Lectures in life expectancy

Life expectancy is a statistical measure of how long a person or organism may live, based on the year of their birth, their current age and other demographic factors including gender. At a given age, life expectancy is the average number of years that is likely to be lived by a group of individuals (of age x) exposed to the same mortality conditions until they die.  http://www.gapminder.org/

Lectures in Life-Expectancy

Lectures in Life-Expectancy

 Dr. Sestier is available to give lectures at short notice, on the following  topics:

  • Cardiology Early detection of subclinical coronary disease
  • Primary and secondary prevention of coronary artery disease
  • Optimal management of congestive heart failure
  • How to improve your cardiology medico-administrative tasks?
  • How to improve your cardiology practice and avoid liability lawsuits?
  • EKG and LVH
  • EKG in the ER and litigation
  • Elucidating sudden cardiac deaths with blank autopsies.
  • Cardiac side effects of psychiatric drugs
  • Insurance Medicine
  • Difficulties in adjudication of CI benefits
  • Morbid obesity and longevity
  • Valvular surgery and survival
  • Fast adjudication of permanent disability
  • Disability duration guidelines
  • Medical needs in the next five decades
  • Survival of diabetics with CAD
  • EKG for the underwriter
  • 30 days prediction of a second hospital readmission
  • Underwriting travel Insurance
  • Is my patient fit to fly?
  • Web-based teaching of Insurance medicine
  • Return to work issues
  • Disability assessment in the era of ICF
  • Medicolegal expertise: duties of the medical expert
  • Code of ethics of the medical expert
  • Web-based teaching of medicolegal expertise
  • Liability of the medical expert
  • Discussing causation in a medicolegal report
  • The requested body of knowledge of a medical expert
  • Detecting deception and exaggeration during a medicolegal assessment
  • How to vulgarize science in Court and remain accurate?
  • Hoe to work with a lawyer and remain independent?
  • The IME template
  • How to prepare a thorough written medicolegal report
  • Surviving the cross-examination
  • EBM for the expert
  • The difficult claimant assessment
  • The Life Expectancy report
  • Refining the use of the 6th edition of the AMA guide
  • Life expectancy calculation methodology; one impairment
  • Life expectancy calculation methodology; multiple impairments

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