Monthly Archives: June 2011

Moral Dilemmas and Problematic Decision Making in Geriatric Medicine

Speaker:     Michael Grodin, MD Professor of Health Law, Bioethics and Human Rights Boston University School of Public Health By the end of this podcast, listeners should be able to: List five reasons why there is so much interest and concern about medical ethics in geriatric medicine today. Define and distinguish normative ethics, descriptive ethics, law, religion, […]

Delirium: Beyond the Basics

Edward Marcantonio, MD, SM Associate Professor of Medicine, Harvard Medical School Director of Research, Division of General Medicine and Primary Care Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center June 10, 2011 Objectives: At the conclusion of this podcast, listeners will be able to: Discuss the latest developments in diagnosis, epidemiology, and pathophysiology of delirium. Describe interventions for […]

Teaching in the Ambulatory Setting

Faculty development seminar with James Rosenzweig, MD, Ramon Bonegio, MD, and Eugene Kissin, MD. June 7, 2011 At the conclusion of this activity, participants will be able to: Integrate teaching into an ambulatory practice Identify different models for teaching students, residents, and fellows Use time efficiently in a clinical setting Listen now.