Leading the Rounds

Leading the Rounds

Leadership development is overlooked in contemporary medical education, yet medical students and physicians find themselves in leadership roles from the beginning of their training. Medical leadership is complex and we hope to provide a resource and space for medical trainees- ourselves included- to grow and learn how to be better leaders. We hope to educate and motivate others to further develop themselves as leaders in healthcare.

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June 7, 2021 34 min

In this episode we interview Dr. Tait Shanafelt. Dr. Shanafelt is a Jeanie and Stewart Ritchie Professor of Medicine, Chief Wellness Officer, and associate dean at Stanford University School of Medicine. He is the co-author, with one of our former guests Steven Swenson, of “Mayo Clinic Strategies to Reduce Burnout”. He is credited for bringing physician-burnout to the forefront of healthcare discussion. He is a leader in the field ...

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In this episode we interview Dr. Roxana Doneshjou. She is a clinical scholar in the department of dermatology at Stanford School of Medicine. She is a Paul and Daisy Soros Fellowship for New Americans and was the Stanford Medicine TEDMED Student Ambassador in 2015. She is interested in bridging new technologies such as genomics and machine learning with clinical medicine. She is also interested in the use of Twitter for scientific ...

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In this episode, we bring back a guest from season 1 and interview Hamza Khan. Hamza is a multi-award winning marketer, best-selling author, and global keynote speaker whose TEDx talk “Stop Managing, Start Leading” has been viewed over a million times. He is also the author of two books, The Burnout Gamble and his most recent book, Leadership Reinvented. If you want to learn more about Hamza, check out his website hamzakhan.ca

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Jonathan Burroughs is President and CEO of The Burroughs Healthcare Consulting Network, Inc. He works with some of the nation’s top healthcare consulting organizations to provide ‘best practice’ solutions and training to healthcare organizations throughout the country.

Dr. Burroughs serves on the national faculty of the American College of Healthcare Executives and the American Association for Physician Leadership, where he has been...

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In this episode, Peter and I put together the culmination of our first season of podcasting. We took lessons from leaders in medicine, business, and the military to bring you 5 rules for leadership. 

This episode contains lessons from previous guests including Drew Dudley, Dr. Ed Creagan, Dr. Simon Fleming and more. 

We hope you enjoy this episode of Leading The Rounds!

Rule 1:  Chase Purpose 

  • “Leadership will always start from the ins...
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    In this episode we interview Dr. Edward Barksdale. He is the newly elected American Pediatric Surgery Association President. He is also the Division Chief of Pediatric General Surgery and Thoracic Surgery at UH Rainbow Babies and Children’s Hospital. 

    He recently Launched the Anti-fragility Initiative, which takes a unique approach to addressing Cleveland’s teen poverty challenge and has already received over $2 million from the Gov...

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    In this episode we interview Dr. Jeffrey Upperman. Dr. Upperman was recently appointed as the Surgeon-in-Chief of Vanderbilt Children’s Hospital. Prior to that, he served at Children’s Hospital Los Angeles and received recognition as an expert in trauma, disaster preparedness, and injury prevention. 

    Upperman is a retired lieutenant colonel in the US Army Medical Corps and was chief of surgery during operation Iraqi Freedom 2. He se...

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    In this episode we interview Dr. Ijeoma Nnodim Opara. Dr. Opara received her medical degree from Wayne State University School of Medicine (WSUSOM) and completed a Med-Peds Residency at the Detroit Medical Center where she served as Chief Medical Resident. Currently, she is a double-board certified and an Assistant Professor of Internal Medicine and Pediatrics. 

    She is the Associate Program Director of the Internal Medicine-Pediatri...

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    In this episode we combine with another podcast to interview. Dr. Stephanie Faubion M.D. She has practiced in the Women's Health Clinic at Mayo Clinic for over 10 years. She has a broad interest in women's health and her research encompasses sex- and gender-based differences in disease, menopause, hormone therapy, healthy aging, and sexual health and dysfunction in women.

    In her roles as the Penny and Bill George Director fo...

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    In this episode we interview Dr. Ed Creagan. Dr. Ed was first board-certified in medical oncology with a focus on malignant melanoma and lung cancer.  He then transitioned into a career in hospice and palliative medicine.

