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    Halamek, Louis P.
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    Lorber, Bennett.
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    Maldonado, Yvonne.
  • Amoils, Misha; Beswick, Daniel; Calloway, Hollin; Clark, Amelia K.
    Debate 1. Surgical Therapy is or is NOT Indicated for Menier's Disease / CON: Amelia K. Clark, PRO: Hollin Calloway -- Debate 2. Salvage Surgery is or is not Preferable Over Non-Surgical Palliation PRO: Daniel Beswick, CON: Misha Amoils.
  • For many people in recovery from substance abuse, one of the most challenging aspects of living a sober life is learning how to fill the void previously occupied by drugs and alcohol with activities that are pleasurable, healthy and meaningful. In this supportive video, Robert Meyers and Jane Ellen Smith help viewers and participants develop the skills necessary to make significant lifestyle changes, as they lead them on a captivating exploration of alternatives to substance use. With the help of a live studio audience of men and women in various stages of recovery, Meyers and Smith take viewers through various exercises and a step-by-step process that focus on helping them restructure their lifestyle and make life without alcohol and drugs not only healthy and satisfying, but also fun. This video is part of the series 7 Skills for Addiction-Free Living, and is primarily geared towards people in recovery, as well as their family members and loved ones. It is also an excellent resource for educators and trainers in addiction counseling programs, as well as staff at recovery treatment centers. Therapists in private practice will want this in their library to lend to clients struggling with substance abuse. Keywords: 7 skills for addiction-free living, substance abuse, Peter Palanca, recovery, 12-step, alcoholism, therapists, group, drugs, alcohol, Counseling, counselling, Social Work, Social Worker, Therapy, Psychotherapy, Psychotherapy.net, Therapist.--Supplied by publisher.
  • In this engaging and informative video, Dr. Bob Alberti, renowned expert on assertiveness training, teaches the nuts and bolts of this critical skill. Dr. Alberti explores this topic with the help of a live studio audience of men and women grappling with different issues in the stages of recovery from substance abuse. Through role-plays and discussion, he teaches a step-by-step process for how to become a more assertive person, demonstrating respect for yourself and the other person. Exercises focus on essential aspects of assertiveness training such as nonverbal behavior, saying no, using "I messages," and, most importantly, remembering that you have a right to stand up for yourself. This video is part of the series 7 Skills for Addiction-Free Living, and is primarily geared towards people in recovery, as well as their family members and loved ones. It is also an excellent resource for educators and trainers in addiction counseling programs, as well as staff at recovery treatment centers. Therapists in private practice will want this in their library to lend to clients struggling with substance abuse. Keywords: 7 skills for addiction-free living, assertiveness, Peter Palanca, recovery, 12-step, alcoholism, therapists, Counseling, counselling, Social Work, Social Worker, Therapy, Psychotherapy, Psychotherapy.net, Therapist.--Supplied by publisher.
  • In any stage of recovery, the question arises again and again: "How do I just stop doing something that feels like such a fundamental part of my life?" In this illuminating video, Dr. Reid Hester, a leading expert in evidence-based substance abuse treatment, shares his philosophy that all our not-so-healthy addictions and bad habits--including heavy drinking, smoking, overeating, and procrastination--can be changed following the same basic principles. With the help of a live studio audience in various stages of substance abuse recovery, Dr. Hester walks you through the four steps of behavioral change, starting with setting reasonable goals for change (including cutting back, or the "warm-turkey" approach), self-monitoring to see how deeply ingrained those old habits are, choosing rewards for incremental successes, and finally, finding new behaviors to take the place of the old ones. Through lively discussion, role-playing, and group and individual exercises, you will learn how to successfully achieve long-term changes to even those bad habits you have felt stuck with for years or decades. This video is part of the series 7 Skills for Addiction-Free Living, and is primarily geared towards people in recovery, as well as their family members and loved ones. It is also an excellent resource for educators and trainers in addiction counseling programs, as well as staff at recovery treatment centers. Therapists in private practice will want this in their library to lend to clients struggling with substance abuse. Keywords: 7 skills for addiction-free living, behavioral self control, Peter Palanca, recovery, 12-step, alcoholism, therapists, Counseling, counselling, Social Work, Social Worker, Therapy, Psychotherapy, Psychotherapy.net, Therapist.--Supplied by publisher.
  • Taking ownership of our behavior is a major part of recovery, but difficult emotions can often hinder our progress. As the recovery process deepens, we often face the hurdle of getting back in touch with our emotions, and learning to handle them appropriately rather than simply reacting or "numbing out." In this video, a live studio audience of men and women in various stages of recovery engage in honest discussions about their own challenges with recognizing and taking responsibility for their emotions. Palanca then guides participants and viewers through exercises in dealing with anger, shame, guilt, and grandiosity--difficult emotions that are especially common among people in recovery. This video is part of the series 7 Skills for Addiction-Free Living, and is primarily geared towards people in recovery, as well as their family members and loved ones. It is also an excellent resource for educators and trainers in addiction counseling programs, as well as staff at recovery treatment centers. Therapists in private practice will want this in their library to lend to clients struggling with substance abuse. Keywords: 7 skills for addiction-free living, managing emotions, Peter Palanca, recovery, 12-step, alcoholism, therapists, Counseling, counselling, Social Work, Social Worker, Therapy, Psychotherapy, Psychotherapy.net, Therapist.--Supplied by publisher.
  • If you are in recovery, then you have already moved toward solving one of the biggest problems anyone might face. But once recovery has begun, it can seem paradoxically like life gets more complicated as all the smaller daily problems come into focus--relationship troubles, workplace conflicts, unpaid bills, and more. It is essential to find reliable methods of addressing problems as they come up, without slipping back into the old strategy of avoiding them using drugs or alcohol. In this empowering video, therapist Terrence Real breaks down the process of problem solving to five manageable steps: defining the problem, visualizing solutions, dealing with obstacles, identifying sources of help, and making an action plan. With a live studio audience in various stages of substance abuse recovery, Real helps participants and viewers alike tackle a range of problems, from unsatisfying romantic relationships to troubled children, from poor study skills to unclear career paths. Learn along with the studio audience as they move from frustration to clarity and optimism in just a few short hours, thanks to Real's expert guidance. This video is part of the series 7 Skills for Addiction-Free Living, and is primarily geared towards people in recovery, as well as their family members and loved ones. It is also an excellent resource for educators and trainers in addiction counseling programs, as well as staff at recovery treatment centers. Therapists in private practice will want this in their library to lend to clients struggling with substance abuse. Keywords: 7 skills for addiction-free living, problem solving, Peter Palanca, recovery, 12-step, alcoholism, therapists, group, drugs, alcohol, Counseling, counselling, Social Work, Social Worker, Therapy, Psychotherapy, Psychotherapy.net, Therapist.--Supplied by publisher.
  • Many addictions start with the casual use of drugs or alcohol to "loosen up" at social events. People entering recovery often find that their entire social groups are still using, and they can no longer rely on the easy bond of the drug to bring them closer to new friends. Even when the recovery support group has replaced old relationships to form a new community, it's important--and often challenging--to be able to reach out and build new friendships without the assistance of the old social lubricants. In this video, addiction psychologist Lorraine Collins illuminates the fundamental social skills needed to start and strengthen rewarding relationships with new friends. With a live studio audience in various stages of substance abuse recovery, Collins leads useful role-plays in starting conversations with strangers, giving and receiving criticism, and asking for help from friends and acquaintances. These are the skills people often assume everyone has, and yet no one was ever properly taught. Clients can practice and learn with the video participants as they find new ease and confidence in building their communities. This video is part of the series 7 Skills for Addiction-Free Living, and is primarily geared towards people in recovery, as well as their family members and loved ones. It is also an excellent resource for educators and trainers in addiction counseling programs, as well as staff at recovery treatment centers. Therapists in private practice will want this in their library to lend to clients struggling with substance abuse. Keywords: addiction, addict, recovery, drug, drugs, alcohol, alcoholic, alcoholism, Counseling, counselling, Social Work, Social Worker, Therapy, Psychotherapy, Psychotherapy.net, Therapist.--Supplied by publisher.
  • For those recovering from substance abuse, coping with the daily stress of living can be especially taxing. Suddenly, the old way of relieving anxiety and doubt by using drugs or alcohol is no longer available. Additionally, facing stressful situations can tempt us to resort to less-healthy patterns of behavior in order to cope. So it's crucial to find new methods for dealing with stress that will support the recovery process rather than threaten to derail it. In this video, renowned psychologists Jon Carlson and Judy Lewis offer four simple yet effective strategies for managing stressful situations, from paying bills to planning weddings. With a live studio audience in various stages of substance abuse recovery, Carlson and Lewis walk participants through relaxation exercises, lifestyle adjustment strategies, thought pattern correction methods, and the creation of action plans for preventing stressful circumstances. You'll come away with a renewed confidence in your ability to manage stressful situations without jeopardizing your recovery. This video is part of the series 7 Skills for Addiction-Free Living, and is primarily geared towards people in recovery, as well as their family members and loved ones. It is also an excellent resource for educators and trainers in addiction counseling programs, as well as staff at recovery treatment centers. Therapists in private practice will want this in their library to lend to clients struggling with substance abuse. Keywords: recovery, addict, addiction, drug, drugs, alcohol, alcoholic, alcoholism, coping, Counseling, counselling, Social Work, Social Worker, Therapy, Psychotherapy, Psychotherapy.net, Therapist.--Supplied by publisher.
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    Cox, Kenneth L.
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    Maldonado, Yvonne.
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    Fowler, Michael B.
  • We'd be hard-pressed to find a therapist today who hasn't in some way been shaped by Dr. Aaron Beck. The founder of Cognitive Therapy, and "one of the five most influential psychotherapists of all time" according to The American Psychologist, Beck revolutionized the way millions of clinicians approach clients in distress. Here is a chance to hear directly from one of the most innovative thinkers in our field. In this engaging interview, Beck discusses his process of developing cognitive therapy--from his early days as a psychoanalyst, through his disillusionment with psychoanalysis and creation of a therapeutic model that reflected his research and actual experiences with clients. He shares his insights about depression, from its evolutionary origins and how our thinking sustains it, to how best to treat it. Addressing his thoughts on why other models of therapy persist enthusiastically despite the proven success of cognitive therapy, Beck also offers his opinions on integrative models of psychotherapy and his concerns about therapists jumping from one approach to another. Keywords: Aaron Beck, cognitive, cognitive behavioral, cognitive behavior, cognitive-behavior, cognitive-behavioral, depression, continuing education, Beck depression inventory, bdi, Philip Kendall, behavioral, behavior, behavioural, behaviour, Counseling, Counselling, Social Work, Social Worker, Therapy, Psychotherapy, Psychotherapy.net, Therapist.--Supplied by publisher.
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    Dalman, Ronald L.
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    Raghunathan, Amritha.
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    Sotos, John G.
  • 2007 NEJM
    Fitch, Michael T.; Manthey, David E.; McGinnis, Henderson D.; Nicks, Bret A.; Pariyadath, Manoj.
    N Engl J Med. 2007-11-08; 357(19):e20[video]
  • Dr. Lenore Walker has worked with physically, psychologically, and sexually abused women for more than 30 years and has developed an approach to their treatment called Survivor Therapy. In this dramatic recreation of key moments in the two-year course of therapy with Sarah, a 36-year-old battered woman with a history of childhood sexual abuse, Walker (the recipient of the American Psychological Associations 1994 Distinguished Contribution to Women's Health Award) illustrates the basic principles of her approach. Combining scenes from numerous therapy sessions with commentary by Dr. Walker, this video is a valuable teaching tool for practitioners of all orientations and experience levels. Keywords: domestic, violence, counseling, treatment, Lenore, Walker, abused, woman, survivor, video, videos, demonstration, education, abusive, abuse, relationship, battering, batterer, Counseling, counselling, Social Work, Social Worker, Therapy, Psychotherapy, Psychotherapy.net, Therapist.--Supplied by publisher.
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    Weiss, Larry D.
  • In this compelling culmination to our series on the strategic treatment of anxiety disorders, master clinician Reid Wilson sums up the fundamentals to tackling the most common condition psychotherapists are confronted with. In this lively new video, the seasoned anxiety expert combines a live presentation with an accompanying case demonstration to illustrate the core concepts of his groundbreaking technique and paradoxical twist on exposure therapy. With more than three decades of treating OCD, phobias, and panic disorder under his belt, Wilson distills his formidable clinical expertise into an accessible live overview that's both conceptual and strategic. Noting that a stance of "collaborative curiosity" underpins any successful treatment, he begins work with Olivia, a woman suffering from a longstanding need to compulsively clean house and wash her hands to avoid "contamination." With humor, clarity, and empathic analogies that leverage his client's motivation for success, he encourages her to look beyond the content of her fears, externalize her anxiety, and welcome the chance to master her discomfort. Emphasizing the practice of moving toward the experience of anxiety itself, Wilson shows you how he challenges clients to rise above their fears and not merely tolerate uncertainty, but invite and embrace it enthusiastically. Weaving together commentary and demonstration, he provides Olivia with psychoeducation and practical tools to "habituate" toward distress on a moment-by-moment basis, and offers her firm support as she gradually musters the courage to willingly smear her hands across a filthy kitchen sink. Wilson's passionate personality shines through in this video, and you'll be prompted to rethink your own clinical approach after watching him in action. If you're looking for a fresh understanding of anxiety disorders and effective ways to treat its most unyielding aspects, you'll love this "advanced class" showcasing Wilson's unique protocol.
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    Demetri, George D.
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    AccessEmergency Medicine is a complete online service that allows users to quickly search the diagnosis and treatment of a broad range of emergency cases with videos.
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    AccessEmergency Medicine is a complete online service that allows users to quickly search the diagnosis and treatment of a broad range of emergency cases with videos.
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    Blish, Catherine A.
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    Singh, Hardeep; Sittig, Dean F.
