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ICU Primary Prepcast
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Antibiotics

Antibiotic Pharmacology Part 1

Dr Swapnil Pawar July 2, 2019

Antibiotic usage in intensive care is progressively increasing. Understanding of antibiotic pharmacology is the must for ICU physicians to get the dosing right and also, to tackle the problem of antibiotic resistance. In this podcast, Maddi an I discuss the various important concepts related to antibiotic pharmacology.

Educator's Podcast
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Branding

Branding in Medical Education

Dr Swapnil Pawar June 23, 2019

“Branding” is not just a narcissistic pursuit, but it can be used effectively to disseminate your knowledge and expertise in Medical Education. In this podcast, Prof Vic Brazil talks about the novel concept of Branding for Medical Educators. The key message is “Know your Audience” & be mindful about the […]

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Opinion

Critical Care Patterns

Dr Swapnil Pawar June 7, 2019

Critical Care Patterns Intensive care is about recognizing the right pattern and then treating accordingly. It’s similar to game of Chess, where grand masters look at the board, recognize the pattern and make a next move. In this series, I will bring different critical care patterns, which will be helpful […]

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MedEd

Assessment in Medical Education

Dr Swapnil Pawar May 20, 2019

In this podcast, a well-renowned medical educator from Down Under Prof Margaret Hay shares her views and insights on the hot topic in MedEd, i.e. Assessment. She talks about the changing landscape of the assessment process and advises all budding educators to take formal training in designing assessment for their […]

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MedEd

Uncertainty in MedEd

Dr Swapnil Pawar April 26, 2019

We as healthcare professionals and medical educators grapple with Ambiguity all the time. However, we are still uncertain about how to deal with it. In this podcast, Dr Arabella Simpkin from Boston talks about the relevance of grey spaces in medical education and why embracing uncertainty is the key for […]