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The Clinical Problem Solvers in an Internal Medicine Podcast created to share expert opinion in the area of diagnostic reasoning, to develop frameworks for approaching clinical problems, and to build a network around improving diagnosis through a case-based, iterative process.
Twitter: @CPSolvers

Website: clinicalproblemsolving.com

Team:
Rabih Geha - clinician-educator, UCSF
Reza Manesh - clinician-educator, Johns Hopkins
Arsalan Derakhshan - 3rd year resident, Hopkins
Sharmin Shekarchian - 3rd year resident, UCSF

The Clinical Problem Solvers The Clinical Problem Solvers

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The Clinical Problem Solvers in an Internal Medicine Podcast created to share expert opinion in the area of diagnostic reasoning, to develop frameworks for approaching clinical problems, and to build a network around improving diagnosis through a case-based, iterative process.
Twitter: @CPSolvers

Website: clinicalproblemsolving.com

Team:
Rabih Geha - clinician-educator, UCSF
Reza Manesh - clinician-educator, Johns Hopkins
Arsalan Derakhshan - 3rd year resident, Hopkins
Sharmin Shekarchian - 3rd year resident, UCSF

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
134 Ratings

134 Ratings

Lebron is Weak-minded ,

Great by itself, a force when paired with others

Great stuff. Listen to this along with The Curbsiders and Core IM and your understanding of common and critical issues in IM will be taken to heights you haven't been to before. Add on a few of the amazing EM podcasts out there (and probably Behind the Knife), and become the medical rockstar that you've always wanted. To get your dose of humanity in order to keep what you do in perspective, listen to The Nocturnists. When you're in the mood to let your mind relax and listen to a story, put on Bedside Rounds and Legends of Surgery. That should help you fill up much of the silent time you experience throughout your week/month. Try it, you'll be amazed at yourself.

SGDubya ,

Thank you!

Keep up the great work! Currently a PGY-1 and I thoroughly enjoy hearing a good case presentation and more experienced physicians work through them. I also appreciate your various diagnostic schema’s, approaches, and clinical pearls!

Nick E6 ,

If only...

... this was around when I was in medical school. This is exactly what I’ve been looking for. A nice, easy way to remember complicated medical diagnoses. Not only that, but how to think, how to learn, and how to not miss crucial diagnoses.

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