How to Start a Medical Podcast (A Systems-Based Approach)

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Course Description

A podcast can be a powerful way to reach a specific audience. Blogs and youtube channels are a dime a dozen, but a high quality podcast in a specific healthcare niche is still relatively uncommon. And unlike blogs or videos, people can listen to your podcast anywhere, even while they are doing another task such as jogging or washing the dishes.

I've reached thousands of clinicians across the world with my message about critical care pharmacy.

How did I do it? With a podcast!

I launched The Elective Rotation podcast on July 23, 2015 to an audience of zero. I now have over 27,000 episode downloads and am the #1 ranked hospital pharmacy podcast in iTunes.

I've received several questions like...

1. How do you come up with your episode topics?

2. How do you support the show financially?

3. What equipment do I need to start podcasting?

4. Can I still podcast if I'm not very good with technology?

Those questions are what drove me to create this course.

In short, the How to Start a Medical Podcast course will take you from zero to launch on your podcast.

You'll get 23 value-packed lectures and I'll be there to support you throughout the course.

What are you waiting for? With lifetime access and a 30 day money back guarantee, there is absolutely no risk to you.

Who this course is for:

  • This how-to podcast course is especially for health care professionals who wish to participate in free open access medical education (FOAM) by hosting their own podcast.

Course content

8 sections • 23 lectures • 1h 3m total length
  • How a medical podcast differs from other podcast types
    02:43

Instructor

Podcaster, Author, and Critical Care Pharmacist
  • 4.8 Instructor Rating
  • 45 Reviews
  • 893 Students
  • 2 Courses

Hi, I’m Joe – better known as “Pharmacy Joe.” I am a Doctor of Pharmacy and Board Certified Pharmacotherapy Specialist. I am also the author of A Pharmacist’s Guide to Inpatient Medical Emergencies, creator of the Hospital Pharmacy Academy and host of The Elective Rotation: A Critical Care Hospital Pharmacy Podcast.

