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This delightful story begins in a little town called Marshmallows, where a young man, the new vicar, Harry Walton, has just arrived. As he begins his work Harry realizes that everything is not quite 'right' in his little parish and it all seems to center around Oldcastle Hall. As he wins the affection of the people secrets begin to unfold, and Harry Walton attempts to free them from guilt of the past, help them overcome pride and while he is at it, he falls in love with a woman whose past is ...
 
Behind the Knife is a podcast aimed for everyone interested in not only an in-depth look at the broad range of surgical topics, but a "behind the scenes" look at the interesting, controversial and humanistic side of surgery from some of the giants in the field. Come along with Kevin Kniery, Jason Bingham, John McClellan and Scott Steele on a journey that explores all the disciplines of General Surgery in this informal discussion and interview format. We feel that this is the perfect medium n ...
 
The historical works of Tacitus are a history of the period from A.D. 14 to 96 in thirty volumes. Although many of the works were lost (only books 1-5 of the Histories and 1-6 and 11-16 of the Annals survive), enough remains to provide a good sense of Tacitus’s political and moral philosophy.He recognized the necessity for strong rulers but argued that more should be done to manage the succession of power and allow for the ascension of talent. Tacitus asserted that it was the dynastic ambiti ...
 
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Trying to read up on Latent TB but the thought of wading through complicated literature about a dormant bug makes you wish you were, well, dormant? Your ears are in the right place! A comprehensive Interview on everything you need to know about Latent TB with the mystical TB Guru of South London, Dr Ronan Breen! 0200 : Introductions 0300: Why Robbe…
 
You've been selected to be on the next team taking a 3-year trip to Mars. What will you bring with you? How will you treat appendicitis? That, and much more regarding human space travel and surgery, is discussed by Dr. Rich Williams and Dr. Carol Scott-Conner in this week's episode about deep space medicine.…
 
There is an urgent need to understand the outcomes of COVID-19 infected patients who undergo surgery. Capturing real-world data and sharing international experience will inform the management of this complex group of patients who undergo surgery throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, improving their clinical care. CovidSurg has been designed by an inter…
 
The Society of Surgical Oncology has published The Landmark Series, an invaluable series of reviews that discuss the key papers of surgical oncology which shape our practice today. Dr. Kelly McMasters, Editor-in-Chief of the Annals of Surgical Oncology, joins us today to introduce the Landmark Series, as well as walk us through the Landmark papers …
 
Have you been trying to keep up with the medical literature, but its eat out to help out, and nothing is getting in the way of 50% your favourite pizza joint? In this months episode: ..How to use D-dimers to diagnose cerebral venous thrombosis...(04:17) Heldner, Mirjam R et al. “Prediction of cerebral venous thrombosis with a new clinical score and…
 
Are you trying to keep up with the latest medical literature but your journals keep getting blown away by the industrial fan you’ve bought to try and survive this sweaty heat wave? Your ears are in the right place! In this months episode: ...Tranexamic acid in UGI bleeding: more harm than good?...(04:35) HALT-IT Trial Collaborators. “Effects of a h…
 
Kevin and Nicole discuss the management of ceberbrovascular trauma, primarily blunt and penetrating injuries to the carotid and vertebral arteries. Dr. Rasmussen is a Colonel in the United States Air Force and is a Professor of Surgery and Associate Dean of Research at the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences and an attending vascul…
 
American Board of Surgery FAQs regarding 2020 QE http://www.absurgery.org/default.jsp?faq_virtualgsqe2020 Guests on this podcast Dr. Buyske President and CEO of The American Board of Surgery Dr. Benjamin Jarman Gundersen Medical Foundation General Surgery Residency Program Director President - Association of Program Directors in Surgery Dr. Brittan…
 
In this 17th joint journal club with Annals of Surgery, we are joined by Dr. Sidra Bonner and Dr. Glenn Wakam, co-authors of the recently accepted paper "Covid-19 and Racial Disparities: Moving Toward Surgical Equity." Our two guests are residents at the University of Michigan who lead an excellent discussion around their recent work in which they …
 
Do you keep hearing numerous statistics about the mortality risk in COVID but want to know what the most robust data shows? How much of it is media hype? Can we really put it down to racism?.. And what should we be doing about it?? Your ears are in the right place. We interview the inspiring Professor Ewen Harrison; HPB surgeon, Lead for the Centre…
 
The recent murder of George Floyd, among others, has once again brought to the forefront discourse on the deep-rooted, structural obstacles and mistreatment that black people face. Those roots have grown into our own profession as well, so join the BTK team this week as we discuss the serious topic of systemic racism in surgery and how we can begin…
 
A big thanks to Patrick Georgoff and Nicholas Teman for putting together this great mini-series. Have you seen our YouTube page? Everything from ABSITE review, to technical skills to landmark paper reviews. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCZkuV3bsUyp0q4mTFHFEoKg Our website has also been updated. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCZkuV3bsUyp0q4mTFH…
 
Join Dr. Scott Steele and Dr. Jason Bingham as they host our guests, Dr. Howard Ross and Dr. Ajita Prabhu to discuss interviewing in this new age of Zoom conferences. Prior BTK personality Dr. Woo Do also drops in to the show to discuss his own experiences interviewing for (and successfully matching in!) a Pediatric Surgery fellowship! Dr. Howard R…
 
Are you trying to keep up with the latest medical literature but now you can go out for dinner, go to pubs, and send your kids to school...oh wait no...they're still stuck at home...nevermind...your ears are still in the right place! In this months episode: ...Lung ultrasound scans for heart failure follow up... (06:30) D. Araiza-Garaygordobil, R. …
 
Abdominal Vascular Trauma – Venous with Dr. Todd Rasmussen. Episode 3 of 6 for our vascular trauma series. Kevin and Adham discuss the management of injuries to the vena cava and portomesenteric venous system with Dr. Rasmussen. Dr. Rasmussen is a Colonel in the United States Air Force and is a Professor of Surgery and Associate Dean of Research at…
 
Are you trying to keep up with the COVID literature but by the time you’ve read one article you realise it was from one month ago and therefore is currently irrelevant? Here we have the Brilliant Professor Beverley Hunt to help us wade through the literature, learn from her experience and figure out how we should be treating our COVID-19 patients r…
 
Dr. David Nott has been a Consultant Surgeon at Chelsea and Westminster Hospital for 23 years where he specializes in general surgery. Professor Nott also performs vascular and trauma surgery at St Mary’s Hospital and cancer surgery at the Royal Marsden Hospital. For the past twenty three years David has taken unpaid leave each year to work for the…
 
Leaders in clinical and health services research discuss keys to success in this collaborative effort between BTK and The Association for Academic Surgery. In this episode, Dr. Fabian Johnston has an engaging conversation with Dr. Karl Bilimoria about establishing a world-class health services research program.…
 
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