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"The educational YouTube for doctors." - CNBC's Power Lunch

In an age of "media snacking" where people get their information in fragments throughout the day, The Doctor's Channel delivers free expert medical information condensed into 1-2 minute streaming videos that get right to the point. There's even a daily health news update produced with Reuters Health, CME, Doc Humor for laughs and a Doc L

"The educational YouTube for doctors." - CNBC's Power Lunch

In an age of "media snacking" where people get their information in fragments throughout the day, The Doctor's Channel delivers free expert medical information condensed into 1-2 minute streaming videos that get right to the point. There's even a daily health news update produced with Reuters Health, CME, Doc Humor for laughs and a Doc L

Operating as usual

In addition to preserving the legacy of our beloved canine companion and chief of security, we're also taking steps to e...
07/07/2021
Cloning Elvis, Our Favorite Jack Russell Terrier – Part 1

In addition to preserving the legacy of our beloved canine companion and chief of security, we're also taking steps to extend it.

With the help of ViaGen Pets, Elvis the Jack Russell terrier will be able to have an Act "Too," and continue to entertain and delight our friends, family, clients, and HCP audiences.

https://www.thedoctorschannel.com/view/cloning-elvis-our-favorite-jack-russell-terrier-part-1/?utm_source=tdc&utm_medium=fb&utm_content=elvis-too

Elvis the Jack Russell terrier, head of security for The Doctor's Channel, embarks on a journey of genetic self-preservation.

In the context of a case discussion regarding a patient with stage IV ALK+ NSCLC, Ross Camidge, MD, PhD, and Erin Schenk...
03/12/2021
Cases in Thoracic Oncology: “PET” Peeve – Serum Tumor Markers Debate

In the context of a case discussion regarding a patient with stage IV ALK+ NSCLC, Ross Camidge, MD, PhD, and Erin Schenk, MD, PhD, debate the utility of tumor markers vs. PET/CT in tracking disease progression and treatment efficacy.

https://www.thedoctorschannel.com/view/cases-in-thoracic-oncology-serum-tumor-markers-debate/?utm_source=tdc&utm_medium=fb

Part 1 - Case Presentation & Debate Setup D. Ross Camidge, MD, PhD, and Erin Schenk, MD, PhD, medical oncologists at the University of Colorado Cancer Center, discuss the case of a 67-year-old woman with advanced stage IV ALK+ non-small cell lung cancer (NSCLC). In the context of this case, Dr Camid...

On January 27, 2021 – the Mit Cnc (MIT Club of Northern California) hosted renowned experts from leading academia, busin...
03/09/2021
MIT/CNC Future of Healthcare Conference 2021

On January 27, 2021 – the Mit Cnc (MIT Club of Northern California) hosted renowned experts from leading academia, business, and research organizations who discussed the future of medicine and healthcare. See the session highlights and panel archives here:

https://www.thedoctorschannel.com/view/mit-cnc-future-of-healthcare-conference-2021/?utm_source=tdc&utm_medium=fb

For their 2021 Future of Healthcare & Medicine conference, the MIT Club of Northern California invited founders, technologists, investors, and industry leaders who are working to build the future of healthcare and medicine to deliver presentations regarding the latest developments in their fields. T...

When is the right time to discuss survivorship with your patients diagnosed with cancer? In this interview, author Judit...
03/09/2021
From Shadows to Life: A Biography of the Cancer Survivorship Movement

When is the right time to discuss survivorship with your patients diagnosed with cancer? In this interview, author Judith L. Pearson shares some details of her triumph over cancer and how the National Coalition for Cancer Survivorship inspired her latest book – From Shadows to Life: A Biography of the Cancer Survivorship Movement.

https://www.thedoctorschannel.com/view/from-shadows-to-life-a-biography-of-the-cancer-survivorship-movement/?utm_source=tdc&utm_medium=fb

Judith L. Pearson, best-selling author of The Wolves at the Door: The True Story of America’s Greatest Female Spy, recently released her latest book – From Shadows to Life: A Biography of the Cancer Survivorship Movement – which is part medical history and part inspirational biography chronicl...

