As lifelong learners and as healthcare professionals, it is imperative that we continue to find new ways to challenge our thinking and expand our knowledge base. Podcasts offer a convenient opportunity to hear other industry professionals from across the country discuss industry trends without having to attend a conference.
We have put together a list of the top five podcasts that offer great insight into nursing, physical therapy, medical Spanish and occupational therapy topics that you may find beneficial.
The Nursing Show
The Nursing Show produces a weekly podcast and discusses current trends, tips and tricks, nursing specialties and appeals to both current nurses and nursing students. The podcast is available on Apple Podcast, Google Play and at The Nursing Show.
2. Nursing Students
Jon Haw helps provide detailed, relevant and digestable content that every student needs to know. TThe podcast is available on Apple Podcast, Google Play and at nursing.com.
3. Physical Therapy
Move Forward Radio
Move Forward Radio is produced by the American Physical Therapy Association. The hosts of the podcast interviews physical therapists and other health care professionals on prevention and information on treatment. The podcast is available on Apple Podcast, Google Play, Spotify and at www.choosept.com/radio
4. Occupational Therapy
Everyday Evidence and the AOTA Occupational Therapy Channel.
The Everyday Evidence and the AOTA’s Occupational Therapy Channel are curated by the American Occupational Therapy Association (AOTA). The AOTA’s Occupational Therapy Channel podcast is available on Apple Podcast, Google Play, Spotify and www.aota.org.
5. Spanish Medical Terminology
This podcast is led by Molly Martin, MD, and provides healthcare professionals medical Spanish lessons based on common encounters in the clinical setting. the #1 ranked hospital pharmacy podcast. The podcast also offers interactive lessons on docmolly.com. The podcast is available on Apple Podcast, Google Play, and at docmolly.com.
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