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We recorded this episode live at the 2022 Canadian Surgical Forum in Toronto, Canada. We managed to catch up with the globetrotting colorectal surgeon, Dr. Neil Smart, right after his in-depth session at CSF on parastomal hernias. Dr. Smart is based out of Exeter, UK and is the current Editor-in-Chief of the journal Colorectal Disease. In this mast…
 
Sometimes it’s hard to process what we’ve all been through collectively over the last 2 years since the start of COVID-19. Canada's health care system is facing tremendous strain, and it’s likely fair to say that many health care workers are facing burnout.Our guest for this week’s episode had an inspiring response to her own feelings of burnout an…
 
This week we caught up with Dr. Elijah Dixon, a liver and pancreas surgeon at the University of Calgary, to talk about mindfulness and meditation. Dr. Dixon really opened our eyes to how those practices might help us both inside and outside the operating room. We also asked Dr. Dixon about what it was like to be the president of the Americas Hepato…
 
Podcast transcript: https://www.canjsurg.ca/content/e136-corrie-white-medical-office-assistants-setting-office-emrs-and-billingThis week on the podcast we invited Corrie White, an absolutely fabulous and experienced Medical Office Assistant, to talk about what it takes to set up a well-functioning office. Corrie breaks down how to find a good assis…
 
Podcast transcript: https://www.canjsurg.ca/content/e135-how-publish-papers-wendy-carrollThis week we got to peek behind the curtains of academic publishing with Wendy Carroll. Wendy is the Managing Editor of the Canadian Medical Association Journal Group. Wendy had some amazing insights into what goes on during the submission process, as well as t…
 
Podcast transcript: https://www.canjsurg.ca/content/e134-masterclass-charles-vollmer-cystic-neoplasms-pancreas-part-2Dr. Charles Vollmer is the Chief of GI surgery at the University of Pennsylvania and is a passionate pancreatic surgeon. This is the second part of our masterclass series with Dr. Vollmer on cystic lesions of the pancreas. In part II…
 
Podcast transcript: https://www.canjsurg.ca/content/e133-masterclass-charles-vollmer-types-and-workup-cystic-neoplasms-pancreasDr. Charles Vollmer is the Chief of GI Surgery and Director of Pancreatic Surgery at the University of Pennsylvania. He is a repeat guest of the show. We were lucky enough to have him do another masterclass for Cold Steel, …
 
Podcast transcript: https://www.canjsurg.ca/content/e132-donna-kimmaliardjuk-breaking-down-barriers-and-caring-indigenous-patientsOn this episode, we had the privilege of speaking with Dr. Donna Kimmaliardjuk (@DKimmaliardjuk on Twitter). Dr. Kimmaliardjuk is the first Inuk cardiac surgeon in Canada and has won numerous awards for her trailblazing …
 
Podcast transcript: https://www.canjsurg.ca/content/e131-jeff-way-spirituality-surgery-managing-busy-practice-and-advocacyWe touched some “taboo” subjects today on the podcast – money and religion! Dr. Jeff Way is a trauma and general surgeon in Calgary. Today we asked Dr. Way about his interest in spirituality and how that has affected his career,…
 
Podcast transcript: https://www.canjsurg.ca/content/e130-homer-tien-ornge-emergency-transport-covid19-vaccine-distribution-leadershipDr. Homer Tien is a trauma surgeon at Sunnybrook Hospital in Toronto. We were so excited to have him on the show because of the incredible work that he has done in multiple leadership roles, more recently as the presi…
 
Podcast transcript: https://www.canjsurg.ca/content/e129-paul-mcbeth-engineering-and-surgeryThis week we heard from Dr. Paul McBeth, intensivist and trauma surgeon at the University of Calgary. Dr. McBeth combines his unique engineering background with surgery, and shared his insights on how we all might use an engineering mindset to discover new w…
 
Podcast transcript: https://www.canjsurg.ca/content/e128-helen-pham-australian-surgical-training-programs-and-advice-starting-residencyA big welcome to all the new resident starting this week on their journeys to become physicians and surgeons. To help you on the journey, we caught up with Dr. Helen Pham. Dr. Pham is a clinical associate lecturer a…
 
