EBM-Guide 8: Small Group Scenario

EBM-Guide 7: Bias and Confounders

EBM-Guide 5: Number Needed to Treat

EBM-Guide 4: LR, RR, & OR

EBM-Guide 3: PPV & NPV

EBM Guide 2: Sn & Sp

EBM-Guide 1: Why EBM?

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Exploring Based Medicine Instructor Guide

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Evidence Based Medicine Instructor Guide

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Welcome to Exploring Medicine and thank you for using our product. We are confident that your students will very much enjoy this experiential education of applying basic science to clinical medicine. Our goal is also to minimize the burden on the professor to provide this experience to the students. You can either decide to present this information yourself, or this is a perfect opportunity to invite providers from the community to come in to classroom as guest speakers. In whatever manner you decide to deliver this material, we are here to help.

The Exploring Medicine Cardiovascular Instructor Guide is actually more of a menu than a guide. Please take some time to review the various EBM supplemental lessons and select those that you would like to incorporate into your class time. By completing the online portion of this module, students will be prepared to tackle all of these lessons. Each slide show has an accompanying document with descriptions for each of the individual slides. There are several opportunities provided through which you can weave clinical medicine, and other real life applications, into your current basic science curriculum. If you have questions regarding this material, you are free to contact us at info@exploringmedicine.net. We would be happy to help you. We can even find additional supportive educational material if you have such suggestions.

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Integumentary-Guide 5: Burn or No Burn

Integumentary-Guide 2: Acne

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Integumentary Instructor Guide

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Integumentary Instructor Guide

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The Exploring Medicine Integumentary Instructor Guide is actually more of a menu than a guide. Please take some time to review the various respiratory supplemental lessons and select those that you would like to incorporate into your class time. By completing the online portion of this module, students will be prepared to tackle all of these lessons. Each slideshow has an accompanying document with descriptions for each of the individual slides. There are several opportunities provided through which you can weave clinical medicine, and other real life applications, into your current basic science curriculum. If you have questions regarding this material, you are free to contact us at info@exploringmedicine.net. We would be happy to help you. We can even find additional supportive educational material if you have such suggestions.

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Respiratory-Guide 4: Small Group Scenarios

Respiratory System Small Group Intro:

Start discussion with: There are 4 categories of disorders that result in the respiratory system not being able to do its job … which is what?  Answer: To carry out exchange of gasses with the atmosphere.  Namely, get oxygen to the intravascular space and carbon dioxide out of this space.

  1. Obstructive processes that affect the airway (at any level). We discussed one of these obstructive processes already, asthma. This is an obstruction at the level of the bronchioles and is an “obstructive lung disease.” In this category, we will lump in obstruction at any level, not just obstructive lung disease, but obstruction of the upper airway, e.g. choking on a hot dog (or any food), infections of the upper airway (e.g. epiglottitis), aspiration of food or particles down in the airway, etc.
  2. We also discussed a category of decreased air exchange in contrast to an obstructive processes, and that is restrictive lung disease: Examples are pleural effusion, weak chest muscles from a neurologic disorder (e.g. Guillain-Barre syndrome, muscular dystrophy), fibrotic lung disease (stiff lungs from scarring), etc.
  3. Impaired gas exchange at the level of the alveoli: e.g. our CHF patient from the last chapter.  This could also be the result of a pulmonary embolus, because blood cannot flow to some of the alveoli. Pneumonia, since it fills the alveoli and lower airways with pus, is another cause of impaired gas exchange.
  4. Decreased drive to breathe, i.e. a “central” problem or CNS disorder
    1. induced by certain drugs (opiates, alcohol, benzodiazepines)
    2. Head injury or C-spine injury, or tumors or diseases of this area
      1. Brain tumors
      2. Hydrocephalus
      3. Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS)
      4. Multiple sclerosis (MS)

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Respiratory System Instructor Guide

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Respiratory System Instructor Guide

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Welcome to Exploring Medicine and thank you for using our product. We are confident that your students will very much enjoy this experiential education of applying basic science to clinical medicine. Our goal is also to minimize the burden on the professor to provide this experience to the students. You can either decide to present this information yourself, or this is a perfect opportunity to invite providers from the community to come in to classroom as guest speakers. In whatever manner you decide to deliver this material, we are here to help.

