The Curbsiders Internal Medicine Podcast

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Supercharge your learning and enhance your practice with this Internal Medicine Podcast featuring board certified Internists as they interview the experts to bring you clinical pearls, practice-changing knowledge, and bad puns. Doctors Matthew Watto, Paul Williams, and friends (a national network of students, residents, and clinician-educators) deliver a little knowledge food for your brain hole. Yummy! No boring lectures here, just high-value content and a healthy dose of humor. Fantastic for Internal Medicine, Family Medicine, Primary Care, and Hospital Medicine.

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#342 Checkpoint Inhibitors: The power, and adverse effects, of immunotherapy (ACP 2022)
With great power comes great immunogenicity.  Learn about the ins and outs of immunotherapy–its indications, its power, and its adverse effects–in this episode with Dr. Christian Cable, hematologist/oncologist and medical educator extraordinaire.  We learn a riveting history of immunotherapy and about how checkpoint inhibitors work, as well as the best practices for identifying downstream effects of checkpoint inhibitors and their immune system activation (it’s all about the -Itis!). Claim free CME for this episode at! Episodes | Subscribe | Spotify | Swag! | Top Picks | Mailing List | | Free CME! Show Segments Intro What is Immunotherapy? A History Lesson Immune Checkpoint Inhibitors (ICIs)  Immune Related Adverse Events (irAEs)  Endocrine complications of checkpoint inhibitors Rheumatologic complications of checkpoint inhibitors  Considerations before starting checkpoint inhibitors (and what labs to check)  Diagnosing and Managing irAEs  Common post-irAE questions  New Kids on the Block: CAR-T  Take Home Points  Credits Written and Produced by: Nora Taranto MD Hosted by: Molly Heublein MD; Nora Taranto MD; Paul Williams MD, FACP   Guests: Christian Cable MD  Show Notes: Nora Taranto MD  Cover Art: Andrea Perdigão Infographics: Andrea Perdigão Reviewer: Emi Okamoto MD, FACP  Production team: Pod Paste Sponsor: Southern California Permanente Medical Group Learn more or apply at Sponsor: Locumstory Visit to learn more about locums. Full transcript HERE The Curbsiders are partnering with VCU Health Continuing Education to offer FREE continuing education credits for physicians and other healthcare professionals. Visit and search for this episode to claim credit
#341: Headache Update: Making Migraines Less Painful with Dr. Kevin Weber
Dr. Kevin Weber @KwebMD (Ohio State University Wexner Medical School) takes the pain out of headache management! Have the confidence to prescribe new CGRP-antagonists and ditans for migraine prevention and acute relief. We also dive deep into when to order imaging and alternatives like infusions and devices.
#340 Gallbladder Disease
Help your patients navigate gallbladder disease, including asymptomatic stones, incidental polyps, and uncomplicated cholecystitis. Dr. Rahul Pannala (@RahulPannala) talks us through how to diagnose biliary colic, what imaging to order, and what to anticipate for potential post-cholecystectomy complications (eg persistent pain or diarrhea). Feel confident in sending the right patients for cholecystectomy!
#339 Hand and Wrist Pain with Dr. Ted Parks
Join us as Curbsiders favorite Dr. Ted Parks gives us a hand with the diagnosis and management of common causes of hand and wrist pain. Claim free CME for this episode at! Episodes | Subscribe | Spotify | Swag! | Top Picks | Mailing List | | Free CME! Show Segments  Intro, disclaimer, guest bio Guest one-liner Anatomy review: the thumb is the short one Pathophysiology of De Quervain’s tenosynovitis Physical examination for thumb pain Management of DeQuervain’s and CMC arthritis Pathophysiology of trigger finger Management of trigger finger Pathophysiology of carpal tunnel syndrome Physical examination for carpal tunnel syndrome Carpal tunnel syndrome management Outro Credits Writer and Producer: Paul Williams, MD Infographic and Cover Art: Paul Williams, MD Hosts: Paul Williams MD and Molly Heublein, MD Editor: Emi Okamoto, MD (written materials) Guest: Ted Parks, MD Sponsor: Panacea Financial  Visit today to learn how a bank for doctors, by doctors, can help you. Sponsor: Better Help Visit to get 10% off your first month. Sponsor:  Provider Solutions & Development  Visit to start a conversation with and with an expert recruitment advisor. Sponsor: Indeed Sign up at now and get a $75 credit toward your first sponsored job.  The Curbsiders are partnering with VCU Health Continuing Education to offer FREE continuing education credits for physicians and other healthcare professionals. Visit and search for this episode to claim credit. 
#338 LIVE! Medical Cannabis: Is it still dope?
Master the ins-and-outs of medical cannabis! Dr. Julia Arnsten (@DrArnsten) will lead us through the initial evaluation of a patient interested in medical cannabis, summarize the state of evidence for the benefits and harms, lay out a schema for dosing and formulations, provide pearls on how to counsel patients, and more!
#337 Palpitations, Erectile Dysfunction: A rapid review (TFTC)
Recap and review the top pearls from recent episodes #320 Palpitations and #317 Erectile Dysfunction with Watto and Paul. It’s Tales from the Curbside! (TFTC), our monthly series providing a rapid review of recent Curbsiders episodes for your spaced learning.
#336 Updates in Addiction Medicine: Live from SGIM
Learn from an expert panel in addiction medicine about a potpourri of fascinating topics, with updated data to guide clinical decision-making. We picked the brains of physicians Stefan Kertesz, Ximena Levander, Kenny Morford, and Katherine Mullins to learn about the latest updates in opioid tapering (don’t do it if there isn’t a good reason!), how to define recovery in alcohol use disorder, different options to treat methamphetamine use disorder, and Hepatitis C treatment in patients with active IV drug use. And there’s so much more, that we’re following this with a whole series in Addiction Medicine, set to come out in early July 2022!
#335 Generalized Anxiety Disorder
Join us as we de-mystify the diagnosis, talk treatment strategies, parse through pharmaceutical options, and figure out follow-up in Generalized Anxiety Disorder with Dr. Dheepa Sekar (@DheepaSekarMD)! Anxiety disorders are one of the most common mental health concerns in our country and this episode will give you the tools to address it in clinic!
#334 IBS, Functional Dyspepsia, and Cyclic Vomiting: Disorders of Gut Brain Interaction (DGBI)
Discover DGBI! Learn its pathophysiology, evaluation and individualized treatments so you can leave the fear of managing DGBI behind. We’re joined again by the great Dr. Xiao Jing (Iris) Wang, (@IrisWangMD, Mayo Clinic)
#333 Prescribing pearls, Periop Medicine, PMR, Gout, OSA, Nocturia, Food as Medicine, a new Obesity paradigm, and rethinking Afib! ACP #IM2022 Highlights
We recap the top pearls from ACP #IM2022 including important drug interactions/intolerance (acetaminophen, tramadol, ticagrelor, nirmatrelvir-ritonavir), perioperative medicine (bridging, DOAC reversal agents, dental procedures, MINS), recognizing PMR, when to initiate urate-lowering therapy in gout, glucocorticoid-induced osteoporosis, food as medicine, dietary potassium, OSA, nocturia, telemedicine and health equity, a new obesity medicine paradigm, advances in HIV/PrEP, and rethinking atrial fibrillation!
#332 Inpatient Covid Management with Dr. Nathan Erdmann
Join Dr. Nathan Erdmann (@NerdmannID, University of Alabama Birmingham) as he walks us through inpatient covid management from antivirals, immune modulators and anticoagulation.
#331 Inpatient Diabetes Part 2: DKA, insulin drips, insulin pumps, and CGMs
More inpatient diabetes! In this part 2 of 2, we cover diabetic ketoacidosis (DKA), euglycemic DKA, how to handle insulin pumps in the hospital, continuous glucose monitors, and how to transition patients off an insulin drip! Our guest is Dr. Dave Lieb (@dclieb), an internist, endocrinologist and the endocrinology program director from Eastern Virginia Medical School.

