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The Clinical Problem Solvers is a multi-modal venture that works to disseminate and democratize the stories and science of diagnostic reasoning
Twitter: @CPSolvers
Website: clinicalproblemsolving.com
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Summary In this special episode of the Antiracism in Medicine Series, originally recorded for the 2021 Society of General Internal Medicine Annual Meeting, the CPSolvers Antiracism team discusses what must be done to make medical education more antiracist. The conversation spans stages of academic medical career progression, ranging from recruitment to training to retention. The… Read More »Episode 181: Antiracism in Medicine Series – Episode 9 – Moving Towards Antiracism in Medical Education
Rabih moderates as an interactive, international virtual morning report community discusses a case of fever Fever Overview Schema Inflammation Thought Train Schema Dr. Hernán Carrillo Hernán Carrillo is Head of the Internal Medicine Department at Las Higueras Hospital in Talcahuano, Chile. He’s also an Assistant Professor at Concepción’s University. He is passionate about his work… Read More »Episode 180: Clinical Unknown – Global VMR
Description: We continue our campaign to #EndNeurophobia led by Aaron Berkowitz! This time, Doug presents a case of headache and blurry vision to Hannah and Dhruv. Neurology DDx Schema Want to test your learning? Take our Episode Quiz  Dhruv Srinivasachar Dhruv Srinivasachar is a soon-to-be 1st year Medicine-Pediatrics resident at Western Michigan University and a graduate of Virginia Commonwealth University School… Read More »Episode 179: Neurology VMR – Headache and blurry vision
Sharmin, Rabih, Reza, and Arsalan tackle a schema for pulmonary disease with eosinophilia Patreon website Download CPSolvers App here Schema Episode Quiz Give us feedback here
Dr. Katrina Armstrong and Dr. Vineet Arora join the #bosslady Wdx team to discuss navigating negotiations as women in medicine Dr. Katrina Armstrong Dr. Katrina Armstrong is the Jackson Professor of Clinical Medicine at Harvard Medical School, Chair of the Department of Medicine and Physician-in-Chief of Massachusetts General Hospital. She is an internationally recognized investigator in… Read More »Episode 177: Wdx #10 – Negotiations
“There’s nothing new under the sun, but there are new suns” – Octavia E. Butler Summary: We invite social justice champion and acclaimed scholar of race, gender, and the law, Dorothy E. Roberts, JD, to discuss the history of race-based medicine and the movement for health equity and justice. Episode Learning Objectives After listening to… Read More »Episode 176: Antiracism in Medicine Series – Episode 8 – Towards Justice and Race Conscious Medicine
Thank you for your continued support and please give us feedback here! Dan, Doug, and Lindsey are joined by expert neurologist Dr. Aaron Berkowitz to help break down a consult question about back pain and double vision  Schema Download CPSolvers App here Patreon website Episode Quiz
Thank you for your continued support and please give us feedback here! We continue our campaign to #EndNeurophobia, as Gabriela, Sherry, and Kaitlyn discuss a case with Dr. Aaron Berkowitz Download CPSolvers App here Patreon website Schema Episode Quiz Kaitlyn Thomas Kaitlyn Thomas is a 3rd year medical student at Lake Erie College of Osteopathic… Read More »Episode 174: Neurology VMR: Right sided hemiparesis
Reza and Rabih work through a case of dyspnea and finger swelling, presented to them by Dr. Usha George. Download CPSolvers App here Patreon website Schema  Episode Quiz Dr. Usha George Dr. Usha George, MBBS (MAHE India), MSc (Respiratory Medicine) Imperial College University of London, FRCP London, is at present attached to Sunway Medical Centre,… Read More »Episode 173: Clinical unknown with Reza and Rabih at VMR: Dyspnea and finger swelling
During this WDx VMR series episode, Kiara presents a case of chest pain to Priyanka, Ana Clara, Elena, and Anna.  Download CPSolvers App here Patreon website Schema  Episode Quiz Ana Clara Ana Clara Miranda is a 4th-year medical student from Brazil. She grew up in Belo Horizonte and moved to Rio de Janeiro in 2017 to… Read More »Episode 172: WDx #9 – VMR: Chest pain
