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Talking Rheumatology Spotlight

British Society for Rheumatology

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Explore rheumatological conditions with the clinical experts. This monthly podcast covers everything from disease presentation to diagnosis, treatment and management. Some months, real cases are used to bring the discussion to life.
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MedEdTalks - Rheumatology

Vindico Medical Education

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MedEdTalks Rheumatology is an accredited educational podcast for providers to learn more about treating patients with Rheumatology diseases/disorders. Discover all content and topics, by visiting mededtalks.com.
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Editors at The Lancet Rheumatology, in conversation with the journal’s authors, explore their latest research and its impact on people’s health, healthcare, and health policy. A monthly audio companion to the journal, this podcast covers a broad range of topics, from disorders of the immune system to sex and gender in research design, the transitional care for adolescent patients with rheumatic diseases to care for undocumented immigrants, and more.
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In this episode, Dr Chris Wincup talks to Dr Rachel Tattersall about all things JIA including differences between JIA and adult onset IA, transition, disease activity scoring and biologics. This podcast is likely to suit adult rheumatologists - we're planning a future episode for our paediatric audience so watch this space!…
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BSR has published an update to the Sjögren disease guideline, expanded to include paediatric and adolescent patients for the first time. Join guideline working group Chair, Liz Price, members Coziana Ciurtin and Benjamin Fisher, and expert by experience member, Bridget Crampton, in a roundtable discussion hosted by Dr Marwan Bukhari. Please note Dr…
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Dr Jason E Liebowitz joins Dr Marwan Bukhari to discuss the metaverse and how the field of rheumatology can utilise virtual and augmented reality to improve the lives of patients. Listen now to hear about the current technological developments and what this means for future clinical practice! You can read this article [https://doi.org/10.1093/rheum…
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This podcast gives an opportunity to hear from Dr Caroline Cotton, Lara Chapman and Dr Mark Russell about their experience of authoring guidelines. It covers everything you need to know about BSR guidelines- what they are, insights into the process, how to get involved (including tips for applications) and why you might like to!…
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At ACR23 I had a twitter-disagreement about steroid tapers from PEXIVAS with Mike Walsh, the lead author on the PEXIVAS trial. He kindly agreed to join me for a moderated discussion. Loved hearing his perspective and have to admit he pulled me closer to his practice... but not all the way there. Longer podcast than usual but I prefer to release aud…
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Rheum4Debate is back! In this episode I moderated a debate between two pulmonologists about RA-ILD. As a reminder, Rheum4Debate is an Oxford-style debate show, where two debators disagree over a motion during 3 rounds of discussion. The motion for todays show was: “Asymptomatic patients with rheumatoid arthritis and high risk features for interstit…
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Nice study this week on an important topic. Can we prevent the development of rheumatoid arthritis by initiating DMARDs during a preclinical phase? Lots to discuss: what does it mean to be "pre-clinical?" How does this fit with other studies of this nature? Check it out! https://www.thelancet.com/journals/lancet/article/PIIS0140-6736(23)02650-8/ful…
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In this episode on how to write a compelling case report, Pippa Watson talks to Ai Lyn Tan, an Associate Professor and Honorary Consultant Rheumatologist at Chapel Allerton Hospital Leeds and Editor in Chief of the BSR Rheumatology Advances in Practice journal, and Caroline Groves, our Journal Development Manager at BSR. This podcast covers everyth…
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Informative podcast this week with Dr. Alexander Oldroyd, the first author of the recently published "International Guideline for Idiopathic Inflammatory Myopathy-Associated Cancer Screening." The article itself appeared in Nature Reviews Rheumatology and provides what I think is a very useful framework for approaching this issue. Article: https://…
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Today I'm taking another twitter discussion into the podcast realm! Dr. Bhaskar Dasgupta has published hundreds of papers about polymyalgia rheumatica and giant cell arteritis, including a recent publication in Nature Reviews: Rheumatology that piqued my interest (https://www.nature.com/articles/s41584-023-00976-8). In this podcast we discuss scree…
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Professor Doron Rimar joins Dr Cristiana Sieiro Santos to discuss their article, which retrospectively compares the outcomes of SSc patients who underwent AHSCT to patients who met the eligibility criteria for AHSCT but received upfront combination therapy with MMF and rituximab. Listen now to hear the findings and what this means for future clinic…
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What is the leaky pipeline and how do we address it? Prof Christina Duftner (University of Innsbruck) and Prof Isabella Grabner (Vienna University of Economics and Business) join Dr Latika Gupta to discuss the diminishing proportion of women in higher ranking and leadership roles within rheumatology. Want to read more? Here's your further reading l…