Podcast transcript: https://www.canjsurg.ca/content/e127-rob-leeper-competitive-motivation-trauma-simulation-and-starting-out-practiceDr. Rob Leeper is a trauma surgeon at Western University in London, Ontario. We spoke with Dr. Leeper about his work on trauma simulation and particularly on his work on data drive competitive motivation strategies. …
 
Lauren Kirwan is the nurse clinician for general surgery at the Foothills Medical Centre. She is currently finishing up her nurse practitioner degree. We wanted to ask Lauren her thoughts about what it means to be an OR nurse and what she wishes surgeons would do to make the OR environment better. We also hear about the impact of COVID19 on our nur…
 
We had the unique opportunity on this episode to speak with the Honourable Minister John Haggie. Dr. Haggie is a general surgeon who spent his career in Newfoundland and Labrador, and went on to become a Member of the House of Assembly in 2015. He was appointed to be the Minister of Health at that time and has continued to serve in that porfolio ev…
 
This week on the podcast we spoke with Dr. Paul Engels, a trauma surgeon from McMaster University in Hamilton, Ontario. We got into some pretty detailed discussions around trauma training specifically, but more broadly about how we define what a resident should be able to perform at the end of training. Links:1. The current state of resident trauma…
 
This week we were joined by Dr. Pasieka once again to talk about strategies to find stress and burnout as surgeons, especially in the context of COVID19. Check out her paper below!Links:1. Shinrin-yoku, yoga and other strategies in the fight against COVID-19. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC8405594/Bio:Dr. Janice L Pasieka graduated fr…
 
Dr. Bill Wall is one of the pioneers of liver transplantation, especially in Canada. We spoke to him on this episode about his training, the early days of transplantation and about his new children's book!Links:1. Member of the Order of Canada: https://www.gg.ca/en/honours/recipients/146-9121Bio (from https://www.gg.ca/en/honours/recipients/146-912…
 
This week we had the pleasure of interviewing Dr. Peter Brennan (https://twitter.com/BrennanSurgeon?s=20&t=VZQWDi0op02x9_8qdn3Avg). Dr. Brennan is an oral maxillofacial surgeon in Portsmouth, England. A tremendously accomplished academic, Dr. Brennan has a keen interest in human factors in surgery. In addition, he is the co-editor of the Gray’s Sur…
 
Welcome to all our Cold Steel listeners! We are excited to be collaborating with the Society of American Gastrointestinal and Endoscopic Surgeons or SAGES. SAGES produces an excellent podcast called the SAGES stories podcast, where they highlight some of the amazing work SAGES members have been doing. In this episode, SAGES stories hosts Shirin Tow…
 
Dr. Jonathan Meakins is former Chair of the Department of Surgery at McGill and is an Officer of the Order of Canada for his outstanding work in immunobiology, laparoscopic surgery, and transplantation. Among his many interests is his love of art, and at the age of 73 Dr. Meakins has gone back to school to obtain his Masters in Fine Arts.Check out …
 
Dr. Pat Sylla (https://twitter.com/patsyllamd?s=20&t=_w5QG96wjQE-0ttVJJaUmw) is a minimally invasive and colorectal surgeon at Mount Sinai Hospital in New York. She is a world famous innovator and was the first surgeon in the world to perform a transanal total mesorectal excision for rectal cancer. We caught up with her in-person (!) at the recent …
 
Dr. Eric Pauli is a surgical endoscopist at Penn State. He has a very varied and novel practice, including abdominal wall reconstruction, endoscopy and general surgery. We had a great talk with him about surgical endoscopy and his work on endoscopic management of anastomotic leaks.This is also our very first video version of the podcast! Check it o…
 
Dr. Elizabeth Clement (https://twitter.com/LizClementMD?s=20&t=l43U6ZXhsJgw39faiXIpQQ), colorectal surgery fellow at St. Paul's Hospital in Vancouver, put together a fantastic set of mock oral exams. These were delivered at the Alberta Association of General Surgeons (AAGS) annual meeting in Banff in November 2021. We were grateful to be able to us…
 
