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Bonus ShortCOVID and The Social Needs Response Team Artwork

COVID and The Social Needs Response Team

In this Hippo Education bonus, Dr. Lisa Patel from the Peds RAP team sits down with Dr. Jaya Aysola, Assistant Professor of Medicine and Pediatrics and Assistant Dean of Inclusion and Diversity at the Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania. The COVID-19 pandemic has strained community resources and exacerbated health disparities. They discuss crisis intervention theory and how Penn Medicine’s Social Needs Response Team addresses these critical issues. View chapters…

22min / one chapter · Free Episode
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Telemedicine Do’s & Don’ts

In this Hippo Education bonus, Dr. Mizuho Morrison from the Urgent Care RAP team sits down with Dr. Ajsa Nikolic, family medicine physician and medical director for Ochsner Health’s Virtual Care Provider Network. They discuss practical do’s and don’ts for those starting out in telemedicine, as an introduction to Hippo Education’s newest video course, Telemedicine: Common Conditions. Check out the course at hippoed.com/telemed! View chapters…

29min / one chapter · Free Episode
Get Your Game On ArtworkSeptember 2020

Get Your Game On

Welcome to the September 2020 edition of Urgent Care RAP! This month, we do a thorough search for lice info, dive deep into the opiate discussion, try not to limp through an ankle pain segment, and much more. Let's get to it! View chapters…

3hr 21min / 15 chapters · 3.5 CME Hours / 0.25 Free
Bonus ShortKids, Schools, and COVID Artwork

Kids, Schools, and COVID

In this Hippo Education bonus, Dr. Lisa Patel from our Peds RAP team sits down with Dr. Ryan Padrez, Medical Director at The Primary School, Assistant Clinical Professor in Pediatrics at Stanford University and Executive Committee member on the Council of School Health at the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP). They discuss the most recent AAP guidance published on COVID-19 planning considerations for school re-entry and suggested protocols on suspected COVID-19 and contacts. View chapters…

27min / one chapter · Free Episode
Bonus ShortHealth Disparities with Dr. Utibe Essien Artwork

Health Disparities with Dr. Utibe Essien

and Neda Frayha sit down with noted health disparities researcher Dr. Utibe Essien, an Assistant Professor of Medicine at the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine and Core Investigator for the Center for Health Equity Research and Promotion at the VA Pittsburgh Healthcare System. They explore reasons for disparities in the health care outcomes of our patients, disparities in the diversity of our medical profession, and the crucial bridge that connects these two. They close with three concrete steps we all can take to improve our clinical practice and reduce health disparities in our patient communities. View chapters…

24min / one chapter · Free Episode
Bonus ShortPediatric COVID-19: Lit Review Artwork

Pediatric COVID-19: Lit Review

Pediatricians Roy Benaroch and Geoff Simon break down the latest literature on Pediatric COVID-19. View chapters…

16min / one chapter · Free Episode
Warts...Not Just a Toad Problem ArtworkAugust 2020

Warts...Not Just a Toad Problem

Welcome to the August 2020 edition of Urgent Care RAP! This month, we generously apply sunscreen tips, get up close and personal with some warts, dive deep into cough & CHF, and much more. Let's check it out! View chapters…

3hr 36min / 15 chapters · 3.5 CME Hours / 0.25 Free
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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. View chapters…

28min / one chapter · Free Episode
UFBs: Unidentified Foreign Bodies ArtworkJuly 2020

UFBs: Unidentified Foreign Bodies

Welcome to the July 2020 episode of Urgent Care RAP! This month, we open wide to inspect a strep pharyngitis segment, dive deep into foreign body treatment, discuss next steps for an 18 month old with sleepiness, and much more. Let's get going! View chapters…

3hr 18min / 16 chapters · 3.5 CME Hours / 0.25 Free
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Bonus: 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. View chapters…

20min / one chapter · Free Episode
Bonus ShortBonus Short - Laceration Repair in the Time of COVID Artwork

Bonus Short - 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. View chapters…

15min / one chapter · Free Episode
Bonus ShortBonus Short - Facing Death in the Time of COVID-19 with Dr. BJ Miller Artwork

Bonus Short - 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. View chapters…

22min / one chapter · Free Episode
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Bonus Short - 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. View chapters…

17min / one chapter · Free Episode
Hangry ArtworkJune 2020

Hangry

Welcome to the June 2020 edition of Urgent Care RAP! This month, we take some Tox Time to discuss Overdose, touch on Contact Dermatitis, dive deep on Hunger Strikes, and much more. Let's get to it! View chapters…

3hr 14min / 16 chapters · 3.5 CME Hours / 0.25 Free
Bonus Short*UPDATED*Bonus Short - The Saga Continues with Remdesivir and Hydroxychloroquine Artwork

*UPDATED*Bonus Short - 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. View chapters…

9min / one chapter · Free Episode
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Bonus Short - 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. View chapters…

