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AAPM&R Fellowship Podcast Series: Interventional Training
Description
The purpose of this podcast series is to provide listeners with a wide breadth of information that will help them better understand interventional fellowships. With the overlap of specialties, PM&R residents are often left in a confusing situation. Included in this series is a number of interviews with various programs that are meant to help navigate and identify the decision points for pursuing an ACGME pain, NASS-recognized interventional spine and musculoskeletal medicine, or ACGME sports program for fellowship training.

For those interested in advancing their interventional training, you'll want to hear Dr. Benjamin Gill, DO, MBA from University of Missouri PM&R Program interview key figures within the field, fellowship directors, fellowship alums, and current fellows as they share their experiences and insights.

Include in this series are the following interviews:
  • D.J. Kennedy, MD from Vanderbilt University Medical Center PM&R Program
  • Casey A. Murphy, MD and Ethan S. Rault, MD from Louisiana State University
  • Zachary L McCormick, MD, Aaron M. Conger, DO, and Taylor R. Burnham, DO from the University of Utah
  • Jason M. Friedrich, MD , Dustin J.M. Anderson, MD, and Debbie Lee, MD from the University of Colorado
  • Jonathan S. Kirschner, MD, Roger Luo, MD, and Deirdre S. Rodericks, MD from the Hospital for Special Surgery
  • Jaymin Patel, MD, Anand B. Joshi, MD, MHA, and Chelsea D. Frost, MD, MS from Emory University
  • Sayed E. Wahezi, MD, Shayan Senthelal, MD, and Shiv H. Patel, MD  from Montefiore Medical Center 
  • Joshua H. Levin, MD, Patricia Z. Zheng, MD, and Manoj Mohan, DO from Stanford University
  • Danielle M. Perret, MD from the University of California (Irvine) 
  • Brian M. Bruel, MD and Ameet S. Nagpal, MD from the University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio UT

Interviews are still being conducted and will be added as they become available.
Summary
Availability: On-Demand
Cost: Member: $0.00
Non-Member: $10.00
Resident Member: $0.00
Resident Non-Member: $10.00
Credit Offered: No Credit Offered
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