Expected Outcomes

  1. When you’re done with this course, you’ll have what it takes to successfully launch your podcast. I'll be there to support you throughout the course. I’ve vetted the most cost-effective equipment & software so that your podcast has excellent production quality for minimal cost. I’ll share the method that will help you choose or narrow your podcast topic and teach you how to define your intended audience. I’ll show you the best places to get content for your show – no matter what format you use. You'll learn how to record, edit, and publish your podcast. You’ll learn my best recording tips – including what I do to reduce the amount of time spent editing by 90%. I’ll teach you how to build your podcast website in a way that you’ll always be able to take it with you, no matter what web hosting company you use. If you desire to monetize your podcast, I’ll teach you 4 ways to do so. You'll learn how to spread the word about your podcast so that others can benefit from your knowledge and expertise. Requirements You don't need to have any specific skills - just the desire to start a podcast. A microphone (recommendations provided in the free introduction lecture) A mixer and digital recorder are optional but suggested (recommendations provided in the free introduction lecture) A website host (recommendations provided in the free introduction lecture) An audio file host (recommendations provided in the free introduction lecture) ID3 tagging software is optional but suggested (recommendations provided in the free introduction lecture) Audacity (free software for Mac or PC - a link is provided in the free introduction lecture) A free account with Auphonic.com Description A podcast can be a powerful way to reach a specific audience. Blogs and youtube channels are a dime a dozen, but a high quality podcast in a specific healthcare niche is still relatively uncommon. And unlike blogs or videos, people can listen to your podcast anywhere, even while they are doing another task such as jogging or washing the dishes. I've reached thousands of clinicians across the world with my message about critical care pharmacy. How did I do it? With a podcast! I launched The Elective Rotation podcast on July 23, 2015 to an audience of zero. I now have over 27,000 episode downloads and am the #1 ranked hospital pharmacy podcast in iTunes. I've received several questions like... 1. How do you come up with your episode topics? 2. How do you support the show financially? 3. What equipment do I need to start podcasting? 4. Can I still podcast if I'm not very good with technology? Those questions are what drove me to create this course. In short, the How to Start a Medical Podcast course will take you from zero to launch on your podcast. You'll get 23 value-packed lectures and I'll be there to support you throughout the course. What are you waiting for? With lifetime access and a 30 day money back guarantee, there is absolutely no risk to you. Who this course is for: This how-to podcast course is especially for health care professionals who wish to participate in free open access medical education (FOAM) by hosting their own podcast. Show more Show less Course content 8 sections • 23 lectures • 1h 3m total length Expand all sections Introduction 5 lectures • 11min Objectives Preview 02:44 Introduction Preview 01:27 What is FOAM? Preview 02:10 Why make a FOAM podcast? Preview 02:21 How a medical podcast differs from other podcast types 02:43 Neurologic system of podcasting (how to choose your podcast topic) 4 lectures • 9min Neurologic system of podcasting (how to choose your podcast topic) 00:18 Finding your podcast topic 03:39 Creating your perfect listener 02:57 Choosing your podcast name and artwork 01:54 Alimentary system of podcasting (the equipment and software needed) 4 lectures • 8min The guts of a podcast 00:12 The minimum equipment necessary Preview 01:21 A few "luxury" items Preview 02:12 3 pieces of software 03:48 Cardiac system of podcasting (Website and media hosting) 3 lectures • 6min Cardiac system of podcasting (Website and media hosting) 00:13 Webhosting: A home for your podcast 03:12 Media hosting 02:09 Hematologic system of podcasting (Content for your podcast) 1 lecture • 2min Where to find content for your podcast 01:38 Respiratory system of podcasting (Recording and editing) 1 lecture • 5min Recording, editing & tagging your audio files 04:59 Infectious system of podcasting (Publishing and promoting) 4 lectures • 23min A note about building your website 00:26 Building your wordpress site & publishing an episode start to finish 19:19 Promoting on social media 01:56 Monetizing your FOAM podcast 01:43 Conclusion 1 lecture • 1min Conclusion 00:29 Instructor Joe Muench Podcaster, Author, and Critical Care Pharmacist 4.8 Instructor Rating 45 Reviews 893 Students 2 Courses Hi, I’m Joe – better known as “Pharmacy Joe.” I am a Doctor of Pharmacy and Board Certified Pharmacotherapy Specialist. I am also the author of A Pharmacist’s Guide to Inpatient Medical Emergencies, creator of the Hospital Pharmacy Academy and host of The Elective Rotation: A Critical Care Hospital Pharmacy Podcast. Show more Show less Udemy Business Teach on Udemy Get the app About us Contact us Careers Blog Help and Support Affiliate Impressum Kontakt Terms Privacy policy Cookie settings Sitemap © 2021 Udemy, Inc. window.handleCSSToggleButtonClick = function (event) { var target = event.currentTarget; var cssToggleId = target && target.dataset && target.dataset.cssToggleId; var input = cssToggleId && document.getElementById(cssToggleId); if (input) { if (input.dataset.type === 'checkbox') { input.dataset.checked = input.dataset.checked ? '' : 'checked'; } else { input.dataset.checked = input.dataset.allowToggle && input.dataset.checked ? 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  2. I'll be there to support you throughout the course. I’ve vetted the most cost-effective equipment & software so that your podcast has excellent production quality for minimal cost. I’ll share the method that will help you choose or narrow your podcast topic and teach you how to define your intended audience. I’ll show you the best places to get content for your show – no matter what format you use. You'll learn how to record, edit, and publish your podcast. You’ll learn my best recording tips – including what I do to reduce the amount of time spent editing by 90%. I’ll teach you how to build your podcast website in a way that you’ll always be able to take it with you, no matter what web hosting company you use. If you desire to monetize your podcast, I’ll teach you 4 ways to do so. You'll learn how to spread the word about your podcast so that others can benefit from your knowledge and expertise. Requirements You don't need to have any specific skills - just the desire to start a podcast. A microphone (recommendations provided in the free introduction lecture) A mixer and digital recorder are optional but suggested (recommendations provided in the free introduction lecture) A website host (recommendations provided in the free introduction lecture) An audio file host (recommendations provided in the free introduction lecture) ID3 tagging software is optional but suggested (recommendations provided in the free introduction lecture) Audacity (free software for Mac or PC - a link is provided in the free introduction lecture) A free account with Auphonic.com Description A podcast can be a powerful way to reach a specific audience. Blogs and youtube channels are a dime a dozen, but a high quality podcast in a specific healthcare niche is still relatively uncommon. And unlike blogs or videos, people can listen to your podcast anywhere, even while they are doing another task such as jogging or washing the dishes. I've reached thousands of clinicians across the world with my message about critical care pharmacy. How did I do it? With a podcast! I launched The Elective Rotation podcast on July 23, 2015 to an audience of zero. I now have over 27,000 episode downloads and am the #1 ranked hospital pharmacy podcast in iTunes. I've received several questions like... 1. How do you come up with your episode topics? 