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Residents in a Room is the American Society of Anesthesiologists’ podcast series for residents, by residents, featuring anesthesiologists-in-training from across the country putting it all out there, discussing their hopes, fears and expectations for residency and beyond.
 
Central Line, the official podcast series of the American Society of Anesthesiologists, edited by Dr. Adam Striker, features leaders in the field of anesthesiology discussing a variety of challenges and opportunities vital to the practice and profession.
 
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Residents Anna Eid, Kimberly Aut, and Christy Henderson interview Drs. Muhammad Farooq Anwar, who did a fellowship, and Brittany Reardon, who did not, about the pros and cons of fellowship. Listen in as they discuss their personal paths, reflect on what they’ve learned, and share their best advice. Recorded January 2023.…
 
As the anesthesiology market evolves, building value is more essential than ever. Dr. Adam Striker discusses strategies for communicating your value with Dr. Phillip Richardson and Shena Scott from ASA’s Committee on Practice Management. Listen to their tips on creating value propositions, responding to RFPs, maximizing performance metrics, and acc…
 
Dr. Lalitha Sundararaman, guest editor of the February ASA Monitor, speaks with Dr. Adam Striker about patient and provider diversity. The wide-ranging discussion touches on what health care inequities look like, how to practice cultural humility, language discordance, caring for transgender patients, gender disparities, and more. Recorded January …
 
Dr. Eric Reilly returns with fellow residents Drs. Erica Bolz, Sheridan Markatos, and Jessica Zhang to discuss patient safety and quality improvement initiatives. The residents share patient safety and near miss experiences, consider what is and isn’t working in hospitals and medical schools, and discuss how their clinical practices have been impac…
 
In this special episode of Central Line, ASA’s immediate past president, Dr. Randall Clark, and new president, Dr. Michael Champeau, discuss their personal paths to leadership, the role of mentorship, external challenges facing the specialty of anesthesiology, and more. Recorded November 2022.Di American Society of Anesthesiologists
 
Dr. Talmage Egan talks to Dr. Adam Striker about why being an anesthesiologist requires the mind of an internist, the hands of a surgeon, and the heart of a psychiatrist—and why medical students should care—in this Inside the Monitor themed episode on the breadth, depth, and rewards of a career in anesthesiology. Recorded December 2022.…
 
Join Dr. Eric Reilly as he discusses clinical decision making with fellow residents, Drs. John Yousef, Sheridan Markatos, and Erica Bolz. From clinical and communications practices worth emulating to coping with bad days in the OR, residents share their discoveries, worries, and advice. Recorded July 2022.…
 
Drs. Tina McKay and Zhongcong Xie discuss delirium biomarkers with Dr. Adam Striker. Learn about the latest research, the practical implications for patient safety, the connection between delirium biomarkers and Alzheimer’s disease, and more. Recorded November 2022. This podcast episode was developed in collaboration with the Committee on Geriatric…
 
‘Tis the season for gratitude, so Dr. Adam Striker shines a light on giving thanks with Dr. Muhammad Rafique, guest editor of the December ASA Monitor. Dr. Rafique shares his thoughts on why gratitude matters, what it looks like, and how we can all be more intentionally grateful. Recorded November 2022.…
 
Recorded as ASA’s annual meeting, Dr. Adam Milam discusses journals and journal clubs with residents Drs. Aaron Brussels, Emily Griffin, Andrea Rivero, and Jennifer Lee along with fellow attending, Dr. John Patton. Guests share thoughts on how to make the most of journal clubs, the value of social media, various paths to publication, and more. Reco…
 
Recorded in front of a live audience at ANESTHESIOLOGY 2022 in New Orleans, Dr. Jed Wolpaw, host of the popular ACCRAC podcast, interviews Dr. Jesse Ehrenfeld, president elect of the American Medical Association. Listen in as this high-energy conversation explores Dr. Ehrenfeld’s career path, challenges the specialty faces, the possibilities of AI,…
 
