PT Inquest is an online journal club. Hosted by Erik Meira and JW Matheson, the show looks at an article every week and discusses how they apply to current physical therapy practice.
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The Anamnesis podcast is about exploring transformative moments in medicine – the ones that we hold for our lives in remembrance -- that change who we are as clinicians. So it is only appropriate, here on our first episode of Anamnesis, that we open with our Theme of “First Time”. The path to becoming a clinician is filled with firsts – there is no more obvious time for that than July, when medical students become interns, interns become residents, and residents become attendings. But when we say First Time, we’re not only talking about the obvious milestones – First Patient, First Procedure, First Death. Medicine is a journey of life long learning. Your “Firsts” don’t end with your formal training…they continue on no matter what phase of your career you are in. So, for our “First Time” here at Anamnesis, we lead in with a series of firsts from three brave physicians who have shared their stories with us today: Chapter One, A Ziploc Bag of Brains: Judy arrives at her first death scene only to find the dead body has disappeared. Story told by Judy Melinek, MD, a forensic pathologist. Chapter Two, Gut Punch: Edwin wrestles with the rollercoaster of his first time embroiled in a malpractice suit. Story told by Edwin Leap, MD, an emergency medicine physician. Chapter Three, All Eyes: Ajay steps up to the podium, performs a live case for the first time at a medical conference. Story told by Ajay Kirtane, MD], an interventional cardiologist. Episode produced by Nicole Lou] Hosted by Amy Ho, MD Sound engineering by Greg Laub Music by Jason Asistores, MD aka flatfives. Theme music by Palomar