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Brought to you by a partnership that transcends the 49th parallel. Join Adam Thomas and Josh Farkas in the podcast that accompanies The Internet Book of Critical Care. The IBCC podcast will explore key points in each chapter. Initially the release of podcasts may lag a bit behind the chapters for logistic reasons. However, our goal is to eventually have a podcast for each chapter. Subsequently, the podcast will discuss updates to the IBCC based on new evidence.
 
The Neuroscience Education Institute (NEI) is committed to help raise the standard of mental health by providing imaginative medical education that focuses on the highest level of learning. Each episode offers an opportunity to learn about current issues in psychiatry from key opinion leaders in the medical field. NEI's Podcast would be of value to anyone with an interest in neuropsychiatric diseases and psychopharmacology.
 
Your work is hard; staying current shouldn’t be. Keep your practice ahead of the curve with entertaining, engaging and concise pediatric topics from world-class educators. This iTunes segment is just one monthly free segment of the full Peds RAP show. Get 3 hours of fresh podcast episodes per month and 42 AMA PRA Category 1 credit(s)™ per year when you sign up for the full podcast at hippoed.com. Don’t forget to download the Peds RAP app in the app store for even more streamlined listening.
 
The Hippo Education Podcast is the place for the best free audio CME on earth. Hippo RAPs (Reviews and Perspectives) bring you the latest news, updated clinical practice information and important stuff you need to know for your specialty. Our RAP roster is Emergency Medicine, Primary Care, Pediatrics, Urgent Care and growing. The Hippo faculty are always on duty to make sure you have the info you need from a source you can trust.
 
Urgent Care Basics aims to give the urgent care provider the most up to date medical knowledge packaged as a podcast. Weekly podcasts addressing topics focused on urgent care. Primary care topics will also be discussed as seen through the lens of an urgent care provider. Educational, entertaining, and easy to access!
 
Your work is hard; staying current shouldn’t be. Keep your practice ahead of the curve with entertaining, engaging and concise primary care and family medicine topics from world-class educators. This iTunes segment is just one monthly free segment of the full Primary Care RAP show. Get 3 hours of fresh podcast episodes per month and 42 AMA PRA Category 1 credit(s)™ per year when you sign up for the full podcast at hippoed.com. Don’t forget to download the Primary Care RAP app in the app stor ...
 
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Constipation as a diagnosis can be dangerous, mainly because it is a powerful anchor in our medical decision-making. Chances are, you’d be right to chalk up the pain to functional constipation — 90% of pediatric constipation is functional, multifactorial, and mostly benign — as long as it is addressed. We’re not here for “chances are“; we’re here f…
 
Chase DiMarco talks about 7 habits of highly successful medical students, a concept borrowed from Stephen Covey's The Seven Habits of Highly Effective People. He tries to dissect how the book's strategies can be applied to the medical world and explain why habits can make or break your medical journey. [03:29] Be proactive [04:57] Begin with The En…
 
In this episode we continue on the path of DIC: the scary sub-phenotype that is Purpura Fulminans. When your patient is necrosing everything, you need to act quickly before they start losing organs and digits. Come listen for identification, anticoagulation, protein C and all its goodness, when to give Vitamin K, and why to really be careful about …
 
Dr. Paulius Mui, a family medicine resident, discusses Table Rounds, the medical card game he co-created to help medical students learn medical terms and topics. [02:25] Understanding Table Rounds and How You Can Benefit From it [06:31] Active Learning Through Gamification [11:07] Why Most Games Require Some Foundational Knowledge [12:58] The Futur…
 
What has research shown about the effectiveness of psychedelic or dissociative agents in the treatment of addiction? What is pharmacological extinction? What types of addictions have been researched, using this method as a treatment approach? In Part II of this special series, the PsychopharmaStahlogy Show Dr. Andrew Cutler asks Dr. Stephen Stahl t…
 
Jump into pediatric mild traumatic brain injury with our guest, Dr. Angela Lumba Brown, a pediatric emergency medicine physician and Associate Professor of Emergency Medicine, Pediatrics, and Neurosurgery at Stanford University. In this episode, we talk about the diagnosis of mild traumatic brain injury, when to get neuroimaging for head trauma, an…
 
Gabe Wyner, author of Fluent Forever, is fluent in 8 languages and has developed multiple strategies for mnemonics-based learning. Today’s episode will cover how to apply those strategies to the medical field. [2:20] Developing Initial Learning Strategies. [7:10] Implementing Memory Skills: Pre-packaged vs. Personalized Options [10:08] Levels of Pr…
 
Dr. Amreet Sidhu is a Toronto-born Internal Medicine Resident based in Detroit. He is the creator of Brosencephalon, a comprehensive set of pre-clinical flashcards created for self-study that spread worldwide. Amreet’s cards have evolved into a community-driven project by medical students for medical students. Today’s episode will cover the inspira…
 
What are the greatest mental health disparities in this population? What has been particularly challenging for the transgender population during the COVID-19 pandemic? How can clinicians help recognize and treat the mental health needs of patients in the LGBTQ community, if they do not have advanced or specialized training for this population? In t…
 
In this episode, we cover the full spectrum from febrile seizures all the way to status epilepticus with Dr. John Gaitanis, a pediatric neurologist who specializes in care for children with epilepsy. Dr. Gaitanis teaches us what to look out for on neurologic exam, how to counsel families about safety precautions, and the differential diagnosis for …
 
