Our campaign to #EndNeurophobia continues with a neuro VMR featuring one of our favorite chief complaints, AMS!
Kaitlyn Thomas is a 3rd year medical student at Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine at their Seton Hill campus in Greensburg, Pennsylvania. She is interested in medical education, advocacy and assisting underserved populations. She has contributed to the CPSolvers on Virtual Morning Report on several occasions and produced a few videos for their illness scripts. In her free time, she enjoys hiking, spending time with family, and finding new recipes to cook.
Ninad Bhat is a third-year medical student at UCSF. He has always been fascinated by communication and the brain, seeking to combine his interests by becoming a neurologist involved in medical education. In his free time, he writes poetry and works to keep his obligatory medical student plants alive.
Andrew Levy is a 4th-year medical student at the University of Colorado SOM applying to Family Medicine with interests in Primary Care, Global Health, and Population Health. After taking a year off to help implement a WHO educational community-based first aid response program, he is now pursuing further public health training through UCSF in Implementation Sciences. He has been a fan of CPSolvers since being turned onto it, as well as the general topic of diagnostic reasoning, through Juan Lessing, an IM attending at the University of Colorado Hospital. In his free time, he enjoys exploring the great outdoors with his wife, Emily a fourth-year medical student at RVU in Colorado, and their three dogs Layla, Jade, and Avalanche.