Twice a month, faculty and residents of the University of Arizona College of Medicine-Phoenix Family Medicine Residency discuss key clinical points from each issue of American Family Physician (AFP). AFP publishes clinical reviews that help keep physicians current with advances in diagnosis and treatment. Contributing editor: Dr. Steven Brown.
June 2022 -- Part 2 AFP: American Family Physician
Preoperative evaluation in children (1:50), oral vs. intramuscular vitamin B12 (6:10), overuse of interventional procedures for low back pain (7:30), acute stroke diagnosis (9:40), antibiotics for sore throat (13:50), and topical treatment for mild to moderate acne (17:00).
June 2022 -- Part 1 AFP: American Family Physician
Metabolic surgery for adult obesity (1:40), predicting dementia (5:30), distribution of Spanish-speaking family physicians (8:00), community-acquired pneumonia in adults (9:50), screening for atrial fibrillation (16:00), and SGLT-2 inhibitors and GLP-1 receptor agonists in type 2 diabetes (17:50).
May 2022 -- Part 2 AFP: American Family Physician
Constipation in children (1:30), nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs for low back pain (5:10), psoriasis (7:10), evaluation after first seizure (9:50), and kinesiology taping (14:50).
May 2022 -- Part 1 AFP: American Family Physician
Supervised injection sites (1:30), MyProstateScore (4:40), sexually transmitted infections (9:10), Paxlovid (15:10), salt intake for patients with chronic kidney disease (17:20), and child maltreatment (20:20).
April 2022 -- Part 2 AFP: American Family Physician
Chlamydial and gonococcal infections (1:30), relapse of depression (6:50), where clinical practice guidelines go wrong (8:50), ulcerative colitis (11:10), vasomotor symptoms of menopause (17:00), and the number needed to treat game (19:30).
April 2022 -- Part 1 AFP: American Family Physician
Recurrent venous thromboembolism (1:30), antifungals for vulvovaginal candidiasis (4:30), common sleep disorders in adults (6:50), why physicians should not prescribe aducanumab for Alzheimer disease (14:40), medical care for adults with Down Syndrome (17:10), and alcoholic hepatitis (19:10).
To the Point
I listen to a half dozen medical
podcasts and find the Univ of Ariz residents doing the best job of providing quick, clinically useful and accurate information. Kudos to the podcasters and the AAFP.
Terry Rivers, MD
Favorite Primary Care Podcast!
Thanks for continuing to put out a fabulous primary care podcast, reviewing the important topics in Family Medicine! I listen to it during my commute( and went back and listened to any episodes I had missed, when I first found it!)
My one takeaway from a self care lecture during a recent virtual conference was podcasts; so I searched and found the AFP podcast. I have listened EVERYDAY to and from work since then. It seems odd to say my self care is more medicine but, during this exhausting and stressful time, this podcast reminds me of the excitement I have for Family Medicine and the fact that I am a part of an incredible community. I recommend this podcast to everyone! Thank you AFP-what?-PODCAST!