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Editor-In-Chief: C. Michael Gibson, M.S., M.D. [1] Associate Editor(s)-in-Chief: Sahar Memar Montazerin, M.D.[2]

Meeting's summary

August 6th, 11 am - 12 am

Things that need to be done

  • All the leaders should be present in the meeting to give their updates!
  • Please add all the possible search words for your topic on the page under synonyms and keywords, so the topic is easily detectable by the readers.
    • For more information on how to redirect the pages click here.

Meeting's summary

August 5th, 11 am - 12 am

Things that need to be done

COVID-19 Project (For all the authors and leaders)

  • Aisha Adigun is in charge of updating the COVID-19 pages regularly.
  • Sara Haddadi is going to add more references to the COVID-19 risk factors page per Dr. Gibson's request.

Primary Care Topics (For all the leaders)

  • Please update the list constantly and add all the common complaints that bring patients to a primary care doctor.
  • There are some overlaps between the topics. For example, chest pain may be added to two lists (cardiology and emergency medicine), before assigning any scholar to work on the topic, please make sure the page is incomplete and nobody is working on that.
  • Also please contact other leaders whether the topic is included on their list or not.
  • People who will work on primary care topics will get more credit in their CV.
  • All the leaders should be present in the meeting to give their updates!
  • Please add all the possible search words for your topic on the page under synonyms and keywords, so the topic is easily detectable by the readers.
  • Sahar will add more content to the algorithm page to make it more comprehensive and useful.
  • Cancer screening page should be redirected to the receptive cancer pages.

Meeting's summary

July 31th, 11 am - 12 am

Things that need to be done

COVID-19 Project (For all the authors and leaders)

  • Aisha Adigun is in charge of updating the COVID-19 pages regularly.
  • Sara Haddadi is going to add more content to the COVID-19 risk factors page per Dr. Gibson's request.

Primary Care Topics (For all the leaders)

  • Please update the list constantly and add all the common complaints that bring patients to a primary care doctor.
  • There are some overlaps between the topics. For example, chest pain may be added to two lists (cardiology and emergency medicine), before assigning any scholar to work on the topic, please make sure the page is incomplete and nobody is working on that.
  • Also please contact other leaders whether the topic is included on their list or not.
  • People who will work on primary care topics will get more credit in their CV.
  • All the leaders should be present in the meeting to give their updates!

Primary care project (For all the leaders and authors)

  • In this project we are going to provide a guideline for a primary care doctor on how to approach a patient with a special complaint (For example chest pain).
  • The author should do a literature search on society guidelines (not family medicine guidelines) and find the most recent one.
  • The page should be developed and modified based on society guidelines rather than personal preferences.
  • The template for the page is a resident survival guide:
  • The algorithm can be drawn on a sheet of paper or a PowerPoint slide.
  • Here is a complete example for chest pain
  • Feel free to contact your coach or Sahar for more information on a primary care topic.

Meeting's summary

July 30th, 11 am - 12 am

Things that need to be done

COVID-19 Project (For all the authors and leaders)

  • Aisha Adigun is in charge of updating the COVID-19 pages regularly.

Primary Care Topics (For all the leaders)

  • Please update the list constantly and add all the common complaints that bring patients to a primary care doctor.
  • There are some overlaps between the topics. For example, chest pain may be added to two lists (cardiology and emergency medicine), before assigning any scholar to work on the topic, please make sure the page is incomplete and nobody is working on that.
  • Also please contact other leaders whether the topic is included on their list or not.
  • People who will work on primary care topics will get more credit in their CV.
  • All the leaders should be present in the meeting to give their updates!

Primary care project (For all the leaders and authors)

  • In this project we are going to provide a guideline for a primary care doctor on how to approach a patient with a special complaint (For example chest pain).
  • The author should do a literature search on society guidelines (not family medicine guidelines) and find the most recent one.
  • The template for the page is a resident survival guide:
  • The algorithm can be drawn on a sheet of paper or a PowerPoint slide.
  • Here is a complete example for chest pain
  • Feel free to contact your coach or Sahar for more information on a primary care topic.

Meeting's summary

July 29th, 11 am - 12 am

Things that need to be done

COVID-19 Project (For all the authors and leaders)

  • Aisha Adigun is in charge of updating the COVID-19 pages regularly.

Primary Care Topics (For all the leaders)

  • Please update the list of primary care topics with a primary care doctor's perspective.
  • First focus on the common symptoms that will bring patients to the primary care doctors and then add them to your list.
    • Symptoms like tinnitus, dizziness, fatigue, urinary retention, nocturia, and etc can be included on the list (based on the related organ system).
  • Farima Kahe (Oncology team leader) should make a landing page for common cancer screening and add a summary for each cancer screening and redirect to receptive cancer microchapters.
  • There are some overlaps between the topics. For example, chest pain may be added to two lists (cardiology and emergency medicine), before assigning any scholar to work on the topic, please make sure the page is incomplete and nobody is working on that.
  • Also please contact other leaders whether the topic is included on their list or not.
  • All the leaders should be present in the meeting to give their updates!

Meeting's summary

July 28th, 11 am - 12 am

Things that need to be done

COVID-19 Project (For all the authors and leaders)

  • Aisha Adigun is in charge of updating the COVID-19 pages regularly.

Primary Care Topics (For all the leaders)

  • Please update the list of primary care topics with a primary care doctor's perspective.
  • First focus on the common symptoms that will bring patients to the primary care doctors and then add them to your list.
    • Symptoms like tinnitus, dizziness, fatigue, urinary retention, nocturia, and etc can be included on the list (based on the related organ system).
  • Farima Kahe (Oncology team leader) should make a list of common cancer screening and add it to the primary care topics.
  • The page of primary care topics should be fixed by Aditya.
  • All the leaders should be present in the meeting to give their updates!
  • Dermatology list should be completed as soon as possible.

Meeting's summary

July 24th, 11 am - 12 am

Things that need to be done

COVID-19 Project (For all the authors and leaders)

  • Please go through your pages on COVID-19 one more time and make sure every heading/subheading has at least one reference.
  • In the treatment section of your page, please consider this quick guide while writing medical therapy

Primary Care Topics (For all the leaders)

  • As discussed in the meeting, we are going to start another project. The project is going to cover the most commonly encountered conditions in primary care. The template will be a resident survival guide.​ Below, please find the link to the template for this new project:
  • Here is an example of how to write one resident survival guide:
  • To start this project, please follow these steps:
    • Make a list of the common complaints in primary care related to your topic
    • Assign one or two (or more based on your judgment) scholar to one topic. For example, 2 scholars can work on headache algorithm
    • Guide them to write it according to the aforementioned template.
    • Add their name to the receptive table on this page;
    • Please make sure you do not use a family-medicine-based approach as the reference. The society of your receptive organ system is a more preferable reference for making the final algorithms.

Meetings' Summary

Things that need to be done

COVID-19 page

  • The English review process is going on.

Organ System Project

  • The leaders of each organ system should make a list of the most common diseases related to their organ system and add the list to their sandbox.
    • We already have the list on the page below, but we need it in an organ-based format.

Meetings' Summary

Things that need to be done

COVID-19 page

  • The review process should be completed.

Organ System Project

  • The leaders of each organ system should update their list of chapters on the page below:
  • The leaders of each organ system should add the name of their team members on the page below: