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Let's Talk Surgery: The RCSEd Podcast
Podcast episodes from April 2021


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Episode 25: "Leadership in Focus - Caroline Lamb"

26 April 2021  | 
Episode 25: "Leadership in Focus - Caroline Lamb"

Caroline Lamb is the current Chief Executive of NHS Scotland and the Director General of Health and Social Care within the Scottish Government. She joins Greg and Sesi to reflect on her leadership journey but also her experiences of leading through the pandemic in a number of portfolio areas within the Scottish Government. Passionate about leadership, empowering others, and inclusivity, Caroline also touches on the recent International Women’s Day and how we can ensure more women are afforded similar leadership opportunities.

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Episode 24: "Leadership in Focus - Tim Graham"

16 April 2021  | 
Episode 24: "Leadership in Focus - Tim Graham"

On this episode of the podcast, we meet Tim Graham, consultant cardiac surgeon who leads the Professional Standards Office at RCSED. He discusses his training journey, being a cardiac surgeon, his passions and candid reflections on leading through a crisis / difficult moments as well as gives us a flavour of the role of the professional standards office.

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Episode 23: "Leadership in Focus - Dr David Rosser"

9 April 2021  | 
Episode 23: "Leadership in Focus - Dr David Rosser"

In the second in our four-part leadership series focusing on leading through the crisis of the COVID-19 pandemic, Greg and Sesi sit down with Dr David Rosser, Chief Executive of University Hospitals Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust. As head of one of the largest hospital trusts in the UK, they discuss Dr Rosser's experiences of responding to the clinical challenges posed by pandemic, and the role of innovation in service provision and recovery of services.

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