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Showcasing major breakthroughs in the field, Project Oncology® educates and assists the heroes who dedicate their lives to pioneering new advancements in the war against cancer. Hear from leading oncologists as they discuss essential screening and diagnostic tools, emerging therapies, counseling strategies, and more.
 
As the prevalence of diabetes continues to rise, staying up to date on the latest advances in diabetic management and treatment is more essential than ever. With Diabetes Discourse, you’ll hear expert commentary on the latest therapeutic developments, self-monitoring advancements, and other evolving opportunities enhancing diabetic care. Because when it comes to managing diabetes, glucose control is just the beginning.
 
Not only is lung cancer the leading cause of cancer deaths among females and males, but it’s also the most common type of cancer. Despite its high prevalence and mortality rates, communicative care between non-small cell lung cancer (NSCLC) patients and their providers is still unfortunately lacking. In an effort to both address and resolve this disparity, Closing the Gaps in NSCLC will focus on the latest guidelines and the current therapeutic landscape within NSCLC. This non-certified educ ...
 
Welcome to the Deep Breaths: Updates from CHEST series, dedicated to championing the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of lung and chest diseases. Check out CHEST leaders and advocates sharing the latest in chest medicine education, clinical research, and team-based care in the areas of pulmonary diseases, critical care, and sleep medicine. Learn more about the latest diagnostic and treatment advances in pulmonology and critical care below. In Partnership with
 
Two of the most undervalued words in healthcare are locum tenens, which simply means “to take the place of someone temporarily.” In other words, it refers to physicians who fill in for other doctors for one reason or another. To highlight these physicians’ inspiring journeys, Spotlight on Locum Tenens shares the ups, downs, and all-around adventures of being a locum tenens. From beginning a career on this unorthodox path to traveling overseas after retirement, these physicians have done it a ...
 
Although we may not see tuberculosis cases too often, that doesn’t mean this disease isn’t out there. In fact, up to 13 million people are carrying the latent infection, which can asymptomatically exist in a patient for years and can be fatal if it isn’t caught early enough. That’s why knowing which of our patients are at risk and using effective screening measures are now more critical than ever. In the hopes of eradicating this disease once and for all, Tackling TB brings together experts ...
 
As research in inflammatory bowel diseases (IBD) advances, the landscape is rapidly evolving; requiring reinforcement of the most important and clinically relevant data. This educational series will provide the latest information on research, treatments, and management of IBD with a focus on the most pressing and relevant topics identified by the Crohn’s & Colitis Foundation's National Scientific Advisory Committee on Crohn’s Disease and Ulcerative Colitis. With 1.6 million Americans living ...
 
Join our hosts as they explore various genres in medical literature either for intellectual sustenance or for joy and entertainment. The ReachMD Book Club Series will introduce authors and topics to enliven and transform your reading experience. This series features a diverse array of medically-centered genres such as biographies and autobiographies, historicals, and contemporary fiction/non-fiction.
 
This unique series features the latest developments in medicine, science, and technology produced in conjunction with our sponsors, who are dedicated to bringing healthcare providers lively discussions with experts from around the country. Tune in each week to hear the latest podcasts from ReachMD's "Spotlight On" series.
 
This innovative series provides insight into the issues experienced by advanced practice healthcare clinicians as they deliver a broad range of medical services to a diverse population, interface with other healthcare providers and navigate their own career issues. Physicians and other health care professionals will gain insights into the world of these valued partners.
 
Villanova Health Summit brings together renowned leaders in the healthcare community representing diverse points of expertise such as bioengineering, law, ethics, hospital administration, bench-to-bedside research, and patient care. Featuring unique, multidiscplinary collaborations, this series explores novel approaches to some of the most pressing issues in healthcare today.
 
How do you know which vascular access device is right for your patients? Or when to consult with other healthcare professionals on the team? These are just some of the questions vascular access teams face daily when caring for their patients, and they’re not easy ones to answer. To help these teams optimize their approach in critical care settings, Vascular Viewpoints reviews the latest guidelines, patient-centered care decisions, interdisciplinary communication strategies, and more. Content ...
 
Welcome to the Women’s Health Update series, the latest edition of ReachMD’s Advances in Women’s Health. This series offers insight to improve gynecological care for women. Experts share evidence-based opinions on a variety of topics affecting your patients including: cervical cancer screening, abnormal uterine bleeding, management of preterm birth, and sexually transmitted infections.
 
