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How to Listen to Podcasts
Wherever You Go

To listen to a podcast in the gym... or on the train... or in your car, you first need to get it on your phone or tablet.

Here’s how.

From Your Podcast App -- Now on Spotify

  1. Open the podcast app on your device.
  2. Enter CRICO in the search bar.
  3. Choose one of our two podcasts: Med Mal Insider or Safety Net.
  4. Choose an episode and press Play.
  5. [optional] Download the episode to listen later.
  6. [optional] Subscribe or Follow so that you’ll always have the newest episode.

From This Web Page for Apple Users

  1. Use these links to go to iTunes for the Med Mal Insider podcast or the Safety Net podcast.
  2. You may be prompted to install iTunes.
  3. Click Subscribe and the next time you use your phone or tablet, the newest episode will be waiting for you in your podcast app.

From This Web Page for Android Users

  1. Use these links to open the Med Mal Insider podcast or the Safety Net podcast.
  2. You may be prompted to log in to your Google account.
  3. Click Subscribe and the next time you use your phone or tablet, the newest episode will be waiting for you in your podcast app.

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Safety Net

These episodes can help you promote patient safety in your organization.
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About the Series

We’ve got you.

Our Safety Net podcast features clinical and patient safety leaders from Harvard and around the world, bringing you the knowledge you need for safer patient care.

Episodes

Recent episodes from the Safety Net series.

    New Guidance on Preventing Lost Medical Specimens

    Podcast
    Oct 17
    It is estimated that thousands of medical specimens are lost each month. The impact on the diagnostic process when a specimen is lost is of particular concern. In early 2022, a patient safety document was published by the Academic Medical Center Patient Safety Organization, or AMC PSO, to describe ways to prevent harm to patients when specimens are lost. Safety Net interviews two participants with some advice for QI.
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    Oct 17

    Making Sure Patients Don’t Catch Fire During Surgery

    Podcast
    Aug 16
    Hundreds of patients are harmed in OR fires every year. Experts in patient safety want hospitals and providers to focus more on lowering the potential for fire during surgery.
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    Aug 16

    Simulation’s Evolving Place in Health Care

    Podcast
    Jul 08
    The use of simulation in health care has grown worldwide. This year and through 2028, industry business analysts expect double digit growth in a $2 billion market for simulation services, software, and anatomical models. We interview pioneers and leading edge practitioners of the art.
    Play Episode
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    Jul 08
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