This week we were joined by Dr. Bill Kent, a cardiac surgeon at the University of Calgary, to talk about minimally invasive techniques in cardiac surgery. We were curious to learn from him where MIS techniques fit in an era of rapid evolution in cardiac surgery and particularly with the advent of new catheter based techniques. Dr. Kent had a number…
 
In this episode, we chatted with Drs. Wesley Francis, Don Major, and Greg Padmore. These fantastic surgeons came from the Carribean to train in North America, and we were curious to explore what their experience was like and how they used their training to improve surgical care when they returned home. Links:1. https://www.ahpba.org/2. Cancer Surge…
 
We were delighted this week to have Dr. Tarek Razek (https://twitter.com/Trazek) on the podcast with us. Dr. Razek is a trauma surgeon at McGill University and really a major figure in global surgery in Canada, and he pondered with us the questions with us of how we can best make an impact in global surgery without repeating the colonialism of the …
 
Dr. Su-Yin MacDonell (https://twitter.com/MacdonellSu?s=20&t=x_rOcGb83XcxYyWjb0ow2g) is an anesthetist specializing in periop medicine at St. Paul’s Hospital in Vancouver. She is particularly interested in the concept of noise in the OR, and how that can affect decision-making and focus in the OR. We were privileged to hear about her research aroun…
 
This week we were joined again by Dr. Colin Schieman for a masterclass on paraesophageal hernias! Dr. Schieman is a previous guest on the podcast and is a thoracic surgeon in Calgary. In this episode we discuss types of paraesophageal hernia, the management of gastric volvulus, as well as operative approaches to repair.Links: 1. Colin Schieman on D…
 
In this episode we had a great conversation with Dr. Sam Minor. Dr. Minor is a general surgeon in Halifax, Nova Scotia at Dalhousie. Dr. Minor has helped develop in situ trauma simulations that help not just residents but also staff surgeons prepare for major traumatic injuries. Dr. Minor also tells us about what it’s like to practice in Halifax an…
 
We’ve all experienced the frustration of working in clinical environments that just don’t seem to be set up intuitively. But what if there were ways to improve the design of the places and processes where clinicians practice? In this episode, we spoke with Dr. Andrew Petrosoniak and Dr. Chris Hicks, both ER docs at St. Mike’s Hospital in downtown T…
 
We are delighted to bring you our CaRMS 2022 general surgery residency highlights! We invited all the English-speaking general surgery programs across the country on to the podcast to talk about what makes their program unique. We were able to get most of the programs across country. Our hope is that this episode will be helpful for prospective app…
 
Happy new year to all our listeners! We hope you all have a fulfilling and healthy 2022!We are very excited this week to bring you this episode on Black Surgeons in North America. This initiative lead by Dr. Don Nakayama is an amazing collection of the contributions of black surgeons across North America. We were lucky to sit down with Dr. Vivian M…
 
This week we had a masterclass on common bile duct injuries by Dr. Francis Sutherland. Dr. Sutherland is a hepatobiliary surgeon at the University of Calgary. Dr. Sutherland talks about not just how CBD injuries happen, but why they happen, and the cognitive biases that lead up to them. Please check out the show notes for videos and papers that sup…
 
This week on the podcast we talked about a topic that we have heard about all too frequently on the news lately: gun violence. We were joined by Dr. John Kortbeek, a trauma and critical care surgeon at the University of Calgary. We asked Dr. Kortbeek about the topic of gun control in general and specifically on gun control policies in Canada. 1. Ca…
 
Welcome back to another episode of our “Companion” series on the important topic of death and dying in surgery. Dr. Kelly Vogt lead our discussion, and we were lucky enough to also be joined again by Dr. Morad Hameed. We focused on the topic of Medical Assistance in Dying (MAID), but branched out to explore how we can better prepare surgeons and pa…
 
This week on the podcast we spoke with Dr. John Neary, an internist at McMaster University. Dr. Neary was instrumental in submitting a motion in 2020 that asked that Royal College Exam waive the requirements to write the royal college exam for trainees graduating in 2020, given the challenges that COVID19 were presenting for the administration of t…
 
