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Supercharge your learning and enhance your practice with this Internal Medicine Podcast featuring board certified Internists as they interview national and international experts to bring you clinical pearls and practice changing knowledge. Doctors Matthew Watto, Stuart Brigham, Paul Williams and friends deliver some knowledge food for your brain hole. No boring lectures here, just high value content and a healthy dose of humor. Fantastic podcast for Internal Medicine, Family Medicine, Primar ...
 
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Kick up the quality of your care with tips and tactics from Caitlin Clancy MD, coauthor of ACP’s High Value Care Curriculum. We learn to define quality and value in healthcare; the most common barriers to high value care; use of probability and likelihood ratios to boost clinical reasoning and combat diagnostic uncertainty; some useful tools to ...…
 
Master the management of gout with tips from expert, Tuhina Neogi MD, PhD, Professor of Medicine at Boston University School of Medicine. Topics include: how to initiate and titrate urate lowering therapy, guidelines controversy over uric acid targets, colchicine & NSAIDS for anti-inflammatory prophylaxis, uricosuric agents, febuxostat, HLA B58 ...…
 
Crystalize your knowledge of gout and stop flares in their tracks with tips from expert, Tuhina Neogi MD, PhD, Professor of Medicine at Boston University School of Medicine. On this first of two gout episodes we learn to diagnose gout with or without arthrocentesis, how to treat flares, and how to counsel patients about gout, which apparently i ...…
 
Dr. Neda Frayha (@nedafrayha) of Primary Care RAP (Hippo Education) joins us this month for our thoughts and analysis of some recent (and not so recent) journal articles that interested us this month. Our articles spanned topics that include at cancer survival among patients pursuing treatment with complementary medicine, the effect of body wei ...…
 
Get schooled on driver’s safety for older adults by expert, Alice Pomidor MD, Professor of Geriatrics at Florida State University. Whether or not older adults can continue to drive is a huge problem faced by for primary care clinicians, and will remain one until driverless cars become ubiquitous. Topics covered include: how to take a driving hi ...…
 
Things We Do For No Reason #TWDFNR highlights some widespread practices that are difficult to justify based on lack of proven health benefits, but significant cost (both financial and non-financial harms). Avoid these low value practices and inflated medical bills with tips from expert, Dr Lenny Feldman, MD, FACP, Associate Professor of Medicin ...…
 
Point-of-care Ultrasound AKA POCUS ain’t no hocus. Dr. Renee Dversdal (@ReneeDversdal) Director of the Oregon Health & Science University Point of Care Ultrasound and General Medicine Ultrasound Fellowship Director, joins The Curbsiders to discuss her craft. Topics include: Defining POCUS, the value POCUS adds to the physical exam, training pat ...…
 
“Women in medicine, be bold.” Medical World, powerful women are here to stay. Dr. Vineet (Vinny) Arora, Professor of Medicine at University of Chicago, an exemplary Woman in Medicine and Leadership, shares snippets of her own story, valuable career advice to folks at all levels of training, and fascinating data about the gender disparities that ...…
 
Short on time but hungry for knowledge? Curbsiders’ Journal Club gives you the speedy article analysis you crave. We provide brief summaries of recent research and news items in the field of internal medicine, so you can save time and stay on top of the literature. On this episode, we were joined by Kashlak Memorial’s very own Chair of Medicine ...…
 
Lyme disease and tick-borne illness deconstructed by Infectious Diseases expert, Paul E. Sax MD, of episode 78 fame. Oh, Summer Nights. The time for romance between Danny Zuko and good girl Sandy, the time to sit in the backyard around the bonfire, the time for sunset hikes in the woods and mountains…..and don’t forget, it’s also the time for t ...…
 
Renal tubular acidosis aka RTA deconstructed by @Kidney_Boy, Joel Topf MD, Chief of Nephrology at Kashlak Memorial Hospital. We review the three buckets of non gap metabolic acidosis, normal renal physiology & acid base handling, points of failure in RTA, complications and treatment of RTA. Check out Dr Topf’s awesome slides on renal tubular ac ...…
 
Expert diagnostician, Dr. Gurpreet Dhaliwal, again joins The Curbsiders to dive deeper into the topic of clinical expertise. Topics include, and are mainly focused on, Dr. Dhaliwal’s “training regimen:” feedback, simulation, quizzing, learning from consultants, and how to read the medical literature as a clinician. While we found this episode t ...…
 
