Grand Rounds Online

General Internal Medicine Grand Rounds

Click the links below to listen to audio podcasts of General Internal Medicine Grand Rounds

Dr. David Seldin MD PhD discusses plasma cell disorders.

Teaching Bayes Theorum
Dr. Mitchell Medow shows how clinical reasoning can be tought using Bayes theorem. Includes an interesting explanation of  a ‘qualitative’ approach to Bayesian reasoning.
Direct download: bayes_theorum.m4a

Marie-France Demierre, MD discusses some commonly seen skin conditions.

Joseph D. Restuccia PhD discusses the measurement of quality in medical care.

Adam Lerner MD discusses the abnormal white blood cell count.
Direct download: Abnormal_WBC.m4a

Beth Manning MD MPH discusses the management of common musculoskeletal conditions, with an emphasis on injections. (end of lecture is cut off).

J. Pietr Noordzij MD from the Department of Otolaryngology discusses the evaluation of common voice disorders.

Chief Resident Dr. Eddy Chen discusses his work improving the EBM curriculum.
Direct download: Chen_EBM.m4a

Dan Alford and Rich Saitz discuss the theory and practice of SBI.

Adam Rose MD discusses the complex intersection of medication non-adherence and clinical inertia.

Subha Ramani MD provides the answers to frequently asked physical diagnosis questions, with a focus on teaching the trainee. (apologize for occasional poor audio quality)

Karen Freund MD and Women’s Health Unit members Tracy Battaglia MD, Christine Phillips MD, Chava Chapman MD and Elizabeth Dupuis MD discuss their recent work using patient navigators to improve rates of screening for breast cancer, cervical cancer and other conditions.

Dr. Sushil Basra discusses common causes of neck pain seen in primary care.