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Conflicts of Interest

This two-part video series addresses ethical issues related to conflicts of interest with patients in healthcare settings and conflicts of interest arising from relationships with industry. These videos encourage participants to think about the numerous ways possible conflicts of interest can arise and how physicians’ ethical responsibilities influence best practices and recommendations regarding how these situations should be managed. 

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Review of Importance of Huddles

Ms. Michelle Keefer of Press Ganey Forsta presented a "Review of the Importance of Huddles" to the Baylor Medicine Clinical Practice Committee in March 2023. 

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Survivorship Care as a Prevention Opportunity

Dr. Elizabeth Kvale discusses her work studying cancer survivors, their on-going healthcare needs related to their cancer and exposure to cancer treatments, and special considerations for health surveillance in this population.

CME credit available

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Physician-led Video Series: Listening Behavior Course and Tools

Similar to other skills in medicine, listening to the patient is a technique that can be refined. Listening is a key driver in how the patient feels about their experience. In partnership with NRC Health, the Patient Experience Team has compiled evidence based best practices into a toolkit for Providers. These tools are designed to help you demonstrate to the patient that you are listening. 

No CME credit is designated 

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Passport for Care: A Useful Resource for the Delivery of Care to Childhood Cancer Survivors

The Passport For Care (PFC) is a clinical decision support tool, that is freely available to clinicians and to survivors themselves and makes available a survivorship care plan and guideline-based recommendations tailored to the survivor’s history of treatment exposure. This module introduces to clinicians the PFC, its benefits, and how it may be used to guide follow-up screening for late effects of cancer treatment.  

CME credit available 

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Opioid Use in Older Adults

With the growing opioid pandemic, there is a need to educate prescribers on appropriate utilization of opioids in their care of elderly. There is a need to familiarize physicians with the Texas State code requirements regarding proper screening and pain management contracts.

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Baylor College of Medicine Long-COVID Syndrome Forum 2022

The Post-COVID Forum is an event to invite all faculty involved in the Post-COVID Care Clinic and in COVID research to speak on their experiences and lessons learned. Our goal is to continue to identify pathways to build access to healthcare, define care models for long-COVID patients, and continue research to understand the mechanisms of long-COVID.

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Datathon

There is often confusion around the role of quality improvement (QI) projects distinguished from research. The change in a particular context of the scientific evidence is important in order to be able to define the project as QI. The incorporation into practice and execution of the project can change based on environment. The purpose of this activity is to familiarize attendees with quality improvement definitions, QI project approaches based on context, and considerations when analyzing results. CME credit available

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BCM Ethics, Professionalism, and Policy Program (EP3)

The Ethics, Professionalism, and Policy Program (EP3) is the ethics education curriculum created by the Center for Medical Ethics and Health Policy. The goal of the EP3 program is to educate the medical community about biomedical ethics. The EP3 topics are issues most medical providers encounter regularly but many feel unequipped to handle. The EP3 program’s goal is to provide easily digestible and actionable recommendations and resources about these complicated topics.

CME and Ethics credit available

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Connections: Reflections from the Frontlines of the Covid Pandemic

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.

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