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Trauma Informed Care: Part 1

Many of our patients have lived through trauma, and the Covid-19 pandemic is a form of collective trauma in itself. How can we, as primary care clinicians, provide sensitive, trauma-informed care to our patients? Neda sits down with national experts Drs. Sadie Ellisseou and Megan Gerber to discuss this important topic. 

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COVID-19 and School Reopening Update

In this Hippo Education bonus, Lisa Patel, MD, sits down with Jeanne Noble, MD, Associate Professor of Emergency Medicine and Director of COVID Response at UCSF Parnassus, to discuss the clinical data and updated CDC guidelines regarding school reopening during COVID, from in-school transmission rates, vaccines, and mental health issues. Lisa also interviews Itoco Garcia, Ed.D, Superintendent of Sausalito Marin City School District, on how his schools safely reopened during the pandemic.

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Race Based Medicine

Have you ever wondered why there’s a Black and Non Black eGFR for our patients or why is race even a factor in pulmonary function tests? Dr. Jay-Sheree Allen and Dr. Neda Frayha discuss the use of race in clinical decision making tools. Think calculators, algorithms, where you insert your patient’s demographic data - including race - and the outcome disparities depending on what data you put in.

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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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