Podcast of the Week: The Curbsiders Internal Medicine

This podcast is good for those who are interested in: Internal Medicine, Family Medicine, Primary Care, Hospital Medicine

Typical length of episodes: 1 hour to 1 hour 30 minutes

How often a new episode comes out: Weekly

Episode topics: heart disease, obesity, diabetes, cardiac imaging, migraines, fibromyalgia, hypertension, cholesterol, osteoporosis, insomnia, testosterone, functional medicine, dementia and more

Sample episode — “#88 Acid base, boy bands, and grandfather clocks with Joel Topf MD”: Chief of Neurology at Kashlak Memorial Hospital Joel Topf, MD joins to relay his 5 key steps for interpreting acid-base disorders.

Tidbit about the show: The first 15 minutes of every episode are dedicated to either a segment on mentorship, faculty development, medical picks of the week, or anything to ease guests into the main topic. (Listeners can choose to skip this part and review the timestamped show notes to find out exactly when the clinical topic starts.)

About the hosts:

Matthew Watto, MD is an internist and clinician educator. His likes include Geriatrics, Palliative/Hospice Medicine, physician wellness and entrepreneurship. Dislikes include store bought pasta sauce, toddler tantrums and reality tv.

Stuart Brigham, MD is an internist who has devoted himself to medical education and raising way too many children. On the show he is known as the “stuart-of-all trades” for being well-versed in coding, accounting, woodworking, music composition, finance, diving, videogames and sci-fi.

Paul Williams, MD is an internist and clinician educator. When he’s not pursuing his interests in medical education and transitions of care, he turns to his musical, cinematic and literary pursuits.

Listen via: iTunes, Stitcher, Podbean

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