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Here We Stand is the official voice of The Republic of Kanata and the Republican Party of Kanata. The weekly program is a platform to unite and mobilize the revolutionary remnant who are forming the basis of a new society based on equality, Common Law and liberty. The Vision and Program of the Republic and the Party can be found here: Establishing Liberty: The Case for the Republic of Kanata - https://www.amazon.com/dp/1721282033 The Republic and the Party can be contacted at republicofkanat ...
 
Supercharge your learning and enhance your practice with this Internal Medicine Podcast featuring board certified Internists as they interview the experts to bring you clinical pearls, practice-changing knowledge, and bad puns. Doctors Matthew Watto, Paul Williams, and friends (a national network of students, residents, and clinician-educators) deliver a little knowledge food for your brain hole. Yummy! No boring lectures here, just high-value content and a healthy dose of humor. Fantastic f ...
 
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Recap and review the top pearls from recent episodes #339 Hand and Wrist Pain, #348 Foot and Ankle Pain, and #351 Myopathy and Myositis with Watto and Paul. It’s Tales from the Curbside! (TFTC), our monthly series providing a rapid review of recent Curbsiders episodes for your spaced learning. Note No CME for this mini-episode but visit curbsiders.…
 
A Rational Approach: Who to Image, How to Treat, and More! Back pain is one of the most common concerns our patients bring to us in the outpatient setting. It’s a lot more complicated than rest, ice, and NSAIDs! Fortunately, we have pain expert, strength coach, and academic internist Dr. Austin Baraki (Austin Baraki, MD (@AustinBaraki) / Twitter) t…
 
​Here We Stand with Reverend Kevin D. AnnettTitle: Remembering those who never surrender: My sister and fellow fighter Colia ClarkThis Sunday: The Necessity and Power of Remembrance: Honoring the best in us and among us, on Here We Stand, November 20Veteran Civil Rights fighter Colia Clark (left) and Kevin Annett in New York City, May 2019 Colia di…
 
Join us as we review recent practice-changing articles addressing the questions: Do weekend warriors experience a mortality benefit from exercise? Is an aggressive fluid strategy superior to a moderate strategy in acute pancreatitis? Does an invite for colonoscopy decrease colon cancer-related mortality? Did the benefits of intensive blood pressure…
 
With Carolyn Chan MD and Shawn Cohen MD Conquer acute pain in the hospitalized patient with opioid use disorder! It’s challenging to treat opioid withdrawal and acute pain simultaneously. This episode features clinical pearls on prescribing methadone, buprenorphine, low-dose buprenorphine initiation, and how to incorporate opioids as part of multim…
 
We’ve Come a Long Way From Ether Learn how an anesthesiologist approaches perioperative medicine from how to choose the right type of anesthesia (general anesthesia vs regional anesthesia vs MAC), to preoperative risk assessment, and how to avoid anesthesia related complications. Our guest, anesthesiologist, Dr. Angela Selzer (Denver, CO) helps us …
 
We ran the numbers, and it’s still important! Should patients be screened for syphilis? If so, which ones? Dr. Katrina Donahue (USPSTF) talks us through this re-affirmation of the USPSTF syphilis screening guideline, including who might be high risk and how to screen them. Episodes | Subscribe | Spotify | Swag! | Top Picks | Mailing List | thecurbs…
 
Optimize and update your approach to atrial fibrillation (afib) as we discuss early rhythm control, antiarrhythmic drugs, TTE/cardioversion, afib ablation, new onset afib in the hospitalized patient, and left atrial appendage closure. Plus, we try to answer, Does afib burden matter? Our guest is cardiologist-electrophysiologist, Hugh Calkins MD, @h…
 
Recap and review the top pearls from recent episodes #341 Migraine Headaches Update and #350 Acute Hypoxemia with Watto and Paul. It’s Tales from the Curbside! (TFTC), our monthly series providing a rapid review of recent Curbsiders episodes for your spaced learning. Note No CME for this mini-episode but visit curbsiders.vcuhealth.org to claim cred…
 
Lipids Update 2022: Cardiovascular Risk Reduction and New Medications on the Horizon with Erin Michos, MD Show description: Ready to take the next step in management of your patient with hyperlipidemia? Dr. Erin Michos (@erinmichos) returns to give us a lesson in Advanced Lipidology. She updates us on what new medications we can use for those diffi…
 
The treatment your patients need but may not be getting! Take a bite out of our latest episode featuring guest expert Dr. Michelle McMacken (@DrMcMacken) and learn how you can help your patients effectively and sustainably reap the health benefits of improved nutrition. Discover the enormous evidence base for nutritional recommendations, develop sc…
 
Master the latest knowledge on the ongoing monkeypox outbreak with Dr. Boghuma Titanji (@Boghuma)! Learn how to recognize monkeypox in the clinic, how to test for monkeypox, how to approach management (including options for antiviral agents), and more. Claim free CME for this episode at curbsiders.vcuhealth.org! Episodes | Subscribe | Spotify | Swa…
 
From Cord Compression to Tumor Lysis Syndrome Do you freak out over oncologic emergencies like cord compression or tumor lysis syndrome? Join Dr. Aditi Singh (University of Pennsylvania, Abramson Cancer Center, @AditiSinghMD) for this comprehensive conversation on six commonly encountered oncologic emergencies we see in the hospital! Claim free CME…
 
Find out if ultra-short course (two days) antibiotics work for pneumonia, if acetazolamide improves diuretic efficiency in acute decompensated heart failure, should we prescribe psilocybin (magic mushrooms) to treat alcohol use disorder, and if removal of asymptomatic kidney stones decreases the incidence of future events! Time to fill your plate w…
 
