The Medmastery Show - With Franz Wiesbauer Md

The Medmastery Show - With Franz Wiesbauer Md

Sinopse

Do you want to learn how to become a successful and happy MD? Yes? Well then this show is for you. Each week we bring you an inspiring person or message to help you unlock your full potential. Youll learn the career secrets of some of the most successful doctors in the world, how they got to where they are, how they learn, their attitudes, what they look for in a young physician and much, much more. We try to reveal the success strategies that no one ever teaches you in medical school. Youll learn how to get things done, how to save time, how to become a true expert, how to ask the right questions and how to be truly fulfilled in your practice of medicine. Your host - Franz Wiesbauer - is an internist with a specialisation in cardiology and a serial entrepreneur. He trained at the Medical University of Vienna and the Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore where he studied as a Fulbright student. He has dedicated his professional life to serving other doctors so they can become better at their craft, which will ultimately benefit their patients. You can find more of him on his companys website at www.medmastery.com.

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Episódios

  • Ep 14: Samuel Shem |Failure, creativity and life as a clinician
    Ep 14: Samuel Shem |Failure, creativity and life as a clinician
    Duração: 01h01min | 21/01/2017

    Have you read the novel “The House of God” by psychiatrist Samuel Shem? I read it when I was in medical school and it deeply influenced me.   The book tells a captivating story of what it’s like to be a Harvard resident with lots of humor, drama and wisdom.   I’ve had the great pleasure to interview Samuel Shem for you. In this conversation we cover lots of ground like: The best advice he ever got What his creative process looks like How he came up with the idea for The House of God How failure has set him up for success The quote he lives by And much, much more  

  • Ep 13: Dan Siegel |Mindsight
    Ep 13: Dan Siegel |Mindsight
    Duração: 56min | 10/10/2016

    Welcome to Episode 13 of the Medmastery Show. I hope you had a great summer and go with energy and inspiration into the new academic year. Inspiration and energy is what you’ll get from today’s interview. I promise you that. There are lots of nuggets of wisdom that you can apply and use in your own life. Today’s guest is Dr. Dan Siegel. He’s an internationally acclaimed psychiatrist and New York Times bestselling author. He received his medical degree from Harvard Medical School and then trained in pediatrics and psychiatry at UCLA. Dr. Siegel is an internationally acclaimed mindfulness expert and is known for his work on the new field of Interpersonal Neurobiology. You’ll learn more about it in the interview. He received many honors some of which include the UCLA psychiatry department's teaching award and several honorary fellowships for his work as director of UCLA's training program in child psychiatry. He is a Distinguished Fellow of the American Psychiatric Association and is the Executive Director of th

  • Ep 12: Judson Brewer | Mindfulness in Medicine
    Ep 12: Judson Brewer | Mindfulness in Medicine
    Duração: 51min | 25/08/2016

      Welcome to Episode 12 of the Medmastery Show. I’m super excited about today’s episode. First off - let me tell you, we’ve been super busy these last couple of weeks creating brand-new courses and workshops that will help you become the best clinician you can possibly be.   Some of these courses are already online some will be published in the upcoming months. So stay tune. But back to this episode:   Today’s guest is Judson Brewer MD an internationally acclaimed psychiatrist and mindfulness expert. His talks at TED and TEDMED on the use of mindfulness techniques in medicine have hit over 5 million views.   Dr. Brewer has developed and tested novel mindfulness programs for addiction, including both in-person and app­-based treatments.   In this interview, Judson explains how we can use mindfulness for ourselves and our patients to help us become happier and more fulfilled in our jobs and daily lives.   So without further ado, here’s Judson Brewer.   Among other things, we’ll cover:   What is mindfulness and

  • Ep 11: John Harper | Literature and Medicine
    Ep 11: John Harper | Literature and Medicine
    Duração: 48min | 02/03/2016

    Dr. Harper is the Chair of Cardiology, at the Presbyterian Dallas Hospital . He was voted “Best Doctor in Dallas” by D Magazine and according to the Guide to top Doctors is among the best doctors in America. His clinical interests include bedside cardiology, he used to be an intervent. cardiologist but is now focussing more on being a consultant and on intensive care, he’s a passionate teacher and spends roughly 1/3 of his time teaching residents and medical students at the University of Texas Soutwestern Medicalschool. In 2009 he launched a unique conference entitled “Literature and Medicine”. In this podcast, Dr. Harper will teach you how you can use literature in order to become a better doctor, a better storyteller, a more empathetic listener and much, much more. This is a unique conversation with lots of pieces of wisdom. I really enjoyed it and I hope you will too. So without further ado, here’s Dr. John Harper.

