54 episodes

The Clinical Problem Solvers in an Internal Medicine Podcast created to share expert opinion in the area of diagnostic reasoning, to develop frameworks for approaching clinical problems, and to build a network around improving diagnosis through a case-based, iterative process.
Twitter: @CPSolvers

Website: clinicalproblemsolving.com

Team:
Rabih Geha - clinician-educator, UCSF
Reza Manesh - clinician-educator, Johns Hopkins
Arsalan Derakhshan - 3rd year resident, Hopkins
Sharmin Shekarchian - 3rd year resident, UCSF

The Clinical Problem Solvers The Clinical Problem Solvers

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    • 4.9, 7 Ratings

The Clinical Problem Solvers in an Internal Medicine Podcast created to share expert opinion in the area of diagnostic reasoning, to develop frameworks for approaching clinical problems, and to build a network around improving diagnosis through a case-based, iterative process.
Twitter: @CPSolvers

Website: clinicalproblemsolving.com

Team:
Rabih Geha - clinician-educator, UCSF
Reza Manesh - clinician-educator, Johns Hopkins
Arsalan Derakhshan - 3rd year resident, Hopkins
Sharmin Shekarchian - 3rd year resident, UCSF

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
7 Ratings

7 Ratings

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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