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Primary Care RAP

Primary Care RAP

Hippo Education LLC.,

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58
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Your work is hard; staying current shouldn’t be. Keep your practice ahead of the curve with entertaining, engaging and concise primary care and family medicine topics from world-class educators.This iTunes segment is just one monthly free segment of the full Primary Care RAP show. Get 3 hours of fresh podcast episodes per month and 42 AMA PRA Category 1 credit(s)™ per year when you sign up for the full podcast at hippoed.com.Don’t forget to download the Primary Care RAP app in the app store for even more streamlined listening.

Latest Episodes

Efficiency & Time Management in Clinic

Got time? A lot of our resident listeners have been asking for tips and tools for time management in the clinic. Dr. Nikki Southall joins Paul Simmons, MD, and Neda Frayha, MD for a conversation about typical time sinks, some great time management tips, and strategies for becoming more efficient at work. Click here to view references and show notes

21 MIN1 w ago
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Efficiency & Time Management in Clinic

Racism and Child Health

Race and health are inextricably linked to each other. Pediatricians Nathan Chomilo and Michael Cosimini break down the AAP Policy Statement on the health effects of racism on children. To view the references for this segment Click Here

28 MIN1 w ago
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Racism and Child Health

Race and Medicine - An Introduction

In recent weeks, many of our medical organizations have released official statements declaring racism to be a public health crisis. In this introduction to Hippo Education’s new Race and Medicine audio series, Dr. Jay-Sheree Allen sits down with Primary Care RAP host Dr. Neda Frayha for a candid conversation exploring the definition and types of racism, the historical and present-day manifestations of racism in medicine, and potential strategies we all can incorporate into our daily practices to go beyond the hashtag and become true allies. To View the references from this segment: Click Here

20 MIN3 w ago
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Race and Medicine - An Introduction

Proceed with Confidence: Vasectomies

Do you automatically refer to a urologist when a patient asks about a vasectomy? Have you ever considered that this procedure can actually be done in the primary care office? Our own Paul Simmons, MD discusses this with Lyrad Riley, MD in the first installment of a new series on procedural tips and tricks called: “Proceed with Confidence.” To view the references and show notes from this segment Click Here

19 MINJUL 6
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Proceed with Confidence: Vasectomies

Laceration Repair in the Time of COVID

Drs. Brian Lin and Mike Weinstock discuss alterations to our usual practice patterns of laceration repair in the setting of the COVID pandemic, which include increasing patient throughput through faster closure techniques, reducing total points of contact with the healthcare system by using techniques to obviate the need for a return visit, and habit changes during closure to minimize exposure risk during face-to-face contact. To view the references and show notes from this podcast Click here

15 MINJUN 17
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Laceration Repair in the Time of COVID

Facing Death in the Time of COVID-19 with Dr. BJ Miller

How are you coping with all of the death around us these days? In this Hippo Education update, Primary Care RAP host Dr. Neda Frayha interviews Dr. BJ Miller, a hospice and palliative care specialist at the University of California, San Francisco whose TED talk on what really matters at the end of life has been viewed over 10 million times. Along with Shoshana Berger, Dr. Miller is the co-author of the book, A Beginner’s Guide to the End: Practical Advice for Living Life and Facing Death and founder of the Center for Dying and Living. In this conversation, he helps us come to terms with our own mortality and provide better support to our patients at the end of life. To view the references and show notes from this podcast Click here

22 MINJUN 17
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Facing Death in the Time of COVID-19 with Dr. BJ Miller

COVID Antibodies and Immunity

Dr. Mizuho Morrison & Dr.Jenny Beck Esmay both having had covid themselves, briefly discuss the clinical course and what presence of IgM vs. IgG signifies. They discuss what we currently know about antibody testing (national availability, reliability, sensitivity) as well as convalescent plasma transfusion (CPT) and criteria for donation vs. recipient. To view the references and show notes from this podcast Click here

17 MINJUN 16
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COVID Antibodies and Immunity

*UPDATED* - The Saga Continues with Remdesivir and Hydroxychloroquine

*Editor's note: As of June 4, 2020, The Lancet article by Mehra MR et al has been retracted. (https://www.thelancet.com/lancet/article/s0140673620313246) In this Hippo Education short, Dr.Salim Rezaie from REBEL EM and Lit Matters critically appraises two papers published on Friday May 22nd, 2020. He discusses what the evidence shows for both remdesivir & hydroxychloroquine/chloroquine as effective treatment or prophylaxis for COVID-19. To view the references and show notes from this podcast Click here

9 MINJUN 16
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*UPDATED* - The Saga Continues with Remdesivir and Hydroxychloroquine

COVID CARDIOLOGY

COVID-19 causes STEMI’s, arrhythmias and myocarditis?!? Emergency medicine and cardiology guru Amal Mattu, MD chats with Mizuho Morrison, DO on the cardiovascular effects of COVID-19. They discuss: the known pathophysiology of how viral infections affect the heart; Review the new consensus statement from the Society of Cardiovascular Angiography and interventions (SCAI), American College of Cardiology (ACC), and the American College of Emergency Physicians (ACEP) on how to manage STEMIs; and lastly discuss how cardiac arrest management differs in this COVID era. To view the references and show notes from this podcast Click here

27 MINJUN 15
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COVID CARDIOLOGY

Indirect Impact of COVID-19 on Children

Children seem to be less affected than adults by the direct effects of COVID-19 infection, but the pandemic has brought forth other health risks to the pediatric population. Sol Behar interviews Oakland, CA based primary care pediatricians Celine Sparrow and Katie D’Harlingue about the indirect impact of COVID-19 on children. Topics covered include home school and academic achievement, mental health issues, and nutrition/food insecurity. To view the references and show notes from this podcast Click here

