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Clinician's Roundtable

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Clinician's Roundtable

Clinician's Roundtable

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Interviews with the top thought leaders in medicine exploring the clinical and professional issues that are foremost in the minds of the medical community. Join us at the Clinician's Roundtable for discussions on a vast range of topics that every medical professional should know about.

Latest Episodes

Separating Fact from Fiction: Novel Coronavirus Myths

Host: Mario R. Nacinovich, Jr., MSc Guest: Charles P. Gerba, MD The novel coronavirus outbreak that began in late 2019 may be the first global epidemic pronounced in the social media age, with myths and misinformation populating just as quickly and frequently as new cases. But is there any truth behind these claims? Here to shed light on this global health crisis is microbiologist Dr. Charles Gerba.

-1 s2 w ago
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Separating Fact from Fiction: Novel Coronavirus Myths

An In-Depth Look at the Evolution of Cystic Fibrosis Treatments

Host: Paul Doghramji, MD Guest: Gregory Sawicki, MD, MPH Even though there currently isn’t a cure for cystic fibrosis, there may finally be hope on the horizon for the more than 70,000 people around the world who are living with this debilitating disease. Joining Dr. Paul Dogramji to talk about the emerging treatment options for cystic fibrosis is Dr. Gregory Sawicki, Director at the Cystic Fibrosis Center and Assistant Professor of Pediatrics at Harvard Medical School.

-1 s2 w ago
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An In-Depth Look at the Evolution of Cystic Fibrosis Treatments

Keys to Avoiding an Adrenoleukodystrophy Misdiagnosis

Host: Mario R. Nacinovich, Jr., MSc Guest: Paul Orchard, MD Although it only affects about one in 18,000 people, the impacts of adrenoleukodystrophy cannot be underestimated. That’s why Dr. Paul Orchard joins Mario Nacinovich to talk about this rare—and fatal—genetic disease, why it’s often underdiagnosed and confused with other conditions, and how we can treat it once we’ve reached an accurate diagnosis.

-1 s2 w ago
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Keys to Avoiding an Adrenoleukodystrophy Misdiagnosis

Genetic Testing for Psychiatric Disorders: Is It Ready for Primetime?

Host: Mimi Secor, DNP, FNP-BC, FAANP Guest: James B, Potash, MD, MPH Psychopharmacology is the study of genetic variations to pinpoint more effective personalized treatments for psychiatric disorders. But with clinicians, industry heads, insurance providers, and regulating agencies all weighing in on this practice and forming varying opinions, what’s the best way to move forward? Here to answer that question and others with Dr. Mimi Secor is Dr. James Potash, a Professor of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences and Psychiatrist in Chief at the John Hopkins Department of Psychiatry.

-1 s3 w ago
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Genetic Testing for Psychiatric Disorders: Is It Ready for Primetime?

The Harsh Truth Behind the Vaping Epidemic

Host: Paul Doghramji, MD Guest: David H. Peyton, Ph.D. The vaping epidemic is becoming more and more concerning, but could new research prompt people to quit? To find out, Dr. Paul Doghramji speaks with Dr. David Peyton about his recent study that challenges the claim that vaping devices take less of a toll on our health than tobacco smoking.

-1 sJAN 16
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The Harsh Truth Behind the Vaping Epidemic

Family Matters: The Link Between Family History & BRCA Mutations

Host: Jenn Simmons, MD Guest: Susan Domchek, MD Tune in as Dr. Jen Simmons is joined by Dr. Susan Domcheck, who debunks the common misconception that men don’t have to worry about the BRCA mutation and dives into the explorations of the BFOR Study.

-1 s2019 NOV 15
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Family Matters: The Link Between Family History & BRCA Mutations

Genetic Testing for Hereditary Breast & Ovarian Cancers: What the Guidelines Say

Host: Jenn Simmons, MD Guest: Susan Domchek, MD Anytime the topic of genetic testing comes up in the context of breast and ovarian cancers, one question that undoubtedly arises is: who exactly should be tested? That’s the FAQ Dr. Susan Domchek, Director of the McDonald Women’s Cancer Risk Evaluation Center at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania, answers.

-1 s2019 NOV 15
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Genetic Testing for Hereditary Breast & Ovarian Cancers: What the Guidelines Say

How to Recover from Physician Burnout

Host: Jenn Simmons, MD Guest: Dike Drummond, MD Half of all doctors report troubling symptoms like depression, exhaustion, dissatisfaction, and a sense of failure, and Dr. Dike Drummond was one of them. Experiencing burnout not once, but twice led him to dedicate his career to coaching physicians and healthcare organizations, which he dives into with Dr. Jen Simmons.

-1 s2019 NOV 15
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How to Recover from Physician Burnout

Can Canines Sniff Out Cancer?

Host: Paul Doghramji, MD Guest: Tom Quinn, DO Dogs are known for their incredible sense of smell, and based on new research, they could be the key to developing over-the-counter tests capable of detecting lung cancer early on. And who better to break down the study’s findings than Dr. Tom Quinn, a Clinical Professor of Family and Occupational Medicine at Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine and a member of the team who worked on this intriguing study.

-1 s2019 AUG 24
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Can Canines Sniff Out Cancer?

Lyme: The First Epidemic of Climate Change

Host: Codyanne Murtaugh Guest: Mary Beth Pfeiffer With cases being reported in every state and across 80 countries, Lyme disease has become one of the fastest growing vector-borne illnesses in the world. But have you ever wondered how this global health threat came to be? That’s what journalist Mary Beth Pfeiffer investigates in her book, Lyme: The First Epidemic of Climate Change, and with the ReachMD team.

