great talk - occasionally the font was so small it was unreadable
A good review
thorough review
none
great presentation thanks
Way too long - could have cut down the number of slides in the lecture - pictures of cows
skipped over 50% of his own talk. the speaker should have to provide handouts if they can't over their material. we are paying enough for this course.
This lecture was very informative. It had so much information that it might be worth considering splitting up in 2, to give enough time to go over erythrocytosis.
Would be beneficial to be able to review the diagrams that "move" or progress separately after the Review (i.e. Step by step slides)
too long, needs to be more focus
Excellent presentation. Covered A LOT of material in nice, concise, digestible manner. Always a pleasure to hear Dr. Heeney speak!
Love his talk!! (and the jokes!!)
A great speaker! Could skip a little of the iron deficiency stuff to leave more room for the topics towards the end (vitamin deficiencies, erythrositosis)
Dr Heeney is obviously very knowledgeable of his topic but for the last three courses, he has never been to finish his slides and therefore has never cover the material assigned to him.
Seemed to cover much more than nutritional anemias. Maybe could cut it down some.
Dr. Heeney was excellent and very effective as a teacher.
few too many slides
Really great lecture but he needs more time
Unfortunately, much time was spend on IDA and that left no time for the remainder of the planned talk, which contained information that was tested on the boards. Would recommend shortening beginning (don't need to give IDA history, etc) and leaving time for other nutritional anemias, or splitting lectures up.
Best talk!
The physiology and presentation of Fe, Folate and Vit B12 was very good. However, the presentation was far from balanced given what is in the deck, presuming this is what is thought to be relevant and important for the exam. 1. Metabolic cycle and prophyrias were thrown up--if it's there, what is important from that material? Which ones aren't? How do they present and what's the workup? 2. For Erythrocytosis, while there might have been focus, lecturer did not leave time to discuss, and just flipped passed the slides. Particularly challenging to piece together thereafter (again, assuming that since it is in the deck, it must be relevant to the exam). If the course organizers think all of these topics should be covered, more time needs to be given to these topics, or editing of other topics scaled back.
I definitely learnt a lot from this lecture, but did feel that too much time was spent on the first 3/4 of the lecture not leaving time for the last bit of the lecture. Even during independent review of the slides it seemed like too much focus was given to iron deficiency making the presentation too long.
Great speaker, too much information to get through but a good lecture.
This talk was significantly too much time spent on detailed pathophysiology that we are not tested on and glossed over way too much at the end that is testable. Also, as someone who didn't attend the course in person and does not have a slide deck printed out to go with these videos, the fast flipping through things that were not covered was incredibly frustrating because it was so fast I couldn't even hit pause in time to look at the slide. This talk needs to be restructured to be more geared to what is on the test and not getting into the nitty gritty details of things just for academic completeness.
great lecturer
Extensive topic for one hour!
Too much information in one session, we didn't cover many of the slides. Is it possible to condense and focus more on just the "likely to be tested" info? Excellent job presenting though-made it interesting!
would recommend shortening the amount of detail with iron absorption so that the later nutritional anemias can have more focus as they are usually not covered as much in residency/practice, but iron deficiency is hammered in residency.
Very clear and concise description of complicated physiology. There is a lot to cover, especially with iron deficiency, so maybe only hit the highlights that you think are most testable during the oral presentation so that you can finish the talk (the written information in the slide is great but you don't have to cover all of it when giving the oral presentation). Thank you!
Overall a good job, needed to pace a bit more because I think the content on the last several slides is high yield material, it seems likely that HIF will be mentioned at least once on the board exam, for example. We probably need less review on dietary iron deficiency that is bread and butter to us and more review on those weird, rare things that the board just loves to test on. The first 20 minutes could've been done in 5 minutes, except for the porphyrias.
A very comprehensive and detailed lecture. Though would have preferred a little less discussion about cows milk in effort to get through all the material (skipped erythrocytosis) Also, as this is a board review course, would have appreciated more highlighting/emphasis on exam topics/points to differentiate all the details discussed
Speaker with significant expertise, but had too many details (and slides) in some aspects, forcing him to breeze through portions of the talk.
A lot of information on iron deficiency, to the point that the end of the lecture seemed very rushed.
He should definitely return
Felt like a book of hematology. Not an exam-tailored presentation.
The information in the slides was quite thorough; however, there was a lot of repetition; some of the high yield board content could thus not be discussed due to shortage of time.
Fantastic review, just not enough time, which is unfortunate.
This lecturer was too ambitious - there is no way to reasonably get through that volume of slides in 1 hour. I would have preferred if he had presented a 50 slide set, and then included additional slides that were self-explanatory in the back, instead of constantly skipping over material throughout.
Move more quickly through IDA, we all see it and know it well, that way can focus on less common anemias and review folate/B12 which we do not see as often
engaging and informative
This is one of the best lectures during the course but it needs to be alloted more time to finish so we can cover all the material.
Spent 1hr on iron, had too many duplicate info slides in this section and comments/slides likely not to be tested. Spent 5 min on everything else in his section we needed to cover and frequently mentioned this is good testable material. Disappointing.
Skipped a lot of content
not well balanced lecture
Too many slides