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We're delighted to announce Prof Ernest Choy (University of Cardiff) as the incoming Editor-in-Chief of Rheumatology. In this episode, recorded at ACR23, Ernest tells us about his plans for the journal and the type of research he's keen to see. Ernest will take the reins from Dr Marwan Bukhari (Royal Lancaster Infirmary), who finishes his highly pr…
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Important trial on the podcast this week! I take a deep dive into the recently published SAPHYR study, which evaluated the use of the IL6 inhibitor sarilumab for patients with PMR. A few aggravating quibbles but overall a very useful trial and an important step forward for patients with PMR. Article: https://www.nejm.org/doi/full/10.1056/NEJMoa2303…
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What happens when children and young people with JIA stop biologic therapies for remission? Dr Lianne Kearsley-Fleet and Dr Coziana Ciurtin join Dr Herman Tam to discuss their analysis of the UK JIA Biologics Register. Lianne is an epidemiologist and lead analyst of the UK JIA Biologics Register, based at the University of Manchester. Coziana is a …
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In this careers pod Dr Diarmuid McLaughlin talks to Dr Sharmila Jandial about training pathways for paediatric rheumatology including tips on finding out more about a career in Rheumatology, training pathways, subspecialty training and where it all can lead. Recommended for anyone thinking of getting involved.…
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In this pod aimed at medical students medical student Edward Mbasoor talks to Associate Professor Ai Lyn Tan about a career in Rheumatology covering all things from; what Rheumatology is, reasons for choosing Rheumatology, career paths and how to find out more about the specialty. A must listen for anyone considering Rheumatology as a career.…
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Dr Andrew Östör joins Dr Marwan Bukhari to discuss their article, chosen as the June Editor's Choice article, which evaluates the 52-week efficacy and safety of risankizumab 150 mg in patients with active PsA who had previous inadequate response/intolerance to one or two biologic therapies (Bio-IR) or one or more conventional synthetic DMARDs (csDM…
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Anika Hoque joins Dr Michael Backhouse to discuss their recent article, which examines the construct validity of the RA foot disease activity index in relationship to musculoskeletal ultrasonography and clinical examination. Listen now to hear the findings, and what this means for future clinical practice and the impact on RA patients at risk for p…
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Excited to share an editorial that I wrote along with Cody Bruggemeyer and Desh Nepal, two trainees with me at the Medical College of Wisconsin. We discussed what I believe to be a pervasive (but seldom discussed) issue in rheumatology RCTs: unblinding. I suspect many of our studies suffer from this. Have a listen!…
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In this episode our guests discuss the National Early Inflammatory Arthritis Audit (NEIAA) year five state of the nation report. Our host, Sarah Gallagher (Project Manager, NEIAA) poses questions to both Dr Liz Price (Clinical Lead, NEIAA) and Professor James Galloway (Lead Methodologist, NEIAA) to explore the report's key findings and the importan…
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Can patients with rheumatoid arthritis examine their own joints? Dr David Liew talks to Dr Charlotte Sharp and Karen Staniland about their work to create a video teaching patients how to self-examine tender and swollen joints. Charlotte is now a consultant rheumatologist based in Manchester and has an interest in applied health research. Karen is t…
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How can we best diagnose septic arthritis in the acute care setting? Dr Pallavi Shamdasani joins Prof Rene Westhovens to discuss the utility of synovial aspiration and intra-operative synovial fluid and tissue culture for the accurate diagnosis of septic arthritis. Dr Shamdasani is a dual trained rheumatologist and obstetric medicine physician base…
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What is the relationship between COVID-19 vaccination and disease flares in patients with inflammatory arthritis (IA)? Dr Shivani Gor and Dr Sung-Hee Kim join Dr Mwidimi Ndosi to discuss their retrospective study, which used C-reactive protein as a marker to determine the proportion of IA patients who had a flare within four weeks of receiving a va…
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What evidence is there for effective transitional care in young people with chronic pain, and what should ideal transitional care look like? Dr Lauren Huckerby joins Dr Diederik De Cock to discuss her recent systematic review - one of the winning papers from the 2023 Rheumatology Advances in Practice Trainee Publishing Programme. Dr Huckerby is a p…
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Can we classify the clinical phenotype of systemic sclerosis by autoantibodies? Dr Cristiana Sieiro Santos joins Dr Anastasia Madenidou to discuss her recent article - one of the winning papers from the 2023 Rheumatology Advances in Practice Trainee Publishing Programme. Dr Sieiro Santos is currently a rheumatology trainee at Complejo Asistencial U…
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Dr Aladdin J Mohammad joins Dr Marwan Bukhari to discuss their article, chosen as the August Editor's Choice article, which determines the incidence rate, predictors and outcome of stroke in a population-based cohort of individuals with ANCA-associated vasculitis. Listen now to hear the findings and what this means for future clinical practice! You…
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How can you differentiate between cocaine-induced and ANCA-associated vasculitis? Dr Sander van Leuven joins Dr David Liew to discuss a recent case series analysis from centres in Birmingham and London. Sander is a consultant rheumatologist in Nejmegen, the Netherlands. He previously trained in London, where he conducted a 15-year retrospective stu…
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