2. How do you support the show financially? 3. What equipment do I need to start podcasting? 4. Can I still podcast if I'm not very good with technology? Those questions are what drove me to create this course. In short, the How to Start a Medical Podcast course will take you from zero to launch on your podcast. You'll get 23 value-packed lectures and I'll be there to support you throughout the course. What are you waiting for? With lifetime access and a 30 day money back guarantee, there is absolutely no risk to you. Who this course is for: This how-to podcast course is especially for health care professionals who wish to participate in free open access medical education (FOAM) by hosting their own podcast. Show more Show less Course content 8 sections • 23 lectures • 1h 3m total length Expand all sections Introduction 5 lectures • 11min Objectives Preview 02:44 Introduction Preview 01:27 What is FOAM? Preview 02:10 Why make a FOAM podcast? Preview 02:21 How a medical podcast differs from other podcast types 02:43 Neurologic system of podcasting (how to choose your podcast topic) 4 lectures • 9min Neurologic system of podcasting (how to choose your podcast topic) 00:18 Finding your podcast topic 03:39 Creating your perfect listener 02:57 Choosing your podcast name and artwork 01:54 Alimentary system of podcasting (the equipment and software needed) 4 lectures • 8min The guts of a podcast 00:12 The minimum equipment necessary Preview 01:21 A few "luxury" items Preview 02:12 3 pieces of software 03:48 Cardiac system of podcasting (Website and media hosting) 3 lectures • 6min Cardiac system of podcasting (Website and media hosting) 00:13 Webhosting: A home for your podcast 03:12 Media hosting 02:09 Hematologic system of podcasting (Content for your podcast) 1 lecture • 2min Where to find content for your podcast 01:38 Respiratory system of podcasting (Recording and editing) 1 lecture • 5min Recording, editing & tagging your audio files 04:59 Infectious system of podcasting (Publishing and promoting) 4 lectures • 23min A note about building your website 00:26 Building your wordpress site & publishing an episode start to finish 19:19 Promoting on social media 01:56 Monetizing your FOAM podcast 01:43 Conclusion 1 lecture • 1min Conclusion 00:29 Instructor Joe Muench Podcaster, Author, and Critical Care Pharmacist 4.8 Instructor Rating 45 Reviews 893 Students 2 Courses Hi, I’m Joe – better known as “Pharmacy Joe.” I am a Doctor of Pharmacy and Board Certified Pharmacotherapy Specialist. I am also the author of A Pharmacist’s Guide to Inpatient Medical Emergencies, creator of the Hospital Pharmacy Academy and host of The Elective Rotation: A Critical Care Hospital Pharmacy Podcast. Show more Show less Udemy Business Teach on Udemy Get the app About us Contact us Careers Blog Help and Support Affiliate Impressum Kontakt Terms Privacy policy Cookie settings Sitemap © 2021 Udemy, Inc. window.handleCSSToggleButtonClick = function (event) { var target = event.currentTarget; var cssToggleId = target && target.dataset && target.dataset.cssToggleId; var input = cssToggleId && document.getElementById(cssToggleId); if (input) { if (input.dataset.type === 'checkbox') { input.dataset.checked = input.dataset.checked ? '' : 'checked'; } else { input.dataset.checked = input.dataset.allowToggle && input.dataset.checked ? 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  3. I’ve vetted the most cost-effective equipment & software so that your podcast has excellent production quality for minimal cost. I’ll share the method that will help you choose or narrow your podcast topic and teach you how to define your intended audience. I’ll show you the best places to get content for your show – no matter what format you use. You'll learn how to record, edit, and publish your podcast. You’ll learn my best recording tips – including what I do to reduce the amount of time spent editing by 90%. I’ll teach you how to build your podcast website in a way that you’ll always be able to take it with you, no matter what web hosting company you use. If you desire to monetize your podcast, I’ll teach you 4 ways to do so. You'll learn how to spread the word about your podcast so that others can benefit from your knowledge and expertise. Requirements You don't need to have any specific skills - just the desire to start a podcast. A microphone (recommendations provided in the free introduction lecture) A mixer and digital recorder are optional but suggested (recommendations provided in the free introduction lecture) A website host (recommendations provided in the free introduction lecture) An audio file host (recommendations provided in the free introduction lecture) ID3 tagging software is optional but suggested (recommendations provided in the free introduction lecture) Audacity (free software for Mac or PC - a link is provided in the free introduction lecture) A free account with Auphonic.com Description A podcast can be a powerful way to reach a specific audience. Blogs and youtube channels are a dime a dozen, but a high quality podcast in a specific healthcare niche is still relatively uncommon. And unlike blogs or videos, people can listen to your podcast anywhere, even while they are doing another task such as jogging or washing the dishes. I've reached thousands of clinicians across the world with my message about critical care pharmacy. How did I do it? With a podcast! I launched The Elective Rotation podcast on July 23, 2015 to an audience of zero. I now have over 27,000 episode downloads and am the #1 ranked hospital pharmacy podcast in iTunes. I've received several questions like... 1. How do you come up with your episode topics? 2. How do you support the show financially? 3. What equipment do I need to start podcasting? 