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NEJM This Week — January 21, 2021

Featuring articles on inhibiting BCL11A to treat sickle cell disease and β-thalassemia, a polypill with or without aspirin in primary prevention, and neutralizing-antibody therapy in Covid-19; a review article on the effects of infection on natural immunity; a case report of a pregnant woman with ventricular tachycardia and shock; and Perspective articles on testing in a pandemic, on the Supreme Court and pandemic controls, and on incarceration and social death. Supplement to the New England Journal of Medicine, Vol. 384, No. 3.
January 20, 2021
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Thrombolysis Before Thrombectomy for Stroke, USPSTF Guideline on Smoking Cessation, US Health Policy Theme Issue, and more

Editor's Summary by Howard Bauchner, MD, Editor in Chief of JAMA, the Journal of the American Medical Association, for the January 19, 2021 issue
January 19, 2021
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Grey Rainbow: LGBTQ Patients and Aging, Part II

In the second and final episode in the series, we pick up the conversation with our two experts, Jill Dispenza, director of HIV and STD hub and hotline resources at the Center on Halsted and Dr. Magda Houlberg, Chair of the LGBTQ Advisory Committee from Howard Brown Health on the health care needs and disparities elderly LGBTQ patients may face.
January 14, 2021
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NEJM This Week — January 14, 2021

Featuring articles on omecamtiv mecarbil in systolic heart failure, sotagliflozin in diabetes with heart failure, sotagliflozin for heart failure in diabetes and kidney disease, bupropion and naltrexone for methamphetamine use, and procuring oligodendrocytes after spinal cord injury; a review article on Ewing’s sarcoma; a case report of a woman with lethargy and altered mental status; and Perspective articles on the Purdue Pharma opioid settlement, on drug-coated devices for peripheral arterial disease, and on the doctor as street-level bureaucrat. Supplement to the New England Journal of Medicine, Vol. 384, No. 2.
January 13, 2021
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Putting Inclusive Leadership into Practice

How can physician leaders be more inclusive? How can they make sure all voices are heard? We talk with Teresa Malcolm, MD, FACOG, MBA, CPE, CPXP, physician development coach and American Association for Physician Leadership (AAPL) board member, about what inclusive leadership means, how it relates to diversity and equity, and how physicians can integrate inclusivity into their teams and organizations. Dr. Malcolm shares her insights for developing self-awareness about individual beliefs and strengths and having effective conversations with coworkers. Tune in to hear Dr. Malcolm’s formula for sharing feedback, while ensuring respect and trust. The Physician Leadership Journal (PLJ) cover story, “Enrich Your Team, Create the Future:  Incorporating Diversity and Inclusion Into Your Hiring Practices” HERE Dr. Malcolm references this book in the podcast episode:  What If I Say the Wrong Thing? (25 Habits for Culturally Effective People) by Verna MyersTeresa Malcolm, MD, FACOG, MBA, CPE, CPXP Founder & CEO of Master Physician Leaders www.mastermdleaders.com  
January 13, 2021
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Sodium Nitrite and OHCA Survival, Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome and Maternal Opioid Use, Glaucoma Review, and more

Editor's Summary by Mary McDermott, MD, Deputy Editor of JAMA, the Journal of the American Medical Association, for the January 12, 2021 issue
January 12, 2021
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Grey Rainbow: LGBTQ Patients and Aging, Part I

What are the health care needs of LGBTQ patients age 65 and older? How are these needs similar, and different, to those of cis, heterosexual seniors? How can physicians mitigate concerns such as social isolation, gender-affirming services, and mental health problems? We talk with experts Jill Dispenza and Dr. Magda Houlberg, about connecting patients with resources.
January 7, 2021
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NEJM This Week — January 7, 2021

Featuring articles on sitagliptin for prevention of acute GVHD, tocilizumab in Covid-19 pneumonia, rilonacept in recurrent pericarditis, vaginal mother-to-child transmission of cancer, and on whether the melanoma epidemic is real; a review article on osteoarthritis of the knee; a Clinical Problem-Solving on breathing for two; and Perspective articles on human molecular genetics and genomics, on Covid-19 and the undocumented Latinx community, and on the stress of Bayesian medicine. Supplement to the New England Journal of Medicine, Vol. 384, No. 1.
January 6, 2021
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Effect of Tri- vs Quadrivalent Flu Vaccination on Mortality, COPD Exacerbation and VTE, Review of Crohn Disease, and more

Editor's Summary by Howard Bauchner, MD, Editor in Chief of JAMA, the Journal of the American Medical Association, for the January 5, 2021 issue
January 5, 2021
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NEJM This Week — December 31, 2020

Featuring articles on the safety and efficacy of an RNA-based SARS-CoV-2 vaccine, dexamethasone in chronic subdural hematoma, sleuthing out a severe adult inflammatory disorder, hemoglobin transfusion thresholds in infants, and vaccinating against SARS-CoV-2; a review article on the pathophysiology of inflammatory bowel diseases; a case report of a man with memory loss and odd behavior; and Perspective articles on reimagining how policymakers identify safety-net hospitals, on Medicaid and child health equity, on the FDA approval of remdesivir, and on whiteouts. Supplement to the New England Journal of Medicine, Vol. 383, No. 27.
December 30, 2020
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Identifying, Hiring, and Retaining Exceptional Physicians: Improve Workplace Culture and Avoid Hiring a Narcissist

