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On this episode, Greg returns with RCSEd Vice President and Chair of the Triennial planning group, Professor Rowan Parks to preview the Triennial / ICOSET meeting. They discuss elements of the planning and delivery of the conference, some key messages and profile some of the keynote speakers.RCSEd による
 
A coffee room chat in ENT: Management of Septal Perforations is discussed by Raj Bhalla and Nara Orban. A new series of podcasts produced by the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh in collaboration with ENT UK. Each episode takes on the format of a coffee room chat between two experts in the field where the nuances of managing important and chal…
 
Managing spontaneous CSF leaks is discussed with Shahz Ahmed and Omar Pathmanaban. A new series of podcasts produced by the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh in collaboration with ENT UK. Each episode takes on the format of a coffee room chat between two experts in the field where the nuances of managing important and challenging topics in ENT…
 
A coffee room chat in ENT: Recurrent pleomorphic salivary adenoma is discussed with Sanjai Sood and Stuart Winter. A new series of podcasts produced by the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh in collaboration with ENT UK. Each episode takes on the format of a coffee room chat between two experts in the field where the nuances of managing importa…
 
In the fifth episode of the Coffee Room Chat in ENT, Options in conductive hearing loss is discussed with Neil Donnelly and Myrthe Hol. This is a new series of podcasts produced by the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh in collaboration with ENT UK. Each episode takes on the format of a coffee room chat between two experts in the field where th…
 
This is a new series of podcasts produced by the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh in collaboration with ENT UK. Each episode takes on the format of a coffee room chat between two experts in the field where the nuances of managing important and challenging topics in ENT are explored as well as surgical tips based on their experience and knowle…
 
A coffee room chat in ENT: Day case parotidectomy is discussed by Shane Lester and Jai Manick. A new series of podcasts produced by the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh in collaboration with ENT UK. Each episode takes on the format of a coffee room chat between two experts in the field where the nuances of managing important and challenging t…
 
This week, Managing frontal sinus disease is discussed with Archana Jaiswal and Caroline Smith! A new series of podcasts produced by the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh in collaboration with ENT UK. Each episode takes on the format of a coffee room chat between two experts in the field where the nuances of managing important and challenging …
 
A new series of podcasts produced by the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh in collaboration with ENT UK. Each episode takes on the format of a coffee room chat between two experts in the field where the nuances of managing important and challenging topics in ENT are explored as well as surgical tips based on their experience and knowledge of t…
 
Greg and Sesi are joined by Alastair Faulkner, orthopaedic surgery registrar and passionate artist. He discusses his motivations, inspirations and the interface between surgery and art. A true gent and star of the Sky Arts Portrait Artists of the Year show.RCSEd による
 
We bring you the Faculty of Surgical Trainers international series which looks at prominent trainers from across the world. In the final episode of the FST International Series, Stephen Tobin explores his best trainers, his training journey and shares some wise words to live by.RCSEd による
 
We bring you the Faculty of Surgical Trainers international series which looks at prominent trainers from across the world. On this episode, the world renowned Professor Steven Wexner joins the podcast to offer his insights into training. “You’re going to get complications/mistakes as a surgeon, try not to make the same one twice."…
 
We bring you the Faculty of Surgical Trainers international series which looks at prominent trainers from across the world. On this episode, Professor of Surgery and General Surgeon – Phillip Carson joins Sesi on the podcast.RCSEd による
 
Black history month is a time to reflect on the struggles and successes of the black community. On the podcast, Greg and Sesi are joined by 2 pioneering black surgeons – the first black female consultant orthopaedic surgeon in the UK Miss Samantha Tross and Professor Frank Chinegwundoh to discuss black history month, their journeys as black surgeon…
 
Straight out of the Netflix Surgeon’s cut series – Dr Devi Shetty is a cardiac surgeon who provides a fascinating insight into his journey through training to being a pioneer of cardiac surgery in India. We discuss his fundamental mission of providing affordable healthcare to all at the point of need all over the world. Devi also talks passionately…
 
This episode we focus on rural surgery and meet two somewhat unusual surgeons – people who do things a bit differently in a very unique setting. Gordon McFarlane is a Consultant Surgeon in Lerwick, Shetland Islands. He graduated from Aberdeen University and continued training in general surgery in Aberdeen and Inverness. He worked for 9 years as a …
 
From breast cancer surgeon to breast cancer surgeon with breast cancer, Woman of the Year Nominee Liz O’Riordan joins Sesi and greg on the podcast this week. Phenomenal, heartfelt, passionate, eloquent, honest and moving reflections from this amazing retired breast surgeon who shares her journey through diagnosis of breast cancer, treatment, recurr…
 
Welcome to the Paediatrics episode of the RCSEd’s Careers podcast. Our panel today are Consultant Paediatric Surgeons Christopher Driver and Robin Garrett-Cox, and our very own Sesi Hotonu, who has gone from being a host of the podcast to a guest. Christopher Driver has been a paediatric surgeon and paediatric urologist since 2000. He is currently …
 
In today's episode of our careers series we focus on oral and maxillofacial surgery with a panel of Manchester-based guests. Sajid Sainuddin is a consultant maxillofacial surgeon with a special interest in oncology and reconstruction. He began his career by training to be a dentist, before joining a craniofacial centre in his home country of India.…
 
