Episode #37: On Whatever Career Path You Choose, #FindYourTribe (Scrubs & Heels is focused on empowering women in GI)

Two out of five GI fellows are women but account for less 18 percent of practicing gastroenterologists, and the number of women in leadership positions is even lower. Dr. Anita Afzali and Dr. Aline Charabaty share their experience in gastroenterology with host Lisa Mathew and discuss their plans to address some of the challenges women face in medicine .

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Episode #36: We’re Recording Live at DDW! (mergers, policy advocacy, GI fellowships and more…)

While at Digestive Disease Week last month, Dr. Michael Weinstein sat down to record a live interview with Dr. Nadeem Baig, vice president and chief medical officer of Allied Digestive Health in New Jersey.

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Episode #35: Long-Haul Truckers May be at Greater Risk for CRC (education is the key to increasing screening rates)

Dr. Michael Weinstein talks with Ellen Brooks of the Men’s Health Inequities (MHI) Research Lab at the University of Utah School of Medicine, who is a co-author of a new study on the prevalence of colorectal cancer (CRC) among long-haul truck drivers.

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Episode #34: Innovation is not Only About Technology (how do we use our resources to care for people effectively?)

Kevin Harlen interviews fellow Tar Heel Dr. Spencer Dorn about innovation in health care and several start up companies that are changing the way GI physicians treat and monitor patients.

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