150 episodes

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

The Clinical Problem Solvers The Clinical Problem Solvers

    • Education
    • 5.0 • 24 Ratings

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

    Episode 219: Clinical Unknown with Dr. Tapper, Dr. Mundell, & Travis

    Episode 219: Clinical Unknown with Dr. Tapper, Dr. Mundell, & Travis

    In this episode, Dr. Elliot Tapper discusses a clinical unknown case presented by Dr. Jennifer Mundell Jennifer Mundell  Jennifer Mundell, MD FACP is the associate program director for Ascension St Vincent Internal Medicine Residency Program. She graduated from University of Louisville School of Medicine and completed IM residency at Ascension St. Vincent in 2016. The residents… Read More »Episode 219: Clinical Unknown with Dr. Tapper, Dr. Mundell, & Travis

    • 29 min
    Episode 218: WDx #15 – Iron Lady, GI Edition

    Episode 218: WDx #15 – Iron Lady, GI Edition

    Emma presents a case to Dr. Yao Heng, followed by a discussion about her experience as a woman in Internal Medicine procedural subspecialty. Dr. Yao Heng Dr. Yao Heng was born in Bangkok, Thailand. She immigrated to the US in her 20’s. After graduating from the University of California, Berkeley with a Bachelor of Arts… Read More »Episode 218: WDx #15 – Iron Lady, GI Edition

    • 31 min
    Episode 217: RLR 71 – 4 Cases, Rapid Fire, OMG

    Episode 217: RLR 71 – 4 Cases, Rapid Fire, OMG

    RLR are back on the podcast with 4 fascinating cases. Over the winter, they’ve been releasing a lot of cool content on Patreon. Check it out for much more RLR content. https://www.patreon.com/cpsolvers

    • 45 min
    Episode 216: The Consult Question #5 – Vision Loss

    Episode 216: The Consult Question #5 – Vision Loss

    Doug presents an unknown case of vision loss to Dr. Cherayil, Lindsey and Dan.    Dr. Neena Cherayil. Dr. Cherayil is an Assistant Professor of Neurology in the Departments of Neurology and Ophthalmology at Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine in Chicago, Illinois. She completed her neurology residency followed by a neuro-ophthalmology fellowship at the… Read More »Episode 216: The Consult Question #5 – Vision Loss

    • 44 min
    Episode 215: Vaccine Hesitancy – with Dr. Davis and Dr. Villela

    Episode 215: Vaccine Hesitancy – with Dr. Davis and Dr. Villela

      CPSolvers team members Rafael Medina and Simone Vais take a moment to reflect on what is going on in the world of medicine focusing on vaccine uptake with two incredible experts on the matter about what their experiences have been.   Dr. Matifadza Hlatshwayo Davis. Dr. Davis is the Director of Health for the… Read More »Episode 215: Vaccine Hesitancy – with Dr. Davis and Dr. Villela

    • 46 min
    Episode 214: Schema Episode – Angioedema with Sharmin, Lindsey, Dan, and Jack

    Episode 214: Schema Episode – Angioedema with Sharmin, Lindsey, Dan, and Jack

    Sharmin presents a case of angioedema to Jack, Dan and Lindsey. Download CPSolvers App here Patreon website

    • 26 min

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
24 Ratings

24 Ratings

SuhairB21 ,

Best IM podcast!

Love CPS! Such a fun and supportive way to learn!

Xusneb ,

Amazing podcast for clinical reasoning

I work as a hospitalist and this podcast has been great in further developing my clinical reasoning. The guests are all extremely knowledgeable and provide insightful pearls as they go through their thought process with each case. The environment is relaxed and non-judgmental - the focus is clearly on problem solving together. Their human dx app is also an excellent complement to the show. Keep up the good work!

Robert Douglas John Fraser ,

Fantastic show

As a RN taking NP courses I greatly appreciate this podcast. I work with youth in a primary care, mental health and addictions settings so the topics are not the most related to my work, however, I am learning a lot about developing schema's and a diagnostic thinking strategy. This is helping me reflect on my current practice, and improve how I learn about new topics. It is also changing how I approach my assessment and question own assumptions during clinical work ups.

Thank you so much for the time and effort you put into this show. I know it will help a lot of clinicians and ultimately improve a lot of patient care.

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