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    Also available: Print – v. 1-3, 2004-<2015> (including updates)
  • If you've ever worked with couples, you know how challenging it can be, particularly when talk therapy just isn't enough. Just as couples can get caught in negative patterns, therapists also get trapped in stale ways of engaging with their clients. Over the course of three sessions based on an actual case with a married couple, Dr. Wiener demonstrates a series of original and effective exercises, interspersed with observations of the couple's dynamics and rationale for his therapeutic choices. Here is a rare opportunity to be a "fly on the wall" during multiple sessions with the same couple, enabling you to see how, over time, these potent improvisational techniques can help people move through significant conflicts into a renewed loving and playful connection. This informative video will support you in shifting your clients out of their stuck places and allow you to facilitate new possibilities for relating. Equally important, Dr. Wiener will help you look at your work with fresh eyes as he teaches you techniques that will broaden your therapeutic repertoire. Keywords: psychodrama, drama, couple, improv, relationship, marital therapy, technique, rehearsals for growth, couples, marriage, Counseling, Counselling, Social Work, Social Worker, Therapy, Psychotherapy, Psychotherapy.net, Therapist.--Supplied by publisher.
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    Leung, Lawrence L. K.
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    Medeiros, Bruno Carneiro de.
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    Garcia, Joe G. N.
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    An-Grogan, Yuemi.
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    Gorelick, Fred.
  • Chung, Lorinda; Jeng, Michael; Ozdalga, Errol.
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    Cornfield, David.
    Personal narrative that informs of the clinical manifestations and course of treatment for patients with acute respiratory distress syndrome and the importance of treating the whole person. Includes personal observations of Ori Shadmon, an 18 year old ARDS survivor.
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    Lee, Lucy C.; Rooholamini, Sahar; Tracy, Michael.
    Learning environment / Michael Tracy -- New learner / Sahar Rooholamini -- Curricular innovations / Lucy Lee.
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    Halfon, Neal.
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    Luby, Stephen.
  • Carol and Glenn are the parents of three young children and are struggling with a problem that most parents and therapists are all too familiar with: their kids don't listen! With playfulness and humor, Bitter skillfully uncovers the goals that are motivating the parents' and children's behaviors and uses that understanding to create new possibilities in the family. This is a great opportunity to see an expert demonstrate a foundational Adlerian technique--the "Typical Day assessment"--which reveals the details of the family's interactions with each other, allowing Bitter to make specific recommendations to support the parents in co-leading the family more effectively. From advice such as "Act without talking" to "Cut the television cord," Bitter helps the parents work together to set limits that really work, ending the power struggle once and for all. Part of the 10-video series: Family Therapy with the Experts. Keywords: children, parenting, psychodynamic, typical day, television, TV, Adlerian techniques, power, Alfred Adler, James Bitter, parent-child, child, Counseling, Counselling, Social Work, Social Worker, Therapy, Psychotherapy, Psychotherapy.net, Therapist, Family Therapy.--Supplied by publisher.
  • Therapists often find themselves in over their heads when parents seek their advice about a misbehaving child or teen. Expert Adlerian psychotherapist and educator, Jon Carlson, demonstrates how to bring the focus away from the child's behavior and back to the parent's actions. In this video, you'll see Dr. Carlson consult with a mom whose 13-year old son back-talks on every chore and request. Then Carlson facilitates a parenting group, helping the parents shut down the power struggles with their teens so they can recognize when to give responsibility, when to back off and when to draw boundaries. Keywords: parenting, consultation, groups, group, Alfred Adler, child therapy, Carlson, family therapy, parenting group, power, fight, teenager, mother, parenthood, Counseling, Counselling, Social Work, Social Worker, Therapy, Psychotherapy, Psychotherapy.net, Therapist.--Supplied by publisher.
  • Expert Play Therapist Dr. Terry Kottman illustrates that children communicate through play and that all play has a purpose. In this video, Dr. Kottman meets with a 5-year old boy who is split between two homes and lacking a sense of control in his life. By reflecting his actions, and using encouragement and suggestions through play, Dr. Kottman soon discovers that this young client needs to show her who's boss. Jon Carlson and Don Keat introduce Dr. Kottman, and facilitate an in-depth discussion of the further impact and uses of this approach. Keywords: adlerian, play, divorce, divorced, custody, young, child, Terry, Kottman, psychodynamic, Adler, Counseling, Counselling, Social Work, Social Worker, Therapy, Psychotherapy, Psychotherapy.net, Therapist.--Supplied by publisher.
  • Adlerian therapists aim to understand how clients fit into their worlds, and how family and cultural backgrounds shape clients and influence their therapeutic processes and individual needs. In this video, Carlson works with an African-American woman, Gina, exploring the family values she learned growing up, highlighting a fierce independence that became headstrong at times. Carlson then confronts her about how this value might have contributed to the downfall of her marriage. Gina admits, 'I'm tired of fixing things all the time,' and explores with Carlson possibilities for change. Host Diane Kjos introduces Dr. Carlson and facilitates an enlightening discussion on the approach. Keywords: Adlerian, Carlson, divorce, break up, controlling, family values, psychodynamic, culture, multicultural, Adler, Counseling, Counselling, Social Work, Social Worker, Therapy, Psychotherapy, Psychotherapy.net, Therapist.--Supplied by publisher.
  • Parents and therapists often fall into the same traps with teenagers: getting into power struggles, coming across as phony, and not setting limits. Janet Sasson Edgette shows us how to be candid and real with adolescents rather than fighting for control or approval. In this video, Dr. Edgette works with a mom and her teenage daughter who comes and goes as she wants. Watch as Dr. Edgette softens the teen's combative, provocative stance and empowers mom to take charge. Jon Carlson and Don Keat introduce Dr. Edgette, and facilitate an in-depth discussion of the further impact and uses of the model. Keywords: adolescent, teenager, teen, divorce, mother-daughter, Edgette, power, struggle, fighting, bickering, single, mother, boundaries, rules, structure, Counseling, Counselling, Social Work, Social Worker, Therapy, Psychotherapy, Psychotherapy.net, Therapist, Family Therapy.--Supplied by publisher.
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    Stoltey, Juliet.
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    Norris, Robert L.
    Covers emergency room equipment and supplies for airway management as well as some emergency techniques.
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    Lansberg, Maarten G.
    Covers TIA and minor stroke, stroke standard of care, and stroke beyond the standard of care.
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    Blankenberg, Francis G.
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    Sarin, Kavita Y.
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    Palfrey, Judith.
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    Van der Horst, Charles.
  • Addiction treatment can be a very contentious specialty within the psychotherapy and counseling professions, and Alan Marlatt is no stranger to controversy. Owing in part to his Canadian roots, his perspective on alcoholism and drug use in the US is at odds with much of the field. Rather than adopt a moral stance or buy into the medical disease model, Marlatt takes a practical approach that views addiction as a learned habit. In this interview, he explains how this method focuses treatment and public policy on reducing harm to individuals and communities. His compassion is obvious as he explains the concept of harm reduction treatment as meeting the individual where they are rather than taking an all-or-nothing abstinence approach. "You can motivate the person who's doing whatever it is a lot more by looking at the consequences than whether [they're] a problem drinker or not, or something that might stigmatize the person. So harm reduction, I think, is a much more humanistic, pragmatic way of dealing with people who have alcohol and drug problems that's really making a big difference in their lives." Marlatt describes some of the obstacles he has faced throughout his career, from being discouraged by a professor against studying alcoholism in graduate school to being attacked in the media and academic circles for his work. Taking the controversy philosophically, he depicts the evolution of different belief systems about addiction and treatment through captivating vignettes. In so doing, Marlatt lays out the rationale and therapeutic style of harm reduction in a compelling and thought-provoking way that leaves a lasting impact on the viewer. Keywords: addiction, alcohol, cocaine, drugs, drug use, abuse, addicted, addict, motivational interviewing, MI, methadone, HIV, progressive, Counseling, Counselling, Social Work, Social Worker, Therapy, Psychotherapy, Psychotherapy.net, Therapist.--Supplied by publisher.
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  • In this engaging interview, the founder of social cognitive theory and the theory of self-efficacy reveals his early fascination with the wide-ranging effects of behavior modification. The "spillover effect" from one behavior to other areas of functioning made it possible to radically improve people's lives with relatively small changes in behavior. Believing that there must be more instances of this phenomenon, he set out to find them, compiling and distilling what he learned into his first article on the uses of learning theory for therapy. In this conversation with Toni Zeiss, Bandura also examines the contributions of behavioral insight for psychotherapy, including the significance of social environments in shaping personality and behavior, the ability to conduct more rigorous clinical research, and the extended purview of therapy to include prevention work. He argues that while important, these contributions were not adequate, as "I was also marshaling a lot of evidence that these conditioning processes were, in fact, cognitively mediated." By then outlining the conceptual model and process of guided mastery, Bandura provides a very useful clinical tool that therapists of any orientation can easily integrate in their practice. Not only was he instrumental in developing groundbreaking theories about how we learn, Bandura also worked to apply his theories to pressing social issues on a global scale. Before social justice became widely acknowledged as a critical aspect of applied psychology, Bandura was involved in a project broadcasting soap operas in developing nations in which women were portrayed exercising control over their reproductive health. From his famous Bobo doll experiment all the way through his recent work in societal change processes, Bandura describes the evolution of his theories and their application through vivid stories of his breakthrough moments. Keywords: behavioral, behavior, behavioural, behaviour, social learning, social cognitive, self efficacy, self-efficacy, Bobo doll, guided mastery, behavior therapy, cognitive therapy, Counseling, Counselling, Social Work, Social Worker, Therapy, Psychotherapy, Psychotherapy.net, Therapist.--Supplied by publisher.
  • Ellis, Albert; Freeman, Arthur M.; Heery, Myrtle.
    Considered by many to be the founder of cognitive behavioral therapy and one of the most influential psychologists of all time, Albert Ellis, founder of REBT, is nothing if not controversial. In two separate interviews with Drs. Arthur Freeman and Myrtle Heery we meet Ellis face-to-face, providing viewers with insight into the core principles of REBT, as well as the passionate and irreverent man behind this popular, confrontational approach to change. With his characteristic style that some have called audacious and even obnoxious, Ellis unabashedly shares his convictions on everything from how "woefully ineffective" psychoanalysis is, to how most therapists placate their clients out of their own "dire need to be loved," to how self-esteem is "the greatest sickness known to man." He describes how he overcame fear and shame by forcing himself to give public talks and approach women for dates, and discusses his evolution from psychoanalyst to renegade innovator of his own approach, influenced largely by his studies in philosophy, general semantics, and his unwavering belief in the liberating power of unconditional self-acceptance. Keywords: Albert Ellis, rational emotive behavior therapy, REBT, cbt, cognitive behavioral, Arthur Freeman, Myrtle Heery, behavioral, behavior, behavioural, behaviour, Counseling, Counselling, Social Work, Social Worker, Therapy, Psychotherapy, Psychotherapy.net, Therapist.--Supplied by publisher.
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    Greenberg, Harry B.
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    Maldonado, José R.
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  • Borges, Paula; Chang, David T.; Czechowicz, Josephine; Meiklejohn, Duncan.
    Resident debate #1 features Dr. David T. Chang vs. Dr. JoAnn Czechowicz (Dr. Czechowicz's presentation starts at time 00:12:37) -- Resident debate #2 starts at time 00:34:16 and features Dr. Paula Borges vs. Dr. Duncan Meiklejohn. (Dr. Meiklejohns presentation starts at time 00:49:07:51).
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  • Cho, Do-Yeon; Ginn, Stuart D.; Lee, Joseph; Shahangian, Arash.
    Resident debate #1 features Dr. Stuart D. Ginn vs. Dr. Do-Yeon Cho (Dr. Cho's presentation with title, "Allergy is not a significant etiologic factor ..." starts at time 00:13:46) -- Resident debate #2 with title "Two-stage tympanomastoidectomy is indicated for treating the majority of cholesteatomas" starts at time 00:35:55 and features Dr. Arash Shahangian vs. Dr. Joseph Lee (Dr. Lee's presentation starts at time 00:53:51).
  • Storb, Rainer.
  • Negrin, Robert S.
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    Blume, Karl G.
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    Longo, Frank Michael.
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    Schrier, Stanley L.; Witteles, Ronald M.
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    Markel, Howard.
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    Schimmel, Paul R.
  • The Angry Couple dramatically recreates key moments in the six-month course of counseling with Judith and Richard, a distressed couple whose marriage is threatened by a cycle of explosive anger and silent withdrawal. Dr. Heitler quickly reins in their anger, cuts through the impasses that have prolonged their conflict, and uncovers the core issues that have blocked intimacy from flourishing. This video offers a solid framework for students, fresh perspectives for seasoned therapists, and engaging learning for couples looking to enhance their relationship. Keywords: couples, angry, couple, conflict, treatment, marital, demonstration, education, Heitler, anger, Counseling, counselling, Social Work, Social Worker, Therapy, Psychotherapy, Psychotherapy.net, Therapist.--Supplied by publisher.
  • 2009 NEJM
    Gagnon, Joel; Grenon, S. Marlene; Hsiang, York.
    N Engl J Med. 2009-11-05; 361(19):e40[video]
    Although other methods exist to assess the peripheral vasculature, measurement of the ankle-brachial index remains a simple, reliable method for diagnosing peripheral arterial disease. This video presents the indications for use of the ankle-brachial index and demonstrates how it is measured.
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    Katzman, Debra.
  • AccessSurgery
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    Falkow, Stan.
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    Zaoutis, Theoklis E.
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    Trivedi, Kavita K.
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    Coller, Barry S.
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    Zarins, Christopher K.
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    Dannenberg, Bernard.
    Describes the Pediatric Assessment Triangle (PAT) method for rapid emergency assessment of children by observation of appearance, circulation and breathing.
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    Schroeder, Bill.
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    Kache, Saraswati.
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    Kahana, Madelyn.
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    Butler, Marilyn W.
    Case 1. Male, 4 months old presents with bilious emesis, abdominal pain. diagnosis: midgut volvulus, treated with surgery -- Case 2. Male, 6 weeks old, vomiting for 4 days. diagnosis: pyloric stenosis -- Case 3. Male, 6 months old with abdominal pain, poor feeding, vomiting, lethargy. diagnosis: Intussesception.
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    Wang, C. Jason.
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    Rastegar, Asghar.
