Interview with Mark H. Greenawald, MD, Professor and Vice Chair for Academic Affairs, Department of Family and Community Medicine, Carilion Clinic and Virginia Tech Carilion School of Medicine and Course Director of the AAFP’s Chief Resident Leadership Development Program. Topics discussed include physician wellness, mentorship, listening to patient stories, and Bison Chips.
Antiepileptic drugs (1:50), dizziness (3:40), statins and dementia (8:10), jaundice in adults (9:00), practice guidelines for Botox (11:10), sertraline (12:40), and treatment of peripheral vascular disease (14:20).
Hyperlipidemia (1:30), sleep apnea (5:50), otitis media (7:10), respiratory syncytial virus (8:50), giant cell arteritis (11:00), fibroids (12:50), and "Does chocolate cause acne?" (15:20).
Heart failure treatment (1:10), patient-centered communication (5:40), membrane sweeping (10:20), opiate withdrawal (12:20), and “Primary Care Dreams” video by Jamie Katuna and Kyle Cowper (14:40).
Interview with John Meigs, MD, FAAFP, President of the American Academy of Family Physicians and family physician in Centreville, Alabama. Topics discussed include: expected changes in healthcare in 2017 and beyond, how students and family physicians can become more engaged, his favorite football team, and hidden talents.
Autism spectrum disorder (1:10), pediatric head injury (8:20), pediatric cholesterol guidelines (11:00), gastrointestinal complications in diabetes (13:20), and “Listening for a kinder, gentler, hospital experience” by Caroline Wellbery MD PhD and Eathan Janney (19:50).
Lymphadenopathy (1:10), cardiac rehab (7:10), rotator cuff injury (9:00), infant infection rule out (11:20), aripiprazole (14:10), menopause (16:30), and Holiday Myths (22:40).
Pet-related infections (2:10), PSA screening (7:00), carpal tunnel (9:20), erectile dysfunction (12:10), diabetic foot (17:00), and evolocumab (19:20).
HIV (1:10), valproate for migraine prophylaxis (7:10), pneumonia (9:30), epididymitis (13:40), pet therapy (17:10), and Where I Listen (20:40)
Pretravel consultation (1:10), sacubitril/valsartan (Entresto) (5:40), intimate partner violence (9:00), flu shot recommendations (13:30), aspirin (14:40), mental status examinations (18:40), and our favorite Tweets (21:30).
Croup (1:10), skin cancer screening (4:00), clinical diagnosis of gout (6:10), STEPs for a new medicine for rosacea (8:00), atrial fibrillation (9:40), a look at diagnostic errors in medicine (13:10), and a response to a letter from a listener (16:00).
Sleep apnea (1:10), post-exposure prophylaxis (5:30), complementary/integrative therapy (7:20), isotretinoin (12:40), perioperative beta blockers (15:30), sulfonylureas (17:40), and “Where I Listen” (19:30)
Lupus (1:10), screening for depression (3:50), corticosteroids for asthma (5:20), meniscal tear (7:10), alirocumab (8:20), well-child visits (11:20), failure to thrive (13:10), hospital readmission (17:40), delirium (19:50), pioglitazone (21:10), behavioral management of dementia (22:10).
Peripheral neuropathy (1:40), acupuncture for headache (5:20), antibiotic prescribing (7:00), exercise for dementia (10:40), premenstrual disorder (12:40), and a special guest essay entitled ‘5000-to-1 Odds’ (17:00).
LIVE recording from the American Academy of Family Physicians National Conference of Students and Residents on July, 29, 2016. Topics include: Rhinosinusitis (2:00), liraglutide for weight loss (7:00), pharmacotherapy for alcohol use disorder (13:30), vaccine hesitancy (16:50), polycystic ovary syndrome (22:20), trigeminal neuralgia (27:10), screening for COPD (37:00), and genetic tests (39:00). Special features include: Live music, including the podcast theme song "We're on a Mission," (12:00) audience favorite ICD-10 codes (20:10), the new game "Name That Drug," (29:40) and an interview with AAFP Board Chair Bob Wergin, MD (40:50).
Vertebral fractures (1:00), topical NSAIDs (5:00), honey for cough (6:40), intermittent steroid use in asthma (8:40), strep throat (10:30), blood pressure control (15:10), and our favorite Tweets (17:10)
Opioids (1:00), ruling out myocardial infarction with troponin (8:50), evaluation of the painful eye (10:40), a new drug for insomnia (13:20), and decreasing antibiotic prescribing (15:40)
Diet and physical activity for cardiovascular disease prevention (1:00), screening for ovarian cancer (5:00), antiepileptic drugs (8:30), allergic conjunctivitis (10:10), genital herpes (12:00), corticosteroids for pneumonia (14:20), and a new feature, "Where I Listen to the AFP Podcast" (16:00)
Sarcoidosis (1:00), smoking cessation (4:50), peripartum depression (8:00), acute abdominal pain in children (11:40), flibanserin (16:20), and Zika virus (20:00). May 15th, 2016 issue of AFP.
Cervical radiculopathy (1:10), Bell palsy (5:20), fluoride varnish (7:50), prostate cancer survivors (10:30), screening for autism (14:40), the top 20 POEMs of 2015 (16:10), and an interview with Dr. Mike Sevilla (22:10). May 1, 2016 issue of AFP.
Cancer screening in older patients, a new drug for heart failure, counseling women about breast cancer, glaucoma, low troponin levels, adnexal masses, and an interview with Tiffany Ho a fourth-year medical student at Johns Hopkins University. April 15, 2016 issue of AFP.
Recurrent UTIs, Zika virus, drowning, red eye, head injury, pilates for low back pain, oppositional defiant disorder, and non-pharmacologic treatments of anxiety
Alcohol use disorder, anal fissures, pre-exposure prophylaxis, endometrial cancer, and Dr. Mark Ebell with an Evidence Based Medicine Minute
Interview with family physician Dr. Sydnee McElroy and her husband Justin McElroy, co-hosts of the award-nominated podcast Sawbones: "A Marital Tour of Misguided Medicine." Sydnee is residency faculty at Marshall University in Huntington, West Virginia; Justin also co-hosts the comedy podcast "My Brother, My Brother, and Me."