Posts tagged with "Imani McElroy"



JVS · 17. November 2021
In this month’s episode of our JVS Editor’s Choice series, Yasong and Andrew discuss November’s Editor’s Choice articles in the Journal of Vascular Surgery Venous and Lymphatic issue with the Editor in Chief, Dr. Peter Gloviczki. Dr. Gloviczki’s Video Summary of the Articles Articles Discussed: Early thrombosis after iliac stenting for venous outflow occlusion is related to disease severity and type of anticoagulation (Editors Choice and CME Article of the Month) Catheter-based...
Interviews · 26. September 2021
We are excited to be introducing the first episode of our new series, Holding Pressure. The contents are geared towards medical students to introduce them to the field of vascular surgery. In this episode, we have a group of distinguished medical students who are leaders or founders of Vascular Surgery Interest Group at their respective medical schools to talk about their experiences. Guests: Tara Zielke (@ZielkeTara) is a 3rd year medical student and the president of VSIG at Loyola University...
Interviews · 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.
JVS · 05. September 2021
In this month’s episode of our JVS - VL Editor’s Choice series, Jacob, Andrew, and Ryan discuss September’s selected articles with Senior Editor of the JVS, Dr. Peter Lawrence. Dr. Lawrence YouTube Video Articles Discussed: A comparison of cyanoacrylate glue and radiofrequency ablation techniques in the treatment of superficial venous reflux in CEAP 6 patients (CME and Editor’s Choice) Endovenous laser ablation of incompetent great saphenous veins with 1470-nm laser using bare tip and...
Special Topics · 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.