27min / one chapter · Free Episode
Bonus ShortBonus Short - Indirect Impact of COVID-19 on Children Artwork

Bonus Short - 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. View chapters…

17min / one chapter · Free Episode
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Bonus Short - COVID Findings in Kids

Sol Behar interviews New York City pediatric emergency doctor Dr. Ee Tay, highlighting the features of pediatric COVID disease, including an emerging illness that is being compared to Kawasaki Shock Syndrome called “pediatric inflammatory multisystem disease” (PIMS). View chapters…

25min / one chapter · Free Episode
Bonus ShortBonus Short -  COVID-19: IDSA Treatment Guidelines, Remdesivir, and a Look Back Artwork

Bonus Short - COVID-19: IDSA Treatment Guidelines, Remdesivir, and a Look Back

In this Hippo Education update, Primary Care RAP host Dr. Neda Frayha interviews regular guest and Infectious Diseases expert Dr. Devang Patel for a discussion of where the IDSA stands on all the potential treatments for COVID-19, a review of the remdesivir paper that is all the rage lately, and a look back on whether or not their very first conversations on the novel coronavirus have stood the test of time. View chapters…

23min / one chapter · Free Episode
Bonus ShortBonus Short - COVID-19: The Long Game Artwork

Bonus Short - COVID-19: The Long Game

Dr. Matthieu DeClerck talks to Dr. Manie Beheshti on how the healthcare system should approach the “re-opening” of society as we plan the lifting of social restrictions. What safety implementations need to be in place in order to protect our most vulnerable patients. What changes can we anticipate in the healthcare system moving forward. View chapters…

27min / one chapter · Free Episode
I Got The Gout! ArtworkMay 2020

I Got The Gout!

Welcome to the May 2020 Edition of Urgent Care RAP! This month, we listen in to a segment on glue ear, dive deep into pregnancy do's and don'ts, stretch out with a piece on shoulder pain, and much more. Let's check it out! View chapters…

3hr 18min / 15 chapters · 3.5 CME Hours / 0.25 Free
Bonus ShortBonus Short - Clinician Mental Health in the COVID-19 Pandemic Artwork

Bonus Short - Clinician Mental Health in the COVID-19 Pandemic

In this Hippo Education Short, psychiatrist Dr. Melissa Shepard sits down with Primary Care RAP host Dr. Neda Frayha for some real talk on the mental health challenges facing health care workers in the COVID-19 pandemic, and some concrete, tangible tools to help us get through this period. Spoiler alert: it’s more than yoga. View chapters…

23min / one chapter · Free Episode
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Bonus Short - Pandemic Malpractice Issues

Dr. Matthew DeLaney and Dr. Michael Weinstock sit down to discuss the threat of lawsuits in the midst of the COVID pandemic. The last thing anyone wants to think about is the risk of a lawsuit. Unfortunately, despite the extra challenges posed by our current pandemic, the threat of medicolegal consequences remains. In this segment, we evaluate the unique medicolegal risks that can occur during disaster situations and look at potential sources of medicolegal protection. View chapters…

22min / one chapter · Free Episode
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Bonus Short - COVID CXR Study and Findings in Ambulatory Patients

Drs. Mike Weinstock and Josh Russell, from Urgent Care RAP, just published a landmark COVID study: CXRs obtained from confirmed and symptomatic COVID-19 patients presenting to the UC were normal in 58.3% of cases, and normal or only mildly abnormal in 89% of patients. View chapters…

16min / one chapter · Free Episode
Bonus Short“What if I Get Called In”...COVID Airway Management for the Non-Intensivist Artwork

“What if I Get Called In”...COVID Airway Management for the Non-Intensivist

COVID airway management creates a lot of anxiety for those of us non-intensivists. Dr. Mizuho Morrison interviews Dr. Scott Weingart (founder of EMCrit.org and Chief of the Division of Emergency Critical Care at Stony Brook University Hospital, NY) on the basics of COVID airway management. View chapters…

1hr 7min / one chapter · Free Episode
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Bonus Short - COVID-19 Lessons From NYC

Patients with COVID-19 present in a variety of ways, and urgent care clinicians need to have a low index of suspicion for diagnosis. Management involves emergency referral for patients with a low oxygen saturation. Every patient should be treated as if they could have COVID-19. View chapters…

22min / one chapter · Free Episode
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Bonus Short - COVID-19: UC/Primary Care Triage

Covid-19 is a rapidly spreading pandemic that has already had world wide ramifications. As Emergency Rooms and Hospitals quickly get overwhelmed by ill patients the Urgent Care and Primary Care setting play critical roles in appropriately triaging patients that can go home vs those that need to be transferred to the Emergency Department for further evaluation and treatment. The ability to act as levies to the large number of patients during this pandemic will help preserve the ED and Hospital “resources” for those critically ill patients that need it most. View chapters…

16min / one chapter · Free Episode
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Bonus Short - COVID 19: Hot Topics and Lit Review

