19
JUN
2017

Really Rural Surgery – Season 3, Episode 30

Illustration from “Life and Health: A text-book on physiology for high schools, academies and normal schools” by Blaisdell, Albert F., 1910. The thirtieth episode of Really Rural Surgery is now available online and on iTunes. In this episode, Dr. Batchelor flies solo...
19
JUN
2017

Rural Surgery Summit 2017

The Canadian Association of General Surgeons (CAGS) is convening a Rural Surgery Summit as part of the national Canadian Surgery Forum (CSF) in Victoria on September 14, 2017. Learn more about this accredited CME/CPD event.
18
MAY
2017

Commentary on curriculum training for rural physicians published

Margaret Burnett et. al. have published a commentary in response to George Carson’s Curriculum Training for Rural Physicians article in the Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology Canada. The citation for the commentary is: Burnett, M, Iglesias, S, Siverston, J, Blake, J,...
18
MAY
2017

Really Rural Surgery – Season 3, Episode 29

Photo: Steve Jurvetson The twenty ninth episode of Really Rural Surgery is now available online and on iTunes. In this mouthful for a title episode, Dr. Batchelor and the most frequent repeat offender, Dr. Nicole Ebert, discuss the benefits of fixed interval pain control after...
30
MAR
2017

Really Rural Surgery – Season 3, Episode 28

Collage: B Batchelor   The twenty eighth episode of Really Rural Surgery is now available online and on iTunes. In this episode, Dr. Batchelor discusses international health with Dr. Paul Thistle, a Canadian OB/GYN who has been working in Zimbabwe for the last 26 years....
01
MAR
2017

Really Rural Surgery – Season 3, Episode 27

Credit: CJ Sorg   The twenty seventh episode of Really Rural Surgery is now available online and on iTunes. In this podcast, Dr. Batchelor is joined by his colleague Dr. Andreas Mostert to discuss whether tonsillectomy for recurrent or chronic pharyngitis actually does...
31
JAN
2017

Season 3, Episode 26: The negative appendix

Credit: J (appendix), RCCbc (sign) The twenty sixth episode of Really Rural Surgery is now available online and on iTunes. In this podcast, Dr. David Kermode returns to the show to discuss what to do when you’ve gone in suspecting appendicitis but it turns out to look...
04
JAN
2017

Really Rural Surgery, Ep. 25

Credit: kuchi-k0pi via giphy.com The twenty fifth episode of Really Rural Surgery is now available online and on iTunes. In this podcast, Dr. Batchelor is joined by his sister, Dr. Bobbi-Jean Batchelor, who helps guide him through understanding the controversy around the safety...
01
DEC
2016

Really Rural Surgery, Ep 24

The twenty fourth episode of Really Rural Surgery is now available online and on iTunes. In this podcast, Dr. Batchelor, Dr. Kimberly Veale and Dr. Victoria Haines scour the archives to discover the lost art of the pudendal nerve block. Listen to the podcast now
24
NOV
2016

Really Rural Surgery, Ep. 23

The twenty third episode of Really Rural Surgery is now available online and on iTunes. In this podcast, Dr. Batchelor and general surgery second year resident, Dr. Travis Schroeder, talk about the famous debate over open vs. laparoscopic appendectomies. Listen to the podcast now