153 episodes

A plastics, hand, and craniofacial surgery podcast highlighting inservice insights and clinical pearls through interviews with experts in the field.

The Resident Review Rose Trotta MD, Hannah Langdell MD, Rachel Hein MD, Heather Levites MD

    • Education
    • 4.8 • 40 Ratings

A plastics, hand, and craniofacial surgery podcast highlighting inservice insights and clinical pearls through interviews with experts in the field.

    Flexor Tendon Injury and Repair with Dr. Sonu Jain

    Flexor Tendon Injury and Repair with Dr. Sonu Jain

    In this episode, we discuss the preoperative evaluation of patients with suspected flexor tendon lacerations, the optimal surgical technique for tendon repair, and the postoperative rehabilitation protocols. In addition, we review the value of performing repairs under WALANT and review options for 2-stage reconstructions.

    • 39 min
    Flap Cast- Gluteal Flaps with Dr. Tae Chong

    Flap Cast- Gluteal Flaps with Dr. Tae Chong

    Join us as we discuss the role of gluteal perforator flaps for breast reconstruction, pressure sores, and lumbar spinal reconstruction including tips for marking, positioning, and dissection.

    • 37 min
    Lessons in Leadership: The Life of a Surgeon Scientist - Dr. Brown

    Lessons in Leadership: The Life of a Surgeon Scientist - Dr. Brown

    In this episode of Lessons in Leadership, we are joined by Dr. David Brown, current assistant professor in the division of Plastic, Maxillofacial, and Oral Surgery at Duke University.

    We explore the role of a plastic surgeon in basic science research, running a lab, and leading self while balancing clinical and research responsibilities.

    • 44 min
    Gender-affirming surgery with Dr. Blair Peters

    Gender-affirming surgery with Dr. Blair Peters

    In this episode of The Resident Review, we’re joined by Dr. Blair Peters, a double-fellowship trained plastic and reconstructive surgeon who specializes in gender-affirming surgery and peripheral nerve surgery at OHSU in Portland, Oregon. We discuss their clinical and academic work in gender-affirming surgery, as both a gender-affirming medical provider and a vocal, visible member of the transgender & gender-diverse community. In a world beset by increasing legislation targeting transgender individuals, we discuss the harms of false binary narratives, the importance of patient-reported outcome measures and unique perspectives to be gained from interdisciplinary training within reconstructive surgery. We also discuss unique challenges faced by those who are traditionally underrepresented in surgery, and Dr. Peters shares some tips for aspiring gender-affirming microsurgeons.

    • 1 hr
    Lessons in Leadership: Horizontal Leadership and the Physician Executive with Dr. Robert Murphy Jr

    Lessons in Leadership: Horizontal Leadership and the Physician Executive with Dr. Robert Murphy Jr

    In this episode of Lessons in Leadership, we are joined by Dr. Robert Murphy Jr., past ASPS president (’13-’14) who currently serves as the Executive Vice President and Chief Physician Executive at Lehigh Valley Health Network in Allentown, PA.

    We dive into the role of the plastic surgeon as a healthcare executive, meaning of horizontal leadership, and how to navigate high stakes negotiations.

    • 58 min
    Lessons in Leadership: Emotional Intelligence & Change Management - Drs. Jeff Marcus and Ash Patel

    Lessons in Leadership: Emotional Intelligence & Change Management - Drs. Jeff Marcus and Ash Patel

    In this episode of Lessons in Leadership, we are joined by Dr. Jeff Marcus, current division chief of Plastic, Maxillofacial, and Oral Surgery at Duke University, and Dr. Ash Patel, former division chief of Plastic Surgery at Albany Medical Center now current professor of surgery at Duke University.

    We explore the role of emotional intelligence in leadership, experiences of having been both residency program director and division chief, impact of mentorship on personal and professional development, and change management.

    • 50 min

Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5
40 Ratings

40 Ratings

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Excellent Podcasts!

Very informative lectures, easy to listen to in the car or on the go. Definitely recommend.

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A must-use resource!

An amazing resource for in-service studying and general review. Convenient to take on the go, with entertaining hosts and expert insight.

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Duke Plastic Surgery podcast

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