There are so many active threads, subthreads, and sub-sub-threads of conversation in the medical community surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic. In this Hippo Education Short, Drs. Tom Robertson and Steve Biederman of Primary Care RAP’s Paper Chase take 4 hot topics in COVID-19 and examine the literature behind them. They look into the epidemiology of the outbreak in the U.S. and lessons learned, the sensitivity and specificity of SARS-CoV-2 testing, the rates of co-infection with other respiratory viruses, and convalescent plasma as a potential therapy. View chapters…

23min / one chapter · Free Episode
Hang Over Palpitations ArtworkApril 2020

Hang Over Palpitations

Welcome to the April 2020 Edition of Urgent Care RAP! This month, we think about next steps for a dog bite to the face, listen to some great info on fingertip injuries to keep on hand, listen in to a segment on pediatric URI, and much more. Let's check it out! View chapters…

3hr 31min / 17 chapters · 3.5 CME Hours / 0.25 Free
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Bonus Short - COVID-19: Pregnancy and Newborns

Sol interviews Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia NICU doc Joanna Parga-Belinkie to discuss COVID-19 and some of the peripartum issues that come up during the novel coronavirus pandemic for both pregnant moms and their newborns. View chapters…

15min / one chapter · Free Episode
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COVID-19 Pharmacology

Mizuho sits down with emergency medicine pharmacist/toxicologist Bryan Hayes, PharmD to answer some pertinent questions and myth-bust clarifications about pharmaceutical options in COVID-19 treatment. View chapters…

17min / one chapter · Free Episode
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Bonus Short - Telemedicine in the Time of COVID-19

Has your clinical practice shifted to telemedicine yet? In the era of COVID-19, clinicians everywhere are being thrown into telemedicine, often without any experience or background knowledge. To help us all get up to speed with this patient care technology, Hippo Education’s Dr. Neda Frayha sits down with Dr. Edward Kaftarian, the Vice Chair of Mental Health at the American Telemedicine Association and CEO of Orbit Health Telepsychiatry. Together they explore the benefits and potential pitfalls of telemedicine, the equipment required, billing and coding considerations, appropriate etiquette, and much more. View chapters…

21min / one chapter · Free Episode
Bonus ShortCOVID: What If I Get Called In? Artwork

COVID: What If I Get Called In?

Many healthcare workers are worried if we get called in to help with COVID patients because this may be outside our scope of practice. Aaron Bright, MD sits down with Salim Rezaie, MD to simplify critical frontline lessons to keep you and your patients safe if you get called in. Topics include pearls and pitfalls regarding: PPE, management of stable suspected COVID patients, respiratory interventions, diagnostic and radiology patterns, and provider self-care tips. View chapters…

30min / one chapter · Free Episode
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Bonus Short - Impact of COVID-19 on Healthcare Workers

Our panel of podcast hosts from a variety of practice settings discuss the logistical and psychological impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on healthcare workers and discuss strategies to mitigate the stress associated with the pandemic. View chapters…

19min / one chapter · Free Episode
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Bonus Short - COVID-19 Update

In this Hippo Education Short, Infectious Diseases specialist Dr. Devang Patel and our own Dr. Neda Frayha discuss the latest, clinician-focused updates on the COVID-19 coronavirus outbreak. View chapters…

23min / one chapter · Free Episode
Fight Bites & Cup O' Noodles...Pain, No Gain! ArtworkMarch 2020

Fight Bites & Cup O' Noodles...Pain, No Gain!

Welcome to the March 2020 edition of Urgent Care RAP! This month, we extract some info on Fish Hook Removal, dive deep into Diverticulitis, discuss Medication Alternatives, and much more. Let's hop to it! View chapters…

3hr 7min / 15 chapters · 3.5 CME Hours / 0.25 Free
Clear as Mud...IDSA Guideline Pneumonia updates ArtworkFebruary 2020

Clear as Mud...IDSA Guideline Pneumonia updates

Welcome to the February 2020 Edition of Urgent Care RAP! This month, we try our hand at mending broken hearts, chomp down on some dental problems, inhale Pneumonia info, and much more. Let's get to it! View chapters…

3hr 15min / 16 chapters · 3.5 CME Hours / 0.25 Free
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Bonus Short - Novel Coronavirus

In this Hippo Education Short, Infectious Diseases specialist Dr. Devang Patel sits down with our own Dr. Neda Frayha to discuss what we know so far about the new 2019-n-CoV coronavirus outbreak and what front-line clinicians can do if we suspect a patient of ours might have this viral illness. View chapters…

18min / one chapter · Free Episode
Mainlining Madness ArtworkJanuary 2020

Mainlining Madness

Welcome to the January 2020 Edition of Urgent Care RAP! This month, we crack open some fast track pearls, stretch out with joint pain info, discuss the mysteries of penicillin allergies, and much more. Let's check it out! View chapters…

3hr 30min / 16 chapters · 3.5 CME Hours / 0.25 Free