Are you wanting to learn more about canadian healthcare? Well you’ve come to the right place. This is a curated list of the best canadian healthcare podcasts of 2022.
We have selected these podcasts for a variety of reasons, but they are all well worth a listen. We tried to select a variety of podcasts across the spectrum from hosts with a wide breadth of experience.
Best Canadian Healthcare Podcasts 2022
- Publisher: Chloe Lim
- Total Episodes: 6
LearnOncology contains comprehensive information encompassing the discipline of oncology. The material is intended to teach medical students, residents, practicing or registered healthcare professionals the skills necessary to manage oncology cases, and is designed to encompass the Canadian Oncology Goals and Objectives for Medical Students.
- Publisher: MDBriefCase
- Total Episodes: 22
GetBriefed Podcast is the latest mdBriefCase Group offering, developed to inform healthcare practitioners regarding a variety of relevant medical topics, and available on a convenient downloadable platform. Now, access education from leading medical experts on-the-go! mdBriefCase Group is Canada’s foremost, online continuing medical education (CME) provider, with a membership of over 110,000 Canadian healthcare practitioners who currently use and help shape content. We provide FREE multimedia, interactive and accredited learning programs written by leading medical specialists and developed by prestigious educational institutions.
Seeing Clearly: A Pre-Clerkship’s Guide to All Things Ophthalmology
- Publisher: Eye Curriculum
- Total Episodes: 15
In support of Eye Curriculum (EC), this podcast is hosted by Emaan Chaudry and Danielle Solish, two Canadian medical students who are the executives of EC. Seeing Clearly is a podcast where students interested in ophthalmology can listen and learn from current residents, physicians and other healthcare professionals who work in the field of ophthalmology.
The Allied Health Financial Podcast: Personal Finance, Budgeting, Debt Repayment, Insurance and Investing
- Publisher: Allied Health Financial: Personal Finance for Canadian Healthcare Professionals
- Total Episodes: 106
Evidence-based personal finance education for Canadian healthcare professionals. We make complicated financial information simple and get you started on the journey to build personal wealth and reach financial independence. Discover how to budget, build an emergency fund, pay off debt, invest in your TFSA and RRSP. We’ll talk about life insurance, disability insurance, critical illness insurance, ETFs, mutual funds, high-interest savings accounts, stocks, bonds… we cover it all. We are members of the Canadian allied health community so we understand your struggle when it comes to understanding your finances, and we’ve got solutions for you. We take the guesswork out of managing your money so you can focus on what you love – helping your clients THRIVE. Managing your finances does not have to be complicated! You’re not going to want to miss this. Hit subscribe and get ready to change your life.
Patient Critical Podcast
- Publisher: Patient Critical Co-op
- Total Episodes: 39
News, interviews and commentary about Canadian Healthcare. A production of Patient Critical Co-op, a not-for-profit, democratically governed healthcare education and advocacy co-operative. We believe Patients are Critical to keeping Healthcare Healthy… Join Us!
Plant-Based Canada Podcast
- Publisher: Plant-Based Canada
- Total Episodes: 30
Welcome to the Plant-Based Canada Podcast. Join us as we talk with experts to explore the field of nutritional sciences and how our food choices impact our health and the environment. We sit down with Canadian doctors, dietitians, athletes, climate experts and others/more, to break down the evidence behind a Whole Food Plant-Based diet, and discuss the practical steps you can take in your efforts to shift toward a healthier lifestyle.The Plant-Based Canada Podcast is an initiative of the group Plant-Based Canada, which aims to educate the public and health professionals on the evidence-based benefits of plant-based whole food nutrition for individual and planetary health. To learn more about the show, visit our website www.plantbasedcanada.org and stay up to date by following us on Instagram and Facebook @plantbasedcanadaorg, and our Plant-based Canada YouTube channel. The views expressed by guests are their own and their appearance on the program does not imply an endorsement of them or any entity they represent. PBC is not responsible for any errors, omissions or opinions related to the content stated by the guests interviewed. All information in this podcast is provided “as is”, with no guarantee of completeness, accuracy, timeliness or of the conclusions obtained from the use of this information. The podcast should not be considered professional advice. Listeners should seek their own individual healthcare advice as needed.
