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Updated 28 April 2022

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Clinical, Cosmetic and Investigational Dermatology podcast series

Diagnosis, Management and Treatment of Generalized Pustular Psoriasis (GPP): A Podcast Series

This podcast series explores the recognition, diagnosis, and treatment of generalized pustular psoriasis (GPP), a rare, chronic, and potentially life-threatening inflammatory skin disease. Dr Uwe Wollina moderates the discussions with dermatology experts including Dr Joseph Merola, Dr Ahmad Amin, Dr Tina Bhutani, Dr Jason Hawkes, Dr Eingun Song, and Dr Clive Liu. Joining for the 4th episode is Mr Dale Reisner, a patient diagnosed with GPP. This series of discussions highlights the clinical presentation and disease course of GPP, potential triggers for acute flares, the immunopathogenesis of this rare disease, and how to approach diagnosis. Episodes also describe the evolving treatment landscape for GPP. Listeners to episode 4 will hear an engaging patient and physician dialogue on the challenges in receiving an accurate and timely diagnosis of GPP and the quality-of-life impact of the disease. Conversations presented in this podcast series shed light on the unmet needs of this often-misdiagnosed disease, and are a step towards improving the quality of care for patients with GPP.

Total number of episodes: 3

International Journal of COPD podcast series

This series of podcasts are intended for healthcare professionals only.

The Medical Insider COPD podcast series discusses hot topics in the world of COPD with those who know it best, aiming to spread information, debunk myths and improve the lives of patients. The Editorial Board of the Medical Insider COPD podcast is comprised of Professor James Chalmers, the British Lung Foundation Chair of Respiratory Research at the University of Dundee (UK), Professor Michael Dreher, the Head of the Department of Pneumology and Intensive Care Medicine at the University Hospital Aachen (Germany), and the host and moderator, Dr Richard Russell, a Consultant Chest Physician at Lymington New Forest Hospital (UK), a Senior Clinical Researcher at the University of Oxford (UK) and the founding editor of the International Journal of COPD. These series of podcasts have not been peer-reviewed, but have been vetted by the journal’s Editor-in-Chief.

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Total number of episodes: 22

International Journal of General Medicine podcast series: Value Insider Season 1

The Value Insider podcast series explores the fundamentals of assessing value in healthcare. What is HTA? Who is a ‘payer’? What do cost-effectiveness and budget impact even mean? Why is there such a big difference between countries when it comes to healthcare and its reimbursement systems? Experts in the field explain all you need to know in a tangible way. No need to be familiar with health economics, just bring your curiosity and enjoy discussions between the host Mike Chambers and his impressive guest list Prof Mike Drummond, Prof Nancy Devlin, Prof Sean Sullivan, Prof Maureen Rutten-van Mölken, Prof Lou Garrison and Dr Panos Kanavos

Total number of episodes: 6

Neuropsychiatric Disease and Treatment podcast series

This 2-part podcast series presents unique discussions on current unmet needs in schizophrenia between Dr John Kane, Dr Philip Harvey and Dr William Carpenter, clinical experts in the field of schizophrenia, and Mr Carlos Larrauri and Mr Matthew Racher, patient advocates who have been diagnosed with schizophrenia. These podcasts introduce the patient voice that is often underrepresented in the clinical development process. Valuable patient and clinician insights on current challenges relating to the treatment and assessment of cognitive impairment associated with schizophrenia (CIAS), daily functioning, and negative symptoms in schizophrenia are presented, and areas for future focus are highlighted. Both patient authors describe how patient self-advocacy, opportunities for employment/education and creative pursuits such as music can promote recovery. This message is emphasized by a short musical recording from Mr. Larrauri’s and Mr. Racher’s band FogDog that accompany the podcasts.

Total number of episodes: 2

Open Access Rheumatology: Research and Reviews podcast

Biosimilars for Rheumatoid Arthritis - Riding the 2023 Wave

This podcast will discuss concerns patients may have about initiating treatment with a biosimilar, or switching from their current medication to a biosimilar, for Rheumatoid Arthritis. This includes:
• Defining biosimilar, interchangeable, and switching.
• Discussing data supporting the safety and efficacy of biosimilars in patients with Rheumatoid Arthritis.
• Discussing biosimilars to adalimumab that will become available in the United States in 2023.

Total number of episodes: 1