Patty Fahy, MD is an Internist with an expertise in physician leadership and a mission of creating strong cultures for healthcare organizations. Patty is the host of “Licensed to Lead” podcast and the author of “Turbulent Times.” In this fascinating episode, Dr. Patty Fahy offers ideas for identifying, hiring, and retaining exceptional physicians. Dr. Fahy also offers advice on improving healthcare entities’ corporate cultures. She provides very specific information around hiring physicians, the critical process of checking references, improving workplace culture, and working (or not working) with narcissists.  Patty Fahy, MDFahy Consulting www.fahyconsulting.com www.physicianleaders.org/news/avoid-hiring-narcissist  
December 30, 2020
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NEJM This Week — December 24, 2020

Featuring articles on ultrasound subthalamotomy for Parkinson’s disease, antenatal dexamethasone for early preterm birth, oral azacitidine maintenance therapy for AML, paclitaxel-coated devices in peripheral artery disease, and seizure frequency during pregnancy; a review article on estrogen receptor–positive breast cancer; a case report of a man with headache and Covid-19; and Perspective articles on the gift; on new order, new hope; on resilience in the face of Covid-19; and on holding up. Supplement to the New England Journal of Medicine, Vol. 383, No. 26.
December 23, 2020
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Digoxin vs Bisoprolol for AFib, Risk of Second Cancer After a First Cancer, Review of GERD and more

Editor's Summary by Howard Bauchner, MD, Editor in Chief of JAMA, the Journal of the American Medical Association, for the December 22/29, 2020 issue
December 22, 2020
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NEJM This Week — December 17, 2020

Featuring articles on SARS-CoV-2 transmission among Marine recruits, SARS-CoV-2 transmission on an aircraft carrier, an mRNA vaccine against Covid-19 in older adults, a phase 1 trial of an RNA-based Covid-19 vaccine, and the cardiomyocyte and the mighty mitochondrion; a review article on severe Covid-19; a case report of a boy with seizure and hypocalcemia; and Perspective articles on health coverage and care for transgender people, on rethinking sex designations on birth certificates, on being interviewed while Black, and on the caregiver. Supplement to the New England Journal of Medicine, Vol. 383, No. 25.
December 16, 2020
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Technology, Art, and Medicine

Marc Ringel, M.D. is an author, educator, and technology consultant, focusing on the intersection of healthcare and technology. As the author of “Digital Healing: People, Information, Healthcare,” he joins Mike Sacopulos in a thoughtful, measured, and intelligent discussion on the cutting edge of technology’s application to healthcare.   https://marcringelmd.com  
December 16, 2020
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VEGF Inhibitor vs Vitrectomy for Diabetic Retinopathy, FFR-Based PCI, USPSTF Guideline on HBV Screening, and more

Editor's Summary by Howard Bauchner, MD, Editor in Chief of JAMA, the Journal of the American Medical Association, for the December 15, 2020 issue
December 15, 2020
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The Catalyst

We all realize that the pandemic has become a catalyst for real change in health care. In the final episode of our first season, we discuss how data is used to evaluate the effectiveness of new drugs and vaccines. And how organizations are using massive amounts of real-world data to boost the safety of clinical trials and vaccine development to help to bring the pandemic to an end. But after the pandemic, what innovations that 2020 brought to the health care system will remain?
December 15, 2020
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Trans Teens: What Doctors Should Know, part two

In the final episode of our series on trans teenagers, we discuss the specifics of gender affirming healthcare and how to support teens and their families.
December 10, 2020
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Time to prioritize mental health as we enter the winter months

As the days get shorter and the pandemic continues to rage, mental health should become top priority for doctors and patients.
December 9, 2020
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NEJM This Week — December 10, 2020

Featuring articles on lipid lowering through activation of lipoprotein lipase, on a SARS-CoV-2 recombinant nanoparticle vaccine, on tocilizumab in Covid-19, and on survival with olaparib in prostate cancer; a review article on spontaneous coronary-artery dissection; a case report of a man with cancer and acute hypoxemia; and Perspective articles on the discovery of hepatitis C, on how Medicare Part D has failed to deliver savings to older adults, on a pandemic within a pandemic, and on Telephone. Supplement to the New England Journal of Medicine, Vol. 383, No. 24.
December 9, 2020
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Omega-3 Fatty Acids for CVD Prevention, Co-trimaxazole (TMP/SMX) for IPF, Asthma Management Guidelines, and more

Editor's Summary by Howard Bauchner, MD, Editor in Chief of JAMA, the Journal of the American Medical Association, for the December 8, 2020 issue
December 8, 2020
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Trans Teens: What Doctors Should Know, part one

As more children and teenagers are expressing discomfort with their assigned sex at birth or their assumed gender identity, parents may be panicking. Physicians have a unique role in explaining the options available to trans teens. We discuss the differences between sex and gender, as well as the concerns that trans teenagers bring to the office.
December 8, 2020
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The Art of the Possible

In this episode, we discuss how the opportunities created by a new era of computing will shape the future of health care. Thanks to advances in artificial intelligence, our world—and likewise our health experiences—will soon be influenced by things like ambient computing, advanced predictions and voice-enabled virtual assistants. But to get there, we need to understand current limitations, protect privacy and be willing to embrace change.
December 8, 2020
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Artificial Intelligence: A Recipe for Better Health Care

Artificial intelligence (AI) is being used more and more in the health care sector. As with any new technology or innovation, users and developers are still working through potential issues. So what’s being done to ensure AI is being developed and used in the right way for health care? In this episode, we explore the importance human judgment and oversight plays in developing and applying AI. With proper use, AI holds the potential to vastly improve how business and clinical professionals work across the health care system—and the experiences for all of us as the end consumer.
December 3, 2020
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