  • Integrating techniques from a broad range of therapeutic disciplines, Multimodal Therapy (MMT) is a form of Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy based on social and cognitive learning theory, as well as practical problem-solving methods. This form of therapy is based on the assumption that most psychological problems are multifaceted, multidetermined and multilayered. See the master psychotherapist Dr. Arnold Lazarus apply his Multimodal Therapy model as he consults with two clinicians: Jurgen, an experienced psychodynamic-oriented psychotherapist, presents the case of a recently divorced 38-year-old woman who constantly pulls him to put out fires. Marlou, a new psychotherapist, presents the case of a mother who is struggling to connect with her teenage foster son. "My basic approach to therapy is very much that of problem solving. I see that people come into therapy with a whole myriad of different problems, and yet do not know how to solve some simple ones. And quite often simple solutions can have a tremendous, reverberating, positive effect." -- Arnold Lazarus. Keywords: Lazarus, consultation, supervision, foster, divorce, multimodal, cognitive, behavioral, behavior, behavioural, behaviour boundaries, integrative, Counseling, Counselling, Social Work, Social Worker, Therapy, Psychotherapy, Psychotherapy.net, Therapist.--Supplied by publisher.
  • Although Arnold Lazarus is well known for his work in behaviorism, having in fact coined the term "behavior therapy," he reveals in this lively conversation with Dr. Terry Wilson that he was not impressed the first time he saw a demonstration of behaviorism. But when he heard that a friend of his was considering a prefrontal lobotomy for agoraphobia which psychodynamic therapy had failed to ameliorate, Lazarus recommended she at least give systematic desensitization with Dr. Joseph Wolpe a try. Wolpe's methods prevailed, and Lazarus realized that there really was something to behaviorism that deserved a second look. Throughout this interview, Lazarus's vivid stories and sharp insights take the viewer down the path of his illustrious career, from his initial failure in graduate school to the development of Multimodal Therapy. Lazarus's distinct clinical wisdom stems from his passion for clinical work in combination with his ethos of practicality. Eschewing the more dogmatic elements of behaviorism, Lazarus provides an inspiring example of how to balance theoretical clarity with clinical flexibility and open curiosity about the process of change. Reflecting on his popularity among clinicians, Lazarus surmises that, "They are interested in what I'm interested in, which is, how can we be more effective with our clients? Now we know from all our studies that a certain number of people will benefit regardless but that's not good enough. You see, the relationship is necessary but often insufficient." Keywords: Multimodal, CBT, cognitive, integrative, research, EBT, evidence-based, cognitive-behavioral, behavior, behavioural, behaviour, behavior therapy, desensitization, Counseling, Counselling, Social Work, Social Worker, Therapy, Psychotherapy, Psychotherapy.net, Therapist.--Supplied by publisher.
  • Art for healing is as ancient as the drawings on the walls of caves. Famous artists like Vincent Van Gogh, Jackson Pollock and Frida Kahlo used art to cope with their anguish. Now the practice of art as healing is a growing discipline that has been effective in helping those suffering schizophrenia, cancer, depression, trauma, grief, autism, physical or mental disability, AIDS and neurological disorders, among others. Further, art therapy can be used with children, families, the elderly, couples and groups. In this video, you will be introduced to two major branches of art therapy: the use of art as a healing method unto itself, and the use of art as a tool in the psychotherapy process. In either approach, art therapy provides a way for clients to tell without talking, and a new way for therapists to listen. Keywords: art, Judith Aron Rubin, creative, arts, painting, sculpting, drawing, expressive, documentary, international, multicultural, Counseling, Counselling, Social Work, Social Worker, Therapy, Psychotherapy, Psychotherapy.net, Therapist.--Supplied by publisher.
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    Dev. Shelly P.; Ferri, Mauricio; Hillmer, Melinda D.
    N Engl J Med. 2011-02-03; 364(16):e7[video]
    This procedure video demonstrates radial arterial puncture for arterial blood gas analysis as commonly performed in medicine.
  • 2006 NEJM
    Setnik, Gary S.; Shaffer, Robert W.; Shen, Sam; Thomsen, Todd W.
    N Engl J Med. 2006-05-11; 354(19):e19[video]
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  • Meet Todd, a 3rd grade student who has been leaving his teacher at wits end. He can't sit still, distracts his peers, and has trouble completing assignments, leading his teacher to suspect that he might be suffering from Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder. As his teacher begins the assessment process, leading authority on ADHD, Dr. Russell Barkley, offers some words of wisdom, and George DuPaul and Gary Stoner walk us through each step in their multi-method approach. You'll watch interviews with Todd's parents and the school psychologist, as well as meetings with a team of experts from the school, who collaborate to come to a diagnosis and treatment plan. Keywords: ADHD, attention, deficit, hyperactivity, disorder, treatment, assessment, diagnosis, interventions, classroom, school, schools, clinical, teacher, psychologist, psychotherapist, counselor, student, child, continuing education, Counseling, Counselling, Social Work, Social Worker, Therapy, Psychotherapy, Psychotherapy.net, Therapist.--Supplied by publisher.
  • A survivor of bipolar disorder herself, Dr. Jamison courageously uses her personal struggle to help clients and therapists understand the misconceptions of this lethal illness. In this riveting interview with Victor Yalom, PhD, clinicians will find out not only what bipolar disorder is, but also what causes it, how to make an accurate diagnosis, and how to treat it effectively. Based on extensive research, Jamison presents compelling evidence that this is a progressive illness that requires medical treatment, and that psychotherapy and medication can be life-saving for people with this devastating disease. Considering that bipolar disorder puts one at a greater risk for suicide than any other illness, it is essential that clinicians are thoroughly informed about the nature of this sobering disease. There's no person more qualified to learn about bipolar disorder from than Dr. Jamison. Keywords: manic, mania, depression, depressive, suicide, Jamison, bipoler, dysthymia, mood, disorder, prescription, medical, medicine, disease, medication, Counseling, Counselling, Social Work, Social Worker, Therapy, Psychotherapy, Psychotherapy.net, Therapist.--Supplied by publisher.
  • A series of films on a variety of mental health assessments.
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    Al-Ahmad, Amin.
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    Hardan, Antonio.
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    Feinstein, Carl.
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    Frankovich, Jennifer; Jeng, Michael.
    Dr. Jeng presented 3 case reports: 1) Filipino male, age 15; 2) Filipino girl, age 7 months; 3) Hispanic male, age 10 months with symptoms of unknown origin who were diagnosed with autoinflammatory diseases. Dr. Frankovich gave detailed information about the symptoms, genetics and treatment of the disorders
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  • 2006 NEJM
    Barclay, Derek A.; Setnik, Gary S.; Thomsen, Todd W.
    N Engl J Med. 2006-10-26; 355(17):e18[video]
  • 2008 NEJM
    Fitch, Michael T.; Manthey, David E.; McGinnis, Henderson D.; Nicks, Bret A.; Pariyadath, Manoj.
    N Engl J Med. 2008-12-25; 359(26):e32[video]
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    Abdomen -- Breast and axillae -- Cardiovascular: neck vessels and heart -- Cardiovascular: peripheral vascular system -- Female genitalia, anus, and rectum -- Head, eyes and ears -- Male genitalia, rectum and hernias -- Musculoskeletal system -- Neurologic: motor system & reflexes -- Neurologic: cranial nerves and sensory system -- Nose, mouth and neck -- Thorax & lungs.
  • This video presents the insider's story of student therapists during their internship or practicum year. What's it like seeing your first clients? How do you handle making mistakes? How do you get the most out of Supervision? Five beginning therapists describe the challenges and the important turning points they experienced during their first year of seeing clients. Students will welcome this video for its honesty and instructors will appreciate it for raising key issues and generating classroom discussion. This 25-minute format is ideal for classroom use. Designed for students just starting Practicum or Internship, this video provides an invaluable resource for Faculty, Libraries, and Supervisors in graduate programs in Counseling, Social Work, and Psychology. Keywords: intern, trainee, training, beginning, beginner, internship, interns, trainees, practicum, first client, Sween, Erik Sween, confidence, supervision, Counseling, Counselling, Social Work, Social Worker, Therapy, Psychotherapy, Psychotherapy.net, Therapist.--Supplied by publisher.
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  • Stuart utilizes basic principles of Behavioral Therapy to empower clients to change their own behaviors and develop insight and understanding into how what they do influences the behavior of others. In this video, Stuart works with Adele and Wesley, a couple with many elements of a successful marriage but struggling to find a way to stay together. While issues from her past trouble Adele, Wesley feels hurt and rejected and does not know how to recapture his loving feelings for his wife. Using information derived from a brief developmental history as well as pre-session questionnaires, Stuart is able to quickly dive into the language and metaphor of each client-using anecdotes and personal stories to reflect his understanding. He then moves on to identify each of their primary concerns, and reframe their understanding of problematic behaviors. After negotiating strategies for achieving a mutually desired solution, the clients are then asked to engage in specific behavioral changes that can be evaluated the following week. Consistently focusing on their strengths and the positive aspects of their marriage, Stuart helps the couple re-commit to each other in order to successfully undertake the behavioral changes asked for. Keywords: couples, family, cognitive, intimacy, spark, relationship, relationships, cognitive-behavioral, behavior, behavioural, behaviour Counseling, Counselling, Social Work, Social Worker, Therapy, Psychotherapy, Psychotherapy.net, Therapist.--Supplied by publisher.
  • 2007
    Gawande, Atul.
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    The struggle to perform well is universal: each of us faces fatigue, limited resources, and imperfect abilities in whatever we do. But nowhere is this drive to do better more important than in medicine, where lives are on the line with every decision. Author Gawande explores how doctors strive to close the gap between best intentions and best performance in the face of obstacles that sometimes seem insurmountable. Gawande's stories take us to battlefield surgical tents in Iraq, to labor and delivery rooms in Boston, to a polio outbreak in India, and to malpractice courtrooms around the country. He discusses the ethical dilemma of lethal injections, examines the influence of money on modern medicine, and recounts the contentious history of hand washing. And he gives us an inside look at his own life as a practicing surgeon, offering a firsthand account of a field where mistakes are both unavoidable and unthinkable.--From publisher description.
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  • A query-oriented data management system developed jointly by the European Bioinformatics Institute (EBI) and Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory (CSHL).
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  • Satir, Virginia.
    Golden Triad Films is proud to present Virginia Satir, a family therapist, interviewing a a blended family with a troubled boy. A family composed of a stepfather, a mother, and her two children.
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  • 2009 NEJM
    Brown, Stacey M.; Conlin, Paul R.; Williams, Jonathan S.
    N Engl J Med. 2009-01-29; 360(5):e6[video]
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    Carragee, Eugene.
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  • 2009 NEJM
    Braner, Dana A.V; Joshi, Sarita; Lai, Susanna; Malempati, Suman; Tegtmeyer, Ken.
    N Engl J Med. 2009-10-08; 361(15):e28[video]
    This video will demonstrate the procedure for bone marrow aspiration and bone marrow biopsy from the posterior iliac crest. Obtaining a bone marrow aspirate and core biopsy is often necessary when evaluating a patient who has a hematologic abnormality. Examining bone marrow is also useful in the diagnosis of metastatic spread of nonhematologic malignancies and to diagnose metabolic disorders.
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  • Pam is a 32-year-old woman who lives at home with her parents, Adrian and Judy, and doesn't have many friends. She clearly has some sort of developmental disability, but Adrian and Judy don't understand why Pam is so angry and uncommunicative. In fact, Pam says she doesn't even understand why she behaves the way she does. In this live family therapy session, Dr. Guerin helps this befuddled family gain more understanding and clarity, while shining a light on the underlying anger, fear, and sadness that reside beneath the surface not only in Pam, but in her parents as well. In this video, Guerin skillfully demonstrates ways to engage a closed family system, while highlighting several key principles of Bowenian therapy, including: establishing therapeutic safety and connection with each family member; lowering anxiety; utilizing process questions; neutralizing dysfunctional triangles in the family system; and offering relationship experiments. Part of the 10-Video series: Family Therapy with the Experts. Keywords: Guerin, Bowen, bowenian, learning, developmental, adoption, adopted, genogram, structure, structural, systems, family, anger, frustration, Counseling, Counselling, Social Work, Social Worker, Therapy, Psychotherapy, Psychotherapy.net, Therapist.--Supplied by publisher.
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  • A key component of successfully making a change is having the confidence to put a change plan into action. In this fourth and final video in the series Motivational Interviewing Step by Step, expert MI practitioner and trainer Cathy Cole demonstrates various strategies to address clients' lack of confidence. In three full-length sessions, Cole provides viewers a unique opportunity to see MI in action in diverse settings with clients who lack confidence in their ability to achieve their goals. Janet believes it is important to get more exercise but, as a single mother, doesn't know how to fit this into her busy life. Cole helps her develop a personalized and specific plan of action that increases the likelihood that Janet will be successful at attaining her objective. Julie is a vivacious teenager torn between her love of good food and her desire to lose weight. Cole walks her through a series of manageable dietary changes, then elicits past successes and personal strengths as a way of increasing Julie's confidence. Vance is concerned that he is not making as much progress as he would like toward financial security. Cole uncovers his core life values in the course of an explorative conversation and, by tying these values to his goals, helps Vance increase his commitment to make tough choices and come up with a plan of action. By watching this video, you will be able to: identify in sessions various roadblocks to confidence in effecting change; learn to utilize personal strengths, values, and past successes; use MI techniques best suited for clients who want to change but are low in confidence. Keywords: change commitment, weight loss, exercise, health, finance, financial, money, EAP, diet, dieting, healthcare, motivational, MI, interviewing, Counseling, Counselling, Social Work, Social Worker, Therapy, Psychotherapy, Psychotherapy.net, Therapist.--Supplied by publisher.
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    In this teaching video, Salman Khan talks with Dr. Andy Connolly from Stanford Medical School on what cancerous colon tissue looks like.
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    "Sponsored by Cancer Prevention Institute of California, Stanford Hospital Health Library, Stanford Hospital and Clinics, Stanford Cancer Institute"--Website.
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  • Don't miss this rare opportunity to get up close and personal with the man named the single most influential psychotherapist of the past quarter-century. In this historic interview with Carl Rogers, filmed just two years before he passed away, the founder of the person-centered approach reflects on his major contributions and explores his provocative opinions on a wide range of topics including therapy, education, and social change. With thoughtfulness, authenticity, and humility, Rogers shares himself in such a way that viewers really get a sense of who he is as a person, as he discusses a range of topics, from how his early upbringing influenced the development of his person-centered approach to his peace-building work with Protestants and Catholics in Northern Ireland. Throughout the interview, his way of being--which is the heart of his approach--shines through, revealing a man who passionately believes in the goodness of human nature and cares deeply about contributing to a better world. This video also features an original interview with Carl's daughter, Dr. Natalie Rogers, who sits down with Victor Yalom and offers her unique reflections and perspectives on her father's life and work. By watching this video, you will: understand the philosophical stance behind the person-centered approach; learn Rogers's core conditions necessary to bring about change in psychotherapy; identify Rogers's key contributions to psychology and psychotherapy. Keywords: humanistic, Rogerian, empathy, authentic, authenticity, counseling, client-centered, nondirective, interview, Counseling, Counselling, Social Work, Social Worker, Therapy, Psychotherapy, Psychotherapy.net, Therapist.--Supplied by publisher.
