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The Physician’s Guide to Doctoring

July 3, 2020

I’m thrilled to announce a collaboration with Dr. Bradley Block, host of The Physician’s Guide to Doctoring Podcast. Dr. Block is an Ear, Nose and Throat (ENT) physician and an enthusiastic conversationalist, so this was a really fun episode to record. In it, we talk about The Swiss Army Knife of Specialties, Interventional Radiology (IR). The aim of the podcast is to cover “everything we should have been learning while we were memorizing the Krebs cycle.” It overflows with fascinating content from thought leaders across the world of medicine. I definitely recommend you check this one out. Below, I’ll share a guide to our podcast together, followed by some of my favorite episodes you may want to listen to next. 

The Physician’s Guide to Doctoring: Episode timeline

The beginning of the episode covers my bio, an overview of our conversation topic, and my mission on the TiredSuperheroine platform.

At 2 minutes, we discuss the crux of IR: image guided procedures.

3 min: Are all IR practitioners hospital-based? 

4 min: A mention of some thorny challenges in practicing clinical IR in an RVU-driven practice model.

7 min: Misconceptions about diagnostic radiology. 

9:30 The importance of understanding the imaging relevant to one’s own sub-specialty.

Access to care

11 min: The interdisciplinary nature of IR with fibroid treatment as an example.

14 min: Expansion of IR services is needed beyond the major metro areas to improve access to care.

16 min: Peripheral artery disease (PAD) in the community. 

Nuts and bolts

19 min: We discuss the need for general anesthesia in some minimally-invasive procedures.

22 min: I introduce some locoregional therapies IR can offer to cancer patients.

24:30 Broad strokes touching on other IR service lines.

27 min: Dr. Block and I discuss the common consult: “Please help.”

28 min: He seeks the specialty-specific frustrations experienced by IR.

29:20 Health disparities in IR.

Looking to the future

30:40 What’s new and exciting in IR?

32 min: We discuss subspecialty education and parallels to surgery.

36 min: The cost-effectiveness of minimally invasive measures relative to other therapies.

37 min: Ethics in IR, a conversation just getting started.

38-40 min: We editorialize on end of life care and associated challenges within our health system.

41 min: The role of IR in end of life care.

41:40 Why I built TiredSuperheroine.com.

42:30 When women are empowered, good things happen.

Listen to our conversation anywhere you get your podcasts! Here are some links for your preferred medium:

Apple Podcasts

Google Play

Spotify

And more episodes I enjoyed on the Physician’s Guide to Doctoring: 

Is Single Payor Really Bettor with Dr. Kwadwo Kyeremanteng

Facing Adverse Outcomes and Malpractice Litigation with Stacia Dearmin, MD

Uche Blackstock, MD Gives Us the Tools to Overcome Our Racial Biases

Travis Hornsby, the Student Loan Planner helps you to financial freedom

Improve Your Emotional Intelligence (EQ) with the Inspired Dentist, Dr. Shakila Angadi

I hope you enjoy this podcast as much as I do.

Leave your comments on our Swiss army knife episode below. And share a podcast you’d like to recommend for women in male-dominated fields like IR and surgery. I appreciate you!

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