Curbsiders’ Journal Club features rapid summary and critical appraisal of recent articles and news stories in internal medicine by The Curbsiders. This month’s topics include: asthma, maintenance versus as needed inhaler use, procalcitonin, Pneumocystis pneumonia prophylaxis, colon cancer screening, smoking cessation, cannabis and cognitive imp ...…
 
Cirrhosis. Take control of cirrhosis and treat your patients like the pros! In this episode of The Curbsiders, Dr. Scott Matherly, assistant professor in the Dept of Medicine at Virginia Commonwealth University and board certified hepatologist, builds upon his introduction to cirrhosis. You already know what to look out for and how to diagnose ...…
 
Cirrhosis. Finally. Take your liver game to the next level with tips from @liverprof, Scott Matherly MD, Assistant Professor of Medicine at Virginia Commonwealth University. Topics include: exam findings in cirrhosis, interpreting liver function tests, incidental cirrhosis on imaging, fatty liver disease, steatohepatitis, hep c, shear wave elas ...…
 
Step up your primary care of cancer survivors with tips from Dr Regina Jacob, Assistant Professor of Medicine at Temple University. Care of the cancer patient does not end when their cancer treatment is over, and there is more to a past diagnosis of cancer than surveillance. We discuss cancer survivorship care with Dr. Regina Jacob, including t ...…
 
Knee pain is easy with practical tips from Orthopedist, medical educator, car-builder, and inventor extraordinaire Dr. Ted Parks. He teaches us the four buckets of knee pain, how to perform a 30-second knee exam, choose a knee brace, order x-rays, and the red flags to look for in a history and physical that should have you shouting for your clo ...…
 
Keep current with this monthly journal club covering landmark articles through May 2018, plus rapid fire hot takes from the medical literature and health news. We rate each article according to a highly scientific ‘Hotcakes’ scale to highlight what practice-changing knowledge we’ll take to work this month. Topics: Hypertension, blood pressure m ...…
 
Get schooled on hemoglobin a1c targets in type 2 diabetes mellitus by American College of Physicians guidelines coauthor, Devan Kansagara MD MCR, Associate Professor of Medicine, Oregon Health Sciences University. We summarize outcomes from the landmark diabetes trials (ACCORD, ADVANCE, VADT, UKPDS 33 & 34), how a1c targets effect microvascular ...…
 
Separate the wheat from the chaff when it comes to food allergy, food intolerance, and celiac disease. Featuring renowned gastroenterologist and current president of the American Gastroenterological Association, Dr. Sheila Crowe MD FRCPC FACP FACG AGAF, we discuss how to differentiate a food allergy from an intolerance, what diagnostic testing ...…
 
A random serving of knowledge food for your brain hole with returning guest, Dr. Alan Dow, Professor of Internal Medicine at Virginia Commonwealth University School of Medicine. Our final live recap show from ACP 2018 covering: human microbiome, copper deficiency, POTS syndrome, substances of abuse, drugs for delirium and how to be more like Le ...…
 
A fast moving recap of hot topics and clinical pearls live from Internal Medicine’s largest national conference, ACP 2018 in New Orleans! Dr. Nina Mingioni, Clinical Associate Professor and director of Undergraduate Medical Education in Internal Medicine at Thomas Jefferson University Hospital serves up some knowledge food for our brain holes. ...…
 
Wow the crowd with your knowledge of pulmonary embolism! What are the red flags? What tools are available to guide you? How on Earth do you triage a patient with pulmonary embolism (PE)? What exactly is the RV spiral & how do PEs really cause morbidity and mortality?! Get schooled by pulmonary embolism expert, Dr. Oren Friedman, associate direc ...…
 
Random clinical pearls from day 2 of ACP 2018 live in New Orleans. Topics include: Perioperative medicine, DOACs, anticoagulation, reversal agents, ACP statements on hidden curriculum, physician well being and burnout, modeling behavior, dermatology pearls, rashes, venous stasis ulcers, pentoxifylline, biotin and Grave's disease, dermatology pe ...…
 
The Curbsiders share random clinical pearls from day 1 of ACP 2018 live in New Orleans. Topics covered include: breast density and cancer risk, patients before paperwork, diverticulitis, social determinants of health, migraine prevention, PrEP and thunderclap headaches. Doctors Chris Chiu and Chris Thrash join us on air to discuss their favorit ...…
 
