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Episode 133: Dr Ian Hagemann – Advancing Fellowship Training In Selective Pathology

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Episode 133: Dr Ian Hagemann – Advancing Fellowship Training In Selective Pathology

Today my guest is Pathologist Dr Ian Hagemann What we discuss with Dr Hagemann: His early interest in engineering, and eventually medicine, and some similarities between the two How he discovered…
October 24, 2022

Episode 133: Dr Ian Hagemann – Advancing Fellowship Training In Selective Pathology

Today my guest is Pathologist Dr Ian Hagemann

What we discuss with Dr Hagemann:

  • His early interest in engineering, and eventually medicine, and some similarities between the two
  • How he discovered pathology, and his subspecialties
  • His role as Program Director of the Gynecologic and Breast Pathology Fellowship
  • How he became involved in the workgroup to update the Selective Pathology Milestones
  • The paper Advancing Fellowship Training in Selective Pathology: Design and Implementation of the Milestones 2.0 and some of the changes to the Milestones
  • The Milestone Supplemental Guide

Links for this episode:

Health Podcast Network

 LabVine Learning

The ConfLab from LabVine

Bridging The Gap Between Pathology And Computer Science

Dress A Med scrubs

 

Dr Ian Hagemann on Twitter

Advancing Fellowship Training in Selective Pathology: Design and Implementation of the Milestones 2.0

Dr Hagemann on Wash U Ob/Gyn Rocks Podcast

Washington University Department of Pathology and Immunology

 

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