Every generation strives to make the lives of our children happier, healthier and more productive. From cases of otitis media and current lipid management strategies, to the latest treatment options for traumatic brain injury, and the manifestation of rare chromosomal abnormalities, ReachMD explores the realm of children's health with a balanced lineup of leading medical experts in pediatrics and adolescent medicine. Join us to learn more!
 
Nearly half of the U.S. adult population has hypertension, which is why the American Heart Association and American Medical Association came together to help reduce the rates of uncontrolled blood pressure nationwide. Target: BP™, a comprehensive practice initiative, was created to reduce the number of Americans who have heart attacks and strokes by urging medical practices, health service organizations, and patients to prioritize blood pressure control. In collaboration with
 
Grand Rounds, a staple of American medical education for more than 100 years, spans every field of clinical practice. It is a master class on the art and science of medicine, delivered by renowned clinicians in academic settings nationwide. Yet in today's practice, where time is an all-too precious commodity, regular attendance at Grand Rounds sessions has become increasingly difficult. In response to this challenge, ReachMD brings the lecture hall to you, with these outstanding talks from t ...
 
As the second most common cancer among American women, breast cancer takes a heavy toll on our patients and our healthcare system as a whole. And since research efforts are constantly devoted to finding innovative diagnostic and treatment strategies, this Breaking Boundaries in Breast Cancer features the latest updates gathered from conferences held around the world and from top experts in the field.
 
This series gives healthcare professionals an opportunity to hear thought leaders in continuing medical education discuss issues related to methodology, effectiveness, funding, measurement, future technologies, and other aspects of CME that make the field so vibrant. The discussion will remind healthcare professionals how important and powerfully how they learn is related to what they learn, and motivate them to continue their lifelong learning and provide strategies for putting what they le ...
 
Between 50 and 60 percent of patients diagnosed with colorectal cancer will develop metastases during the course of their disease, spreading to the lungs, liver, or other secondary location. To help physicians tackle this very real threat facing their patients, Conversations on Colorectal Cancer focuses on the current guidelines and therapeutic landscape for metastatic colorectal cancer (mCRC). This non-certified educational series is sponsored by Lilly. Content for this series is produced a ...
 
When tested by major catastrophes, the medical community has responded. We banded together to provide emergency medical care and ongoing relief after the earthquake in Haiti and Hurricane Katrina, while the September 11thattacks brought out the best in medical response teams and care providers. Yet every emergency presents unique challenges and learning opportunities. ReachMD scrutinizes our disaster medicine plans, preparedness protocols, and emergency response capabilities. How are we prep ...
 
Changes to the Medicare payment system are on the horizon, and physicians around the country are wondering how the new Medicare Access and CHIP Reauthorization Act (MACRA) will impact their practices. This series from the American Medical Association provides an inside look at what’s to come and what physicians can do now to prepare for the transition to MACRA. Hear from industry experts and physician leaders about their experiences with new payment models, quality reporting and more. Sponso ...
 
Since heart disease is one of the leading causes of death in the U.S., cardiologists are continuously working to better understand and fight this common disease. Heart Matters dives into those findings and reviews everything you need to know about promising new technologies and key research efforts in heart disease.
 
Advances in Women’s Health addresses advances, breakthroughs and treatments for conditions related to women’s health, as well as preventive measures physicians can advise their patients to pursue. Topics will include breast health as it relates to cancer, ethnicity, fertility and pregnancy; osteoporosis; female athletes’ health and emotional issues; pregnancy and all facets related to it; aging; nutrition and health; eating disorders; alternative medicine; and sex education.
 
Second only to your patients, your career in healthcare is of utmost importance to all healthcare professionals. Your Career in Healthcare is a series of informative programs that will help you make the most of your career from a business and employment perspective. The series will provide you with the information and perspective you need to make the most of your career and practice choices.
 
Medicine is both art and science. It wrestles with details and broad concepts. Mistakes are both bad and good. It is the height of technology, and the one-on one conversation. It is mundane and it is dramatic. Part profession. Part trade. What can we learn from our history that will give us insight into the sources the courage to move forward? Inspired to Act is a series of personal conversations with some of the most compelling figures in modern medicine — designed to inform, educate and in ...
 
