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Unexpected Killers in Primary Care

How are your anxiety levels? Because we’re about to ratchet them up to an 11. In this segment, EM/IM physician Dr. Joe Martinez teaches Paul about 4 patients with deadly diagnoses who presented with seemingly benign findings. Let’s heighten our awareness of do-not-miss pathology that can masquerade as run-of-the-mill disease processes.

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COVID-19 and Intimate Partner Violence

In this Hippo Education bonus, Dr. Lisa Patel and Dr. Maya Ragavan discuss intimate partner violence (IPV) in the context of COVID-19. While data has focused on prevalence, they dive into how the pandemic has changed survivors’ experiences, access to resources, approach to safety planning, privacy concerns, and survivor resilience. They also discuss alternative means of counseling families for IPV in the setting of increased telehealth, where survivors may not be in a private place to disclose an abusive relationship.

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Race and Medical Education

In this installment of Hippo Education’s Race and Medicine series, Jay and Neda dive into some of the unique challenges facing Black medical students and residents. They also discuss solutions in both undergraduate and medical education with two experts in the field: Dr. Millard Collins, Chair of the Department of Family & Community Medicine at Meharry Medical College and Dr. Renee Crichlow, former Director of Advocacy and Policy in the Department of Family Medicine and Community Health at the University of Minnesota School of Medicine. She is currently the Chief Medical Officer of Codman Square Community Health Center and incoming Vice Chair of Health Equity at Boston University Department of Family Medicine.

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Keeping Up with the Literature with Dr. Alan Ehrlich

On average, 5,000 new medical articles are published every day. In this segment, Dr. Alan Ehrlich, Executive Editor of DynaMed, and Paul Simmons discuss some practical tips in staying current with the literature and applying it to our everyday practice.

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