Dr. Greg Davis On Medicine

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This week Dr. Greg talks ticks with Lee Townsend, an entomoligist with the UK College of Agriculture, Food and Environment.

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It seems like a no-brainer but more and more medical schools are teaching students that a collaborative approach to care is best for the patient.  This week Dr. Greg Davis talks with James Norton, director of UK's Center for Interprofessional Health Education.  The center's mission is to produce team-ready graduates who are well prepared to enter a rapidly changing health care delivery system.

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This week Dr. Greg talks with Dr. Larry Goldstein, Co-Director of the Kentucky Neuroscience Institute, about an upcoming Practical Update, CE Opportunity at UK Hospital.

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Dr. Greg has a candid chat with Renee Robinson, forensic pathologist for Stark County in Ohio about how coroners are coping with challenges associated with a high uptick in overdose deaths.  Robinson recently penned an article for the journal, Academic Forensic Pathology: County Coroners and Their Role in the Heart of the Opioid Epidemic.


Dr. Greg talks with Dr. Paul Offit, Chief of the Division of Infectious Diseases at Children's Hospital in Philadelphia, and one of the leading national advocates for vaccination and immunization.  He writes a weekly column dedicated to debunking myths about medical risks and vaccines.


Dr. Greg Davis talks with UK Dietitians Vanessa Oliver and Dr. Karen Bryla McNees about some persistent myths about nutrition and healthy living; rule of thumb - if it sounds too good to be true it probably is.


What happens when a caregiver's duties are over?  Dr. Greg talks with UK Eldercare specialist Terri Weber about a Life After Caregiving Workshop March 23rd in Lexington.

Cancer Care Close To Home Goal Of Markey Network

Mar 8, 2017
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This week Dr. Greg talks with Dr. Tim Mullet, professor of surgery and cardio-thoracic surgeon at UK Healthcare about the Markey Cancer Center's Affiliate Network, which enhances access to high-quality cancer services and programs through collaboration with community hospitals.

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This week on Dr. Greg Davis on Medicine the host talks with Michelle Staton, associate professor in the UK College of Medicine; department of behavioral science about her study involving substance abuse among female inmates in facilities in three rural Kentucky counties.


This week Dr. Greg Davis talks with Phil Bernard, associate professor of pediatrics and critical care and medical director of information technology at UK Healthcare.  Dr. Bernard is a strong advocate of the Open Notes Movement which allows patients to access their healthcare records at anytime.