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E47 Surgical Companion 1 - The Aging Surgeon

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This is the first in our new "Companion" series, meant to offer a discussion on new topics and events. We are lucky enough to be joined by Drs. Kelly Vogt and Morad Hameed, both previous guests on the show.

In this episode we discuss the paper published in the CMAJ, "Relation between surgeon age a
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This is the first in our new "Companion" series, meant to offer a discussion on new topics and events. We are lucky enough to be joined by Drs. Kelly Vogt and Morad Hameed, both previous guests on the show.

In this episode we discuss the paper published in the CMAJ, "Relation between surgeon age and postoperative outcomes: a population-based cohort study" (https://www.cmaj.ca/content/192/15/E385).

Send us your thoughts and comments by email at podcast.cjs@gmail.com or on twitter @CanJSurg!

Links:

1. Dr. Kelly Vogt bio: https://www.schulich.uwo.ca/generalsurgery/people/bio/kelly_vogt.html#:~:text=Vogt%20is%20a%20recipient%20of,Acute%20Care%20Surgery%20and%20Trauma.

2. Dr. Morad Hameed bio: https://surgery.med.ubc.ca/people/s-m-hameed/

3. Comment on “Comparison of Patient Outcomes of Surgeons Who Are US Versus International Medical Graduates”.https://journals.lww.com/annalsofsurgery/Citation/9000/Comment_on__Comparison_of_Patient_Outcomes_of.94281.aspx

4. The view from 10,000 procedures: technical tips and wisdom from master pancreatic surgeons to avoid hemorrhage during pancreaticoduodenectomy. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4660662/
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