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Management of Idiopathic Generalized Epilepsies Video

Management of Idiopathic Generalized Epilepsies

Jeffrey Tsai, MD, PhD, provides an update on the management of idiopathic generalized epilepsies (IGE) including developing a treatment plan and recognizing cognitive and behavioral comorbidities of IGE.

The HPV + Head and Neck Cancer Epidemic: What You Need to Know Video

The HPV + Head and Neck Cancer Epidemic: What You Need to Know

Jeffrey Houlton, MD, gives a presentation on HPV and Oropharyngeal cancer.

Updates on Echocardiography in Heart Failure Video

Updates on Echocardiography in Heart Failure

James N. Kirkpatrick, MD, provides an update on echocardiography and heart failure.

Adolescent Scoliosis and Adult Spinal Deformity Video

Adolescent Scoliosis and Adult Spinal Deformity

Kushagra Verma, MD, assistant clinical professor of spine surgery at University of Washington, discusses adolescent scoliosis and adult spinal deformity.

Overview of Liver Transplantation Video

Overview of Liver Transplantation

Rex Cheng, MD provides an overview of liver transplantation.

Caring for Burns Outside the Burn Center Video

Caring for Burns Outside the Burn Center

In this presentation Samuel P. Mandell, MD helps us understand the principles of burn triage.

Identifying Hereditary Ovarian Cancer Risk: An Opportunity to Save Lives Video

Identifying Hereditary Ovarian Cancer Risk: An Opportunity to Save Lives

Elizabeth Swisher, MD, Professor, provides an update on identifying the hereditary ovarian cancer risks since this has gone through a major transformation in the recent year.

Urogynecology For the Primary Care Provider Video

Urogynecology For the Primary Care Provider

Cindi Lewis, MD, provides an overview of how to manage patients with urinary incontinence, and learn conservative management of fecal and urinary incontinence.

UW Medicine | Newsroom

How docs can manage our aging populace's constellations of meds

What consideration is given to research findings that implicate common medications with new risks?  

Washington state leading the way in suicide prevention

“All Patients Safe” is an interactive video training available to all healthcare providers as required by new state law.

Stomach-acid PPI meds don't heighten dementia risk, study indicates

Proton pump inhibitors (PPIs), such as Prevacid and Prilosec, have been linked to greater risks for several other conditions.

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