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The American Healthcare System How We Got Here and Where We Are Going Video

The American Healthcare System How We Got Here and Where We Are Going

Larry Dean, MD, discusses the economics of healthcare, particularly as it focuses on hospitals and physicians.

Toxicants, Toxins and the Nervous System Video

Toxicants, Toxins and the Nervous System

Lucio G Costa, PhD, discusses toxicants, toxins and the nervous system.

Bleeding in Early Pregnancy and Viability Testing Video

Bleeding in Early Pregnancy and Viability Testing

Mary Lou Kopas, CNM, reviews appropriate history, exam, labs and imaging to assess bleeding in early pregnancy and appreciating the importance of ruling out an ectopic.

Cardio-Oncology: Risks of Cardiovascular Complications in Cancer Survivors Video

Cardio-Oncology: Risks of Cardiovascular Complications in Cancer Survivors

Richard Cheng, MD, gives an overview of the risk of cardiovascular complications in cancer survivors.

Terrible Triad Injuries and the Complex Elbow: Elbow Stiffness after a Terrible Triad Video

Terrible Triad Injuries and the Complex Elbow: Elbow Stiffness after a Terrible Triad

Douglas P. Hanel, MD, discusses the treatment of elbow injuries, surgical strategies and post-operative treatment.

Overview of Liver Transplantation Video

Overview of Liver Transplantation

Rex Cheng, MD provides an overview of liver transplantation.

Pre-hospital Management with Dr. Saman Arbabi Video

Pre-hospital Management with Dr. Saman Arbabi

Saman Arbabi, MD, discusses the importance of prehospital care and how it affects outcomes of patients with Traumatic Brain Injuries.

Mentoring: If You Can't See Where You Are Going, Ask Someone Who Has Been There Before Video

Mentoring: If You Can't See Where You Are Going, Ask Someone Who Has Been There Before

Barbara Goff, MD, gives a presentation on the importance of mentorship, how to mentor, and how to seek out good mentorship.

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Researchers create road map for pediatric head trauma

Protocol known as PEGASUS published in The Lancet Child & Adolescent Health.

Study to map this season's flu virus in Seattle

Researchers are creating a citywide network to detect and track influenza.

10% of patients halt statins on their own, report shows

Side effects attributed to the drugs should be discussed with a doctor first, UW Medicine cardiologist says.

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