A medical student interviews a cardiothoracic surgery fellow about various topics related to cardiothoracic surgery.
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A Conversation With a Cardiothoracic Surgery Fellow: Why Medical Students Should Consider Cardiothoracic Surgery
February 18, 2021
February 16, 2021
This Beat episode, hosted by Jessica Luc, MD, covers part two of a two-part discussion on vaccines.
CTSNet To Go Podcast Episode: Innovative Curriculum Design: What Are Programs Doing to Keep Graduates Relevant?
February 10, 2021
In this CTSNet To Go episode, David Tom Cooke moderates a discussion on innovative curriculum design in cardiothoracic surgery.
#9: CTSNet Beat Podcast: STS 57th Annual Meeting, Unique Technique for Robotic Lobectomy, and Managing Chest Tubes in COVID-19
January 26, 2021
Brian Mitzman presents the latest Beat podcast, focusing on the STS 2021 virtual meeting, as well as recent submissions to CTSNet and the European Journal of Cardiothoracic Surgery.
January 21, 2021
On Friday, January 15, 2021, CTSNet hosted this live webinar on lessons learned with a panel of nursing giants.
January 13, 2021
In this CTSNet To Go podcast episode, Dawn Hui of UT Health San Antonio, Texas, moderates a discussion on advocacy within the cardiothoracic surgery specialty.
CTSNet To Go Podcast Episode: Resident Corner: How to Make the Most of One's Training and Successfully Transition to Practice
January 13, 2021
In this CTSNet To Go podcast episode, Leanne Harling and Jessica Luc moderate a discussion on the global experience of how to make the most of one's training and successfully transition to practice.
December 20, 2020
A scholarly metanalytic review on training by surgical simulators. The authors submit that low-fidelity is acceptable, balancing affordable basic inanimate models against the higher cost (and ethics) of zootomy and cadaceric dissection.
Beware the Stick: A Case of a Fractured Nasopharyngeal COVID-19 Screening Swab Lost to a Patient’s Distal Airways
December 18, 2020
The authors present the case of an inadvertent complication (Clavien-Dindo Grade IIIa) that occurred following routine microbiological swabbing for SARS-CoV-2 from a tracheostomy site that was successfully retrieved.
December 16, 2020
Leanne Harling and Jessica Luc moderate a discussion on the global experience of how to make the most of one's training and successfully transition to practice.