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4.8 out of 5
2624 reviews
billy bignoughtz 2022/04/25
A lifeline!!
Removed from my beloved clinical role due to military service; getting a window to medicine through these awesome individuals is salve for a weary sou...
Bodpa 2022/04/12
Amazing Content
I am a new Family Medicine PA working in an underserved areas where we also tend to do a lot of IM. This is the podcast I listened to most often on my...
Dr. Michaela S. 2022/04/11
Excellent podcast
I have been following the curbsiders since they started and have not been disappointed. They always have informative guests that keep me up to date ...
Blackbeltgirl22 2022/04/06
Best out there
Evidence based medicine shared via a relatable platform. They bring in experts on topics and present cases. An engaging and educational experience.
A Dissertation on This App 2022/03/18
Specialty Practice, General Knowledge
As a PA who works in a surgical sub specialty I really value the content of these podcasts to help me stay informed on general internal medicine topic...
Mochacha2021 2022/03/10
A must for all clinicians
Have been listening for a couple years now and it’s one of my favorite podcasts. I work in family practice and many times I will listen at the end of ...
pulm/cc fellow 2022/03/04
Learning that’s entertaining
Just found this podcast while looking for a way to study passively for my IM recert exam. Reminds me of the camaraderie of residency and fellowship. T...
christine at 73 2022/02/17
The Best!
One of my favorites podcasts! Informative! May I suggest les chit-chat and talk slower! I know intelligent people speak faster. I’m in medicine but ...
pina500 2022/02/24
Too commercial
This is a podcast whose makers are now more interested in making money and putting ads in the middle of the podcast 2-3 times in a 20-25 min podcast ...
Primary Care FNP 2022/02/12
Such a valuable resource!
I am a new Primary Care FNP and I find this podcast to be more valuable than my clinical rotations in school. It provides uninterrupted time and educa...


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