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Radiology Grand Rounds - Shared screen with speaker view
tricia hatcliff
39:55
Please be sure to text your attendance to 34663 to 844-560-1904.
payam
47:23
we'll just wait a few minutes to let everyone join
Eric Keller
48:47
Sounds like a plan!
Rusty Hofmann, MD
49:34
Good Luck Eric!!
Eric Keller
50:48
Nothing like a little medical anthropology to round off the week
Lola
51:11
Indeed!
Phil Cheung
52:19
Love it sir
payam
52:44
could anyone hear me?
Kathryn Stevens
52:54
No
Phil Cheung
52:55
I did not
peter poullos
52:56
no
tricia hatcliff
52:56
no
Audrey
52:57
excited to hear your talk Eric!!
karyn chappell
53:03
no
heikedaldrup-link
53:06
no
Vol Van Dalsem
53:09
can’t bear a thing.
hnadel
53:10
Can’t hear anything yet
nancyfischbein
53:11
Are we supposed to hear something now? Good luck Eric!!
Kathryn Stevens
53:26
Could hear Eric earlier
donald frush
53:36
I cant hear presentation
Sandy Napel
53:39
No I hear something!
peter poullos
53:42
hey!
hnadel
53:45
Now can hear
Larry Chow
01:36:40
Great talk, Eric!
audrey
01:36:40
Incredible job Eric!
VHAPALChakrA
01:36:40
awesome talk!
Wil G
01:36:48
thanks Eric!!
Linda Morimoto
01:36:59
Thank you, Eric!
tsdesser
01:37:01
Fantastic talk, Eric! This should be a plenary at RSNA!!
Lola
01:37:01
Awesome and fascinating talk Eric!!!
Preethi
01:37:05
excellent and eye opening talk!
bryan lanzman
01:37:06
Great talk, thanks!
nancyfischbein
01:37:08
you put in words what I have observed many times over the years. I so agree w you on your points about communciation
Chandan Misra
01:37:21
Excellent talk!
David Wang
01:37:31
Yes, great talk!
Ryan Brunsing
01:37:37
Fantastic. I second the call for an RSNA plenary!
daniel sze
01:38:04
Bam! Drop the mike! What do you think about IR/DR residents being required to do rotations in vascular surgery, ICU, etc?
David Hovsepian
01:38:49
Comment: Having residents and fellows participate in tumor boards and multidisciplinary clinics is vital to appreciating the cultures of other subspecialties.
Kristen Bird
01:39:07
great talk, Eric!!
drward
01:39:10
second that!
drward
01:40:01
second that…tumor boards and md clinics importante
Rusty Hofmann, MD
01:41:20
Physicians are trained “to be right’. But in personal interactions I think the motto “do you want to be right or do you want to be effectivce/successful”….do you have any thoughts on this?
Phil Cheung
01:42:36
Agree, need the opportunity to work closely with other specialties (from my open to interaction point of view)
Beth Martin-Kool
01:44:34
Exceptionally helpful at multiple levels. I’ll take back to my division (Hematology)
Eric Keller
01:44:48
Thanks everyone!
Sarah Pittman
01:44:49
Fantastic talk, Eric!
Kristina Michaudet’s iPhone
01:44:53
Thank you Dr. Keller!
AC
01:45:13
Really enjoyed the talk Eric. Great job.