Really anyone practicing medicine and working in health care. But mostly primary care, EM, IM, Pediatrics as well as nursing and ancillary patient care personnel.
Simple. Most people like to listen to their medical education content on their own time, or while on the go. While we still very much value in-person learning settings, especially in the wake of COVID, Ridgeview, has found that the podcast medium works best for the organization.
If you haven't already listened to our podcasts, please do so! We aim to make this a fun experience for the guest and listeners, and to be far more than just 'listening to a lecture'. We do this by not only providing solid, evidence based medical content, but by also making it entertaining, often with a splash of humor and post-production fun to keep the listener engaged and intrigued!
Wherever it works best for you! Our team usually records at Two-Twelve Medical Center (Chaska), Ridgeview – Waconia Campus), but we are mobile and can come to you as well...virtually if needed!
Yes! The podcasts are edited for content and time before publishing. You have full veto power, and we look forward to your feedback and edit requests before publishing.
As a presenter, you may not receive AMA Category one CE credit for your podcast - due to accreditation requirements, but if your colleagues are Ridgeview providers and on the Ridgeview Medical Staff, they can get CE credit for listening and filling out the brief post-show evaluation.
Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher, or virtually anywhere people listen to/download podcasts.
No. This is an audio only program.
Feel free to email Kristin Windschitl, Education Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We, and Ridgeview follow all current CDC and MDH guidelines for COVID-19.