- Berg, Laura Jean.
- Ashley, Euan A.
- An online tool for radiology professionals, educators, and students. Medlantis is organized into individual modules that contain video lectures and links to relevant Thieme eRadiology and RadCases content. It is accessible from any computer, tablet, or phone with internet access.
- Cho, Do-Yeon; Meiklejohn, Duncan.Presented as Resident debate #2, Dr. Do-Yeon Cho vs. Dr. Duncan Meiklejohn (Dr. Meiklejohn's presentation with title, "The Argument for Surgery ..." starts at time 00:13:56). Debate #1 not recorded.
- Lavori, Philip W.
- Popat, Rita Ashok.
- Bass, Amira.
- Kudelko, Kristina; Shaller, Brian; Zamanian, Roham T.Case presentation / Shaller -- Consultation / Kudelko -- Research / Zamanian.
- Sinha, Seema.
- Baine, Jennifer.
- Ellis, Albert.Albert Ellis demonstrates his signature style with a difficult client; using rationality, strong language, and forceful directives, he is remarkably effective in just one session. Orville would like to reduce his marijuana, alcohol and hallucinogen dependency but doesn't know how. Ellis immediately focuses in on Orville's low frustration tolerance and 'self-downing' as the irrational beliefs that sustain his drug and alcohol addictions. Ellis debunks Orville's claim that if he doesn't always behave well, he is a bad person. He clarifies that it is certainly highly preferable to behave well, but that we are all fallible human beings who screw up sometimes. Orville's distractibility and flights into tangential stories challenge Ellis to keep Orville on task. You'll be impressed to see how Ellis remains focused on the issue at hand, pushing Orville to grapple with beliefs that are tough to change and addictive behaviors that are difficult to conquer. Keywords: Albert, Ellis, REBT, Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy, addiction, addictions, drug abuse, behavioral, drugs, sober, sobriety, alcohol, Counseling, counselling, Social Work, Social Worker, Therapy, Psychotherapy, Psychotherapy.net, Therapist.--Supplied by publisher.
- Cullen, Mark R.
- Croft, David.
- Schiffman, Joshua D.
- Readmission versus mission-- Can you care for the very sick and not get hit with Medicare readmission penaltyPetrou, Constantia; Zenios, Stefanos A.
- Schnitzer, Jay J.
- Ash, Joan S.
- Carlson, Jon; Kjos, Diane; Wubbolding, Robert E.Wubbolding believes that as human beings we have much more control over our lives than we think, and that the challenge is to learn how to be more responsible in our drives for belonging, power, enjoyment, freedom and survival. In this video, Wubbolding works with a graduate student who lacks focus in his efforts to complete his master's thesis and make pivotal life decisions. This challenging client is initially difficult to pin down, speaking in tangents and diverting Wubbolding's questions throughout the session. However, Wubbolding is able to reel him in during key moments, leading the client to realize that it is his motivation, not external factors that prevent him from moving forward with his thesis and other life decisions. Jon Carlson and Diane Kjos introduce Wubbolding and facilitate a discussion on the approach. Keywords: reality, Robert Wubbolding, Wubbolding, Glasser, cognitive, cognitive-, behavior, behavioral, behaviour, behavioural Counseling, counselling, Social Work, Social Worker, Therapy, Psychotherapy, Psychotherapy.net, Therapist.--Supplied by publisher.
- Carlson, Jon; Lewis, Judith A.; Wubbolding, Robert E.Reality Therapy, first developed by psychiatrist William Glasser, is a practical and systematic approach which helps clients evaluate the effectiveness of current behaviors and focus on practical plans of action for change. In the video, Dr. Wubbolding conducts a full-length psychotherapy session with a client whose recovery from cocaine addiction is complicated by depression. Prior to the session, Jon Carlson and Judy Lewis introduce Dr. Wubbolding, and facilitate an in-depth discussion of his approach. Afterwards, Dr. Wubbolding discusses how his model was applied with this specific clients, and well as in other applications. Keywords: reality, therapy, Robert, Wubbolding, addictions, addiction, brief, cognitive, behavioral, behaviorism, rational, alcohol, substance, drug, drugs, Counseling, counselling, Social Work, Social Worker, Therapy, Psychotherapy, Psychotherapy.net, Therapist.--Supplied by publisher.
