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VCU Internal Medicine Department Sep 19
Miss our today on “The Role of Left Atrial Appendage” by Dr. from Pauley Heart Center? Don’t worry, you can catch it all here:
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K.D. Leviste Sep 19
Got ptosis? Positive Horners Syndrome? Ask if patient has had chiropractic manipulation to rule out carotid dissection
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The ObG Project Sep 20
How many maternal deaths are sepsis-related? How many occur postpartum? Our summary of a valuable study in
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Suzanne Morton Sep 19
Coming up in is Dr James Wilsmore speaking on Catheter related venous thrombosis in patient on home parenteral nutrition. Should be interesting.
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The ObG Project Sep 21
How do sex differences affect reaction to ? We summarize a study in that demonstrates the importance of medication studies, data, & guidelines specific to women
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The ObG Project Sep 22
How useful is the QUiPP algorithm? Our summary of a study just published in that looks at its performance and treatment impact
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BCM Ethics & Policy Sep 16
Join us this Wednesday, 9/16 for our next , "When our personal beliefs have the potential to harm" 5-6pm at Houston Methodostic, Rio Grand Conf. Room
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UCSF Obstetrics Gynecology & Reproductive Sciences Sep 17
Drs. Edward Miller & Gaetan Pettigrew describe the landscape that African American Males must navigate in order to have a career in medicine : “Recruiting and Retaining the African American Male”.
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The ObG Project Sep 19
How can more patients at risk for be identified? Our summary of a paper from that weighs in on the debate between smaller limited panels vs expanded multigene panel testing
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The ObG Project Sep 15
How does knowledge of EFW affect labor management? Does it lead to an increased rate of cesarean delivery? We summarize a study in the
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JeffersonEMresidency Sep 18
Hyperleukocytosis leukostasis is the Onc equivalent of STEMI or an aortic dissection.
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McLean Hospital, Dept. of Continuing Education Sep 16
Dr. Shan Siddiq will present Personalizing Psychiatric Neuromodulation at Sept. 19, from 12 to 1pm in Pierce Hall, Service Bldg, Belmont, MA. Open to all. $20 for CMEs or CEUs for non-McLean employees. Otherwise free.
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MHIF Sep 17
ICYMI! Dr. Jacqueline Saw was yesterday's speaker. She discussed device options for in patients. Thank you for coming, ! Watch the recording or download slides online:
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Amy Oxentenko M.D. Sep 19
Here is rockstar alum from , , presenting on and at at .
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Ralph V. Clayman Sep 20
More great grand rounds talks via ZOOM next week with Dr. Cost, University of Colorado.
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UT CV Surgery Sep 20
Special by Dr. Hazim Safi in honor of yesterday, “Founding New Department is No Dinner Party”. Photo by
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MHIF Sep 19
Dr. Yale Wang will be speaking at next Monday's ! He will provide an update on ! 📍NEW LOCATION: MHIF Learning Center - Ste 100 📅 Mon 9/23 ⏱ 7am 💻 or Webinar:
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Nazanin Fallah-Rad Sep 19
Understanding the assembly line of CARs. Great way to start the morning! Thank you Dr. Arjun Law.
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BIDMC Anesthesia, Critical Care, and Pain Medicine Sep 18
: As part of the CRICO Anesthesia Patient Safety Program very own Dr. Krish Ramachandran and Dr. Cullen Jackson discussed- Using RCAAs for Building Teams and Safety Culture. Thank You Drs. Ramachandran and Jackson for an amazing presentation!
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