Dr. John Devine Chief of Spine Surgery at Medical College of Georgia highlights the most critical aspects of orthopedics that all general surgeons should know.
He also discusses his experience jumping into a combat zone with the US Army.
Exciting episodes coming up in March.
-Debate on Carotid Artery Stenting vs Endarterectomy
-Update on Sepsis
-Kenji Inaba discusses trauma
-Frank Veith discusses future of Vascular Surgery
"Failing Forward" was a recently presented panel discussion at the Academic Surgical Congress. Dr. Justin Dimick and Dr. Dorry Segev moderate this excellent panel of top surgeons (listed below) who discuss a specific example of failure and how they recovered through persistence and dedication.
Any surgeon, junior or senior, will appreciate this candid look how today's successful surgeons thrived in the face of diversity. Very inspiring and motivating!
Panel members in order of presentation: Drs. Timothy Pawlik, Michael Englesbe, Melina Kibbe, Mary Hawn, Keith Lillemoe, and Carla Pugh.
Enjoy and thank you to everyone for allowing us to publish this great talk!
At the Academic Surgical Congress last week we were fortunate enough to sit down with Dr. Craig Kent from University of Wisconsin and Dr. Michael Englesbe from University of Michigan for longer sessions. So we combined them into one large, diverse, and awesome podcast for everyone to enjoy!
Dr. Kent talks with us about academic medicine and his research in vascular surgery (specifically molecular and cellular mechanisms underlying vascular disease) and then Dr. Englesbe gives us a great rundown of preoperative optimization (MSHOP project) and gives us tips and tricks on dealing with cirrhotics in General Surgery.
Two great talks from two great physicians!!
During our third and final day at the ASC we once again had some great interviews. To start off, we sat down with Dr. Adil Haider to talk about the conference as well as his research on racial disparities in trauma. We continue with interviews of well-known surgeons Dr. Timothy Pawlik from John's Hopkins and Dr. Andrew Hill from Auckland, New Zealand.
Enjoy! Unfortunately no mustache tips and tricks today….
We are now in our second day of the Academic Surgical Congress and it has been going great thus far! We start off with Dr. Dimick and Dr. Segev giving us a great rundown after cohosting the popular event "Failing Forward", which we hope to air in the near future. In addition we are joined with well known surgeons Dr. Gene Moore, Dr. Michael Zinner, and Dr. Kevin Staveley-O'Carroll. They all discuss the conference as well give medical tidbits to make all better surgeons. Learn from the best!!
Don't miss Dr. Moore's advice on how to care for your mustache right after he tells us how to properly perform an ED thoracotomy!
Enjoy!! We'll have Day 3 for you tomorrow!
Dr. Justin B. Dimick president of the Association of Academic Surgeons gives his presidential address at the ASC discussing how to embrace "The Rookie Advantage" to excel in academic medicine. Certainly a highlight the ASC conference!!
BTK has live coverage of the Academic Surgical Congress 2016 in Jacksonville! We sit down with prominent staff and cover meeting highlights as well as mix in multiple Dissection of the Days and Tips and Tricks. Also, Dr. Bilimoria sits down with us and discusses the recently published FIRST Trial results in the NEJM.
Featured in the Podcast:
Taylor Riall, Brian Zuckerbraun, Karl Bilimoria, Melanie Morris, Daniel Chu, Jake Greenberg, and finally repeat guest Lillian Kao!
Great rundown of the happenings at ASC. More to follow tomorrow!!