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Breaking Scrub is a weekly conversation highlighting surgeons and their lives outside of the operating room. From journalism to policy to nanotechnology, these surgeons and their side-hustles are worth celebrating. Trying to find your niche? Maybe these surgeons and their stories might help!

Latest Episodes

Season 1 finale!

This episode was recording amidst the festivities of the EAST Annual Assembly in Austin, TX in January 2019. We hear from Laurie Punch, Babak Sarani, Brad Dennis and several attendees about the impact of the millennial generation on the surgical profession. In the off-season, feel free to reach out and send me Season 2 ideas! BreakingScrubPod@gmail.com

29 MIN2019 JUN 12
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Season 1 finale!

Be the Podcast You Wish to Hear in the World

Bradley Block, MD is a private-practice ENT surgeon in Long Island, NY. After years of trying to better himself and his patient interactions through listening to podcasts, he decided to make one of his own. Physicians Guide to Doctoringis a podcast series exploring "everything we should have learned while we were memorizing the Krebs' cycle." He explores many ways to improve patient interactions and expand our understanding of what it means to practice medicine and surgery in the 21st century.

48 MIN2019 JUN 5
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Be the Podcast You Wish to Hear in the World

Executive Coaching and Expanding the Definition of Success

Taylor Riall had it all. MD. PhD. Hopkins trained. Distinguished Chair by 40. But, as she says, in order to burn out, your flame has to first burn bright. An burn out she did, to the point that she almost quit surgery. Instead, she found executive coaching and found her way back to academic surgery. https://tayloryoursuccesscoaching.com/

47 MIN2019 MAY 29
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Executive Coaching and Expanding the Definition of Success

When quitting is not failure

Lindsay McNair started out on a very typical pathway. Biology degree. Research experience. Medical School. Surgery residency.But when her research years were more appealing than getting back to the OR, she realized she needed to make a change. Medical students rarely get any exposure to medical careers outside of clinical medicine. Not finishing a residency is almost exclusively portrayed as a failure. Lindsay McNair is here to tell why that is a false narrative.

34 MIN2019 MAY 22
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When quitting is not failure

Ryan Inman, The Financial Residency program director

Ryan Inman is a fee-only financial adviser "helping physician families take control of their finances." As the husband of a physician, he has learned first hand just how unprepared, and in debt, many doctors are. He focuses on educating and empowering physicians as they navigate the challenging waters of early career and beyond. Ryan can be found athttps://physicianwealthservices.com/or in his podcast and online community, The Financial Residency.

29 MIN2019 MAY 15
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Ryan Inman, The Financial Residency program director

In the Room Where it Happens

Dr. John S. O'Shea started out down a very typical surgical career in academic hepatobiliary surgery in the early 90s. After several years in the trenches, he really didn't like what he was seeing. So he took some classes. Then he wrote a few op-eds. Before he knew it, he was at the Harvard Kennedy School of Government. Then the Heritage Foundation. Then a senior staffer for the House Commerce committee. He has seen the sausage get made and even made some of it himself!

20 MIN2019 MAY 8
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In the Room Where it Happens

Making what "should be" a reality

Carlos VR Brown, MD is a trauma surgeon in Austin, TX. After a career in the Navy, he moved back home to Austin where he played a key role in building a level I trauma center, a general surgery residency, as -as if that wasn't a lot already - The Dell Medical School at UT Austin. All in a little over 5 years. Dr. Brown shares his thoughts on how he builds teams and makes what "should happen" a reality for his home town.

31 MIN2019 MAY 1
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Making what "should be" a reality

Doing what's right with Dr. Erica Sutton

Many of us go in to medicine because we "just really want to help people." Right? Be honest, you said that in your medical school interview. Some days, when you are drowning under the EMR and you patient just won't get better, its hard to see how one is helping much of anyone. Well, not for Dr. Sutton, who is "doing the right thing" in her community by providing free care to the uninsured and underinsured. Find out more at soslouisville.org

32 MIN2019 APR 24
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Doing what's right with Dr. Erica Sutton

A career post mortem: surgical palliative care and painting

Geoffrey Dunn, MD literally wrote the book on surgical palliative care. Several of them. But his career had its ups and downs, and he bore witness to a lot of human suffering. He used painting to help him process what he saw and in the process birthed the field of surgical palliative care. For more information on Dr. Dunn's art, check out www.geoffrypdunn.com

42 MIN2019 APR 17
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A career post mortem: surgical palliative care and painting

Break Scrub with Dr. Chrissy Guidry

Wellness. You can't go anywhere in the surgical world without hearing about it. Dr. Guidry works hard to facilitate wellness at Tulane. She is going way beyond computer based training and or telling residents to take a yoga class. Tune in and see how she has made making residents' lives a little bit better her niche.