Raha and Shub join #PrezSharmin to tackle a clinical unknown presented by Carlos Download CPSolvers App here Patreon website Want to test your learning? Take our Episode Quiz  Dr. Agrawal Shub Agrawal is a PGY-2 at Emory’s J. Willis Hurst Internal Medicine Residency. She grew up in Athens, GA and attended New York University for… Read More »Episode 171: Human Dx Unknown with Sharmin – Face and leg weakness
Eamonn and Ashley join Jack in tackling a clinical unknown presented by Travis Take our episode quiz here Eamonn Maher Eamonn hails from Charleston, West Virginia. He attended Marshall University for medical school and is currently in his final year of Dermatology residency at SLU. He will complete a Complex Medical Dermatology fellowship at NYU… Read More »Episode 170: Human Dx Unknown with Jack – generalized itching
Summary In this episode of Clinical Problem Solvers: Anti-Racism in Medicine, we are joined by Michelle Morse, MD, MPH, Deputy Commissioner for the Center for Health Equity and Community Wellness (CHECW) and the inaugural Chief Medical Officer at the NYC Department of Health and Mental Hygiene (NYCDOHMH), and Paul Farmer, MD, PhD, Kolokotrones University Professor… Read More »Episode 169: Antiracism in Medicine Series – Episode 7 – Antiracism, Global Health Equity, and the COVID-19 Response
Rabih and Reza tackle a clinical unknown, presented at VMR by Dr. Usha George. Episode Quiz Download CPSolvers App here Patreon website RLR website   VMR sign up   Dr. Usha George Dr. Usha George (MBBS (MAHE India), MSc (Respiratory Medicine) Imperial College University of London, FRCP London) is at present attached to Sunway Medical Centre, Malaysia. It… Read More »Episode 168: Clinical unknown with Reza and Rabih at VMR
We continue our campaign to #EndNeurophobia by tackling this neurology clinical unknown, with the guidance of Aaron Berkowitz. Episode Quiz Download CPSolvers App here Patreon website Maria Jimena Aleman Maria Jimena Aleman was born and raised in Guatemala where she currently is a medical student in Universidad Francisco Marroquin. After suffering from long standing neurophobia,… Read More »Episode 167: Unilateral sensory changes
The CPSolvers team breaks down a *bite-sized​* case of dysphagia. Schema Download CPSolvers App here Patreon website Episode Quiz
Sarah Onorato presents a case to Dr. Ann Marie Kumfer & Dr. Debra Bynum Want to test your learning? Take our episode quiz here Dr Ann Marie Kumfer is a new residency graduate and academic hospitalist at UNC. After completing medical school at Texas Tech University, she moved up to North Carolina for residency. She liked… Read More »Episode 165: WDx #8 – Clinical unknown with Dr. Ann Marie Kumfer & Dr. Debra Bynum
Jack presents a case of abdominal pain and hypotension to Steph and Dan Download CPSolvers App here Patreon website Schema 1 Schema 2 Episode Quiz
Lindsey, Kiara (#bossladies), and Scott discuss a clinical unknown presented by Devika Download CPSolvers App here Patreon website Want to test your learning? Take our episode quiz Scott Walker Scott Walker grew up in Knoxville, Tennessee (Go Vols) where he completed his Bachelors in Kinesiology and Nutrition. He currently attends The University of Central Florida College of… Read More »Episode 163: Human Dx Unknown with Lindsey – breast mass and joint pain
In Episode 6 of the Antiracism in Medicine series, “Racism, Trustworthiness, and the #COVID19 vaccine,” we are joined by two forces in the field of health equity and academic medicine, Dr. Giselle Corbie-Smith and Dr. Kimberly Manning, to discuss why the pandemic is the moment to ensure trust in medicine. Learning Objectives After listening to… Read More »Episode 162: Antiracism in Medicine Series – Episode 6 – Racism, Trustworthiness, and the COVID-19 Vaccine
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NP

Great work

Apr 20th
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Shekoofe Shafiei

Rabih speaks soooo fast, its unreal!!

Nov 2nd
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Shekoofe Shafiei

As a medical student, this episode was a lot more interesting for me. Thank you for this!

Oct 1st
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Stephan Reinhard

Really love the show. Keep up the good work!

Dec 28th
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Stephan Reinhard

Really love your show! Keep up the good work. Greetings from Germany!

Dec 28th
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