This episode is a must listen if youâve ever felt helpless in the face of fibromyalgia and chronic pain. Keep listening for part 2 of our âcurbsideâ with expert clinician and prominent researcher Dr. Daniel Clauw, from the University of Michiganâs Chronic Pain and Fatigue Research Center. The show is chock full of clinical pearls for the mastery of chronic pain syndromes.
This episode, part 1 of 2, is a must listen if you’ve ever felt helpless in the face of fibromyalgia and chronic pain. Listen as we “curbside” expert clinician and prominent researcher Dr. Daniel Clauw, from the University of Michigan’s Chronic Pain and Fatigue Research Center. The show is chock full of clinical pearls for the mastery of chronic pain syndromes.
Show Notes–Podcast Season 1, Episode 2!
Are you treating Hypertension Adequately? Discussing the implications of SPRINT.
In this interview, Matt speaks with Dr. Paul Williams about the SPRINT Trial of Intensive blood pressure control and how it is likely to change clinical practice. Tony and Stuart were absent for the interview, but don’t freak out. We added their take home points on the SPRINT trial to the outro segment.
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San Antonio, TX – February 18, 2016 – The Curbsiders today announced the launch of a new podcast series designed for Internists worldwide. The Curbsiders deconstruct topics and explore the latest in Internal Medicine and Primary Care, providing listeners free access to expert interviews featuring cutting-edge topics in the vast world of medicine.
Studying and keeping up with the literature is not that hard and you shouldn’t be afraid to do it. Most people make the mistake of setting their expectations too high, which leads to procrastination, inaction and probably binge watching a Property Brothers marathon (or even worse, any show on Bravo). We live in an age where most people can’t keep their eyes off their iPhone (even while driving), so why do people say they are too busy for studying and continuing medical education? I say it’s time to either put down your phone or put it to good use, and I’m here to teach you how. Keep Reading