Starting with One
- Publisher: Robin Bailey
- Total Episodes: 30
Business partners Al & Robin relate countless stories that started with either one phone call, one conversation, or one meeting. With each episode they will be exploring topics that matter to you. Their goal is to provide interesting, relevant information on Canadian Healthcare, Financial & Estate Planning and Running a Business, tailored towards both business owners and HR leaders. “We enhance the lives of many, and it all starts with one…”
CDA 2019 Annual Conference – Interviews with presenters
- Publisher: Canadian Dermatology Association
- Total Episodes: 12
This podcast series features in-depth one-on-one interviews with presenters at the Canadian Dermatology Association’s 2019 Annual Conference in Calgary, Alberta. CDA president Kerri Purdy guides the conversations with prominent leaders, innovators and researchers in the field of dermatology and medicine. From the role of human skin microbes in eczema to the future of healthcare, this series offers those who attended the conference an opportunity to dig deeper into the topics that were presented. And for those who could not make it, this series offers a sample of what you missed.
- Publisher: Canadian Ophthalmological Society
- Total Episodes: 21
EyeCan: A Canadian lens on ophthalmology. In this series, we examine all aspects of what it means to be an Ophthalmologist in Canada; we speak with leaders in our field about their contributions and life journey; we explore new and emerging techniques and technologies in eye care; and through it all we hope to connect with our community and have those that listen understand the value of who we are and what we do for our patients. And we’ll share our experiences as ophthalmologists today and tackle some of challenges we face as healthcare providers. Hosted by Dr. Guillermo Rocha and Dr. Setareh Ziai. Brought to you by the Canadian Ophthalmological Society. The EyeCan podcast is made possible by MD Financial’s Affinity Grant. Written and directed by Kim Tytler and produced by John Allaire of Allaire Strategic Works.
CMPA: Practically Speaking
- Publisher: Canadian Medical Protective Association, CMPA
- Total Episodes: 8
CMPA Practically Speaking is a Canadian Medical Protective Association podcast where we share expert advice on a variety of topics affecting physicians and their practice. From assisting physicians in reducing medical-legal risk and enhancing safe medical care, to discussing physician wellness and how the CMPA supports its members in a changing healthcare environment, this podcast will cover what you need to know when you need it most. Earn Self-Learning Section 2 MOC credits and non-certified Self-Learning Mainpro+ credits for each episode.
Spark: Conversations by Children’s Healthcare Canada
- Publisher: José Gauthier
- Total Episodes: 15
At the crossroads of children’s healthcare, system improvement, and leadership, this solutions-focused, interview-style podcast brings you engaging stories, reflections, and system improvement ideas from leaders in Canadian children’s healthcare.
Real Life with a Tina Twist
- Publisher: Tina Graves
- Total Episodes: 6
I started this podcast with a goal to help “at least one person” to write their own unique life stories. If that is you, welcome!Tina Graves is a global healthcare executive, a Mom, Canadian, and currently an Expat living in Belgium. In this podcast she shares how she has written her own story chapter by chapter, and all the interesting things (good and bad) that happen in between.
The Next 100
- Publisher: Medtronic Canada
- Total Episodes: 6
It has been a century since Canadian researchers discovered insulin – a life-saving breakthrough for people diagnosed with diabetes. What does the next 100 years hold? Join Neil Fraser, President of Medtronic Canada, for a monthly conversation with healthcare leaders exploring the future of innovation and technology in health. Subscribe to a six-episode miniseries with insights into innovative thinking, collaboration, virtual care, youth innovation, and much more.
What’s Beeping? A Nursing Podcast
- Publisher: What’s Beeping
- Total Episodes: 18
Two Canadian nurses discuss attention grabbing topics from the healthcare world. Nurse or not, you’ll want to tune in to hear what’s beeping.
Built to Lead – The Health Leaders of Tomorrow Podcast
- Publisher: Vernissage Health
- Total Episodes: 12
Built to Lead is a new companion offering that will make the leadership concepts of the Vernissage Health dialogue series accessible to all students in DLSPH and beyond. This series is hosted by Matthew Goulbourne (MHSc Class 2020) and Meghan Perrin (MHSc Class 2022) two emerging health leaders uncovering what it takes to be a great leader in today’s healthcare system.
The inaugural season of the Built to Lead podcast is entitled “Leadership: From Self-Doubt to Confidence.” The five episodes cascade with a focus on the podcast guests’ leadership insights and experiences, starting with leadership perspectives of current students, recent alumni early in their career, mid-career leaders, and finally, concluding with established leaders with broad system experience.
Season two of Built to Lead profiles the seminal work of Dr. Henry Mintzberg and explores the mindsets required of contemporary leaders in health – namely, the reflective mindset, the analytical mindset, the collaborative mindset, the worldly mindset and the action mindset. These leadership mindsets are revisited with Dr. Mintzberg and explored through the eyes of a diverse range of contemporary leaders in Canadian health care.
