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A podcast for curious GPs

Latest Episodes

July 3 - Pandemic update with Bianca Nogrady

It's been another interesting week full of COVID-19 stories, we catch up with Bianca Nogrady, our live blogger, to find out what's been happening.

27 MIN3 d ago
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July 3 - Pandemic update with Bianca Nogrady

June 26 - Pandemic update with Bianca Nogrady

A lot has been happening in the COVID-19 space as community transmission in Victoria continues to rise. Our COVID-19 blogger takes us through the highlights from the week - including the long-awaited results from the dexamethasone study.

24 MIN1 w ago
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June 26 - Pandemic update with Bianca Nogrady

June 12 - Pandemic update with Bianca Nogrady

It's been another interesting week full of COVID-19 stories, we catch up with Bianca Nogrady, our live blogger, to find out what's been happening.

19 MIN3 w ago
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June 12 - Pandemic update with Bianca Nogrady

June 5 - Pandemic update with Bianca Nogrady

We've had a few interesting COVID-19 stories crop up this week - and we've got Bianca Nogrady, our live blogger, here to tell us all about it.

24 MINJUN 5
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June 5 - Pandemic update with Bianca Nogrady

GP20 will be more futuristic than expected

COVID-19 has put a spanner in the works for medical conference organisers, but the RACGP is not letting the virus put a stop to its major education and networking event. GP20 will be going ahead this year using a new 'hybrid' model, incorporating both digital and face to face elements. Social distancing guidelines permitting, the plan is for GPs to gather in capital cities and regional centres around the country on the same day and connect up via video link for the plenary sessions. RACGP president Dr Harry Nespolon says a 'silver lining' coming out of the pandemic is that hybrid models make events accessible to more people. As this year's GP20 is region specific, it may allow more GPs to attend as they will not have to leave their practices for days at a time, he says.

11 MINJUN 3
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GP20 will be more futuristic than expected

How COVID-19 may affect the brain for years to come

Say the word 'coronavirus', and we first think of a respiratory disease. So why are scientists tracking what happens to patients' moods and minds in the years after they have recovered? It turns out that coronavirus illnesses like SARS, MERS - and possibly even COVID - appear to have a range of neurological and mental health effects too. Everything from delirium during hospitalisation, and depression, anxiety, PTSD and fatigue have been found in patients who recovered from the previous outbreaks. Which means that we should be on high alert for these problems in the coming months and years, even after the world starts moving on from COVID-19. Many mysteries still remain though. What is causing these neurological and mental health symptoms? Is it the disease itself? Is it the treatment? Or is it just the experience of being on death's door? In this episode of The Medical Republic podcast, Dr Jonathan Rogers, a neuropsychiatry expert at the University College London, shares the latest data.

20 MINJUN 1
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How COVID-19 may affect the brain for years to come

May 28 - Pandemic update with Bianca Nogrady

COVID-19 research is flooding the news every day - and we are all finding it hard to keep up. We've invited Bianca Nogrady back on the show to give us a rundown of what's new and important. Bianca is our resident expert on all things pandemic-related; she updates The Medical Republic's COVID-19 live blog daily.

26 MINMAY 28
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May 28 - Pandemic update with Bianca Nogrady

Your questions on JobKeeper answered

Last week, we were lucky enough to be joined by two leading business advisors in general practice on our live JobKeeper Q&A. We had so much engagement from our live audience that we've decided to invite our two panellists back. They're coming on the show today to answer some of your questions that they didn't manage to get to during the live event - even though we went massively overtime...! In this bonus episode, TMR webinar producer Talia Meyerowitz-Katz interviews David Dahm and Nick Tsoulakis, business advisors at Health & Life, an Adelaide-based consulting business.

26 MINMAY 26
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Your questions on JobKeeper answered

May 20 - Pandemic update with Bianca Nogrady

In COVID-19 news this week... The Lancet has published an editorial asking voters not to elect Trump in November. Two studies try to answer the question of the true seroprevalence of COVID-19 in different populations. Australian researchers have estimated that the overall rate of asymptomatic COVID-19 presentations is around 16%. And Sweden's approach of relying on herd immunity may have shortened life expectancy of its citizens by 2-3 years. That - and more! - in this episode of The Medical Republic podcast.

31 MINMAY 20
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May 20 - Pandemic update with Bianca Nogrady

Big sperm and the decline in male fertility

Men can sometimes seem like an afterthought when trying to find out why couples are having trouble conceiving. But now the technology industry has caught on and is starting to pay attention to this lucrative, untapped market. Already, one in six couples are unable to conceive on their own, and in around half of those cases, there is a problem with the man. But what's causing these declining sperm rates? And what can we do to fix it?

