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Let's Talk Surgery: The RCSEd Podcast
Podcast episodes from July 2021
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Episode 37: "Simon Paterson-Brown & MSc Patient Safety and Clinical Human Factors"30 July 2021 |
Mr Simon Paterson-Brown joins the podcast as co-director of the MSc in Patient Safety & Clinical Human factors to discuss the aims of the course, its inception and applicability in everyday healthcare delivery.
Episode 36: "Vascular Surgery Round-table – Workforce Challenges and Solutions"26 July 2021 |
Sesi and Paddy are joined by Ciaran McDonnell, Hannah Travers and Mimi Li, vascular surgeons across the grade spectrum for an interesting and insightful discussion around the workforce challenges that faces vascular surgery both now and in the future but also offer some solutions being considered and implemented by the Workforce Committee, Rouleaux club and the wider vascular community. Listen out for a light-hearted but well off the mark prediction of a famous rugby match from Ciaran!
Episode 35: "Vascular Journal Club & Roundtable #2; Ruth Benson"16 July 2021 |
Paddy and Sesi are joined by Ruth Benson, vascular trainee, and recent past president of the Vascular and Endovascular Research Network (VERN) to discuss innovative research during the COVID pandemic – COVER Study and her’s and VERN’s journey through research.
Episode 34: "Performance Project 4: Roger Kneebone – Becoming Expert"9 July 2021 |
Ken & Steve along with guest host Rachel Falconer are joined by Professor Roger Kneebone, author of the book ‘Expert: Understanding the path to Mastery’.
Episode 33: "Performance Project 3; Carol-Anne Moulton – Performance, Identity and Culture"5 July 2021 |
Ken and Steve are joined by Hepatobiliary surgeon, scientist and culture change enthusiast, Carol-Anne Moulton from the University of Toronto to explore some of her research work and her personal experiences.