4. Can I still podcast if I'm not very good with technology? Those questions are what drove me to create this course. In short, the How to Start a Medical Podcast course will take you from zero to launch on your podcast. You'll get 23 value-packed lectures and I'll be there to support you throughout the course. What are you waiting for? With lifetime access and a 30 day money back guarantee, there is absolutely no risk to you. Who this course is for: This how-to podcast course is especially for health care professionals who wish to participate in free open access medical education (FOAM) by hosting their own podcast. Show more Show less Course content 8 sections • 23 lectures • 1h 3m total length Expand all sections Introduction 5 lectures • 11min Objectives Preview 02:44 Introduction Preview 01:27 What is FOAM? Preview 02:10 Why make a FOAM podcast? Preview 02:21 How a medical podcast differs from other podcast types 02:43 Neurologic system of podcasting (how to choose your podcast topic) 4 lectures • 9min Neurologic system of podcasting (how to choose your podcast topic) 00:18 Finding your podcast topic 03:39 Creating your perfect listener 02:57 Choosing your podcast name and artwork 01:54 Alimentary system of podcasting (the equipment and software needed) 4 lectures • 8min The guts of a podcast 00:12 The minimum equipment necessary Preview 01:21 A few "luxury" items Preview 02:12 3 pieces of software 03:48 Cardiac system of podcasting (Website and media hosting) 3 lectures • 6min Cardiac system of podcasting (Website and media hosting) 00:13 Webhosting: A home for your podcast 03:12 Media hosting 02:09 Hematologic system of podcasting (Content for your podcast) 1 lecture • 2min Where to find content for your podcast 01:38 Respiratory system of podcasting (Recording and editing) 1 lecture • 5min Recording, editing & tagging your audio files 04:59 Infectious system of podcasting (Publishing and promoting) 4 lectures • 23min A note about building your website 00:26 Building your wordpress site & publishing an episode start to finish 19:19 Promoting on social media 01:56 Monetizing your FOAM podcast 01:43 Conclusion 1 lecture • 1min Conclusion 00:29 Instructor Joe Muench Podcaster, Author, and Critical Care Pharmacist 4.8 Instructor Rating 45 Reviews 893 Students 2 Courses Hi, I’m Joe – better known as “Pharmacy Joe.” I am a Doctor of Pharmacy and Board Certified Pharmacotherapy Specialist. I am also the author of A Pharmacist’s Guide to Inpatient Medical Emergencies, creator of the Hospital Pharmacy Academy and host of The Elective Rotation: A Critical Care Hospital Pharmacy Podcast. Show more Show less Udemy Business Teach on Udemy Get the app About us Contact us Careers Blog Help and Support Affiliate Impressum Kontakt Terms Privacy policy Cookie settings Sitemap © 2021 Udemy, Inc. window.handleCSSToggleButtonClick = function (event) { var target = event.currentTarget; var cssToggleId = target && target.dataset && target.dataset.cssToggleId; var input = cssToggleId && document.getElementById(cssToggleId); if (input) { if (input.dataset.type === 'checkbox') { input.dataset.checked = input.dataset.checked ? '' : 'checked'; } else { input.dataset.checked = input.dataset.allowToggle && input.dataset.checked ? 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  4. I’ll share the method that will help you choose or narrow your podcast topic and teach you how to define your intended audience. I’ll show you the best places to get content for your show – no matter what format you use. You'll learn how to record, edit, and publish your podcast. You’ll learn my best recording tips – including what I do to reduce the amount of time spent editing by 90%. I’ll teach you how to build your podcast website in a way that you’ll always be able to take it with you, no matter what web hosting company you use. If you desire to monetize your podcast, I’ll teach you 4 ways to do so. You'll learn how to spread the word about your podcast so that others can benefit from your knowledge and expertise. Requirements You don't need to have any specific skills - just the desire to start a podcast. A microphone (recommendations provided in the free introduction lecture) A mixer and digital recorder are optional but suggested (recommendations provided in the free introduction lecture) A website host (recommendations provided in the free introduction lecture) An audio file host (recommendations provided in the free introduction lecture) ID3 tagging software is optional but suggested (recommendations provided in the free introduction lecture) Audacity (free software for Mac or PC - a link is provided in the free introduction lecture) A free account with Auphonic.com Description A podcast can be a powerful way to reach a specific audience. Blogs and youtube channels are a dime a dozen, but a high quality podcast in a specific healthcare niche is still relatively uncommon. And unlike blogs or videos, people can listen to your podcast anywhere, even while they are doing another task such as jogging or washing the dishes. I've reached thousands of clinicians across the world with my message about critical care pharmacy. How did I do it? With a podcast! I launched The Elective Rotation podcast on July 23, 2015 to an audience of zero. I now have over 27,000 episode downloads and am the #1 ranked hospital pharmacy podcast in iTunes. I've received several questions like... 1. How do you come up with your episode topics? 2. How do you support the show financially? 3. What equipment do I need to start podcasting? 4. Can I still podcast if I'm not very good with technology? Those questions are what drove me to create this course. In short, the How to Start a Medical Podcast course will take you from zero to launch on your podcast. You'll get 23 value-packed lectures and I'll be there to support you throughout the course. What are you waiting for? With lifetime access and a 30 day money back guarantee, there is absolutely no risk to you. Who this course is for: This how-to podcast course is especially for health care professionals who wish to participate in free open access medical education (FOAM) by hosting their own podcast. Show more Show less Course content 8 sections • 23 lectures • 1h 3m total length Expand all sections Introduction 5 lectures • 11min Objectives Preview 02:44 Introduction Preview 01:27 What is FOAM? Preview 02:10 Why make a FOAM podcast? Preview 02:21 How a medical podcast differs from other podcast types 02:43 Neurologic system of podcasting (how to choose your podcast topic) 4 lectures • 9min Neurologic system of podcasting (how to choose your podcast topic) 00:18 Finding your podcast topic 03:39 Creating your perfect listener 02:57 Choosing your podcast name and artwork 01:54 Alimentary system of podcasting (the equipment and software needed) 4 lectures • 8min The guts of a podcast 00:12 The minimum equipment necessary Preview 01:21 A few "luxury" items Preview 02:12 3 pieces of software 03:48 Cardiac system of podcasting (Website and media hosting) 3 lectures • 6min Cardiac system of podcasting (Website and media hosting) 00:13 Webhosting: A home for your podcast 03:12 Media hosting 02:09 Hematologic system of podcasting (Content for your podcast) 1 lecture • 2min Where to find content for your podcast 01:38 Respiratory system of podcasting (Recording and editing) 1 lecture • 5min Recording, editing & tagging your audio files 04:59 Infectious system of podcasting (Publishing and promoting) 4 lectures • 23min A note about building your website 00:26 Building your wordpress site & publishing an episode start to finish 19:19 Promoting on social media 01:56 Monetizing your FOAM podcast 01:43 Conclusion 1 lecture • 1min Conclusion 00:29 Instructor Joe Muench Podcaster, Author, and Critical Care Pharmacist 4.8 Instructor Rating 45 Reviews 893 Students 2 Courses Hi, I’m Joe – better known as “Pharmacy Joe.” I am a Doctor of Pharmacy and Board Certified Pharmacotherapy Specialist. I am also the author of A Pharmacist’s Guide to Inpatient Medical Emergencies, creator of the Hospital Pharmacy Academy and host of The Elective Rotation: A Critical Care Hospital Pharmacy Podcast. Show more Show less Udemy Business Teach on Udemy Get the app About us Contact us Careers Blog Help and Support Affiliate Impressum Kontakt Terms Privacy policy Cookie settings Sitemap © 2021 Udemy, Inc. window.handleCSSToggleButtonClick = function (event) { var target = event.currentTarget; var cssToggleId = target && target.dataset && target.dataset.cssToggleId; var input = cssToggleId && document.getElementById(cssToggleId); if (input) { if (input.dataset.type === 'checkbox') { input.dataset.checked = input.dataset.checked ? '' : 'checked'; } else { input.dataset.checked = input.dataset.allowToggle && input.dataset.checked ? 