The Exploring Medicine Respiratory Instructor Guide is actually more of a menu than a guide. Please take some time to review the various respiratory supplemental lessons and select those that you would like to incorporate into your class time. By completing the online portion of this module, students will be prepared to tackle all of these lessons. Each slide show has an accompanying document with descriptions for each of the individual slides. There are several opportunities provided through which you can weave clinical medicine, and other real life applications, into your current basic science curriculum. If you have questions regarding this material, you are free to contact us at info@exploringmedicine.net. We would be happy to help you. We can even find additional supportive educational material if you have such suggestions.

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SDH-Guide 9: Social Justice

SDH-Guide 7: Responding to Inequalities

SDH-Guide 6: Gender and Health

SDH-Guide 5: Race and Ethnicity

SDH-Guide 2: Social Stratification

SDH-Guide 1: Social Health and Illness

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Social Determinants of Health Instructor Guide

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SDH Instructor Guide

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Welcome to Exploring Medicine and thank you for using our product. We are confident that your students will very much enjoy this experiential education of applying social science to clinical medicine. Our goal is also to minimize the burden on the professor to provide this experience to the students. You can either decide to present this information yourself, or this is a perfect opportunity to invite providers, or other experts, from your community to come into the classroom as guest speakers. In whatever manner you decide to deliver this material, we are here to help.

For students seeking a career in health care, it is important to understand the social determinants of health. The World Health Organization (WHO) defines the social determinants of health as the conditions in which people are born, grow, live, work and age. These circumstances are shaped by the distribution of money, power, and resources at global, national, and local levels.  Clearly everyone wants to be healthy, but there are a variety of social factors to consider in the care of both individuals and particular populations of patients.

The Exploring Medicine Social Determinants of Health (SDH) Instructor Guide is intended as a companion to the online module of Social Determinants of Health in the Exploring Medicine series.  This Instructor’s Guide will assist you, the classroom instructor, to integrate the online modules into your overall curriculum. It is actually more of a menu than a guide. Please take some time to review the various SDH supplemental lessons and select those that you would like to incorporate into your class time. By completing the online portion of this module, students will be prepared to tackle all of these lessons. There are several opportunities provided through which you can weave clinical medicine, and other real life applications, into your current curriculum. If you have questions regarding this material, you are free to contact us at info@exploringmedicine.net. We would be happy to help you. We can even find additional supportive educational material if you have such suggestions.

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Renal-Guide 4: Acid/Base Scenarios

Renal-Guide 2: Fluid and Electrolytes

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Renal-Guide 1: Anatomy and Physiology

Renal Instructor Guide

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Renal Instructor Guide

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The Exploring Medicine Renal – Acid/Base Instructor Guide is actually more of a menu than a guide. Please take some time to review the various supplemental lessons and select those that you would like to incorporate into your class time. By completing the online portion of this module, students will be prepared to tackle all of these lessons. Each slide show has an accompanying document with descriptions for each of the individual slides. There are several opportunities provided through which you can weave clinical medicine and other real life applications into your current basic science curriculum. If you have questions regarding this material, you are free to contact us a info@exploringmedicine.net. We would be happy to help you. We can even find additional supportive educational material if you have such suggestions.

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Cardiovascular-Guide 7: Vasogenic Shock

Cardiovascular-Guide 5: Line Placement

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Cardiovascular Instructor Guide

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Cardiovascular Instructor Guide

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The Exploring Medicine Cardiovascular Instructor Guide is actually more of a menu than a guide. Please take some time to review the various CV supplemental lessons and select those that you would like to incorporate into your class time. By completing the online portion of this module, students will be prepared to tackle all of these lessons. Each slide show has an accompanying document with descriptions for each of the individual slides. There are several opportunities provided through which you can weave clinical medicine, and other real life applications, into your current basic science curriculum. If you have questions regarding this material, you are free to contact us at info@exploringmedicine.net. We would be happy to help you. We can even find additional supportive educational material if you have such suggestions.

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DKA-Guide 3: H-H Equation and DKA

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DKA-Guide 2: Metabolic Acidosis

DKA-Guide 1: Pathophys of DKA

DKA Instructor Guide

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DKA Instructor Guide

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The Exploring Medicine Diabetic Ketoacidosis (DKA) Instructor Guide is actually more of a menu than a guide. Please take some time to review the various supplemental lessons and select those that you would like to incorporate into your class time. By completing the online portion of this module, students will be prepared to tackle all of these lessons. Each slide show has an accompanying document with descriptions for each of the individual slides. There are several opportunities provided through which you can weave clinical medicine and other real life applications into your current basic science curriculum. If you have questions regarding this material, you are free to contact us a info@exploringmedicine.net. We would be happy to help you. We can even find additional supportive educational material if you have such suggestions.

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