Episode 237: Health Care Provider Burnout with Dr. Bryan Sexton

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Episode 237: Health Care Provider Burnout with Dr. Bryan Sexton
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In this 237th episode I welcome Dr. Bryan Sexton to the show to discuss his work with characterizing, researching and trying to address healthcare provider burnout. We discuss what burnout is and how it differs from moral injury, how to prevent it, treat it, and what a better system might look like.

CME: Link

Random Recs: Bridgerton

References:

Bryan’s website where you can find all the tools we discussed: https://hsq.dukehealth.org/tools/

The Science of Healthcare Worker Burnout: https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/34459858/

Well-being essentials series: Oct 10-13 Bit.ly/wellbduke

Episode 236: Gun Violence Prevention with Dr. Katherine Hoops

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Episode 236: Gun Violence Prevention with Dr. Katherine Hoops
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In this 236th episode I welcome Dr. Katherine Hoops to the show to discuss her work with gun violence prevention. We discuss the horrific statistics around gun violence during the COVID pandemic, what can be done to try to prevent it, and what providers can do to help.

CME: Link

Random Recs:

We The People: Link

Stranger Things: Link

Episode 235: What Happens When Doctors Get Sick, the Physician-as-patient, with Drs. Castro-Frenzel and Saadat

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Episode 235: What Happens When Doctors Get Sick, the Physician-as-patient, with Drs. Castro-Frenzel and Saadat
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In this 235th episode I welcome Drs. Karla Castro-Frenzel and Haleh Saadat to the show. They share their stories of being diagnosed with serious diseases, becoming physician-as-patients, and how they coped with the diagnosis and figured out how to move forward.

CME: Link

Dr. Saadat’s email is haleh.saadat@gmail.com, she is on Twitter @hs2009 and
Instagram @haleh_saadat_

Dr. Castro-Frenzel is on twitter @KarlaFrenzel and Instagram @kacasfr

Random recs:

We Are All Perfectly Fine: Link

The Yearling: Link

When Things Fall Apart: Link

The Diving Bell and the Butterfly: Link

Episode 234: Keywords Part 20: PONV

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Episode 234: Keywords Part 20: PONV
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In this 234th episode I welcome Dr. Gillian Isaac back to the show to discuss another ABA keyword. We cover PONV for the Basic and Advanced exam.

CME: Link

Show notes by Edison Jyang

Random Recs:

Spikeball: Link

Pickleball: Link

References: Barash Clinical Anesthesia 8th edition and Anesthesiahub.com

Episode 233: Presenting Anesthesia Plans with Drs. Madan and Buhl

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Episode 233: Presenting Anesthesia Plans with Drs. Madan and Buhl
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In this 233rd episode we post a recording from Drs. Elena Madan and Lauren Buhl about how to optimally present anesthesia plans.

CME: Link

Dr. Madan’s email is edmadan@bidmc.harvard.edu

Dr. Buhl’s email is: lbuhl@bidmc.harvard.edu and she is on Twitter @lkbuhl

Show notes by Edison Jyang

References:

1. Barash PG, et al. Preoperative Patient Assessment and Management. Clinical Anesthesia, 8e Eds.(23)2017. Lippincott Williams & Wilkins. 

2.ButterworthJF,IV,etal.PreoperativeAssessment,Premedication,&PerioperativeDocumentation.Morgan&Mikhail’sClinicalAnesthesiology,5eEds.(18)2013.McGraw-Hill

3. Gropper MA, Miller RD. Preoperative Evaluation. Miller’s Anesthesia, 9e. Eds (31)2020. Elsevier 

Episode 232: WikiAnesthesia with Drs. Wang, Larson and Rishel

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Episode 232: WikiAnesthesia with Drs. Wang, Larson and Rishel
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In this 232nd episode I welcome Drs. Wang, Larson and Rishel to the show to discuss WikiAnesthesia. We discuss what it is, how it came to be, what it offers for anesthesia practitioners, and how people can get involved.