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  5. I’ll show you the best places to get content for your show – no matter what format you use. You'll learn how to record, edit, and publish your podcast. You’ll learn my best recording tips – including what I do to reduce the amount of time spent editing by 90%. I’ll teach you how to build your podcast website in a way that you’ll always be able to take it with you, no matter what web hosting company you use. If you desire to monetize your podcast, I’ll teach you 4 ways to do so. You'll learn how to spread the word about your podcast so that others can benefit from your knowledge and expertise. Requirements You don't need to have any specific skills - just the desire to start a podcast. A microphone (recommendations provided in the free introduction lecture) A mixer and digital recorder are optional but suggested (recommendations provided in the free introduction lecture) A website host (recommendations provided in the free introduction lecture) An audio file host (recommendations provided in the free introduction lecture) ID3 tagging software is optional but suggested (recommendations provided in the free introduction lecture) Audacity (free software for Mac or PC - a link is provided in the free introduction lecture) A free account with Auphonic.com Description A podcast can be a powerful way to reach a specific audience. Blogs and youtube channels are a dime a dozen, but a high quality podcast in a specific healthcare niche is still relatively uncommon. And unlike blogs or videos, people can listen to your podcast anywhere, even while they are doing another task such as jogging or washing the dishes. I've reached thousands of clinicians across the world with my message about critical care pharmacy. How did I do it? With a podcast! I launched The Elective Rotation podcast on July 23, 2015 to an audience of zero. I now have over 27,000 episode downloads and am the #1 ranked hospital pharmacy podcast in iTunes. I've received several questions like... 1. How do you come up with your episode topics? 2. How do you support the show financially? 3. What equipment do I need to start podcasting? 4. Can I still podcast if I'm not very good with technology? Those questions are what drove me to create this course. In short, the How to Start a Medical Podcast course will take you from zero to launch on your podcast. You'll get 23 value-packed lectures and I'll be there to support you throughout the course. What are you waiting for? With lifetime access and a 30 day money back guarantee, there is absolutely no risk to you. Who this course is for: This how-to podcast course is especially for health care professionals who wish to participate in free open access medical education (FOAM) by hosting their own podcast. Show more Show less Course content 8 sections • 23 lectures • 1h 3m total length Expand all sections Introduction 5 lectures • 11min Objectives Preview 02:44 Introduction Preview 01:27 What is FOAM? Preview 02:10 Why make a FOAM podcast? Preview 02:21 How a medical podcast differs from other podcast types 02:43 Neurologic system of podcasting (how to choose your podcast topic) 4 lectures • 9min Neurologic system of podcasting (how to choose your podcast topic) 00:18 Finding your podcast topic 03:39 Creating your perfect listener 02:57 Choosing your podcast name and artwork 01:54 Alimentary system of podcasting (the equipment and software needed) 4 lectures • 8min The guts of a podcast 00:12 The minimum equipment necessary Preview 01:21 A few "luxury" items Preview 02:12 3 pieces of software 03:48 Cardiac system of podcasting (Website and media hosting) 3 lectures • 6min Cardiac system of podcasting (Website and media hosting) 00:13 Webhosting: A home for your podcast 03:12 Media hosting 02:09 Hematologic system of podcasting (Content for your podcast) 1 lecture • 2min Where to find content for your podcast 01:38 Respiratory system of podcasting (Recording and editing) 1 lecture • 5min Recording, editing & tagging your audio files 04:59 Infectious system of podcasting (Publishing and promoting) 4 lectures • 23min A note about building your website 00:26 Building your wordpress site & publishing an episode start to finish 19:19 Promoting on social media 01:56 Monetizing your FOAM podcast 01:43 Conclusion 1 lecture • 1min Conclusion 00:29 Instructor Joe Muench Podcaster, Author, and Critical Care Pharmacist 4.8 Instructor Rating 45 Reviews 893 Students 2 Courses Hi, I’m Joe – better known as “Pharmacy Joe.” I am a Doctor of Pharmacy and Board Certified Pharmacotherapy Specialist. I am also the author of A Pharmacist’s Guide to Inpatient Medical Emergencies, creator of the Hospital Pharmacy Academy and host of The Elective Rotation: A Critical Care Hospital Pharmacy Podcast. Show more Show less Udemy Business Teach on Udemy Get the app About us Contact us Careers Blog Help and Support Affiliate Impressum Kontakt Terms Privacy policy Cookie settings Sitemap © 2021 Udemy, Inc. window.handleCSSToggleButtonClick = function (event) { var target = event.currentTarget; var cssToggleId = target && target.dataset && target.dataset.cssToggleId; var input = cssToggleId && document.getElementById(cssToggleId); if (input) { if (input.dataset.type === 'checkbox') { input.dataset.checked = input.dataset.checked ? '' : 'checked'; } else { input.dataset.checked = input.dataset.allowToggle && input.dataset.checked ? 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  6. You'll learn how to record, edit, and publish your podcast. You’ll learn my best recording tips – including what I do to reduce the amount of time spent editing by 90%. I’ll teach you how to build your podcast website in a way that you’ll always be able to take it with you, no matter what web hosting company you use. If you desire to monetize your podcast, I’ll teach you 4 ways to do so. You'll learn how to spread the word about your podcast so that others can benefit from your knowledge and expertise. Requirements You don't need to have any specific skills - just the desire to start a podcast. A microphone (recommendations provided in the free introduction lecture) A mixer and digital recorder are optional but suggested (recommendations provided in the free introduction lecture) A website host (recommendations provided in the free introduction lecture) An audio file host (recommendations provided in the free introduction lecture) ID3 tagging software is optional but suggested (recommendations provided in the free introduction lecture) Audacity (free software for Mac or PC - a link is provided in the free introduction lecture) A free account with Auphonic.com Description A podcast can be a powerful way to reach a specific audience. Blogs and youtube channels are a dime a dozen, but a high quality podcast in a specific healthcare niche is still relatively uncommon. And unlike blogs or videos, people can listen to your podcast anywhere, even while they are doing another task such as jogging or washing the dishes. I've reached thousands of clinicians across the world with my message about critical care pharmacy. How did I do it? With a podcast! I launched The Elective Rotation podcast on July 23, 2015 to an audience of zero. I now have over 27,000 episode downloads and am the #1 ranked hospital pharmacy podcast in iTunes. I've received several questions like... 1. How do you come up with your episode topics? 