Take a trip down memory lane with top clinical pearls and favorite moments from The Curbsiders in 2018. Welcome to our 2018 Recap Extravaganza!
Since last year, the Curbsiders team has grown substantially and the podcast has undergone several exciting developments. These include our collaboration with ACP that allows us to provide CME and MOC credit for select episodes, our new partnership with Human Dx as featured in our Kashlak Morning Reports, and the launch of our Women in Medicine series. For our 2017 year-end show, we had listeners vote for their favorite episodes from the past year. This year, we’re changing it up a bit and have invited our Curbsider colleagues to share their picks for pearliest pearls and most illuminating episodes of 2018. We hope you’ll enjoy hearing the team’s highlights, and we’ll be back in 2019 with fresh content. Note: No CME-MOC credit for this episode, but stay tuned in 2019 for eligible episodes.
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Written and produced by: Chris Chiu MD and Sarah Phoebe Roberts, MPH
Hosts: Matthew Watto MD, Paul Williams MD, Stuart Brigham MD, Chris Chiu MD
Edited by: Chris Chiu MD
00:00 Disclaimer, Intro
06:39 Clinical Reasoning Pearls
12:35 Pulmonary Hypertension Pearls
15:52 Women In Medicine Pearls
20:40 Iron Deficiency Pearls
24:52 Tick-Borne Illness Pearls
28:00 STI Pearls
31:00 Physical Exam Pearls
32:51 “Things we do for no reason” Pearls
36:16 Host Picks
42:38 Paul Wraps-up the Year
43:38 Outro and Curbsider Team sign-offs
Goals and Learning Objectives
Listeners will review clinical pearls and content highlights from 2018 Curbsiders episodes.
After listening to this episode listeners will…
Recall important clinical advice from Curbsiders guests and hosts
Identify usable strategies to improve diagnostic and clinical reasoning
Reflect on the value of social media and free open-access medical education
Understand that the Venn diagram of people who are bitten by spiders and people who skip the Curbsiders introductory banter is, in fact, a circle