Really Rural Surgery is an educational medical podcast series. The show’s intention is to analyze relevant surgical studies in the context of rural surgery. While its intended audience is Enhanced Surgical Skills family physicians, the content is relevant to anyone participating in surgery in rural and remote areas.
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Really Rural Surgery is hosted and produced by Dr. Bret Batchelor, an Enhanced Surgical Skills (ESS) family physician practicing in Vanderhoof, BC.
Each podcast features Dr. Batchelor and/or a guest discussing recent articles relating to surgical practices. Links to articles will be provided with each episode. If you want to add to the conversation about a specific podcast (or disagree with it completely), leave a comment.
The information provided in the Really Rural Surgery podcast is presented for educational purposes for medical learners and physicians, and should not be construed as or applied as diagnostic and/or treatment information for patients. The goal of Really Rural Surgery is to provide general information about rural surgical issues and techniques to medical practitioners, and to foster discussion of the same. It is not an accredited offering for CME/CPD certification for medical practice in Canada.
During the conversations in these podcast, commercial tools and/or supplies may be discussed. Dr. Batchelor and his guests do not have a relationship with any of the commercial entities discussed, nor do they receive remuneration from these providers. Discussion of commercial tools, supplies, and/or providers does not constitute an endorsement.
The opinions presented during the podcast belong solely to Dr. Batchelor and his guest(s).