Episode 3: Garet Hil

One of the most notable names in transplant innovation is Garet Hil. After his daughter lost her kidney function, Garet was faced with a tough, turbulent journey in finding her a new one. With a background in entrepreneurship, Garet mobilized to create the National Kidney Registry to facilitate the pairing of those in need of a kidney and matching donors. In this episode, he joins Dr. Mezrich to discuss his path to this innovation, how it impacted the field, and his entrepreneurial spirit.

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January 21, 2021

Where the Hell Were You?

Grab a drink, find a nice leather booth to slide into, and get ready to laugh with Dr. Mezrich's set! If you want to know more about the man behind The Sett, then you’re in the right place. In this set, Dr. Mezrich answers one of medicine's toughest questions: what do you do when you drop your pager in the toilet?

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Episode 2: Dr. Michael Englesbe

The United States of America is the only wealthy country on Earth that has a declining life expectancy. There are many contributing factors, such as a lack of focus preventative care and addiction, as well as the economics of our healthcare system. Dr. Michael Englesbe is incredibly sensitive to these issues, and is constantly finding ways to help negate the consequences of this system, from within this system. He joins Dr. Mezrich to discuss opioid addiction, the healthcare system, dealing with complications, and the importance of mental health care.

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January 7, 2021

What’s in a Name?

Grab a drink, find a nice leather booth to slide into, and get ready to laugh with Dr. Mezrich in his first set! If you want to know more about the man behind The Sett, then you’re in the right place. In this first set, Dr. Mezrich shares why it’s important to always correct your own name, how not correcting your name can lead to borderline identity theft, and how to perform social gymnastics when you’ve been called “Joel” for a month in your surgery rotation (we promise, there is a way out of this horribly uncomfortable nightmare).

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