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    Lee, James A.; Morrissey, Nicholas J.
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    Arora, Neiha; Higgins, John P.; Su, Robert.
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    Alizadeh, Ash; Ashouri, Judith.
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    Banerjee, Dipanjan; Ediriwickrema, Asiri; Reddy, Sunil.
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    Dave, Amish; Liedtke, Michaela; Witteles, Ronald M.
    Dr. Dave presented the case of an 86 year old woman with symptoms including carpal tunnel syndrome, hoarseness, enlarged tongue, shortness of breath and fluid retention in the extremities. Dr. Witteles gave the diagnosis of amyloidosis and described the disease. Dr. Liedtke discussed the relationship with multiple myeloma and the therapeutic options. Dr. Witteles described the therapy used and outcome of this case.
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    Boukhman, Milana.
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  • 2014 NEJM
    Lacroix, Laurence E.; Manzano, Sergio; Schneider, Franck; Vandertuin, Lynda; Vunda, Aaron.
    N Engl J Med. 2014-07-10; 371:e2[video]
    "Explains the risks and benefits of catheterization of the urethra in girls and demonstrates how to prepare the patient, locate the urethra, and insert the catheter."
  • 2010 NEJM
    Bajwa, Nadia M.; Galetto-Lacour, Annick; Gervaix, Alain; Lacroix, Laurence E.; Vunda, Aaron.
    N Engl J Med. 2010-09-30; 363(14):e19[video]
    "Urethral catheterization permits direct drainage of the urinary bladder, and is often performed in pediatric practice. It may be used for diagnostic purposes, such as collection of an uncontaminated urine specimen for culture and urinalysis, when it is essential to obtain a urine specimen from a young child who cannot void on command. Urethral catheterization also may be performed to carry out voiding cystourethrography or to monitor urine output in certain postoperative patients or very ill patients"--Website.
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  • We tend to think of CBT as a short-term, "symptom-focused treatment" so how can we apply it to clients with deep-seated personality disorders? Prepare to have your clinical horizons broadened in this video with Art Freeman, who demonstrates classic CBT with a refreshing, world-wise simplicity while integrating skills and techniques from other approaches. Here, Freeman illustrates how attention to client schemas, cognitions, and the therapeutic alliance can be integrated into a full course of treatment for Axis II conditions, and offers a real contrast to traditional views of CBT. Alfred, ambivalent about therapy and emotionally disturbed, comes to Freeman after the latest in a string of unexpected relationship breakups struggling with feelings of anger, blame and suicidality. At first believing Alfred to be overly dependent, Freeman uncovers narcissistic beliefs, substance abuse, and physical violence that point to a more troubling personality disorder. Honing in on Alfred's "maladaptive schemas" or core beliefs regarding "relationships" he asks direct questions that challenge Alfred's perceptions, while maintaining an attuned and nonjudgmental stance. Freeman offers informative commentary throughout two full sessions, giving us insight into his thought process and rationale for specific interventions. The use of metaphor plays prominently in his work, and helps Alfred make sense of his experience in a way that eases his fragile self-concept and builds trust. Plain-spoken and practical, Freeman guides the sessions toward concrete goals while highlighting the cognitions that threaten to impede the work for this "scary" client. By the end of the video, Alfred has committed to further therapy and finds hope at the prospect of gaining control over his life. A wonderful cap to our series, this video is a must-see if you're interested in CBT, personality disorders, assessment, or weaving together different clinical perspectives.
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    Lee, James A.
  • 2007 NEJM
    Braner, Dana A. V.; Graham, Alan S.; Lai, Susanna; Ozment, Caroline; Tegtmeyer, Ken.
    N Engl J Med. 2007-05-24; 356(21):e21[video]
  • 2007 NEJM
    Braner, Dana A. V.; Eman, Scott; Lai, Susanna; Tegtmeyer, Ken.
    N Engl J Med. 2007-12-13; 357(24):e26[video]
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  • 2007 NEJM
    Chien, Vincent; Dev, Shelly P.; Nascimiento, Bartolomeu Jr; Simone, Carmine.
    N Engl J Med. 2007-10-11; 357(15):e15[video]
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    DeGorma, Emil; Tsai, Vivian.
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  • Combining Gestalt and expressive arts therapies, eminent child therapist Dr. Violet Oaklander has been training therapists from around the world in her unique approach for several decades. With a warm and supportive presence, Oaklander offers guidance to three therapists, each struggling with difficult cases. From an 11-year-old boy who was expelled from school soon after his parents separated, to a 6-year-old girl who has been shuffled around to five foster homes in three years, to a boy entering puberty who was molested when he was four, Oaklander shares her wisdom and expertise on child development, trauma, and the nuts and bolts of exploring children's inner worlds. Additionally, she offers detailed advice about engaging with parents and building a child's sense of self. Sprinkling in Gestalt themes such as the importance of contact and following the aliveness, Oaklander also demonstrates the specifics of using art therapy techniques to explore each child's emotional landscape. By sitting in on this consultation session, you will receive a wealth of concrete, practical strategies, and walk away feeling more confident in your ability to bring child therapy to life. Keywords: children, Gestalt, play, art, child, divorce, foster, sexual, trauma, molestation, molested, parents, parenting, Counseling, Counselling, Social Work, Social Worker, Therapy, Psychotherapy, Psychotherapy.net, Therapist.--Supplied by publisher.
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  • Shortly after the Japanese attack on Peal Harbor, President Franklin D. Roosevelt issued Executive Order 9066. It led to the mass evacuation and incarceration of over 120,000 persons of Japanese ancestry; more than half were children. The impact of the World War II internment on Japanese Americans still lingers in the form of humiliation, anger, shame, regret and abandonment. This program provides a rare glimpse into the very private lives of a few of these Japanese Americans who have not previously talked openly about the trauma of their internment experience. Satsuki Ina, a psychologist and former internee, leads a three-day intensive group therapy where the participants give words to their childhood trauma and mirror each other's experiences. In so doing, the group members allow themselves to feel and subsequently let go of the humiliation and shame they have been holding onto for many years. This film is a powerful lesson in racism in the United States, and provides a group therapy model on how to help heal the wounds caused by institutionalized oppression. In light of the recent wars in the Middle East, this film is more important than ever, and is a must-see for anyone wanting to understand how intolerance, prejudice and racism deeply impact the lives of Americans. Keywords: documentary, Japanese, internment, group, prejudice, racism, imprisoned, war, historical, history, sociology, sociological, racist, discrimination, Counseling, Counselling, Social Work, Social Worker, Therapy, Psychotherapy, Psychotherapy.net, Therapist.--Supplied by publisher.
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  • After Todd has been diagnosed with ADHD by a treatment team at his school, his teacher follows through on a treatment plan to address his difficulties in the classroom. Leading ADHD expert Dr. Russell Barkley provides advice on creating successful interventions, and George J. DuPaul and Gary Stoner walk us through each step of the treatment approach. Watch as his teacher implements several simple changes in the classroom, leading to Todd getting along better with his classmates, scoring higher on quizzes and maintaining better focus throughout the day. Keywords: classroom interventions for adhd, attention deficit, hyperactivity, disorder, George Dupal, Gary Stoner, children, child therapy, family, treatment, Counseling, Counselling, Social Work, Social Worker, Therapy, Psychotherapy, Psychotherapy.net, Therapist.--Supplied by publisher.
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    Aleshin, Alexey; Alizadeh, Ash; Ohgami, Robert.
    Case presentation initiated by Dr. Aleshin. Differential diagnosis based on excisional biopsy of lymph node presented by Dr. Ohgami. Pathogenesis and treatment discussed by Dr. Alizadeh.
  • Fang, Daniel Z.; Jaradeh, Safwan; Witteles, Ronald M.
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    Flint, Kelsey; Ho, Dora Y.; Lum, Erik.
    25 year-old immunocompromised returning traveler with persistent diarrhea / Kelsey Flint -- Maintenance immunosuppression during infection in the kidney transplant recipient / Erik Lum -- Diarrhea in an immunocompromised returned traveler / Dora Y. Ho.
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    Deresinski, Stanley C.; Kerchner, Geoffrey A.; Weaver, Kathryn.
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    Deresinski, Stanley C.; Meyer, Everett; Perumpail, Ryan; Weyand, Cornelia M.
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    Hussain, Yusra.
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  • 2010 NEJM
    Schraeder, Teresa L.; Smith, C. Christopher; Terek, Richard M.
    N Engl J Med. 2010-07-22; 363(4):e5[video]
    "Knee problems are one of the most common musculoskeletal symptoms evaluated by the primary care physician. This video shows how to perform a comprehensive examination of the knee".
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    Dhaliwal, Gurpreet.
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  • In this engaging interview, CBT and agression expert Dr. Donald Meichenbaum discusses violence and aggression, from origin to treatment. Drawing upon his unique expertise, he articulates both how violent individuals are created and the thoughts that drive violent behavior. Meichenbaum advocates for stress "Stress-Inoculation Training," which he describes as the "best evidence-based intervention in working with angry and aggressive individuals." Keywords: aggression, violence, anger, violent offenders, cognitive-behavioral, cognitive behavioral, anger management, CBT, Donald Meichenbaum, behavioral, behavior, behavioural, behaviour, Counseling, Counselling, Social Work, Social Worker, Therapy, Psychotherapy, Psychotherapy.net, Therapist.--Supplied by publisher.
  • In these sessions with clients struggling with depression and anxiety, ACT founder Steven Hayes and master ACT clinician Rainer Sonntag demonstrate a variety of cognitive defusion techniques that therapists can easily integrate into clinical practice. Using "deliteralization," Hayes helps his client separate words from their meanings, examine her automatic thoughts and create some space between her thoughts and emotions. And in a session with an anxious and resistant client, we learn about "physicalizing thoughts"--giving them shape, form and definition so that clients can more easily disidentify from them. Synthesizing both mindfulness and cognitive behavior techniques, cognitive defusion is a therapeutic tool that every therapist should have in their tool box. As you watch these master clinicians help their clients move from depression and anxiety to hope and authentic engagement in the work of therapy, you will no doubt want to learn more about ACT. Keywords: ACT, acceptance and commitment therapy, acceptance, defusion, cognitive, mindfulness, evidence-based, Steven Hayes, cognitive defusion, deliteralization, Counseling, Counselling, Social Work, Social Worker, Therapy, Psychotherapy, Psychotherapy.net, Therapist.--Supplied by publisher.
  • Watch Dr. Liese demonstrate his cognitive therapy approach for addictions as he collaborates with the client to identify and change the thought patterns and maladaptive beliefs that relate to addictive behaviors and lead to substance abuse. In this video, Dr. Liese works with a client whose issues include alcohol abuse, cocaine abuse and involvement in the criminal justice system. Jon Carlson and Judy Lewis introduce Dr. Liese, and facilitate an in-depth discussion of the further impact and uses of the model. Keywords: cognitive, Bruce, cbt, Liese, addictions, addiction, chemical, dependency, drug, drugs, behavioral, behavior, behavioural, behaviour, cocaine, alcohol, alcoholism, substance, recovery, Counseling, counselling, Social Work, Social Worker, Therapy, Psychotherapy, Psychotherapy.net, Therapist.--Supplied by publisher.
  • Stopping obsessional thinking patterns is one of the most vexing challenges people deal with, and most therapists are equally mystified about how to really help their clients free themselves from the torture of fearful thoughts. Here, notable anxiety disorder expert Reid Wilson employs a variation of cognitive-behavioral and strategic methods in two live sessions, demonstrating his unique approach to tackling obsessive thinking. Rita, a middle-aged mother, is plagued with anxiety about her health. Obsessed with what might be wrong with her, she spends much of her time seeking reassurance that she's okay, from repeated internet searches to excessive doctors' visits. Trying to avoid anything that triggers her fear of having a heart attack, Rita is missing out on living the active lifestyle she longs to live and barely enjoys time with her family and friends. In two sessions with Rita, Wilson demonstrates the core concepts underlying his paradoxical approach to treating anxiety disorders. With humor, compassion, and clarity, he passionately encourages Rita to rise above the content of her obsessive thoughts and practice moving towards that which she fears, supporting her in learning to tolerate uncertainty. Calling on her courage, he helps her to dramatically alter her relationship to the anxiety. Keywords: Reid Wilson, cognitive-behavioral, phobias, anxiety, anxiety disorders, exposure, strategic, paradoxical, cognitive behavioral, OCD, obsession, behavioral, behavior, behavioural, behaviour, Counseling, counselling, Social Work, Social Worker, Therapy, Psychotherapy, Psychotherapy.net, Therapist.--Supplied by publisher.
  • Panic disorder is a devastating and debilitating anxiety disorder; often there is no clear precipitant that triggers the panic attacks, and therapists are often mystified about how to help their clients get them under control. Exposure Therapy is often cited as the treatment of choice, but most therapists have never witnessed, much less been trained in this approach. Here, anxiety disorder expert Reid Wilson shows you how it's done in this remarkable live session with a woman whose panic disorder has made her life completely unmanageable. Renee has been struggling with panic disorder for almost a decade, and has been unable to do much of anything alone. Fearful of driving, shopping at the supermarket, or even taking a stroll in the park, she has become increasingly agoraphobic, only venturing as far as her parents' home 3 1/2 miles away. Seeing the effect her anxiety is having on her ability to parent her small child, she feels she must tackle her problem now, for his benefit as well as her own. With humor and compassion, Wilson engages Renee in his signature "provocative approach" to treating panic disorders, encouraging her to not only welcome, but beg her symptoms to increase when she feels them arise. Using exposure therapy to recreate her symptoms in vivo, he shows Renee that it is her relationship to her symptoms, rather than the symptoms themselves, that makes them so intractable. Keywords: panic disorder, Reid Wilson, cognitive behavior therapy, cognitive behavioral, cbt, anxiety disorder, strategic treatment, provocative approach, anxiety disorders, behavioral, behavior, behavioural, behaviour, Counseling, counselling, Social Work, Social Worker, Therapy, Psychotherapy, Psychotherapy.net, Therapist.--Supplied by publisher.
