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Learn along side the Vanderbilt Internal Medicine Residents: Knowledge and best practice in this field are constantly changing. As new research and experience broaden our understanding, changes in research methods or professional practices may become necessary. Practitioners and researchers must always rely on their own experience and knowledge in evaluating their patients when using any information or methods described herein. In using such information or methods, they should be mindful of ...
 
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Episode Notes DISCLAIMER: This podcast is made by and for our internal medicine residents to enhance our educational experience. The content, while edited by residents, is not verified by host or speakers and we are not content experts on these topics. The content provided by this podcast is not intended and should not construe as medical advice an…
 
Episode Notes Trevor Stevens, PGY-2, teaches us about the groundbreaking RECOVERY and REACT trials for dexamethasone in COVID-19 infection. DISCLAIMER: This podcast is made by and for our internal medicine residents to enhance our educational experience. The content, while edited by residents, is not verified by host or speakers and we are not cont…
 
The promise of the feast--the idea of a marriage where joy is poured out, uncorked and rich--is that it leads us to believe that justice is a way of life and a flowing river--a driving force to share all that we have. Sermon begins at 9:40.The Rev. Becca Stevens による
 
Whether your feet are in a living room, at this chapel, on the beach, or isolated in some lonely place, your feet are on Holy ground. That was the message to Moses, and I believe is still true today: the Holy One is in our midst, as near as our very feet. Sermon begins at 12:46.The Rev. Dr. Scott Owings による
 
Chief at Vanderbilt, Blake Funke, teaches us about PJP in non-HIV patients, the novel "downhill" esophageal varices and the in's and out's of parapneumonic pleural effusions! DISCLAIMER: This podcast is made by and for our internal medicine residents to enhance our educational experience. The content, while edited by residents, is not verified by h…
 
Meet Chief (and Space Jam Fan) Lee Richardson who discusses hypercalcemia in sarcoidosis, a rare malignancy related to 1940s medicine, and the importance of problem representation! DISCLAIMER: This podcast is made by and for our internal medicine residents to enhance our educational experience. The content, while edited by residents, is not verifie…
 
DISCLAIMER: This podcast is made by and for our internal medicine residents to enhance our educational experience. The content, while edited by residents, is not verified by host or speakers and we are not content experts on these topics. The content provided by this podcast is not intended and should not construe as medical advice and should not b…
 
Jesus sees on the ground the effect of oppression and occupation—and he begins with dirt—and preaches about it over the next three gospel lessons. The best way for us to uncover what is in us, is to stand in the dirt. All our systemic racism has been in the dirt, and it takes a community to uncover these weeds, and tend this soil. Cultivate the ric…
 
The yolk of trying to be perfect for God will lead you to tiredness and frustration. God does not love you only if you do right. That is devastating and burdensome. Jesus says, come to me. Not to a new law, a new teaching, a loophole, a liturgy—but go to him—himself. If you seek God's love, if you want to be who you are created to be, then go to Je…
 
Whenever we give to the justice fund, or write a letter to a prisoner or buy extra groceries for someone out of work, or saying Hello to a senior citizen--yes, even buying a cup of lemonade from a child, or smiling with our eyebrows with a mask on, is an act of mercy, welcoming Christ himself. Sermon begins at 7:50.…
 
Remembering those brown and black bodies killed at the hands of hate, brutality, and racism. For too long, too few of us have had the courage to speak out against systemic racism—but the gospel—it tells us the work is plentiful but the laborers are few. So, what are we to do who belong to the church? As a church we have to make room to listen to th…
 
There is a lot to grieve in this world, but the Holy Spirit is not one of those things. This Mass was written by Marcus Hummon in honor of all the musicians who share with us their beautiful gifts each and every week.The Rev. Becca Stevens による
 
May is a beautiful word, a wish, an invitation, the first word of a prayer. As John O’Donohue once said, “May imagines and wills the fulfillment of desire; it is the spring through which the Holy Spirit is invoked to surge into presence and effect.” Sermon begins at 10:35.The Rev. Dr. Scott Owings による
 
The gospel of John teaches that we are called to listen to the voice of the shepherd—and not any other voice that will pull us in a way we do not want to go. We get to distill the voice of Love and center ourselves, so we know it when it calls to us. Sermon begins at 8:51.The Rev. Becca Stevens による
 
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