When physicians work together, the patients reap the rewards. This podcast joins a dynamic mix of doctors with different specialties and interests, who come together to discuss challenging cases. Working through obstacles, examining different techniques of approach and debating alternative practices; the group ventures down many paths to get the right diagnosis and treatment for their patients. New findings, medical studies and interesting topics are discussed.
In today's episode, Dr. Thomas Hahn and Dr. Ryan Henrie team up to present a case to the group. This case examines the likelihood of your primary diagnosis being both right and wrong.
The members of the St Paul's Morning report sent out the call and Dr. Michael Cammarata answered! Listen in to our first international case to see if you can spot the similarities, differences or even solve the case.
A Brain Teaser
Our humble hosts are presented with an unfortunate case of a marathon runner who suddenly finds himself incapacitated, hospitalized, with a neurological presentation that baffles his medical team... Yikes.
Listen in to see how they muddle through.
Do you believe in coincidence? How about serendipity?
Today the group is joined by Internal Medicine PGY-2 Dr. Alastair Williams who presents a case that brings everyone to a stand still. Is it possible to solve a case if you're unable to connect the dots? Have a listen to see if you can make the diagnosis!
How Sure Are You?
Today's case is presented by Dr. Jordan Friedmann, a PGY3 Internal Medicine Resident. He walks us through a case that involves many different opinions and treatment path options. The group examines how crucial the advise of many disciplines can be and the importance of owning your case as the most responsible physician.
In this episode we examine how valuable words can be and how quickly the picture can change. Do you trust your investigation skills? Can you think outside the box? Today's episode has everyone scratching their heads - tune in now to find out why!
Unique learning opportunity
I love this podcast! As a resident in a small, less structured program, I so appreciate this opportunity to listen in on the inner workings of these experienced clinicians’ minds as they process interesting cases. I bit only learn interesting details about specific diagnoses, but more importantly consistently take away pearls on how to think, which is less often taught but probably far more important. I had the pleasure of working with Dr. Voyer in a rural community once upon a clerkship and I’m often transported back to fond memories of him sharing his wisdom around the lunch table (where good food was always prioritized and could be savored not scarfed when he was staff). I’m so grateful he continues to share and teach in this format so I can keep learning from him and the rest of the team from afar. Thank you!
Excellent content for residents and trainees looking to sharpen their diagnostic abilities
Fantastic and unique medical podcast
The focus on diagnostic reasoning rather then content knowledge is something I haven't found in any other podcasts before. Really useful for internists and other people looking to develop those skills. Excellent clinicians who do a great job of letting us in on their thought process. Highly recommend.