Pictured, L to R: Masaki Takai, MD; Stephen Chan, MD; Maegan Doi, MD; Li-Hsieh Chen, MD; Henry Lew, MD; Daniel Moreno, MD; Valynn Pham, MD; Mitch Motooka, MD; Cathie Ching, MD.
On May 3, PGY3 Internal Medicine Residents presented an evidence-packed Grand Rounds entitled, “Primary Prevention of Atherosclerotic Cardiovascular Disease.” Residents discussed risk stratification tools, the latest evidence regarding aspirin therapy, and the role of cholesterol. Throughout the presentation, residents told the story of “Mr. Miyagi,” a patient who engaged in a shared decision-making discussion with resident Maegan Doi, MD, while viewing the KPARE (Kaiser Permanente ASCVD Risk Estimator) tool.
Program Director, Mitch Motooka, MD, makes a cameo appearance as “Mr. Miyagi” and engages in a shared decision-making conversation with resident Maegan Doi, MD.
Clinical content mentors, Stephen Chan, MD (Assistant Chief, Cardiology); Catherine Ching, MD (Regional Guideline Director); and Masaki Takai, MD (Ambulatory Lead, KP HealthConnect, Hawaii Region) joined the residents to answer questions. Following the Grand Rounds, a proud Program Director, Mitch Motooka, MD, congratulated his graduating residents on their stellar performance!
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