2. How do you support the show financially? 3. What equipment do I need to start podcasting? 4. Can I still podcast if I'm not very good with technology? Those questions are what drove me to create this course. In short, the How to Start a Medical Podcast course will take you from zero to launch on your podcast. You'll get 23 value-packed lectures and I'll be there to support you throughout the course. What are you waiting for? With lifetime access and a 30 day money back guarantee, there is absolutely no risk to you. Who this course is for: This how-to podcast course is especially for health care professionals who wish to participate in free open access medical education (FOAM) by hosting their own podcast. Show more Show less Course content 8 sections • 23 lectures • 1h 3m total length Expand all sections Introduction 5 lectures • 11min Objectives Preview 02:44 Introduction Preview 01:27 What is FOAM? Preview 02:10 Why make a FOAM podcast? Preview 02:21 How a medical podcast differs from other podcast types 02:43 Neurologic system of podcasting (how to choose your podcast topic) 4 lectures • 9min Neurologic system of podcasting (how to choose your podcast topic) 00:18 Finding your podcast topic 03:39 Creating your perfect listener 02:57 Choosing your podcast name and artwork 01:54 Alimentary system of podcasting (the equipment and software needed) 4 lectures • 8min The guts of a podcast 00:12 The minimum equipment necessary Preview 01:21 A few "luxury" items Preview 02:12 3 pieces of software 03:48 Cardiac system of podcasting (Website and media hosting) 3 lectures • 6min Cardiac system of podcasting (Website and media hosting) 00:13 Webhosting: A home for your podcast 03:12 Media hosting 02:09 Hematologic system of podcasting (Content for your podcast) 1 lecture • 2min Where to find content for your podcast 01:38 Respiratory system of podcasting (Recording and editing) 1 lecture • 5min Recording, editing & tagging your audio files 04:59 Infectious system of podcasting (Publishing and promoting) 4 lectures • 23min A note about building your website 00:26 Building your wordpress site & publishing an episode start to finish 19:19 Promoting on social media 01:56 Monetizing your FOAM podcast 01:43 Conclusion 1 lecture • 1min Conclusion 00:29 Instructor Joe Muench Podcaster, Author, and Critical Care Pharmacist 4.8 Instructor Rating 45 Reviews 893 Students 2 Courses Hi, I’m Joe – better known as “Pharmacy Joe.” I am a Doctor of Pharmacy and Board Certified Pharmacotherapy Specialist. I am also the author of A Pharmacist’s Guide to Inpatient Medical Emergencies, creator of the Hospital Pharmacy Academy and host of The Elective Rotation: A Critical Care Hospital Pharmacy Podcast. Show more Show less Udemy Business Teach on Udemy Get the app About us Contact us Careers Blog Help and Support Affiliate Impressum Kontakt Terms Privacy policy Cookie settings Sitemap © 2021 Udemy, Inc. window.handleCSSToggleButtonClick = function (event) { var target = event.currentTarget; var cssToggleId = target && target.dataset && target.dataset.cssToggleId; var input = cssToggleId && document.getElementById(cssToggleId); if (input) { if (input.dataset.type === 'checkbox') { input.dataset.checked = input.dataset.checked ? '' : 'checked'; } else { input.dataset.checked = input.dataset.allowToggle && input.dataset.checked ? 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  7. You’ll learn my best recording tips – including what I do to reduce the amount of time spent editing by 90%. I’ll teach you how to build your podcast website in a way that you’ll always be able to take it with you, no matter what web hosting company you use. If you desire to monetize your podcast, I’ll teach you 4 ways to do so. You'll learn how to spread the word about your podcast so that others can benefit from your knowledge and expertise. Requirements You don't need to have any specific skills - just the desire to start a podcast. A microphone (recommendations provided in the free introduction lecture) A mixer and digital recorder are optional but suggested (recommendations provided in the free introduction lecture) A website host (recommendations provided in the free introduction lecture) An audio file host (recommendations provided in the free introduction lecture) ID3 tagging software is optional but suggested (recommendations provided in the free introduction lecture) Audacity (free software for Mac or PC - a link is provided in the free introduction lecture) A free account with Auphonic.com Description A podcast can be a powerful way to reach a specific audience. Blogs and youtube channels are a dime a dozen, but a high quality podcast in a specific healthcare niche is still relatively uncommon. And unlike blogs or videos, people can listen to your podcast anywhere, even while they are doing another task such as jogging or washing the dishes. I've reached thousands of clinicians across the world with my message about critical care pharmacy. How did I do it? With a podcast! I launched The Elective Rotation podcast on July 23, 2015 to an audience of zero. I now have over 27,000 episode downloads and am the #1 ranked hospital pharmacy podcast in iTunes. I've received several questions like... 1. How do you come up with your episode topics? 2. How do you support the show financially? 3. What equipment do I need to start podcasting? 4. Can I still podcast if I'm not very good with technology? Those questions are what drove me to create this course. In short, the How to Start a Medical Podcast course will take you from zero to launch on your podcast. You'll get 23 value-packed lectures and I'll be there to support you throughout the course. What are you waiting for? With lifetime access and a 30 day money back guarantee, there is absolutely no risk to you. Who this course is for: This how-to podcast course is especially for health care professionals who wish to participate in free open access medical education (FOAM) by hosting their own podcast. Show more Show less Course content 8 sections • 23 lectures • 1h 3m total length Expand all sections Introduction 5 lectures • 11min Objectives Preview 02:44 Introduction Preview 01:27 What is FOAM? Preview 02:10 Why make a FOAM podcast? Preview 02:21 How a medical podcast differs from other podcast types 02:43 Neurologic system of podcasting (how to choose your podcast topic) 4 lectures • 9min Neurologic system of podcasting (how to choose your podcast topic) 00:18 Finding your podcast topic 03:39 Creating your perfect listener 02:57 Choosing your podcast name and artwork 01:54 Alimentary system of podcasting (the equipment and software needed) 4 lectures • 8min The guts of a podcast 00:12 The minimum equipment necessary Preview 01:21 A few "luxury" items Preview 02:12 3 pieces of software 03:48 Cardiac system of podcasting (Website and media hosting) 3 lectures • 6min Cardiac system of podcasting (Website and media hosting) 00:13 Webhosting: A home for your podcast 03:12 Media hosting 02:09 Hematologic system of podcasting (Content for your podcast) 1 lecture • 2min Where to find content for your podcast 01:38 Respiratory system of podcasting (Recording and editing) 1 lecture • 5min Recording, editing & tagging your audio files 04:59 Infectious system of podcasting (Publishing and promoting) 4 lectures • 23min A note about building your website 00:26 Building your wordpress site & publishing an episode start to finish 19:19 Promoting on social media 01:56 Monetizing your FOAM podcast 01:43 Conclusion 1 lecture • 1min Conclusion 00:29 Instructor Joe Muench Podcaster, Author, and Critical Care Pharmacist 4.8 Instructor Rating 45 Reviews 893 Students 2 Courses Hi, I’m Joe – better known as “Pharmacy Joe.” I am a Doctor of Pharmacy and Board Certified Pharmacotherapy Specialist. 