Academic Half Day: Pneumonia

Academic Half Day: Pneumonia

Next week at Academic Half Day we will be discussion pneumonia – specifically we will focus on CAP, HAP, and VAP. Please read the linked articles for a good foundation prior to AHD. The first article is a great review from the AAFP on CAP. The second article is the 2016 IDSA guidelines for HAP and VAP. It is quite lengthy, but the assignment is to read only the Executive Summary portion (first 7.5 pages). If there is anything you want clarified in the summary, feel free to reference the full article.


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Academic Half Day: Syncope 7/11/19

Academic Half Day: Syncope 7/11/19

In preparation for the upcoming Academic Half Day on 7/11 please read these three articles on Syncope.

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Academic Half Day: Implicit Bias

Academic Half Day: Implicit Bias

Dr. Jindal came by and gave a fantastic AHD on implicit bias. Here are some of the articles and resources she referenced

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Academic Half Day: Irritable Bowel Disease

Academic Half Day: Irritable Bowel Disease

UC! UC! UC! UC! UC! and also Crohn’s

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Academic Half Day: Liver

Academic Half Day: Liver

Join us 5/16 to learn all about the liver!

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Academic Half Day: Perioperative Medicine

Academic Half Day: Perioperative Medicine

“Can you clear this patient for surgery?” - Learn how to respond to that question and more in this week’s Perioperative Medicine AHD

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Academic Half Day: Arthritis

Academic Half Day: Arthritis

Not all sore joints are arthritis, but all arthritis results in sore joints. This week’s AHD is on arthritis.

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Academic Half Day: Pulmonary Hypertension

Academic Half Day: Pulmonary Hypertension

Not all pulmonary hypertension is PAH, but all PAH is pulmonary hypertension. If this doesn’t make sense to you, it soon will. This week’s AHD is a new topic - pulmonary hypertension!

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Academic Half Day: Solid Malignancy

Academic Half Day: Solid Malignancy

It’s not a toomar… but it is. Let’s learn about solid malignancy

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Academic Half Day: Endocrine Emergencies

Academic Half Day: Endocrine Emergencies

What happens when your blood sugar gets way too high? Or you thyroid works too much or too little? Could be an emergency… Let’s learn how to manage

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