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 (http://www.aafp.org/afp). Contributing editor: Dr. Steven Brown.
Episode 89 - July 1, 2019 AFP: American Family Physician
Lead poisoning in children (1:30), Helicobacter pylori testing (3:40), polypharmacy (6:30), helping patients cope with grief (10:40), preventing spontaneous abortion (13:50), heart failure with preserved ejection fracture (16:40), and a World Cup bonus (19:10).
Episode 87 - June 1, 2019 AFP: American Family Physician
Aspirin for the prevention of cardiovascular disease (1:50), anticoagulation for the treatment of venothromboembolism in patients with cancer (6:00), varicose veins (8:30), adolescent substance use (12:10), caregiver care (19:30), and “Where I Listen” (24:00).
Bonus Episode 10 - June 3, 2019 AFP: American Family Physician
The Musical Episode! Interview with Bill Dabbs, MD, family physician, musical creator for the AFP Podcast, and core faculty member at the University of Tennessee - Knoxville Family Medicine Residency. Topics include: teaching family medicine, creating music, our first tries at the theme song, the triple aim, and Dr. Zoster and Pox.
Episode 86 - May 15, 2019 AFP: American Family Physician
Pain in growing bones (1:30), chronic cough in children (8:00), lice and scabies (10:20), screening for intimate partner violence (14:40), colon cancer screening (16:20), deprescribing (17:50), Deprescribing Priorities game (19:00) and song (26:50).
Bonus Episode 9 - April 12, 2019 AFP: American Family Physician
Interview with Kara Odom Walker, MD, MPH, MSHS, family physician and Cabinet Secretary for the Delaware Department of Health and Social Services. Dr. Walker previously worked as Deputy Chief Science Officer at the Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute (PCORI) and was elected to the National Academy of Medicine in 2018. Topics discussed include engaging in public policy, leadership, social determinants of health, community engagement, mentorship, and flower arranging.
Episode 83 - April 1, 2019 AFP: American Family Physician
Critical congenital heart disease screening in newborns (1:30), abnormal uterine bleeding (3:10), statins for primary prevention of cardiovascular disease (6:30), concussions (7:50), human papillomavirus virus vaccine (10:10), and an editorial on the high cost of insulin (12:40).
Episode 82 - March 15, 2019 AFP: American Family Physician
Coaching patients about successful blood pressure management (1:30), anticonvulsants for low back pain (4:10), Everybody Needs a Family Doctor (5:10), lower extremity peripheral arterial disease (9:10), Right Care for children (13:50), recurrent urinary tract infections (16:20), primary care of breast cancer survivors (17:30).
Episode 80 - Feb. 15, 2019 AFP: American Family Physician
Acute hand infections (1:20), cervical cancer screening (4:10), manipulative therapies (10:50), metformin for nonalcoholic fatty liver disease and nonalcoholic steatohepatitis (15:30), and type 2 diabetes therapies (17:40).
Episode 76 - December 15, 2018 AFP: American Family Physician
Counseling in primary care (1:30), slow uptake of evidence-based medicine (6:10), school absenteeism (9:30), screening for peripheral artery disease (12:10), adult well-male examination (15:20), and evaluating anticoagulation (21:40).
Episode 75 - December 1, 2018 AFP: American Family Physician
Care for transgender persons (2:10), dental problems (9:10), short-term medical trips (12:30), Crohn's disease (15:50), preventing diabetes (19:40), deep vein thrombosis (20:50), and Faith in Subtraction: De-prescribing (22:00).
Episode 74 - November 15, 2018 AFP: American Family Physician
Incarcerated patients (1:30), Lown Right Care (6:40), cardiac testing (8:40), osteoporosis (11:40), Name That Drug (15:10), glecaprevir/pibrentasvir for chronic hepatitis C (17:40), conduct disorder (19:50), hoarseness (23:30).
Episode 73 - November 1, 2018 AFP: American Family Physician
Knee pain evaluation (2:30), culture-specific asthma education (5:10), type 2 diabetes in children (6:40), gun violence (9:20), knee osteoarthritis (14:40), type 2 diabetes guideline (15:50), Song: 'Everybody Needs a Family Doctor' (17:10), epidural anesthesia (21:00), common acute medical problems in the pregnant patient (22:10), meconium-stained amniotic fluid (24:50)
Episode 72 - October 15, 2018 AFP: American Family Physician
Shingles vaccine (1:30), urinary retention (4:20), the flu shot (8:50), high blood pressure in children and adolescents (13:50), long-acting muscarinic antagonist use in asthma (16:40), and a review of prostate cancer screening (18:00).
Bonus Episode 8 - September 17, 2018 AFP: American Family Physician
Interview with Margot Savoy, MD, MPH, Chair and Associate Professor, Department of Family and Community Medicine at Temple University Lewis Katz School of Medicine. Topics discussed include heath equity, leadership, advice for medical students, profound clinical experiences, music, and inspiration from quotes.
