Episode 29: Update on Hepatitis C with Dr. Richard Sterling

On this week’s episode, Richard Sterling, MD, Chief of Hepatology in the Division of Gastroenterology and Nutrition will be giving his updates on Hepatitis C.

75-80% of Hepatitis C cases turn into chronic disease. These updates will help faculty in being able to identify possible Hepatitis C patients and assess what treatments to use based on the patient.

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Episode 29: Update on Hepatitis C with Dr. Richard Sterling
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Episode 28: Updates in Medicine with Dr. Acharya

In this episode, Chathur Acharya, MD gives us Updates in Medicine that touch multiple areas including:

  • Gastrology
  • Colorectal Cancer
  • Pulmonary and Critical Care
  • Infectious Disease
  • Pharmacology

Listen to this episode for a brief update in each of these subjects!

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Episode 27: Let’s submit; Research Guidance with Lindsey Hall and Dr. Rebecca Miller

screen-shot-2016-11-15-at-5-43-07-pmscreen-shot-2016-11-15-at-5-41-35-pmAs conference season is approaching, are you having issues or do you feel intimidated by Scholarship and Research? Listen to this week’s podcast as Lindsey Hall, MPH and Dr. Rebecca Miller help make the process easier with their input and experiences!

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Episode 27: Let's submit; Research Guidance with Lindsey Hall and Dr. Rebecca Miller
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Episode 26: The History and Legacy of DGIM with Dr. Smith

wally-smithThis week’s episode is a special one with Dr. Wally Smith. Dr. Smith tells how DGIM has become the division it is today and explains how general internists act as the “Quarterback” of medicine.

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Episode 25: KNOW Sepsis, So There Will be NO Sepsis: An Update on Sepsis by Dr. Meadors

podcast2-evanThis week’s episode will help assure you are up-to-date on the February 2016 changes to The Third International Consensus Definitions for Sepsis and Septic Shock (Sepsis-3). The more accurate you are able to identify Sepsis, the better you are able to treat Sepsis.

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Episode 25: KNOW Sepsis, So There Will be NO Sepsis: An Update on Sepsis by Dr. Meadors
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Episode 24: Kim Pedram and Pulmonary Embolus

Kim Pedram PodcastCheck out this week’s episode with Dr. Kim Pedram as she speaks about Pulmonary Embolus and updates on recommendations from the NEW 2016 CHEST guidelines. Listen to this episode to assure you are up-to-date on these updated recommendations!

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Episode 23: Frank Fulco and Feedback

Frank.FulcoDr. Frank Fulco presents an energetic and polished talk on feedback!  Check it out and read the shownotes here.

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Episode 22: How to critique an article

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Today’s episode is filled to the brim with pearls of wisdom from Dr. Wally Smith.  If you want to know how to get involved in the peer-review process as an article reviewer, this episode is for you!  Listen to the audio and then check out the shownotes here.

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Episode 22: How to critique an article
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Episode 21: Eugene Chu and Hospital Acquired Infections

eugenechuCheck out the latest episode of our podcast!  Dr. Eugene Chu from Boulder Community Health discusses hospital-acquired infections.  After you listen to the episode, be sure to review the shownotes and Dr. Chu’s slides here.

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Episode 21: Eugene Chu and Hospital Acquired Infections
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Episode 20: Osmosis and Spaced Learning

shivgaglani_thumbnailryanhaynes_thumbnailThis week’s episode discusses theories related to spaced learning and how one medical education company is taking advantage of cognitive science to improve learning.  After you listen to the podcast, check out the shownotes.

 

Disclosure: VCU GenMed Podcast has no financial relationship with Osmosis.  Steven Bishop is participating in a joint research project with Osmosis, but has no personal financial relationship with the company.

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