CME: Link

WikiAnesthesia: Link

Email: contact@wikianesthesia.org

Twitter, Instagram: @WikiAnesthesia

References:

  • Giles J. Internet encyclopaedias go head to head. Nature. 2005 Dec 15;438(7070):900-1. doi: 10.1038/438900a. PMID: 16355180.
  • Van Zundert AAJ, Gatt SP, Mahajan RP. Open Access, Crowd-Sourced Repository of Anesthesia Information (Wiki-Anesthesia) as Antidote to Inaccurate Internet-Based Resources. Anesth Analg. 2017 May;124(5):1741-1742. doi: 10.1213/ANE.0000000000002036. PMID: 28426589.
  • Scaffidi MA, Khan R, Wang C, Keren D, Tsui C, Garg A, Brar S, Valoo K, Bonert M, de Wolff JF, Heilman J, Grover SC. Comparison of the Impact of Wikipedia, UpToDate, and a Digital Textbook on Short-Term Knowledge Acquisition Among Medical Students: Randomized Controlled Trial of Three Web-Based Resources. JMIR Med Educ. 2017 Oct 31;3(2):e20. doi: 10.2196/mededu.8188. PMID: 29089291; PMCID: PMC5686416.

Random Recs:

Dark Secrets: Link

Derry Girls: Link

Watchmen: Link

Deep Medicine: Link

Money Heist: Link

Episode 231: Total Artificial Heart with Mike Essandoh

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Episode 231: Total Artificial Heart with Mike Essandoh
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In this 231st episode I welcome Dr. Mike Essandoh back to the show to discuss the Total Artificial Heart. We discuss what it is, how it works, how it is put in, who is a good candidate, and how to manage people with TAHs from an anesthetic perspective when they come in for non-cardiac surgery.

CME: Link

Random Recs:

Top Gun: Maverick: Link

This is Us: Link

References:

  1. Yaung J, Arabia FA, Nurok M. Perioperative care of the patient with the total artificial heart. Anesthesia & Analgesia. 2017;124(5):1412-1422.
  2. Copeland J, Langford S, Giampietro J, Arancio J, Arabia F. Total Artificial Heart Update. Surgical Technology International. 2021;39.
  3. Rangwala Z, Banks DA, Copeland JG. Pro: the total artificial heart: is it an appropriate replacement for existing biventricular assist devices? Journal of cardiothoracic and vascular anesthesia. 2014;28(3):836-839
  4. Mizuguchi KA, Padera Jr RF, Kowalczyk A, Doran MN, Couper GS, Fox AA. Transesophageal echocardiography imaging of the total artificial heart. Anesthesia & Analgesia. 2013;117(4):780-784

Episode 230: AI in Healthcare with Greg Booth

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Episode 230: AI in Healthcare with Greg Booth
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In this 230th episode I welcome Dr. Greg Booth to the show to discuss how artificial intelligence can be used in healthcare, how it works, what the benefits are, and what the potential downsides are that we need to be aware of.

CME: Link

Dr. Booth is on twitter @GregBoothMD

Random Recs:

Netflix The Last Dance: Link

Netflix Maid: Link

References:

Trustworthy AI book: https://trustworthyaibook.com/

– Machine learning to predict fascial dehiscence after exploratory laparotomy https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/34455314/

– Natural language processing and it’s use in orthopedic research https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/34755276/

– Machine learning to predict likelihood of prolonged opioid use after arthroscopic hip surgery https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/34411683/

Episode 229: Keywords Part 19: Epidurals

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Episode 229: Keywords Part 19: Epidurals
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In this 229th episode I welcome Dr. Gillian Isaac back to the show to discuss another ABA keyword. We discuss Epidurals for both the Basic and Advanced Exam.

CME: Link

Random Recs:

Why Read Moby Dick: Link

Paul Simon’s Graceland: Link

References: Barash Clinical Anesthesia 8th edition and Anesthesiahub.com

Episode 228: Liver Transplant Revisited with Nicole Rizkalla

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Episode 228: Liver Transplant Revisited with Nicole Rizkalla
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In this 228th episode I welcome Dr. Nicole Rizkalla to the show to discuss the details of liver transplant anesthesiology. We discuss patient selection and preparation, intraop and postop management, the training pathway to be a transplant anesthesiologist and what the future may hold.

CME: Link

Random Recs:

Anthony Bourdain No Reservations: Link

Wordle: Link

Quordle: Link

Nerdle: Link

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