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Morning Report, Y’all!
20 minutes | 2 months ago
More resident shenanigans
Hannah McDonald, 2nd year surgery resident, stops by to discuss more feedback, favorite cases, teaching evaluations, and hand slapping in the OR
23 minutes | 2 months ago
Down Memory Lane
Kelly Perry rejoins the podcast on day 5 of 10 to talk about being the wife of the #surgicalson and we relieve some "highlights" of training. Topics discussed include diarrhea as a fake excuse to ignore other's needs, the blur of surgery residency, the origins of my distrust of mouth doctors, and what not to do when a colleague gets sick. Warning: Language may be strong for some listeners!
21 minutes | 2 months ago
4 Surgical Sons and 1 Surgical Daughter
I ran short on guests so today we talk with my kids about what it's like having a surgical son as your surgical (and actual) dad. Topics discussed include the job description of a general surgeon, a leg lopping obsession, why rounds are awesome, and who the real MVP of surgery is (it's ROOTABAKERS)
35 minutes | 3 months ago
General Surgery resident of the day Sai Dalavayi goes over some feedback with your dedicated educator/podcast host. Will his grade be affected? (spoiler alert: yes, it will)
25 minutes | 3 months ago
The Return of J. Michael Burton
Mikey makes his triumphant return to beg for cookies and money, and steals our hearts all over again.
15 minutes | 3 months ago
Back in Action
I am back with the first of a multiple day streak of episodes to help a friend get through her quarantine boredom. (this may make it worse!) Topics discussed are the new format, rankings on podcasts, no actual rankings in this podcast, and plans to not be boring over the next few days. Spoiler alert! it's not as fun and there's no Mikey, but please enjoy!
46 minutes | a year ago
It's been a long while but we are back!
Our favorite Surgical Dad, Jay Mike Burton stops in to catch up and we talk about heart attacks, trauma, horsemanship, coffee makers, beards and a whole bunch of other stuff!
38 minutes | 2 years ago
In Which We Talk About People's Parts with a Gyno
In this Episode Dr. "Tess" Smallwood stops in to talk all things OB/GYN. We discuss delivering babies, being cool in the OR, Warm and Fuzzy doctors, all 6 gyn organs, among other things
46 minutes | 2 years ago
In which a Tight Spot is Encountered
This week we continue our discussion with Phil Chang, MD. We touch on a range of subjects including rectal foreign bodies, hairspray, family encounters, people hating Jacob's face at 4am, and opioids.
44 minutes | 2 years ago
In Which we hang out with Phil Chang (part 1)
In this episode we hear from Phil Chang MD, Chief Medical Officer of UKHealthCare. We discuss working in the OR, Challenges of residency, challenges of teaching residents, surgeons we know, music in the OR and airplane crashes.
30 minutes | 2 years ago
Episode 4 In which we actually talk about surgery... a little.
In this episode Dr Burton returns in good health. We discuss hip surgery, being old, code silvers, using a stick for self defense, what not to do when confronted with armed police, Amazon shopping during a crisis, and the concept of Flow in surgery.
33 minutes | 2 years ago
Episode 3, In which a Mustache is grown, and a Camo is chosen
In this episode our special guest Tom Newcomb IV, MD discusses mustaches, patient interactions, appropriateness of hair touching, windowless vans, manliness, and camouflage patterns and why you should choose them.
46 minutes | 2 years ago
Episode 2 In which we are all scared, but still have a good time
An Emergency Emergency room Podcast about a health scare to one of our podcast regulars, Jay Mike Burton. We discuss life and death, loss of consciousness, angels, holding legs while transporting people, rapid responses, shirt ripping, and the love of a surgical son
37 minutes | 2 years ago
In which we are introduced and someone gets surprised
Welcome to Episode 1 of Morning Report, Y'all! Today we talk with one of Jacob's partners, Mikey, about a wide range of topics. items discussed are grandparents, gallbladders, old-timey house calls, delivering babies one handed, riding horses, mexican food, and a tax-time surprise.
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