Dr. Teodor Grantcharov (https://twitter.com/TGrantcharovMD?s=20) is a bariatric surgeon at St. Michael’s Hospital in Toronto. Dr. Grantcharov is world renowned for his work on the OR blackbox, a platform that allows for immense data capture (video, audio, physiologic) as well as advanced analytics. We asked Dr. Grantcharov about what it took to dev…
 
This week we were joined by Dr. Sunil Patel (https://twitter.com/epipatelmd?s=20). Dr. Patel is a colorectal surgeon in Kingston, Ontario. The group in Kinston is one of the few general surgery groups in Canada that has really utilized robotics in their practice, and we wanted to understand both why and how they introduced robotics into their group…
 
This week we were lucky enough to have a masterclass with Dr. Helen Macrae, a colorectal surgeon at Mount Sinai in Toronto. We talked about her career in surgical education. We then leveraged Dr. Macrae's considerable expertise and got her approach to the acute colitic, laparoscopic total colectomy, and pelvic pouch reconstruction.Links:1. Teaching…
 
This is a special episode for us! We celebrate our 100th episode by presenting a mix of some of our favourite "advices" from our guests. We have to thank all of our many guests who have shared their time, expertise, and passion with us. We look forward to bringing you many more episodes!As always, would love to hear your thoughts and feedback at po…
 
We were lucky to have Dr. Neel Datta on the podcast this week! Dr. Datta is a colorectal surgeon in Calgary. He did a Masters of Health Economics at the London School of Economics, and has used that expertise to model some of the issues around surgical workforce planning in Canada. We really dug into some of the issues around unemployment and under…
 
Dr. Martin Schreiber is a trauma and critical care surgeon at Oregon Health & Science University in Portland. He has had a major impact on our understanding of resuscitation in trauma, among many other topics. We talked to Dr. Schreiber about his experience with the military, his advocacy around trauma research, and trauma resuscitation.Links:1. Tr…
 
On this episode we had a masterclass on gastrointestinal neuroendorine tumors by endocrine and trauma surgeon Dr. Daryl Gray. Dr. Gray is an associate professor Western in London, Ontario, and is possibly one of the most interesting people in the world. We explore his life, his experience being the father of a teen TV star, and of course his passio…
 
Dr. John C Alverdy (https://twitter.com/JCAlverdy?s=20) is a minimally invasive surgeon at the University of Chicago. He is an iconoclastic scientist whose research focuses on gut microbiome and its impact on surgical site infections. His lab is continuously NIH funded, with publications in Nature and many other high impact journals. More important…
 
A big welcome to all the surgical "roofers" joining us on the show! We had the inimitable Dr. Michael Rosen (https://twitter.com/MikeRosenMD?s=20) on this episode. Dr. Rosen is a world renowned expert in abdominal wall reconstruction at the Cleveland Clinic, and on this episode he gave us a masterclass on all things hernia.Links:1. Atlas of Abdomin…
 
With all the attention to inequities in the surgical community and beyond, sometimes the invisible disparities goes unnoticed. Mental health and its impact on surgical outcomes has been relatively poorly studied, and so on today’s episode we invited the authors of a new narrative review on the topic to talk about what they found. The title of the p…
 
If you were to wander into one of the operating rooms at the Ottawa Civic Hospital and hear a discussion about colorectal surgery, Plato, and Drake simultaneously, you could be pretty sure that you were in the OR of Dr. Husein Moloo (https://twitter.com/HMoloo?s=20). Dr. Moloo is a dually trained minimally invasive and colorectal surgeon in Ottawa.…
 
Is intercessory prayer more or less effective than lasix? These seemingly random questions are the “rabbit holes” that keep Dr. Wayne Rosen up at night. Dr. Rosen is a colorectal surgeon at the Peter Lougheed Centre in Calgary, Alberta. Dr. Rosen has long delighted the calgary surgical community with his entertaining and thoughtful critiques of a w…
 
On this episode we were joined by Dr. Richard Buckley. Dr. Buckley is an orthopedic surgeon at the Foothills Medical Centre in Calgary. Dr. Buckley has had an amazingly productive career, with more than 30 years of clinical practice and hundreds of publications. Most importantly, however, Dr. Buckley has really pushed surgeons in Calgary and across…
 
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