Audio – AM Rounds http://academicmedicineblog.org Beyond the pages of Academic Medicine, journal of the AAMC Thu, 22 Jun 2017 09:40:49 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=4.4.10 Author Reading: Humbled http://academicmedicineblog.org/author-reading-humbled/ http://academicmedicineblog.org/author-reading-humbled/#respond 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/ http://academicmedicineblog.org/author-reading-nutella/#respond 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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Author Reading: The Stranger in the Room http://academicmedicineblog.org/author-reading-the-stranger-in-the-room/ Thu, 18 May 2017 11:07:40 +0000 http://academicmedicineblog.org/?p=3396 A new episode of our podcast is now available through iTunes. Listen today.

In this episode, Dr. Nancy Angoff reads her essay, “The Stranger in the Room,” in which she compares connecting with patients in the exam room before and after the advent of electronic health records. Her essay was published in the Teaching and Learning Moments column in the May issue of Academic Medicine.

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Author Reading: The Modern Iteration of the House Call http://academicmedicineblog.org/author-reading-the-modern-iteration-of-the-house-call/ Thu, 04 May 2017 17:08:47 +0000 http://academicmedicineblog.org/?p=3381 A new episode of our podcast is now available through iTunes. Listen today.

In this episode, Brian Kwan reads his essay, “The Modern Iteration of the House Call,” in which he describes the value of making house calls to patients, caregivers, and physicians. His essay was published in the Teaching and Learning Moments column in the May issue of Academic Medicine.

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Author Reading: Case-Based Suffering http://academicmedicineblog.org/author-reading-case-based-suffering/ Thu, 27 Apr 2017 13:04:19 +0000 http://academicmedicineblog.org/?p=3373 A new episode of our podcast is now available through iTunes. Listen today.

In this episode, Dr. Louise Aronson reads her essay, “Case-Based Suffering,” in which she argues for teaching medical students the pathos and pathophysiology of a patient’s situation. Her essay was published in the Teaching and Learning Moments column in April issue of Academic Medicine.

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Author Reading: Her Story of Present Illness http://academicmedicineblog.org/author-reading-her-story-of-present-illness/ Thu, 20 Apr 2017 11:07:08 +0000 http://academicmedicineblog.org/?p=3363 A new episode of our podcast is now available through iTunes. Listen today.

In this episode, medical student Jessica Prescott reads her essay, “Her Story of Present Illness,” about encouraging women to be the protagonists in their own stories. Her essay was published in the Teaching and Learning Moments column.

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Engaging “Youthful Critics”: The Learner Voice in Medical Education Scholarship http://academicmedicineblog.org/engaging-useful-critics-the-learner-voice-in-medical-education-scholarship/ Tue, 11 Apr 2017 07:11:51 +0000 http://academicmedicineblog.org/?p=3345 A new episode of our podcast is now available through iTunes. Listen and download it today.

Discussing the importance of engaging medical students and residents in medical education scholarship are editor-in-chief David Sklar and medical students Jesse Burk-Rafel, Logan Jones, and Janice Farlow.

This conversation complements trainee-authored letters to the editor and related articles in the April 2017 issue of the journal.

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Author Reading: Learning Professionalism Under Stress http://academicmedicineblog.org/author-reading-learning-professionalism-under-stress/ Tue, 28 Mar 2017 10:13:35 +0000 http://academicmedicineblog.org/?p=3338 A new episode of our podcast is now available through iTunes. Listen today.

In this episode, medical student Ben Chin-Yee reads his essay, “Learning Professionalism Under Stress,” published in the Teaching and Learning Moments column.

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Author Reading: Cold Feet http://academicmedicineblog.org/author-reading-cold-feet/ Wed, 22 Feb 2017 09:09:48 +0000 http://academicmedicineblog.org/?p=3303 A new episode of our podcast is now available through iTunes. Listen today.

In this episode, medical student Elena Grill reads her essay, “Cold Feet,” published in the Teaching and Learning Moments column.

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