Dr. Tammy Euliano discusses her path from anesthesiologist to fiction writer and her new thriller, Fatal Intent, in this lively conversation with Dr. Adam Striker. Find out how she made her medical expertise digestible for readers, integrated real-life experiences into the book, and why she pushed her protagonist to grapple with end-of-life issues. Recorded in February.
Dr. Paul Yost discusses his ASA Monitor article, Mentorship in Private Practice: Credentialing Nuisance or Key to Success?, with Dr. Crystal Wright. Listen in as they discuss the value of mentorship, what it takes to be a successful mentor in a private practice context, and tips for overcoming obstacles. Recorded February 2021.
Dr. Solmaz Nabipour’s ASA Monitor article, Networking: Building Purposeful Connections, is the topic of this lively discussion with Dr. Wright. Find out what makes a good networker, how individualism has shaped the way we connect, and the role of curiosity in building community. Recorded February 2021.
Dr. Tiffany Cheng talks with Dr. Crystal Wright about the role of negotiation in daily life, in health care, and in leadership. This dive into Dr. Cheng’s ASA Monitor article, Negotiating for Success, touches on how to move from adversary to collaborator, the role of mirroring, and the demographics of negotiation. Recorded February 2021.
Drs. Lisa Solomon and Luis Tollinche speak with Dr. Crystal Wright about their ASA Monitor article, Authentic Mentorship Includes Navigating Cultures. From what cross-cultural mentoring means, to why it matters, to best practices, this conversation offers insights and a road map for success. Recorded March 2021.
In the first episode of ASA’s five-episode series based on the March 2021 issue of ASA Monitor on Mentoring, Coaching, and Negotiation: Connecting with Purpose, guest host Dr. Crystal Wright interviews Dr. Scott Markowitz about the article they coauthored, Through Their Own Lens: Supporting Women and Minorities in Anesthesiology Through Coaching. Learn about the differences between mentorship and coaching, how mentors using coaching techniques, who needs a coach, and why. Recorded February 2021.
Dr. Miriam Treggiari, Professor and Vice-Chair of Clinical Research in the Department of Anesthesiology at Yale University, joins Dr. Adam Striker to discuss her research and career. She shares details of her current perioperative studies, how she became interested in research, and what she’s learned about mentorship, deadlines and funding pathways. Recorded 2020..
Dr. Adam Striker discusses diagnostic Point-of-Care Ultrasound (POCUS) and ASA’s new certificate program with Dr. Yuriy Bronshteyn, editor and chief of ASA Editorial Board on Point-of-Care Ultrasound. Find out how you can benefit from participating in the program and achieving the certificate of completion. Hear about what it entails, and how long it takes to complete in this lively conversation that tackles the language, complexities, and benefits of building your POCUS skills. Recorded January 2021.
Join Dr. Adam Striker and Dr. Gunisha Kaur, Assistant Professor of Anesthesiology and Co-Medical Director, Weill Cornell Center for Human Rights, for an in-depth discussion of the difference between global and international health and why it matters, how COVID-19 has impacted refugee and immigrant communities, the role of culture in medicine, and how providers can build trust. Recorded January 2020.
Listen in as Dr. Adam Striker interviews Dr. William McDade, Chief Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Officer for ACGME. This no-holds-barred conversation delves into the challenges of diversifying the workforce, and why the work is so essential. From what “diversity” means to ACGME to the role of standardized tests, the roots of health disparities, the role of structural racism, and how medical schools are evolving, this conversation is direct, lively and informative. Recorded October 2020.