In this episode of the PowerMedEd Podcast, Dr. Christopher Jordan, a Sports Medicine Fellow, "tosses around" a plan for concussion management. You may find the following links helpful as you manage patients with concussions in your office.
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The rate of depression is higher in physicians than the general public. If you have not encountered depression in your own life, you have certainly seen the effects of depression among your colleagues. Dr. Nasr, a board-certified psychiatrist and a "physician for physicians", discusses why depression is increased among medical professionals. He also highlights ways to decrease depression and improve your own well-being.
Dr. Nasr received his medical degree from the American University of Beirut, Lebanon and completed his residency in psychiatry, including a consultation-liaison fellowship in neurology, at the University of Rochester School of Medicine in Rochester, NY. Since 1986, he has owned and operated Nasr Psychiatric Services in Michigan City. For the past 16 years, Dr. Nasr has also been the Behavioral Medicine Medical Director at St. Anthony Memorial Health Centers in Michigan City. Dr. Nasr serves as medical director of Memorial EPWORTH CENTER.
He has served as the psychiatric consultant to the counseling centers at the University of Notre Dame, Saint Mary’s College and Valparaiso University. Additionally, he has been an educational leader, first working at the Clinical Research Center of the University of Chicago at the Illinois State Psychiatric Institute and then University of Illinois at Chicago. He is now serving on the faculty of Indiana University School of Medicine’s Department of Psychiatry and the University of Notre Dame’s Department of Psychology. Dr. Nasr also participated in the formation of the Lebanese University School of Medicine in Beirut. He is board certified in general and geriatric psychiatry by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology and has been an examiner for the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology since 1981. Dr. Nasr is the author of over 90 publications and is the Associate Editor of Current Psychiatry.
All clinicians would like to have a psychiatrist in their office. In this episode ot the PowerMedEd Podcast, you have one. Join Dr. Robert Raster as he highlights outpatient psychiatry practice pearls. He focuses on anxiety with agoraphobia, bipolar disorder, depession, and resources for family members with schizophrenia. The PowerMedEd podcast provides educational information for medical professionals. Please use this information in conjunction with your own individual knowledge and experience. Specific information in this podcast may not be the best treament for any individual patient.
Early in 2016, the USPSTF updated their breast cancer screening guidelines. Join Dr. Laura Morris and I, as we discuss breast cancer screening, breast imaging modalities, management of "dense breast" mammography reports, as well as management of patients with a high lifetime breast cancer risk. Dr Laura Morris, a board-certified surgeon and director of the Women's Health Retreat at IU Health-Goshen, leads off the episode with a group presentation. Then we sit down to discuss these management issues and more in this PowerMedEd Podcast episode.
In our first podcast of 2016, join Dr. Leonard Henry, a board-certified surgeon and fellowship-trained surgical oncologist from the IU Health Goshen Center for Cancer Care, as he discusses the management of thyroid nodules. Dr. Steve Schrock joins Dr. Henry after his presentation and asks Dr. Henry for additional information regarding thyroid nodules.