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This is a podcast that answers the question, "what should we have been learning while we were memorizing Kreb's cycle?" This is a practical guide for practicing physicians and other healthcare practitioners looking to improve in any and all aspects of our lives and practices. Physician and non-physician experts are interviewed on a wide range of topics to help us help our patients, practices, colleagues, communities and most of all, ourselves. If you want to share you expertise on the podcast, please email me at physiciansguidetodoctoring@gmail.com.

This is a podcast that answers the question, "what should we have been learning while we were memorizing Kreb's cycle?" This is a practical guide for practicing physicians and other healthcare practitioners looking to improve in any and all aspects of our lives and practices. Physician and non-physician experts are interviewed on a wide range of topics to help us help our patients, practices, colleagues, communities and most of all, ourselves. If you want to share you expertise on the podcast, please email me at physiciansguidetodoctoring@gmail.com.
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This is a podcast that answers the question, "what should we have been learning while we were memorizing Kreb's cycle?" This is a practical guide for practicing physicians and other healthcare practitioners looking to improve in any and all aspects of our lives and practices. Physician and non-physician experts are interviewed on a wide range of topics to help us help our patients, practices, colleagues, communities and most of all, ourselves. If you want to share you expertise on the podcast, please email me at physiciansguidetodoctoring@gmail.com.

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01-202-420-1963


Episodes

Physician's Guide to Trauma-Informed Healthcare Approaches with Dr. Megan Gerber

8/13/2019
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Megan Gerber, MD, MPH is a general internist with a career-long focus on the medical care of trauma-exposed women. We start out defining trauma and then get introduced to trauma-informed care. Interfacing with the medical system and physicians can be traumatizing and triggering, so we discussed ways to minimize that, and why it actually isn’t important to identify who needs trauma informed care. We should be taking a “universal precautions” like approach. She teaches us how to incorporate a...

Duration:00:44:04

Cardiac arrest for pathologists to podiatrists with EM Physician, Dr. Jeff Jarvis

7/31/2019
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Dr. Jeff Jarvis, the EMS Medical Director for Williamson County EMS and Marble Falls Area EMS in Central Texas, teaches us about cardiac arrest for every physician, from pathologists to podiatrists. We learn how to identify and manage a cardiac arrest if we happen to be the medical professional on the scene. We cover multiple circumstances from the woods to the mall to a plane. After this talk, you will feel better equipped to know what you can and can’t, should and shouldn’t do in those...

Duration:00:42:09

Emotional Intelligence with the Inspired Dentist, Dr. Shakila Angadi

7/31/2019
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On today's episode, we spoke about emotional intelligence with the Inspired Dentist, Dr. Shakila Angadi. She is a dentist and social & emotional intelligence certified coach that is determined to help improve the lives of fellow health care professionals. She graduated from the University of Missouri Kansas City School of Dentistry and has been in private practice for over 11 years. She realized that empathetic communication and self-awareness techniques were the key to expanding her...

Duration:00:51:59

Be Calm and Queer On with Dr. Crystal Beal

7/25/2019
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Be Calm and Queer On – What Your Trans and Gender Diverse Patients Want You to Know Dr. Crystal Beal answers the questions that will helps us better care for our transgender and gender diverse patients. They went to med school at Florida State University, and completed the Valley Family Medicine Residency program, part of the University of Washington. They are the physician- owner of QueerDoc. Dr. Beal hopes to change the experience of care for the trans and gender diverse community and...

Duration:00:39:21

Choosing the Right Financial Advisor

7/18/2019
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Ryan Inman is a fee-only financial advisor who works exclusively with physicians and he teaches how to pick a financial advisor. How did he end up in the physician niche? He understands us. His wife is a pediatric pulmonologist and part of why he understands the struggle so well is that they’ve been together since college. He graduated from the University of San Diego and has two masters, one in business administration and another in Accounting and financial management. He manages Physician...

Duration:00:52:29

Wealthy Mom MD, Dr. Bonnie Koo, Discusses Female Physician Finance

7/11/2019
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Dr. Bonnie Koo, is a dermatologist and former systems administrator at Morgan Stanley. She is a graduate of Barnard College and Columbia University’s College of Physicians & Surgeons and completed her dermatology residency at UC Irvine. She created the website WealthyMomMD.com to fill the void of knowledge and resources specific to women physicians on how to take control of their finances. She directs the Women Physicians Personal Finance group on Facebook--the largest online community of...

Duration:00:36:05

The Physician Philosopher's Guide to Personal Finance

6/27/2019
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The next three episodes comprise an intro to the Physician's Guide to Personal Finance. We start with the Physician Philosopher, an anesthesiologist blogger who wants his audience to understand their "why" to understand their "how" of personal finance. Next week we interview Bonnie Koo, MD, the voice of female physician finance, and the following week we interview Ryan Inman, a fee-only financial advisor who understands the specifics of physicians' financial needs as he exclusively works...

Duration:00:47:45

You Get Medicare and You Get Medicare! Everyone Gets Medicare!

6/26/2019
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Adam E. Block, PhD is currently an Assistant Professor of Public Health at the School of Health Sciences and Practice at New York Medical College. He is a health economist with deep experience in the hospital, health plan and government sectors. His research is focused on how individuals make decisions in health care markets including patient choice of hospitals, physicians and insurance plans. We discuss the new push for “Medicare for all.” First, we discuss what Medicare is, what it...

Duration:00:36:21

Twist of Lyme

6/21/2019
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Because borrelia burgdorferi is a spirochete; a spiral! A little mnemonic device for the med students. Dr. Daniel Solomon is an infectious disease doctor on staff at the Brigham and Women’s Hospital and an instructor of medicine at Harvard Medical School. He went to med school at Yale, and then did both residency and fellowship at the Brigham, although fellowship was combined with Mass General, where he was on the HIV Clinician Educator track. He is actively involved in improving care at...

