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Welcome to Rotations. Rotations is the weekly (with our best efforts sometimes thwarted) podcast of all things medical and science and is part of the Media in Medicine family of medical storytelling. Visit us at mediainmedicine.com/rotations for more information!
 
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Bryant Giles DO is a senior Ophthalmology Resident and he never intended to be an ophthalmologist. In this series we are going to discuss how plans change and how life leads us to opportunities that we would never have considered without the serendipity of life.Bryant focuses on his specialty but along the way we discuss life and different universi…
 
In order to properly frame the series coming up with Bryant Giles DO, I felt that it was appropriate to start with a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year wish for all of you.I also got a lot of questions from various people about when they can get vaccinated for SARS CoV2. So I thought it reasonable to clarify where we are right now. It's an episode …
 
Dawn Graham PhD is back for the last episode of this series on Psychology and its role in caring for patients.We talk about how students are primed to live in the future and as a result we are not teaching our students to be in “the present”. That has direct implications for our patients and the quality of care that we give them. We discuss the how…
 
I promised that I would catch up and so...Dawn Graham PhD has joined us again for the second episode of her terrific interview about the world of psychology. I don’t have a lot of references for this episode so how about just one?Patient Compliance. Just start with this and google for more https://www.aamc.org/news-insights/why-don-t-patients-follo…
 
Some catch up thoughts about social media and the RONA…CSPAN Social Media Platform Testimony before congress https://www.c-span.org/video/?478048-1/facebook-twitter-ceos-testify-regulating-social-media-content&live=The Social Dilemma https://www.thesocialdilemma.com/Mark Zuckerberg’s Security Costs https://www.businessinsider.com/facebook-spends-23…
 
Dawn Graham PhD is a wonderful person. She is one of the most hopeful colleagues that I know and so I enjoy working with her. I am also primed by a background in abnormal psychology so I tend to like psychologists. But in this series we are going to tackle the issues of burnout, resiliency, fear.I think you will enjoy the episodes as much as I enjo…
 
Well, because the nation has lost its mind, I think it is worthwhile to spend a little time getting you prepared for the discussion with Dawn Graham, PhD. I am concerned about how a contingent of this nation is scaring the grandmas. I am concerned about medical students who are already stressed out wondering if they live in a good nation…that has a…
 
What about really sick kids? Since we are in the age of the COVID we need to understand that children can have some very serious , albeit thankfully very rare, complications with a SARS CoV2 infection. But that said the American Academy of Pediatrics is strongly behind reopening schools because of all of the other positive impacts on children that …
 
This episode, number 2 in the queue, is focused for the sake of student’s success on a pediatrics rotation. We also spend some time on pediatric diseases. Blueprints for pediatrics https://www.amazon.com/Blueprints-Pediatrics-Bradley-Marino-MSCE/dp/1451116047First Aid for pediatrics https://www.amazon.com/First-Aid-Pediatrics-Clerkship-Fourth-ebook…
 
So here he is, after years of trying to find a pediatrician to opine about the specialty, Neil Copeland, MD; pediatrician. Neil is the first purposeful pediatrician on Rotations. If I sound gleeful it’s because I am. Pediatricians are notoriously hard to get to commit to interviews…John does a really good job of sorting out the process of getting t…
 
So, we are between series and I anticipate giving you some Neil Copeland MD next week but in the meantime I thought it would be a good time to do a COVID-19 update. So we are going to talk about Flu Shots, Convalescent Plasma, Vitamin D, SARS CoV 2 Vaccine and then a little on suicide and Who Moved my Cheese? As always I am including links in these…
 
This is the last of the episodes on Trauma Informed Care. Right up front, forgive the audio levels, that is on me, neither Lori or Jennifer like microphones and so it’s gonna be low levels. Had I been thinking I would have dropped my audio but hey, I am a family physician and not a genius audio engineer like one of my friends at OU who recently got…
 
Lori Brown LISW-S, LICDC and Jennifer Schwirian LISW-S are back. This week on Rotations we continue ou r discussion about Trauma Informed Care. ACES is used as a predictive tool for future health issues. It is not a tool to identify mental or behavioral health problems and it was not designed to identify people who are somehow damaged. It is a tool…
 
Lori Brown LISW-S, LICDC and Jennifer Schwirian LISW-S are social workers. They are Licensed Clinical Social workers and they work with a population of patients who have significant mental illness. As part of their work they have developed a deep understanding of trauma. Not the crash your car into a bridge piling trauma, but trauma emotional traum…
 
I decided to give you a little teaser before I launch into trauma this week. When we speak of trauma for the next 3 weeks on Rotations we are not going to be thinking of the 70 MPH into a bridge abutment with a Lifeflight from the scene to the Level 1 facility for emergency care kind of trauma. We are going to discuss something else.Trauma in the c…
 
Wow, I took a hiatus…well not really. In this 3rd and final segment with Melissa Thomas, PhD we start with mindfulness. That’s apropos because the Amish deal with time in a different fashion than do the “English”.BTW, I am “mindfully” giving you an extra-long episode…Dr. Thomas also clearly lets us know that she can “unplug” with the Amish. She lea…
 
So…forgive this upload but frankly after 3 weeks of nothing you deserve an explanation...so here it is. Blame the COVID...That said, I have the content and I will finish Melissa Thomas' series in the next week but this COVID thing has really put the demands on time and that is across all of my jobs.Then I went to see my family out west.So here is m…
 