Welcome back to our Surgical Crossroads series. For this episode we’re at the top of the human body – let's see what neurosurgery is all about. It's is an exciting specialty, with the human brain, for many of us, representing a frontier into the unknown. It involves high stakes surgery with cutting edge technology and fast-paced developments, requi…
 
On the back of the recent World Patient Safety day, Tom Weiser, Trauma and General Surgeon at Stanford joins the Let’s Talk Surgery Podcast to talk some of his landmark patient safety initiatives including developing the WHO Surgical Checklist, and Lifebox (www.lifebox.org). Extremely fascinating, charismatic and inspiring reflections of his journe…
 
Today we are joined by two orthopaedic surgeons and one budding orthopaedic surgeon to help us explore this unique specialty. Mr Sanjay Anand is a knee surgeon with a clinical practice centred around knee and sports injuries. As has been the case with many of our guests, Sanjay was inspired to pursue a career in orthopaedics by a senior colleague e…
 
With increasing calls for medical report writing and being an expert witness training to be mandated, Sesi and Greg are joined by Isabel Litherland (Solicitor from Bond Solon), and Aidan Fitzgerald, Consultant plastic surgeon and convenor of education at RCSED. We take a deep dive into all aspects of being an expert witness, tips and pitfalls as we…
 
Welcome to the Urology episode of the Let's Talk Surgery Podcast, Surgical Crossroads series. Neil Fenn is a Consultant Urologist at Morriston Hospital Swansea and Chair of the Surgical Specialty Board (SSB) in Urology at the RCSEd. He always wanted to be a surgeon, and after qualifying from the University of Wales he completed his basic surgical a…
 
Welcome to the Surgical Crossroads series with hosts Sesi Hotonu and Sadie Khwaja. This episode looks at General Surgery with another fantastic panel of guests. Jane Macaskill is a consultant oncoplastic breast surgeon in NHS Tayside. She is from Scotland and completed her training in Dundee and Edinburgh. Jane decided to pursue a career in surgery…
 
Welcome to another special Careers episode of the Let's talk surgery podcast for the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh. Today, we're speaking to some cardiothoracic surgeons: Edward Caruana (cardiothoracic trainee), Gill Hardman (cardiothoracic ST7), and Sridhar Rathinam (consultant thoracic surgeon). Sridhar Rathinam is a consultant thoracic …
 
Welcome to another exciting instalment of our Surgical Crossroads series. Today we have some vascular surgeons joining hosts Sesi Hotonu and Sadie Khwaja to tell us all about their chosen specialty. Andy Garnham works in the Black Country and chairs the vascular board at Edinburgh. He is also the training programme director in the West Midlands. He…
 
Welcome to another episode of our Surgical Crossroads series with hosts Gregory Ekatah and Sadie Khwaja. Today we explore a career in plastic surgery. Jeremy Rodriguez is a consultant plastic surgeon at Stoke Mandeville Hospital in Buckinghamshire and an Associate Professor at Warwick Clinical Trials Unit. He describes how he “stumbled across” plas…
 
We begin our new series focusing on careers and career aspirations with co-host, Sadie Khwaja’s own specialty, Ear, Nose and Throat Surgery. Our guests are Consultant Otolaryngologist Emma Stapleton, ENT Registrar Todd Kanzara and medical student Eman Hasan. Emma Stapleton is a Consultant Otolaryngologist at Manchester Royal Infirmary where she is …
 
The Let's Talk Surgery podcast from the Royal College of Surgeons Edinburgh (RCSEd) introduces a new surgical career's series, 'Surgical Crossroads: Choosing Your Specialty'. In this series, podcast hosts Greg Ekatah and Sesi Hotonu are joined by ENT surgeon Sadie Khwaja, bringing the Health Education England North West Career's Fair, which traditi…
 
Sesi and Paddy are joined by Ciaran McDonnell, Hannah Travers and Mimi Li, vascular surgeons across the grade spectrum for an interesting and insightful discussion around the workforce challenges that faces vascular surgery both now and in the future but also offer some solutions being considered and implemented by the Workforce Committee, Rouleaux…
 
Paddy and Sesi are joined by Ruth Benson, vascular trainee, and recent past president of the Vascular and Endovascular Research Network (VERN) to discuss innovative research during the COVID pandemic – COVER Study and her’s and VERN’s journey through research.RCSEd による
 
Ken and Steve are joined by Hepatobiliary surgeon, scientist and culture change enthusiast, Carol-Anne Moulton from the University of Toronto to explore some of her research work and her personal experiences.RCSEd による
 
RCSEd is pleased to partner with ‘Ken & Steve’ to bring the Performance Project Podcast series. Ken Walker and Professor Steve Yule will be hosting a series of podcast episodes talking to guests from a range of professions between health, psychology, space and others to discuss some of the challenges professional face and how these can be overcome …
 
In this episode, Greg and Sesi are joined by Patrick Coughlin, consultant vascular surgeon in Cambridge. They discuss the exciting upcoming vascular surgery series on the "Let's Talk Surgery" podcast where the latest in vascular research, practice, training and innovation will be explored.RCSEd による
 
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