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Cannabidiol Oil – Time to talk to Older Adults.

Cannabis use, either as medical marijuana or Cannabidiol (CBD) oil is becoming more popular and prevalent in all age groups, including older adults. CBD oil is more appropriate for some, since it does not have psychoactive properties and is proving effective in the treatment of a number of chronic medical…

Bricolage: A tool for race-related, historically

Bricolage: A tool for race-related, historically situated complex research As medical education grapples with larger issues of race and racism, researchers will need new tools to capture society’s complex issues. One promising approach is bricolage, a methodological and theoretical approach that allows researchers to bend analytical tools…

Exploring how physician educators approach

Medical educators hold and encounter different beliefs and values on politically charged health-related topics such as reproductive rights and immigration. Their views on these topics have implications for how they approach them with learners, yet little work has explored medical educators’ views and pedagogical approaches. In this study, we used…

Screening for and Managing the Person with Frailty

Frailty is now a well-recognized and common syndrome among older persons (1-3). Frailty is a syndrome which increases the risk of an older person to develop disability or to die when exposed either to physical or psychosocial stressors (4, 5). Although frailty, disability and multimorbidity often…

Variations in Awareness of Association

Gogineni, V.S.M., Manfrini, D., Aroda, S.H. et al. Variations in Awareness of Association Between Adverse Pregnancy Outcomes and Cardiovascular Risk by Specialty. Cardiol Ther (2021). https://doi.org/10.1007/s40119-021-00220-y…

Exploring How Physician Educators Approach

Zaidi, Z., Henderson, R. R., & O’Brien, B. C. (2021, June 3). Exploring how physician educators approach politically charged topics with learners. Wiley Online Library. https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/medu.14570.

From the “top-down” and the “bottom-up”:

Zaidi, Z., Bush, A.A., Partman, I.M. et al. From the “top-down” and the “bottom-up”: Centering Foucault’s notion of biopower and individual accountability within systemic racism. Perspect Med Educ 10, 73–75 (2021). https://doi.org/10.1007/s40037-021-00655-y…

Strategies to Increase Engagement

Donnelly, J., Ray, A., Lo, M. C., Wardrop, R. M., Ficalora, R., & Amin, A. (2021). Common Cause and Common Purpose: Strategies to Increase Engagement in Faculty Development Activities. The American Journal of Medicine, 134(5), 691–698. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.amjmed.2021.01.002…