Preoperative evaluation in children (1:50), oral vs. intramuscular vitamin B12 (6:10), overuse of interventional procedures for low back pain (7:30), acute stroke diagnosis (9:40), antibiotics for sore throat (13:50), and topical treatment for mild to moderate acne (17:00).
Metabolic surgery for adult obesity (1:40), predicting dementia (5:30), distribution of Spanish-speaking family physicians (8:00), community-acquired pneumonia in adults (9:50), screening for atrial fibrillation (16:00), and SGLT-2 inhibitors and GLP-1 receptor agonists in type 2 diabetes (17:50).
Constipation in children (1:30), nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs for low back pain (5:10), psoriasis (7:10), evaluation after first seizure (9:50), and kinesiology taping (14:50).
Supervised injection sites (1:30), MyProstateScore (4:40), sexually transmitted infections (9:10), Paxlovid (15:10), salt intake for patients with chronic kidney disease (17:20), and child maltreatment (20:20).
Chlamydial and gonococcal infections (1:30), relapse of depression (6:50), where clinical practice guidelines go wrong (8:50), ulcerative colitis (11:10), vasomotor symptoms of menopause (17:00), and the number needed to treat game (19:30).
Recurrent venous thromboembolism (1:30), antifungals for vulvovaginal candidiasis (4:30), common sleep disorders in adults (6:50), why physicians should not prescribe aducanumab for Alzheimer disease (14:40), medical care for adults with Down Syndrome (17:10), and alcoholic hepatitis (19:10).
The AFP Podcast welcomes Will Flanary, MD, aka Dr. Glaucomflecken, for some bonus laughs and bonus eye content.
Thalassemia (1:30), casts for scaphoid fractures (6:40), abdominal pain (10:30), bacterial meningitis in children (12:40), parathyroid disorders (15:50), and AFP clinical answers (20:50).
Appropriate use of electrocardiography in preparticipation physical evaluations (1:30), curbing cascades of care (4:20), sacroiliac joint dysfunction (6:10), health care–associated infections (10:50), preventing dental caries (15:00), and caring for patients who are Muslim who fast during Ramadan (17:50).
Topical nitroglycerin for lower-extremity tendinopathy (1:30), maturity-onset diabetes of the young (3:30), remdesivir for COVID-19 (9:50), pulmonary rehabilitation (13:00), borderline personality disorder (15:20), and Cologuard for colorectal cancer screening (19:00).
Common sleep disorders in children (1:40), colorectal cancer screening (6:50), hemoptysis (13:00), and POEMs: Valentine's edition (17:10).
Platelet-rich plasma for alopecia (2:10), cluster headaches (4:20), PrecivityAD for Alzheimer disease (8:20), muscle relaxants for low back pain (10:50), pruritus (12:20), and compression stockings to prevent deep vein thrombosis (16:20).
Transient global amnesia (1:40), paliforzia for peanut allergy (4:50), walking for hypertension (10:00), adenomyosis (11:40), saturated fat (15:10), and treatments for type 2 diabetes mellitus (19:40).
The advocacy episode: How can family physicians, students, and residents best advocate for our specialty, our patients, and our communities? Special guests are AAFP Board Member, Dr. Sarah Nosal; AAFP Senior Vice President, Stephanie Quinn; state legislator Representative, Kelli Butler; former state legislator, Senator Heather Carter; and former Director of State Department of Health Services, Will Humble. Topics include the first steps for becoming an advocate, using your voice, the five types of advocacy, engaging with your legislators, AAFP advocacy priorities, the role of professional associations, and the most important issues decided on a state level.
Community-acquired pneumonia in children (1:30), neonatal sepsis calculator (5:40), COVID-19 booster vaccinations (8:20), prediabetes diagnosis: helpful or harmful (10:00), septic arthritis (13:00), and Lyme disease (16:40).
Cannabis essentials (1:30), comprehensive care (6:30), probiotics for antibiotic-associated diarrhea (8:00), hepatitis C (10:50), dismantling anti-Black racism (17:40), screening for gestational diabetes (20:20), and holiday ICD-10 codes (22:50).
Altered mental status (1:30), treatment for migraines (6:10), tirbanibulin (9:40), basal cell carcinoma (13:10), end-stage renal disease (16:20), and antibiotic therapy in community-acquired pneumonia (21:40).
Vocal cord dysfunction (1:30), injections for trigger finger (3:50), Mycoplasma genitalium (5:40), fetal growth restriction (8:40), coenzyme Q10 (13:50), and dual antiplatelet therapy for stroke (17:00).
Hepatitis A (1:30), screening for ovarian cancer (5:30), refusing gifts from industry (8:00), diabetes-related foot infection (11:30), ultrasonography for peripheral intravenous catheters (16:40), and venous thromboembolism (18:30).
Interventions to improve use of continuous positive airway pressure (1:30), onychomycosis (4:20), racial disparities at the end of life (8:30), osteomyelitis (10:10), diet and physical activity for cardiovascular disease prevention (15:10), and neonatal resuscitation (19:20).
Hosts Ramla N. Kasozi, MD, MPH, and James Smith MD, MPH, board certified family physicians and recent residency graduates, welcome special guest Renee Crichlow, MD, family medicine faculty and leader, for a discussion of anti-racism, building community, breaking down barriers for medical education and minoritized students and faculty, and the importance of a patron in your career. Drs. Kasozi and Smith share their own thoughts on racism and its role in the history of medical education, challenges for minoritized learners in medical education, and share their 10 suggestions about what you can do right now.
Hereditary hemochromatosis (1:30), remdesivir (5:00), race-based clinical algorithms (8:30), melatonin in older adults (10:50), alcohol withdrawal syndrome (13:40), and epidural corticosteroid injections (18:50).
Lower extremity cellulitis (1:30), Kawasaki disease (4:00), pelvic floor muscle training (8:20), parasitic infections (10:30), Helicobacter pylori infection treatment (16:50), and calprotectin in the evaluation of inflammatory bowel disease (19:50).
Human papillomavirus (1:40), state-level variation in primary care (5:30), dysmenorrhea (7:40), diverticulitis (11:00), physical activity to prevent depression (12:40), diabetes medications and cardiovascular outcomes (15:00).
Care of the college student (1:40), fallacies and dangers of race-based medicine (4:40), intrauterine devices for heavy bleeding (6:50), pertussis (9:30), ultrasonography for small bowel obstruction (15:30), and COVID-19 postdischarge (17:30).