17 MINJUN 15
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Indirect Impact of COVID-19 on Children

Latest Episodes

Efficiency & Time Management in Clinic

Got time? A lot of our resident listeners have been asking for tips and tools for time management in the clinic. Dr. Nikki Southall joins Paul Simmons, MD, and Neda Frayha, MD for a conversation about typical time sinks, some great time management tips, and strategies for becoming more efficient at work. Click here to view references and show notes

21 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Efficiency & Time Management in Clinic

Racism and Child Health

Race and health are inextricably linked to each other. Pediatricians Nathan Chomilo and Michael Cosimini break down the AAP Policy Statement on the health effects of racism on children. To view the references for this segment Click Here

28 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Racism and Child Health

Race and Medicine - An Introduction

In recent weeks, many of our medical organizations have released official statements declaring racism to be a public health crisis. In this introduction to Hippo Education’s new Race and Medicine audio series, Dr. Jay-Sheree Allen sits down with Primary Care RAP host Dr. Neda Frayha for a candid conversation exploring the definition and types of racism, the historical and present-day manifestations of racism in medicine, and potential strategies we all can incorporate into our daily practices to go beyond the hashtag and become true allies. To View the references from this segment: Click Here

20 MIN3 w ago
Comments
Race and Medicine - An Introduction

Proceed with Confidence: Vasectomies

Do you automatically refer to a urologist when a patient asks about a vasectomy? Have you ever considered that this procedure can actually be done in the primary care office? Our own Paul Simmons, MD discusses this with Lyrad Riley, MD in the first installment of a new series on procedural tips and tricks called: “Proceed with Confidence.” To view the references and show notes from this segment Click Here

19 MINJUL 6
Comments
Proceed with Confidence: Vasectomies

Laceration Repair in the Time of COVID

Drs. Brian Lin and Mike Weinstock discuss alterations to our usual practice patterns of laceration repair in the setting of the COVID pandemic, which include increasing patient throughput through faster closure techniques, reducing total points of contact with the healthcare system by using techniques to obviate the need for a return visit, and habit changes during closure to minimize exposure risk during face-to-face contact. To view the references and show notes from this podcast Click here

15 MINJUN 17
Comments
Laceration Repair in the Time of COVID

Facing Death in the Time of COVID-19 with Dr. BJ Miller

How are you coping with all of the death around us these days? In this Hippo Education update, Primary Care RAP host Dr. Neda Frayha interviews Dr. BJ Miller, a hospice and palliative care specialist at the University of California, San Francisco whose TED talk on what really matters at the end of life has been viewed over 10 million times. Along with Shoshana Berger, Dr. Miller is the co-author of the book, A Beginner’s Guide to the End: Practical Advice for Living Life and Facing Death and founder of the Center for Dying and Living. In this conversation, he helps us come to terms with our own mortality and provide better support to our patients at the end of life. To view the references and show notes from this podcast Click here

22 MINJUN 17
Comments
Facing Death in the Time of COVID-19 with Dr. BJ Miller

COVID Antibodies and Immunity

Dr. Mizuho Morrison & Dr.Jenny Beck Esmay both having had covid themselves, briefly discuss the clinical course and what presence of IgM vs. IgG signifies. They discuss what we currently know about antibody testing (national availability, reliability, sensitivity) as well as convalescent plasma transfusion (CPT) and criteria for donation vs. recipient. To view the references and show notes from this podcast Click here

17 MINJUN 16
Comments
COVID Antibodies and Immunity

*UPDATED* - The Saga Continues with Remdesivir and Hydroxychloroquine

*Editor's note: As of June 4, 2020, The Lancet article by Mehra MR et al has been retracted. (https://www.thelancet.com/lancet/article/s0140673620313246) In this Hippo Education short, Dr.Salim Rezaie from REBEL EM and Lit Matters critically appraises two papers published on Friday May 22nd, 2020. He discusses what the evidence shows for both remdesivir & hydroxychloroquine/chloroquine as effective treatment or prophylaxis for COVID-19. To view the references and show notes from this podcast Click here

9 MINJUN 16
Comments
*UPDATED* - The Saga Continues with Remdesivir and Hydroxychloroquine

COVID CARDIOLOGY

COVID-19 causes STEMI’s, arrhythmias and myocarditis?!? Emergency medicine and cardiology guru Amal Mattu, MD chats with Mizuho Morrison, DO on the cardiovascular effects of COVID-19. They discuss: the known pathophysiology of how viral infections affect the heart; Review the new consensus statement from the Society of Cardiovascular Angiography and interventions (SCAI), American College of Cardiology (ACC), and the American College of Emergency Physicians (ACEP) on how to manage STEMIs; and lastly discuss how cardiac arrest management differs in this COVID era. To view the references and show notes from this podcast Click here

27 MINJUN 15
Comments
COVID CARDIOLOGY

Indirect Impact of COVID-19 on Children

Children seem to be less affected than adults by the direct effects of COVID-19 infection, but the pandemic has brought forth other health risks to the pediatric population. Sol Behar interviews Oakland, CA based primary care pediatricians Celine Sparrow and Katie D’Harlingue about the indirect impact of COVID-19 on children. Topics covered include home school and academic achievement, mental health issues, and nutrition/food insecurity. To view the references and show notes from this podcast Click here

17 MINJUN 15
Comments
Indirect Impact of COVID-19 on Children
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