Posts tagged with "Amputations"
· 21. September 2021
In this installment of the Race and Representation Series, we discuss how to implement effective change to combat systemic racism within healthcare at national, regional, and local levels. Our guests, Dr. Albert Sam and Dr. Bryan Fisher describe their practices and how they have been champions of healthcare equity within both the private and academic settings.
· 11. July 2021
In this episode, Imani and Reginald discuss with Dr. Backhus and Dr. Goodney the historical implications of the longstanding poor relationship between the Black community and the medical community, and its effect on current practices and patient care in vascular surgery. They also explore the role of research in creating demonstrable changes in practice to aid in ameliorating this relationship.
· 28. February 2021
Leanna and Rachael chat with Dr. Neil Hopper about his experience with amputation and lessons that he has learned to improve the care he provides to vascular patients.
In our next installment of the JVS Editor’s choice series, Jacob discusses the JVS December Editor’s Choice articles with Senior Editor, Dr. Peter Lawrence.
In this episode, we present the third installment to the Audible Bleeding - JVS Editor's Choice collaboration as Adham Elmously discusses the JVS articles selected for the October 2019 edition of the Editor's Choice with JVS Senior Editor, Dr. Peter Lawrence.
· 18. March 2019
Dr. Venita Chandra is an associate professor of Surgery and the associate program director for the vascular surgery fellowship at Stanford. Dr. Chandra is also the founder of the Stanford Limb Salvage Initiative called the StEPP program or Stanford Extremity Preservation Program and is going to talk to us today about limb preservation among other things.