A fast moving recap of hot topics and clinical pearls live from Internal Medicine’s largest national conference, ACP 2018 in New Orleans! Dr. Nina Mingioni, Clinical Associate Professor and director of Undergraduate Medical Education in Internal Medicine at Thomas Jefferson University Hospital serves up some knowledge food for our brain holes. Topics: the athlete as a patient, sports physicals, food as medicine, medical marijuana (cannabis), and more! Listeners, please let us know what you liked, didn’t like and how we could make this better. YouTube video of this episode available here:ACP 2018 Recap with Nina Mingioni.
Written by: Nina Mingioni MD, Hannah Abrams. Producer/videographer: Chris Chiu MD. Hosts: Matthew Watto MD, Stuart Brigham MD, Paul Williams MD. Editor: Matthew Watto MD
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Dr. Mingioni gave us pearls from 5 lectures that she recapped for the ACP Highlights session:
The Athlete as Patient
Most Important Adverse Drug Reactions 2018
Food as Medicine
Marijuana: Its Roles, Rewards, and Risks
The Human Microbiome in Health and Disease
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