2016-17 AFP Podcast Team

2016-2017 AFP Podcast Hosts
Back Row: Evan Werk, MD; Kalina Ehrenreich-Piot, DO; Jacob Anderson, DO; Steven R. Brown, MD
Front Row: Sarah Coles, MD (faculty); Tyler Coles (technician); Brett Daily, MD

The AFP Podcast is a discussion of the key evidence-based learning points from each issue of American Family Physician (AFP). Each episode includes brief summaries of articles and other features, such as POEMs (Patient-Oriented Evidence that Matters), Cochrane for Clinicians, Practice Guidelines, Editorials, and Medicine by the Numbers, and discusses answers to clinical questions from the Family Physicians Inquiries Network. In addition, the podcast will feature interviews with family physicians about the specialty, share favorite tweets, and present other regular segments meant to keep the podcast timely, lively, and fun.

The AFP Podcast is produced in partnership with the University of Arizona College of Medicine, Phoenix Family Medicine Residency. The 2016-2017 hosts are Steven R. Brown, MD, Program Director; Jacob Anderson, DO, faculty; Brett Daily, MD, third-year resident; Kalina Ehrenreich-Plot, DO, third-year resident; and Evan Werk, MD, third-year resident. Sarah Coles is a member of the faculty and Tyler Coles is the sound and technical guru.

To create a successful podcast for the top journal in primary care, we need your feedback. You can e-mail us at afppodcast@aafp.org or tweet to @AFPpodcast(twitter.com) with comments and ideas.



You can subscribe to the podcast in the iTunes store(itunes.apple.com), Google Play Music(play.google.com), or Stitcher(www.stitcher.com) or download episodes from the list below.

ISSUE EPISODES
  • February 15, 2017

    This episode includes discussions on acute coronary syndrome, rifaximin, top medical schools for Family Medicine, proteinuria in children, antenatal steroids, and the Prevention Priorities Game.

  • February 1, 2017

    This episode includes discussions on antiepileptic drugs, dizziness, statins and dementia, jaundice in adults, practice guidelines for Botox, sertraline, and treatment of peripheral vascular disease.

  • January 15, 2017

    This episode includes discussions on hyperlipidemia, sleep apnea, otitis media, respiratory syncytial virus, giant cell arteritis, fibroids, and "Does chocolate cause acne?".

  • AFP Podcast: Bonus Episode 4 - January 9, 2017

    This episode features an interview with Mark H. Greenawald, MD, Professor and Vice Chair for Academic Affairs, Department of Family and Community Medicine, Carilion Clinic and Virginia Tech Carilion School of Medicine and Course Director of the AAFP’s Chief Resident Leadership Development Program. Topics discussed include physician wellness, mentorship, listening to patient stories, and Bison Chips.

  • January 1, 2017

    This episode includes discussions on heart failure treatment, patient-centered communication, membrane sweeping, opiate withdrawal, and “Primary Care Dreams” video by Jamie Katuna and Kyle Cowper.

  • AFP Podcast: Bonus Episode 3 - January 3, 2017

    This episode features an interview with John Meigs, MD, FAAFP, President of the American Academy of Family Physicians and family physician in Centreville, Alabama. Topics discussed include: expected changes in healthcare in 2017 and beyond, how students and family physicians can become more engaged, his favorite football team, and hidden talents.

  • December 15, 2016

    This episode includes discussions on autism spectrum disorder, pediatric head injury, pediatric cholesterol guidelines, gastrointestinal complications in diabetes, and “Listening for a kinder, gentler hospital experience” by Caroline Wellbery MD, PhD and Eathan Janney.

  • December 1, 2016

    This episode includes discussions on lymphadenopathy, cardiac rehab, rotator cuff injury, infant infection rule out, aripiprazole, menopause, and Holiday Myths.

  • November 15, 2016

    This episode includes discussions on pet-related infections, PSA screening, carpal tunnel, erectile dysfunction, diabetic foot, and evolocumab.

  • November 1, 2016

    This episode includes discussions on HIV, valproate for migraine prophylaxis, pneumonia, epididymitis, pet therapy, and Where I Listen.

  • October 15, 2016

    This episode includes discussions on pretravel consultation, sacubitril/valsartan (Entresto), intimate partner violence, flu shot recommendations, aspirin, mental status examinations, and our favorite Tweets.

  • October 1, 2016

    This episode includes discussions on emerging vector-borne diseases, stretching, acute bronchitis, POEMs, fibromyalgia, and tacrolimus.

  • September 15, 2016

    This episode includes discussions on croup, skin cancer screening, clinical diagnosis of gout, STEPs for a new medicine for rosacea, atrial fibrillation, a look at diagnostic errors in medicine, and a response to a letter from a listener.

  • September 1, 2016

    This episode includes discussions on sleep apnea, post-exposure prophylaxis, complementary/integrative therapy, isotretinoin, perioperative beta blockers, sulfonylureas, and “Where I Listen”.

  • August 15, 2016

    This episode includes discussions on lupus, screening for depression, corticosteroids for asthma, meniscal tear, alirocumab, well-child visits, failure to thrive, hospital readmission, delirium, pioglitazone, and behavioral management of dementia.

  • August 1, 2016

    This episode includes discussions on peripheral neuropathy, acupuncture for headache, antibiotic prescribing, exercise for dementia, premenstrual disorder, and a special guest essay entitled ‘5000-to-1 Odds’.

  • July 1, 2016

    This episode includes discussions on vertebral fractures, topical NSAIDs, honey for cough, intermittent steroid use in asthma, strep throat, blood pressure control, and our favorite Tweets.

Evan Werk, MD; Brett Daily, MD; and Kalina Ehrenreich-Piot, DO (left to right) recording at the University of Arizona College of Medicine, Phoenix.