    He was the Mayo Clinic president 1999, 2000, 2001. He was responsible to the Mayo Clinic CEO who directed answered to the internal board of governors and the external trustees. He believes that this gave him a fasc...

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    In this interview, we talk to Dr. Stephen J. Swensen. He is dedicated to the support of thoughtful leaders who aspire to nurture fulfillment of their staff. He is a recognized expert, researcher and speaker in the disciplines of leadership and burnout. 

    Dr. Swensen serves as Senior Fellow of the Institute for Healthcare Improvement, where his focus is Joy in Work. He works as the Leadership Theme Leader for NEJM Catalyst. 

    For three ...

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    In this episode, we interview Dr. Steven Stylianos. Dr. Stylianos serves Columbia University as the Rudolph N Schullinger Professor of Surgery and Pediatrics and Chief of the Division of Pediatric Surgery. He is currently the Surgeon-in-Chief of the Morgan Stanley Children’s Hospital/New York Presbyterian.

    A graduate of Rutgers University and the New York University School of Medicine, Dr. Stylianos completed his general surgical tr...

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    Inside-Out Leadership:  Human Leadership and Mental Health with Dr. Alison Van Dyke

    Erratum: Dear listeners, we wanted to correct information from this episode. The NCI SEER Cancer Registries ascertains over 500,000 cancer cases not 500 million as mentioned .

    Dr. Alison Van Dyke joined the Data Quality, Analysis, and Interpretation Branch of the Surveillance Research Program (SRP) as Director of the SEER-linked Virtual Tissue Reposi...

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    “As long as we make leadership something bigger than us… we give ourselves an excuse not to expect it every day, from ourselves and from each other.” -Drew Dudley 

    In this episode we interview Drew Dudley. Drew has been called one of the most inspirational TED speakers in the world, and he is on a mission to help people unlearn some dangerous lessons about leadership. 

    As the founder and chief catalyst of Day One Leadership, he has h...

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    "Simon Fleming is a trainee Trauma and Orthopedic surgeon from the United Kingdom who has developed a national, and growing international reputation, for his campaigning work to drive cultural change in the NHS and other healthcare organizations.

    He has spoken widely across the UK and abroad – including delivering a TEDx talk – around his award-winning #HammerItOut campaign aimed at tackling bullying and discriminatory behavior...

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     In this episode, we interview Hamza Khan. Hamza is a multi-award winning marketer, best-selling author, and global keynote speaker whose TEDx talk “Stop Managing, Start Leading” has been viewed over a million times. He is a top-ranked university educator, serial entrepreneur, and respected thought leader whose insights have been featured by notable media outlets such as VICE, Business Insider, and The Globe and Mail.

     He empowers y...

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    Lieutenant General Mark Hertling retiring from the US Army in January 2013 and recently served as Senior Vice President at Florida Hospital. He is now an advisor to the Advent Health Leadership Institute, where he designed and teaches a physician and healthcare strategic leadership development program. His book, Growing Physician Leaders, was published in May 2016. Mark served in the US Army as the Commanding General of the US Army...

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    In this episode we interview Dr. Brent James. Dr. James has been a Senior Fellow at the Institute for Healthcare Improvement. He is also a Senior Advisor at the Leavitt Group and a Senior Advisor at Health Catalyst, in Salt Lake City, Utah. He holds faculty appointments at the Stanford University School of Medicine and at several other universities.  He was formerly the Vice President and Chief Quality Officer at Intermountain Heal...

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    It’s the proverbial question. Starting from the first time you utter  an interest in medicine. Your parents, your friends, your mentors, your teachers, admissions committees- everyone asks you, “Why do you want to be a doctor?” This is not just a question you should think about before medical school, but one to revisit throughout your career. In last week's episode we introduced one facet of Victor Frankl’s idea of tragic optim...

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     As a growing part of the healthcare team, we have seen it first hand. The medical students who gather in the cafeteria over lunch to complain about their instructors, but don’t take action to improve the curriculum. The surgeons who congregate in the lounge to grumble about how the scrub nurse wouldn’t hand them their instruments in the correct direction, but don’t work with the scrub nurse so that she can improve for the next sur...

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