1 hr 3 min

#125 Hidden Curriculum The Curbsiders Internal Medicine Podcast

Check out this audio treasure map to find the hidden curriculum and learn how it can change your practice. Learn how positive teaching spans not just the classroom or bedside but, how we simply talk about patients. Sanjay Desai MD, coauthor of ACP’s Position Paper on Hidden Curriculum and Internal Medicine program director at Johns Hopkins guides us through several cases that illustrate how our institutional norms can shape the practice of medicine...for better or worse. ACP members can visit https://acponline.org/curbsiders to claim free CME-MOC credit for this episode and show notes (goes live 0900 EST).
Full show notes available at http://thecurbsiders.com/podcast. Join our mailing list and receive a PDF copy of our show notes every Monday. Rate us on iTunes, recommend a guest or topic and give feedback at thecurbsiders@gmail.com.
Credits Written and produced by: Sanjay Desai MD; Justin Berk MD, MPH, MBA; Matthew Watto MD
CME questions by: Justin Berk MD
Editors: Chris Chiu MD & Matthew Watto MD
Hosts: Justin Berk MD, MPH, MBA; Matthew Watto MD; Paul Williams MD
Guest: Sanjay Desai MD
Time Stamps 00:00 Disclaimer, Intro and guest bio 04:00 Guest one liner, book recommendations, career advice 10:50 Intro to the hidden curriculum and ACP’s three recommendations 22:00 Case #1: A patient with schizophrenia 32:10 Case #2: The iPatient 38:07 Case #3: Attending forgets to wash their hands 41:10 Case #4: A dying patient’s primary care doctor saves the day 46:26 Case #5: A case of violating duty hours 60:10 Take home points 62:00 Outro

Check out this audio treasure map to find the hidden curriculum and learn how it can change your practice. Learn how positive teaching spans not just the classroom or bedside but, how we simply talk about patients. Sanjay Desai MD, coauthor of ACP’s Position Paper on Hidden Curriculum and Internal Medicine program director at Johns Hopkins guides us through several cases that illustrate how our institutional norms can shape the practice of medicine...for better or worse. ACP members can visit https://acponline.org/curbsiders to claim free CME-MOC credit for this episode and show notes (goes live 0900 EST).
Full show notes available at http://thecurbsiders.com/podcast. Join our mailing list and receive a PDF copy of our show notes every Monday. Rate us on iTunes, recommend a guest or topic and give feedback at thecurbsiders@gmail.com.
Credits Written and produced by: Sanjay Desai MD; Justin Berk MD, MPH, MBA; Matthew Watto MD
CME questions by: Justin Berk MD
Editors: Chris Chiu MD & Matthew Watto MD
Hosts: Justin Berk MD, MPH, MBA; Matthew Watto MD; Paul Williams MD
Guest: Sanjay Desai MD
Time Stamps 00:00 Disclaimer, Intro and guest bio 04:00 Guest one liner, book recommendations, career advice 10:50 Intro to the hidden curriculum and ACP’s three recommendations 22:00 Case #1: A patient with schizophrenia 32:10 Case #2: The iPatient 38:07 Case #3: Attending forgets to wash their hands 41:10 Case #4: A dying patient’s primary care doctor saves the day 46:26 Case #5: A case of violating duty hours 60:10 Take home points 62:00 Outro

1 hr 3 min