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Let's Talk Surgery: The RCSEd Podcast
Podcast episodes from March 2021
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Episode 22: '‘Improving Safety Out of Hours’ campaign – Beth Lineham''26 March 2021 |
Following the recent publication of ‘Patient Safety: Improving Safety Out of Hours’ document, Greg and Sesi are joined by Beth Lineham, Orthopaedic Registrar and co-author of the report, to discuss some of the salient points identified in the survey. They discuss key issues highlighted and some examples of good practice noted in the survey.
Episode 21: "Leadership in Focus #1 – Professor Jason Leitch"19 March 2021 |
A four part series focusing on leadership, in particular leading through crisis within the context of the COVID-19 pandemic. Greg and Sesi are joined on the podcast by the Scottish Government National Clinical Director, Professor Jason Leitch to discuss his leadership journey and his reflections on the last 12 months.
Episode 20: “The Pandemic versus Medical Students”12 March 2021 |
Sesi is joined by Gillian Hardman from the RCSED Trainees committee in an all-female panel, in commemoration of International Women’s Day, to reflect on how the pandemic has impacted on Medical Students. They are joined by an inspiring group of students to have open, frank conversations on their experiences and hopes for the future. Important lessons on how to help future generations during this difficult period.
Episode #19: "Patient Safety Series #4 with Kevin Turner – we are ordinary people”5 March 2021 |
In the final episode of the patient safety series, Greg and Sesi welcome Kevin Turner, consultant urologist and chair of the surgical adverse events first aid response working group to discuss patient safety from the lens of resilience in surgeons and other clinicians. We discuss the concept of the secondary casualty following significant adverse events, how we can support clinicians through complications and some of the data coming out of ongoing research in this area. Very insightful and fun discussions.