Episode 66 - July 15, 2018 AFP: American Family Physician
Hepatitis B, stimulant and designer drugs, low back pain, marijuana counseling, delivering bad or life-altering news, behavior counseling for skin cancer, and a special guest piece: “A Cautionary Tale for Quinquagenarians”.
Episode 65 - July 1, 2018 AFP: American Family Physician
Statin use for LDL over 190 (2:10), allergy testing (4:30), procalcitonin to guide antibiotic therapy (10:30), medical decision-making capacity (13:00), bronchiolitis (16:30), antibiotic course duration (21:40), and the doorknob phenomenon (24:00). Please nominate the AFP Podcast for a Podcast Award in the Science and Medicine category by visiting www.podcastawards.com before July 31st!
Episode 62 - May 15, 2018 AFP: American Family Physician
General parenting strategies (1:40), adults with developmental disabilities (5:50), colorectal cancer screening and prevention (9:50), infectious diarrhea (15:50), maternal obesity and labor induction (21:10), and implantable buprenorphine (22:20).
Bonus Episode 7 - February 16, 2018 AFP: American Family Physician
Interview with outgoing editor of American Family Physician Jay Siwek, MD, and incoming editor-in-chief Sumi Makkar Sexton, MD. Topics include the past and future of American Family Physician, the leading primary care journal in the United States. We also hear from Dr. Sexton on what inspired her to a career in family medicine and in editing, her work as a leader in her medical practice, her experience as a soccer mom, and her surprising talent.
Episode 53 - January 1, 2018 AFP: American Family Physician
Pityriasis rosea (1:10), young febrile infants (4:10), stents (8:00), ear pain (10:30), female genital mutilation or cutting (12:50), insulin in patients with type 2 diabetes (15:10), moisturizers and eczema (20:20), and our highlights of 2017 (22:10).
Episode 51 - December 1, 2017 AFP: American Family Physician
Elevated liver transaminase levels (1:10), topical capsaicin for treatment of chronic neuropathic pain (6:30), hyperosmolar hyperglycemic state (9:00), local anaesthesia for IUD insertion (13:50), USPSTF recommendation updates (15:30), and "Where I Listen" (17:20).
Episode 50 - November 15, 2017 AFP: American Family Physician
Cardiomyopathy (1:10), gout (3:20), glucose management in hospital patients (5:30), latent tuberculosis screening (10:10), herpes zoster (12:00), sleep apnea (14:40), and an interview with family physician, educator, and writer Sandra Miller, MD, author of the new novel Only Rock is Real (20:50).
Bonus Episode 6 - October 13, 2017 AFP: American Family Physician
Introducing Greyscale, a podcast created by Ben Davis, MD, family physician and faculty member at Swedish First Hill Family Medicine Residency in Seattle, Washington. Greyscale "takes a look at the not-so-clear areas of medicine by sharing physicians' own difficult encounters." The stories "showcase what can often be forgotten - the humanity behind the physician." We speak with Dr. Davis about his podcast, his inspiration for producing it, and his career path in family medicine.
Episode 46 - September 15, 2017 AFP: American Family Physician
Hair loss (1:10), the opioid epidemic (3:20), vitamin B12 deficiency (6:10), antibiotics for cellulitis (10:00), steroids for hives (11:10), steroids for osteoarthritis (12:20), and lifestyle change in diabetes (14:50).
Episode 44 – August 15, 2017 AFP: American Family Physician
Lower extremity limb abnormalities in children (1:10), health literacy (5:40), preventing falls in older persons (8:30), the routine pelvic exam (10:50), cerumen impaction (12:50), and dexamethasone for sore throat (14:50).
Bonus Episode 5 - July 29, 2017 AFP: American Family Physician
LIVE recording from the American Academy of Family Physicians National Conference of Family Medicine Residents and Medical Students in Kansas City, Missouri on July 29th, 2017. Topics include: Physical examination maneuvers that matter, delayed antibiotic prescriptions, severe asymptomatic hypertension, medical mnemonics, podcast origin story, a systematic cookbook review, meniscal surgery, Choosing Wisely, and an interview with AAFP President John Meigs, MD, FAAFP.
Episode 38 – May 15, 2017 AFP: American Family Physician
Laceration repair (1:30), chronic insomnia (3:20), migraine prophylaxis in children (5:30), the European risk score for cardiovascular disease (6:30), perioperative cardiovascular medication management (8:10), venous leg ulcers (12:20), and colon cancer screening (15:00).
Episode 34 - March 15, 2017 AFP: American Family Physician
End-of-life care (1:10), latent tuberculosis (5:50), preterm labor (7:30), antipsychotics in delirium (12:50), multiple myeloma (14:50), and an interview with Ranit Mishori, MD, discussing her unique career path, advocacy, community engagement, and social determinants of health (18:20).
