Presentations, Interviews, FEATURES, Articles, etc. on "LEss is More Medicine" by Dr Otte

 

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COMING SOON:

  • Keynote: Less is More in Medicine. MEDS 2017, Winnipeg, Feb 11, 2017. [prezi] [handout]
  • Lecture: The Goldilocks Approach to Management of Type 2 Diabetes in the Elderly. MEDS 2017, Winnipeg, Feb 11, 2017. [prezi] [handout]

PAST:

  • Interview: Focus Magazine (by Alan Cassels): Tackling the over-diagnosis trend. Nov/Dec 2016.
  • Lecture: Less is More in Medicine: avoiding pitfalls of overtesting & overtreatment -  The CFPC Family Medicine Forum (FMF), Vancouver, Nov 2016 [prezi] [PDF handout]
  • Lecture: Management of Type 2 Diabetes in the Elderly: The Goldilocks Approach -  The CFPC Family Medicine Forum (FMF), Vancouver, Nov 2016 [prezi] [PDF handout]
  • Workshop: Around the world in 80 names: Exploring global variation in terminology pertaining to ‘preventing overdiagnosis.' Preventing Overdiagnosis. Barcelona, Sep 2016 [PDF].
  • Interview: The Medical Post/Benefits (by Pat Rich): Private medicine: Executive health vs. Choosing Wisely? / The debate over corporate health screenings: Do they lead to over-diagnosis? [PDF] Sep 14, 2016
  • Video: The End of Guidelines [as we know them] (by Dr James McCormack) [video]
  • Lecture: Powell River Division of Family Practice Pearl Fest: Choosing Wisely and Less is More. Powell River, BC. May 2016. [prezi]
  • Panel, Closing Plenary: Canadian Agency for Drugs and Technologies in Health (CADTH) Symposium: Evidence for Everyone – Expanding the Reach of Health Technology Assessment. Ottawa, Apr 2016. [video]
  • Panel: Canadian Agency for Drugs and Technologies in Health (CADTH) Symposium:  Disinvestment: What Does it Mean in the Canadian Context? Ottawa, Apr 2016. [slides on slideshare]
  • Cover feature: de Leeuw, S. The Heart of Being Alive. Canadian Family Physician, March 2016: 62(3): 246-249. [PDF]
  • Poster: A New Kinds of Rounds. British Columbia Patient Safety & Quality Council: 5th Annual Quality Forum. Vancouver, BC. Feb 2016 [poster image]
  • Lecture: The Choosing Wisely Campaign: Starting conversations about unnecessary tests, treatments and procedures. British Columbia Patient Safety & Quality Council: 5th Annual Quality Forum. Vancouver, BC. Feb 2016 [slides on prezi]
  • Workshop: (session with Dr Tom Perry): Practical de-prescribing for complex polypharmacy in older people. Bringing Best Evidence to Clinicians: Combining Evidence & Clinical Pharmacology To Improve Drug Therapy. Therapeutics Initiative. Nanaimo, Jan 2015.
  • Lecture: Choosing Wisely & Less is More in Medicine. 61st Annual St. Paul’s Hospital CME for Primary Care Physicians, Vancouver, Nov 2015 [slides on prezi]
  • Workshop/Lecture: A New Kind of Rounds: Treatment of Type 2 Diabetes in the Elderly. Practice Support Program/Nanaimo Division of Family Practice. Nanaimo, Nov 2015 [slides on prezi]
  • Lecture: Less is More in Medicine: Building the case for finding the 'right' amount of medicine for patients. Family Practice Residency Academic Week, Nanaimo, Sep 2015 [slides on prezi]
  • Workshop: (with Dr James Rickert of thePatientFirst.org) “Choosing Wisely: Is it wise enough? Criticisms (and solutions) for the campaign." Preventing Overdiagnosis Conference, Bethesda, ML, USA. Sept 2015
  • Interview: In Vivo Magazine (by Julie Zaugg): Less is more. [PDF] Issue #6, July, 2015.
  • Book Review: The Patient Paradox: Why sexed-up medicine is bad for your health. British Columbia Medical Journal [PDF] 2015: 57(6): 234, 236.
  • Panel: Tips & Tricks so you can be a Superhero Health Care Provider - Best Science Medicine Course (Formerly "The Drug Therapy Decision Making Course"), Vancouver, Apr 18, 2015
  • Lecture: Less is More in Medicine - Society of Rural Practitioners of Canada (SRPC) Rural and Remote Medicine Course 2015, Montreal: April 10, 2015 [slides on prezi] [handout 1 pager]
  • Lecture: Choosing Wisely (& Beyond): Starting Conversations Around Unnecessary Tests and Procedures - UBC CPD 50th Annual Post Graduate Review in Family Medicine, Vancouver: Feb 25, 2015  [slides on prezi] [handout 1 pager]
  • Lecture: Less is More in Medicine - Vancouver General Hospital Family Practice Rounds, Vancouver: Dec 9, 2014 [slides on prezi]
  • Lecture: Less is More in Medicine: avoiding pitfalls of overtesting & overtreatment -  The CFPC Family Medicine Forum (FMF), Quebec City: Nov 15, 2014. [slides on prezi] [handout 1 pager
  • Lecture: (with Dr. James McCormack) Less is More in Medicine: philosophy and practice- Doctor, Patient and Society (DPAS 420) Course, UBC Vancouver: Oct 20, 2014 [slides PDF]
  • Interview: The Medical Post (by Wendy Glauser): Lessons from the North (login required) [PDF] Oct 7, 2014
  • Interview: Santé: (by Dr Simon-Pierre Landry): Viser Juste [PDF] May 2014
  • Interview: CMAJ (by Wendy Glauser): Choosing Wisely campaign well received (login required) [PDF] May 13, 2014
  • Invited Blog: BCMJ Blog: Less can lead to better results [PDF] Apr 14, 2014

 

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