A.I. Burnasyan Scientific journal FMBC

Clinical Bulletin

ISSN 2782-6430 (print)

State Research Center −Burnasyan Federal Medical Biophysical
Center of Federal Medical Biological Agency

The journal is published in Russian.
Format – A4.
The periodicity of the journal is 4 times a year.

Issue №2 2022 год

A.I. Burnasyan  FMBC clinical bulletin. 2022 № 1

The First Podcast on Pathology in Russia
K.A. Pavlov, A.M. Borbat, T.O. Novikova, S.V. Lishchuk
A.I. Burnasyan Federal Medical Biophysical Center, Moscow, Russia

Contact person: Konstantin Pavlov, pavlovkos@gmail.com

Abstract
Basic information on podcasting and podcasts is given within the publication. Also we discuss the phenomenon of medical podcasting, especially in Russia, and give some links on leading medical podcasts. Being the authors of the first Russian podcast on pathology we share our experience on creating and starting the podcast, its evolution, aims, audience and basic topics. Future perspectives and routes for development of medical podcasting as well as its role in continuous medical education are also discussed.

Keywords: podcast, pathology
For citation: Pavlov KA, Borbat AM, Novikova TO, Lishchuk SV. The First Podcast on Pathology in Russia. A.I. Burnasyan Federal Medical Biophysical Center Clinical Bulletin. 2022.1:13-16. (In Russian) DOI: 10.33266/2782-6430-2022-1-13-16

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Conflict of interest. The authors declare no conflict of interest.
Financing. The study had no sponsorship.
Contribution. Article was prepared with equal participation of the authors.
Article received: 20.01.2022.  Accepted for publication: 01.02.2022    

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