Tag: Education

Physician-Based Medical Coding Course Webinar Replay

Physician-Based Medical Coding Course Webinar Replay

By Bryan Wright 0 Comment December 11, 2019

Q#28: Could we do a session on contraceptive management, a biggie for me. [Laughs] Alicia: A: Yeah. I answered that one and the thing. It’s like, put it in the forum and be more specific what you’re needing. Well, we’ll go research it. Laureen: Yeah. Codingcertification.org/forum use that forum that says, “Webinar Q&A” if you […]

Doctors Answer The Most Googled Sex Questions

Doctors Answer The Most Googled Sex Questions

By Bryan Wright 100 Comments December 10, 2019

– If you feel like you’re really small maybe you are. (bass music) – I’m Dr. Lisa Masterson, and I’m an obstetrician and gynecologist. – My name is Dr. Kia Michel from Comprehensive Urology. I’m a urologist. – I deal with everything women and men as it involves relationships and sex and fertility. – Today […]

EVMS Global Health trip to Panama

EVMS Global Health trip to Panama

By Bryan Wright 0 Comment December 9, 2019

[MUSIC PLAYING] The Division of Global Health and the Medical Spanish Initiative at EVMS partnered with Floating Doctors, an organization that has been committed to providing sustainable health care to some of the most remote communities here in Panama over the past decade. We were able to divide into two different teams to provide care […]

Shimadzu Laboratory for Pharmaceutical Research Excellence

Shimadzu Laboratory for Pharmaceutical Research Excellence

By Bryan Wright 0 Comment December 9, 2019

JERRY ANDERSON: The UT Health Science campus now has a new research lab. – It has state of the art equipment that will help enhance the quality of research. Steven Jackson tells us all about it now at 6. STEPHEN JACKSON: $250,000 can go a long way. And over at UT, they’re using it for […]

Army – Pharmaceutical Officer

Army – Pharmaceutical Officer

By Bryan Wright 0 Comment December 9, 2019

I’m Captain Wendy Lang. I’m the pharmaceutical officer here at second health support battalion at Gallipoli Barracks at Enoggera. I’m responsible for the medical logistics of getting a field hospital out on deployments and back again. I joined the army for various reasons. I think in pharmacy it can be quite monotonous with what we […]

Physician Assistant Studies Program: Team Based Learning

Physician Assistant Studies Program: Team Based Learning

By Bryan Wright 0 Comment December 8, 2019

team-based learning is a flipped classroom approach where the content that is typically delivered in lecture is acquired by the student outside of class and the homework or the application of that content to scenarios and critical thinking and problem solving is actually done in the classroom. it’s a pretty simple concept that goes back […]

This Ancient Mammal’s Ears Were Built for Chewing

This Ancient Mammal’s Ears Were Built for Chewing

By Bryan Wright 100 Comments December 8, 2019

[♪ INTRO] Last week in the journal Nature, researchers announced that they’ve found a new fossil that might help us understand one of the most unique features of mammals: our ears. Also, the little guy is, like, really cute… so there’ that. Called Jeholbaatar kielanae, this animal was found by paleontologists in Northeast China. It […]

Physician Associate Studies | Life as an Physician Associate student at UEA | Veronika

Physician Associate Studies | Life as an Physician Associate student at UEA | Veronika

By Bryan Wright 1 Comment December 7, 2019

Hi I’m Veronika and I’m a second-year Physician Associate student at UEA. So the Physician Associate career isn’t that well-established here in the UK, but it is in other countries, such as the U.S. And I have a few relatives who live there and they work there as doctors. And they do work alongside Physician […]

U.S. Navy Physician: Dr. Nassiri

U.S. Navy Physician: Dr. Nassiri

By Bryan Wright 10 Comments December 6, 2019

As – as much as we talk about how different Navy medicine is from civilian medicine, it’s also surprising how similar it is. We have neuro- radiologists, we have endocrinologists, and rheumatologists, infectious disease specialists, keeping our sailors healthy. Keeping their families well so that they don’t have to worry about them when they’re away. […]

The Shortage of Primary Care Physicians – The Local Show

The Shortage of Primary Care Physicians – The Local Show

By Bryan Wright 0 Comment December 6, 2019

EXPERTS SAY PRIMARY CARE, YOUR FAMILY DOCTOR, IS REALLY THE KEY TO MAKING AMERICA YOUR FAMILY DOCTOR, IS REALLY THE KEY TO MAKING AMERICA HEALTHIER, AND JUST AS THE KEY TO MAKING AMERICA HEALTHIER, AND JUST AS IMPORTANT, TO MAKING HEALTH CARE HEALTHIER, AND JUST AS IMPORTANT, TO MAKING HEALTH CARE MORE AFFORDABLE. IMPORTANT, TO […]