Video of the Week: With the work-from-home (#WFH) revolution in full-swing, what will the next iteration of teleconferen...
03/08/2021
Is This the Future of Telemedicine and Scientific Collaboration?

Video of the Week: With the work-from-home (#WFH) revolution in full-swing, what will the next iteration of teleconferencing tools look like? Microsoft just shared news of a technology that may transform teamwork for tasks more intensive than simple discussions.

https://www.thedoctorschannel.com/view/is-this-the-future-of-telemedicine-and-scientific-collaboration/?utm_source=tdc&utm_medium=fb

At their Ignite digital conference on March 2, 2021, Microsoft unveiled a technology meant to enable device- and location-agnostic

Have you been following our AML Clinical Case Series with our expert faculty – Doctors Jonas, Mannis, and Pollyea? New e...
03/01/2021
AML Patient Case: 29-Year-Old Woman With No Significant Past Medical History (Part 1)

Have you been following our AML Clinical Case Series with our expert faculty – Doctors Jonas, Mannis, and Pollyea? New episodes every 10 days. Check out the latest episode here:

https://www.thedoctorschannel.com/view/aml-patient-case-29-year-old-woman-with-no-significant-past-medical-history-part-1/?utm_source=tdc&utm_medium=fb

Part 1 - Case Presentation Daniel A. Pollyea, MD, MS, presents the case of patient “A.B.” to fellow faculty members Brian A. Jonas, MD, PhD, FACP, and Gabriel N. Mannis, MD. The virtual roundtable panel discusses unique features of the case and explores hypothetical variations of the circumstanc...

Episode 1 of Cases in Thoracic Oncology debuted today on The Doctor's Channel. Erin Schenk, MD, PhD, presents the case o...
02/26/2021
Cases in Thoracic Oncology: 53-Year-Old Female With Advanced NSCLC

Episode 1 of Cases in Thoracic Oncology debuted today on The Doctor's Channel. Erin Schenk, MD, PhD, presents the case of a 53-year-old female with advanced NSCLC to fellow medical oncologist D. Ross Camidge, MD, PhD.

https://www.thedoctorschannel.com/view/cases-in-thoracic-oncology-53-year-old-female-with-advanced-nsclc/?utm_source=tdc&utm_medium=fb

Part 1 - Case Presentation Erin Schenk, MD, PhD, and D. Ross Camidge, MD, PhD, medical oncologists at the University of Colorado Cancer Center, discuss the case of a 53-year-old woman with advanced stage IIIC non-small cell lung cancer (NSCLC). The patient is a current smoker, has an excellent perfo...

Study results recently published in JAMA, regarding off-label use of a medication to prevent clinical deterioration in o...
12/23/2020
Drug Repurposing Research Leads to Potentially Game-Changing Treatment to Prevent Clinical Deterioration in Outpatients With COVID

Study results recently published in JAMA, regarding off-label use of a medication to prevent clinical deterioration in outpatients with #Covid-19, led Dr. Seftel, medical director at Golden Gate Fields racetrack, to put the information into action when an #outbreak affected his facility.

https://www.thedoctorschannel.com/view/drug-repurposing-research-leads-to-potentially-game-changing-treatment-to-prevent-clinical-deterioration-in-outpatients-with-covid/?utm_source=tdc&utm_medium=fb

The Covid-19 Early Treatment Fund was launched to provide funding for research in order to

Can it be true: 1 in 2 adults are suffering from anxiety or depression during the COVID-19 pandemic?In this video, Jenny...
11/05/2020
Healthcare Providers Are Not Immune to Mental Health Crises

Can it be true: 1 in 2 adults are suffering from anxiety or depression during the COVID-19 pandemic?

