Jul 25, 2017
This is not an easy episode. It's not easy because a doctor gets named in a lawsuit, a patient has a bad outcome, and it openly discusses some of the systems failures we have in medicine. If that's enough to turn you off, close the page and go about your day. You'll probably be happier for it.
Still here? Well, here's...
Jul 2, 2017
Emergency management of priapism, hematuria, and interstitial cystitis are discussed with urologist Brian Shaffer.
Warning: the following program contains graphic descriptions of medical procedures. Listener discretion is advised.
Jun 24, 2017
Last summer I took a road trip to Canada and during the drive I listened to the book When Breath Becomes Air. That was a year ago, and I still think about that book, almost daily. When Breath Becomes Air is the autobiographical account of the final 2 years of neurosurgeon Paul Kalanithi life. Paul was in residency, age...
Jun 21, 2017
It may be summer (in the northern hemisphere), but that doesn't mean we can talk all the goodness that was our spring journal club. As usual, Adam Rowh slayed the beer selection with a killer Scottish ale as well as these lovely articles. Enjoy....
Qaseem, Amir, et al....
Mar 24, 2017
Amal Mattu stops by to talk about the best way to get the most from attending (as well as giving) a lecture. Hint, it's not the the transfer of information. Amal says that lectures have one of two purposes: to persuade or inspire.
To get the most out of attending a lecture