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Dr. Striker welcomes Drs. Amy Vinson and Florence LeCraw, from ASA’s Committee on Physician Well-Being, to discuss the committee’s background, work, and goals. Tune in for a dynamic discussion on burnout, resilience, economics, culture, and the path forward. Recorded June 2021.American Society of Anesthesiologists による
 
In this special four-part episode, key ASA leaders join guest host Manny Bonilla, ASA’s Chief Advocacy and Practice Officer, to discuss the society’s new Payment Progress initiative. ASA’s President, Dr. Beverly Philip, along with Dr. Mary Dale Peterson, ASA’s immediate past president, Dr. Jonathan Pregler, Chair of ASA’s Committee on Economics 33%…
 
Dr. Adam Striker shares more of his conversation with Dr. Patrick Allaire, anesthesiologist and Director of the Iowa Society of Anesthesiologists, and Ms. Genie Blough, principal of G Blough Associates. Listen in as they consider the human toll of disruption, strategies for managing anxiety, and tips for supporting the mental health needs of staff …
 
Dr. Sandra Sacks, Vice Chair of ASA’s Committee on Palliative Care and contributor to ASA Monitor, speaks to Dr. Adam Striker about the value of palliative care. Listen in as they discuss common misconceptions, tactics for giving patients a voice, and the growing overlap between anesthesia and palliative care. Recorded April 2021.…
 
Learn about sustainability and environmental best practices in this comprehensive discussion between Dr. Adam Striker and Dr. Jodi Sherman, Co-Chair of the Subcommittee on Environmental Health, who contributes a regular article to ASA Monitor on climate change. From an in-depth consideration of the scope of the problem, to how the specialty can be …
 
Drs. Sheila Barnett and Victor Davila from ASA’s Committee on Performance and Outcomes Measurement talk to Dr. Adam Striker about new measures, including the new Intraoperative Hypotension Measure. Learn about the committee’s work, how measures are selected, why they’re important, and what’s so groundbreaking about the new IOH measurement. Recorded…
 
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.…
 
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. L…
 
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…
 
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 …
 
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 h…
 
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, t…
 
Dr. Adam Striker welcomes Dr. Patrick Allaire, anesthesiologist and Director of the Iowa Society of Anesthesiologists, and Ms. Genie Blough, principal of G Blough Associates, for a lively discussion about disaster management and practice disruption. Listen to thoughts on preparing for natural disasters, responding to COVID, and maximizing human and…
 
Dr. Steve Shafer, Professor of Anesthesiology, Perioperative and Pain Medicine at the Stanford University Medical Center and Editor-in-Chief of the Monitor, returns to the show to discuss the January issue, on the topic of COVID, with articles addressing therapeutics, vaccines, herd immunity, staffing and more. Dr. Shafer also touches on what he’s …
 
Dr. Adam Striker interviews Dr. George Williams, Vice Chair and Division Chief of Critical Care Medicine and Associate Professor of Anesthesiology and Critical Care Medicine at McGovern Medical School, in this episode of Central Line. Listen in as they discuss how critical care has changed during the COVID-19 pandemic; which topics Dr. Williams wil…
 
Tom Miller, PhD, MBA, ASA’s Director of Analytics and Research Services, joins Dr. Striker for a lively conversation about the economics of health care and the topics he’ll address in his ongoing Monitor articles, The Curious Economist. Listen in as they consider the Medicare payment disparity, what’s unique about health care economics, how the fin…
 
In this episode of Central Line, Dr. Adam Striker and Dr. Tim Clement, physician anesthesiologist with Confluence Health, discuss quality improvement solutions. Listen in to hear how—and why—Dr. Clement’s group selected NACOR, how they’re using it for benchmarking, and what they’re learning from the process. The conversation touches on the role of …
 
Dr. Daniel Cole, Professor of Clinical Anesthesiology at UCLA and past president of the ASA, joins Dr. Adam Striker to share his plans for ongoing contributions to the Monitor on the topic of brain health. Tune in as they discuss COVID’s effect on the brain, the human and financial costs of postoperative cognitive disfunction, the effects of anesth…
 
