Hey, what is up, ZPac? It’s ZDoggMD, Dr. Zubin Damania. Okay, I brought homeboy back, and I don’t often do that with guests. There’s just a handful of guess we’ve brought back because they’re so … Continue reading The Toxic Metabolic Effects of Stress | Dr. Ronesh Sinha
previously on MedWild we talked about the personal shelter also known as the garbage bag and that this really makes a very low-tech inexpensive bivy sack that you can have in your pack airplane car … Continue reading Wilderness Medicine/Survival Product Review: Blizzard Jacket
I’d like to talk to you a little bit about treatment, and immediately after somebody’s bitten I guess the first thing you’d advise is for them to panic and maybe scream that’s what I’d probably … Continue reading Wilderness Medicine: Snake Bite Treatment
What is “health”? A useful definition comes from the World Health Organization: “Health is a state of complete physical, mental and social well-being and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity.” “Wellness” refers to … Continue reading Public Health – Concepts of Health and Its Determinants: By Natalie Lovesey M.D.
Confidentiality is a key component of the patient-physician relationship. Patients who believe that their health information will remain confidential are more likely to provide doctors with more accurate information, which in turn will lead to … Continue reading Legal and Ethical Aspects of Medicine – Confidentiality: By Nelson Chan M.D.
Attending Internal Medicine Meeting 2019 is about learning invaluable knowledge and you’ll get to see historic Philadelphia. A great place to start is to take a tour of the ACP headquarters. See our library. Learn … Continue reading Internal Medicine Meeting 2019 in vibrant Philadelphia
As a physician, it is your duty to provide your patients with the relevant medical information in order to help them choose a treatment plan. Even if a treatment is medically indicated and you think … Continue reading Legal and Ethical Aspects of Medicine – Consent: By Nelson Chan M.D.
>>KOPELOW: So, Dr Boone we’ve come together to talk about disparities in health care. >>BOONE: Yes.>>KOPELOW: And I read in the commission to end health care disparities it had four objectives for the period ending … Continue reading Addressing Health Care Disparities with CME