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.
November 2022 -- Part 1 AFP: American Family Physician
Smoking cessation (1:40), Binx IO for chlamydia (8:30), nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory use and bone healing (10:30), peripheral edema (13:50), anal dysplasia (19:00), and vitamin supplementation (21:10).
October 2022 -- Part 2 AFP: American Family Physician
Endometriosis (1:40), substance use disorders (5:20), the spiritual assessment (9:50), aducanumab (16:00), hypertension in children (18:00), and early exercise after concussion (19:50).
October 2022 -- Part 1 AFP: American Family Physician
Schizophrenia (2:00), obstetric care in maternity deserts (6:10), exercise for low back pain (9:30), duty to report incompetent physicians (12:20), albumin infusion for spontaneous bacterial peritonitis (14:40), and polymyalgia rheumatica (17:10).
September 2022 -- Part 2 -- AFP: American Family Physician
Ibrexafungerp for vulvovaginal candidiasis (1:30), acute headache (4:10), risk of infection with intravenous iron (10:00), thrombocytopenia (12:20), and influenza vaccine after myocardial infarction (15:50).
September 2022 -- Part 1 AFP: American Family Physician
Medications for the common cold (1:40), evidence-based contraception (4:20), procalcitonin for respiratory tract infections (8:40), Achilles tendon rupture (12:00), chronic constipation (14:30), and management of rheumatoid arthritis (18:10).
August 2022 -- Part 2 AFP: American Family Physician
Countering medical misinformation (1:30), arthropod bites and stings (3:30), overuse of screening colonoscopies (8:40), abdominal aortic aneurysm (11:10), oral vs. intravenous iron (14:10), shared decision-making (15:40), and rapid-fire AFP clinical answers (18:50).
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Love the podcast!! Great evidence based overviews, succinct and not too dry
Personally, I appreciate some of the jokes and transitions - makes me smile while reviewing the topics. Thank you for the podcast!
This is an excellent resource and enjoyable listen. There is a lot of overlap between family practice and emergency medicine. The hosts are engaging, and I don’t understand those who are complaining about the banter and humor, which I think make the podcast better. I am a 30+ year practicing emergency physician, and I would recommend this to all primary care providers.
Great Podcast. Very relevant for FM practice.