Run the List is a medical education podcast designed for medical students and all learners hoping for a review in internal medicine. Our show is comprised of short episodes through which you can learn about the diagnosis, management, and clinical pearls for common internal medicine problems.
We will be adding new content weekly, so tune in often!
Created by: Walker Redd MD, Emily Gutowski MD, Navin Kumar MD
Episode 66: HIV
Dr. Michelle Cespedes, an infectious disease attending physician at Mount Sinai Hospital, is interviewed by host Emily Gutowski about the diagnosis of patients with HIV. They talk about both the acute presentation as well as the management of a patient with uncontrolled HIV.
Episode 65: Hospital-Acquired Infections
Dr. Mikyung Lee, an infectious disease attending physician and program director for the ID fellowship at Mount Sinai Hospital, discusses hospital-acquired infections, including ventilator-acquired pneumonias and catheter-associated UTIs.
Episode 64: Cellulitis
Dr. Sal Cilmi, an infectious disease attending physician and IM program director at Mount Sinai Hospital, discusses cellulitis and common culprits of soft tissue infections.
Episode 63: Approach to Pneumonia
Dr. Mary Montgomery, an Infectious Diseases specialist at Brigham and Women's Hospital, teaches host Walker Redd how she diagnoses and manages pneumonia. They discuss IDSA guidelines, classification, diagnostic studies, empiric antibiotics, complications, pathophysiology, and more.
Episode 62: Approach to Fever
Dr. Solomon, an Infectious Diseases specialist at Brigham and Women's Hospital, discusses his approach to fever with host, Walker Redd. In discussing Dr. Solomon's framework for clinical reasoning in infectious diseases and applying it to a case of fever of unclear etiology, they ask: Who is the host? What are the notable exposures? What is the syndrome? What doesn't fit?
Episode 61: Goals of Care Conversations
Dr. Andy Lawton, a palliative care physician at Brigham and Women's Hospital shares with host, Joyce Zhou, the REMAP framework for having effective goals of care conversations with patients with serious illness. Dr. Lawton offers sample language on key components of goals of care conversations such as how to discuss prognoses, respond to emotions, and ask about values. He also reflects on how to best strike a balance between paternalism and patient autonomy during serious illness conversations.