In this video, Jenny C. Yip, PsyD, ABPP, shares advice for HCPs who may be struggling with anxiety or depression as a result of months of practicing medicine and managing personal and/or family life during these trying times.

https://www.thedoctorschannel.com/view/healthcare-providers-are-not-immune-to-mental-health-crises/?utm_source=tdc&utm_medium=fb

Jenny C. Yip, PsyD, ABPP, shares advice for HCPs who may be struggling with anxiety or depression as a result of months of practicing medicine and managing personal and/or family life during the COVID-19 pandemic. According to a recent report in Forbes, 1 in 2 adults report suffering from anxiety an...

05/08/2020
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We break down barriers and walls using digital tech that is infinitely scalable.

This company has a solution that would allow patients to be monitored remotely for certain conditions, keeping them out ...
04/23/2020
Xpand Care Can Help Hospitals Deploy Programs for Home Monitoring of COVID-19 Patients

This company has a solution that would allow patients to be monitored remotely for certain conditions, keeping them out of the hospital, yet still under the care of a team of healthcare professionals. While it's ready to be deployed today, in response to the #COVID-19 pandemic, this model is also important to improving the future of tele-healthcare services.

https://www.thedoctorschannel.com/view/xpand-care-can-help-hospitals-deploy-programs-for-home-monitoring-of-covid-19-patients/

Adam Schlifke, MD, MBA, practicing anesthesiologist and Clinical Assistant Professor of Anesthesiology, Perioperative and Pain Medicine at Stanford Medicine, has started a company with a unique model that will allow patients to be monitored remotely for certain conditions, keeping them out of the ho...

Few #inventors are as skilled as mother #nature. See how Harvard researchers are taking inspiration from this adorable a...
04/11/2019
Nature Inspires Research Team’s Quest for Better Surgical Staples

Few #inventors are as skilled as mother #nature. See how Harvard researchers are taking inspiration from this adorable animal to create a new type of #surgical suture.

http://bit.ly/2IeYHM4

While a 2016 study found no significant difference in infection rates between using traditional sutures versus staples, at least one research team feels the surgical staple has room for improvement.

Short-form accredited video CME on The Doctor's Channel: http://bit.ly/2HwQbYDAssess the use of multidisciplinary approa...
03/20/2019

Short-form accredited video CME on The Doctor's Channel:

http://bit.ly/2HwQbYD

Assess the use of multidisciplinary approaches and patient-centered decision making in the care of patients with ALS.

with Richard Bedlack, MD, PhD

Visit our resource center for Clinical Advances in Bipolar Disorder: Managing Bipolar Depression – featuring seven accre...
03/12/2019

Visit our resource center for Clinical Advances in Bipolar Disorder: Managing Bipolar Depression – featuring seven accredited CME activities, including two new episodes of CME in Cars™.

Faculty include: Roger S. McIntyre, MD, FRCPC; Joseph F. Goldberg, MD; Andrew A. Nierenberg, MD; Gary S. Sachs, MD; and Michael E. Thase, MD

http://bit.ly/2SWvqa9

This short video from the CDC aims to remind healthcare providers that they might be “treating for two” and encourages #...
02/21/2019
Treating for Two: Safer Medication Use in Pregnancy

This short video from the CDC aims to remind healthcare providers that they might be “treating for two” and encourages #HCPs to ask about #pregnancy before making a treatment recommendation or dispensing #medications.

http://bit.ly/2GWi0Zq

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has produced a new video for healthcare providers who treat or dispense medications to women of reproductive age. This short video aims to remind healthcare providers that they might be “treating for two” and encourages healthcare providers to...

An innovative device developed by Klick Labs can recreate parkinsonian tremor in healthy individuals.
09/20/2018
Innovative Device Recreates Symptoms of Parkinson’s in Healthy Individuals

An innovative device developed by Klick Labs can recreate parkinsonian tremor in healthy individuals.

