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The Rosh Review blog provides study and exam prep tips, podcasts, and more for physicians, NPs, PAs, residents, and students. Below you’ll find a list of the blog posts that highlight obesity. Take a look and learn something new.
Introducing the Newest Obesity Medicine Qbank for the ABOM Certification Exam
According to The American Board of Obesity Medicine (ABOM), “obesity is the most prevalent chronic disease in our society. Yet, many physicians are not trained in how to manage it. [ABOM] certifies physicians looking to bridge this gap.” Understanding obesity medicine is important for physicians practicing in all specialties. For those preparing for the ABOM certification exam, a read more…
What Doctors Should (But Don’t) Learn About Chronic Diseases in Medical School
Just as pediatricians need to bring up uncomfortable conversations about sex to keep their patients safe and healthy, isn’t it equally the responsibility of physicians to bring up diet and nutrition?
Podcast Ep 15: BNP, Pneumothorax, Angioedema, & More
Welcome back to episode 15! As promised, we are back to our weekly episodes leading into the ITE. We start this week with a rapid review of some of the infectious disease high-yield points that we have covered in the past few months, and then we dive right into the new material. Stay tuned for some comical outtakes at the end of the podcast for an inside look at the recording of Roshcast. We think you will enjoy it. Let’s get on with the rapid review.