In this first episode of the SVS PA Section mini-series Vascular Team Talk, Steve Robischon, PA-C, Laura Needler, APNP, and Dr. Nate Kugler review the history of the physician assistant and nurse practitioner professions, discuss similarities and differences in their training, and describe how they function on their vascular team.
On behalf of the Young Surgeons' Section of the SVS, Saideep Bose and Gowri Gowda sit down with two editors of the JVS journals and take a behind-the-scenes look at the publishing process and tips and tricks for authors and reviewers.
Audible Bleeding editor Adam Johnson (@Adam_mdmph) is joined by MD/Ph.D. student Rahul Ghosh (@ghoshrx) and JVS Assistant Editor Dr. Paul Dimuzio (@pdimuziomd) to discuss two great articles in the JVS family of journals. Dr. David Gordon and Dr. David Williams, the authors of the following paper, join them:
“Pathologic characteristics of human venous in-stent stenosis and stent occlusion” by Williams et al.
Audible Bleeding editor Adam Johnson (@Adam_mdmph) is joined by MD/PhD student Rahul Ghosh (@ghoshrx), JVS Assistant Editor Dr. Paul Dimuzio (@pdimuziomd) to discuss two great articles in the JVS family of journals. Discussions for the second article will be published later this week. Dr. Jasmine Bhinder joins them to discuss the following paper: “Understanding radiation exposure and improving safety for vascular surgery trainees” by Bhinder et al.
VSITE/RPVI Review: Vascular Lab In today’s episode, Dr. Alaska Pendleton and Dr. Anahita Dua discuss vascular lab pearls for your VSITE exam and the RPVI. Dr. Alaska Pendleton is a third year resident in the Integrated Vascular Surgery Residency at the Massachusetts General Hospital completing her second year of research. Dr. Anahita Dua is an Assistant Professor at Harvard Medical School and a vascular surgeon at the Massachusetts General Hospital. She is also director of the Vascular...
Matt Chia, Chris Audu, and Elizabeth Andraska sit down with Drs. Kevin Southerland, Karen Ho, and Andrea Obi for a panel discussion introducing basic science in vascular surgery and some tips on getting started and obtaining funding for your research.
Matt Chia and Andy Lazar sit down with Drs. Leila Mureebe, Jeff Siracuse, and Philip Goodney for a panel discussion introducing the VQI and some practical tips on getting started with vascular health services research.
We are excited to interview the editors of the newly released textbook, Vascular Decision Making: Medical, Endovascular and Surgical. They discuss the process of editing a textbook and what makes this resource unique. They also describe the novel app that they have developed to go along with the textbook.
Dr. Brigitte Smith, assistant professor of surgery in the Division of Vascular Surgery at the University of Utah, joins us to discuss how we can innovate in the areas of quality and safety education for our vascular surgery trainees.
In this second episode from our series on race and representation in medicine, we focus on the challenges of recruitment and retention of racial and ethnic minority groups that are underrepresented in medicine (URM) to vascular surgery. We are very pleased to have with us a number of guests at different levels of training to discuss their experiences and insights.