An innovative device developed by Klick Labs can recreate parkinsonian tremor in healthy individuals. Designed to increase empathy among caregivers, SymPulse Tele-Empathy Device records a patient’s hand tremors and then simulates them on a healthy individual wearing the device. The intensity of th...

In a study published in JAMA Pediatrics , a group of older women who received a powerful (and now banned) EDC during pre...
09/07/2018
ADHD May Be An Epigenetic Disorder, New Study Finds

In a study published in JAMA Pediatrics , a group of older women who received a powerful (and now banned) EDC during pregnancy now are more likely than the general population to have a grandchild with ADHD.

Can you inherit ADHD? New study hints that ADHD may be an epigenetic disorder.

Researchers at the NUI Galway are developing biomaterials to protect neurons transplanted to the brain for the treatment...
09/06/2018
Biomaterial May Protect Neurons from Premature Death After Transplantation

Researchers at the NUI Galway are developing biomaterials to protect neurons transplanted to the brain for the treatment of Parkinson’s disease.

Researchers at the National University of Ireland Galway use biomaterials to protect neurons transplanted to the brain for the treatment of Parkinson’s disease.

Packed with vibrating motors, an innovative watch created by Microsoft helps people with Parkinson's write.
08/24/2018
Vibrating Watch Helps People with Parkinson’s Disease Write

Packed with vibrating motors, an innovative watch created by Microsoft helps people with Parkinson's write.

An innovative watch developed by a Microsoft researcher improves writing in people with Parkinson’s disease by pulsing at a set rhythm.

Based on the history and physical examination findings, which one of the following is the most likely diagnosis?
08/21/2018
74-Year-Old man With Skin Lesion on Right Scapula

Based on the history and physical examination findings, which one of the following is the most likely diagnosis?

Can you diagnose this case? Ronald N. Rubin, MD, – Series Editor Signs and Symptoms A 74-year-old man presented for evaluation of a painful skin lesion over his right scapula. The pain and...

If computers and electronic medical records (EMRs) are used well, they can improve quality of care for patients.Maria Al...
08/20/2018
How’s Your Computer-Side Manner?

If computers and electronic medical records (EMRs) are used well, they can improve quality of care for patients.

Maria Alkureishi, MD, Associate Professor of Pediatrics at UChicago Medicine discusses patient-doctor interactions while using a computer.

This video uses patient stories to provide tips on how to improve patient doctor communication while using the computer in the exam room.

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3. Doc Life
Because a doctor’s life is more than just work, The Doctor’s Channel provides a series of tips spanning art, style, food and travel from hot spots all around the world. Click below to explore more:
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This section features short videos for those times when you could use a good laugh. Click below:
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Healthcare is a business and our team at The Doctor's Channel acknowledges that fact. Thus, we have created a channel dedicated to the most recent developments and best practices in the business side of medicine. Click below for more:
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In an age of media-snacking, where no one has an attention span longer than 2-minutes, The Doctor's Channel is a media outlet for physicians and medical professionals featuring short videos that are timely and informative, while getting straight to the point.

The Doctor’s Channel offers free video CME, medical news, and physician education. Featuring insights and opinions from experts in over 50 specialties, as well as community and lifestyle features that help doctors stay on top of the latest news, ideas, and information.

The time-saving site includes short one – to two-minute streaming video clips designed to get to the point, and allows doctors to learn from each other – fast.

The Doctor’s Channel is based in New York and was founded by David Best, MD, MBA, and Michael Banks, MD.

