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Physician Assistant IN Education (PAINE) Podcast

This is the PAINE Podcast. A podcast for physician assistants to prepare for passing the PANCE/PANRE, as well as staying up to date on clinical literature. Every month I breakdown a topic on the NCCPA blueprint and tell you what you need to know when studying for your boards.
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Mar 27, 2020

 

This weekly addition to the PAINE Podcast is a quick review and history of medical eponyms

 

Mar 25, 2020

I hope everyone is doing OK as we battle this COVID-19 pandemic.  It certainly is not easy and I trust everyone is doing their part to help get your communities through the next few weeks and months.  This recording for March in hematology month is going to focus on acute myeloid leukemia, or AML

Mar 20, 2020

This weekly addition to the PAINE Podcast is a quick review and history of medical eponyms

Mar 13, 2020

This weekly addition to the PAINE Podcast is a quick review and history of medical eponyms

Mar 2, 2020

This weekly addition to the PAINE Podcast is a quick review and history of medical eponyms

Feb 28, 2020

This weekly addition to the PAINE Podcast is a quick review and history of medical eponyms

Feb 20, 2020

As we are rounding off Women’s Health month on the podcast, I thought I would tackle a condition that everyone knows a little about, but might not know a lot about….and that is PCOS.  We will cover the definition, pathophysiology, signs and symptoms, diagnostic criteria, and management of a potentially life altering disease for some.

Feb 19, 2020

 

This weekly addition to the PAINE Podcast is a quick review and history of medical eponyms

 

Feb 14, 2020

This weekly addition to the PAINE Podcast is a quick review and history of medical eponyms

 

Feb 7, 2020

 

This weekly addition to the PAINE Podcast is a quick review and history of medical eponyms

 

Jan 31, 2020

This weekly addition to the PAINE Podcast is a quick review and history of medical eponyms

Jan 27, 2020

We covered heart failure in depth in 2019, but the NCCPA blueprint also have the different types of cardiomyopathies listed.  So for the first topic of season 5, I figured we would review the definitions, pathophysiology, causes, and distinguishing characteristics of these subtype of cardiomyopathies

Jan 24, 2020

This weekly addition to the PAINE Podcast is a quick review and history of medical eponyms

Jan 17, 2020

This weekly addition to the PAINE Podcast is a quick review and history of medical eponyms

Jan 10, 2020

This weekly addition to the PAINE Podcast is a quick review and history of medical eponyms

Dec 27, 2019

This weekly addition to the PAINE Podcast is a quick review and history of medical eponyms

 

Dec 25, 2019

The episode for Season 3 and quick HEENT blueprint topic review

Dec 20, 2019

This weekly addition to the PAINE Podcast is a quick review and history of medical eponyms

Dec 13, 2019

 

This weekly addition to the PAINE Podcast is a quick review and history of medical eponyms

 

Dec 6, 2019

Student Spotlight Series is where we get to pick the brain of a current PA student on all things about getting into PA school, surviving in PA school, and how to be successful.

Nov 22, 2019

Student Spotlight Series is where we get to pick the brain of a current PA student on all things about getting into PA school, surviving in PA school, and how to be successful.

Nov 15, 2019

Student Spotlight Series is where we get to pick the brain of a current PA student on all things about getting into PA school, surviving in PA school, and how to be successful.

Nov 15, 2019

This weekly addition to the PAINE Podcast is a quick review and history of medical eponyms

Nov 14, 2019

If you all haven’t figured out yet, I love clinical decision instruments.  Taking clinical variables and applying them the to validated statistical studies to estimate pretest probability and predict clinically significant injuries is a large part of emergency medicine.  We have a lot of patients walk through the doors in the emergency department and if we ordered everything on everyone, the cost to the medical system would skyrocket and the wait times would be awful.  So for this episode, I want to review the Ottawa Rules of foot/ankle, knee, c-spine, head, and subarachnoid hemorrhage.  If you are not using these in your practice, you should.

Nov 8, 2019

This weekly addition to the PAINE Podcast is a quick review and history of medical eponyms

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