31 MIN2019 APR 10
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Break Scrub with Dr. Chrissy Guidry

Latest Episodes

Season 1 finale!

This episode was recording amidst the festivities of the EAST Annual Assembly in Austin, TX in January 2019. We hear from Laurie Punch, Babak Sarani, Brad Dennis and several attendees about the impact of the millennial generation on the surgical profession. In the off-season, feel free to reach out and send me Season 2 ideas! BreakingScrubPod@gmail.com

29 MIN2019 JUN 12
Comments
Season 1 finale!

Be the Podcast You Wish to Hear in the World

Bradley Block, MD is a private-practice ENT surgeon in Long Island, NY. After years of trying to better himself and his patient interactions through listening to podcasts, he decided to make one of his own. Physicians Guide to Doctoringis a podcast series exploring "everything we should have learned while we were memorizing the Krebs' cycle." He explores many ways to improve patient interactions and expand our understanding of what it means to practice medicine and surgery in the 21st century.

48 MIN2019 JUN 5
Comments
Be the Podcast You Wish to Hear in the World

Executive Coaching and Expanding the Definition of Success

Taylor Riall had it all. MD. PhD. Hopkins trained. Distinguished Chair by 40. But, as she says, in order to burn out, your flame has to first burn bright. An burn out she did, to the point that she almost quit surgery. Instead, she found executive coaching and found her way back to academic surgery. https://tayloryoursuccesscoaching.com/

47 MIN2019 MAY 29
Comments
Executive Coaching and Expanding the Definition of Success

When quitting is not failure

Lindsay McNair started out on a very typical pathway. Biology degree. Research experience. Medical School. Surgery residency.But when her research years were more appealing than getting back to the OR, she realized she needed to make a change. Medical students rarely get any exposure to medical careers outside of clinical medicine. Not finishing a residency is almost exclusively portrayed as a failure. Lindsay McNair is here to tell why that is a false narrative.

34 MIN2019 MAY 22
Comments
When quitting is not failure

Ryan Inman, The Financial Residency program director

Ryan Inman is a fee-only financial adviser "helping physician families take control of their finances." As the husband of a physician, he has learned first hand just how unprepared, and in debt, many doctors are. He focuses on educating and empowering physicians as they navigate the challenging waters of early career and beyond. Ryan can be found athttps://physicianwealthservices.com/or in his podcast and online community, The Financial Residency.

29 MIN2019 MAY 15
Comments
Ryan Inman, The Financial Residency program director

In the Room Where it Happens

Dr. John S. O'Shea started out down a very typical surgical career in academic hepatobiliary surgery in the early 90s. After several years in the trenches, he really didn't like what he was seeing. So he took some classes. Then he wrote a few op-eds. Before he knew it, he was at the Harvard Kennedy School of Government. Then the Heritage Foundation. Then a senior staffer for the House Commerce committee. He has seen the sausage get made and even made some of it himself!

20 MIN2019 MAY 8
Comments
In the Room Where it Happens

Making what "should be" a reality

Carlos VR Brown, MD is a trauma surgeon in Austin, TX. After a career in the Navy, he moved back home to Austin where he played a key role in building a level I trauma center, a general surgery residency, as -as if that wasn't a lot already - The Dell Medical School at UT Austin. All in a little over 5 years. Dr. Brown shares his thoughts on how he builds teams and makes what "should happen" a reality for his home town.

31 MIN2019 MAY 1
Comments
Making what "should be" a reality

Doing what's right with Dr. Erica Sutton

Many of us go in to medicine because we "just really want to help people." Right? Be honest, you said that in your medical school interview. Some days, when you are drowning under the EMR and you patient just won't get better, its hard to see how one is helping much of anyone. Well, not for Dr. Sutton, who is "doing the right thing" in her community by providing free care to the uninsured and underinsured. Find out more at soslouisville.org

32 MIN2019 APR 24
Comments
Doing what's right with Dr. Erica Sutton

A career post mortem: surgical palliative care and painting

Geoffrey Dunn, MD literally wrote the book on surgical palliative care. Several of them. But his career had its ups and downs, and he bore witness to a lot of human suffering. He used painting to help him process what he saw and in the process birthed the field of surgical palliative care. For more information on Dr. Dunn's art, check out www.geoffrypdunn.com

42 MIN2019 APR 17
Comments
A career post mortem: surgical palliative care and painting

Break Scrub with Dr. Chrissy Guidry

Wellness. You can't go anywhere in the surgical world without hearing about it. Dr. Guidry works hard to facilitate wellness at Tulane. She is going way beyond computer based training and or telling residents to take a yoga class. Tune in and see how she has made making residents' lives a little bit better her niche.

31 MIN2019 APR 10
Comments
Break Scrub with Dr. Chrissy Guidry
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