Affecting less than 200,000 people in the US each year, sickle cell disease (SCD) remains a rare but painful and often misunderstood illness. Patients suffering from SCD often fly under the radar for critical early-stage diagnosis, which can lead to future complications and poor outcomes. This series seeks to bridge the gap in SCD education for healthcare providers on the frontlines of emergency medicine to improve patient care. Hear from experts in the field as they discuss common misconcep ...
 
Hosted by renowned dietitian Kathy King, NutritionEdge explores the latest scientific updates, sociopolitical initiatives, and controversial practice trends in nutrition and dietetics. Combining insights from Kathy King with perspectives from key experts in the field, NutritionEdge tackles important nutrition topics from a variety of standpoints such as medical genetics, chronic disease prevention, integrative medicine, psychology, and agricultural science. Ms. King, Founder and President of ...
 
Most children get to focus on homework, sports, and spending time with friends, but for those with a peanut allergy, they must be constantly alert to the dangers everyday activities can pose. About two students in every classroom have a food allergy, and with the possibility of a severe reaction like anaphylaxis occurring, avoidance is clearly no longer enough. To drive awareness of its increasing prevalence, Cracking the Code on Peanut Allergies brings together leaders in the field to explo ...
 
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Host: Paul Doghramji, MD Guest: Tony Y. Hu, PhD Since treatment outcomes vary greatly between lung cancer patients—even among those who are diagnosed at the same stages of disease—much research has been devoted to finding biomarkers that identify patients who are most likely to develop metastatic disease. Here to walk us through a promising line of…
 
Host: Paul Doghramji, MD Guest: Tony Y. Hu, PhD One of the biggest blindspots for those who care for patients with lung cancer is not knowing whose disease is going to metastasize quickly and who, by extension, would benefit from the most aggressive treatments up front. But the entrance of better detection methods, such as biomarkers and assay test…
 
Guest: Michael R. Shafique, MD After many decades of trying to improve the outcomes of patients with advanced non-small cell lung cancer, we may finally have the therapeutic approach that achieves that goal: maintenance therapy. Join Dr. Michael Shafique, an Assistant Professor of Thoracic Oncology at the Moffitt Cancer Center, as he reviews the da…
 
Guest: Michael R. Shafique, MD The therapies that have been approved for non-small cell lung cancer stimulate the immune system to attack cancer cells… But what happens when they do too good a job of that and stimulate the immune system to inflame other parts of the body as well? Dr. Michael Shafique from the Moffitt Cancer Center breaks down the m…
 
Guest: Edward S. Kim, MD When looking at the non-small cell lung cancer landscape, we’re now seeing the emergence of several genetic markers that may have therapies linked to them, and one of those markers is the RET fusion that exists. Join Dr. Edward Kim as he gets us caught up on the investigational therapies targeting RET-mutated non-small cell…
 
Host: Peter Buch, MD, FACG, AGAF, FACP Guest: Douglas Drossman, MD Guest: Johannah Ruddy, MEd Strong communication is a critical component in improving health outcomes for patients with IBS. What do we need to know to help our patients feel heard and valued? Dr. Peter Buch is joined by Dr. Douglas Drossman, President of the Rome Foundation, and Ms.…
 
Host: Paul P. Doghramji, MD, FAAFP Guest: Edward S. Kim, MD Thanks to recent research, we can now use a non-small cell cancer patient’s cancer type and genomic makeup to create targeted treatment plans. Joining Dr. Paul Doghramji to share what that approach looks like in practice is Dr. Edward Kim, the Chair of Solid Tumor Oncology and Investigatio…
 
Host: Peter Buch, MD, FACG, AGAF, FACP Guest: Douglas Drossman, MD Guest: Johannah Ruddy, MEd Patients suffering from disorders of the gut-brain interaction are often subjected to stigma. But what can we do to help challenge these stigmas? Here today is Dr. Peter Buch who will be joined by Dr. Douglas Drossman, President of the Rome Foundation, and…
 
Host: Jennifer Caudle, DO Guest: Kelly Cawcutt, MD How has the COVID-19 pandemic changed vascular access paradigms in the intensive care unit? Joining Dr. Jennifer Caudle to share her story and lessons learned from the pandemic is Dr. Kelly Cawcutt, an Assistant Professor in the Department of Internal Medicine and the Associate Medical Director of …
 
