Dr. Audrey Tsao and Dr. Liana Tedesco discuss how we can learn from our mistakes to become better surgeons and how the landscape of gender diversity in orthopaedic surgery has changed over the course of her career
Dr. Amiethab “Tabs” Aiyer and Dr. Liana Tedesco discuss how his story to match into an orthopaedic surgery residency inspired the creation of his social media presence as “Orthomentor” – a platform in which he has been able to mentor countless medical students and resident physicians
Dr. Lorraine A.T. Boakye and Dr. Liana Tedesco discuss Dr. Boakye’s journey to speacialize in foot and ankle surgery, her commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion efforts throughout her career, and the story of her courage to speak up in the face of discrimination to help and protect others.
Dr. Mark Baratz and Dr. Liana Tedesco discuss why Dr. Baratz decided to specialize in hand surgery, the difference between mentorship and sponsorship, and the value of surgeons representing their community.
Dr. Lisa Cannada and Dr. Liana Tedesco discuss Dr. Cannada’s love for orthopaedic traumatology, the mentors who have supported her throughout her career, and her involvement with the SpeakUp Ortho movement.
Dr. William Levine and Dr. Liana Tedesco discuss Dr. Levine’s path to become an orthopaedic surgeon, his involvement with RJOS, and his thoughts on how we can support diversity, equity and inclusion in the orthopaedic community.
An introduction to the second season of the Ruth Jackson Orthopaedic Society podcast, hosted by Dr. Liana Tedesco, featuring the past winners of the RJOS “She for She” Award, Freddie Fu “He for She” Award, and the Courage Award.
Listen to Season One Podcast that highlights the stories of the road less traveled.