Interview with a Pedipod
Christine Ho and Amy McIntosh, Oct 2020

Christine Ho and Amy McIntosh, Oct 2020

October 24, 2020

Nick Fletcher speaks with Dr. McIntosh of TSRH and Dr. Ho of Children's Health in Dallas. They discuss their backgrounds, careers, balancing home life with work, being women in orthopedics, and more. Produced by Nick Fletcher and Carter Clement. Music by Christian Bjoerklund.

Dr. Lawrence Lenke, Aug 2020

Dr. Lawrence Lenke, Aug 2020

August 10, 2020

Nick Fletcher speaks with Dr. Lenke of Columbia University to discuss Dr. Lenke's career, how he developed the skills for extremely complex spine surgery, how he handles complications, his philosophies on education, what the future of spine surgery may look like, and much more. Produced by Nick Fletcher and Carter Clement. Music by Christian Bjoerklund.

Dr. Mininder Kocher, June 2020

Dr. Mininder Kocher, June 2020

July 1, 2020

Nick Fletcher interviews Mininder Kocher, Chief of Sports Medicine at Boston Children's and future POSNA president. They discuss changing trends in orthopedics like OCD management, the value of advanced degrees, the importance of peer mentors, strategies for building a research career, and much more. Produced by Nick Fletcher and Carter Clement. Music by Christian Bjoerklund.

2020 POSNA Young Member Forum

2020 POSNA Young Member Forum

May 13, 2020

The Arabella Leet Memorial Young Member Forum from the 2020 POSNA Virtual Annual Meeting is chaired by Megan Johnson from Vanderbilt. Featured speakers include Stephen Albanese of SUNY Upstate, Margaret Siobhan Murphy-Zane of Children's Hospital Colorado, David Skaggs of CHLA, Michelle Caird of Michigan, Amy McIntosh of TSRH, and Jack Flynn of CHOP. Your host is Craig Louer of UNC. Music by A.A. Aalto.

Dr. Noelle Larson, May 2020

Dr. Noelle Larson, May 2020

May 6, 2020

Nick Fletcher interviews his former co-fellow, Noelle Larson of Mayo Clinic. They cover her upbringing, her career and mentors, what she's learned while running orthopaedic RCT's, how industry and EMR's could improve the future of orthopaedic research, juggling a busy academic career with raising children, and more. Produced by Nick Fletcher and Carter Clement. Music by Christian Bjoerklund.

Dr. Will Mackenzie, Mar 2020

Dr. Will Mackenzie, Mar 2020

March 27, 2020

Nick Fletcher interviews Will Mackenzie, Chairman of Orthopedics at Nemours. Their conversation focuses on the process of building multidisciplinary care for patients with skeletal dysplasias and other complex syndromes. They discuss Dr. Mackenzie's career progression, views on fellow education, working with his son, and more. Produced by Nick Fletcher and Carter Clement. Music by Christian Bjoerklund.

Dr. Jack Flynn, Mar 2020

Dr. Jack Flynn, Mar 2020

March 9, 2020

Nick Fletcher interviews Jack Flynn, Chief of Orthopaedics at CHOP. Focusing on leadership, their conversation covers Dr. Flynn's upbringing, management pearls, balancing work with family and wellness, 2nd victim syndrome, and more. Produced by Nick Fletcher and Carter Clement. Music by Christian Bjoerklund.

Dr. Todd Milbrandt, Jan 2020

Dr. Todd Milbrandt, Jan 2020

January 20, 2020

Nick Fletcher interviews Dr. Milbrandt of Mayo Clinic. They cover Dr. Milbrandt's career progression, the peer review process, the future of orthopaedic education, how to succeed in professional societies, and more. Produced by Nick Fletcher and Carter Clement. Music by Christian Bjoerklund.

Dr. Kishore Mulpari, Dec 2019

Dr. Kishore Mulpari, Dec 2019

December 21, 2019

Dr. Kishore Mulpuri of British Columbia Children's Hospital is interviewed by Dr. Rubini Pathy, a representative of POSNA's Resident Communications Committee and attending surgeon at the Shriner's Hospital in Springfield, MA. The two surgeons discuss Dr. Mulpuri's philosophies on education, innovation in research, prioritizing family, and the privilege of being a pediatric orthopedist. Music by Christian Bjoerklund.

Dr. Jonathan Schoenecker, Part 2

Dr. Jonathan Schoenecker, Part 2

November 16, 2019

Nick Fletcher interviews Dr. Schoenecker of Vanderbilt in Part 2 of a 2-part series. They cover how Dr. Schoenecker's balances career and family, why he believes basic science research is more valuable than many people realize, his famous powerpoint presentations, the future or medical education, and even some book recommendations. Music by Christian Bjoerklund.

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