Duration:00:57:19

Human Errors: A Panorama of Our Glitches, from Pointless Bones to Broken Genes

6/13/2019
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Professor Nathan Lents studied biology at St. Louis University and then completed his PhD at St. Louis University’s school of medicine in Pharmacological and Physiological Sciences. PhDs need residencies, too, so he did his postdoctoral training in cancer genomics at NYU and loved New York so much that he stayed and is now a Professor at John Jay College in Manhattan and director of the honors program. He maintains the Human Evolution Blog and his podcast is called This World of Humans. His...

Duration:01:00:17

Post-nasal Podcast or the Physician's Guide to Throat Clearing

6/6/2019
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Should we assume EVERYONE has reflux until proven otherwise? Does reflux cause global warming? If there’s a post-nasal drip, is there a pre-nasal drip? Where’s all that mucus coming from anyway? On today’s episode we discuss the epidemics of reflux and post-nasal drip with laryngologist Dr. Matthew Clary, an assistant professor at the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus. Dr. Clary went to medical school at The Ohio State, started his otolaryngology residency at George Washington,...

Duration:00:44:27

What is tough to learn and EVERY doctor could do better?

5/30/2019
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What is something that is tough to learn and every doctor should know it better than they do? Aside from Kreb’s Cycle. Billing and coding! Dr. Charlotte Akor is a nationally recognized speaker and physician coach on billing and coding. In this interview, we discuss the necessary history, physical and medical decision making in order to bill and code appropriately and then get into the weeds about proper coding of medical decision making. She uses examples to help explain medical decision...

Duration:00:42:47

Cooking to Reinvigorate Your Health from TheChefDoc

5/23/2019
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Dr. Colin Zhu is a family medicine physician who practices primarily locums. He also trained as a chef and a health coach at the Natural Gourmet Institute for Health & Culinary Arts and the Institute for Integrative Nutrition after medical school. We discuss recommendations he has for his patients looking to eat healthier and physicians looking to do this same. We talk about essential kitchen utensils and small appliances, his go-to ingredients, for simple, fast, healthy, and delicious...

Duration:00:36:23

Is CBD TBD or NBT?

5/16/2019
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Dr. Rachna Patel is an emergency medicine physician who has a medical marijuana telemedicine practice, a book, and her own CBD oil. Medical marijuana and CBD, specifically, seem to have become a panacea or snake oil with magical properties that can cure everything. Like what we tell our patients about good nutrition and exercise. She helps to clear up fact from fiction during our wide ranging and comprehensive discussion, from the current state of dispensing, its legal status, biochemistry,...

Duration:00:50:54

Teen Depression and Suicidality

5/9/2019
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Dr. Uchenna Umeh is a pediatrician who has lost people to suicide. She saw this as a growing issue among her patient population, so she left the stability of her medical practice to affect a wider audience by reaching out to larger groups. She is now a public speaker on childhood, teen and young adult depression and suicide. We discuss her recommendations for recognizing characteristics of depression and suicidality, how to start the discussion about such a sensitive issue if we suspect it,...

Duration:00:36:21

Challenges Faced by International Medical Graduates

5/2/2019
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Dr. Jasmine Marcelin is an infectious disease doctor at the University of Nebraska Medical Center. How did a doctor from Antigua end up in Nebraska? Through Canada, of course! It is an interesting story that she uses to educate us about some of the challenges and stigmas that international medical graduates face in order to practice medicine in the US. Dr. Marcelin is an Assistant Professor of Medicine, Co-Director of Digital Innovation & Social Media Strategy and Associate Medical Director...

Duration:00:57:12

Truth Prescriptions for a Better QOL with Dr. Errin Weisman

4/25/2019
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Dr. Errin Weisman is a family physician in rural, southwest Indiana, and a life coach, speaker, blogger, and a podcaster. We talk about three ideas she wishes she could teach her younger self and each has its own actionable step to help us all live more fulfilling lives. We also flipped the script on an old formula. On previous episodes, we’ve had specialists discuss what they think all physicians should know about the specialty, but this time, she told us what she wants all specialists to...

Duration:00:44:46

Evidence Based Habit Development

4/19/2019
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If you’ve ever counseled a patient (or yourself!) on how to improve their diet, quit smoking, or exercise more, you are basically saying that they need to improve their habits. Should you be telling them to go Paleo? Keto? Crypto? CrossFit? Yoga? Tai Chi? Dr. Tello gets into the evidence behind the science of habit development. Her recommendation? Just do one push-up a day. Or eat one piece of kale. That’s it! She wrote a book about evidence based habit development called Healthy Habits for...

Duration:00:44:07

Anesthesia Myths and Unbound Doctors

4/13/2019
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Dr. David Draghinas was an active duty anesthesiologist in the US navy before going into private practice in the Dallas area. He made his first foray onto the world wide web with the anesthesia myths website, as a way to help patients tell fact from fiction with anesthesia. We talk about what he wants all physicians, especially those writing surgical clearance letters, to know about anesthesia. We also discuss his podcast, Doctors Unbound, where he interviews physicians who are doing...

Duration:00:32:59

What weighs 1 ounce and has 7 fellowships?

4/5/2019
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Dr. Rand Diab is a board-certified, comprehensive ophthalmologist in the Chicago suburbs of Northwest Indiana, practicing for over 15 years. We discuss what she thinks all physicians should know about ophthalmology, which starts with how to spell it. We discuss acute eye injuries and why every pink eye doesn’t get treated with antibiotics drops. She also really deflates my balloon when she dispels the myth that an avulsed eyeball can be kept in milk until it can be reattached. Dr. Diab....

Duration:00:31:53