This is not a podcast covering clinical content. Instead, the focus will be about being a podcast guest and recording your own podcasts. For that reason, it may not apply for you right now but if you are ever thinking about doing either, come back here. Speaking of, we are always looking for guests and if you are interested please contact us.
This is a special sort of "bonus" podcast where we discuss with David Fifer a topic that was brought up entirely for fun: the nocebo effect. Take a listen as we provide some real life examples of this phenomenon in action.
To celebrate the Fourth of July, David Fifer joined us to talk about heat exhaustion, heat stroke, and the dogma around these conditions. This topic is one that is frequently misunderstood and David helps us understand the key pearls and pitfalls with heat stress emergencies.
Patrick O'Malley is an emergency medicine physician that invented the IRIG-8 device. He decided to create a device that he feels is better than what was previously on the market in regards to wound irrigation. Learn how he developed the device and how he has incorporated it into his practice.
Point of care ultrasound (POCUS) is becoming more widely used in a variety of musculoskeletal applications and this includes infectious pathology such as flexor tenosynovitis. In this blog and podcast, we talk about a recent paper regarding the diagnostic utility of this condition.
Joining Patrick Bafuma again is Dr. John Perkins from Carilion Clinic in Virginia this time to discuss antibiotic stewardship in pediatric patients.
Ken Milne is back to discuss statistical significance to celebrate our 150th podcast. With the different pearls and pitfalls regarding statistical significance, Ken came back on to try and help us navigate through the process and allow us to better understand what this term actually means.
Patrick Bafuma is back with another interview this time with Dr. John Perkins from Carilion Clinic in Virginia to talk about the post-infectious period as a cardiovascular risk factor.
We just finished helping at AAPA 2019 in Denver, Colorado. It was a fun time with over 500 learners being taught by excellent faculty. In this post we talk about the benefits of workshop style courses as well as full courses such as the upcoming Critical Access 2019.
With the recent surge of measles cases, it is important to understand the facts with measles. In this post we cover a recent paper that reminds us some of the key details.
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