In this episode of The Curious Clinicians, Tony, Hannah and Avi learn about the mechanisms of thirst, why drinking liquids immediately quenches thirst, and why patients with primary polydipsia drink excessively. Remember to get your CME/MOC credit for listening to the episode. Check out the show notes for the episode at our website as well as Tony'…
 
Top 10 [details in audio] Set the stage – exude confidence and be prepared Choose the right cannula size – a smaller working IV is infinitely better than none Feeling is better than looking – trust yourself Mark the site – things get wonky when you take your hands off to disinfect Tourniquets can mess you up – try to use a holder’s hand to occlude …
 
Data collected in 2020 has allowed us to paint an objective picture of the Covid 19 pandemic that seems quite different than the portrayal fed to us by the mainstream media. What this data shows and why it is distorted by the evening news are explored on this months offering.By Donald W Crowe, MD
 
Dr. Anthony Metivier is a prolific speaker, bestselling author, and creator of the Magnetic Memory Method. This is his third time guesting on the podcast and joins us today to discuss the Magnetic Memory Method, overcoming obstacles to retention and common memory misconceptions. [2:15] About Anthony’s TEDx Talk and New Book ‘The Victorious Mind’ [4…
 
Answer all your burning questions (and your patients’ burning questions) about the different COVID-19 vaccines currently authorized in the US. Infectious diseases / HIV expert, Dr Monica Gandhi @MonicaGandhi9 (UCSF) joins us to cover: the Pfizer-BioNTech and Moderna novel mRNA vaccine mechanisms, trial data, and practicalities of who should receive…
 
Dr. Ali Abdaal discusses evidence-based study methods for medical students, tips for using medical flashcards, and the role of fun in productivity. [01:36] Evidence-Based Study Techniques [04:55] Anki and Other Flashcard Apps [06:35] Mnemonics and Memory Palaces [08:27] Tips for Using Flashcards [12:36] Defining Productivity & How to be Productive …
 
What types of psychotherapies are typically used in conjunction with these dissociative agents? How does psilocybin differ from ketamine for the treatment of mental health conditions? What are the risks, if any associated with this type of therapeutic approach? In Part I of this special series, the PsychopharmaStahlogy Show Dr. Andrew Cutler asks D…
 
Did you know that NOWS is the new NAS? Learn more about the new AAP Clinical Report on Neonatal Opioid Withdrawal Syndrome with lead author Dr. Stephen Patrick. Dr. Patrick is the Director of the Vanderbilt Center for Child Health Policy, an Associate Professor of Pediatrics and Health Policy, and an attending neonatologist at Monroe Carol Jr. Chil…
 
This is the second episode in a two-part series called "The Eyes Have It", where The Curious Clinicians explore questions related to the eye. In this episode Hannah, Avi, and Tony learn about why bilirubin deposits in the eye, as well as why the term "scleral icterus" is anatomically incorrect. Remember to pick CME/MOC credit just for listening to …
 
In this episode, we cover disseminated intravascular coagulation. It sounds bad, because it is. Come listen and refresh your skills around supporting the bleed-bleedy versus the cloth-clotty, how to differentiate DIC and chronic liver failure and a few more juicy clinical pearls.By Adam Thomas & Josh Farkas
 
Dr. Leila Javidi and Chase DiMarco discuss when students should ask for help and the perks of personalized coaching. [00:34] How Dr. Leila Joined Med School Tutors [03:10] When Should You Get a Tutor? [04:35] Personalized Learning Through Coaching [07:05] How to Sign Up for 1:1 Tutoring at MST [09:43] MST’s Competitive Advantage [13:08] Med School …
 
Podcast summary of articles from the December 2020 edition of the Journal of Emergency Medicine from the American Academy of Emergency Medicine. Topics include racial disparities in head trauma patients, traumatic brain injury, fever in COVID patients, and board review on cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR). Guest speaker is Dr. Ryan Yavorsky.…
 
With a persistent fever, Kawasaki Disease must be on your differential, but have you not seen many cases or had difficulty with the diagnosis? Look no further, as we bring an expert to walk us through the diagnosis and management of KD! We discuss Kawasaki Disease with Dr. Adriana Tremoulet who is the assistant director of the Kawasaki Disease Rese…
 
In this excerpt, taken from his presentation on the mental health consequences of COVID-19 for 2020NEIMax!, Dr. Sauve' addresses the rise in substance use disorders, and domestic violence as a result of the 2020 pandemic. Dr. William M. Sauvé received his medical degree from the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences in Bethesda, Mary…
 
This is the first episode of a two-part series called "The Eyes Have It", where The Curious Clinicians explore questions related to the eye. In this episode Tony, Hannah, and Avi explore why Wilson disease can present with Kayser-Fleischer corneal rings. Remember to pick up CME/MOC credit just for listening to the episode! Check out the show notes …
 
Podcast summary of articles from the November 2020 edition of the Journal of Emergency Medicine from the American Academy of Emergency Medicine. Topics include airway pre-oxygenation, sepsis, mechanical versus manual CPR, MIS-C in COVID patients, and board review on COPD. Guest speaker is Dr. Ryan Yavorsky.…
 
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