Recorded in front of a live audience at ANESTHESIOLOGY 2022 in New Orleans, Dr. Jed Wolpaw, host of the popular ACCRAC podcast, interviews Dr. Jesse Ehrenfeld, president elect of the American Medical Association. Listen in as this high-energy conversation explores Dr. Ehrenfeld’s career path, challenges the specialty faces, the possibilities of AI,…
 
Presented in front of a live audience at ANESTHESOLOGY 2022 in New Orleans, this panel explores the value of professional societies today and how they’re preparing for the future. Dr. Adam Striker and guests Drs. Kenneth Moran, Richa Taneja, and Eugene Viscusi discuss the value of ASA, the role of subspecialty and state societies, and purposeful ta…
 
Dr. Adam Striker dives into the timely topic of workforce hot buttons with Dr. Mary Dale Peterson, guest editor of the November ASA Monitor. Hear Dr. Peterson’s thoughts on what’s driving the imbalance in supply and demand and the various long term, and short term, solutions for growing the anesthesia workforce. Recorded October 2022.…
 
Dr. Adam Striker discusses pediatric pain scales with Dr. Sara Robertson, a member of the ACE editorial board who contributed to the 19B issue. Listen in as they consider the challenges of understanding pain in pediatric patients, the applicability of various self-report and observational pain scales, and the limitations of pain assessment. Recorde…
 
In this special sponsor-hosted episode, Dr. Mark Hylton—now in his second year as an attending—interviews his more senior NAPA colleagues, Drs. Caroline Columbres and Ronald S. Bank, about their personal journeys in anesthesiology. The conversation explores tips for transitioning from residency to practice, pitfalls to avoid in your early career, a…
 
Dr. Sam Page, guest editor of the October ASA Monitor, joins Dr. Adam Striker to discuss why advocacy is important, the many ways anesthesiologists can advocate for the specialty, the role of partnerships in addressing shared interest, and state and national efforts to advance the practice.Di American Society of Anesthesiologists
 
Dr. Jannicke Mellin-Olsen, past president of the World Federation of Societies of Anesthesiologists, joins Dr. Striker to talk about World Patient Safety Day and patient safety more broadly. Dr. Mellin-Olsen shares her story, thoughts on how anesthesiologists can make a difference, medication safety tips, information about World Patient Safety Day’…
 
Recorded at ASA’s recent board meeting in Chicago, Dr. Justin Yuan, outgoing president of the ASA Resident Component, discusses the ins and outs of specialty society involvement with the component’s incoming president, Dr. Eric Reilly, and Natalie Koons, president of the ASA Medical Student Component. The conversation touches on what they get out o…
 
Dr. Steven Shafer returns to discuss how and when reporting systems may be weaponized, the topic of the September issue of ASA’s Monitor, with Dr. Adam Striker. The discussion touches on the pros and cons of anonymous reporting, how institutions can ensure robust patient safety reporting while minimizing conflict and abuse, and the role training an…
 
Drs. Adam Striker and William McNiece explore the history of anesthesiology and the role of the Wood Library-Museum of Anesthesiology (WLM) in collecting, preserving, and sharing that history. Learn about the discovery of anesthesia, some of the specialty’s famous patients (including a gorilla named Jenny), and how the WLM supports anesthesiology t…
 
Dr. Randall Yale leads further discussion with fellow residents, Drs. Alex Dao, Allie Taylor, and Aakash Saxena, about how they plan to excel once they settle into their future careers. From how they’ll spend and manage money, to how they’ll handle the transition from supervisee to supervisor, to how they expect to grow their leadership skills. Rec…
 
Dr. Adam Striker takes the hot seat in this upside-down episode. Learn what drew Dr. Striker to pediatric cardiac anesthesiology, how his work with the Communications Committee has inspired him, and which Central Line guests and topics truly moved him as he answers Dr. Brooke Trainer’s questions. Recorded July 2022.…
 
Dr. Striker discusses infection control in the perioperative period with Dr. Kumar Belani,co-guest editor of the ASA Monitor’s August issue. Listen as they discuss the role of anesthesiologists in preventing infections and reducing post-operative infections, the specifics of hand hygiene and disposables, best practices for mitigating COVID transmis…
 
