E128 Helen Pham on Australian surgical training programs and advice for starting residency


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Podcast transcript: https://www.canjsurg.ca/content/e128-helen-pham-australian-surgical-training-programs-and-advice-starting-residency A big welcome to all the new resident starting this week on their journeys to become physicians and surgeons. To help you on the journey, we caught up with Dr. Helen Pham. Dr. Pham is a clinical associate lecturer at the University of Sydney and is the current HPB fellow at the University of Calgary. Dr. Pham shared with us some of the differences in training paradigms for surgical programs between Canada and Australia, and also gave us her invaluable advice for new trainees. We would love to hear your tips – what do you wish you knew when you were starting out as a PGY1? Email us at podcast.cjs@gmail.com or tweet at us @CanJSurg. Links: 1. Dr. Pham's notes, textbook recommendations: https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1x-QJxNi6T-p5EgNy4ChwImmn2KtzlSAN?usp=sharing 2. QxMD: https://read.qxmd.com/ 3. 100 years of surgical education: the past, present, and future. https://bulletin.facs.org/2013/07/100-years-of-surgical-education/ 4. Five things they don’t teach you in medical school. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5042714/ Bio: Dr. Helen Pham is an HPB fellow at the University of Calgary. She was previously the Clinical Superintendent of Surgery at Westmead Hospital. She has a number of publications in liver and pancreatic surgery.

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