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Everyday happenstance for the Early Career Physicians of Northern California's ACP Chapter

Latest Episodes

Decision Fatigue and Strengthening your Mental Muscle

This is Scott Selinger and welcome to another fantastic jabbering edition of - ABC’s for ECP’s, the podcast on behalf of the Northern California’s chapter of the American College of Physicians Council of Early Career Physicians. To those most loyal of followers, you’ll notice it’s been a number of months since there’s been any movement with this podcast due to a combination of work, extracurriculars, and a new baby, but I am making an early new years resolution to more regularly get these up, up and away. Let’s put a pin in the idea of new years resolutions too because I want to come back to that. There was a recent research letter in JAMA that set off a few ideas downstream for me. The letter was dubbed “Time of Day and the Decision to Prescribe Antibiotics.” Now just reading that title, my reaction and that of most people I’ve talked to about this was “well of course antibiotic prescribing goes up as the day wears on.” To summarize a little bit, the study looked at out...

-1 s2015 JAN 3
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Decision Fatigue and Strengthening your Mental Muscle

Is "All 5's!" the way to go?

This is Scott Selinger and welcome to another edge-of-your-seat-amazing talking blogpost - ABC’s for ECP’s, the podcast on behalf of the Northern California’s chapter of the American College of Physicians Council of Early Career Physicians. Today I’d like to talk a little bit about this new world of patient satisfaction scores.I really like my new car. I got it a few months ago and it’s been working great. But then a few weeks ago I folded the back seat down and now it won’t come back up. So like most men, I hit it a few times and then decided to take it to the dealership. It was a pretty easy, seamless process of getting in and out but there were a few snags. For instance, they told me I needed a new part and they’d call when they got it in - but that didn’t happen and when I called 2 weeks later I found out that the part I needed had been there for 10 days. And then there was the little issue of the fact that when I got the car home, the seat was still broken. I brought it...

-1 s2014 MAY 13
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Is "All 5's!" the way to go?

Just Breathe

Normal 0 false false false EN-US JA X-NONE /* Style Definitions */ table.MsoNormalTable {mso-style-name:"Table Normal"; mso-tstyle-rowband-size:0; mso-tstyle-colband-size:0; mso-style-noshow:yes; mso-style-priority:99; mso-style-parent:""; mso-padding-alt:0in 5.4pt 0in 5.4pt; mso-para-margin:0in; mso-para-margin-bottom:.0001pt; line-height:115%; mso-pagination:widow-orphan; font-size:11.0pt; mso-bidi-font-size:10.0pt; font-family:Arial; color:black;} This is Scott Selinger and welcome to another scintillating episode (webisode? pod? I’m not totally sure what to call these serial casts) any way, it’s another ABC’s for ECP’s, the podcast on behalf of the Northern California’s chapter of the American College of Physicians Council of Early Career Physicians. As I’ve got a wedding to head to in beautiful scenic St. Louis this weekend flanked by a trip to the national ACP meeting in Orlando next week, I’ll make this a brief one. We’ve all heard about mindfulness and mindful medita...

-1 s2014 APR 16
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Just Breathe

CME Crosstraining with Dr. Gurpreet Dhaliwal

Howdy - This Scott Selinger and welcome to the podcast on behalf of the Northern California's chapter of the American College of Physicians Council of Early Career Physicians. I should note that I'm thinking about calling the podcast ABCs for ECPs, ECP's being early career physicians. It seemed a little more legit than the original working title, modeled after my favorite phrase to hear from a patient, "Can I be real with you?" One of my biggest concerns starting off my medical career, is staying up to date. Through medical school and residency, it seemed like so much time was devoted to learning about new practice altering information because I was always trying to catch up with and impress my attendings with things they hadn't heard of. At the end of residency, I think I was subscribed to at least 10 different journals and newsletters, on top of the e-newsletters and listservs, and trying to peruse through all of them is just something I felt I had to do every week. I was always s...

-1 s2014 MAR 30
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CME Crosstraining with Dr. Gurpreet Dhaliwal

What is this podcast all about?

I'm Scott Selinger, American College of physicians member, native Texan, but current Californian and fairly early career physician. Having just finished my chief residency in internal medicine in mid- 2013 and practicing as a primary care physician since then I'm getting the ball rolling on this podcast on behalf of the Northern California ACPs Council of Early Career Physicians for a few reasons. First and foremost, we felt that it can be a sounding board for musings specific to all the early career physicians out there by which we mean anybody in their first sixteen years of practice after medical school. Secondly, we wanted it to be a way for the Northern CaliforniaACP members and early career physicians to communicate a little about what's going on in their practice. Given the nature of medicine today and the other commitmentswe all have,we have a tendency to isolate and practice on our own little island unless we make efforts otherwise. Our hope is that this podcast can succinc...

-1 s2014 MAR 29
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What is this podcast all about?

"Introductions" or "Why didn't they teach me how to say hello"

This is Scott Selinger and welcome to the first podcast on behalf of the Northern California’s chapter of the American College of Physicians Council of Early Career Physicians. Given that this is our inaugural podcast, I thought it’d be a good time to talk about introductions - how you enter into that first meeting with a new patient and how you handle the name game. Before I’ve done pretty much anything new in life, be it starting 6th grade, a new job, interviews, whatever - I’ve gotten a call from my dad where he just says: “remember first impressions.” While this started out as rhetoric I would roll my eyes at, it’s become very important in my role as a physician, as I’m sure it has for every doctor out there. That moment where you meet a patient for the first time is paramount in establishing trust and setting the tone of the rest of your relationship with them. One thing that I’ve found is more important now, especially given how busy we all are in cold and flu season,...

