Younger Fellows Series Ep 1: Mentoring
Let's Talk Surgery | The RCSEd Podcast
by The Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh
19h ago
A new podcast series brought to you in collaboration with the Younger Fellows Group. We discuss mentoring in practice – what it involves, some of the benefits, and dispel some of the myths. This remains a crucial tool in practice today. Examples of mentoring interactions from some our guests. Details of the upcoming mentoring course can be found on the RCSEd website.  ..read more
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FRCS (Paeds) Beyond General Surgery - Antenatal Counselling with Mr Paul Cullis and Dr Vix Monnelly
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by The Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh
2w ago
In this episode, Sesi Hotonu explores antenatal counselling with two clinicians who form a vital part of the service in Edinburgh. Mr Paul Cullis is a consultant paediatric surgeon at the Royal Hospital for Children and Young People, and Dr Vix Monnelly is a consultant neonatologist at the Simpsons Centre for Reproductive Health.  A great episode that highlights the importance of the multidisciplinary team in caring for children and families affected by paediatric surgical conditions.  ..read more
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Team Based Quality Reviews
Let's Talk Surgery | The RCSEd Podcast
by The Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh
1M ago
Gregory Ekatah is joined by Mr Manoj Kumar (Consultant upper GI surgeon) and Helen Vosper (Chartered Ergonomist) to discuss Team Based Quality Reviews (TBQR), an innovative tool / approach to systems thinking in reviewing clinical practice. When things go wrong, or indeed reviewing excellence in clinical practice, TBQR offers a framework to approach these reviews. First TBQR course is on the 20th of May 2024 at RCSEd.  ..read more
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FRCS (Paeds) Beyond General Surgery - Child Protection with Dr Marianne Forrester
Let's Talk Surgery | The RCSEd Podcast
by The Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh
1M ago
In this episode,  Sesi Hotonu explores a very important topic for all clinicians involved in the care of children- child protection. She is joined by Dr Marianne Forrester, consultant paediatrician at the Royal Aberdeen Children's Hospital. As lead for child protection at RACH, and chair of the RCPCH Scottish child protection committee, Dr Forrester takes us expertly through the recognition and management of the child at risk.  ..read more
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When Things go Wrong… with David Alderson Ep 4
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by The Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh
1M ago
The final episode of this series reflecting on when things go wrong. Gregory Ekatah and David Alderson explore the psychological impact on clinicians. This is illustrated by the story of ‘Icarus and Hubris’ and a couple of poems from www.incisedlines.com. They also tackle the concept of resilience in modern day clinical practice ..read more
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When Things go Wrong… with David Alderson Ep 3
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by The Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh
2M ago
The second part of a conversation between Gregory Ekatah and David Alderson as they explore the psychological impact of 'when things go wrong' through the medium of the arts. Listeners can also review the poem Frozen from www.incisedlines.com, written by David, which helps encapsulate this discussion ..read more
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FRCS (Paeds) Beyond General Surgery - Paediatric Gastroenterology with Dr Paul Henderson
Let's Talk Surgery | The RCSEd Podcast
by The Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh
2M ago
In this episode, guest host Sesi Hotonu explores two aspects of paediatric gastroenterology with Dr Paul Henderson; gastrointestinal bleeding and inflammatory bowel disease. As a renowned researcher in inflammatory bowel disease and a champion of medical education, Dr Henderson talks eloquently about these two topics including the interface of medical and surgical management ..read more
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Patient Safety Series - Maryanne Mariyaselvam
Let's Talk Surgery | The RCSEd Podcast
by The Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh
2M ago
This week, Gregory Ekatah is joined on the podcast by Maryanne Mariyaselvam to discuss her journey through the patient safety space. From leaving surgical training to being involved in a number of patient safety innovations to being awarded a British Empire Medal.  ..read more
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Patient Safety Series – Healthcare Safety Investigation Branch with Andrew Murphy-Pittock
Let's Talk Surgery | The RCSEd Podcast
by The Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh
3M ago
The patient safety series is back for its final few episodes. Recorded back in August 2023, Andrew Murphy-Pittock joins Gregory Ekatah on the podcast to discuss HSIB which has now become Health Services Safety Investigations Body (HSSIB). We explore the role of HSIB / HSSIB, its creation, remit and future developments in the quest to improve patient safety nationally and through international collaborative efforts. Well worth a listen. For more information www.hssib.org.uk ..read more
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ENT Coffee Room Chat Series 2 Ep 3: Refractory Chronic Rhinosinusitis
Let's Talk Surgery | The RCSEd Podcast
by RCSEd
3M ago
ENTUK and RCSEd partner to bring you a second series of coffee room chats. In this episode, Professor Claire Hopkins is joined by Mr. Jujay Ramakrishman to discuss refractory chronic rhinosinusitis.  ..read more
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