Gratitude to our Partners: The Dalla Lana School of Public Health (DLSPH), the Institute of Health Policy, Management and Evaluation (IHPME) together, in partnership with Associated Medical Services (AMS), are pleased to support Vernissage Health: A Dialogue Series for Health Care Leaders and the Built to Lead podcast. Our partners share the aim of developing and supporting the future success of emerging leaders in health care.
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A Check-Up on Healthcare
- Publisher: Kuldeep Bhangu
- Total Episodes: 7
A Check-Up on Healthcare dives deep to investigate and uncover the hidden controversies of the Canadian healthcare system. From the disturbing relations of nurses and physicians to the COVID-19 blues running through every person, this podcast researches it all. During this rough time, it is more crucial to address current health concerns which impact each person. Whether you are an aspiring medical professional or simply an individual trying to become your healthiest self, this podcast will expand your perspective, as I speak to healthcare professionals about their opinions and experiences.
- Publisher: Jonathan Bowers and Angela Hapke
- Total Episodes: 22
Follow along as we launch Clinnect, a digital health product. We talk about the intersection of healthcare, technology, and entrepreneurship while trying to stay balanced. Hosted by Canadians Angela Hapke, CEO of Central Referral Solutions, and Jonathan Bowers, CEO of Two Story Robot.
- Publisher: Chronically Annoyed
- Total Episodes: 7
This podcast is dedicated to all the chronically ill folks who are just fed up and annoyed by it all. Whether it’s navigating the healthcare system, strangers giving us absolute shit advice, family and friends not understanding what we go through, or the illnesses themselves, we are annoyed. So what are we gonna do about it? Like any good friends we are going to bitch about it, of course! Join us on this cathartic adventure as we talk about our lived experiences as patients, compare the Canadian and United States Healthcare Systems, discuss what medical marijuana products are helping us, and have a blast together!
The Research Slayer Podcast
- Publisher: Sabrina Ramkellawan & Tim McIntyre
- Total Episodes: 4
It’s finally here THE RESEARCH SLAYER PODCAST! The Research Slayer Podcast is a monthly podcast highlighting new and exciting trends in research with interviews and discussions on everything from AI to psychedelics.Hosted bySabrina Ramkellawan has a nursing background and has been working in clinical research for more than 15 years which has included conducting clinical trials to bring new drugs, treatments, and devices to market. She has worked in the cannabis industry for 4.5 years with a focus on cannabis research and education. She helped set up a cannabis clinic in which she was responsible for overseeing all aspects including patient education and conducting cannabis research studies. Sabrina has conducted many educational talks on medical cannabis with hospitals, at conferences, and to physicians, nurses and pharmacists. Sabrina developed a cannabis education webinar series for Michener Institute of Education at UHN and is currently developing the first full-time cannabis educator program that will be accredited through the Ministry of Health. In 2017, she founded the Canadian Institute for Medical Advancement where she and her research team helped several cannabis companies with the conduct of cannabis research studies and the development of education. Sabrina most recently served as the Vice President of Clinical Affairs at TerrAscend which is a biopharmaceutical and wellness company committed to quality products, brands, and services for the global cannabinoid market. She also serves as the President of a non-profit organization called the Clinical Research Association of Canada which provides a forum for educational events to support and communicate the great talent and research innovation in Canada.Angela Smith, PhDFounder and Principal, Catalyst Life Science ConsultingAngela is Founder and Principal of Catalyst Life Science Consulting, providing expertise and strategic advisory services in various strictly regulated product sectors, including cannabis, natural health products, and food. Angela’s expertise includes regulatorycompliance and government submissions, clinical trial coordination and management support, communications, and evidence-based education.Angela has over a decade of experience in regulatory and medical/scientific affairs, and has a strong working knowledge of Canadian and international regulatory frameworks.Angela teaches in Durham College’s Cannabis Program and recently worked in Clinical Affairs at TerrAscend Canada. She has also worked with cannabis license applicants and license holders under the Cannabis Act, non-profit healthcare provider and patientadvocacy organizations, and media and technology companies.Twitter @SabrinaRamkell @crac_execs @angela_smith77Website http://www.craconline.ca/
The EMR Weekly Report
- Publisher: Dr. Alan Brookstone
- Total Episodes: 70
Official, free weekly podcast from the popular and highly acclaimed web site – CanadianEMR. Weekly enlightening discussions about Electronic Medical Records with national and international experts on topics of interest to physicians, practice managers and healthcare administrators. Hosted by Dr. Alan Brookstone, family physician and founder of CanadianEMR.