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CTSNet To Go Podcasts

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Hosted by Joel Dunning, MD, this latest Beat episode features an engaging interview with Sean Grondin, president of STS.
January 7, 2020
Joel Dunning interviews M. Blair Marshall about her approach to minimally invasive general thoracic surgery, with particular consideration of mediastinal tumors and thymomas.
January 7, 2020
Tom Nguyen interviews former Navy SEAL Brian Ferguson about the pursuit of performance excellence in medicine, and particularly in the realm of cardiothoracic surgery.
January 7, 2020
Dr Om Prakesh Yadava and Professor Vinayak Bapat discuss transcatheter approaches and sutureless valves implanted by minimally invasive approaches.
January 7, 2020
Mara Antonoff, Pavan Atluri, Marko Turina, and Moritz Wyler von Ballmoos discuss the role of research for academic career advancement.
January 7, 2020
Leanne Harling, Mustafa Yuksel, and Ian Hunt discuss the management of pectus deformities, focusing on benefits of surgical intervention, importance of specialist centers, and tailoring of treatment strategies.
December 17, 2019
Drs Joel Dunning and Emily Farkas discuss the CTSNet Surgical Volunteerism Portal, a resource for cardiothoracic surgeons and allied health professionals interested in humanitarian work, as well as Dr Farkas's humanitarian work and a volunteer trip in Nepal.
December 17, 2019
In this Giants of Cardiothoracic Surgery interview, Varun Shetty speaks with Devi Shetty, founder and chairman of Narayana Health in Bangalore, India, about how economies of scale, low-cost micro health insurance, and technology have been critical in the effort to democratize healthcare.
December 17, 2019
Drs Patrick Myers, David Taggart, and Michael Mack discuss the ORBITA trial, focusing on the importance of the sham-control design of the trial, ORBITA's context within previous and upcoming trials, and what the results mean for cardiac surgeons.
December 17, 2019
Drs Mara Antonoff, Shanda Blackmon, Katie Nason, and Caitlin Harrington discuss the #ILookLikeASurgeon campaign on Twitter, sharing their thoughts on how the hashtag can be used to change public perceptions of who can be a surgeon, how to increase camaraderie among surgeons, and how to inspire future generations to pursue a career in surgery.
December 17, 2019
Drs Shanda Blackmon, Scott Swanson, Thomas D'Amico, and Mark Onaitis discuss approaches to multifocal lung cancer, including preoperative workup, initial approaches, when ablation can be beneficial, and what to do when spread through airway spaces is observed.

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