Rob Kawa talks palliative care in this podcast. This is a great talk going over lots of Osteopathic principles as well as techniques. This should also help those out there with a COMLEX exam coming up. Enjoy!
Oral case presentations (OCPs) are an integral part of the medical student learning experience and more importantly the team aspect of patient care. In this podcast I sit down with Dr. Natasha Bray DO, Director of Medical Education at Broward Health Medical Center, to discuss some tips for presenting a patient, the common mistakes made by students, and to hear an example from a master of the art of presenting.
I would like to announce that Nicholas Camposeo, Randal Davis, Roberty Kawa, Tara Nowakhtar, Meighan O’Connor and Brandon Parker have completed our predoctoral fellowship in Osteopathic Practices and Principles. We will all be starting our 3rd year rotations in the next few days. DidacticsOnline's format and schedule may change slightly in the upcoming months but will not stop posting didactic discussions. DidacticsOnline continues to strive to provide an Osteopathic voice in medical discussion. I hope to have regular posts on various topics throughout the year and continue to welcome any questions or comments on how to improve the content. Please subscribe to our podcast and youtube channel.
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