Surgical Education Podcasts

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“Welcome to the ASE podcast, a product of the Committee on Education Technology!  We hope you enjoy these engaging conversations with national thought leaders in education.  We welcome your suggestions on future topics.  Spread the word!” -- Kevin Y. Pei, Yale School of Medicine

 

 

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Future of General Surgery Residency

Welcome to another ASE podcast! Dr. Mary Klingensmith, Chair of the American Board of Surgery and Vice Chair for Education at Wash U discusses the “Future of General Surgery Residency.” Kevin Pei and Mollie Freedman-Weiss comoderate. Guest: Dr. Mary Klingensmith, Chair of the American Board of Surgery and Vice Chair for Education at Washington University […]

Learning Sciences

Welcome to another ASE Podcast! In this episode, we discuss “Learning Sciences.” Guest: Dr. Sarah Sullivan, Faculty Associate in Research and Development, University of Wisconsin.    

Resilience and Burnout Among Trainees

Welcome to another Surgical Education Podcast: “Resilience and Burnout Among Trainees” Guest: Dr. John Mellinger, Professor and Vice Chair of Surgery at Southern Illinois University and a Director of the American Board of Surgery

Challenges in Modern Undergraduate Education

Welcome to another Surgical Education Podcast: “Challenges in Modern Undergraduate Education” Guest: Dr. Alan Ladd, Professor of Surgery at Indiana University The topics range from curriculum changes, the millennial learner, and grades. Join us! Dr. Pei moderates.

Citizenship and Social Responsibility

Welcome to another Surgical Education Podcast: “Citizenship and Social Responsibility” Guest: Dr. Mayur Narayan Dr. Narayan is faculty at Weill Cornell Medical Center in the Division of Trauma, Burns, Critical and Acute Care Surgery Dr. Narayan discusses the global imperative for citizenship and social responsibility in Surgery. He highlights both challenges and successes. We feature […]