My lecture schedule is here if you want to see how busy I am, or want to see one of my lectures in the flesh.
These are traditional Powerpoint-style presentations.
The inventory is at 21 lectures. After I get a few dozen up I'll start to think about how I want to organize them.
- 45 minutes
- Huge slide deck that can be mixed and matched for use with different audiences
- 639 MB for the Keynote file and 62.6 mb for the PDF
- Find references, links and meta information here.
- Alternate form of the lecture for a transplant audience (Keynote | PDF)
- This was an audience of social workers, nurses, transplant recipients, and policy experts.
- Lecture is cut down to 30 minutes
|Hyponatremia (Keynote, PDF)|
- 91 slides, 1 hour
- Revised Feb 2013
- 70 slides, 1 hour
- Revised Feb 2012
- updated and tightened up October 2012
- Includes Bardoxolone implosion
- Rewritten with a focus on teaching the mechanics of Acid-Base interpretation
- primary disorder
- second primary disorders affecting compensation
- anion gap
- osmolar gap
- bicarbonate before
- The presentation depends on a brand new supplemental questions handout (Pages, PDF). This is an 11 page book of 67 unique practice questions with answers
- I easily completed the lecture in 60 minutes.
- Updated August 2011
Case of a drunk with hypokalemia, hypomagnesemia, refeeding syndrome and beer drinkers potomania. (Keynote, PDF)
See the blog post for a slide cast of my grand-rounds (old version).
- Updated June 2011
- Added CKD data
- included the two RCTs of allopurinol on CKD progression (both positive)
- 121 slides
- Keynote is 96mb, PDF 59mb
- You can do it in an hour, really, you can
- Here is a handout with miniatures of the slides (pdf, 3.8 mb)
|HIV and the Kidney (Keynote, PDF)|
- Updated April 2013
- The lecture was about one hour.
- The section on APOL1 is rough.
- I would like a slide describing the transgenic mouse model studies by Klotman that showed that transcription of nef and pol are central to the disease.
- I need some notes on why I have 2 graphs on slide 16.
- Add some highlights to table in slide 23.
- Loved how slide 26 and 27 worked.
- I think there might be better data on steroids in HIV. Slide 51.
- Need to flush out IRIS and DILS from slide 67
- Add comment on adefovir slide mentioning that the hep B dose is a sixth of the anti-HIV dose
- Updated October 2011
- 86 slides, 1 hour
- Covers NCDS, HEMO, FHN, spKt/V, eKt/V, stdK/t/V
- Needs a bit on the various loop diuretics
- Needs the data showing harm from diuretics with ADHF
- Updated 4/18/11
- 82 slides, 1:22 minutes
The keynote file is 130mb, so be patient
|Hyponatremia for fellows (Keynote, PDF)|
- 53 slides
- Need to flesh out the section on dialysis induced CPM
- Updated 5/26/11
- 17 slides
- a little tired
- updated 5/26/11
- 82 slides
- Delivered in about 45 minutes
- New in June 2011
- Revised October 2011
- Added data on future agents: Hematide and HIF-stabilizers
- 89 slides
- Probably 80-90 minutes for a full delivery
- The Dysnatremia section is largely identical to the Sodium lecture above
- Fuller description of the lecture at this post
- Updated July 2011
- Completely revised January 2012
- A little short 40 minutes
- Needs data on poor function of nursing home patients initiated on dialysis and data on increased mortality Mondays and Tuesdays.
- Fellow level