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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.

    Medical Advocacy and Agile Leadership in Times of Crisis with Dr. Lynn Jeffers

    Medical Advocacy and Agile Leadership in Times of Crisis with Dr. Lynn Jeffers

    In the inaugural podcast episode of our leadership segment, we are joined by Dr. Lynn Jeffers, past ASPS president (’19-’20) and now current CMO of St. John’s Regional Medical Center and St. John’s Hospital Camarillo in Los Angeles, CA.

    We discuss topics including the achievement mindset, agile leadership in times of crisis, and the role of advanced degrees in leadership positions. In addition, we explore leadership development opportunities in medical school, residency, and beyond.

    • 1 hr 9 min
    Flap Cast: Paraspinous Flap with Dr. Sam Poore

    Flap Cast: Paraspinous Flap with Dr. Sam Poore

    The paraspinous flap is a workhorse flap used for spine reconstruction, either as prophylactic coverage or in the setting of infections and hardware exposure. Dr. Poore discusses the indications for the flap, dissection steps, and perioperative management for these complex patients.

    • 38 min
    Incorporating nonsurgical techniques in a busy practice with Dr. Jennifer Walden

    Incorporating nonsurgical techniques in a busy practice with Dr. Jennifer Walden

    Incorporating nonsurgical techniques in a busy practice with Dr. Jennifer Walden by Rose Trotta MD, Hannah Langdell MD, Rachel Hein MD, Heather Levites MD

    • 50 min
    Advocacy in Plastic Surgery with Dr. Lynn Damitz

    Advocacy in Plastic Surgery with Dr. Lynn Damitz

    Join us as we discuss the role of the ASPS Legislative Advocacy Committee and PlastyPAC and ways to get involved in advocacy. We also review the current policy issues that we are advocating for on the federal level including scope of practice and physician reimbursement.

    • 28 min
    Back to Basics: Rounding and Presentations

    Back to Basics: Rounding and Presentations

    Fumbling through EPIC to find patient information? Heart racing before giving a presentation? Confused about the plan for your patient? If any of these scenarios sound familiar to you, tune in to Drs. Wickenheisser and Naga as they discuss the keys to getting numbers and giving effective presentations.

    • 23 min
    Residency Roundtable Episode 3 – Junior Resident Transitions

    Residency Roundtable Episode 3 – Junior Resident Transitions

    Join us as Drs. Naga and Wickenheisser unpack the jarring transition from intern year to PGY2/3 years. They digest the weight of additional responsibilities and increased expectations, and ponder how to best serve patients under uniquely intense circumstances.

    • 48 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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