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  • 1.  next meeting-date change March 25

    Posted 02-26-2024 13:13

    Hi all,

    We had scheduled our next meeting for March 4 but I will need to change the date to March 25, 12-1pm pacific time/3-4pm eastern time. Do you have a new project, research updates, or possible collaboration to discuss? Please let me know if you have agenda items!  

    March meeting focus: general topics, SGIM national prep 
    Jessica Anne Bender is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting.
    Topic: SGIM Long COVID Interest Group

    Jessica Bender
    Clinical Assistant Professor
    University of Washington School of Medicine
    Seattle WA
    (206) 708-3235
    2024 Annual Meeting Register

  • 2.  RE: next meeting-date change March 25

    Posted 02-27-2024 15:41
    Sorry, I can't make that time.  I hate to miss the group, but that's right in the middle of my clinic.  I had blocked out the March 4 date months in advance.

    I'll read over any minutes or notes from the call.  Hope all goes well!

    Andrew Schamess (he/him)

    2024 Annual Meeting Register

  • 3.  RE: next meeting-date change March 25

    Posted 03-25-2024 12:54

    Hi everyone, just a reminder we'll be meeting today at noon pacific/3pm Eastern. I apologize again for the date change and will post meeting notes here after. 

    A few agenda items:

    • National/international society ideas 
    • Editors wanted
    • SGIM Annual meeting updates
      • NEW: Opportunity to lead a poster walk tour 
      • Interest Group meeting 5/16 12:30pm
      • Are you presenting a Long COVID poster/workshop/abstract? 
    • Others? 

    Hope to see you there!


    Jessica Bender
    Northwest Region Co-President
    Clinical Assistant Professor
    University of Washington School of Medicine
    Seattle WA
    (206) 708-3235

    2024 Annual Meeting Register

  • 4.  RE: next meeting-date change March 25

    Posted 04-04-2024 09:24
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    Hi SGIM Long COVID team,


    I am attaching the PDF of the POTS screening handout we created for our clinic. I have found it very useful as a screening tool, having patients fill out the 2nd page table and sending me a picture of it through our portal. I use it principally as screening to help triage who needs tilt table, but honestly I have found it to be more informative than formal testing in many cases. Here is also the link so it can be accessed online:



    I am also linking below the Canva link as an editable file. You all have permission to edit and rebrand with your logos for your clinics, but our marketing team insists that if you do please include the text "Sourced from UT Health Austin's Post-COVID-19 Program; Illustrations by Shriya Alli" in the document to give credit to the UT undergrad who helped me make it. Please do not edit this Canva file directly but make a personal copy before editing.






    W. Michael Brode MD FACP

    General Internist | Assistant Professor of Medicine
    Dell Medical School  |  The University of Texas at Austin uc%3fexport=download&id=12c4w549ukymppx5F9eNYtPdyBxvOX9gW&revid=0B8DHE5DmkiHTLzJwaVVlQXF1U3AzVmMzeElQT0lTZnkrdU9vPQ
    o: 833-495-5680  |  william.brode@austin.utexas.edu





    POTS Screening Handout.pdf   792 KB 1 version
    2024 Annual Meeting Register