E129 Paul McBeth on Engineering and Surgery


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Podcast transcript: https://www.canjsurg.ca/content/e129-paul-mcbeth-engineering-and-surgery This week we heard from Dr. Paul McBeth, intensivist and trauma surgeon at the University of Calgary. Dr. McBeth combines his unique engineering background with surgery, and shared his insights on how we all might use an engineering mindset to discover new ways of looking at old problems. Links: 1. Robotics in neurosurgery. https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/15476655/ 2. Cost-effective remote iPhone-teathered telementored trauma telesonography. https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/21150536/ Bio: Dr. Paul McBeth is a Clinical Associate Professor in the Departments of Surgery and Critical Care Medicine at the University of Calgary. He began his career as an engineer with post graduate training in surgical robotics and human performance evaluation. He participated in the design and development of Project neuroArm: an image-guided neurosurgical robot system. During his medical training he continued to develop his research interests in robotics and remote ultrasound. Dr. McBeth completed post graduate training in General Surgery at the University of Calgary with sub-specialty training in Critical Care Medicine at the University of British Columbia and Trauma Surgery at the Elvis Presley Memorial Trauma Centre in Memphis, Tennessee. Dr. McBeth also holds an Adjunct position at the Schulich School of Engineering, University of Calgary where he is involved the a number of technology development projects. He has over 75 peer-reviewed publications and is currently leading a research program supporting intelligent systems monitoring for pre-hospital transport of critically ill patients.

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