  • Anne has struggled all her life with food and weight issues and has dieted dozens of times, only to gain the weight back. In this very human, and touching session, Beck emphasizes the development of a new set of skills as the crucial element of weight loss. Beck takes an extensive dieting history--including Anne's assessment of "good eating days" and "bad eating days," she identifies Anne's motivations for losing weight and teaches self-motivation techniques, and she prepares Ann to recover quickly from the inevitable mistakes she will make. Other techniques she uses include identifying the obstacles that may prevent Anne from making these changes, strategizing solutions, exploring Anne's eating triggers and working with Anne's "all-or-nothing" approach to dieting. While Beck bases her approach on the core principles of Cognitive Therapy, the tools and techniques demonstrated in this video can be integrated with many types of therapeutic styles and will be useful to any therapist working with clients with weight issues. Clients with weight issues frequently become caught in a vicious cycle of losing weight and gaining it back, impairing their ability to enjoy their lives fully. At the same time, many therapists struggle with how to be helpful to these clients. Keywords: cognitive, weight, dieting, diet, cognitive-behavioral therapy, coaching, cbt, eating, overweight, overeating, coach, health, fitness, unhealthy, Counseling, counselling, Social Work, Social Worker, Therapy, Psychotherapy, Psychotherapy.net, Therapist.--Supplied by publisher.
  • Cognitive Behavioral therapy with children builds on behavioral therapy techniques while working to modify a child's thoughts and feelings. In this video, Dr. Masek adapts his therapy model to a mother-child dyad, helping Mom learn strategies for managing her young daughter's back talk and tantrums. See Dr. Masek conduct a focused behavioral assessment to identify the issues that have sparked the young girl's negative acting out. Jon Carlson and Don Keat facilitate an in-depth discussion with Dr. Masek on the further impact, relevance and uses of the model for children and their families. Keywords: cognitive, behavioral, child, family, Masek, behavioral, behavior, behavioural, behaviour, cbt, power, struggle, parent, mother, parenting, tantrum, tantrums, oppositional, ODD, Counseling, counselling, Social Work, Social Worker, Therapy, Psychotherapy, Psychotherapy.net, Therapist.--Supplied by publisher.
  • Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy works with the interconnection between thoughts, feelings and behavior using psychoeducational techniques that target symptoms to help clients reach their specific goals. In this video, Meichenbaum demonstrates how to integrate seven key CBT tasks in a single therapy session with a woman who is struggling with severe anxiety and insomnia as the caretaker for her mentally ill father. Meichenbaum highlights the list of 'shoulds' and self-criticisms she continually rotates through her mind, and through an exercise helps the client reveal some of the pain and anger that those self-criticisms mask. He offers techniques to help her curb her insomnia and educates her on how an ongoing therapy would help her heal past wounds and teach her to nurture herself. Jon Carlson and Diane Kjos introduce Meichenbaum and facilitate a discussion on his approach. Keywords: cognitive, behavioral, behavior, behaviour, behavioural, cognitive-behavioral, Donald, Meichenbaum, cbt, anxiety, insomnia, Counseling, counselling, Social Work, Social Worker, Therapy, Psychotherapy, Psychotherapy.net, Therapist.--Supplied by publisher.
  • John Krumboltz sees himself as a teacher and emotional coach. He doesn't think psychotherapy needs to be a mysterious process, and instead works with clients to figure out ways to improve behaviors and prevent problems from recurring in the future. In this video, Krumboltz helps his client Robin give up the struggle for her mother-in-law's approval. Through a role-play telephone conversation, she learns to shift the locus of control so she can take better care of herself in that difficult relationship--and leaves with plans to have this conversation in real life. Hosts Jon Carlson and Diane Kjos introduce Dr. Krumboltz and facilitate an enlightening discussion on the approach. Keywords: cognitive, behavioral, behavior, behaviour, behavioural, cognitive-behavioral, John, Krumboltz, cbt, coaching, coach, mother-in-law, family, in-laws, Counseling, counselling, Social Work, Social Worker, Therapy, Psychotherapy, Psychotherapy.net, Therapist.--Supplied by publisher.
  • Alyono, Jennifer; Ginn, Stuart D.; Shahangian, Arash.
    Pre-research rotation presentation. Atraumatic chemical cochleostomy / Jennifer Alyono -- Resident quality improvement projects. Safe reduction of hospital stay following cervical lymphadenectomy / Arash Shahangian -- Development and implementation of a secure, cloud-based system to support care coordination and continuity in the inpatient setting / Stuart D. Ginn.
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  • For gay and lesbian teens, coming out can be a complicated and difficult process. They may be isolated, alienated from their family and peers, and feel the dangerous threat of homophobia in their community. In this video, you will watch real interviews with gay and lesbian teenagers and their parents as they share their experiences of coming out. You will also hear expert commentary by Dr. Wendy Rosen on the special issues these teenagers face at home and at school, as well as the different stages and processes they and their families go through in order to fully embrace their sexuality. This video helps pave the way for acceptance and community. Keywords: gay, lesbian, teens, teenagers, bisexual, bi, youth, adolescent, adolescents, queer, gays, homosexual, homosexuals, closet, sexuality, homosexuality, coming out, Karin Heller, Bill Domonkos, Counseling, counselling, Social Work, Social Worker, Therapy, Psychotherapy, Psychotherapy.net, Therapist.--Supplied by publisher.
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  • Weaving together fascinating tales from his own clinical practice with wisdom from the great philosophers, Yalom illuminates the existential perspective and how it can be skillfully utilized to enliven the psychotherapeutic encounter. Starting with the premise that "therapy is a synergy of powerful ideas and a powerful, intimate connection," he shares those ideas that he has found most useful in his life and work, as well as ways to leverage the therapeutic relationship for maximum growth. If you want to take your clinical work to a deeper level and help your patients come to terms with the ultimate concerns of human existence, there's no better guide in navigating this terrain than Irvin Yalom. Keywords: death, dying, existence, existential, meaning, here and now, therapeutic relationship, intimacy, philosophy, present, existentialism, Counseling, counselling, Social Work, Social Worker, Therapy, Psychotherapy, Psychotherapy.net, Therapist.--Supplied by publisher.
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  • Papageorge takes on the big and small issues, including: pushing limits, values, the internet world, MTV, the wrong crowd, music, sex, curfews, drugs, house rules, and more. Papageorge's stories, ideas, and suggestions stick in our minds because they connect to the real life experiences that parents and kids live each day. George Papageorge, MA, MFT, has been presenting seminars on parenting, boundaries, and family life for over 20 years. For the first time, we have captured his engaging, humorous, and practical style in action. Parents, step-parents, teachers, family counselors and therapists will find this video filled with principles and practical tools. Conveniently organized segments make it easy to use for parent education and training groups. Keywords: adolescents, children, kids, teenagers, parenting, George Papageorge, teens, child, parent, power, struggle, discipline, punishment, drugs, rules, Counseling, counselling, Social Work, Social Worker, Therapy, Psychotherapy, Psychotherapy.net, Therapist.--Supplied by publisher.
  • 2011 NEJM
    Jones, Dean R.; Meltzer, Joseph; Salgo, Peter.
    N Engl J Med. 2011-06-23; 364(25):e54[video]
    "The purpose of this video is to demonstrate the equipment and techniques used to provide intravenous conscious sedation for minor procedures in adults ..."--Website.
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  • Working with a client who struggles with intense social anxiety, ACT founder Steven Hayes, PhD, demonstrates the principle of accepting what we cannot control. Though his client believes eliminating his anxiety is the path to freedom, Hayes helps him understand that he may never eliminate his anxiety, because he cannot control his inner world. Instead, he can choose to accept it without struggle and live in accordance with his highest personal values. However, there's also a risk of falling too quickly into what Hayes calls "pseudo-acceptance," which is what we see in the next session with a teacher struggling with panic disorder. With Hayes' insightful commentary, you'll learn to identify the signs and manage this pitfall with your own clients. Then in a poignant session with a mother suffering from depression, Hayes introduces us to the classic principle of cognitive defusion, which he employs to help his client detach from her thoughts and engage more deeply in therapy. Keywords: ACT, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Stephen Hayes, control & acceptance, depression, anxiety, act in action, Counseling, counselling, Social Work, Social Worker, Therapy, Psychotherapy, Psychotherapy.net, Therapist.--Supplied by publisher.
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  • A series of films which demonstrates training in a variety of coping mechanisms and defenses.
  • A series of films which demonstrates training in a variety of coping mechanisms and defenses.
  • Watch Albert Ellis demonstrate his signature style in an actual therapy session: confrontative, headstrong and steadfastly rational and remarkably effective in just one session. Learn to use Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy (REBT) from the man who developed the method in a therapy session with Roseanne, whose husband committed suicide in front of her and her baby daughter ten years ago. Ellis immediately points out how Roseanne uses the irrational beliefs of 'condemnation' and 'demandingness' to keep upsetting herself about the horrible event. Using REBT techniques, he helps Roseanne separate herself from her actions, reframing her belief that "I did a rotten thing/that makes me a bad person" to "I did a rotten thing/that means I made a mistake, but I am not a bad person." You'll be impressed at how quickly Ellis's reframes take root in Roseanne, as she repeats Ellis's teachings in her own words and from her own heart. Keywords: Albert Ellis, Ellis, REBT, Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy, suicide, suicidal, behavioral therapy, cbt, cognitive-behavioral, cognitive, behavioral, behavior, behaviour, behavioural, Counseling, counselling, Social Work, Social Worker, Therapy, Psychotherapy, Psychotherapy.net, Therapist.--Supplied by publisher.
  • Thousands of helping professionals--including counselors, nurses, dietitians, and parole officers--are now using Motivational Interviewing (MI) with outstanding results. This in-depth video provides you with a unique opportunity to learn MI's core concepts and practice its foundational skills. By watching this video, you will gain a deeper understanding of how MI helps people overcome their internal obstacles to change and learn how to help your clients make decisions they can willingly and confidently enact. In this first video in the series Motivational Interviewing Step by Step, expert MI trainer Cathy Cole discusses the principles and spirit of MI, along with core concepts and techniques such as sustain talk versus change talk, the righting reflex, reflections and affirmations, and other ingredients for change. She describes current thinking on the process of behavior change and provides detailed guidelines for putting MI into practice in a variety of settings. With an emphasis on learning and practicing the fundamental skills of MI, this video contains numerous technique demonstrations with William Miller, the founder of MI, along with exercises in which viewers can pause the video, practice the skills, and then see how Miller and Cole would respond. Core Concepts establishes the critical philosophical and technical underpinnings of MI, which are explored in greater detail in the subsequent volumes: Increasing Importance, Resolving Ambivalence, and Building Confidence. By watching this video, you will be able to: describe the spirit of Motivational Interviewing and how it differs from other approaches; understand how MI is applied in counseling sessions, including developing a partnership, and listening and responding to the language of change; identify and practice specific techniques used in MI to engage clients, help them fully explore their ambivalence to change, and develop an action plan. Keywords: sustain talk, change talk, righting reflex, motivational interviewing, addiction, MI, Counseling, counselling, Social Work, Social Worker, Therapy, Psychotherapy, Psychotherapy.net, Therapist.--Supplied by publisher.
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  • This video offers a rare opportunity: learn how to use a powerful technique for treating PTSD by watching an actual therapy session in the middle of a long-term course of treatment. Traumatic memories invade the consciousness of those who suffer from PTSD, presenting a profound challenge for both the survivor and therapist. In this video, Ochberg explains and models his Counting Method, a simple yet effective tool used to master the flashbacks and intrusive recollections so common in PTSD. During this extraordinary session, Ochberg works with a client with PTSD who is midway through a long-term, outpatient therapy. You'll see Ochberg explain the Counting Method to her, guide and anchor her through the recollection of a traumatic event, and then discuss and debrief the experience with her. It is powerful to watch this client move into, through and out of the pain of the torturous memories she brings forth. Ochberg teaches us a valuable lesson on how to work safely, effectively and compassionately with such difficult material. Keywords: Frank Ochberg, PTSD, treatment, treating, explaining, post traumatic stress disorder, counting method, mental health, therapy, trauma, flashback, intrusive memory, continuing education, course, credit, counseling, Counseling, counselling, Social Work, Social Worker, Therapy, Psychotherapy, Psychotherapy.net, Therapist.--Supplied by publisher.
  • A growing number of couples in the United States find themselves facing the profound disappointment of infertility, which can place enormous strain on even the healthiest of relationships. When asked to rate their most stressful life experience, research participants in one study reported that the stress of infertility was nearly as devastating as the death of a child or spouse. Using a clinical illustration of a family systems approach to treatment, this video offers a framework for understanding the emotional and psychological impact of infertility upon couples who have sought unsuccessfully to conceive. Presented by the Depression Project of the renowned Ackerman Institute for the Family, the therapists walk viewers through a series of emotionally-charged clinical sessions with a real couple struggling with infertility. Keywords: couples, infertility, fertility, family, marital, family systems, adoption, IVF, pregnancy, miscarriage, conceive, conception, family planning, Counseling, counselling, Social Work, Social Worker, Therapy, Psychotherapy, Psychotherapy.net, Therapist.--Supplied by publisher.
  • What are the key issues that most couples face when entering couples therapy, and what are the best attitudes for them to adapt to make the most out of the experience? In numerous heartwarming stories, Bader and Wile explain how couples therapy works, and describe the positive changes that can occur, even for couples who appear at first hopelessly deadlocked. They describe the two most common patterns in couples: withdrawal from each other and avoiding dealing with critical issues, or engaging in repeated conflict that leaves each partner hurt and angry. Despite the hope couple's therapy offers, many couples (or one partner) are reluctant or afraid to seek professional assistance. Couples Therapy: An Introduction can help ease these fears by laying out a roadmap of what the process entails, and providing some reality-based encouragement on what kinds of changes are possible. This video will be valued by couples of all types, as well as the therapists and counselors who work with them. Keywords: couples, marital, Bader, Wile, beginner, early career, relationships, relationship, romantic, sex, love, marriage, Counseling, counselling, Social Work, Social Worker, Therapy, Psychotherapy, Psychotherapy.net, Therapist.--Supplied by publisher.