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  8. I’ll teach you how to build your podcast website in a way that you’ll always be able to take it with you, no matter what web hosting company you use. If you desire to monetize your podcast, I’ll teach you 4 ways to do so. You'll learn how to spread the word about your podcast so that others can benefit from your knowledge and expertise. Requirements You don't need to have any specific skills - just the desire to start a podcast. A microphone (recommendations provided in the free introduction lecture) A mixer and digital recorder are optional but suggested (recommendations provided in the free introduction lecture) A website host (recommendations provided in the free introduction lecture) An audio file host (recommendations provided in the free introduction lecture) ID3 tagging software is optional but suggested (recommendations provided in the free introduction lecture) Audacity (free software for Mac or PC - a link is provided in the free introduction lecture) A free account with Auphonic.com Description A podcast can be a powerful way to reach a specific audience. Blogs and youtube channels are a dime a dozen, but a high quality podcast in a specific healthcare niche is still relatively uncommon. And unlike blogs or videos, people can listen to your podcast anywhere, even while they are doing another task such as jogging or washing the dishes. I've reached thousands of clinicians across the world with my message about critical care pharmacy. How did I do it? With a podcast! I launched The Elective Rotation podcast on July 23, 2015 to an audience of zero. I now have over 27,000 episode downloads and am the #1 ranked hospital pharmacy podcast in iTunes. I've received several questions like... 1. How do you come up with your episode topics? 2. How do you support the show financially? 3. What equipment do I need to start podcasting? 4. Can I still podcast if I'm not very good with technology? Those questions are what drove me to create this course. In short, the How to Start a Medical Podcast course will take you from zero to launch on your podcast. You'll get 23 value-packed lectures and I'll be there to support you throughout the course. What are you waiting for? With lifetime access and a 30 day money back guarantee, there is absolutely no risk to you. Who this course is for: This how-to podcast course is especially for health care professionals who wish to participate in free open access medical education (FOAM) by hosting their own podcast. Show more Show less Course content 8 sections • 23 lectures • 1h 3m total length Expand all sections Introduction 5 lectures • 11min Objectives Preview 02:44 Introduction Preview 01:27 What is FOAM? Preview 02:10 Why make a FOAM podcast? Preview 02:21 How a medical podcast differs from other podcast types 02:43 Neurologic system of podcasting (how to choose your podcast topic) 4 lectures • 9min Neurologic system of podcasting (how to choose your podcast topic) 00:18 Finding your podcast topic 03:39 Creating your perfect listener 02:57 Choosing your podcast name and artwork 01:54 Alimentary system of podcasting (the equipment and software needed) 4 lectures • 8min The guts of a podcast 00:12 The minimum equipment necessary Preview 01:21 A few "luxury" items Preview 02:12 3 pieces of software 03:48 Cardiac system of podcasting (Website and media hosting) 3 lectures • 6min Cardiac system of podcasting (Website and media hosting) 00:13 Webhosting: A home for your podcast 03:12 Media hosting 02:09 Hematologic system of podcasting (Content for your podcast) 1 lecture • 2min Where to find content for your podcast 01:38 Respiratory system of podcasting (Recording and editing) 1 lecture • 5min Recording, editing & tagging your audio files 04:59 Infectious system of podcasting (Publishing and promoting) 4 lectures • 23min A note about building your website 00:26 Building your wordpress site & publishing an episode start to finish 19:19 Promoting on social media 01:56 Monetizing your FOAM podcast 01:43 Conclusion 1 lecture • 1min Conclusion 00:29 Instructor Joe Muench Podcaster, Author, and Critical Care Pharmacist 4.8 Instructor Rating 45 Reviews 893 Students 2 Courses Hi, I’m Joe – better known as “Pharmacy Joe.” I am a Doctor of Pharmacy and Board Certified Pharmacotherapy Specialist. I am also the author of A Pharmacist’s Guide to Inpatient Medical Emergencies, creator of the Hospital Pharmacy Academy and host of The Elective Rotation: A Critical Care Hospital Pharmacy Podcast. Show more Show less Udemy Business Teach on Udemy Get the app About us Contact us Careers Blog Help and Support Affiliate Impressum Kontakt Terms Privacy policy Cookie settings Sitemap © 2021 Udemy, Inc. window.handleCSSToggleButtonClick = function (event) { var target = event.currentTarget; var cssToggleId = target && target.dataset && target.dataset.cssToggleId; var input = cssToggleId && document.getElementById(cssToggleId); if (input) { if (input.dataset.type === 'checkbox') { input.dataset.checked = input.dataset.checked ? '' : 'checked'; } else { input.dataset.checked = input.dataset.allowToggle && input.dataset.checked ? 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  9. If you desire to monetize your podcast, I’ll teach you 4 ways to do so. You'll learn how to spread the word about your podcast so that others can benefit from your knowledge and expertise. Requirements You don't need to have any specific skills - just the desire to start a podcast. A microphone (recommendations provided in the free introduction lecture) A mixer and digital recorder are optional but suggested (recommendations provided in the free introduction lecture) A website host (recommendations provided in the free introduction lecture) An audio file host (recommendations provided in the free introduction lecture) ID3 tagging software is optional but suggested (recommendations provided in the free introduction lecture) Audacity (free software for Mac or PC - a link is provided in the free introduction lecture) A free account with Auphonic.com Description A podcast can be a powerful way to reach a specific audience. Blogs and youtube channels are a dime a dozen, but a high quality podcast in a specific healthcare niche is still relatively uncommon. And unlike blogs or videos, people can listen to your podcast anywhere, even while they are doing another task such as jogging or washing the dishes. I've reached thousands of clinicians across the world with my message about critical care pharmacy. How did I do it? With a podcast! I launched The Elective Rotation podcast on July 23, 2015 to an audience of zero. I now have over 27,000 episode downloads and am the #1 ranked hospital pharmacy podcast in iTunes. I've received several questions like... 1. How do you come up with your episode topics? 2. How do you support the show financially? 