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When Accuracy Becomes Passé: AI Ethics for the Coming Era of Exceptional AI

Dr. Kristin Kostick-Quentin discusses potential future applications of generative artificial intelligence (AI) in the medical field and how we will need to reconsider medical and professional ethics as AI continues to advance in capacity and prevalence.

CME & Ethic credit available

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Risky Business: What Every Physician Should Know to Protect Against a Government Investigation or Prosecution

Jose Vela Jr., J.D., discusses key laws that prohibit or impose limitations on certain business relationships, emphasizing the importance of adhering to legal frameworks to avoid potential penalties related to medical licensing.

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Suicidal Recovery Predicted by MicroRNAS as Epigenetic Plasma Biomarkers

Dr. Thomas Kosten discusses his research on the role of biomarkers, specifically epigenetic microRNAs, in suicidality and recovery from attempted suicide.

CME credit available

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The Mouse Metabolism and Phenotyping Core at Baylor College of Medicine

Dr. Pradip Saha discusses the function of the Mouse Metabolism and Phenotyping Core and the benefits of animal models in scientific research and how they can advance our understanding of the genetics, pathogenesis, and prevention of endocrine diseases and disorders of metabolism. 

CME credit available

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Concepts in Professionalism

Dr. Thomas Nasca shares his reflections on the ethical foundations of medicine as a profession, the formation of physician professional identity, the role of trust-worthiness in medicine, and next steps in the improvement of professionalism in medicine.

CME credit available

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Renovations in the House of Medicine

Dr. Joseph Hill discusses the history of cardiovascular disease management and the evolution of cardiovascular disease as the leading cause of death in the world. He describes advances in research to prevent and manage cardiovascular disease and its common comorbidities, diabetes and obesity.

CME credit available

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Astro-Ethics: Grand Ethical Challenges for Safeguarding Human Health in Outer Space

Dr. Eric Bershad, Dr. Emmanuel Urquieta, and Senior Biomedical Engineer Jimmy Wu discuss ethical considerations of monitoring, treating, and conducting research on people taking part in space flight operations.

CME credit available

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Obesity: Trends and Management

Dr. Juliet Holder-Haynes shares her perspective on the management of obesity as a surgeon in the Division of Metabolic and Bariatric Surgery. She reviews the epidemiology and pathophysiology of obesity and the surgical treatment options and their indications.

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Increasing Efficacy of Treatment for Survivors of Human Trafficking: Treating PTSD and Complex PTSD through a Collaborative Approach

Dr. Naomi Azar discusses the concepts and ethical treatment of PTSD and complex PTSD, specifically in survivors of human trafficking.

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Coaching to Mitigate Burnout and Foster Team Wellness

Dr. Lacey L. Schmidt discusses the factors that make heath care a high-risk profession in terms of burnout, and coaching strategies to help mitigate those risks in yourself and your patient care team.

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