-1 s2019 JUL 24
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Lyme: The First Epidemic of Climate Change

Latest Episodes

Separating Fact from Fiction: Novel Coronavirus Myths

Host: Mario R. Nacinovich, Jr., MSc Guest: Charles P. Gerba, MD The novel coronavirus outbreak that began in late 2019 may be the first global epidemic pronounced in the social media age, with myths and misinformation populating just as quickly and frequently as new cases. But is there any truth behind these claims? Here to shed light on this global health crisis is microbiologist Dr. Charles Gerba.

-1 s2 w ago
Comments
Separating Fact from Fiction: Novel Coronavirus Myths

An In-Depth Look at the Evolution of Cystic Fibrosis Treatments

Host: Paul Doghramji, MD Guest: Gregory Sawicki, MD, MPH Even though there currently isn’t a cure for cystic fibrosis, there may finally be hope on the horizon for the more than 70,000 people around the world who are living with this debilitating disease. Joining Dr. Paul Dogramji to talk about the emerging treatment options for cystic fibrosis is Dr. Gregory Sawicki, Director at the Cystic Fibrosis Center and Assistant Professor of Pediatrics at Harvard Medical School.

-1 s2 w ago
Comments
An In-Depth Look at the Evolution of Cystic Fibrosis Treatments

Keys to Avoiding an Adrenoleukodystrophy Misdiagnosis

Host: Mario R. Nacinovich, Jr., MSc Guest: Paul Orchard, MD Although it only affects about one in 18,000 people, the impacts of adrenoleukodystrophy cannot be underestimated. That’s why Dr. Paul Orchard joins Mario Nacinovich to talk about this rare—and fatal—genetic disease, why it’s often underdiagnosed and confused with other conditions, and how we can treat it once we’ve reached an accurate diagnosis.

-1 s2 w ago
Comments
Keys to Avoiding an Adrenoleukodystrophy Misdiagnosis

Genetic Testing for Psychiatric Disorders: Is It Ready for Primetime?

Host: Mimi Secor, DNP, FNP-BC, FAANP Guest: James B, Potash, MD, MPH Psychopharmacology is the study of genetic variations to pinpoint more effective personalized treatments for psychiatric disorders. But with clinicians, industry heads, insurance providers, and regulating agencies all weighing in on this practice and forming varying opinions, what’s the best way to move forward? Here to answer that question and others with Dr. Mimi Secor is Dr. James Potash, a Professor of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences and Psychiatrist in Chief at the John Hopkins Department of Psychiatry.

-1 s3 w ago
Comments
Genetic Testing for Psychiatric Disorders: Is It Ready for Primetime?

The Harsh Truth Behind the Vaping Epidemic

Host: Paul Doghramji, MD Guest: David H. Peyton, Ph.D. The vaping epidemic is becoming more and more concerning, but could new research prompt people to quit? To find out, Dr. Paul Doghramji speaks with Dr. David Peyton about his recent study that challenges the claim that vaping devices take less of a toll on our health than tobacco smoking.

-1 sJAN 16
Comments
The Harsh Truth Behind the Vaping Epidemic

Family Matters: The Link Between Family History & BRCA Mutations

Host: Jenn Simmons, MD Guest: Susan Domchek, MD Tune in as Dr. Jen Simmons is joined by Dr. Susan Domcheck, who debunks the common misconception that men don’t have to worry about the BRCA mutation and dives into the explorations of the BFOR Study.

-1 s2019 NOV 15
Comments
Family Matters: The Link Between Family History & BRCA Mutations

Genetic Testing for Hereditary Breast & Ovarian Cancers: What the Guidelines Say

Host: Jenn Simmons, MD Guest: Susan Domchek, MD Anytime the topic of genetic testing comes up in the context of breast and ovarian cancers, one question that undoubtedly arises is: who exactly should be tested? That’s the FAQ Dr. Susan Domchek, Director of the McDonald Women’s Cancer Risk Evaluation Center at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania, answers.

-1 s2019 NOV 15
Comments
Genetic Testing for Hereditary Breast & Ovarian Cancers: What the Guidelines Say

How to Recover from Physician Burnout

Host: Jenn Simmons, MD Guest: Dike Drummond, MD Half of all doctors report troubling symptoms like depression, exhaustion, dissatisfaction, and a sense of failure, and Dr. Dike Drummond was one of them. Experiencing burnout not once, but twice led him to dedicate his career to coaching physicians and healthcare organizations, which he dives into with Dr. Jen Simmons.

-1 s2019 NOV 15
Comments
How to Recover from Physician Burnout

Can Canines Sniff Out Cancer?

Host: Paul Doghramji, MD Guest: Tom Quinn, DO Dogs are known for their incredible sense of smell, and based on new research, they could be the key to developing over-the-counter tests capable of detecting lung cancer early on. And who better to break down the study’s findings than Dr. Tom Quinn, a Clinical Professor of Family and Occupational Medicine at Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine and a member of the team who worked on this intriguing study.

-1 s2019 AUG 24
Comments
Can Canines Sniff Out Cancer?

Lyme: The First Epidemic of Climate Change

Host: Codyanne Murtaugh Guest: Mary Beth Pfeiffer With cases being reported in every state and across 80 countries, Lyme disease has become one of the fastest growing vector-borne illnesses in the world. But have you ever wondered how this global health threat came to be? That’s what journalist Mary Beth Pfeiffer investigates in her book, Lyme: The First Epidemic of Climate Change, and with the ReachMD team.

-1 s2019 JUL 24
Comments
Lyme: The First Epidemic of Climate Change
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