  • Ep 10: David Albert | Entrepreneurship in Medicine
    Ep 10: David Albert | Entrepreneurship in Medicine
    Duração: 56min | 15/07/2015

    Today’s guest is cardiologist inventor Dr. David Albert. Dr. Dave as he’s also called on Twitter is the founder of AliveCor a great company with a great product. In this interview you'll learn how to become an entrepreneur and inventor in medicine. Dr Albert shares great advice including: which team members you need to get your medical startup on track, what character traits he is looking for when hiring, and several more highly useful tips. About David Albert Dr Albert had a quite unusual career for a doctor. At med school he took a break to earn a degree in engineering and since then founded several companies like AliveCor, InnovAlarm and Lifetone Technology. His previous startups include Corazonix Corp and Data Critical that he both sold. Data Critical was actually sold to GE where he then worked between 2001 and 2004. At the end of his tenure there he was the Chief Clinical Scientist in Cardiology. Dr. Albert has 32 issued US patents, a large number pending patents and several new "secret inventions" in

  • Ep 9: Joseph Martin | A Life of Achievements in Medicine and Administration
    Ep 9: Joseph Martin | A Life of Achievements in Medicine and Administration
    Duração: 44min | 11/05/2015

    Today Franz is interviewing Dr. Joseph Martin. He's a neurologist and the former dean of Harvard Medical School. In this conversation, he shares several key insights from his roles as physician, educator, scientist and "politician". There are so many nuggets of wisdom in this coversation. We are super-excited to share this inspirational interview with you and would love to hear your thoughts in the comments section of our blog! About Joseph Martin   Born in Alberta, Canada in 1938, he went to the University of Alberta Medical School. Trained as a neurologist, he was appointed Chair of Neurology at McGill University in 1977 at the young age of 39. After that he became chief of the neurology service at Massachusetts General Hospital in 1978. At Harvard he established the Huntington’s Disease Center that eventually lead to the discovery of the gene for Huntington’s disease. In 1989 he became dean at UCSF School of Medicine and would later serve as the dean of Harvard Medical School between 1997 and 2007. Dr Mart

  • Ep 8: Pamela Douglas | Inspirational Advice from a Successful Female Cardiologist
    Ep 8: Pamela Douglas | Inspirational Advice from a Successful Female Cardiologist
    Duração: 31min | 09/04/2015

    We are really excited to present the first female guest in our show: Today's guest is Pamela Douglas, MD. She is the Ursula Geller Professor for Research in Cardiovascular Diseases at Duke University and Director of the Duke Clinical Research Institute’s Imaging Program. Dr. Douglas is internationally known for her scientific work in noninvasive imaging especially echocardiography. She’s the author of over 320 papers and over 30 national guidelines, she has previously served on the faculties of the University of Pennsylvania, Harvard University and the University of Wisconsin. She was chief of cardiovascular medicine at Duke University and the University of Wisconsin as well as President of the American College of Cardiology and the American Society of Echocardiography. In this interview we talk about what makes a good researcher and clinician and she gives advice to all female doctors and scientists on how to be successful. In this short interview (around 30 minutes) we talk about how to be happy and success

  • Ep 7: Bernhard J. Gersh | From failing first year at med school to Rhodes Scholarship
    Ep 7: Bernhard J. Gersh | From failing first year at med school to Rhodes Scholarship
    Duração: 35min | 27/03/2015

    Today's guest is Dr. Bernhard J. Gersh. He is the Professor of Medicine and past Chair of Cardiovascular Education at Mayo Medical School, as well as Consultant of Cardiovascular Diseases and Internal Medicine at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota. Born in Zambia, he went to highschool and medical school in South Africa. After medschool he received a Rhodes scholarship and went to Oxford where he did his PHD in anesthesiology. When he came back to SA, he started his training and learned the nuts and bolts of hands-on clinical cardiology. In 1978 he joined the Mayo Clinic to continue his training. He has remained in their faculty up until the present moment with a short break of 5 years that he spent in Georgetown University in Washington DC. He has been awarded many clinical honors and it’s no exaggeration to say that he’s one of the most renowned cardiologists in the world.   In this interview we're talking about Dr. Gersh's track record, how he evolved from having to repeat first year at medical school

  • Ep 6: Jonathan Sackner-Bernstein (Part II) | The Art Of Medical Mastery Continues
    Ep 6: Jonathan Sackner-Bernstein (Part II) | The Art Of Medical Mastery Continues
    Duração: 36min | 20/01/2015

    This is part II of my interview with cardiologist and TED speaker, Dr. Jonathan Sackner-Bernstein. In this interview, he reveals several insights on how to be successful within clinical medicine but also outside. In case you’ve missed part I - click this link where you can also access the show notes.  ----------- Here's a little bit of background on Jonathan: Today’s guest is Dr. Jonathan Sackner-Bernstein, a cardiologist by training with a background in electrical engineering. He has had an amazing career so far… After doing his internal medicine residency and cardiology fellowship at Mount Sinai in New York, he discovered his love for product development, which took him along a new and very interesting career path. Among other positions, he served as an advisor to the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and was invited by the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) to serve as a consultant to their new Biological Tactics Office. In a very inspiring TED talk at TEDx Brussels he discussed the fact th

  •  Ep 5: Jonathan Sackner-Bernstein | How To Become An Expert - The Art of Medical Mastery Revealed
    Ep 5: Jonathan Sackner-Bernstein | How To Become An Expert - The Art of Medical Mastery Revealed
    Duração: 47min | 14/01/2015