Brush up on your COPD skills and learn some new tips for diagnosis and management of this common respiratory condition from our expert Dr. Antonio Anzueto (University of Texas San Antonio). Claim free CME for this episode at curbsiders.vcuhealth.org! Episodes | Subscribe | Spotify | Swag! | Top Picks | Mailing List | thecurbsiders@gmail.com | Free …
 
Upper and Lower GI Bleed Diagnosis and Management Handle the gush of upper and lower GI bleeds with ease thanks to Dr. Tanvi Dhere (@DhereMdEmory)! Learn diagnosis, initial management as well as post-procedure management including when to resume anticoagulation and antithrombotic therapy. Claim free CME for this episode at curbsiders.vcuhealth.org!…
 
We’re back with another women in medicine episode– this time Shreya and Leah interview their she-ro Dr. Kemi Doll, career coach extraordinaire to women of color in academic medicine. She is breaking down the biggest challenges she’s seen her clients face and how to tackle them! Episodes | Subscribe | Spotify | Swag! | Top Picks | Mailing List | the…
 
Polyps, polypectomy & surveillance with Dr. Jennifer Maranki Learn how to recommend a good bowel prep, read colonoscopy reports, and review recommended polyp surveillance with Dr. Jennifer Maranki, @jenmarankimd (Penn State Health) Claim free CME for this episode at curbsiders.vcuhealth.org! Episodes | Subscribe | Spotify | Swag! | Top Picks | Mail…
 
A simplified approach to dizziness/vertigo with tips from international expert, Dr. David Newman-Toker, Professor of Neurology, Ophthalmology, and Otolaryngology at Johns Hopkins University. We learn how to differentiate stroke from other causes of dizziness/vertigo; how to approach the differential diagnosis in dizziness/vertigo; how to perform th…
 
Recap and review the top pearls from recent episodes #322 H. Pylori and #324 Obesity Medicine FAQ with Watto and Paul. It’s Tales from the Curbside! (TFTC), our monthly series providing a rapid review of recent Curbsiders episodes for your spaced learning. Note No CME for this mini-episode but visit curbsiders.vcuhealth.org to claim credit for show…
 
On this Curbsiders classic, we discuss antibiotic classes, common uses, the pathophysiology behind antibiotic mechanisms, and much more with infectious disease expert, Dr. Adi Shah MBBS (@IDdocAdi)! This antibiotics primer will break down the (cell) walls of antibiotic knowledge. Stop feeling silly when you deal with penicillins! Original show note…
 
The Thrill of Victory and the Agony of the Feet Don’t fear foot pain! Learn how to evaluate the painful foot and ankle, what needs imaging, and who needs rehab. We are joined by Dr. Joan Ritter (Walter Reed National Military Medical Center) for a special live Curbsiders episode! Claim free CME for this episode at curbsiders.vcuhealth.org! Episodes …
 
Diagnosing & Managing Acute Hypoxemia with Nick Mark MD Quick! Your patient is desaturating! Have no fear, for in this installment of our Rapid Response series we have recruited pulmonologist/intensivist extraordinaire, the great Dr. Nick Mark of ICU One Pager, to share with us all the pitfalls and pearls we need to have under our collective belt w…
 
Find out how tirzepatide might revolutionize weight loss, pharmacogenomics might improve antidepressant prescribing, seasonal edema affects Google searches, and whether nirmatrelvir/ritonavir helps standard-risk patients with COVID-19, and patient-centered recommendations for inpatient care from SHM/Choosing Wisely! Time to fill your plate with a f…
 
Learn to recognize myositis and myopathy (aka the idiopathic inflammatory myopathies), perform the appropriate initial testing, whether or not statins and exercise are safe to continue, and how to partner with our subspecialist colleagues to treat these patients in primary care. Recorded LIVE at Johns Hopkins, we’re joined by Dr. Lisa Christopher-S…
 
USPSTF Update with Dr. John Wong Review the updated 2022 United States Preventive Task Force (USPSTF) guidelines on aspirin use to prevent cardiovascular disease (CVD) with Dr. John Wong. Episodes | Subscribe | Spotify | Swag! | Top Picks | Mailing List | thecurbsiders@gmail.com | Free CME! Credits Producer & Writer: Elena Gibson MD Show Notes: Ele…
 
There’s nothing that gets a hospitalist more anxious and excited at the same time than a case of suspected meningitis. In this episode, we learn that if the thought crosses our mind, a lumbar puncture is almost certainly indicated. Our guest, Dr. Payal Patel, helps us with the balancing act that is diagnosing and managing meningitis! Free CME for t…
 
Can vitamins prevent CVD and cancer? We kind of don’t have the answer! Is vitamin and mineral supplementation safe? Effective? Listen as our esteemed guest Dr. Michael Barry talks to us about the new United States Preventive Services Task Force recommendation regarding the role of vitamin and mineral supplementation in preventing cardiovascular dis…
 
Lipids Update! Get up close and personal with ASCVD prevention and lipid management guidelines, including changes in the 2018 update, with our discussion with Dr. Erin Michos @erinmichos, preventive cardiologist and associate professor of medicine at the Johns Hopkins University Hospital! We review the background on the ASCVD risk calculator, basic…
 
Recognize multiple sclerosis in the clinic, learn how to diagnose it, and partner with your neurology colleagues to help care for these patients. Dr. Annette Okai expertly walks us through multiple sclerosis (North Texas Institute of Neurology & Headache). Claim free CME for this episode at curbsiders.vcuhealth.org! Episodes | Subscribe | Spotify |…
 
Supercharge your knowledge on using methadone for the treatment of opioid use disorder! We discuss treatment goals, and how to start or continue methadone in the hospital. We’re joined by guest Dr Ruth Potee, addiction medicine physician, full-scope family medicine doc, feminist, and expert composter. She inspires us to be strong advocates for our …
 
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