Keep up-to-date with this fast moving discussion of recent journal articles and thought-provoking headlines in medicine. Welcome to the first-ever Curbsiders journal club covering landmark articles from March to April 2018, plus rapid fire hot takes and the unveiling of our new hotcake based rating system. Please let us know what you liked, did ...…
 
Become an expert diagnostician like Dr Gurpreet Dhaliwal, Professor of Medicine at UCSF. Join us for this deep dive into clinical reasoning and how doctors think! Topics include: how to improve your own clinical reasoning and diagnostic skills, how to teach these skills, and the initial steps to building your own expertise/mastery in clinical m ...…
 
Revolutionize your approach to the red eye in pr-eye-mary care! Dr. Glaucomflecken (of GomerBlog/Twitter--fame) teaches us to recognize and manage common eye complaints. You’ll develop an approach to diagnosing and treating your patient with the dreaded red eye. We answer: What presentations should have us running down the hallway for that priz ...…
 
Dominate acid-base disturbances with the wisdom of @kidney_boy aka Joel Topf, MD, Chief of Nephrology at Kashlak Memorial Hospital. Master his 5 key steps for interpreting acid-base disorders and decode any ABG, VBG, and BMP to find the primary disorder, and any other disorders tucked away in the ABG! Plus: Henderson-Hasselbach and pH simplifie ...…
 
Want to look cool like a toxicology consultant, sipping coffee on rounds? Ever check a patient for armpit sweat? Learn the secrets of tox from the titans of toxicology podcasting, The Dantastic Mr. Tox & Howard (AKA Dr. Dan Rusyniak and Dr. Howard Greller), as they loquaciously dish on all things tox. Topics include: how to approach the patient ...…
 
Take a deep breath and tune in to this week’s episode full of COPD diagnosis and management pearls, with expert Dr. Denitza Blagev, a pulmonologist, intensivist, and Medical Director for Quality, Speciality Care at Intermountain Healthcare in Utah with a particular interest in physician wellness and issues related to women in medicine. We cover ...…
 
Contraception simplified with clinical pearls from reproductive health and family planning experts, Dr Angeline Ti, and Dr Moira Rashid. We cover it all including: the menstrual cycle, mechanism of action for various methods of birth control, hormonal versus nonhormonal contraceptives (e.g. intrauterine devices, patches, pills, rings, implants) ...…
 
Abolish anemia, and iron deficiency w/tips on IV iron therapy from real life iron man, Michael Auerbach, MD, FACP, Clinical Professor of Medicine Georgetown University School of Medicine. Topics include oral versus IV iron therapy, safety of IV iron, ferritin cutoffs, and how to diagnosis/ treat iron deficiency in patients with chronic inflamma ...…
 
Get the latest on valvular heart disease: TAVR vs SAVR, choice of valve type, rheumatic heart disease, antibiotic prophylaxis for endocarditis, who needs an echocardiogram, and anticoagulation goals with tips from cardiologist, Dr Eli Gelfand, Section Chief of General Cardiology at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center in Boston and an Assistant ...…
 
Challenge your beliefs on the efficacy of pervasive treatments used in dementia with expert Eric Widera, MD, Professor and clinician-educator in the Division of Geriatrics at the University of California-San Francisco. We explore the use of cholinesterase inhibitors, antipsychotics for behavior disturbances, feeding tubes, medications and suppl ...…
 
Boost treatment efficacy and amplify the “doctor as a placebo” phenomenon with tips from placebo expert (and ex-cartoonist), Mark W. Green, MD, Director of Headache/Pain Medicine and Professor of Neurology, Anesthesiology, and Rehabilitation Medicine at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai. Topics include: What’s that pesky sugar pill ac ...…
 
Pulmonary hypertension deconstructed with clinical pearls from cardiologist, John J. Ryan MD, FACC, FAHA, director of University of Utah Pulmonary Hypertension Center. We discuss classification, diagnosis/differentiation, initial workup, additional testing, echo findings, how to counsel patients with pulmonary hypertension, and why cows never g ...…
 
Differentiate, diagnose, and treat the various forms of dermatitis and stop the ‘itch that rashes’ with this in-depth, myth-busting episode of “The Dermsiders” with Dr. Kalman Watsky Clinical Professor of Dermatology at Yale Medical School. Topics include: how to differentiate between and diagnosis various forms of dermatitis, topical therapies ...…
 
