Mike Kirlew returns to have an energetic conversation about some clinical considerations in Atrial Fibrillation.
Dr. Justin Bell gives the basics of LGBT2SQ definitions and what our role is as health care providers for this diverse population.
Dr. Schreiber is an Infectious Disease specialist based in Sioux Lookout Ontario to shed some light on pneumonia. The focus is community acquired pneumonia (CAP) in adults.
Learn about the ins-and-outs of adapting to various rural medical environments.
A discussion on the in vogue topic of meditation.
We get to have a discussion about some of the evidence for care around a healthy delivery. Much of the discussion is taken from the SOGC (Society of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists of Canada) guidelines.
Discussion around essentials of Prenatal care and some of the current practices that are changing!
Discussion on the background, diagnosis and treatment of rheumatic fever - and also the public health aspects of the disease.
Full review of Sepsis integrating new Sepsis 3 guidelines. No need to listen to last episode on Sepsis to follow!
Here is a bit of a refresher on some resilient concepts! Also feel free to check out the new website at : growingresilient.com
More episodes to follow soon!
Learn about the basics of HIV medicine from Lucy Manchester, a family doctor with fellowship training in HIV medicine! Perfect for anyone wondering how to treat the rare patient with HIV in their practice, or just anybody interested.
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So much talk on it but ... What the heck is it really? We continue our Psychology Binge.
General conversation on the concept of resilience, and whether it is relevant and learnable. Some back and forth banter!
Check out our new site: growingresilient.com. It's aimed at growing resilience through mini-interventions. We are passionate about this subject!
Cognitive Biases and Heuristics and how these fold into the complex world of decision making and learning.
Starting practice can be scary and exciting. Let's hear from Generalist and Emerge focused Dale Edwards on his first year in practice!
Habits are fundamental to tasks performed everyday - they drive routines, addictions, work flow and productivity, and many other things in the day to day. This is a recorded conversation of Amar Singh and myself having an off the cuff conversation about habits.
Importance of psychology with respect to patient health and well... our health.
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