This episode of AmiPal is about the development of this podcast. I’ll discuss my paper which was recently published in BMJ Supportive and Palliative Care:
Use of podcast technology to facilitate education, communication and dissemination in palliative care: the development of the AmiPal podcast.
Edison Research. The podcast consumer 2015. Website of Edison Research 2015.www.edisonresearch.com/the-podcast-consumer-2015/.
Davidson L. How Serial shook up the podcasting industry. Website of the Telegraph 2015.www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/newsbys…g-industry.html.
Sinclair C. Palliative Care Podcasts. Website of Pallimed 2015.
Lin M, Thoma B, Trueger NS et al. Quality indicators for blogs and podcasts used in medical education: modified Delphi consensus recommendations by an international cohort of health professions educators. Postgraduate Medical Journal 2015;91(1080):546-50.
Adam Lella. Number of Mobile-Only Internet Users Now Exceeds Desktop-Only in the U.S. (April 2015)
Tommy Helgevold. Build a radio in less than 1 minute
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