  • Dr. McCrady reminds us that alcohol and drug problems always exist in a context that includes families and relationships, and that couples therapy is an important model for working with addictions. Dr. McCrady uses a behavioral approach that helps the client change his or her addictive behaviors, helps the partner learn to respond differently, and helps the couple change the relationship itself. In this addictions video, Dr. McCrady works with a young couple trying to change behaviors related to alcohol and marijuana use. Jon Carlson and Judy Lewis introduce Dr. McCrady, and facilitate an in-depth discussion of the further impact and uses of the model. Keywords: couples, Barbara, McCrady, addictions, addiction, brief, alcoholism, alcohol, CBT, cognitive, cognitive-, behavior, behavioral, behaviour, behavioural, relationship, Counseling, counselling, Social Work, Social Worker, Therapy, Psychotherapy, Psychotherapy.net, Therapist.--Supplied by publisher.
  • Karma Lekshe Tsomo, Bhikṣuṇī; Bielefeldt, Carl; Dalai Lama; Ekman, Paul; Wandell, Brian A.; Fields, Howard; Goldin, Philippe; Gyatso, Janet; Klein, Anne C.; Knutson, Brian; Mayberg, Helen S.; Mobley, William; Newsome, William T.; Ricard, Mathieu; Spiegel, David; Wallace, B. Alan.
    Morning session: Craving and choice -- Afternoon session : Suffering and choice.
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  • Over the past fifty years, art therapy has become a recognized strategy for working successfully with diverse populations. Especially with clients who have difficulty expressing themselves verbally, art and drama therapy techniques offer exciting ways for therapists to make contact, connect, and begin a meaningful therapeutic dialogue. See how these simple yet profound techniques support clients in uncovering unexpected parts of themselves as they process traumas, explore their fears, and tap into strengths they didn't know they had. From puppets to pastels, sand play to scribble drawings, you will see a myriad of creative methods masterfully demonstrated and learn how to begin implementing these transformative practices immediately. Keywords: art, drama, sand play, sand tray, creativity, puppet, puppets, Asperger's, Asperger, autism, Alzheimer's, Alzheimer, veteran, trauma, combat, paint, Counseling, counselling, Social Work, Social Worker, Therapy, Psychotherapy, Psychotherapy.net, Therapist.--Supplied by publisher.
  • 2008 NEJM
    Hsiao, James; Pacheco-Fowler, Victor.
    N Engl J Med. 2008-10-09; 359(15):e18[video]
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    Covers three cases illustrating challenges to critical care services, including organizational models, technology, and outcomes. The aging population taxes decisions about patient selection for life support modalities. Includes historical and economic aspects to emphasize why the general public, courts, and physicians need to establish appropriate goals of such care for patient welfare and appropriate resource utilization.
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  • In this inspiring interview, Dr. David Barlow reflects on critical moments in his highly influential career, describing an experimental psychology course that opened the possibility of "establishing a science of behavior where you could validate the principles of psychology." He traces the development of his expertise in the treatment of anxiety, which emerged out of his dissertation research around curing the "great snake-phobic epidemic of the 1960s" and recounts his work with many of the great founding scientists of behavioral psychology. In a lively discussion with acclaimed psychologist Kelly Brownell, Barlow reveals insights from his wealth of knowledge on the integration of science and clinical practice. Vividly drawing upon his experiences from inside the behavioral paradigm shift, he shares about learning psychotherapy by watching Joseph Wolpe perform systematic desensitization, and the resistance he saw from his psychoanalytically trained peers against utilizing behavioral techniques. "I felt it was necessary at the time to deny [Wolpe] was a great clinician. It's the procedures that are really effective!" Barlow introduces thought-provoking suggestions about the future direction of the field as a whole, advocating for-profit dissemination of therapy innovations as manualized treatments, "If you're going to really get some findings out there, you need to have a mechanism to really push and disseminate it." Barlow's perspective on this and other topics is sure to provoke stimulating thought and discussion! Keywords: behavior, behavioral, behaviour, behavioural, cognitive-behavioral, CBT, anxiety, fear, panic, EBT, evidence-based, scientist-practitioner, systematic desensitization, Counseling, counselling, Social Work, Social Worker, Therapy, Psychotherapy, Psychotherapy.net, Therapist.--Supplied by publisher.
  • Over the course of four actual sessions, Milton Viederman, MD demonstrates a psychoanalytic approach to working with grief. Paying detailed attention to the subtle nuances of the therapeutic relationship, Viederman adapts the principles of psychoanalysis to a course of brief therapy. Pat is the primary caregiver for her dying husband and is experiencing the grief and fear around his impending death. Forming an interpretation of Pat's core conflict and elaborating this theme throughout the sessions, Viederman helps Pat explore the early life experiences that give meaning to her current emotional responses. He builds rapport and trust with this open and engaging client, offering her a supportive environment in which true insight is produced. In a poignant follow-up session, Pat reveals that the therapy was instrumental in helping her be at peace with her husband's death. Keywords: death, dying, grief, counseling, counseling, treatment, tools, techniques, psychodynamic, psychoanalysis, Milton Viederman, continuing education, Counseling, counselling, Social Work, Social Worker, Therapy, Psychotherapy, Psychotherapy.net, Therapist.--Supplied by publisher.
  • Milton Viederman, MD, brings his psychoanalytic orientation to actual hospital consultations with cancer patients. In this companion volume, Viederman continues his exploration of the application of psychoanalytic principles to brief therapy. While many of us feel comfortable meeting clients on our own turf, we are often less certain how to navigate the therapeutic relationship in a hospital setting with visibly ill patients. Working quickly to assess the conscious and unconscious coping mechanisms that affect the patient's experience of illness and treatment, Viederman's main objective is to create a supportive relationship and relive patient distress. Interspersed with illuminating commentary, Viederman skillfully demonstrates when to probe defensive structures and when to leave them alone so as not to increase the patient's anxiety. Keywords: death, dying, grief, psychoanalysis, terminal, illness, disease, loss, grieving, aging, hospital, brief, short-term, treatment, tools, techniques, psychodynamic, Milton Viederman, Counseling, counselling, Social Work, Social Worker, Therapy, Psychotherapy, Psychotherapy.net, Therapist.--Supplied by publisher.
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  • Cognitive Therapy comes to life in this reenactment of a 20-session course of therapy. Arthur Freeman illustrates the foundations and key techniques of cognitive therapy in a way that's enriching and easy to follow. Edward Crane blames his depression on his wife, who he says abandoned him by going back to school. 'I shouldn't feel this way!' he exclaims to Freeman in moments of frustration. Freeman begins by helping Edward focus on short-term, workable goals instead of outward blame. Through the 20-session course of therapy, Edward learns to distinguish between situations, thoughts, and feelings, and to reframe his belief of "I need to be taken care of," to instead "I get angry when I feel incompetent." Freeman works with Edward to develop ways to feel independent and self-sufficient so that he can begin to enjoy time by himself and not feel so angry and abandoned when his family is not around. Keywords: depression, major depressive disorder, cognitive, therapy, Arthur Freeman, Freeman, CBT, behavioral, behavior, behavioural, behaviour, SSRI, antidepressants, antidepressant, Counseling, counselling, Social Work, Social Worker, Therapy, Psychotherapy, Psychotherapy.net, Therapist.--Supplied by publisher.
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    Stanf Rep. 2009 Nov 10
  • Habif, Thomas P.
    Contains over 23,000 images of skin disease. Images can be enlarged with a click and can be located by browsing image categories or by searching. Also includes some videos. All available for viewing without charge; high-resolution copies may be purchased or licensed for publishing purposes.
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  • 2010 NEJM
    Hoberman, Alejandro; Kaleida, Phillip H.; Paradise, Jack L.; Ploof, Dianna L.; Shaikh, Nader.
    N Engl J Med. 2010-05-20; 362(20):e62[video]
    "Middle-ear inflammation may be classified clinically as either acute otitis media or otitis media with effusion. Mastery of otoscopic examination techniques is necessary for accurately diagnosing otitis media and differentiating its forms. This video demonstrates how to perform an otoscopic examination and how to remove cerumen from the external auditory canal"--Website.
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    Manco-Johnson, Marilyn J.
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  • Enjoy this rare opportunity to watch a true pioneer in action. Marsha Linehan, PhD, the creator of Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), is best known for her success with suicidal and highly complex clients. The amount of evidence-based research surrounding DBT is tremendous; not only in its application with Borderline Personality Disorder, but also with many other hard-to-treat conditions. In this video, watch Linehan demonstrate her approach with an extremely challenging client who manifests significant Axis II issues. This middle-aged man, brilliantly portrayed by Dutch actor Henk Grashuis, is struggling with depression, suicidal ideation, anger, and a sense that he has been treated unfairly by his ex-girlfriend--all of which is hidden behind a brittle defensiveness. You'll see Linehan conducting an initial behavioral assessment, interspersed with DBT techniques, including her use of dialectics, irreverence, "validating the valid," and an emphasis on client choice. While the client works to keep his worst behaviors hidden from Linehan, and is reluctant to commit to any treatment, Linehan carefully, cleverly, and matter-of-factly garners necessary information about him, assesses his suicidality and history of domestic violence, helps him define and commit to his goals, and builds an appropriate initial alliance. You'll be impressed by how much she accomplishes in a single session! Keywords: Marsha Linehan, dialectical behavior therapy, dbt, personality disorders, domestic abuse, violence, suicidal, suicidality, suicidal ideation, self-harm, Counseling, counselling, Social Work, Social Worker, Therapy, Psychotherapy, Psychotherapy.net, Therapist.--Supplied by publisher.
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    Tamura, Manjula.
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    Describes the state of the art in identifying autoantibodies as biomarkers for cancer and autoimmune diseases using DNA microarrays, protein arrays and mass spectrometry. Webinar date: June 20, 2007.
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    Kanapicki, Jennifer.
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    Delgado, Kit.
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    Cooke, John P.; Shah, Nigam.
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    Milstein, Arnold.
  • In an attempt to increase the efficacy of behavior therapy techniques, Donald Meichenbaum started paying attention to the cognitive and affective components of his client's stories. The resulting method, Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy, is arguably one of the most widely used and influential forms of therapy today. Describing how his style developed, Meichenbaum shares an entertaining vignette depicting the way his mother tells stories--and reveals his hunch that the change process has a strong literary component. "One can look at all psychotherapy as an occasion of where the therapist hears the story that clients tell. All therapies are a series of soaps. And the question becomes, in some sense, what does a therapist do with those stories? And what does the client do with those stories?" Identifying with investigative journalist I.F. Stone as an exemplar of iconoclastic wisdom, Meichenbaum has carefully nurtured his critical eye. This quality led to his being labeled a "malcontent" by the old guard behavior therapists early in his career, and it continued to keep his mind open to advancements in therapy, regardless of theoretical orientation. He warns that therapists can become overly invested in technique, laments the didactic style of some cognitive therapy, and admonishes behavioral and cognitive-behavioral therapists to ask questions of other orientations, rather than rejecting them outright. Advocating for the movement to integrate therapeutic orientations, Meichenbaum offers specific encouragement and advice to therapists to keep an open mind and use their own critical judgment to increase their therapeutic effectiveness. Keywords: CBT, cognitive, behavioral, behavior, behavioural, behaviour, EBT, evidence-based, behavior therapy, Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies, Counseling, counselling, Social Work, Social Worker, Therapy, Psychotherapy, Psychotherapy.net, Therapist.--Supplied by publisher.
  • Dominating our field is the assumption that for psychotherapy to be effective in a few sessions, depth must be sacrificed. Clinicians striving for brevity usually steer clear of a client's compelling, unconscious, lifelong themes. Challenging this view, Depth-Oriented Brief Therapy (DOBT) demonstrates that focused, rapidly effective in-depth therapy with individuals, couples and families turns out to be a very real option. Watch as a male client discovers how major past and current life themes generate his baffling annual depression. In one actual session, Ecker masterfully leads him into a deep exploration and reassessment. By using a variety of simple but highly effective techniques to discover unconscious emotional truth, the basis of the client's low self-esteem is revealed, prompting a new sense of mastery and possibilities. All in all, an impressive demonstration of what can be accomplished in a single session by a very talented therapist. Keywords: depression, down, dysthymia, dysthymic, deep, depth, psychodynamic, psychoanalysis, men, male, depressed, sad, Counseling, counselling, Social Work, Social Worker, Therapy, Psychotherapy, Psychotherapy.net, Therapist.--Supplied by publisher.
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  • A series of films of patients talking about anxiety, PTSD, bipolar disorder, depressive disorder, among other psychological illnesses.
  • A collection of films on military, child & adolescent, substance-related and addictive disorders and first responder.
  • A collection of films on military, child & adolescent, substance-related and addictive disorders and first responder.
  • A collection of films on military, child & adolescent, substance-related and addictive disorders and first responder.
  • A collection of films on military, child & adolescent, substance-related and addictive disorders and first responder.
  • A collection of films on military, child & adolescent, substance-related and addictive disorders and first responder.
  • A collection of films on military, child & adolescent, substance-related and addictive disorders and first responder.
  • A series of films of patients talking about anxiety, PTSD, bipolar disorder, depressive disorder, among other psychological illnesses.
  • A series of films of patients talking about anxiety, PTSD, bipolar disorder, depressive disorder, among other psychological illnesses.
  • A series of films of patients talking about anxiety, PTSD, bipolar disorder, depressive disorder, among other psychological illnesses.
  • A series of films of patients talking about anxiety, PTSD, bipolar disorder, depressive disorder, among other psychological illnesses.
  • A series of films of patients talking about anxiety, PTSD, bipolar disorder, depressive disorder, among other psychological illnesses.
  • A series of films of patients talking about anxiety, PTSD, bipolar disorder, depressive disorder, among other psychological illnesses.
  • A series of films of patients talking about anxiety, PTSD, bipolar disorder, depressive disorder, among other psychological illnesses.
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    Levitt, Joseph.
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    Richardson, Eugene T.
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    Barry, Michele; Pinsky, Benjamin A.; Tompkins, Lucy S.; Weiss, Eric A.