- Carlson, Jon; Keat, Donald B.; Wubbolding, Robert E.Watch reality therapist Robert Wubbolding in an actual counseling session with a 15-year old boy. World-renowned reality therapist Robert Wubbolding demonstrates how his sensible, straightforward approach is equally effective with children as it is with adults. Through the use of a series of strategic questions, Dr. Wubbolding guides his young clients through a process of self-evaluation and priority clarification. In this video, see him help a typical teenage boy develop motivation and a plan of action to improve his grades at school, and increase the boy's commitment to his algebra homework. Jon Carlson and Don Keat introduce Dr. Wubbolding, and facilitate an in-depth discussion of the further impact and uses of the model. Keywords: reality, teenager, teen, child, children, rational, Wubbolding, cognitive, behavioral, behaviorism, Counseling, counselling, Social Work, Social Worker, Therapy, Psychotherapy, Psychotherapy.net, Therapist.--Supplied by publisher.
- Wolfe, Janet L.At one time or another, all clinicians have had to meet the challenge of dealing with an angry client. Skilled in empathy and active listening, we are sometimes at a loss when confronted with clients who have difficulty containing their rage. In this video with an actual client, you will learn an REBT approach to anger management. Students and interns will especially find this action-oriented approach useful when facing those clients who may only be in treatment for a few sessions. Melanie, an African-American woman with a history of drug addiction, comes to treatment as part of an anger management course. Her past angry outbursts have led her to violence and even incarceration. Dr. Janet Wolfe helps Melanie connect her irrational beliefs to their ineffectual, and sometimes violent, consequences. Using the ABCs of REBT helping the client understand how not only the activating event (A), but her beliefs (B) about that event trigger the emotional and behavioral consequences (C) Dr. Wolfe introduces a specific Anger Management Sequence, which she uses immediately during a role play in the session. Interspersed throughout this actual session is an informative discussion that elucidates Dr. Wolfe's rationale in utilizing classic REBT techniques. Although most people associate REBT with the confrontative and even cantankerous style of its founder, Albert Ellis, Dr. Wolfe shows how REBT principles can be practiced with a softer touch. Keywords: anger, management, REBT, rational emotive behavior therapy, incarcerated, drug, drugs, substance, rage, Counseling, counselling, Social Work, Social Worker, Therapy, Psychotherapy, Psychotherapy.net, Therapist.--Supplied by publisher.
- Wormald, P. J.
- Pui, Ching-Hon.
- Prober, Charles G.
- Brewer, T.
- Schwartz, Richard C.Renee and Dennis, married for sixteen years, enter treatment a month after Renee discovered Dennis had been having an affair. This video documents their entire course of therapy, as Schwartz demonstrates how to help a couple work through this difficult issue. See how Schwartz helps Renee and Dennis gradually identify the key parts of themselves that interfere with their ability to be intimate with each other; for instance, Dennis's "minimizer" part activates Renee's rageful "Cruella" part by concealing and trivializing the details of his affair. While they still have work to do by the end of the sixth session, you'll be impressed with how far this couple has come with Schwartz's expert guidance. The video also includes Schwartz's introduction to the principles and techniques of Internal Family Systems Therapy, along with his commentary after each session, giving the viewer an opportunity to hear why he chose specific interventions. By watching this video, you will be able to: help couples identify their own parts that get in the way of getting and staying close to each other, create a safe atmosphere for couples to drop their defenses and engage in self-to-self connection, apply IFS principles to your own countertransference reactions so you can be more present with your clients. Keywords: marriage, marital, infidelity, cheating, internal family, family systems, Schwartz, affair, adultery, crisis, Counseling, counselling, Social Work, Social Worker, Therapy, Psychotherapy, Psychotherapy.net, Therapist.--Supplied by publisher.