The continuation of our interview with Melissa Thomas PhD and her experiences with the Amish people of Ohio and studying their health care. Melissa has 20+ years of working with the Amish of Ohio and she has gathered so many experiences that she has also published an extremely unique boom of photographs that the Amish gave her permission to create …
 
Sorry, but I do like reggae. Soooo, I gave you an ample dose of it. Frankly with all of the current kerfluffle I think a good chunk of one drop rhythm will make almost anyone happy…and cousin, we need some happy right now. So, there you are.In this series we find out that would-be meteorologists can fall into things like health care disparity resea…
 
The last episode of our series with John Bishara DO. In this discussion we try and cover the most current developments in COVID and address some of the social media challenges in a public health crisis. It will probably run a little long but hey, you get what you pay for and in the case of Rotations you get a lot more than you pay for sometimes.And…
 
In this episode we continue with the discussion of moral injury. I can boil it down to a single concept:If you are thinking that you are unsure of whether or not you can continue to remain moral and ethical in your current practice, you have moral injury.The ideas in this episode are tough. How do we educate medical students to be aware of this con…
 
The second of 3 episodes with John Bishara DO, Pediatric Pulmonologist. We get into the meat of COVID-19. Wonder why we are getting so concerned over this when we were not as concerned about SARS and MERS? We talk about it. Want to know how COVID-19 kills and maims people? We talk about it. Want to know the truth about this disease, specifically it…
 
This series is a little different. Obviously, a pulmonologist has something to say about COVID-19 these days. So, John and I decided to break it up. Episode 1 will deal with becoming a pulmonologist and what that is like. Episode 2 is all about COVID-19 and what it does what it does. Basically, what do we know about this disease as of 8 June 2020. …
 
This series is a little different. Obviously, a pulmonologist has something to say about COVID-19 these days. So, John and I decided to break it up. Episode 1 will deal with becoming a pulmonologist and what that is like. Episode 2 is all about COVID-19 and what it does what it does. Basically, what do we know about this disease as of 8 June 2020. …
 
Sooooo...we are just gonna dive in. Some of you may remember our discussion with Pamela Wible MD about physician suicide. It was compelling. Well suicides don’t happen in a vacuum and so speaking about things that might drive a physician to despair is a pretty important. So we are gonna discuss moral injury. You can google that and get a definition…
 
I am about to release a very compelling series of episodes on Moral Injury in Health Care workers. I was prompted to do this because of the work of Pamela Wibel MD and other sources that we have spoken with over the years about physician suicide.My work with public health response during COVID-19 has made me all the more sensitive to this issue. Th…
 
We continue with the interview (actually 2) the long-lost interview, with Dr. Todd Jamrose, Psychiatrist extraordinaire, D & D Player and BlueJackets Hockey Fan. We hit on clinical operations and the spider sense of physicians caring for patients. If they look sick they are sick. If they don’t look sick but your gut is saying that they are; they ar…
 
So this is the long lost Dr. Jamrose series. Basically we recorded this well over a year ago and Todd Jamrose was terrific about spending time speaking with us about why psychiatry matters. We examine all sorts of things in this series about psychopharmacology, clinical psychiatry, acute in-patient psychiatry, VA Health Care and all manner of other…
 
The final part of our great visit with Dr. David Morton. In this episode we discuss the nature of editing and working with social media for education. We talk about Google and YouTube as vehicles for information exchange. Then the wonk factor about education talk. Does the future of medical education come down to just 5 or 6 really excellent conten…
 
Part 2 of the series where we were able to dialogue with David Morton, PhD of the University of Utah. David has a little online presence thing called The Noted Anatomist. Basically, 115,000 people, we can surmise that most of them are medical students, have decided that David’s approach to teaching anatomy is worthy of their time. So, knowing this …
 
In this series we dialogue with David Morton, PhD of the University of Utah. David has a little online presence thing called The Noted Anatomist. Basically, 115,000 people, we can surmise that most of them are medical students, have decided that David’s approach to teaching anatomy is worthy of their time. So knowing this I figured that it was time…
 
Our second episode with Nisarg Bakshi (now DO) OMS IV and cofounder of Rotations. We pick up where we left last week with Nisarg as he talks about moving on to begin his career as a pediatrician at Cook County Hospital in Chicago. What’s involved in a big move to a big city with an entirely different set of medical issues than most small parts of A…
 
We found Nisarg. He was hunkered down weathering COVID-19 and we had a really nice chat about 4th year, matching and the trial of figuring out what he’s going to do for the rest of his life. Along the way we discussed his puzzling (not really) decision to go to Chicago.It’s 2 sequential episodes that are very good for the current times and for any …
 
So for the 5th installment of COVID-19 are going to discuss supply chains and novel engineering and fired physicians and a really cool dude in Korea who gives us the play by play on why the South Korean numbers look so different from others.We also talk about the reality of China and its optics issuesBy the way, as soon as the hardware shows up, Ni…
 
So I have been very busy. First of all OUHCOM has been sterilized. I mean tape sealing the doors and the word STERILIZED on them. No monkey business. And then I have been running around like a 1 armed paper hanger trying to cover the military public health response and to add to all of that, I still am seeing patients in the clinic.But today, after…
 
Somewhat rapid edit. I have to get back to clinic to help out but I am trying to keep this up as a reasonable update. A lot of thoughts. References below and seriously major apologies to the BBC.It’s not 15 Minutes it’s 13 Minutes.Seriously listen to it. I am working In the meantime, WASH YOUR HANDS!Update OU Shut downhttps://www.ohio.edu/news/2020…
 
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