Featured Learning Spotlights
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Baylor College of Medicine Long-COVID Syndrome Forum 2022
This forum from December 2022 assembled Baylor College of Medicine faculty and collaborators to share research and insights from recent experience with Long-COVID to address the ongoing needs of patients.
0.25 hrs. - 0.5 hrs., Videos, CME credit.
Screening for Primary Aldosteronism in Treatment Resistant Hypertension
These educational modules aim to drive quality improvement processes and increase screening rates of primary aldosteronism by identifying a range of screening indicators, with an emphasis on patients with resistant hypertension.
.25 hrs. - 0.75 hrs., Videos, CME credit.
Connections: Reflections from the Frontlines of the COVID Pandemic
NEW - Episode 3, features Sergio Trevino Castillo, MD, MBA, an infectious diseases and critical care physician at Baylor St Luke's Medical Center and assistant professor at Baylor College of Medicine. Join Dr. Castillo as he reflects on the first two years of COVID-19 – the humbling battle to save lives, the extraordinary measures taken to protect each other, and the surprising way of finding new resolve for a challenging profession.
This podcast series captures the experiences of health care professionals during the first two years of the COVID-19 pandemic. Structured as one-on-one interviews with an accompanying sketchbook, these brief conversations capture what was lost, what was found, and what was discovered by a spectrum of frontline health workers.
0.25 hrs., Videos, CME credit.
Precision Medicine Grand Rounds: Cardiovascular Disease Prevention
Dr. Christie Ballantyne, Director of the BCM Center for Cardiometabolic Disease Prevention shares a personal look at the trajectory of precision medicine, its role today, and the promise for the future of cardiovascular disease prevention.
1 hrs., Video, CME credit.
IPASS: Standardizing Hand-offs
Dr. Allison Heinen, Associate Program Director for the Internal Medicine Residency Program and Hospitalist at CHI St. Luke’s presents a course to train attending physicians and faculty in supervising handoffs in the clinical learning environment.
0.25 hrs., Video, CME credit.
Health Equity Grand Rounds
Dr. Jean L. Raphael, Associate Director of the Center of Excellence in Health Equity, Training & Research, introduces a learning series that creates a forum for improving health care delivery and health equity by understanding and addressing systemic topics such as persistent health disparities, social determinants of health, cultural or linguistic competency, and social justice.
1 hrs., Videos, CME credit.
Through two Datathons, BCM-IT has provided hands-on training for faculty (new and experienced) to investigate clinical questions. Datathon is intended for a wide range of learners interested in using data to answer questions in the areas of quality improvement, population health, clinical research, and education.
1 hrs., Videos, CME credit.
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