In this 182nd episode I welcome the president of the ASA medical student component, Stacia Griebahn, and the president-elect, Abigail Schirmer to the show to discuss what medical students applying in anesthesiology are concerned about this year and the responses that PDs have to those concerns.
In this 181st episode I welcome Dr. Dave Berman back to the show to discuss what the evidence tells us about how to effectively teach in the perioperative arena.
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In this 179th episode I welcome Kali Dayton, an ICU NP, to the show to discuss a major area of interest for her, getting intubated patients up and walking. Kali has a podcast dedicated to the topic called Walking Home from the ICU where she interviews patients about their experiences.
In this 177th episode I discuss a survey of Anesthesiology program directors where I asked them both what makes a great resident great and what red flags make them worry about a resident. I go through the responses and lay out key points about how to earn the reputation of being a star resident.
A listener recommended the book Extreme Ownership by Jocko Willinck and Lief Babbin about what makes Navy Seal teams successful. There are lots of parallels with what I discussed on this episode.
In this 175th episode I welcome Justin Harvey back to the show to discuss the financial implications of COVID-19 for medical students, residents, fellows and attending physicians. Justin is a fee-only financial advisor and CFP (Certified Financial Planner).
In this 170th episode I welcome Dr. Brian Garibaldi to the show to discuss his experience taking care of 40 critically ill COVID patients and what we’ve learned. We got through by system, head to toe, and discuss strategies and approaches.
In this 165th episode I welcome Drs. Scott and Cereda from University of Pennsylvania and Dr. Nacoti from Italy to talk about COVID-19, what it is, what we know about it, what it’s like on the ground in Italy right now, and what we can learn from their experience to try to prevent it from happening here.
In this 153rd episode I welcome Dr. Sasha Shillcutt to the show to discuss the movement to support and promote the success of women in Anesthesiology. Dr. Shillcutt is on twitter at @sashashillcutt and @RUBraveEnough. Her website is https://www.becomebraveenough.com