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Doctors On Social Media Teach Podcasting

 

TOPIC:

Editing Tips For Podcasts (Dos and Don’ts)

 

HOST:

Taylor Brana Podcasting

Dr. Taylor Brana teaches about the nuances of having an enticing conversation, and brings on Drs. Bradley Block & Colin Zhu as show guests, to enrich the dispensed advice.

 

GUESTS:

With more than four decades of bedside practice as a general and vascular surgeon, Dr. Cook is a well-respected clinician, educator, and organizational leader. He holds certifications from the American Board of Surgery and the American Board of Preventive Medicine in the Undersea and Hyperbaric Medicine subspecialty, as well as certifications from the American Professional Wound Care Association and the American Board of Wound Management. He is a Fellow of the American College of Surgeons and the Southeastern Surgical Congress, and formerly served as a designated medical examiner for the Federal Aviation Administration.

In addition to many years of clinical experience, he has also succeeded in multiple practice settings from solo practitioner to small single specialty group to large multispecialty clinic. During those clinical years, he was actively involved in the management and leadership structure, serving as Chairman of the Department of Surgery for Jackson Hospital in Montgomery, Alabama, as well as President of the Medical Staff and member of the hospital’s Board of Trustees. Upon leaving surgery, he served as the medical director of the Jackson Wound & Hyperbaric Medicine Center, and as a Zone Medical Director for Healogics, Inc., the largest wound care provider in the country, Dr. Cook oversaw wound care and hyperbaric medicine practices over a five state region in the southeastern U.S. He also served on the Board of Directors for The American Board of Wound Management and the American Professional Wound Care Association.

Dr. Cook served as Chairman of the Education Committee for the Wound Healing Society and was a member of the Physician Exam Committee for the American Board of Wound Management where he developed examination criteria that established the standard for national certification. As a Physician Training Faculty member for Healogics, Inc., Randy trained physicians and mid-level providers in the science of wound care and hyperbaric medicine, treatment modalities, and practice requirements within outpatient treatment centers, hospital inpatient departments, and post-acute care facilities. His efforts in this area helped mold a generation of medical care providers.

The many years of clinical, managerial, and leadership experience have provided Dr. Cook with invaluable insight into the practice of medicine and medical practice management. Today he is an Executive Physician Coach for MD Coaches and the host of RX for Success podcast.

Dr. Christopher Loo is a physician who became financially free at the age of 29, and retired early at the age of 38, as a result of making strategic investments after the 2008 financial crisis. A graduate of the MD-PhD program offered jointly through the Baylor College of Medicine and Department of Bioengineering at Rice University, he is the author of “How I Quit My Lucrative Career and Achieved Financial Freedom Using Real Estate”, and is the host of the Financial Freedom for Physicians Podcast. He is a regular contributor to KevinMD and has spoken about the importance of financial literacy for Passive Income MD, the White Coat Investor, Board Vitals, SEAK Non-Clinical Careers, SoMe Docs, Doximity, Medpage Today, FinCon, and other high-profile financial brands geared towards high-income professionals. He can be followed on Twitter @drchrisloomdphd, Instagram @thereal_drchrisloo, YouTube @Christopher H. Loo, MD-PhD, LinkedIn, as well as his Financial Freedom for Physicians Podcast

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