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Join us for another installation of STC international, this time with a case from Adam Clements from Wisconsin.
 
Interview with Mikel Izquierdo, Ph.D, and Nicolás Martínez-Velilla, PhD, authors of Effect of Exercise Intervention on Functional Decline in Very Elderly Patients During Acute Hospitalization: A Randomized Clinical Trial, and William J. Hall, MD, author of A Novel Exercise Intervention and Functional Status in Very Elderly Patients During Acute ...…
 
Interview with Julia Baudry, PhD, author of Association of Frequency of Organic Food Consumption With Cancer Risk: Findings From the NutriNet-Santé Prospective Cohort Study, and Jorge E. Chavarro, MD, ScD, author of Organic Foods for Cancer Prevention—Worth the Investment?
 
This is by listener request! Art and Nic analyse what went wrong in the case of man who presented with sudden onset back pain.
 
An "In-between-isode". Art and Nic discuss lessons from the conferences in Switzerland, Association of Medical Educators of Europe (AMEE) and the European Diagnostic Error in Medicine Conference (EuroDEM). We also discuss Argentinian Parrilla's...
 
Interview with Ananias C Diokno, MD, author of Effect of Group-Administered Behavioral Treatment on Urinary Incontinence in Older Women: A Randomized Clinical Trial
 
Interview with Daniel Scott. Reuland, MD MPH, author of Evaluating Shared Decision Making for Lung Cancer Screening, and Bruno Heleno, MD, PhD, author of Estimation of Overdiagnosis of Lung Cancer in Low-Dose Computed Tomography Screening
 
Back with another instalment of STC live, this time from Perth, Australia. The Australian Medical Student Association put on a fantastic conference with truly inspiring speakers. We had so much fun sharing the stage with Michelle Johnston, ED doctor and author, who brought the humour and the grace to our session. Play along as the case evolves ...…
 
Interview with Alexander T. Sandhu, MD, MS, author of Association Between Offering Limited Left Ventricular Ejection Fraction Echocardiograms and Overall Use of Echocardiography
 
We chat once again with Gurpreet Dhaliwal, this time about what it takes to become a master diagnostician. We discuss the main strategies; seeing many cases, deliberate training, getting feedback, closing the loop, and others.
 
Interview with Albert L. Siu, MD, MSPH, author of Association of a Bundled Hospital-at-Home and 30-Day Postacute Transitional Care Program With Clinical Outcomes and Patient Experiences, and Matthew J. Press, MD, MSc, author of Hospital-at-Home Care Programs—Is the Hospital of the Future at Home?
 
We discuss the importance of the words that we choose to use in our medical documentation. Words matter! They can generate stigma, and they can bias the decisions we subsequently make as practitioners.
 
Interview with M. Carrington. Reid, MD, PhD, author of Association Between Psychological Interventions and Chronic Pain Outcomes in Older Adults: A Systematic Review and Meta-analysis
 
It was a pleasure to finally get back to case-solving! Enjoy another interesting case of STC with our friend and colleague Rahul Gandhi, who is galavanting around the world getting super smart, so he can fix everything.
 
Interview with W. David Bradford, PhD, author of Association Between US State Medical Cannabis Laws and Opioid Prescribing in the Medicare Part D Population, Jason M Hockenberry, PhD, author of Association of Medical and Adult-Use Marijuana Laws With Opioid Prescribing for Medicaid Enrollees, and Kevin P. Hill, MD, MHS, author of The Role of Ca ...…
 
Interview with Caroline Mitchell, MD, MPH, author of Efficacy of Vaginal Estradiol or Vaginal Moisturizer vs Placebo for Treating Postmenopausal Vulvovaginal Symptoms: A Randomized Clinical Trial
 
Some of you may have heard of the double tragedy involving Jack Adcock, a six year old who died from sepsis and Dr. Bawa-Garba, a pediatric trainee in the UK convicted of manslaughter in relation to his death and prevented from ever working again. Justice or a clear case of scapegoating? Listen as we discuss this troubling case and its far-reac ...…
 
We're back after a long summer break. Enjoy this episode on uncertainty in medicine. We talk to Arabella Simpkin, an English paediatrician, working in Boston, who spends a lot of time thinking and writing about uncertainty and our need to embrace it, or at the very least, tolerate it graciously.
 
Interview with Lilia Cervantes, MD, author of Association of Emergency-Only vs Standard Hemodialysis With Mortality and Health Care Use Among Undocumented Immigrants With End-Stage Renal Disease
 
If you missed us live on Facebook last week, here's you chance to catch up. Enjoy our STC session. The case is from Australia, sent to us by Elise Perger (Allan) and Alison Miller... and we invited Chang as a guest host, back by popular demand. Or, you can still watch the Facebook video at the link below. https://www.facebook.com/IMreasoning/vi ...…
 
Enjoy our live Stump the Chumps at Main Medical Centre. We were honoured to be invited by Bob Trowbridge and it was a pleasure to visit Portland, Maine.
 
