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Videos associated with past APSA annual meetings can be found here.
Gun Violence PED trailer from the APSA Health Policy and Advocacy committee
Drs. Kathryn Bass, Peter Masiakos,Richard Carmona, Denise Lillviss, Bindi Naik-Mathuria, Chethan Sathya, Joseph Sakran, Marion C.W. Henry, and Ms. Robin Cogan discuss strategies for gun violence prevention.
Three part series on Pediatric Surgery, Education, Disruption (PED)
Episode 1 Gun Violence Education and Prevention
Episode 2 Gun Violence In America
Episode 3 Gun Violence as a Public Health Issue
APSTPD Bootcamp 2020
The Association of Pediatric Surgery Training Program Directors (APSTPD) with the assistance of Tammy Tankersley, Program Manager at Vanderbilt Children’s Hospital, organized the 2020 Pediatric Surgery Bootcamp Virtual Curriculum around Pediatric Surgery Milestones. GlobalCastMD (Cleveland, OH) facilitated recording, editing, organization, and live streaming via Zoom (Zoom Video Communications, Inc., San Jose, CA) of all course content over a single day. Moderators: Drs Robert Baird and Harold Lovvorn
Drs Brian Hickner and Bindi Naik-Mathuria display the technique for muscle sparing thoracotomy.
Recognizing and Responding to Implicit Bias from the APSA Diversity, Equity and Inclusion committee.
Drs. Quinn Capers, Kathryn Martin, Sabina Siddiqui, Hanna Alemayehu, Hira Ahmad, Kanika Bowen-Jallow and Numa Perez discuss how to recogize and avoid implicit bias.
Speaker: Jessica Halem
Undescended Testes from the APSA Education Committee
Dr Pam Choi presents a Practicing Surgeons Curriculum on Undescended Testes
Episode 1 Management of Undescended Testes
Episode 2 Antibiotic Stewardship
Episode 3 Isotonic Maintenance Fluids
Episode 5 Gas Embolism in Neonatal Laparoscopy
Hirschsprung Disease Nuances of Care Series
Drs Jacob Langer, Allan Goldstein, Jason Frischer, Luis De La Torre, Marc Levitt, Casey Calkins, Timothy Lee, Grace Mak, Megan Fuller, Megan Durham
Episode 4 Long-Segment Hirschsprung Disease Review
Moral Injury from the APSA Wellness committee
Dr. Mary Brandt discusses moral injury for the American College of Surgeons Leadership summit.
Three part series on Peer Support and how this helps surgeons recover after an adverse patient outcome
Episode 1 Moral Distress and Peer Support
Episode 3 How to Conduct a Peer Support Encounter
Click to learn more and access APSA Peer Support Program, if you would like to refer yourself or a friend/colleague for peer support
Three part series on Moral Distress from the APSA Ethics and Wellness committees
Episode 1 What is Moral Distress
Episode 2 Moral Distress Rounds
Episode 3 Moral Distress: Self Compassion
Moral Distress and the Pediatric Surgeon- Providing Tools for Moral Resilience
Dr. Brandt and Molly Booker discuss suicide.