The Frontlines of COVID: A Surgery Sett Series: Episode 7 - Dr. Jacob Greenberg
Deciding how to move forward with medical education is tough with social distancing alone, but when it comes to preparing a labor force to help fight the COVID-19 pandemic, the decision only gets more complicated. Dr. Jacob Greenberg, the surgery program director for the University of Wisconsin explains the thinking behind his team's approach to this difficult question.
The Frontlines of COVID: A Surgery Sett Series: Episode 3 - Dr. Tom Brazelton
One of the main concerns with the COVID-19 crisis in America is the inability of our healthcare system to handle a massive influx of patients, even patients that may not have coronavirus, but still need care. Dr. Tom Brazelton, like many others, finds that telehealth and telemedicine can help relieve some of the stress on our healthcare system. Especially now, when some restrictions are starting to be lifted that have hindered the use of telehealth in the past.
The Frontlines of COVID: A Surgery Sett Series: Episode 1 - Dr. Jeff Pothof
In light of the COVID-19 pandemic, daily life as we know it has changed. This shift has brought endless questions, like "what is 'social distancing' and how can it help prevent the spread of coronavirus?" COVID-19 is testing the limits of our healthcare system, as well as its flexibility. Dr. Jeff Pothof joins Dr. Kohler for the first of many in the Surgery Sett's COVID-19 series. Dr. Pothof helps answer some of these questions, and tells us what to expect in terms of testing, and the hardships of adapting to coronavirus.
Episode 88: Dr. Lee Wilke
Dr. Lee Wilke has developed a GPS clip to be used for breast cancer surgery. How does having a smart clip make breast surgery least painful for patients, and easier for surgeons? How can surgeons with an entrepreneurial side find collaborators?