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Less is more! We were thrilled to learn about the JAMA Internal Medicine series highlighting which primary care services we can scale back on or do away with completely. In this month’s Primary Care RAP introduction, Neda and Paul begin breaking down some of these recommendations and how they’ll … Neda Frayha, MD • Paul Simmons, MD…
 
Tattoos have become more and more common over the past decade. Besides regret, there are other cutaneous complications that clinicians should be aware of. Having a broad differential beyond simple bacterial infections can assist in making decisions on appropriate treatment and prompt referral to … Brittney DeClerck, MD • Matthew DeLaney, MD, FACEP,…
 
The COVID-19 pandemic has struck minority populations and populations of color most severely. One population hit particularly hard, but to little public notice, has been the Native American population in North America. Our own Paul Simmons and Dr. Matt Nelson, a family physician providing … Matthew Nelson, DO, MPH • Paul Simmons, MD…
 
Just when we all get accustomed to treating COVID-19, along comes Long Covid Syndrome to keep us on our toes. Some patients take months to recover and experience debilitating fatigue, dyspnea, and joint pains that have a huge impact on their quality of life. Neda and Paul answer a few listener … Neda Frayha, MD • Paul Simmons, MD…
 
Why are we so afraid of death? What is the vicarious death bed test, and what role does love play? How can we help our patients face death on their own terms, and how can we all live our best lives beforehand? We ask these questions and more of Dr. BJ Miller, a palliative care specialist with … BJ Miller MD • Neda Frayha, MD…
 
Do you know how eczema may look different on skin of color compared to light skin? How about psoriasis? Or melanoma? Why do our dermatology lectures feature rashes and skin cancers on light skin only? Dr. Jenna Lester, the dermatologist at UCSF and the founder and director of UCSF’s Skin of Color … Jay-Sheree Allen, MD • Jenna Lester, MD • Neda Fra…
 
In this Hippo Education bonus, Dr. Matthieu DeClerck and Dr. Manie Beheshti, an infectious disease specialist, answer common questions that clinicians have regarding the new mRNA vaccine, including how mRNA vaccines work, concerns about what we know and don’t know, and how to best approach patients. Manie Beheshti, MD • Matthieu DeClerck, MD…
 
Raising kids while working as front-line clinicians in the Covid-19 pandemic has introduced unprecedented challenges to our lives. Dr. Jason Liebzeit and Primary Care RAP host Dr. Neda Frayha sit down for some real talk on being caregivers as well as clinicians in the time of Covid-19, including … Jason Liebzeit, MD, FACEP • Neda Frayha, MD…
 
Does it make you dizzy to hear a complaint of dizziness? Here, Michael Baca-Atlas will break down dizziness in the older adult with Family Medicine residency program director and expert in geriatrics, Dr. Mallory McClester Brown. We hope it helps your head stop spinning! Mallory McClester Brown, MD • Michael Baca-Atlas, MD…
 
Among patients with elevated triglycerides despite statin use, risk of ischemic events while on icosapent ethyl was significantly lower compared to placebo. However, it was not significant when looking only at the subgroup taking it for primary prevention. Steve Biederman, MD • Tom Robertson, MD
 
Lice are a common infestation, especially in pediatric patients. Thankfully, treatment is often very straight forward and successful. The key to diagnosis is inspection for live louse, nits, and eggs. First line treatment includes wet combing, topical pediculicides, or shaving of hair. Second line … Brittney DeClerck, MD • Matthieu DeClerck, MD • M…
 
How comfortable are you with recommending bariatric surgery to your patients? How about caring for your patients who have had bariatric surgery? In this segment, Neda has an in-depth discussion about all things bariatric surgery with Dr. Arghavan Salles, bariatric surgeon and physician author … Arghavan Salles, MD, PhD • Neda Frayha, MD…
 
How comfortable are you with recommending bariatric surgery to your patients? How about caring for your patients who have had bariatric surgery? In this segment, Neda has an in-depth discussion about all things bariatric surgery with Dr. Arghavan Salles, bariatric surgeon and physician author … Arghavan Salles, MD, PhD • Neda Frayha, MD…
 
This year we’ve launched two special audio series to help clinicians practice the best medicine possible: one on the Covid-19 pandemic, and the other on dismantling systemic racism in medicine. In this special conversation, these two audio series come together for an in-depth view of racial … Jasmine R. Marcelin, MD, FACP • Jay-Sheree Allen, MD • N…
 
For most of us, people over the age of 65 make up a huge portion of the patients we see and the energy we pour into clinical care. And yet most of us receive woefully inadequate training to provide the best care for these patients and to overcome structural, systemic biases against the elderly. In … Louise Aronson MD MFA • Neda Frayha, MD…
 
Among employees of a large US warehouse retail company, a workplace wellness program resulted in greater rates of positive self-reported behaviors but no significant differences in clinical measures of health, healthcare spending and utilization, and employment outcomes Steve Biederman, MD • Tom Robertson, MD…
 
COPD can be a big, unwieldy topic in primary care. Thank goodness we have pulmonologist Dr. Kathryn Robinett to walk us through a practical, real world approach to the evaluation, classification, and management of COPD in our primary care practices. Spoiler alert: it’s not always about the Gold … Kathryn Robinett, MD • Paul Simmons, MD…
 
For most of us, people over the age of 65 make up a huge portion of the patients we see and the energy we pour into clinical care. And yet most of us receive woefully inadequate training to provide the best care for these patients and to overcome structural, systemic biases against the elderly. In … Louise Aronson MD MFA • Neda Frayha, MD…
 
In this Hippo Education bonus conversation, Drs. Jay-Sheree Allen and Neda Frayha sit down with American Academy of Family Physicians President Dr. Ada Stewart. They discuss the AAFP’s recent policy statement that racism is a public health crisis; what the AAFP is doing as an organization to … Ada Stewart, MD, FAAFP • Jay-Sheree Allen, MD • Neda Fr…
 
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