Rip It Snippet Series
The following series of videos are short two minute videos covering a wide variety of topics geared to help our residents and fellows. Click on the top left of the video to access the rest of the videos.
The following five videos are from the UAMS Department of Medical Humanities and Bioethics and cover the issues they are commonly consulted about on the ethics consult service. Click on the top left of the video to access the rest of the videos.
SBAR+ Communication Tool
In this video we discuss the SBAR+ communication tool that can help clinicians communicate better! Better communication = better care! Video by Sketchy EBM
What Makes Us Get Sick? Look Upstream
Rishi Manchanda has worked as a doctor in South Central Los Angeles for a decade, where he’s come to realize: His job isn’t just about treating a patient’s symptoms, but about getting to the root cause of what is making them ill—the “upstream” factors like a poor diet, a stressful job, a lack of fresh air. It’s a powerful call for doctors to pay attention to a patient’s life outside the exam room.
UAMS’s Clean Hands are Safe Hands
Rock Star Resident
This video contains practical tips on why fatigue is a concern and how to manage fatigue effectively, by UAMS physician Dr. Caris Fitzgerald (Sleep Medicine). (Remember the ACGME Requirements specify that both residents and faculty must be educated on fatigue)
Breaking Bad News
This video contains practical tips on how to handle difficult conversations with patients and families, and a vignette demonstrating a physician giving a patient bad news, by UAMS physician Dr. Sarah Beth Harrington (Palliative Care).
Why and How to Ask Effectively for an Autopsy
Developed by Jan Shorey, Daniel Dye, and Carmen Steigman
- Why perform an autopsy? (six minutes)
- What happens during an Autopsy? and the paperwork (16 minutes)
- How best to ask for permission for an autopsy? (eight minutes)
- Demonstration videos (11 minutes)