Twice a month, faculty and residents of the University of Arizona College of Medicine-Phoenix Family Medicine Residency discuss key clinical points from each issue of American Family Physician (AFP). AFP publishes clinical reviews that help keep physicians current with advances in diagnosis and treatment. Contributing editor: Dr. Steven Brown.
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Dog and cat bites (1:40), inappropriate medication use in older adults (5:50), pleural effusions (8:10), poststroke depression (12:20), and pro/con editorials about bone turnover markers in osteoporosis therapy (15:00).
The ill returning traveler (1:30), the Community Preventive Services Task Force (5:30), thiazide diuretics (7:50), over-the-counter medications in pregnancy (10:00), RSV vaccination (13:40), mild chronic hypertension in pregnancy (15:10), childhood o... more
Great summary of afp. Please keep it going!
Imagine patients missing key information because the physician doesn’t face them when talking or speaks too softly. My colleagues and I have to keep turning the volume up and down to listen to these podcasts. Please speak at a normal volume and cadence. Otherwise great summaries, enthusiasm and insight. Keep it up! Once in a while, the recommendations for a treatment don’t match the data or seem up front. If 80 people have to take an expensive, uncomfortable or inconvenient treatment for five ye... more
As an internist.. some more
Love the podcast!! Great evidence based overviews, succinct and not too dry more
This is an excellent resource and enjoyable listen. There is a lot of overlap between family practice and emergency medicine. The hosts are engaging, and I don’t understand those who are complaining about the banter and humor, which I think make the podcast better. I am a 30+ year practicing emergency physician, and I would recommend this to all primary care providers.
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AFP: American Family Physician Podcast launched 8 years ago and published 212 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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