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his MD from St. Matthew's University School of Medicine, completed his residency training here in the Department of Family Medicine at OSU, and completed his sports medicine fellowship at The Toledo Hospital/Univ. of Toledo. Outside of work, Dr. Hartz enjoys vacationing in St. John USVI where he and his wife, Heather, got engaged and married.

Course Director, TU Family Medicine Review Director Emeritus, Family Practice Residency Program, LG Health Clinical Professor, Department of Family and Community Medicine Lewis Katz School of Medicine at Temple University 1:05 p.m. PC1. Acute Perioperative Pain 1:45 p.m. PC2. Pain Therapy 2:25 p.m. PC3. Analgesic Medical Model 3:05 p.m. PC4.

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2. Stanford Medicine’s Second Opinion platform, powered by Grand Rounds, allows patients to get a second opinion from a Stanford Medicine doctor without leaving home. Advances in Digital Health Taking Shape at Stanford Medicine: 3.Stanford and Apple teamed up on the Apple Heart Study, in a year with the goal of detecting atrial fibrillation in

Honorary Tutor in Occupational Medicine, University of Manchester, UK Nicholas Kendall Senior Clinical Lecturer, Occupational Medicine, University of Otago, Otago, New Zealand David Koh Professor, Saw Swee Hock School of Public Health, National University of Singapore, Singapore; Chair Professor of Occupational Health and Medicine, PAPRSB Institute

The Efficacy of Traditional Medicine: Current Theoretical and Methodological Issues The efficacy of traditional medicine is an issue that continues to vex medi- cal anthropology. This article critically examines how the efficacy of tra- ditional medicine has been conceived, operationalized, and studied and argues that a consensus remains elusive.

The following regulation sets forth the policies of the Mississippi State Board of Medical Licensure regarding post-operative surgical care rendered by individuals licensed to practice medicine, osteopathic medicine and podiatric medicine in the state of Mississippi. Source: Miss. Code Ann. §73-43-11 (1972, as amended).

The American Association of Physicists in Medicine is the premier organization in medical physics, a broadly-based scientific and professional discipline encompassing physics principles and applications in biology and medicine. The mission of the American Association of Physicists in Medicine is advancing medicine through excellence in the science,

Exam questions in the content areas above may also address clinical topics in general internal medicine that are relevant to the practice of critical care medicine (including some general pediatrics with an emphasis on adolescent medicine). Exam format . The exam is composed of multiple-choice questions with a single best answer, predominantly

in nuclear medicine. This year the topic is hybrid imaging in conventional nuclear medicine. When choosing the theme for the Tech Guide, the Technologists’ Committee had in mind the impact of non-PET hybrid imaging on nuclear medicine practice. Moreover, SPECT-CT and the Tech Guide are of similar age, so we wanted to

SPECT/CT Dr Frederic Paycha, Nuclear Medicine Physician, Assistance Publique Hopitaux de Paris Close of day Chair: Dr ohn Buscome, Consultant Nuclear Medicine Physician, Addenrooes Hospital Session 1 Chair: Dr Shauna Naalissoor, Consultant Nuclear Medicine Physician, Royal Free Hampstead NHS Trust Session 2 Chair: Dr W an der Bruggen, Department of Radiology and Nuclear Medicine, Slingeland .