In this special episode, Dr. Bonnie Milas, an anesthesiologist and mother, shares her own heartbreaking story with Dr. Striker. They’re joined by Dr. Armand Dagal and Dr. Joseph Szokol in a wide-ranging conversation that touches on personal loss, policy considerations, the science of addiction, and the ways anesthesiologists can best support their …
 
Listen in on this candid conversation regarding race and the specialty, hosted by Dr. Striker, as Dr. Karen Williams gets real about her personal history, shares her thoughts on why representation matters, identifies ways bias affects care, and considers the path forward. Recorded October 2020.American Society of Anesthesiologists による
 
Dr. Striker discusses the compensation gap, unconscious bias, mentorship, and social determinants of health with Dr. Crystal Wright, Chair of ASA’s Committee on Professional Diversity. Listen in on this eye-opening discussion of race, gender, the specialty, and pathways for allying and empowering shifts. Recorded August 2020.…
 
To mark Pain Awareness Month, Dr. Dave Dickerson discusses pain management with Dr. Adam Striker. This wide-ranging conversation tackles the impact of COVID-19, the pros and cons of telehealth, the use of opioids and other treatments, the challenges of balancing risks and rewards, and the latest trends in pain management. Recorded September 2020.…
 
Listen in on curated conversations about brain health previously recorded by ASA. Dr. Miles Berger discusses improving perioperative brain health for older patients with Dr. Stacie Deiner, who picks up the conversation with Dr. Michael Avidan. The episode also includes Dr. Sharon Inouye and Dr. Carol Peden’s discussion about improving brain health …
 
Revisit past conversations with experts on the topic of NACOR (The National Anesthesia Clinical Outcomes Registry) in this curated episode. Patrick Reilly talks to Katie Wolchos about how practices use NACOR; Dr. Brian Cammarata discusses the importance of reporting quality data; and Dr. Patrick McCormick sheds light on how data is being used to id…
 
Listen in as Dr. Adam Striker interviews Dr. Meg Rosenblatt, Chair of ASA’s Annual Meeting Oversight Committee, and Fallon Cryer, Cofounder and Partner at ASA’s consulting partner, beedance, about what to expect from this year’s unprecedented annual meeting. They share the latest updates on plans for an innovative and immersive digital experience, …
 
To celebrate the diversity of our specialty, and get real about the challenges we still face, Dr. Striker spoke with Dr. Antonio Hernandez-Conte about the many ways his identity has shaped his experiences in anesthesiology. Listen in as Dr. Hernandez-Conte discusses where he has, and hasn’t, felt welcome; what anesthesiologists should know about th…
 
Dr. Grant Lynde joins Dr. Striker to discuss Quality Improvement and Benchmarking. Listen in as Dr. Lynde talks about Emory’s Quality Improvement initiatives, the role of sustainability, the power of data, the value of team building, the evolution of benchmarking, what he’s learned from failure, and more.…
 
Join Dr. Adam Striker in conversation with Dr. Steve Shafer, Professor of Anesthesiology, Perioperative and Pain Medicine at the Stanford University Medical Center and Editor-in-Chief of the Monitor, ASA’s perioperative health care news publication. With changes to the Monitor rolling out, Dr. Shafer shares his plans, goals and information on what …
 
ASA tackles the subject of wellness in this May 14th Town Hall. Learn how to describe wellness challenges associated with COVID-19, recognize the impact prolonged pandemics can have on health care workers, identify wellness resources, and adopt organizational strategies to foster well-being. Recorded May 14, 2020.…
 
ASA and ACHE partner for a Town Hall meeting to address strategies for restarting and expanding elective surgery. Listen in as our experts share information on how to evaluate the necessity of elective surgeries; discuss best practices for prioritizing patient and staff safety; summarize the most recent public health information; outline self-care …
 
Listen in as Dr. Adam Striker interviews Dr. Kraig de Lanzac about methods for growing leadership skills; the role of failure, age, and mentorship in lifelong learning; the advice he'd give the community’s future leaders; and the value of difficult conversations. Recorded March 2020.American Society of Anesthesiologists による
 
