Fireside Chat with Dr. Joseph Sakran – Surgeon Leadership Redefined
The Young Fellow (YFA) and Residents and Associates (RAS) Representatives of the Maryland Chapter of the ACS (MD-ACS) invite you to join a Fireside Chat with Dr. Joseph Sakran and hosted by Drs. Waqas Ahad and Mira Ghneim discussing “Redefining Leadership in Surgery”.
When: Apr 28, 2021 06:00 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)
We will be discussing the different paradigms of leadership as a surgeon. We will talk about traditional models of leadership including Academic leadership, Leadership in societies and the ACS and Advocacy. We will explore how non traditional avenues for leadership as a surgeon exist and can be pursued as a part of our surgical career. Finally, we will focus on understanding how as a busy clinician we can commit to social change through advocacy.
Register in advance for this meeting.
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.
About Dr. Sakran
Dr. Joseph V. Sakran is a trauma surgeon, coalition builder, policy advisor, public health expert, and nationally recognized advocate for gun violence prevention. He is currently Director of Emergency General Surgery, Associate Professor of Surgery, and Associate Chief of the Division of Acute Care Surgery at The Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore, Maryland.
A survivor of gun violence himself, Dr. Sakran’s interest in medicine and trauma surgery began after a stray bullet nearly killed him during his senior year of high school. He has subsequently dedicated his life to treating the most vulnerable, reducing health disparities among marginalized populations, and advancing public policy that alleviates structural violence in low-income communities.
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