Welcome to IM Reasoning with your hosts Dr. Art Nahill and Dr. Nic Szecket, two general internists with a passion for teaching clinical reasoning. Join us for case discussions, conversations and interviews that explore issues important to clinicians and students, with a special focus on clinical reasoning, the once-mysterious process behind the remarkable abilities of the master clinician.
Our final episode
We cannot put this off any longer. IMreasoning has reached the end of its road. We had a great 5 years. We both learned so much, about medicine, about cognition, about the art of teaching, about each other, and about ourselves.
Thank you once again to all of you, our listeners, for sticking with us. Thank you especially to those who got in touch, and gave us encouragement to continue this project over the past 5 years.
Thank you as well to all of you who appeared and participated in the podcast, to present stump the chumps cases, or to share your expertise in conversation with us.
A special thank you to Steve and Madi who navigated the tech and the socials for us in the final leg of this adventure. We couldn't have done this without you.
69: STC with Alec Rezigh
Join us for another instalment of Stump the Chumps. This time our case comes from Baylor University presented by Alec Rezigh, a friend of the podcast. Enjoy!
Epilette January 2021
Just a quick inbetweenisode to let you all know we will be back with another instalment of STC in early February. Enjoy a Southern Hemisphere summer, wherever you are.
68: STC with Ramey Bajwa
Join us for another installation of STC (technically international) with Ramey Bajwa. Play along and see if you can guess the diagnosis any earlier than we did (or did not).
67: MAID with Stefanie Green
Join us for our conversation with Stefanie Green, the director of CAMAP (Canadian Association of MAID Assessors and Providers) where we hear about the lessons learned from the Canadian experience over the past four years since it has been legal for doctors to provide medical assistance in dying.
66: STC with Human Dx and reverse STC
Join us for another instalment of STC (Stump the Chumps) where we tackle another case from HumanDx Global Morning Report.
But first, try your hand at solving a case that Art brought along from his recent ward round. Good luck!
I quite simply can’t rave about this highly enough. Carefully thought-through and beautifully executed. I love the methodical and systematic approach to complex cases: and yet presented in a way that is fluid, interesting and light-hearted. There’s great witty banter, outtakes and interesting cultural context and trivia. Two eloquent and gifted clinicians and a fantastic resource for all of us... I look forward to my commutes!
Absolutely love it
Really enjoy the stump the chump cases and the range of speakers and topics is outstanding. Keep it up!
If you’re thinking about it have a listen. This podcast has reinvigorated my love of diagnostic reasoning. It has improved my practice and definitely helped with my enjoyment of the reasoning process. Keep it going guys. You have a big fan in GPland in Gisborne NZ.