The Inside Duke Anesthesiology Podcast takes you behind the curtain for one-on-one interviews with experts in our department and across Duke to discuss how we’re “changing the face of anesthesiology.”
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“The Rise of Regional:” Dr. Jeffrey Gadsden, chief of the Orthopaedics, Plastics and Regional Anesthesiology Division, discusses regional anesthetic advances, the subspecialty’s impact on patient outcomes, the division’s acclaimed #Blocktober education initiative, and more.
Episode 1, “Learn and Lead:” Dr. Annemarie Thompson, director of the Duke Anesthesiology Residency Program, discusses the first-ever virtual recruitment season, training the next generation of leaders during the novel coronavirus, and more.
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