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In addition to preserving the legacy of our beloved canine companion and chief of security, we're also taking steps to extend it. With the help of ViaGen Pets, Elvis the Jack Russell terrier will be able to have an Act "Too," and continue to entertain and delight our friends, family, clients, and HCP audiences. https://www.thedoctorschannel.com/view/cloning-elvis-our-favorite-jack-russell-terrier-part-1/?utm_source=tdc&utm_medium=fb&utm_content=elvis-too
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In the latest installment of our AML patient case series, expert faculty discuss the case of a 59-year-old male with INV(16) In MRD‑negative complete remission 1. https://www.thedoctorschannel.com/view/aml-patient-case-59-year-old-man-with-inv16-in-mrd-negative-cr1/?utm_source=tdc&utm_medium=fb
Episode 7 of our Clinical Cases in AML series is now live! Expert faculty discuss the case of N.K., a 90-year-old male with history of melanoma and prostate cancer. https://www.thedoctorschannel.com/view/aml-patient-case-90-year-old-man-with-history-of-melanoma-and-prostate-cancer/?utm_source=tdc&utm_medium=fb
In the context of a case discussion regarding a patient with stage IV ALK+ NSCLC, Ross Camidge, MD, PhD, and Erin Schenk, MD, PhD, debate the utility of tumor markers vs. PET/CT in tracking disease progression and treatment efficacy. https://www.thedoctorschannel.com/view/cases-in-thoracic-oncology-serum-tumor-markers-debate/?utm_source=tdc&utm_medium=fb
On January 27, 2021 – the Mit Cnc (MIT Club of Northern California) hosted renowned experts from leading academia, business, and research organizations who discussed the future of medicine and healthcare. See the session highlights and panel archives here: https://www.thedoctorschannel.com/view/mit-cnc-future-of-healthcare-conference-2021/?utm_source=tdc&utm_medium=fb
When is the right time to discuss survivorship with your patients diagnosed with cancer? In this interview, author Judith L. Pearson shares some details of her triumph over cancer and how the National Coalition for Cancer Survivorship inspired her latest book – From Shadows to Life: A Biography of the Cancer Survivorship Movement. https://www.thedoctorschannel.com/view/from-shadows-to-life-a-biography-of-the-cancer-survivorship-movement/?utm_source=tdc&utm_medium=fb
Video of the Week: With the work-from-home (#WFH) revolution in full-swing, what will the next iteration of teleconferencing tools look like? Microsoft just shared news of a technology that may transform teamwork for tasks more intensive than simple discussions. https://www.thedoctorschannel.com/view/is-this-the-future-of-telemedicine-and-scientific-collaboration/?utm_source=tdc&utm_medium=fb
Have you been following our AML Clinical Case Series with our expert faculty – Doctors Jonas, Mannis, and Pollyea? New episodes every 10 days. Check out the latest episode here: https://www.thedoctorschannel.com/view/aml-patient-case-29-year-old-woman-with-no-significant-past-medical-history-part-1/?utm_source=tdc&utm_medium=fb
Episode 1 of Cases in Thoracic Oncology debuted today on The Doctor's Channel. Erin Schenk, MD, PhD, presents the case of a 53-year-old female with advanced NSCLC to fellow medical oncologist D. Ross Camidge, MD, PhD. https://www.thedoctorschannel.com/view/cases-in-thoracic-oncology-53-year-old-female-with-advanced-nsclc/?utm_source=tdc&utm_medium=fb
Study results recently published in JAMA, regarding off-label use of a medication to prevent clinical deterioration in outpatients with #Covid-19, led Dr. Seftel, medical director at Golden Gate Fields racetrack, to put the information into action when an #outbreak affected his facility. https://www.thedoctorschannel.com/view/drug-repurposing-research-leads-to-potentially-game-changing-treatment-to-prevent-clinical-deterioration-in-outpatients-with-covid/?utm_source=tdc&utm_medium=fb
Can it be true: 1 in 2 adults are suffering from anxiety or depression during the COVID-19 pandemic? In this video, Jenny C. Yip, PsyD, ABPP, shares advice for HCPs who may be struggling with anxiety or depression as a result of months of practicing medicine and managing personal and/or family life during these trying times. https://www.thedoctorschannel.com/view/healthcare-providers-are-not-immune-to-mental-health-crises/?utm_source=tdc&utm_medium=fb