Displaying episodes 31 - 38 of 38 in total
Episode 8: From early Medical School graduation to an inpatient Covid unit: An (interim) intern’s experience (with special guest Dr. Gregory Kirschen).
On today’s show: Dr. Grergory Kirschen, a recent M.D./Ph.D. graduate who immediately began work as of this month on an inpatient Covid-19 unit. He tells us what it's like to suddenly be an intern, how trainees are fairing, and even drops his own Pathology-related bad joke! An inspiring show and a must-listen.
Today we discuss physician burnout in Pathology- with special guest Edna Garcia, first author of the recent AJCP article "The American Society for Clinical Pathology’s Job Satisfaction, Well-Being, and Burnout Survey of Pathologists.” We are also joined by Dr. Brown, the Chief Officer of Medical Quality at ASCP, who speaks about experiencing burnout and ways to make it better. A very timely conversation in a time of increased stress!
In today's episode, I speak with Dr. Andrew Courtwright, who is an Assistant Professor of Clinical Medicine in the Department of Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania. We speak about the clinical findings in patients with severe manifestations of Covid-19 and the ethics of resource allocation in pandemics. And I learn the mechanics of prone position ventilation.
Join us this week for a discussion about public health and how it is impacting all of our lives. My guest is not only a pathologist, a friend, and former co-resident, but also has training in public health and helps me put this pandemic into a broader context. And we tell really bad inside jokes about pathology! You'll learn! You'll cringe! It's great!
Episode 4: "A pause for applause (and then I almost cried)" with special guest Dr. Laura G. Pastrián (Madrid, Spain)
Join me in learning about what life is like for a Pathologist in Spain in the midst of this pandemic with our special guest, Dr. Laura G. Pastrián, a Surgical Pathologist who specializes in Gastrointestinal Pathology at La Paz University Hospital in Madrid, Spain. We even managed to time the call to join in some national appreciation for all the workers keeping the country going.
Episode 3: ARDS (Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome) in patients with COVID-19 with special guest Dr. Sanjay Mukhopadhyay.
In episode 3, I am joined by Dr. Sanjay Mukhopadhyay, who is Director of Pulmonary Pathology at Cleveland Clinic. We discuss ARDS (Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome), and what is known about histopathologic findings in patients who have died as a result of SARS-CoV-2.
In episode 2, we focus on information. Places to get it, how to titrate the right amount, people to trust. I welcome Dr. Howard Forman is Professor of Radiology and Biomedical Imaging at Yale, and he also oversees the MBA program and has a background in public policy. We have an interesting conversation about the novel corona virus. I also contemplate the role of physicians as front-line healthcare workers as soldiers in a war.
I welcome an old friend to talk about a brief history of testing for COVID-19 and where we stand now.