- Maldonado, Yvonne.
- Kennedy, William A.
- 2013 NEJMGervaix, Alain; Lacroix, Laurence E.; Manzano, Sergio; Schneider, Franck; Vunda, Aaron.N Engl J Med. 2013-03-28; 368:e16[video]"Paraphimosis is a urologic emergency that must be treated immediately in the emergency department. In most cases, manual reduction, which is a noninvasive technique, is effective."
- 2014 NEJMAnderson, JoDee; Aylor, Megan; Braner, Dana A. V.; Halsey, Matthew; Lai, Susanna; Vanderford, Paula.N Engl J Med. 2014-11-20; 371:e32[video]"Pulled elbow is a common injury in young children. Reduction of a pulled elbow is a simple and benign intervention that can be performed in an outpatient setting with rapid results. Some studies have shown that the hyperpronation method is more effective than supination and may be less painful.5,6 Clinicians should be competent in treating this common pediatric injury.."
- Blau, Helen M.
- Contag, Christopher H.
- Salvatierra, Oscar.
- Holmboe, Eric S.
- Longaker, Michael T.
- Longaker, Michael T.
- Prober, Charles G.
- Starke, Jeffrey R.
- Hunt, Sharon A.
- 2016 NEJMFriedman, Ellen M.N Engl J Med. 2016-02-18; 374:e7[video]"Successful removal of a foreign body from the external auditory canal or the nasal passage depends on the size, shape, texture, and composition of the object, the length of time the object has been lodged, the patient's anatomy, the presence or absence of infection, and the number and nature of any previous attempts at removal. The likelihood of success for retrieval in an outpatient setting decreases with each additional attempt. It is important to keep the patient still by means of passive restraint or sedation and to use appropriate equipment with excellent illumination. Experience by the operator in the removal of foreign objects will increase confidence, improve technical skills, and increase the likelihood of success."
- Rosenblum, Norman.
- Depner, Tom.
- 2014 NEJMBroome, Martin; Pietramaggiori, Giorgio; Zweifel, Daniel F.N Engl J Med. 2014-02-06; 370:e9[video]"Temporomandibular joint dislocation is easily diagnosed. If there are no facial fractures, repositioning should be performed as soon as possible, to avoid unnecessary discomfort for the patient. After the jaw has been repositioned, patients generally do well, provided that they follow the instructions for aftercare."
- Goodman, Steven N.
- Murphy, Shawn.
- Friedman, Rick A.
- Provides programming which reports the results of research via television and Internet channels to connect a global audience with the research and academic institutions whose developments, insights and discoveries affect our lives and futures. The intent is to share the work of researchers with the public.
- Resident Debate-- To further evaluate a patient with symptoms of OSA and no significant comorbid medical issues an oximetry study IS/IS NOT preferable to an in-facility PSG.Baird, Brandon; Schoppy, David.
- Czechowicz, Josephine; Ginn, Stuart D.; Rameau, Anaïs; Williams, Ryan.Debate 1. There is evidence-based support for the use of antiviral medication, systemic steroids, and/or intratympanic steroids for the treatment of idiopathic sudden sensorineural hearing loss / PRO: Anaïs Rameau, CON: Ryan Williams -- Debate 2. Asymptomatic disease of the frontal sinus should/should not be managed with frontal sinusotomy in the setting of primary FESS / PRO: JoAnn Czechowicz, CON: Stuart Ginn.
- Delgado, Eva; Jackson, Lindsay; Peoples, John.
