January 21, 2015 • Written in Practicing Physicians 0 Comments

Tagged with CURIOS Physician education PracticalDoc Practising Physicians Resources Rural Health Rural medicine • Written by Jonathan Koch

No longer will Dr. Hugh Hindle be re-arranging the office furniture to treat benign paroxysmal positional vertigo (BPPV).

In "Weak and Dizzy", Dr. Hindle advises some self-treatment on YouTube, and also Wikipedia for good measure.

To read "Weak and Dizzy", and more of Dr. Hindle's musings on the PDQ Blog, visit Practical Doc.ca.

Practical Doc was formed in response to the ongoing need to provide practicing rural physicians with a place where they can access online skills, resources, and support. More than a clearinghouse for content, Practical Doc merges the needs of a physician who may be looking for information with the support that can be sometimes hard to find when working in a rural community.

Offering teaching and technological resopurces, as well as an online Virtual Library for rural physicians, PracticalDoc.ca is funded by RPAP | Health Workforce for Alberta.

Photo Credit: Höjdskräck / Vertigo by Mikael Tigerström - Cropped version (CC BY 2.0)


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