2018: a recap
Happy New Year!
Louisville Lectures would like to wish everyone a happy new year! 2018 has been a year of new beginnings, all thanks to you! Because of you, we have expanded into Little Lectures provided by our residents, with more to come. We have also added our PulmCC blog, run by the Pulmonary & Critical Care Division here at the University of Louisville. We hope to continute to provide free open access medical education in the upcoming years.
Thank you, and stay tuned! We have a lot planned for 2019. Here’s a hint: procedures.
Catch up on some of our most recent lectures!
Dr. Joe Rotella presents "From Burnout to Joy- Healing the Healers " by first describing the consequences and causes of clinician burnout as well as the rise of national initiatives to support clinician well-being. He then uses stories and illustrations to trace one physician's journey from burnout to joy and growth as a medical leader. And finally, Dr. Rotella explores how we can help each other thrive in this difficult and important work.
Dr. Sally Suliman defines Sepsis and its history. She then presents the guidelines for surviving sepsis as well as the updates in literature. After, she discusses the recognition and diagnosis of sepsis as well as treatment. And finally, bundles and compliance.
Dr. Khushboo Gala presents "Liver Tests" by discussing how liver enzymes can help classify hepatic disease into hepatocellular, obstructive/cholestatic and infiltrative diseases. She then talks about the Degree of Transaminase elevation as well as Alkaline Phosphatase.