16 MINMAY 19
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Big sperm and the decline in male fertility

Latest Episodes

July 3 - Pandemic update with Bianca Nogrady

It's been another interesting week full of COVID-19 stories, we catch up with Bianca Nogrady, our live blogger, to find out what's been happening.

27 MIN3 d ago
Comments
July 3 - Pandemic update with Bianca Nogrady

June 26 - Pandemic update with Bianca Nogrady

A lot has been happening in the COVID-19 space as community transmission in Victoria continues to rise. Our COVID-19 blogger takes us through the highlights from the week - including the long-awaited results from the dexamethasone study.

24 MIN1 w ago
Comments
June 26 - Pandemic update with Bianca Nogrady

June 12 - Pandemic update with Bianca Nogrady

It's been another interesting week full of COVID-19 stories, we catch up with Bianca Nogrady, our live blogger, to find out what's been happening.

19 MIN3 w ago
Comments
June 12 - Pandemic update with Bianca Nogrady

June 5 - Pandemic update with Bianca Nogrady

We've had a few interesting COVID-19 stories crop up this week - and we've got Bianca Nogrady, our live blogger, here to tell us all about it.

24 MINJUN 5
Comments
June 5 - Pandemic update with Bianca Nogrady

GP20 will be more futuristic than expected

COVID-19 has put a spanner in the works for medical conference organisers, but the RACGP is not letting the virus put a stop to its major education and networking event. GP20 will be going ahead this year using a new 'hybrid' model, incorporating both digital and face to face elements. Social distancing guidelines permitting, the plan is for GPs to gather in capital cities and regional centres around the country on the same day and connect up via video link for the plenary sessions. RACGP president Dr Harry Nespolon says a 'silver lining' coming out of the pandemic is that hybrid models make events accessible to more people. As this year's GP20 is region specific, it may allow more GPs to attend as they will not have to leave their practices for days at a time, he says.

11 MINJUN 3
Comments
GP20 will be more futuristic than expected

How COVID-19 may affect the brain for years to come

Say the word 'coronavirus', and we first think of a respiratory disease. So why are scientists tracking what happens to patients' moods and minds in the years after they have recovered? It turns out that coronavirus illnesses like SARS, MERS - and possibly even COVID - appear to have a range of neurological and mental health effects too. Everything from delirium during hospitalisation, and depression, anxiety, PTSD and fatigue have been found in patients who recovered from the previous outbreaks. Which means that we should be on high alert for these problems in the coming months and years, even after the world starts moving on from COVID-19. Many mysteries still remain though. What is causing these neurological and mental health symptoms? Is it the disease itself? Is it the treatment? Or is it just the experience of being on death's door? In this episode of The Medical Republic podcast, Dr Jonathan Rogers, a neuropsychiatry expert at the University College London, shares the latest data.

20 MINJUN 1
Comments
How COVID-19 may affect the brain for years to come

May 28 - Pandemic update with Bianca Nogrady

COVID-19 research is flooding the news every day - and we are all finding it hard to keep up. We've invited Bianca Nogrady back on the show to give us a rundown of what's new and important. Bianca is our resident expert on all things pandemic-related; she updates The Medical Republic's COVID-19 live blog daily.

26 MINMAY 28
Comments
May 28 - Pandemic update with Bianca Nogrady

Your questions on JobKeeper answered

Last week, we were lucky enough to be joined by two leading business advisors in general practice on our live JobKeeper Q&A. We had so much engagement from our live audience that we've decided to invite our two panellists back. They're coming on the show today to answer some of your questions that they didn't manage to get to during the live event - even though we went massively overtime...! In this bonus episode, TMR webinar producer Talia Meyerowitz-Katz interviews David Dahm and Nick Tsoulakis, business advisors at Health & Life, an Adelaide-based consulting business.

26 MINMAY 26
Comments
Your questions on JobKeeper answered

May 20 - Pandemic update with Bianca Nogrady

In COVID-19 news this week... The Lancet has published an editorial asking voters not to elect Trump in November. Two studies try to answer the question of the true seroprevalence of COVID-19 in different populations. Australian researchers have estimated that the overall rate of asymptomatic COVID-19 presentations is around 16%. And Sweden's approach of relying on herd immunity may have shortened life expectancy of its citizens by 2-3 years. That - and more! - in this episode of The Medical Republic podcast.

31 MINMAY 20
Comments
May 20 - Pandemic update with Bianca Nogrady

Big sperm and the decline in male fertility

Men can sometimes seem like an afterthought when trying to find out why couples are having trouble conceiving. But now the technology industry has caught on and is starting to pay attention to this lucrative, untapped market. Already, one in six couples are unable to conceive on their own, and in around half of those cases, there is a problem with the man. But what's causing these declining sperm rates? And what can we do to fix it?

16 MINMAY 19
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Big sperm and the decline in male fertility
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