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  • Men often seek psychotherapy only as a last resort--the idea of talking about their feelings to resolve problems is not on the agenda. If they do seek help, they often avoid expressing their emotions due to fear, anxiety or learned ways of relating, making progress difficult and dropout more likely. In this dramatic recreation of key moments in a 12-session course of therapy with Raymond, a man who at mid-life cannot feel excitement at the prospect of his impending fatherhood, Dr. Levant demonstrates an unconventional, yet very effective approach to working with men. At first he helps Raymond understand the socio-cultural forces that restrict the emotional lives of men, and in doing so creates a strong therapeutic bond. Then he gradually helps Raymond experience and appreciate the breadth and richness of his emotions. With these fuller resources at his disposal, Raymond is able to use Dr. Levant's support to make rapid and meaningful changes in his life. Keywords: men, man, masculinity, masculine, emotions, mid-life, fatherhood, parenthood, depression, depressed, feelings, male, emotional, expression, Counseling, counselling, Social Work, Social Worker, Therapy, Psychotherapy, Psychotherapy.net, Therapist.--Supplied by publisher.
  • In Part Two of The Voices of Violence series, ten experts examine the critical components of effective treatment programs for violent individuals by focusing on prison programs in California and the U.K. Beyond the creation of an environment of safety and respect, these therapists confront the patriarchal beliefs, social misperceptions, and destructive thoughts that precipitate violent responses to real or perceived threats. Vignettes of actual therapy sessions, along with interviews with incarcerated men, display the remarkable insight these individuals can achieve through treatment. Their chilling accounts of violence will challenge the empathy of even seasoned therapists, yet many of their stories are ultimately redemptive, as they learn to make use of their violent pasts by working to prevent violence in their communities. This video demonstrates vividly that conventional assumptions about crime and punishment fail to endure close scrutiny. Keywords: effective treatment of violent individuals, Glendon, violence, prison, jail, murder, rape, rapist, assault, homicide, men, offender, incarcerated, inmates, inmate, crime, criminal, Counseling, counselling, Social Work, Social Worker, Therapy, Psychotherapy, Psychotherapy.net, Therapist.--Supplied by publisher.
  • In this video, Peter Fonagy, PhD, eloquently articulates effective methods of intervening with violent behavior. He begins with child development, emphasizing that early attachment often inhibits violent tendencies. Providing viewers with a series of effective examples, Fonagy discusses the importance of mentalization or self-reflective functioning as a method for intervening with violence. He also addresses social factors affecting violence, risk factors and thoughts that drive violent behavior, and counseling violent offenders in a variety of settings, including in prisons, group therapy and individual therapy. Keywords: Peter Fonagy, violence, intervention, violent behavior, aggression, anger management, Counseling, counselling, Social Work, Social Worker, Therapy, Psychotherapy, Psychotherapy.net, Therapist.--Supplied by publisher.
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    Mattu, Amal.
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  • 2015 NEJM
    Espaillat, Diego; Mazzini, Michael; Ortega, Rafael A.; Xue, Kristine.
    N Engl J Med. 2015-02-19; 372:e11[video]
    "ECG monitoring is useful, simple, and widely used in hospital-based care and in many other clinical settings. Clinicians must be familiar with proper use of this monitoring tool and know how to interpret the information it provides."
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    Jackler, Robert K.
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    "Scientists and educators have used the Carnegie Embryo Collection, housed at the National Museum of Health and Medicine, to define normal human embryo development for decades. A database, called the Virtual Human Embryo, has been created to provide digital serial sections of human embryos from the collection. The Embryo App uses mobile telecommunication and multimedia technologies to add interactive capabilities to the digital information, enhancing our understanding of embryo development. This App is part of the National Library of Medicine's program to fulfill the NLM's role as a provider of medical, science and health care information using mobile technologies. The Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health & Human Development has provided support for two components of the imaging project. Scientists at Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center has supported the 3D-reconstruction of the collection to add visual dynamics to the images"--Website.
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    Auerbach, Paul S.
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    Kooshesh, Shoreh; Wijman, Christine.
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    Di Stefano, Luigi; Sedehi, Daniel.
  • Cullnan, Erin; Hunter, Michelle; Leroux, Eric; Lipman, Grant S.; Quinn, James; Shipley, Kayla; Welle. Dana; Williams, Sarah R.
    7:30-9:00am: Residency Town Hall: 15 New Interns ... Strategizing for the Future / Williams **no audio -- 9:00-10:00am: M&M / Cullnan, Leroux -- 10:00-10:30am: Point/Counterpoint! / Lipman, Quinn -- 10:30-11:00am: Peer Support After Critical Events / Welle **no audio -- 11:00am-12:00pm: In Your Face: Emergency Department Care of Maxillofacial Trauma / Hunter, Shipley.
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    Dannenberg, Bernard; Fisher, Paul G.; Kanaan, Nicholas; Ladd, Eric.
    8:00 AM - 8:30 AM (00:33:35). Pediatric emergency medicine: everyone has a fever: interesting case (Interesting peds cases and follow-up) / Dr. Eric Ladd -- 8:30 - 9:00 AM (01:01:30). Pediatric interesting case / Dr. Cesar O. Avila -- 9:00 AM - 10:00 AM (01:36:25). Big headaches in little kids for emergency docs / Dr. Paul Graham Fisher -- 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM (02:35:10). Pediatric assessment, APLS: the pediatric emergency medicine resource (APLS course, lecture 1: primary assessment) / [Dr. Bernard Dannenberg] -- 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM (03:31:00). (Senior talk 5: wilderness medicine: hypothermia, frostbite, and other wilderness medicine emergencies) / Dr. Nicholas Kanaan.
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    Chona, Sangeeta K.; Constance, Benjamin B.; Schott, Meghan; Shea, Kate.
    8:00 AM - 8:30 AM (00:35:30). A peds case (Interesting peds cases & follow-up) / Dr. Kate Shea -- 8:30 AM - 9:00 AM (01:08:30). Boom goes the dynamite: pediatric ventricular fibrillation arrest / Dr. Meghan Schott -- 9:00 AM - 10:00 AM (01:35:30). The pediatric airway in health and disease I (APLS/peds curriculum) / [Dr. Sangeeta Chona] -- 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM (02:22:45). (APLS/peds grand rounds) / [Dr. Sangeeta Chona] -- 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM (03:40:30). Invasive & bedside monitoring in critically ill patients (Senior talk 7) / Dr. Ben Constance.
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    Berg, Cameron; Bhat, Sundeep R.; Briese, Beau; Brown, Lance A.; Caldwell, Nolan; Dannenberg, Bernard; Gharahbaghian, Laleh; Gonda, Jeremy; Grover, Casey A.; Mitarai, Tsuyoshi; Moynihan, James; Sokolsky, Paige; Sternbach, George L.; Vargas, Edward J.
    7:30 AM - 8:15 AM (00:00:01). Ordering neuro MR from emergency department (ED/radiology interdisciplinary series #2) / [Dr. Paige Sokolsky] -- 8:15 AM - 8:45 AM (00:24:40). Is my patient having a stroke? (Mystery case series) / Dr. Nolan Caldwell -- 8:45 AM - 9:00 AM (00:51:50). Don't get involved / Dr. George Sternbach -- 9:00 AM - 10:00 AM (01:06:15). Mystery at the VMC (Trauma curriculum 13) / Dr. Cameron Berg, Dr. Beau Briese -- 10:00 AM - 10:30 AM (02:13:30). Interesting pediatric cases (Visual diagnosis/procedures: pearls and pitfalls: pediatric imaging) / Dr. Bernard Dannenberg, Dr. Lance Brown, Dr. Ed Vargas, Dr. James Moynihan -- 10:30 AM - 11:30 AM (02:34:25). Cardiac arrest and critical illness in pregnancy (ICU/ED Joint Collaborative Conference) / Dr. Casey Grover, Dr. Jeremy Gonda, Dr. Tsuyoshi Mitarai -- 11:30 AM - 12:00 PM (03:32:35). Resident QA case (M and M) / Dr. Sundeep Bhat, Dr. Laleh Gharahbaghian, with special guest, Dr. Yoshi Mitarai.
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    Drullinger, Kyle; Grimm, Paul C.; Halamek, Louis P.; Ludlow, John; Newberry, Jennifer A.
    7:30 AM - 8:00 AM (00:00:30). Psychosis and the agitated pediatric patient (Residents, PDs: residency updates) / Dr. Jennifer A. Newberry -- 8:00 AM - 9:00 AM (00:32:50). Interesting peds case (Interesting peds cases and followups) / Dr. John Ludlow -- 9:00 AM - 10:00 AM (01:00:30). Neonatal emergencies (APLS/peds curriculum: neonatal emergencies) / [Dr. Louis Halamek] -- 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM (01:54:00). Interface of the ED and pediatric nephrology (APLS/peds grand rounds: pediatric renal emergencies) / Dr. Paul C. Grimm -- 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM (02:53:30). Pediatric seizures / Dr. Kyle Drullinger.
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    Kanapicki, Jennifer; Lee, Gordon K.; Lung, Derrick; Quinn, James.
    7:30 AM - 8:15 AM (00:00:18). [Board review: all residents] / [Dr. Jennifer Kanapicki] -- 8:15 AM - 9:00 AM (00:20:40). Old spice, new spice: synthetic cannabinoids (Toxicology) / Dr. Derrick Lung -- 9:00 AM - 10:00 AM (01:04:00). Ob-Peds M&M (Trauma curriculum 12) -- 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM (02:06:00). "Micro" surgery for "macro" trauma (Grand rounds: head surgery emergencies) / Dr. Gordon K. Lee -- 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM (03:03:10). Evaluation and management of syncope (Grand rounds: syncope) / Dr. James Quinn.
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    Berg, Cameron; Bhat, Sundeep R.; Kanaan, Nicholas; Mayer, Thom A.; Williams, Sarah R.
    7:30 AM - 8:00 AM (00:05:15). Quick review: images for boards (Board review: all residents (high yield facts for in-training exam)) / Dr. Sarah R. Williams -- 8:00 AM - 8:30 AM (00:37:20). [Community-acquired pneumonia] (continuing board review) / [Dr. Cameron Berg] -- 8:30 AM - 9:00 AM (01:25:00). Overview: February 2012 technical upgrade, changes clinical users will experience / [speaker?] -- 9:00 AM - 10:00 AM (01:43:00). Extremity trauma (Trauma curriculum 14) / Dr. Sundeep Bhat, Dr. Nicholas Kanaan -- 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM (02:34:30). Service or servitude? (Grand rounds: "Patient satisfaction and customer service in the ED" and "Efficiency/throughput in EM") / Dr. Thom Mayer.
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    Lin, Brian W.
    7:30 AM - 10:00 AM (00:00:01). [R1 and R2: EKG Jeopardy] / [Dr. Brian Lin].
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    Bresler, Michael Jay; Chao, Alice; Chough, Natacha G.; Craig, David A.; Kanapicki, Jennifer.
    7:30 AM - 8:00 AM (00:12:00). Board review: cutaneous disorders (Board review: R1s & R2s) / Dr. Jennifer Kanapicki -- 8:00 AM - 8:30 AM (00:51:00). Board review: hematology, oncology, and immunology / Dr. Jennifer Kanapicki -- 8:30 AM - 9:00 AM (01:05:45). Test taking strategies & general review / Dr. "Natcho" [Natacha Chough] -- 9:00 AM - 9:30 AM (01:36:45). Pancreatitis (Intern lectures: case-based abdominal pain) / Dr. David Craig -- 9:30 AM - 10:00 AM (02:04:40). Esophageal disorders / Dr. Alice Chao -- 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM (02:41:40). Psychiatric disorders in emergency medicine (Faculty lecture: psychiatric disorder in emergency medicine with particular emphasis on medical disorders presenting with psychiatric complaints) / Dr. Michael Jay Bresler.
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    Brown, Ian; Kanapicki, Jennifer; Smith-Coggins, Rebecca; Sokolsky, Paige; Taleghani, N. Nounou; Teng, Margie.
    7:30 AM - 8:15 AM (00:03:30). PEER-7 obstetrics/gynecology (Board review: all residents) / Dr. Jennifer Kanapicki -- 8:15 AM - 9:00 AM (00:50:30). Choice and timing of reperfusion therapy in STEMI: a community physician's perspective (Cardiology pearls and pitfalls: ACS and options in the community ED) / [Dr. Ian Brown] -- 9:00 AM - 10:00 AM (01:40:30). Cerebrovascular and thoracic blunt vascular injury: R3 trauma presentation (Trauma curriculum 11) / Dr. L. Paige Sokolsky, Dr. Margie Teng -- 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM (02:40:00). Medical education and the ER-doc: one (wo)mans journey (Grand rounds: emergency medicine and the medical school) / Dr. N. Nounou Taleghani -- 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM (03:12:45). [Chalk talk] / Dr. Rebecca Smith-Coggins.
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    Bhat, Sundeep R.; Drullinger, Kyle; Gharahbaghian, Laleh; Guest, Christopher; Huang, Jeff; Klofas, Edward S.; Lei, Charles; Sternbach, George L.; Tamrazi, Anobel.
    7:30 AM - 8:15 AM (00:04:00). Multimodality imaging (EM/Rads collaborative series 1) / Dr. Anobel Tamrazi -- 8:15 AM - 8:45 AM (00:54:30). The mysterious case of things that go lump in the night (Dr. George Sternbach and resident: mystery case series) / Dr. Chris Guest -- 8:45 AM - 9:00 AM (01:23:00). And the nominees are ... / Dr. George Sternbach -- 9:00 AM - 10:00 AM (01:39:00). Trauma Conference (Trauma curriculum 10) / Dr. Kyle Drullinger, Dr. Jeff Huang -- 10:00 AM - 10:30 AM (02:35:00). Saphenous vein cutdown (Visual diagnosis/procedures: pearls and pitfalls) / Dr. Ed Klofas -- 10:30 AM - 11:30 AM (03:14:20). EM-ICU Conference (ICU/ED Joint Collaborative Conference) / Dr. Charles Lei -- 11:30 AM - 12:00 PM (04:04:10). QA Case Conference (M & M case) / Dr. Sundeep Bhat, Dr. Laleh Gharahbaghian.
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    Bhat, Sundeep R.; Gharahbaghian, Laleh; Jones, Robert; Mahadevan, Swaminatha V.; Newberry, Jennifer A.; Raphael, Elizabeth H.; Sokolsky, Paige; Sternbach, George L.