Dr. Randall Yale speaks with Drs. Allie Taylor, Alex Dao, and Aakash Saxena about their future careers in anesthesiology. Hear what they worry about, what they look forward to, and what they’ve learned from peers and mentors about career paths in anesthesiology. Recorded April 2022.Di American Society of Anesthesiologists
 
Mother and daughter anesthesiologists, Drs. Susan and Allie Taylor, join Dr. Striker to discuss how family and career intersect, how the specialty continues to evolve, and the role of gender in the workplace across generations. Recorded June 2022.Di American Society of Anesthesiologists
 
In this Inside the Monitor episode, Dr. Adam Striker discusses airway management, the topic of July’s ASA Monitor, with guest editor, Dr. Muhammad Rafique. Learn about the history and future of airway management, the unique challenges of pediatric and ICU airway management, and how airway management guidelines differ across the globe. Recorded June…
 
Recorded at ASA’s Legislative Conference, Dr. Katherine Mills leads a conversation with Drs. Lydiesther Martinez, Felipe Perez, Caroline Phillips, and Dev Vyas about the role of advocacy during residency and beyond. Listen in as they share the personal stories that animate their advocacy efforts, pass on tips for getting involved, consider the role…
 
Dr. Jennifer Lucero shares her lived experience as a Mexican, indigenous woman with Dr. Striker in this thoughtful and informative episode exploring the different ways racism and bias have shaped health care and impacted the specialty. This no holds barred discussion touches on how marginalization, group-based hierarchy, in-group favoritism, and so…
 
Dr. Girish Joshi, guest editor of June’s ASA Monitor, joins Dr. Adam Striker for this wide-ranging discussion of ambulatory anesthesia and non-operating room anesthesia (NORA). They touch on patient safety concerns, the growing importance of patient communications, the impacts of COVID, technological advances, and more. Recorded May 2022.…
 
In this special episode, we interviewed attendees of ASA’s Legislative Conference who joined a leadership spokesperson training session to find out what drives them and what they’ll take away from the conference and spokesperson training. Listen in as Drs. Sharon Ashley, Kevin Beitz, Arianna Cook, Elisa Lund, Lydiesther Martinez, Zelle Ndika, Andre…
 
Listen in as Dr. Adam Striker interviews Dr. Stacy Jones, Co-Editor in Chief of ACE, about alpha-gal allergies. Find out what red meat, tick bites, and geography tell us about alpha-gal allergies and what anesthesiologists should know to keep patients safe. Recorded April 2022.Di American Society of Anesthesiologists
 
Drs. Tinevez, Desai, Petravick, Dhargalkar, Grigoryan and Aravagiri consider the various human changes the specialty has grappled with in recent decades. The growing diversity of patient and provider populations, the expanding role of anesthesiologists within health care systems, the evolving expectations of residents, and more are explored in this…
 
Listen in as Drs. Adam Striker and Lilian Kanai, guest editor of May’s ASA Monitor special section, dive into the topic of practice management. From the role of branding and affability to the shift toward Revenue Cycle Management and employment models, this exploration of practice management and anesthesiology informs and entertains. Recorded April…
 
Drs. Laura Berenstain and Crystal Wright join Dr. Adam Striker to discuss ASA’s new Leadership Academy. Listen in as they consider what it means to be a leader, the skillsets of leaders and how they’re acquired, the role of mentorship, what to expect from the Society’s innovative approach to leadership education, and more. Recorded March 2022.…
 
Dr. Dillon Tinevez discusses how technological changes have impacted the practice of anesthesiology with fellow residents Drs. Shyam Desai, Mike Petravick, Janhavi Dhargalkar, Artush Grigoryan and Kannan Aravagiri. From apps and wearable technology to learning curves and evolving skill sets, guests consider the many ways technology has shaped anest…
 
Incident Command Systems take center stage as Dr. Adam Striker interviews Dr. Stacey Watt, guest editor of April’s ASA Monitor. From the active shooter experience that drove her to gain expertise in emergency response systems to the wildfire that led to the development of Incident Command Systems and the many reasons anesthesiologists are well-posi…
 
