Audio – AM Rounds http://academicmedicineblog.org Beyond the pages of Academic Medicine, journal of the AAMC Tue, 19 Sep 2017 13:54:51 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=4.8.2 72453062 Encountering the Other: Providing Excellent Care Despite Differences Between Patients & Physicians http://academicmedicineblog.org/encountering-the-other-providing-excellent-care-despite-differences-between-patients-physicians/ http://academicmedicineblog.org/encountering-the-other-providing-excellent-care-despite-differences-between-patients-physicians/#respond Tue, 19 Sep 2017 13:54:51 +0000 http://academicmedicineblog.org/?p=3534 A new episode of our podcast is now available through iTunes. Listen today.

Discussing how to provide excellent patient care in spite of differences between patients and physicians are editor-in-chief David Sklar and authors Emily Whitgob, Raya Kheirbek, and Paul Gordon.

This conversation complements articles by the participants in several recent issues, including:

Emily E. Whitgob, MD, MEd, fellow in the Department of Pediatrics at Stanford School of Medicine
The Discriminatory Patient and Family: Strategies to Address Discrimination Towards Trainees

Raya Kheirbek, MD, associate professor of medicine at the George Washington University School of Medicine and geriatrician and palliative care physician at the Washington DC VA Medical Center
Behind the Veil
Whispers

Paul R. Gordon, MD, MPH, professor in the Department of Family and Community Medicine at the University of Arizona
How Can Physicians Educate Patients About Health Care Policy Issues?
Opposition to Obamacare: A Closer Look

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Author Reading: Learning From Loss: What I Learned From the Death of My Grandfather http://academicmedicineblog.org/author-reading-learning-from-loss-what-i-learned-from-the-death-of-my-grandfather/ http://academicmedicineblog.org/author-reading-learning-from-loss-what-i-learned-from-the-death-of-my-grandfather/#respond Thu, 14 Sep 2017 20:02:09 +0000 http://academicmedicineblog.org/?p=3530 A new episode of our podcast is now available through iTunes. Listen today.

Medical student Maulin Shah recounts the lessons he learned from his grandfather, even in his death. His essay was published in the Teaching and Learning Moments column in the September issue of Academic Medicine.

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Author Reading: The Need for Developing a Cultural Understanding With Underserved Minority Patients in Medicine http://academicmedicineblog.org/author-reading-the-need-for-developing-a-cultural-understanding-with-underserved-minority-patients-in-medicine/ Tue, 22 Aug 2017 13:05:39 +0000 http://academicmedicineblog.org/?p=3511 A new episode of our podcast is now available through iTunes. Listen today.

Medical student Ajay Kailas recounts two experiences that taught him how open discussion with patients is key to building trusting relationships. His essay was published in the Teaching and Learning Moments column in the August issue of Academic Medicine.

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Author Reading: Stupid Consult http://academicmedicineblog.org/author-reading-stupid-consult/ Mon, 14 Aug 2017 19:45:34 +0000 http://academicmedicineblog.org/?p=3491 A new episode of our podcast is now available through iTunes. Listen today.

In “Stupid Consult,” Jonathan Kersun remembers a patient who taught him about overcoming intolerance and strong emotions to connect with others. His essay was published in the Teaching and Learning Moments column in the August issue of Academic Medicine.

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Author Reading: Whispers http://academicmedicineblog.org/author-reading-whispers/ Mon, 07 Aug 2017 20:35:26 +0000 http://academicmedicineblog.org/?p=3484 A new episode of our podcast is now available through iTunes. Listen today.

In “Whispers,” Raya Kheirbek remembers a patient who taught her to recognize the subtleties and differences in a seemingly shared language and culture. Her essay was published in the Teaching and Learning Moments column in the August issue of Academic Medicine.

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Author Reading: Our First Simulator: A Fond Farewell http://academicmedicineblog.org/author-reading-our-first-simulator-a-fond-farewell/ Thu, 27 Jul 2017 19:05:53 +0000 http://academicmedicineblog.org/?p=3472 A new episode of our podcast is now available through iTunes. Listen today.

In this episode, Rami Ahmed reads his essay, “Our First Simulator: A Fond Farewell,” in which he reflects on the role his hospital’s first full-body simulator played in the education of countless physicians, nurses, and medics. His essay was published in the Teaching and Learning Moments column in the July issue of Academic Medicine.

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Author Reading: From Reflex to Reflection: A Resident’s Perspective on Learning in a Clinical Setting http://academicmedicineblog.org/author-reading-from-reflex-to-reflection-a-residents-perspective-on-learning-in-a-clinical-setting/ Tue, 11 Jul 2017 19:00:27 +0000 http://academicmedicineblog.org/?p=3463 A new episode of our podcast is now available through iTunes. Listen today.

In this episode, Veena Patel reads her essay, “From Reflex to Reflection: A Resident’s Perspective on Learning in a Clinical Setting,” in which she reflects on a patient encounter that motivated her to be a proponent of change and improvement at her hospital. Her essay was published in the Teaching and Learning Moments column in the July issue of Academic Medicine.

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Author Reading: Humbled http://academicmedicineblog.org/author-reading-humbled/ Thu, 22 Jun 2017 09:40:49 +0000 http://academicmedicineblog.org/?p=3446 A new episode of our podcast is now available through iTunes. Listen today.

In this episode, J.S. Desai reads his essay, “Humbled,” in which he reflects on what his first patient, his big brother, has taught him about knowing and judging others in his care. His essay was published in the Teaching and Learning Moments column in the June issue of Academic Medicine.

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Author Reading: Nutella http://academicmedicineblog.org/author-reading-nutella/ Thu, 08 Jun 2017 07:17:14 +0000 http://academicmedicineblog.org/?p=3431 A new episode of our podcast is now available through iTunes. Listen today.

In this episode, Dr. Sarah Bernstein reads her essay, “Nutella,” in which she reflects on a patient who taught her that being a doctor sometimes means sharing a spoonful of Nutella and bearing witness to a patient’s journey rather than ordering tests and medications. Her essay was published in the Teaching and Learning Moments column in the June issue of Academic Medicine.

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How Medicine Can Be an Instrument of Social Change: A Discussion about Physician Advocacy http://academicmedicineblog.org/how-medicine-can-be-an-instrument-of-social-change-a-discussion-about-physician-advocacy/ Tue, 23 May 2017 19:35:55 +0000 http://academicmedicineblog.org/?p=3398 A new episode of our podcast is now available through iTunes. Listen and download it today.

Discussing social medicine, physician advocacy, and structural competency are editor-in-chief Dr. David Sklar, Dr. Jack Geiger, and medical students Tehreem Rehman and Jennifer Tsai.

This conversation complements articles in the March 2017 issue of the journal. For more on social medicine, check out other AM Rounds content.

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