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.
In this lecture I introduce myself and share my journey in launching a podcast.
In this lecture I discuss why you might want to create a FOAM podcast.
I'll explain how a medical podcast is different than other types of podcasts.
An introduction to choosing your podcast topic.
How to find your podcast topic.
How to create your perfect listener's avatar.
How to choose your podcast name and artwork.
An introduction to the equipment and software needed for podcasting.
All you really need is a microphone, computer, and editing software.
These two items save me a ton of time in production/editing and are well worth the cost!
The 3 pieces of software I use to publish my podcast.
This section contains my website and media hosting recommendations.
An introduction to the web and media hosting used for podcasting.
A description of media hosts to use for your podcast.
3 places to easily find content for your podcast.
How to record, edit and tag your audio files.
This section might seem overwhelming. Don't worry. I'll lead you step by step in the next video, and you can refer back to it later when you actually build your site.
From start to finish, setting up a website and publishing your podcast to iTunes!
How to promote your FOAM podcast using social media.
4 ways to monetize your FOAM podcast.
I hope this course allows you to start inspiring and informing others through your podcast!
Joseph Muench, better known as “Pharmacy Joe” is a doctor of pharmacy and Board Certified Pharmacotherapy Specialist. He is the author of “A Pharmacist’s Guide to Inpatient Medical Emergencies,” host of the # 1 Hospital Pharmacy podcast in iTunes: The Elective Rotation, and creator of the Critical Care Pharmacy Academy.