Dr. Adam Striker takes us behind the scenes with Dr. Zachary Deutch, editor of the ASA Monitor’s Ask the Expert column. From what inspired Dr. Deutch to start the column to his favorite take-aways, topics, and plans for the future, this episode sheds light on the specialty’s deep bench of experts and the many important questions in the world of ane…
 
Recorded at ADVANCE 2022, the conversation on employment contracts, and what residents should know, continues. Listen in as Drs. Nupur Dua, Ryker Saunders, Nathaniel Sugiyama, Eric Reilly, and Andres De Lima ask questions of guest Judy Semo, an attorney specializing in health care law, and the episode host, Dr. Molly Kraus. From the value of legal …
 
Manny Bonilla, ASA’s Chief Advocacy Officer, joins Dr. Adam Striker to discuss the implementation of the federal No Surprises Act. Find out what anesthesiologists should know and do, why ASA filed a recent lawsuit, and how the Independent Resolution Process is rolling out. Recorded February 2022.Di American Society of Anesthesiologists
 
Dr. Adam Striker welcomes Dr. James West, Chair of ASA’s Committee on Ethics and guest editor of the ASA Monitor’s February special section on Ethics in Challenging Times. Listen in as they discuss ASA’s Guidelines for the Ethical Practice of Anesthesiology and consider the ethics of Do Not Resuscitate orders, vaccine mandates, perioperative consen…
 
Residents turn the tables in this episode, asking questions of host Dr. Molly Kraus and guest Judy Semo, an attorney specializing in health care law, as well as physician and practice representation. Recorded At ADVANCE 2022: The Anesthesiology Business Event, Drs. Nupur Dua, Ryker Saunders, Nathaniel Sugiyama, Eric Reilly and Andres De Lima quiz t…
 
Dr. Patrick Guffey, Medical Director and Chair of the Anesthesia Quality Institute’s (AQI) Incident Reporting Committee, speaks with Dr. Adam Striker about patient safety, quality data, and the AIRS registry. Find out how AIRS started, what it aims to achieve, and how the data is used. Recorded January 2022.…
 
Dr. Adam Striker hosts Dr. Kraig de Lanzac, ASA’s Assistant Secretary and the former Chair of the Committee on Communications, a title Dr. Striker now holds, for a spirited discussion about improving patient communications. Listen in as they discuss key initiatives like the Made for This Moment campaign and ASA’s new Enhancing Patient Communication…
 
Dr. Steve Shafer, The ASA Monitor’s Editor-in-Chief, returns to speak with Dr. Adam Striker about the state of the pandemic and what to expect in 2022. The anesthetic implications of elective surgery in COVID recovered patients, the risks of coinfections, and the pandemic’s impact on anesthesiology’s workforce are considered in this thorough conver…
 
Dr. Elizabeth Malinzak gets real about burnout with Drs. Ryan Barrera, Michael Martinez, and Harrison Plunkett. Guests share their fears, pandemic experiences, and institutional practices as well as pass along the unexpected resources they rely on for self-care. Recorded October 2021Di American Society of Anesthesiologists
 
Dr. Franklin Chiao, member of ASA’s Professional Liability Committee, joins Dr. Adam Striker to discuss the role of liability insurance, how social media can impact liability, patient responsibilities, best practices for limiting liability risks, and more in this episode exploring the risks and realities of professional liability. Recorded April 20…
 
Dr. Elizabeth Malinzak hosts Drs. Michael Martinez, Ryan Barrera, and Harrison Plunket for a deep dive into the topic of work-life balance. Find out how they blend career and family, tactics and resources that help them succeed, and why aiming for “harmony” over “balance” may be a more achievable goal. Recorded October 2021.…
 
Dr. Adam Striker talks to Dr. Christopher Steel, Chair of ASA’s PSH Implementation Guide Workgroup, and Dr. Jeff Angel, AAOS representative to ASA’s PSH Steering Committee, about their experiences working together to implement a PSH model in their hospital. Find out how the PSH can help patients, staff, and anesthesiologists’ bottom lines—and how t…
 
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