Primary Care RAP
Summary: 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.
HIV Care for the Primary Care Clinician
Storytelling in Medicine
IBD in Primary Care
Practical Diabetes Care: How Do I Order That?
Dr. Mona: The Flint Lead Crisis and Patient Advocacy
Pharmacologic Treatment of Alcohol Use Disorder
When a patient comes into your practice with blood pressures of 180/100 but they feel totally fine, what should you do? How much evaluation should they undergo? Should they be treated in the office? Or should they be referred to the ED? In this segment, Dr. Joseph Martinez chats with our own Mizuho Morrison and Matt DeLaney about the outpatient management of severe asymptomatic hypertension.
Beyond Pixar: Perfectionism, EQ, and the Middle Way
There are four main types of hypertensive disorders in pregnancy, and there are nuances to how each should be managed differently. In this segment, Drs. Megan Jones and Neda Frayha walk us through these four categories, how to tell them apart from one another and how to manage them, including when to consider early delivery.
Dr. Rana Awdish, MD a pulmonary and critical care physician in Detroit, Michigan, wrote an incredibly powerful, bestselling memoir (In Shock) about her own experiences as a critical care patient. In this segment, she sits down with Neda Frayha, MD to talk about healing, the ways the giant medical education industrial complex contributes to provider burnout, and the redemptive power of connection.
Dr. Paul Offit is a world-renowned expert on the safety and efficacy of vaccines. He has authored over 160 articles, co-invented the rotavirus vaccine, and been featured on shows like “60 Minutes,” “The Daily Show,” and “The Colbert Report,” among many others. In this segment, Sol Behar and Neda Frayha pick Dr. Offit’s brain about why our patients may be skeptical about vaccines and how best to communicate with them for the safety and wellbeing of all our patients.
Annual Physical: Friend or Foe
Interstitial Lung Disease Made Simple