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Show and Tell: Fearless Flying through Nutrition Counseling (March 2021)

Show and Tell by Fari Valji, MD A patient, let’s say “John,” I saw in Behavioral Health Clinic for non-specific food aversion and anxiety and whose labs and imaging were fine walked into my exam room the next day. He was symptomatically improved but hadn’t eaten solid food in a week. Not knowing where to […]

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Show and Tell: How to Talk to Your Young Athletes about Playing Sports During These COVID Times (February 2021)

Show and Tell by Susan Glockner, MD Since August, when the California Blueprint for a Safer Economy executive order began, COVID-19 restrictions have been based on the colored tier system accounting for caseloads and transmission risks by region. Now that the Regional Stay-at-Home order has been lifted, we can consider how the schools can reopen and […]

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Show and Tell: Profound Words in a Pandemic (January 2021)

Show and Tell by Erika Roshanravan, MD, FAAFP When Jerri contacted me to see if I could present something in this Show & Tell, she said I should write about something that “moved me in this moment”. I laughed out loudly. I mean, it is January 20th, 2021 after all! It is a day history […]

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Show and Tell: Thriving in These Times (January 2021)

Show and Tell by Kim Yu, MD, FAAFP, Regional Medical Director, Aledade This has been a historic week, from seeing the first ever woman Vice President of Black and South Asian descent being sworn into office, hearing the youngest poet laureate speak of justice and bravery, to the devastating news of over 400,000 deaths from […]

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Show and Tell / November 2020

Physicians Have an Ethical Obligation to Combat Medical Disinformation By Laura Murphy, DO, Member, CCPD, Family medicine and sports medicine, UCSD It was at the end of the visit when I asked my patient if she wanted to get the flu vaccine. “No, not this year,” she replied. “They put a drug in it” she […]

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Show and Tell / October 2020

Patient, Doctor, and Justice 2,655 Miles Away By Valji Farida, MD, Resident member, Long Beach Memorial FMRP Say what you will about 2020. It certainly hasn’t lacked for news. It has given time a whole new meaning. As we continue to be in the midst of the SARS-CoV2 pandemic – watching our health care systems […]

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Show and Tell / September 2020

Navigating the Parent-Physician Journey in a Pandemic  By Tipu Khan, MD, FAAFP, FASAM We discuss work-life balance all the time, but the conversation often ends as a cursory discussion about finding that sweet spot. For years, I have been trying to find balance in my life and it has been hard. Other than those in shift […]

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Show and Tell / August 2020

Being Present: The Power of Empathy Karen Muchowski, MD, FAAFP As Family Physicians, we have a daily battle to keep up with massive amounts of information on all of the illnesses that affect our patients. And now there is COVID.... So I thought it would be good to remind ourselves that just being present is […]

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Show and Tell / July 2020

By Carol Havens, M.D. Your CCPD (Committee on Continuing Professional Development) met recently and among other things, discussed resolutions submitted by members and forwarded to our committee by the Board of Directors. One of those resolutions called on the CAFP to “end the practice of using race as a proxy for biology or genetics in […]

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Show and Tell / June 2020 By Liz McCraven, M.D.

The latest events of this horrible year have not surprisingly turned my mind to systemic racism and public health. Addressing racism and implicit bias in health care is a perfect topic for this month. These are among the social determinants of health thought to account for up to 55 percent of health outcomes. I was […]

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