Careercasts

Practical Points for Advancing Your Professional Career.

Welcome to the EAST Careercasts.  The Careercasts are a series of audio interviews with leaders in the field designed to provide you with practical information regarding career development, leadership and career challenges.

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Military Surgeon Experience - Part II - The Army National Guard with Dr. Joshua Corsa - #50
04/06/2019

In part two of the EAST Military Committee supported Careercast, Military Committee Co-Chair, Dr. Stephanie Streit (Major, USAF) talks with Dr. Joshua Corsa, a private practice trauma surgeon and member of the Florida National Guard. Dr. Corsa was also a resident in house during the Orlando Pulse Nightclub shooting. Dr. Corsa discusses his experience as a medic on the enlisted side of the Army prior to medical school as well as why he chose to go back in to the service as a trauma surgeon. Additionally, he shares what his recent deployement with an Army Reserve surgical team, the 1st deployment of its kind for a National Gaurd Surgeon was like.  

The views expressed here are those of Dr. Streit and Dr. Corsa and do not necessarily represent those of the DOD, the DHA, the USAF or US Army.

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Military Surgeon Experience - Part I - The Army Reserve Surgeon with Dr. Scott Armen - #49
04/05/2019

This EAST Careercast is supported by the EAST Military Committee and is part 1 of a 2 part series on the Surgeon experience in the Reserves and the National Guard components of the US Army.  In part 1, Military Committee co-chair, Dr. Stephanie Streit (Major, USAF), talks to Dr. Scott Armen, the chief of trauma at Penn State University. Dr. Armen joined the Army Reserves after September 11th, 2001. He has served in many roles and deployed multiple times. He now serves as the Consultant to the Surgeon General of the Army Reserves for Trauma and General Surgery as well as the commander of the 629th Forward Resuscitative Surgical Team. He is the expert on what it means to be a surgeon in the reserves and gives insight into how and why to consider serving as a reserve surgeon.

The views expressed here are those of Dr. Streit and Dr. Armen and do not necessarily represent those of the DOD, the DHA, the USAF or US Army.

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"I'm Leaving the Military, Now What?" Negotiating the Contract and Starting the Job - Dr. Daniel Bonville - Careercast #20
08/24/2015

Interviewed by Dr. Joseph DuBose, Dr. Daniel Bonville discusses "I'm Leaving the Military, Now What?" Negotiating the Contract and Starting the Job

This Careercast is one of a four part series dedicated to our members in uniform and co-sponsored by the EAST Military Section and Mentoring Section.

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Finding a Job after a Military Career - An Interview with Dr. James Dunne - Careercast #19
08/21/2015

Interviewed by Dr. Joseph DuBose, Dr. James Dunne discusses "I'm Leaving the Military, Now What? Choosing and Getting the Job." 

This Careercast is one of a four part series dedicated to our members in uniform and co-sponsored by the EAST Military Section and Mentoring Section.

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A Military Surgical Career - Dr. Kirby Gross - Careercast #18
08/13/2015

Interviewed by Dr. Stephanie Montgomery, Dr. Kirby Gross discusses a career in the military.  

This Careercast is one of a four part series dedicated to our members in uniform and co-sponsored by the EAST Military Section and Mentoring Section.  

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A Military Acute Care Surgeon - An Interview with Dr. Donald Jenkins - Careercast #6
01/06/2015

Interviewed by Dr. Stephanie Montgomery, Dr. Donald Jenkins discusses Acute Care Surgery and a Military Career.

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Your Careercast Moderators

Rob Behm, MD
Guthrie Clinic
Sayer, Pennsylvania


Bradley M. Dennis, MD
Vanderbilt University Medical Center
Nashville, Tennessee


Stefan Leichtle, MD
Virginia Commonwealth University
Richmond, Virginia


Ruby A. Skinner, MD
Marian Regional Medical Center
Shell Beach, CA











Salina M. Wydo, MD
Cooper University Hospital
Camden, NJ

 

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