-1 s2014 MAR 29
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"Introductions" or "Why didn't they teach me how to say hello"
the END

Latest Episodes

Decision Fatigue and Strengthening your Mental Muscle

This is Scott Selinger and welcome to another fantastic jabbering edition of - ABC’s for ECP’s, the podcast on behalf of the Northern California’s chapter of the American College of Physicians Council of Early Career Physicians. To those most loyal of followers, you’ll notice it’s been a number of months since there’s been any movement with this podcast due to a combination of work, extracurriculars, and a new baby, but I am making an early new years resolution to more regularly get these up, up and away. Let’s put a pin in the idea of new years resolutions too because I want to come back to that. There was a recent research letter in JAMA that set off a few ideas downstream for me. The letter was dubbed “Time of Day and the Decision to Prescribe Antibiotics.” Now just reading that title, my reaction and that of most people I’ve talked to about this was “well of course antibiotic prescribing goes up as the day wears on.” To summarize a little bit, the study looked at out...

-1 s2015 JAN 3
Comments
Decision Fatigue and Strengthening your Mental Muscle

Is "All 5's!" the way to go?

This is Scott Selinger and welcome to another edge-of-your-seat-amazing talking blogpost - ABC’s for ECP’s, the podcast on behalf of the Northern California’s chapter of the American College of Physicians Council of Early Career Physicians. Today I’d like to talk a little bit about this new world of patient satisfaction scores.I really like my new car. I got it a few months ago and it’s been working great. But then a few weeks ago I folded the back seat down and now it won’t come back up. So like most men, I hit it a few times and then decided to take it to the dealership. It was a pretty easy, seamless process of getting in and out but there were a few snags. For instance, they told me I needed a new part and they’d call when they got it in - but that didn’t happen and when I called 2 weeks later I found out that the part I needed had been there for 10 days. And then there was the little issue of the fact that when I got the car home, the seat was still broken. I brought it...

-1 s2014 MAY 13
Comments
Is "All 5's!" the way to go?

Just Breathe

Normal 0 false false false EN-US JA X-NONE /* Style Definitions */ table.MsoNormalTable {mso-style-name:"Table Normal"; mso-tstyle-rowband-size:0; mso-tstyle-colband-size:0; mso-style-noshow:yes; mso-style-priority:99; mso-style-parent:""; mso-padding-alt:0in 5.4pt 0in 5.4pt; mso-para-margin:0in; mso-para-margin-bottom:.0001pt; line-height:115%; mso-pagination:widow-orphan; font-size:11.0pt; mso-bidi-font-size:10.0pt; font-family:Arial; color:black;} This is Scott Selinger and welcome to another scintillating episode (webisode? pod? I’m not totally sure what to call these serial casts) any way, it’s another ABC’s for ECP’s, the podcast on behalf of the Northern California’s chapter of the American College of Physicians Council of Early Career Physicians. As I’ve got a wedding to head to in beautiful scenic St. Louis this weekend flanked by a trip to the national ACP meeting in Orlando next week, I’ll make this a brief one. We’ve all heard about mindfulness and mindful medita...

-1 s2014 APR 16
Comments
Just Breathe

CME Crosstraining with Dr. Gurpreet Dhaliwal

Howdy - This Scott Selinger and welcome to the podcast on behalf of the Northern California's chapter of the American College of Physicians Council of Early Career Physicians. I should note that I'm thinking about calling the podcast ABCs for ECPs, ECP's being early career physicians. It seemed a little more legit than the original working title, modeled after my favorite phrase to hear from a patient, "Can I be real with you?" One of my biggest concerns starting off my medical career, is staying up to date. Through medical school and residency, it seemed like so much time was devoted to learning about new practice altering information because I was always trying to catch up with and impress my attendings with things they hadn't heard of. At the end of residency, I think I was subscribed to at least 10 different journals and newsletters, on top of the e-newsletters and listservs, and trying to peruse through all of them is just something I felt I had to do every week. I was always s...

-1 s2014 MAR 30
Comments
CME Crosstraining with Dr. Gurpreet Dhaliwal

What is this podcast all about?

I'm Scott Selinger, American College of physicians member, native Texan, but current Californian and fairly early career physician. Having just finished my chief residency in internal medicine in mid- 2013 and practicing as a primary care physician since then I'm getting the ball rolling on this podcast on behalf of the Northern California ACPs Council of Early Career Physicians for a few reasons. First and foremost, we felt that it can be a sounding board for musings specific to all the early career physicians out there by which we mean anybody in their first sixteen years of practice after medical school. Secondly, we wanted it to be a way for the Northern CaliforniaACP members and early career physicians to communicate a little about what's going on in their practice. Given the nature of medicine today and the other commitmentswe all have,we have a tendency to isolate and practice on our own little island unless we make efforts otherwise. Our hope is that this podcast can succinc...

-1 s2014 MAR 29
Comments
What is this podcast all about?

"Introductions" or "Why didn't they teach me how to say hello"

This is Scott Selinger and welcome to the first podcast on behalf of the Northern California’s chapter of the American College of Physicians Council of Early Career Physicians. Given that this is our inaugural podcast, I thought it’d be a good time to talk about introductions - how you enter into that first meeting with a new patient and how you handle the name game. Before I’ve done pretty much anything new in life, be it starting 6th grade, a new job, interviews, whatever - I’ve gotten a call from my dad where he just says: “remember first impressions.” While this started out as rhetoric I would roll my eyes at, it’s become very important in my role as a physician, as I’m sure it has for every doctor out there. That moment where you meet a patient for the first time is paramount in establishing trust and setting the tone of the rest of your relationship with them. One thing that I’ve found is more important now, especially given how busy we all are in cold and flu season,...

-1 s2014 MAR 29
Comments
"Introductions" or "Why didn't they teach me how to say hello"
the END
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