Podcasts have become increasingly popular tools for medical education in recent years. Podcasts are readily accessible to medical staff via computers or smartphones, which provide a convenient and useful way to engage learners in an easily consumed format and democratize knowledge from various resources.1,2  Moreover, the information conveyed by podcasts does not need to be linked with any particular time or location. In the context of anesthesiology, it has been reported that half of the anesthesia residents included in a study used different podcasts as part of routine studying. Many professional magazines have their own podcasts; however, these podcasts are mostly in English, and thus, they are usually difficult for medical staff in non–English-speaking countries to understand.

In non–English-speaking countries, medical English is an indispensable tool for medical staff to acquire new knowledge,...

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