Guest: Xiaohong Wang, MD, PhD Association of Biomarker Cutoffs and Endoscopic Outcomes in Crohn's Disease: A Post Hoc Analysis From the CALM Study Walter Reinisch, Remo Panaccione, Peter Bossuyt, Filip Baert, Alessandro Armuzzi, Xavier Hébuterne, Simon Travis, Silvio Danese, William J Sandborn, Stefan Schreiber, Sofie Berg, Qian Zhou, Kristina Klig…
 
Host: Hector O. Chapa, MD Guest: Cameron Ayala Hundreds of millions of people worldwide suffer from lymphedema and lymphatic diseases. Joining us to provide a personal perspective on this condition is Cameron Ayala, a former reality TV persona, compression specialist lymphedema, and lymphedema patient, who will be sharing his experience with Dr. He…
 
Host: Peter Buch, MD, FACG, AGAF, FACP Guest: Andres Nieto, MD The COVID-19 pandemic has demonstrated the effectiveness of telemedicine, but will this approach still be utilized after the pandemic ends? Dr. Peter Buch is joined by Dr. Andres Nieto, Assistant Professor at Frank H. Netter MD School of Medicine, to discuss the role of telemedicine and…
 
Guest: Tina Aswani Omprakash Wellness includes many different aspects, but what about mental health and the stressors of life that affect IBD patients? Joining Dr. Charles Turck to share key takeaways from a session at the 2021 Crohn’s and Colitis Congress called “Holistic View of IBD Diet Disparities and Well-Being” is Tina Aswani Omprakash, patie…
 
Host: Peter Buch, MD, FACG, AGAF, FACP Guest: Scott Gabbard, MD Dyspepsia affects a large number of Americans. But what exactly is dyspepsia? And how can we distinguish dyspepsia from other diseases? Joining Dr. Peter Buch to answer those and other questions is Dr. Scott Gabbard, who’s the section head of the Neurogastroenterology and Motility Cent…
 
Host: Jacob Sands, MD Guest: Aaron S. Mansfield, MD There are different treatment options available for early-stage mesothelioma, and there seem to be differences in standard practice from one center to the next. Joining Dr. Jacob Sands to share how he approaches the treatment of early-stage mesothelioma using the latest options is Dr. Aaron Mansfi…
 
Host: Peter Buch, MD, FACG, AGAF, FACP Guest: Douglas K. Rex, MD Millions of colonoscopies are performed each year in the United States, but which indicators should we be using to measure the quality of these procedures? Dr. Peter Buch is joined by Dr. Douglas Rex, Distinguished Professor Emeritus of Medicine at Indiana University School of Medicin…
 
Host: Peter Buch, MD, FACG, AGAF, FACP Guest: John Allen, MD The world of healthcare continues to drastically change over the years. But what do you need to know about the variety of employment models available for gastroenterologists today? Dr. Peter Buch is joined by Dr. John Allen, Clinical Professor of Medicine at the University of Michigan Sch…
 
Host: Christopher T. Ritchlin, MD, MPH Guest: Petros Efthimiou, MD, FACR Guest: Olga Petryna, MD, FACR Is it time to connect the dots between systemic juvenile idiopathic arthritis (SJIA) and adult-onset Still’s disease (AOSD)? There is a growing recognition that SJIA and AOSD represent the same disease continuum with different ages of onset.1 Both…
 
Guest: Bella Mehta, MBBS, MS, MD Guest: Olga Petryna, MD, FACR Catch up on the top abstracts related to Still’s disease that were presented at ACR Convergence 2020 with Dr. Bella Mehta from Cornell Hospital for Special Surgery and Dr. Olga Petryna from NYU Langone Medical Center. This presentation is sponsored by Novartis Medical Affairs and all sp…
 
Guest: Laura Coates, MBChB, MRCP, PhD Guest: Alexis Ogdie, MD, MSCE Join Dr. Laura Coates from the University of Oxford and Dr. Alexis Ogdie from the University of Pennsylvania as they walk us through the top abstracts on spondyloarthritis that were presented at ACR Convergence 2020. This presentation is sponsored by Novartis Medical Affairs and al…
 