The most recent ASA Town Hall tackles COVID-19 with a host of experts. Listen in to learn about neuroanesthesia challenges during the pandemic, anesthetic management of Acute Ischemic Stroke, anesthesia for electroconvulsive therapy, considerations for resuming elective surgery, and details of the economic relief package. Recorded April 23, 2020.…
 
Listen in on ASA’s latest Town Hall, hosted by President Mary Dale Peterson, for presentations on ICU care for patients with hyper coagulation, techniques for treating respiratory failure, and precautions for OB care during the COVID-19 crisis. Recorded April 16, 2020.American Society of Anesthesiologists による
 
Dr. Jane Moon, a critical care anesthesiologist and historian, joins Dr. Striker to discuss the history of the specialty, anesthesiology's early leaders, and the many ways the past informs the present. Join us for a peek inside the life and research of an anesthesiology historian, and find out how the Wood Library Museum helped her on the path. Rec…
 
For ASA’s third Town Hall webinar, recorded April 2, 2020, anesthesiologists from New York discussed how colleagues in COVID-19 hotspots are combatting the virus. The second half of the Town Hall dealt with financial considerations, including billing options and resources available through the SBA and CARES ACT, as well as strategies ASA is explori…
 
In this episode of Central Line, the ASA presents a set of educational recordings that outline COVID-19 patient care guidance related to ICU Ventilation and Pulmonary, ECMO, Gastrointestinal and Nutrition, Ethics, Endocrine and Steroids, and Cardiovascular and Neurology. The ASA developed these resources in collaboration with the Anesthesia Patient…
 
ASA President, Dr. Mary Dale Peterson, hosted a second Town Hall on March 26, 2020, featuring presentations on the do’s and don’ts of converting anesthesia gas machines into ICU ventilators, on best practices for collaborating with critical care teams to convert operating rooms to ICUs, and on the latest updates regarding N95 masks. Dr. Jerome Adam…
 
On March 19, 2020, ASA brought together a panel of thought leaders to discuss the challenges COVID-19 poses to the specialty. The panel included representatives from ASA Committees on Critical Care Medicine, Equipment and Facilities, Occupational Health, Quality Management and Departmental Administration, Trauma Emergency and Preparedness as well a…
 
Listen in on Dr. Striker’s discussion with Dr. Max Kelz, Associate Professor of Anesthesiology and Critical Care at the Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania. Their wide ranging conversation touches on Dr. Kelz's research into how anesthetics work, his advice on securing grants, and his appreciation for the mentors that help…
 
Dr. David Martin, Chair of ASA’s Section on Education and Research, talks to Dr. Striker about anesthesiology and lifelong learning. Listen in as they shed light on certification requirements, discuss educational resources, and even bust a few myths about MOCA and more.American Society of Anesthesiologists による
 
Listen in as ASA’s CEO, Paul Pomerantz, interviews ASA President, Dr. Mary Dale Peterson. The discussion touches on her journey to leadership positions at both the ASA and her hospital, her goals for the ASA, and the challenges and opportunities she expects the anesthesiology community to face in the coming years.…
 
For ASA’s inaugural episode, Dr. Striker interviews Dr. Jerome Adams, the first physician anesthesiologist to serve as United States Surgeon General. Dr. Adams addresses the opioid epidemic, the growth of marijuana use, pathways to leadership, and more in this wide ranging interview.American Society of Anesthesiologists による
 
Dr. Striker interviews Manuel Bonilla, Chief Advocacy Officer, about ASA’s federal advocacy efforts. Find out why advocacy matters, learn about ASA’s current priorities, and go inside ASA’s efforts to tackle issues like drug shortages with lawmakers in this episode of Central Line.American Society of Anesthesiologists による
 
Central Line is the official monthly podcast from the American Society of Anesthesiologists, edited by Dr. Adam Striker. We'll bring together leaders in the field of anesthesiology for conversations that address challenges and opportunities vital to the field. We hope you'll join ASA to learn more about how the anesthesiology community is working t…
 
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