    Today’s guest is Dr. Jonathan Sackner-Bernstein, a cardiologist by training with a background in electrical engineering. He has had an amazing career so far… After doing his internal medicine residency and cardiology fellowship at Mount Sinai in New York, he discovered his love for product development, which took him along a new and very interesting career path. Among other positions, he served as an advisor to the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and was invited by the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) to serve as a consultant to their new Biological Tactics Office. In a very inspiring TED talk at TEDx Brussels he discussed the fact that it’s never too late to leave your dent in the universe. I highly recommend you watch the talk! A large portion of our interview is centering around the things he discussed in that talk: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0tSCdNmd4BM Make sure to go to our blog where you can access the show notes with links to all books and resources that were discussed during

  • Ep 4: Eugene Braunwald | Career Advice From A Cardiology Superstar
    Ep 4: Eugene Braunwald | Career Advice From A Cardiology Superstar
    Duração: 34min | 17/12/2014

    Today's guest is none other than Dr. Eugene Braunwald. He's the godfather of modern cardiology. Here are a couple of facts about him: According to Science Watch, he’s the most cited author in cardiology with over 1100 publications. He received countless awards and has worked with Nobel laureates like Andre Cournand. He’s the author of the seminal cardiology textbook "Braunwald’s Heart Disease".   He was the chief of cardiology at the National Heart, Lung and Blood institute. He founded the department of Medicine at the University of California, San Diego and chaired the department of medicine at Brigham and Women’s Hospital. And besides all his accomplishments, Dr. Braunwald is passionate about music and a real family man. In this interview, you will learn several important lessons like: The key mindset that will help you to be successful in research and patient care How Dr. Braunwald defines success The most important character traits in order to succeed in medicine Dr. Braunwald's must-read books for any

  • Ep 3: Antonio Gotto | A Life of Achievement in Cardiology
    Ep 3: Antonio Gotto | A Life of Achievement in Cardiology
    Duração: 22min | 11/12/2014

    Today's guest is yet another cardiology superstar. He's one of the founding fathers of modern lipid research. It's very likely that much of what you do as a clinician every day has been hugely influenced by this man’s research. Here are a couple of facts: He’s dean of Weill Medical College of Cornell University Previous to that he was chairman of the department of Internal Medicine at Baylor College of Medicine where he collaborated extensively with the world-renowned cardiac surgeon and innovator Michael DeBakey He was a Rhodes Scholar at Oxford University His main research focus is in lipids, he’s authored several landmark trials in this field including the seminal AFCAPS/TexCAPS study He was the National President of the American Heart Association and President of the International Arterosclerosis Society He’s a member of the Institute of Medicine and the American Academy of Arts and Sciences  He has received many honors and has published several books. A Pubmed search of his name yields over 600 publicat

  • Ep 2: Bryan Vartabedian | How to excel as a doctor in the digital age
    Ep 2: Bryan Vartabedian | How to excel as a doctor in the digital age
    Duração: 31min | 30/11/2014

    If you want to learn how to be successful as a clinician in the digital age, then you don't want to miss this 30 minute interview with my good friend Dr. Bryan Vartabedian. Here are a couple of facts about him: He's probably THE most influential physician blogger on the web His blog 33charts.com has been cited as an example of 21st century thought leadership and was recently chosen to be archived in its entirety in the National Library of Medicine He's a pediatrician gastroenterologist from Baylor College of Medicine He has over 21,000 followers on twitter (follow him at @Doctor_V) He's an advisor to Mayo Clinic's Center for Social Media He currently serves as a Visiting Professor at Rice University where he has co-taught Medicine in the Age of Networked Intelligence And the list of accomplishments goes on and on In this interview we'll uncover several nuggets of wisdom like: How medical students can build a brand for themselves What are some key mindsets that will help you to be successful and happy as a

  • Ep 1: Eric Topol | The Success Secrets of a Cardiology Icon
    Ep 1: Eric Topol | The Success Secrets of a Cardiology Icon
    Duração: 32min | 19/11/2014

    Today’s guest is none other than cardiology superstar Eric Topol MD. He’s the Chief Academic Officer of Scripps Health, Director of the Scripps Translational Science Institute, Editor in Chief of Medscape and theheart.org, he’s the The Gary and Mary West Chair of Innovative Medicine, and co-founder of the West Wireless Health Institute to name just a few. At the young age of 36, Eric Topol was named Chairman of Cardiovascular Medicine at the Cleveland Clinic where he helped to catapult the institution into the leading ranks of the field. Eric has received so many honors that it’s beyond the scope of this post to list them all. This is just a short excerpt: He was named Doctor of the Decade by the Institute for Scientific Information. In 2012 the journal „Modern Healthcare“ ranked him as the most influential physician executive in the US. In 2009 GQ magazine elected Eric to be one of 12 physcician rockstars. He was elected into the Institute of  Medicine by the National Academy of Science and the list goes on

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