at 8:38 AM on December 15, 2015 [2 favorites]

The Rounds Table is a popular University of Toronto based podcast on recent medical research.
posted by cacofonie at 8:40 AM on December 15, 2015

This is another 'maybe not serious enough but you might get a kick out of it' suggestion - Sawbones
About This Show: Join Dr. Sydnee McElroy and her husband Justin for a tour of all the dumb, bad, gross, weird and wrong ways we've tried to fix people
posted by Megami at 8:47 AM on December 15, 2015 [2 favorites]

Best answer: Here are Pediacast and Pediacast CME
posted by bq at 8:48 AM on December 15, 2015

Ms. Bellman, who admittedly has somewhat odd taste in these things, loves This Week in Parasitism. There are other "This Week" podcasts for virology and the like, but for whatever reason she digs the parasitologists.
posted by The Bellman at 10:25 AM on December 15, 2015 [1 favorite]

Best answer: If you're into ID, try Mark Crislips site. The podcasts are near the bottom.
posted by kathrynm at 1:27 PM on December 16, 2015

Best answer: My husband likes to listen to InsideSportsMedicine with Dr T. O. Souryal, who used to be the doctor for the Dallas Mavericks basketball team. It's a call-in show, so the specific topics vary a lot, but are mostly related to musculoskeletal issues.
posted by CathyG at 5:15 PM on December 19, 2015

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