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Welcome to Surgery 101, a series of podcasts produced with the help of the University of Alberta in Edmonton, Canada. The podcasts are intended to serve as brief introductions or reviews of surgical topics for medical students. We've aimed to cover a single topic in between 10-20 minutes so that you can quickly get a good idea of the basic concepts involved. Every episode is divided into chapters and concludes with several key points to summarize the topic. We are always keen to receive your feedback on our podcasts, and we are accepting suggestions for additional topics. New episodes are published every Wednesday. 'Surgery 101' was created by Dr Parveen Boora and Dr Jonathan White, and is supported by the Department of Surgery at the University of Alberta. Our 2010 series of podcasts are brought to you by the Undergrad Surgery Mobile Podcasting Studio Team which is: Jonathan, Jenni, Shannon, Kat, Karee and Tracy, with the assistance of the surgeons of Edmonton. Note to experts: please note that these podcasts are only intended as brief introductions for medical students - we cannot delve into the more complex nuances of advanced surgery in a 10-minute podcast. We encourage all listeners to supplement their learning by seeing patients, assisting at surgeries and reading widely!
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Jul 19, 2013

This week Surgery 101 is hosting another excellent educational video produced by our amazing medical students from Edmonton.

The video is 'Approach to Chest CT', by Roochi Arora and Parichita Choudhury.

YouTubeLink (go to Episode Extras in the app to access)

(Video hosted by YouTube, produced by Arora & Choudhury, 2013)

Jul 10, 2013

In this episode, Susan Chaudoir explains our recent study called ‘Ask the Surgeon’, considering what pre-clinical medical students want to know about surgery

Jul 2, 2013
Congrats to elective student Danica Kindrachuk who has just completed our first ever Surgery 101 / surgical education elective here at the U of A. She is now heading home to the University of Saskatchewan after spending 2 weeks with our team, and the podcasts she worked on will be featured here soon! You can email us at surgerypodcast@gmail.com to apply for an education elective with us! Our second surgical education elective student starts on Monday!
Jul 2, 2013

We have started work on Surgery 101 Studios! :D

You’ll be hearing much more about this in the weeks and months ahead, but for now here’s a sneak peek from our first shoot!

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Jul 2, 2013

The Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada has just issued an excellent report on resident duty hours, safety and fatigue. It’s sensible and balanced, and it’s great read! Click the image below for the summary.

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Jul 2, 2013

At last night’s meeting of the League of Surgical Educators, we reviewed Hill & Vaughan’s paper on gendered medical student experiences in surgery, “The only girl in the room: how paradigmatic trajectories deter female students from surgical careers.” The paper was excellent and stimulated a wide-ranging discussion about career decisions for all medical students. Lessons I took away from the discussion were:

1. You only have one life, and you have to decide for yourself how to live it. All choices have consequences, and every path you take will contain regrets.

2. Don’t take anyone else’s word for it when you’re making important decisions about your life. Don’t let anyone tell you what you can’t be.

3. Becoming a physician is hard, regardless of which speciality you choose. There are plenty of other specialities which require hard work and dedication, and plenty of unhappy doctors in non-surgical specialities. The narrative about a surgical career requiring sacrifice is a powerful one (see also: Grey’s Anatomy), but it’s not necessarily true and it doesn’t have to be that way if you don’t want.

4. We need more good people in surgery, regardless of gender, race, sexual orientation or class.

Click on the image below for the abstract.

 

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