- Cole, Cathy.Ambivalence is often at the heart of our struggles to embark upon change. Motivational Interviewing, a widely used methodology in diverse settings, employs specific tools and techniques to help clients fully explore their ambivalence as a critical part of the change process--since it is ultimately their decision whether to change or not. In this third video in the series Motivational Interviewing Step by Step, expert MI practitioner and trainer Cathy Cole conducts three full-length demonstration sessions where the focus is on fully exploring both sides of ambivalence. Extensive commentary and pre- and post-session interviews help viewers understand the strategies and guiding principles of MI. Jim has been offered a job promotion that would ease his family's financial struggles but require extensive travel. In her role as an EAP counselor, Cole guides Jim's exploration of his options and leads him into next steps, all the while maintaining her neutrality about his career decision. Holly has mixed feelings about when to stop breastfeeding her son. As a health educator, Cole skillfully provides information in a collaborative manner that reinforces Holly's autonomy and supports her in making a decision that's right for her. Kathy is reluctant to stop smoking but concerned about her health. Cole avoids the trap of trying to convince her to change, and strategically capitalizes on the subtle shift between "sustain talk" and "change talk" in order to help Kathy establish a change plan. By watching this video, you will be able to: learn MI strategies useful with clients stuck in ambivalence; recognize the difference between sustain talk and change talk; identify specific techniques used to reinforce change talk and move toward a change plan. Keywords: resistance, sustain, change, smoking, cessation, employment, workplace, occupation, occupational, career, breastfeeding, Counseling, counselling, Social Work, Social Worker, Therapy, Psychotherapy, Psychotherapy.net, Therapist.--Supplied by publisher.
- Levine, Peter A.Working with Ray's presenting symptoms over the course of five sessions, Levine introduces a number of essential trauma resolution techniques that markedly improve Ray's Tourette-like convulsions, as well as his overall pain and emotional outlook. Levine developed Somatic Experiencing based on the premise that trauma overwhelms the nervous system and that it needs to be addressed somatically before emotional processing is possible. Thorough commentary by Levine, as well as an extensive interview, helps to elucidate the subtleties of his methods. You will walk away from this video with a sound understanding of this approach to trauma work. This method can be integrated with and add richness to a number of therapeutic modalities and can be used to treat all manner of trauma--from car accidents, surgeries, child abuse, experiences of violence, and so on. Keywords: trauma, PTSD, body-oriented, somatic, somatic experiencing, post-traumatic stress, veteran, war, Iraq, TBI, traumatic brain injury, Counseling, counselling, Social Work, Social Worker, Therapy, Psychotherapy, Psychotherapy.net, Therapist.--Supplied by publisher.
- Englund, Janet A.
- Schoolnik, Gary K.
- Nadkarni, Vinay M.
- Hartman, Gary E.
- Skapek, Stephen X.
- Spunt, Sheri L.
- Weyand, Cornelia M.
- Koch, Alisa E.
- Richard E. Behrman Endowed Lecture Series in Pediatrics-- Abusive Head Trauma : Myths, Media and Medicine.SUNet ID login requiredBerkowitz, Carol D.
- Raoult, Didier.
- Lee, James A.
- Winkelmayer, Wolfgang C.
- Road to Professionalism-- A Life Long Journey : from medical student to medical trainee to faculty member.Branch, William T.
- Robotic H&N Surgery-- An update on the NCI-funded clinical, future innovation, & cost-value propositionHolsinger, F. Christopher.YouTube video in-process.
- Ling, Louis J.
