Episode 11: In this podcast, Jaspal Singh, MD, interviews Saadia A. Faiz, MD, and Neha Dangayach, MD, MSCR, on the effective use of social media in pulmonary and critical care medicine, including what clinicians can use social media for, how it can help improve patient care, how much to share, the benefits and risks, and ways to avoid burnout using social media.
In this podcast, Sri Banerjee, MD, PhD, MPH, MAS, Anayra Tua-Lopez, PhD, MPH, and David Harvey, PhD, MPH, speak about the racial differences in the association between endocrine disruptors and obesity, including higher BPA levels found in Hispanic Americans compared with the general population in the United States.
In this podcast, Claire Barber, MD, from the University of Calgary's Cumming School of Medicine, discusses her research into the use of telemedicine in caring for patients with rheumatoid arthritis.
In this podcast, Heather Forkey, MD, discusses the mechanisms of burnout and how to use this understanding to restore resilience.
He answers our questions about the factors contributing to the public's lack of trust in the medical community, the advice he gives to lay people who buy into "fake news," and the role health care practitioners play in reducing the spread of misinformation.
Join experts in T2D: Dr. John Anderson, Dr. Susan Cornell, and Dr. Doron Schneider as they discuss the enormous physical, emotional, psychological, and economic burden of T2D and its comorbidities on the US healthcare system and their patients.
In this podcast, Timothy Bhattacharyya, MD, discusses declining trends in hip fractures seen over the last 40 years, how osteoporosis treatment efforts relate to these trends, and what factors have had the most influence on the declines.
In this podcast, Jonathan Aviv, MD, talks about the current gold standards for treating gastroesophageal reflux disease, where proton-pump inhibitor therapy fits into the treatment regimen, and nonpharmacologic treatment options.
Lisa Jones, MA, RDN, LDN, discusses the ongoing egg debate, emerging research on dietary cholesterol consumption, and what dietitians and other providers can recommend to their patients.
In this podcast, Parambir Dulai, MD, discusses his recent research on treating inflammatory bowel disease to achieve endoscopic remission, through the use of a treat-to-target approach using algorithmic treatment adjustments.