It's a potpourri of Infectious Diseases with tips from expert, Dr Paul Sax, MD, Clinical Director of the Division of Infectious Diseases at Brigham and Women's Hospital, and Professor of Medicine at Harvard Medical School. We discuss the man flu, the flu vaccine, travel medicine, malaria, lyme disease, post lyme syndrome, chronic lyme, shingles ...…
 
Ease the tension around blood pressure goals in older adults and get inside the hypertension guidelines released by the ACP and ACC/AHA in 2017 with the sagacity of Dr. Mary Ann Forciea, MD, MACP, Professor of Medicine at University of Pennsylvania. We cover: how to properly measure blood pressure, how to diagnose hypertension, blood pressure t ...…
 
Conquer community acquired pneumonia and avoid misdiagnosis with tips from Dr. Robert Centor, Professor Emeritus University of Alabama and newly appointed Chair of Medicine at Kashlak Memorial Hospital. We discuss diagnosis, misdiagnosis, procalcitonin, steroids for severe pneumonia, pneumonia severity index versus CURB-65, and how to determine ...…
 
Join us for this recap of the key clinical pearls and favorite fan voted episodes from 2017 including: lipids, asthma, diuretics, hyponatremia, CKD, vertigo, and dizziness. Plus, Picks of the Year, exciting announcements for 2018, and Paul reveals that he has a wife! Matt, and Paul are joined by Curbsiders Correspondent, Dr. Chris Chiu, who wro ...…
 
Combat opioid use disorder and the opioid epidemic as we review common clinical scenarios with addiction medicine specialists, Dr. Stefan Kertesz, University of Alabama at Birmingham School of Medicine and Dr. Ajay Manhapra from the VA Hampton Medical Center in Hampton,Virginia. We need all hands on deck, and that means you! Learn the basics of ...…
 
Take the pain out of pain management with clinical pearls from addiction medicine specialists Dr. Stefan Kertesz at the University of Alabama at Birmingham School of Medicine and Dr. Ajay Manhapra from the VA Hampton Medical Center in Hampton,Virginia. They walk us through an approach to pain management in the recovered addict, discuss treatmen ...…
 
Trans patients need excellent primary care and you can provide it with expert tips from endocrinologists, Dr Vin Tangpricha, Professor of Medicine at Emory University School of Medicine, and Dr Jeffrey Colburn, Assistant Professor of Medicine at Uniformed Services University. Learn practical tips in caring for transgender patients including: de ...…
 
Knock the wind out of asthma with tips from Dr Denitza Blagev, a pulmonologist and intensivist who currently serves as Director for the Schmidt Chest Clinic at Intermountain Medical Center in Murray, Utah. We simplify the approach to diagnosis, spirometry, patient counseling, choice of agent, stepwise therapy, and de-escalation...plus, a little ...…
 
Dr Kevin Pho, founder KevinMD.com “Social Media’s Leading Physician Voice" schools Matt, Paul and Stuart on a potpourri of topics including physician advocacy, the dangers and benefits of social media, the pros and cons of electronic health records, health policy, health advocacy and lastly primary care and the integration of advanced practice ...…
 
Making all your nephrology dreams come true with part 2 of our interview with @kidney_boy, Joel Topf, MD Salt Whisperer and Chief of Nephrology at Kashlak Memorial Hospital. Flush away your bad prescribing habits when it comes to nephrotoxic drugs in this fast paced run down of the medications which must stay on or off Santa’s naughty-list, bac ...…
 
Steady your hand and annihilate tremor with tips from Neurologist, and Movement Disorder specialist, Andres Deik, MD, Assistant Professor of Clinical Neurology at Kashlak Memorial Hospital (we can’t tell you where he really works: ) We teach you to differentiate benign causes of tremor from Parkinson’s disease with simple history and physical e ...…
 
Take control of chronic kidney disease with tools, and tips from @kidney_boy, Joel Topf, MD Salt Whisperer and Chief of Nephrology at Kashlak Memorial Hospital. Learn which equation is best for eGFR, how to counsel patients about progression/prognosis, how to monitor patients in CKD, and who needs a referral to Nephrology. Special thanks to Ann ...…
 
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