Host: Shannon L. Meeks, MD Guest: Jonathan C. Roberts, MD Dr. Shannon Meeks and Dr. Jonathan Roberts give an overview of the treatments used for the management of hemophilia A and discuss the safety and efficacy of these treatments. Using a patient case, they illustrate the pharmacovigilance process and explain how to implement this important repor…
 
Host: Jennifer Caudle, DO Guest: Fernando Uriel Garcia, MD Pathologist Fernando Uriel Garcia, MD provides his perspective on the importance of the biomarkers in determining patient prognosis and potential implications depending on a patient's biomarker status. © 2021 Pfizer Inc. All rights reserved. PP-BCE-USA-0289 April 2021…
 
Host: Lee P. Shulman, MD, FACMG, FACOG Guest: Barbara Dehn Physicians continue to seek the safest and most effective formulations for combined hormonal contraceptives (CHCs). The goal is to ensure that the patient’s chosen option optimizes the many benefits of estrogen but also reduces its adverse events—particularly those that are cardiovascular a…
 
Host: Shannon L. Meeks, MD Guest: Cindy Leissinger, MD Pharmacovigilance begins after clinical trials end and new therapies enter everyday practice. Due to the rarity of hemophilia, participation in clinical trials has necessarily been small, and so monitoring the safety of new hemophilia treatments is especially important. Continued surveillance o…
 
Host: Javed Butler, MD, MPH, MBA Guest: Paul W. Armstrong, MD Finding the optimal treatment strategy for patients with worsening heart failure with reduced ejection fraction (HFrEF) can be challenging, and long-term outcomes are poor. Can newer therapies and novel mechanisms of action finally help close the treatment gap for these patients? Join Dr…
 
Host: Michael S. Ip, MD Guest: Christina Y. Weng, MD, MBA For patients with retinal vascular disease, time is vision. But there are key components that can help you diagnose early neovascular age-related macular degeneration and retinal vein occlusion before permanent vision loss occurs. Drs. Michael Ip and Christina Weng discuss warning signs, ris…
 
Host: Diana Shechtman, OD, FAAO Guest: Mark T. Dunbar, OD, FAAO Early diagnosis and early treatment of age-related macular degeneration (AMD) and retinal vein occlusion (RVO) can be critical to preserving a patient’s vision. How can optometrists, who are on the frontlines of eye care, diagnose and refer patients early in the disease process to ensu…
 
Host: Adrienne W. Scott, MD Guest: Peter A. Campochiaro, MD Guest: Rahul N. Khurana, MD Retinal vein occlusion (RVO) can lead to macular edema, which is the main cause of vision loss. Accordingly, retina specialists know that time is vision and prompt intervention is critical to good outcomes in patients with RVO. Join our discussion with Drs. Camp…
 
Host: Peter K. Kaiser, MD Guest: Dante J. Pieramici, MD Correctly identifying retinal diseases early on is essential in preserving your patients’ vision. How do physicians distinguish key pathological features to identify early neovascular age-related macular degeneration (AMD) and retinal vein occlusion (RVO) before macular edema leads to permanen…
 
Host: Emily Chew, MD Guest: Neil Bressler, MD Guest: Joseph M. Coney, MD Guest: Steven Ferrucci, OD, FAAO Approximately 2 million individuals in the United States are living with age-related macular degeneration (AMD), and another 1.6 million are living with retinal vein occlusion (RVO). These numbers are increasing daily due to an aging population…
 
Host: Carol Wysham, MD Guest: Irl Hirsch, MD, MACP How is technology like continuous glucose monitors impacting the way we care for patients with diabetes, especially amid the COVID-19 pandemic? To learn more about the technological advancements in diabetes care, Dr. Carol Wysham speaks with Dr. Irl Hirsch, a Professor in Diabetes Treatment and Tea…
 
Guest: Monica L. Baskin, PhD Guest: Josep M. Llovet, MD, PhD Hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC) is the most common form of liver cancer. Patients with advanced disease at diagnosis typically are not candidates for potentially curative treatment options, such as resection, liver transplantation, or ablation. Additionally, liver cirrhosis and hepatic dys…
 
Host: Carol Wysham, MD Guest: Irl Hirsch, MD, MACP Why was there so much discordance between some patients’ GMI and their measured A1C? That’s the exact question Dr. Irl Hirsch from the University of Washington School of Medicine asked and explored in a paper he recently co-authored. And now Dr. Hirsch is here to share his findings.…
 
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