3. What equipment do I need to start podcasting? 4. Can I still podcast if I'm not very good with technology? Those questions are what drove me to create this course. In short, the How to Start a Medical Podcast course will take you from zero to launch on your podcast. You'll get 23 value-packed lectures and I'll be there to support you throughout the course. What are you waiting for? With lifetime access and a 30 day money back guarantee, there is absolutely no risk to you. Who this course is for: This how-to podcast course is especially for health care professionals who wish to participate in free open access medical education (FOAM) by hosting their own podcast. Show more Show less Course content 8 sections • 23 lectures • 1h 3m total length Expand all sections Introduction 5 lectures • 11min Objectives Preview 02:44 Introduction Preview 01:27 What is FOAM? Preview 02:10 Why make a FOAM podcast? Preview 02:21 How a medical podcast differs from other podcast types 02:43 Neurologic system of podcasting (how to choose your podcast topic) 4 lectures • 9min Neurologic system of podcasting (how to choose your podcast topic) 00:18 Finding your podcast topic 03:39 Creating your perfect listener 02:57 Choosing your podcast name and artwork 01:54 Alimentary system of podcasting (the equipment and software needed) 4 lectures • 8min The guts of a podcast 00:12 The minimum equipment necessary Preview 01:21 A few "luxury" items Preview 02:12 3 pieces of software 03:48 Cardiac system of podcasting (Website and media hosting) 3 lectures • 6min Cardiac system of podcasting (Website and media hosting) 00:13 Webhosting: A home for your podcast 03:12 Media hosting 02:09 Hematologic system of podcasting (Content for your podcast) 1 lecture • 2min Where to find content for your podcast 01:38 Respiratory system of podcasting (Recording and editing) 1 lecture • 5min Recording, editing & tagging your audio files 04:59 Infectious system of podcasting (Publishing and promoting) 4 lectures • 23min A note about building your website 00:26 Building your wordpress site & publishing an episode start to finish 19:19 Promoting on social media 01:56 Monetizing your FOAM podcast 01:43 Conclusion 1 lecture • 1min Conclusion 00:29 Instructor Joe Muench Podcaster, Author, and Critical Care Pharmacist 4.8 Instructor Rating 45 Reviews 893 Students 2 Courses Hi, I’m Joe – better known as “Pharmacy Joe.” I am a Doctor of Pharmacy and Board Certified Pharmacotherapy Specialist. 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  10. You'll learn how to spread the word about your podcast so that others can benefit from your knowledge and expertise. Requirements You don't need to have any specific skills - just the desire to start a podcast. A microphone (recommendations provided in the free introduction lecture) A mixer and digital recorder are optional but suggested (recommendations provided in the free introduction lecture) A website host (recommendations provided in the free introduction lecture) An audio file host (recommendations provided in the free introduction lecture) ID3 tagging software is optional but suggested (recommendations provided in the free introduction lecture) Audacity (free software for Mac or PC - a link is provided in the free introduction lecture) A free account with Auphonic.com Description A podcast can be a powerful way to reach a specific audience. Blogs and youtube channels are a dime a dozen, but a high quality podcast in a specific healthcare niche is still relatively uncommon. And unlike blogs or videos, people can listen to your podcast anywhere, even while they are doing another task such as jogging or washing the dishes. I've reached thousands of clinicians across the world with my message about critical care pharmacy. How did I do it? With a podcast! I launched The Elective Rotation podcast on July 23, 2015 to an audience of zero. I now have over 27,000 episode downloads and am the #1 ranked hospital pharmacy podcast in iTunes. I've received several questions like... 1. How do you come up with your episode topics? 2. How do you support the show financially? 3. What equipment do I need to start podcasting? 4. Can I still podcast if I'm not very good with technology? Those questions are what drove me to create this course. In short, the How to Start a Medical Podcast course will take you from zero to launch on your podcast. You'll get 23 value-packed lectures and I'll be there to support you throughout the course. What are you waiting for? With lifetime access and a 30 day money back guarantee, there is absolutely no risk to you. Who this course is for: This how-to podcast course is especially for health care professionals who wish to participate in free open access medical education (FOAM) by hosting their own podcast. Show more Show less Course content 8 sections • 23 lectures • 1h 3m total length Expand all sections Introduction 5 lectures • 11min Objectives Preview 02:44 Introduction Preview 01:27 What is FOAM? Preview 02:10 Why make a FOAM podcast? Preview 02:21 How a medical podcast differs from other podcast types 02:43 Neurologic system of podcasting (how to choose your podcast topic) 4 lectures • 9min Neurologic system of podcasting (how to choose your podcast topic) 00:18 Finding your podcast topic 03:39 Creating your perfect listener 02:57 Choosing your podcast name and artwork 01:54 Alimentary system of podcasting (the equipment and software needed) 4 lectures • 8min The guts of a podcast 00:12 The minimum equipment necessary Preview 01:21 A few "luxury" items Preview 02:12 3 pieces of software 03:48 Cardiac system of podcasting (Website and media hosting) 3 lectures • 6min Cardiac system of podcasting (Website and media hosting) 00:13 Webhosting: A home for your podcast 03:12 Media hosting 02:09 Hematologic system of podcasting (Content for your podcast) 1 lecture • 2min Where to find content for your podcast 01:38 Respiratory system of podcasting (Recording and editing) 1 lecture • 5min Recording, editing & tagging your audio files 04:59 Infectious system of podcasting (Publishing and promoting) 4 lectures • 23min A note about building your website 00:26 Building your wordpress site & publishing an episode start to finish 19:19 Promoting on social media 01:56 Monetizing your FOAM podcast 01:43 Conclusion 1 lecture • 1min Conclusion 00:29 Instructor Joe Muench Podcaster, Author, and Critical Care Pharmacist 4.8 Instructor Rating 45 Reviews 893 Students 2 Courses Hi, I’m Joe – better known as “Pharmacy Joe.” I am a Doctor of Pharmacy and Board Certified Pharmacotherapy Specialist. I am also the author of A Pharmacist’s Guide to Inpatient Medical Emergencies, creator of the Hospital Pharmacy Academy and host of The Elective Rotation: A Critical Care Hospital Pharmacy Podcast. Show more Show less Udemy Business Teach on Udemy Get the app About us Contact us Careers Blog Help and Support Affiliate Impressum Kontakt Terms Privacy policy Cookie settings Sitemap © 2021 Udemy, Inc. window.handleCSSToggleButtonClick = function (event) { var target = event.currentTarget; var cssToggleId = target && target.dataset && target.dataset.cssToggleId; var input = cssToggleId && document.getElementById(cssToggleId); if (input) { if (input.dataset.type === 'checkbox') { input.dataset.checked = input.dataset.checked ? '' : 'checked'; } else { input.dataset.checked = input.dataset.allowToggle && input.dataset.checked ? 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