Interview with Jennifer P. Stevens, MD, MS, author of Comparison of Hospital Resource Use and Outcomes Among Hospitalists, Primary Care Physicians, and Other Generalists, and C. Seth. Landefeld, MD, author of The Costs and Benefits of Hospital Care by Primary Physicians: Continuity Counts
 
Part two of our exploration of the connections between art, artistic thinking, creativity, with clinical reasoning and diagnosis. We speak to Alexa Miller, a medical educator who uses arts-based learning and visual thinking skills to train students and seasoned professionals alike to better observe, describe, communicate, and to tolerate uncert ...…
 
Another enjoyable Diagnostic Error in Medicine conference, this time in Art's home town of Boston (actually, Newton...). In this episode we discuss our thoughts inspired by one of the sessions, run by Doug Salvador and Harry Hoar from Baystate Medical Centre. They addressed how to get one's own hospital administration to engage in Diagnostic Er ...…
 
Interview with Michelle M. Mello, JD, PhD, MPhil, author of Patients’ Experiences With Communication-and-Resolution Programs After Medical Injury
 
This is part one of a two-part series exploring the deep connections between creative thinking and clinical reasoning. We discuss Art's and Glenn's work as poets and physicians, and how each endeavour enriches the other.
 
Interview with Sham Mailankody, MB BS, and Vinay Prasad, MD, authors of Research and Development Spending to Bring a Single Cancer Drug to Market and Revenues After Approval; and Merril Goozner, MS, author of A Much-Needed Corrective on Drug Development Costs
 
Enjoy an episode of STC. This time WE weren't in the hot seat! Humbling to see an excellent trainee in action.
 
Interview with Jeffrey Trost, author of Eliminating Creatine Kinase–Myocardial Band Testing in Suspected Acute Coronary Syndrome: A Value-Based Quality Improvement
 
We finally got the chance to collaborate with Genevieve on her case for STC. And we were keen to get this out just before GPTEC. Enjoy!
 
We were privileged to speak to one of our patients, recently treated by our service, about her experience while her doctors struggled with diagnostic uncertainty. The usual suspects were at play; uncommon diagnoses, uncommon presentations, cognitive biases, systems issues, etc. Check out the new look to our website! www.imreasoning.com…
 
Interview with Kevin G. Volpp, MD, PhD, and David A Asch, MD MBA, authors of Effect of Electronic Reminders, Financial Incentives, and Social Support on Outcomes After Myocardial Infarction: The HeartStrong Randomized Clinical Trial
 
This time, we did not have a pause button! and we could not edit out all the times we sounded a little thick. So enjoy the raw experience. We did!
 
Interview with Laura Young, MD PhD, and Katrina E. Donahue, MD, MPH, authors of Glucose Self-monitoring in Non–Insulin-Treated Patients With Type 2 Diabetes in Primary Care Settings: A Randomized Trial
 
Coined by the New York Times as the "leading debunker of preconceived notions in the medical world", Don Redelmeier is an award winning researcher, teacher, and clinician. Enjoy our conversation with Dr. Redelmeier where we discuss pitfalls in clinical reasoning...as well as New Zealand idioms... Tell us what you think on: www.imreasoning.com w ...…
 
Interview with Lara Goitein, MD, and Marcia Angell, MD, authors of Mother’s Day for Women in Medicine—Better Than Roses, and Eleni Linos, MD, author of Discrimination, Physician Mothers, and Desired Workplace Changes
 
Interview with Joshua Halpern, MD, author of Cost-Effectiveness of Common Diagnostic Approaches for Evaluation of Asymptomatic Microscopic Hematuria, and Leslee L. Subak, MD, and Deborah Grady, MD, MPH, authors of Asymptomatic Microscopic Hematuria—Rethinking the Diagnostic Algorithm
 
Finally, our first STC International. An interesting case from Broome, Western Australia. Thanks Casey Parker.
 
Interview with Lauren Daskivich, MD, MSHS, author of Implementation and Evaluation of a Large-Scale Teleretinal Diabetic Retinopathy Screening Program in the Los Angeles County Department of Health Services, and Urmimala Sarkar, MD, MPH, author of Seeing the Effect of Health Care Delivery Innovation in the Safety Net…
 
While waiting for another of our home-grown cases we decided to do a STC using a published case from the Clinical Problem-Solving series of the New England Journal of Medicine. Let us know what you think of this format! www.imreasoning.com www.facebook.com/imreasoning or now you can make noise at us on Twitter. Our handle is @IMreasoning…
 
Do all diagnostic errors occur because we're rushing, and prematurely jumping to conclusions? Can we course-correct by simply slowing down and by being mindful of our own inherent biases? Geoff Norman and his colleagues review the literature to try to answer these and other questions about where errors in clinical reasoning come from. The Cause ...…
 
Interview with J. Michael McWilliams, MD, PhD, author of Changes in Postacute Care in the Medicare Shared Savings Program, and Carrie H. Colla, PhD, author of Moving Forward With Accountable Care Organizations: Some Answers, More Questions
 
Interview with Linda S. Kinsinger, MD, MPH, author of Implementation of Lung Cancer Screening in the Veterans Health Administration
 
Doctors should always strive to present themselves as unbreakable to their patients... All doctors are smart... All patients have a definitive diagnosis... Believe it or not, versions of these ideas, and many others, are pervasive in our medical education institutions, and to varying degrees are believed and practiced by doctors everywhere. In ...…
 
Interview with Ashish K. Jha, MD, MPH, author of Comparison of Hospital Mortality and Readmission Rates for Medicare Patients Treated by Male vs Female Physicians, and Anna L. Parks, MD and Rita F. Redberg, MD, authors of Women in Medicine and Patient Outcomes
 
Transillumination of the sinuses? shifting dullness? the puddle sign? In this episode we poke fun and debunk our favourite "useless" physical exam manoeuvres that we continue to teach our medical students. We couldn't cover all of them in one go, so stay tuned for more... Try the app DxLogic on the iPhone to have a quick reference to the utilit ...…
 
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