Posts tagged with "Wellness/Burnout"



Interviews · 12. July 2020
Dr. Matthew Chia and Dr. Dawn Coleman join Adam to discuss the vascular surgery arm of the SECOND trial to identified effective interventions to improve resident wellness.
Special Topics · 22. June 2020
In light of the events unfolding across the country over the past few weeks, The Society for Vascular Surgery's Diversity Equity and Inclusion Task Force and the Wellness Task Force sponsored a webinar around race in America and its impact on our field. We at Audible Bleeding thought this was an excellent start, and we would hope to keep the conversation going.
Interviews · 13. May 2020
Dr. Sam Money joins us to discuss the importance of ergonomics in vascular surgery.
Special Topics · 09. April 2020
As part of our ongoing series of COVID-19 related episodes, we interview several New York City vascular surgeons to see what lessons can be gleaned from their experiences during the first few weeks of the pandemic. We discuss such topics as call coverage, redeployment, setting up a line service, and protecting ourselves from infection while caring for the COVID-19 patient.
Interviews · 21. March 2020
Drs Ben Starnes, Niten Singh and Malachi Sheahan discuss their experiences with COVID-19.
Special Topics · 15. February 2020
Audible Bleeding sits down with Drs. Malachi Sheahan, Dawn Coleman and John Eidt to discuss the SVS Wellness Task Force and peer support.
Interviews · 07. November 2019
Dr. Gilbert Upchurch is the Edward R. Woodward Professor and Chair of Surgery at the University of Florida College of Medicine and the 2019 president of the Society for Clinical Vascular Surgery. He joins us to discuss changes he sees in vascular surgery.
Interviews · 20. June 2019
Dr. Dawn Coleman is an Associate Professor of Surgery at The University of Michigan, and she is the Program Director of the Integrated Vascular Surgery Residency Program and Fellowship. She is the Chair of The SVS Wellness Task Force, and discusses the results of the vascular surgery burnout survey on today’s podcast.
Interviews · 28. April 2019
r. David Rigberg is a clinical professor of surgery in the Division of Vascular and Endovascular Surgery at the UCLA David Geffen School of Medicine and the Program Director for the Vascular Surgery Integrated Residency and Fellowship at UCLA. He joins us to discuss career development and education in vascular surgery, the satisfaction he gets from his venous work, and the role music plays in his life.
Interviews · 02. December 2018
Malachi Sheahan, MD, professor and chair of vascular and endovascular surgery and program director for the vascular surgery integrated residency and fellowship at LSU Health Sciences Center in New Orleans chats with us about mentorship, his role in developing the fundamentals of vascular surgery curriculum, burnout and surgeon wellness, his experiences during Katrina, and his thoughts on the #ThisIsOurLane controversy.