- Mailbag Extravaganza, Continued!16:16Practical Diabetes Care: How Do I Order That?Free Chapter25:36Paper Chase #1 - Bacterial Contamination on Stethoscopes5:52Polycythemia Vera - Part 121:01Croup15:25Paper Chase #2 - Oral Anticoagulants and PPIs and Upper GI Bleed6:23Polycythemia Vera - Part 210:34OB Potpourri19:07Paper Chase #3 - Vitamin D & Prevention of CA & CV Disease3:49Probiotics10:33Incidental Lung Nodules12:06Paper Chase #4 - Outcomes After Hospitalization with Anemia4:46Wandering in Dementia11:07Clinical Reasoning19:20Paper Chase #5 - CV Outcomes in Previous MI and Mild DM Following Pioglitazone4:28The Summary6:08
We all make clinical decisions all the time, hundreds of times per day. But how do we make these decisions? What reasoning skills are we using that we may not even be aware of? And how can we get better at this? Dr. Sandra Oza, Assistant Professor of Medicine at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine and director of their Introduction to Clinical Medicine course, walks us through systems of thinking and decision making so we can be our best clinical selves.