Episode 33 - March 1, 2017 AFP: American Family Physician
Deep vein thrombosis and pulmonary embolism (1:10), addressing the needs of LGBT patients (6:20), syncope (8:50), brief resolved unexplained events (BRUEs) (14:20), buprenorphine (17:10), and seborrheic dermatitis (20:00).
Episode 32 - February 15, 2017 AFP: American Family Physician
Acute coronary syndrome (1:10), rifaximin (6:10), top medical schools for Family Medicine (8:40), proteinuria in children (10:00), antenatal steroids (13:30), and the Prevention Priorities Game (16:10).
Bonus Episode 4 - Feb 9, 2017 AFP: American Family Physician
Interview with Mark H. Greenawald, MD, Professor and Vice Chair for Academic Affairs, Department of Family and Community Medicine, Carilion Clinic and Virginia Tech Carilion School of Medicine and Course Director of the AAFP’s Chief Resident Leadership Development Program. Topics discussed include physician wellness, mentorship, listening to patient stories, and Bison Chips.
Episode 31 - February 1, 2017 AFP: American Family Physician
Antiepileptic drugs (1:50), dizziness (3:40), statins and dementia (8:10), jaundice in adults (9:00), practice guidelines for Botox (11:10), sertraline (12:40), and treatment of peripheral vascular disease (14:20).
Bonus Episode 3 - Jan 3, 2017 AFP: American Family Physician
Interview with John Meigs, MD, FAAFP, President of the American Academy of Family Physicians and family physician in Centreville, Alabama. Topics discussed include: expected changes in healthcare in 2017 and beyond, how students and family physicians can become more engaged, his favorite football team, and hidden talents.
Episode 28 - December 15, 2016 AFP: American Family Physician
Autism spectrum disorder (1:10), pediatric head injury (8:20), pediatric cholesterol guidelines (11:00), gastrointestinal complications in diabetes (13:20), and “Listening for a kinder, gentler, hospital experience” by Caroline Wellbery MD PhD and Eathan Janney (19:50).
Episode 22 - September 15, 2016 AFP: American Family Physician
Croup (1:10), skin cancer screening (4:00), clinical diagnosis of gout (6:10), STEPs for a new medicine for rosacea (8:00), atrial fibrillation (9:40), a look at diagnostic errors in medicine (13:10), and a response to a letter from a listener (16:00).
Episode 18 - July 15, 2016 AFP: American Family Physician
LIVE recording from the American Academy of Family Physicians National Conference of Students and Residents on July, 29, 2016. Topics include: Rhinosinusitis (2:00), liraglutide for weight loss (7:00), pharmacotherapy for alcohol use disorder (13:30), vaccine hesitancy (16:50), polycystic ovary syndrome (22:20), trigeminal neuralgia (27:10), screening for COPD (37:00), and genetic tests (39:00). Special features include: Live music, including the podcast theme song "We're on a Mission," (12:00) audience favorite ICD-10 codes (20:10), the new game "Name That Drug," (29:40) and an interview with AAFP Board Chair Bob Wergin, MD (40:50).
Episode 15 - June 1, 2016 AFP: American Family Physician
Diet and physical activity for cardiovascular disease prevention (1:00), screening for ovarian cancer (5:00), antiepileptic drugs (8:30), allergic conjunctivitis (10:10), genital herpes (12:00), corticosteroids for pneumonia (14:20), and a new feature, "Where I Listen to the AFP Podcast" (16:00)
Episode 13 - May 1, 2016 AFP: American Family Physician
Cervical radiculopathy (1:10), Bell palsy (5:20), fluoride varnish (7:50), prostate cancer survivors (10:30), screening for autism (14:40), the top 20 POEMs of 2015 (16:10), and an interview with Dr. Mike Sevilla (22:10). May 1, 2016 issue of AFP.
Episode 12 – Apr 15, 2016 AFP: American Family Physician
Cancer screening in older patients, a new drug for heart failure, counseling women about breast cancer, glaucoma, low troponin levels, adnexal masses, and an interview with Tiffany Ho a fourth-year medical student at Johns Hopkins University. April 15, 2016 issue of AFP.
Bonus Episode 2 – Mar 4, 2016 AFP: American Family Physician
Interview with family physician Dr. Sydnee McElroy and her husband Justin McElroy, co-hosts of the award-nominated podcast Sawbones: "A Marital Tour of Misguided Medicine." Sydnee is residency faculty at Marshall University in Huntington, West Virginia; Justin also co-hosts the comedy podcast "My Brother, My Brother, and Me."
Bonus Episode 1 – Feb 5, 2016 AFP: American Family Physician
Interview with J. Lloyd Michener, MD, Professor and Chairman of the Department of Community and Family Medicine at Duke University and co-founder of the "Practical Playbook," which builds collaboration between primary care and public health to improve health and reduce costs.