    7:30 AM - 8:15 AM (00:06:45). Subtle pains (EM/Rads Collaborative Conference 4) / Dr. Robert Jones, L. Paige Sokolsky -- 8:15 AM - 9:00 AM (00:52:00). Straight and narrow (Mystery case series) / Dr. George Sternbach -- 9:00 AM - 10:00 AM (01:33:15). Rollover crashes, roof crushes, and cervical spine injuries (Trauma curriculum 16) / Dr. Elizabeth H. Raphael -- 10:00 AM - 10:30 AM (02:35:30). Hits and misses (Visual diagnosis/procedures: pearls and pitfalls) / Dr. S.V. Mahadevan -- 10:30 AM - 11:30 AM (03:07:00). EM + ICU Conference (ICU/ED Joint Collaborative Conference 8) / Dr. Jennifer A. Newberry -- 11:30 AM - 12:00 PM (04:05:00). Resident QA case (M&M case) / Dr. Sundeep Bhat, Dr. Laleh Gharahbaghian.
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    Aye, Tandy; Bhat, Sundeep R.; Franzon, Deborah; Masek, Kevin; Steele, Brianne; Wang, Nancy Ewen.
    8:00 AM - 8:30 AM (00:30:45). Interesting pediatric case (Interesting peds cases & follow-up) / Dr. Kevin Masek -- 8:30 AM - 9:00 AM (00:59:00). Pediatrics interesting case: headache & vomiting / Dr. Brianne Steele, Dr. Ewen Wang -- 9:00 AM - 10:00 AM (01:36:45). Oncologic emergencies, a case-based primer (Senior talk) / Dr. Sundeep R. Bhat -- 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM (02:41:15). Diabetic ketoacidosis (APLS/Peds grand rounds) / Dr. Tandy Aye -- 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM (03:42:15). Central nervous system (APLS talk: neurologic emergencies) / Dr. Deborah Franzon.
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    Bucks, Colin; Buckway, Caroline; Lippert, Suzanne; Mahadevan, Swaminatha V.; Walker, Graham.
    7:30 AM - 8:15 AM (00:15:30). Mock oral boards (Mock orals prep, part I) / [Dr. Suzanne Lippert] -- 8:15 AM - 9:00 AM (00:53:00). An introduction to disaster preparedness for EM house staff (Disaster medicine: disaster 101) / [Dr. Colin Bucks] -- 9:00 AM - 10:00 AM (01:42:15). Updates in trauma: 2012 (Trauma curriculum 18: trauma radiography) / Dr. S.V. Mahadevan -- 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM (02:34:40). Endocrine emergencies (Grand rounds - pediatric diabetes) / Dr. Caroline Buckway -- 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM (00:00:15 on video 11). One does not simply keep current by reading annals (Grand rounds - SHA updates) / [Dr. Graham Walker].
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    D'Souza, Peter; Lin, Michelle; Maldonado, José R.
    7:30 AM - 9:00 AM (00:00:00). Psychiatric emergency services (Emergency psychiatry) / Dr. José R. Maldonado -- 9:00 AM - 10:00 AM (01:44:00). Traumatic brain injury and ProTECT III: the hope of progesterone (Trauma curriculum) / Dr. Peter D'Souza -- 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM (02:31:00). Pitfalls in orthopedic radiography (Grand rounds - orthopedic pearls) / Dr. Michelle Lin -- 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM (03:32:00). Tricks of the trade in emergency medicine (Grand rounds - tricks of the trade) / Dr. Michelle Lin.
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    Auerbach, Lauren J.; Briese, Beau; Constance, Benjamin B.; Grover, Casey A.; Lodhia, Nayna A.; Polen, Lauren A.; Sattar, Ayesha; Tonna, Joseph E.; Zink, Brian J.
    8:00 AM - 9:00 AM (00:34:15). Anyone, anything, anytime: a history of emergency medicine (Grand rounds: history of EM) / Dr. Brian J. Zink -- 9:00 AM - 10:00 AM (01:44:30). The leader within - leading from the middle / Dr. Brian J. Zink -- 10:00 AM - 10:15 AM (02:41:15). Reproducible murine model of frostbite injury (Resident research forum) / Dr. Lauren J. Auerbach, Dr. Michael G. Galvez, Dr. Mackenzie R. Wehner, Dr. Geoffrey, C. Gurtner, Dr. Paul S. Auerbach -- 10:15 AM - 10:30 AM (02:51:00). Epidemiology of non-vehicular trauma patients in the prehospital setting in India / Dr. Nayna A. Lodhia, Dr. Matthew Strehlow, Dr. Elizabeth Pirrotta, Dr. B.N.V. Swathi, Dr. Aruna Gimkala, Dr. G.V. Ramana Rao, Dr. Swaminatha Mahadevan -- 10:30 AM - 10:45 AM (03:06:30). Radiation dosimetry in the emergency department / D. Lauren A Polen, Dr. Cameron Berg, Dr. Paul S. Auerbach -- 10:45 AM - 11:00 AM (03:22:40). Epidemiology of fatal drownings / Dr. Joseph E. Tonna, Dr. Matt Schreiber, Dr. Grant S. Lipman -- 11:00 AM - 11:15 AM (03:33:40). How frequently are "classic" drug-seeking behaviors used by drug-seeking patients in the ED? / Dr. Casey Grover, Dr. Joshua W. Elder, Dr. Reb J.H. Close, Dr. Sean M. Curry -- 11:15 AM - 11:30 AM (03:49:15). Pre-hospital medical care and the National Ski Patrol: how does outdoor emergency care compare to traditional EMS training? / Dr. Benjamin Constance -- 11:30 AM - 11:45 AM (04:05:15). A simple score to predict death: the pulmonary embolism triage score (PETS) / Dr. Beau Briese -- 11:45 AM - 12:00 PM (04:21:45). Prevalence of arrhythmias in emergency department patients discharged using a novel ambulatory cardiac monitor / Dr. Ayesha Sattar.
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    Briese, Beau; Chang, Jamie; Fontes, Kristin E.; Miyake, Christina.
    8:00 AM - 8:30 AM (00:40:15). Abnormal movements: a peds case (Interesting peds cases and follow-up) / Dr. Kristin Fontes -- 8:30 AM - 9:00 AM (01:17:00). Interesting peds case / Dr. Jamie Chang -- 9:00 AM - 11:00 AM (01:43:00). Pediatric arrhythmias in the emergency room (Pediatric dysrhythmias) / Dr. Christina Miyake -- 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM (03:37:00). The sum of our work: fun with numbers in emergency medicine (Senior talk 9: cranial nerve, peripheral nerve disorders: key pearls and pitfalls) / Dr. Beau Briese.
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    Boukhman, Milana; Chan, Garrett K.; Comer, Garet; Constance, Benjamin B.; Johnson, David; Mitarai, Tsuyoshi; Shuhendler, Adam Jason; Steele, Brianne; Teng, Margie.
    7:30 AM - 8:15 AM (00:07:30). Cash cab [Emergency Medicine Radiology Conference] (ED/radiology interdisciplinary series 3) / [Dr. Adam Jason Shuhendler?] -- 8:15 AM - 9:00 AM (00:57:45). The EPEC®-EM project (Difficult pain management: when morphine is not enough) / Dr. Garrett Chan -- 9:00 AM - 10:00 AM (01:42:30). Trauma Conference (Trauma curriculum 16) / Dr. Ben Constance, Dr. David Johnson, Dr. Garet Comer -- 10:00 AM - 10:30 AM (02:33:40). M&M Presentation (M&M case) / Dr. Margie S. Teng -- 10:30 AM - 11:30 AM (03:05:15). EM/ICU presentation: 20yo male presents in PEA arrest... (ICU/ED Joint Collaborative Conference 7) / Dr. Brianne Steele, Dr. Tsuyoshi Mitarai -- 11:30 AM - 12:00 PM (04:04:00). Emergent causes of sore throat (M&M case) / Dr. Milana Boukhman.
  • Kohn, Michael A.
    8:00-11:00am: Research Day! / various -- 11:00am-12:00pm: Using Randomized Trials Like MR CLEAN to Quantify Treatment Effects / Kohn.
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    Chao, Alice; Frankovich, Jennifer; Johnson, David; Mahadevan, Swaminatha V.; Schultz, Geoffrey M.
    8:00 AM - 8:30 AM (00:39:30). Peds cases (Interesting peds cases & follow-up) / Dr. Alice Chao -- 8:30 AM - 9:00 AM (01:09:40). APLS: pediatric emergency medicine: interesting case / Dr. Geoffrey M. Schultz -- 9:00 AM - 10:00 AM (01:47:05). Trauma I / [Dr. S.V. Mahadevan] -- 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM (02:39:40). Pediatric rheumatology in the ED (Pediatric rheumatology emergencies) / Dr. Jennifer Frankovich -- 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM (03:39:00). Senior talk (Senior talk 12: weapons of mass destruction/bioterrorism) / Dr. David Johnson.
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    Berg, Laura Jean; Drullinger, Kyle; Lipman, Grant S.; Newman, David H.
    8:15 AM - 9:00 AM (00:52:50). Wilderness improvisation (Improvisation in the wilderness) / Dr. Grant S. Lipman -- 9:00 AM - 10:00 AM (01:38:45). Trauma Conference (Trauma curriculum 20) / Dr. Laura Berg, Dr. Kyle Drullinger -- 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM (02:39:20). Pseudoaxioms (Grand rounds pseudoaxioms: tracking the myths of emergency medicine) / Dr. DH Newman -- 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM (03:50:45). Health care's most important reform: the doctor (Grand rounds) / Dr. David H. Newman.
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    Andrews, Jennifer; Huang, Jeff; Schertzer, Kimberly; Widdison, Julie.
    7:30 AM - 8:30 AM (00:04:30). Mock oral boards (Boot camp--mock orals prep, part 2) / [Dr. Kimberly Schertzer] -- 8:30 AM - 9:30 AM (01:04:10). RBC and WBC disorders in the ED (Senior resident lecture -- WBC and RBC disorders in the ED) / Dr. Jeff Huang -- 9:30 AM - 10:30 AM (02:09:15). Transfusion medicine: what do I order?!?! (Trauma curriculum 19: transfusions) / Dr. Jennifer Andrews -- 10:30 AM - 11:30 AM (03:03:20). EM/ICU Joint Conference (ICE/ED Joint Collaborative Conference 9) / Dr. Julie Widdison.
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    Bailey, Yvonne; Craig, David A.; Kanapicki, Jennifer; Lei, Charles; Mahadevan, Swaminatha V.; Schott, Meghan; Steele, Brianne; Strehlow, Matthew.
    7:30 AM - 8:00 AM (00:04:15). How to prepare for the written boards (Board review) / Dr. Jennifer Kanapicki -- 8:00 AM - 9:00 AM (00:35:50). M&M (M & M) / Dr. Meghan Schott, Dr. Yvonne Bailey, Dr. Charles Lei -- 9:00 AM - 10:00 AM (01:38:50). Low risk chest pain: ADPs, CPOUs, and stress studies (Accelerated diagnostic protocols and rapid rule-outs) / Dr. Matthew Strehlow -- 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM (02:44:20). Fever in travelers: what you need to know (Fever in the returning traveler) / Dr. S.V. Mahadevan -- 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM (03:31:30). Big trouble in little Cooper (Trauma team) / Dr. Brianne Steele, Dr. David Craig.
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    D'Souza, Peter; Grover, Casey A.; Hunter-Behrend, Michelle; Hwang, Calvin; Jones, Robert; Mitarai, Tsuyoshi; Schultz, Geoffrey M.; Sternbach, George L.
    7:30-8:25 AM (00:00:25). ED/Radiology Interdisciplinary Series #2 / Robert Jones, Geoffrey Schultz, Casey Grover, Rads Team: ED/Radiology -- 8:25 AM - 8:50 AM (00:55:50). Intern Lecture: Sedation Primer: Overview of Sedative-Hypnotic Agents (Ch. 149) / Michelle Hunter-Behrend -- 8:50 AM - 9:30 AM (01:19:14). Mystery and Classic Series / G. Sternbach -- 9:30-10:30 AM (01:57:10). Trauma Grand Rounds 4 / Peter D'Souza -- 10:30-11:30 AM (02:53:26). ICU/ED Joint Collaborative Conference 4 / Calvin Hwang, Tsuyoshi Mitarai (no video).
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    Caldwell, Nolan; Campen, Cynthia J.; Lindquist, Ben; Tonna, Joseph E.; Wang, Wilson.
    7:30 AM - 8:00 AM (00:01:30). Intracranial and other CNS lesions (Interim lecture: intracranial and other central nervous system lesions) / Dr. Ben Lindquist -- 8:00 AM - 9:00 AM (00:37:50). Code 3 baby (Congenital heart disease) / Dr. Nolan Caldwell -- 9:00 AM - 10:00 AM (01:30:20). Key considerations in the practice of emergency medicine in developing contexts: a story of two pediatric hospitals in Liberia (Pediatric emergency medicine in Liberia) / Dr. Wilson Wang -- 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM (02:39:00). Acute seizure management (Pediatric neurology/neurooncology, pediatric seizure) / Dr. Cynthia J. Campen -- 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM (03:36:45). Metabolic & endocrine emergencies (Senior talk 6: endocrine emergencies) / Dr. Joseph E. Tonna.
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    Estes, Molly; Gharahbaghian, Laleh; Lee, Hyun-Chul; Leroux, Eric; Mitarai, Tsuyoshi; Quinn, James; Radler, David; Schreiber, Donald H.; Storch, Ian; Wallingford, Gregory; Zozula, Alexander.
    7:30-8:00am: Hemato-, (Onco-), and Immunologic Disorders / Zozula -- 8:00-8:30am: Atrial Fibrillation: Management in the Emergency Department / Storch **No Audio** -- 8:30-9:30am: Trauma Conference / Radler, Lee -- 9:30-10:30am: Stanford/Kaiser Emergency Medicine / Leroux, Estes, Schreiber, Gharahbaghian -- 10:30-11:30am: EM/ICU Joint Conference / Wallingford, Mitarai -- 11:30am-12:00pm: ESETT (Established Status Epilepticus Trial) and Exception from Informed Consent (EFIC): Pathway to Performing Emergency Research / Quinn.

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