Clinical implications for the practicing surgeon
In this podcast series, hosts Jamie Coleman, MD, FACS, and Dante Yeh, MD, FACS, speak with recently published Journal of the American College of Surgeons authors about the motivation behind their latest research and the clinical implications it has for the practicing surgeon. Spread the word on social media by using the hashtag #JACSOperativeWord.
In the inaugural episode, Jamie Coleman, MD, FACS, and Dante Yeh, MD, FACS, speak with Craig Goolsby, MD, MEd, FACEP, Professor and Vice Chair of Emergency Medicine at the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences and Science Director at the National Center for Disaster Medicine and Public Health in Bethesda, MD about his group’s latest research, which was conducted using a Delphi process and resulted in 19 recommendations for training, public education, triage, communication, patient tracking, medical records, family reunification, and mental health. These consensus recommendations from the surgeons, physicians, and medics who cared for recent mass shooting patients will help everyone prepare for future incidents.
Dante Yeh, MD, FACS, is a professor of surgery and chief of emergency general surgery at Denver Health. He is an acute care surgeon specializing in trauma, emergency general surgery, and surgical critical care, with additional expertise in advanced nutrition support and short bowel syndrome. He completed his general surgery residency in Miami at Jackson Memorial Hospital and his trauma and surgical critical care fellowship in San Francisco at San Francisco General Hospital.
Jamie Coleman, MD, FACS, is an associate professor of surgery and the vice-chair of wellness in the department of surgery at the University of Louisville. She is an acute care surgeon specializing in trauma, emergency general surgery, and surgical critical care. She completed her general surgery residency in Chicago at Cook County Hospital and Rush University and her trauma and surgical critical care fellowship in Atlanta at Grady Memorial Hospital with Emory University.
Her research focus is on the physiologic impact of sleep deprivation, stress, and burnout amongst physicians and surgeons. She is the PI for the SuPer Trial (Surgeon Performance Trial), the largest study of continuous physiologic monitoring of acute care surgeons. In addition to her scientific publications, her focus on the intersection of physician wellness and work-life integration has been featured in Forbes, Huffington Post, and US News and World Report.
The opinions expressed in this podcast are those of the participants and not necessarily that of the ACS.