The Clinical Problem Solvers is a multi-modal venture that works to disseminate and democratize the stories and science of diagnostic reasoning
Episode 313: Rafael Medina Subspecialty Series – Splenomegaly
In this Hepatology Rafael Medina Subspecialty episode, Dr. Christopher Coe presents a case to Dr. Arpan Patel of a woman presenting with fatigue and splenomegaly. Session facilitator: Maddy Conte The goal of this series is to expand access to subspecialty, primary care, and internal medicine-adjacent specialty education to learners around the world. If you would… Read More »Episode 313: Rafael Medina Subspecialty Series – Splenomegaly
Episode 312: Neurology VMR – Frequent Stumbling
Episode title: Episode 312: Neurology VMR – Frequent stumbling Episode description: We continue our campaign to #EndNeurophobia, with the help of Dr. Aaron Berkowitz. This time, Valeria presents a case of frequent stumbling to Nilayan and Subhangi. Neurology DDx Schema Valeria Roldan Valeria is a medical student at Universidad Peruana Cayetano Heredia. She was born and… Read More »Episode 312: Neurology VMR – Frequent Stumbling
Episode 311: Spaced Learning Series – Hypercalcemia
Episode description: The spaced learning series team discusses a case of severe hypercalcemia, seizure, and vision loss. Featuring: Simone VaisMoses MurdockValeria Roldan SchemasHypercalcemia Download CPSolvers App here RLRCPSOLVERS Click here to view the weekly episode recap email!
Episode 310 – WDx Episode #26: “You are Resilient, even if You Don’t Know It”
Sharmin, Kaylin, and Jane are joined by Dr. Risheen Reejhsinghani, cardiologist extraordinaire, Clinical Associate Professor at Stanford, and Associate Program Director of the cardiology fellowship. They discuss her journey through medical training as an international medical graduate, how her love for cardiology developed, and how her career has evolved to allow her to combine her passions for medical education and mentoring into her daily… Read More »Episode 310 – WDx Episode #26: “You are Resilient, even if You Don’t Know It”
Episode 309 – Antiracism in Medicine Series – Episode 23 – Anti-Blackness, Anti-Fatness, and Food Shaming
CPSolvers: Anti-Racism in Medicine Series Episode 23 – Anti-Blackness, Anti-Fatness, and Food Shaming Show Notes by Humza A. Siddiqui October 31, 2023 Summary: This episode highlights the culture of food shaming and anti-fatness as it relates to anti-Blackness. During this episode, we hear from Da’Shaun L. Harrison, a community organizer and trans theorist, and… Read More »Episode 309 – Antiracism in Medicine Series – Episode 23 – Anti-Blackness, Anti-Fatness, and Food Shaming
Episode 308 – RLR – 105 Fever
Episode description Reza and Rabih discuss a case of a young woman with a fever of 105 Student discount https://www.rlrcpsolvers.com/student-discounts/ IMG discount Use coupon code RLRIMG at check out https://rlrcpsolvers.com/annual-plan Click here to view the weekly episode recap email!
Excellent MedEd Resource with high value information
This podcast is excellent and filled with high value information. Very learner oriented, but I think there’s something for all levels here.
Volume fluctuates frequently but great content
I love the content but it’s so frustrating that the volume is frequently fluctuating depending on who is speaking or how they have their head turned. I will be listening in my car and I am having to turn the volume up and down throughout the episodes. Frustrating
I love R and R
There is something for all learners in this podcast. Most of cases are problems that I will never see in my lifetime but they are really good about going through their thought train in order to come up with the final diagnosis. They have helped me organize my thinking which has made me a better instructor to my students.