Pomegranate Health

pomegranatehealth_250Welcome to Pomegranate Health, a podcast about the culture of medicine. We are currently recruiting new members to join the Podcast Editorial Group.

Key responsibilities of members are to
(1) Discuss potential podcast topics and prioritise them for development of new episodes
(2) For a chosen topic, suggest themes to explore and people to interview
(3) Listen to audio drafts before publication and provide feedback to the producer on content and structure

Group communication is entirely by email and there's a time commitment of about 90 minutes per month which can be recognised in CPD hours. It’s helpful for applicants to be familiar with other podcasts or education platforms. Please download an application form and return it by 31st January 2024 to podcast@racp.edu.au

This is also the home of IMJ On-Air, where authors of the College's Internal Medicine Journal present their work. Expert advice on the current best standards for your practice.

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Search for ‘Pomegranate Health’ in Apple PodcastsSpotifyCastbox or any podcasting app. You mean need to import this RSS feed into other apps, and it's an easy page to search for thematic terms and podcasts that might interest you. You can also sign up for an email alert when a new episode is published about once a month.

At each page there is a MyCPD link for Fellows to log credits for participating in educational activity. Please continue the discussion in the comments section below each episode or at the RACP Online Community forum.

Latest episodes

[IMJ On-Air] Is the jury still out on omega-3 supplementation?
[IMJ On-Air] HepatoCare: a model for palliative and supportive care in advanced cirrhosis
Ep102: Staying on script with semaglutide
Ep101: Setting the standard for workforce wellbeing
Ep100: Conversations with ChatGPT
Ep99: When AI goes wrong
[IMJ On-Air] A tiger in the mallee: Victoria’s JEV cluster
Ep97: The governance of AI
Ep96: The ergonomics of AI
Ep95: Machine Learning 101
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