- 2010Shieh, Jennifer C.; Clandinin, Thomas R.; McConnell, Susan K.; Shen, Kang.Disruptions in neuronal migration have been implicated in a variety of human mental disorders, including epilepsy, autism, and schizophrenia. Despite the critical role of migration during nervous system development, the basic physical and cytoskeletal mechanisms of coordinated neuronal movement have not yet been fully characterized. A migrating neuron moves with morphologically distinct steps: a single leading process extends ahead of a stationary cell soma, followed by the formation of a cytoplasmic dilation ahead of the nucleus, subsequent movement of the nucleus into the dilation, and retraction of the cell rear. The temporal and spatial regulation of adhesion is important for the proper progression of these steps. I investigated the role of endocytosis in regulating adhesion during neuronal migration. Using genetic and pharmacological methods to disrupt endocytosis either in vitro or in vivo leads to altered neuronal migration. Introducing dominant negative clathrin or dynamin into the developing cortex delays radial migration in vivo. Pharmacologically inhibiting clathrin or dynamin reduces the velocity of anterior subventricular zone (SVZa) neurons migrating in a three-dimensional matrix in vitro. Components of clathrin endocytic machinery are localized to the dilation region of a migrating neuron at points of matrix attachment. The absence of adhesion molecules at the cell rear led us to the hypothesis that endocytosis weakens adhesions in the dilation to allow the cell rear to move forward during migration. In support of this hypothesis, exposing SVZa explants to pharmacological inhibitors of either clathrin or dynamin prevents migration out of explants, and neurons that have migrated out have altered morphology and adhesion molecule distribution. Neurons exposed to a dynamin inhibitor tend to have "tails" of membrane at the rear, and these tails contain adhesion molecules. The presence of adhesion molecules at the rear of migrating neurons exposed to a dynamin inhibitor supports the idea that endocytosis plays a role in regulating adhesion disassembly. Endocytosis likely plays a critical role in general neuronal migration regardless of the specific neuronal subtype, migration mode, or substrate.
- Tsai, Jeanne L.
- Nezhat, Camran.
- Heneghan, Amy M.; Joshi, Shashank V.Objectives: Encourage primary care providers to screen for and manage teen depression -- Increase knowledge about treatment of depression (behaviorial and pharmacologic) -- Describe the principles of collaborative care -- provide resources to help care for teens with depression)
- Golden, Neville.
- 2010Mich, John Kenneth; Chen, James K.; Harbury, Pehr A. B.; Krasnow, Mark; Straight, Aaron.The zebrafish has emerged as a powerful model organism for the experimental interrogation of the processes that bring about vertebrate development. In this thesis we study functions of Hedgehog (Hh) signaling, a process that is frequently dysregulated in cancer, that occur during the formation of the zebrafish embryo. First, we investigate a possible link between Hh signaling and the directed migration of germ cells to the presumptive gonad in the early embryo and find that Hh-targeting drugs can perturb germ cell migration, but Hh signaling itself does not regulate this process. Second, we study the formation of motoneurons in the developing ventral spinal cord and find that Hh signaling and retinoic acid signaling work together to induce these cells by the same downstream output of Gli transcription factor activity. Third, we generated transgenic zebrafish that reliably report Hh signaling events at multiple levels of the pathway and we apply these tools in initial studies of zebrafish regeneration. In summary, these studies further our knowledge of the roles for Hh signaling in vertebrate development and will lead insight into the pathology of Hh-related disorders.
- May, Rollo."Existential therapy is something radically different. The aims are to open the person up--to help this person become more sensitive to life, to beauty. Now that sounds a bit sentimental, I know, but it's a very serious thing we need."- Rollo May. Drawing from the influence of his forefathers--Freud, Jung, and Fromm--as well as classical mythology, philosophy and literature, May gives a passionate explanation of Existential Psychotherapy and why it is so important for the practice of psychotherapy in a world full of "gimmicks." In this personal and provocative dialogue with Kirk Schneider and colleagues, May explores his own unique therapy style, reflects on his work with clients, and gets specific on what we can take and leave from other influential psychotherapists. Keywords: Rollo, May, Existential, humanistic, rogerian, Yalom, existentialism, basic needs, therapeutic relationship, Counseling, counselling, Social Work, Social Worker, Therapy, Psychotherapy, Psychotherapy.net, Therapist.--Supplied by publisher.
- In Part One of The Voices of Violence Series, ten experts elucidate the root causes of violent behavior. They offer a probing look into the unsettling childhood experiences of violent offenders, examining the disturbed parent-child attachment styles, destructive thought processes, and distorted social perceptions that underlie violence. In addition to the expert commentary, riveting interviews with both incarcerated and rehabilitated offenders offer direct insight into the thinking that led to violent crimes. Received an Honorable Mention at the Columbus Film Council Chris Awards. 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.
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