Department of Medicine Grand Rounds: Clinical Problem Solving
Clinical Problem Solving
Session moderated by Bob Wachter
For Grand Rounds next week, we have another Clinical Problem Solving (CPS) case to allow listeners to watch in real time how master clinicians reason through challenging cases. While getting the diagnosis “right” is amazing to see, the true learning comes from witnessing how experts navigate the zigs and zags of a diagnostic journey in a case that unfurls in real time (as it does in life, of course).
Our discussant will be Rabih Geha, MD, assistant professor of Medicine at the SFVAHCS. Rabih is the director of education for the VA Emergency Department rotation overseeing the education of Psychiatry, Emergency Medicine and Internal Medicine residents. Clinically, he splits his time between the emergency room and the inpatient teaching wards. Rabih is also the co-founder of the Clinical Problem Solvers, a multimodal medical education venture run by a diverse and global team that hosts a weekly podcast (Dx reasoning, Anti-Racism, Women in Medicine, Queer Rounds), live virtual morning report, and other medical education content.
Key teaching points based on the case preparation by Parnassus Chief Residents Anna Fretz, MD, MHS, and Viridiana Garcia, MD, MS, will follow the discussion along with a review by our mystery experts.
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