UPDATE 4/1/2020 – COVID-19: Keeping Up With A Moving Target

In this ongoing series, Dr. Paul Auwaerter from Johns Hopkins School of Medicine provides a weekly update on COVID-19 and answers your questions. In this episode, he discusses the latest clinical data and answers your questions on topics such as therapeutics, chest X-rays and CTs, immunocompromised patients, & antibody and viral oropharyngeal testing.

UPDATE 3/25/2020 – COVID-19: Keeping Up With A Moving Target

Join us in a follow up to last week’s webcast – COVID-19: Keeping Up with a Moving Target and the first of our new coronavirus educational activities as part of DKBmed’s Radio Hour. Today Dr. Auwaerter provides us with updates on infection rates, therapeutics, and testing. Plus, he answers your questions about topics such as proper protective equipment, use of ibuprofen with COVID-19, and pregnancy.


COVID-19 news is changing rapidly and we are all trying to stay on top of the latest medical information from trusted sources. Dr. Paul Auwaerter from Johns Hopkins School of Medicine covers what we know about the coronavirus outbreak in this podcast. Visit https://covid19.dkbmed.com/ for ongoing updates on COVID-19 from trusted medical professionals.

COPD in Primary Care: Clinical Directions

Volume 1, Issue 8

In this issue:

Spirometry, FEV1, the FEV1/FVC ratio, the GOLD guidelines — in this case-based podcast, Dr. Emily Brigham from The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine explains how these elements work together to provide primary care practitioners the information they need to diagnose, manage, and (when necessary) refer their patients with COPD to a pulmonary specialist.

Take our post-test to claim CME credits: https://elit.dkbmed.com/issues/50/test

Read the companion newsletter: https://elit.dkbmed.com/issues/49


Hep C (HCV) treatment is easier and more effective, than ever. Cure is almost always expected when treated—even current drug users—so learn how you can cure HCV and help prevent re-infection, liver damage, cancer and death. Take the post-test to claim your credit.


Treatments for HIV are highly effective, but only when they are taken by those who need them. Learn about strategies to improve adherence and the importance of collaborative care. Do your part to reduce the morbidity and mortality associated with HIV. Take the post-test to claim your credit.


HIV infection can be stopped in its tracks. Learn the importance of screening for the virus and how to overcome barriers that get in your way. You can help prevent the spread of HIV and the illness that it brings. Take the post-test to claim your credit.