What does "neurotech justice" -- a term encompassing the ethical and equitable development of and access to neurotechnologies -- mean for neurosurgical practice? In this multidisciplinary episode, we explore this question in-depth with Dr. Farahany and Dr. Deka, along with discussing the ethical and social implications of emerging neurotechnologies on patient care and society at large.
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Optimizing Neurosurgical Practice: Advocacy
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CNS Guidelines Podcast_Chiari Malformations Pt. 1
26:59This clinical guideline has been created to improve patient care by outlining the appropriate diagnostic and decision-making processes involved in the treatment of patients with Chiari I malformation (CIM). This guideline was created as an educational tool to guide qualified physicians through a series of diagnostic and treatment decisions to improve the quality and efficiency of care for patients with CIM. J. Bradley Elder, MD David F. Bauer, MD, MPH Eric M. Jackson, MD
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Robustness of Randomized Control Trials Supporting Current Neurosurgery Guidelines
25:59September 2023 Journal Club Podcast Title: Robustness of Randomized Control Trials Supporting Current Neurosurgery Guidelines To read journal article: https://journals.lww.com/neurosurgery/fulltext/2023/09000/robustness_of_randomized_control_trials_supporting.7.aspx Author: Pascal Zinn Guest faculty: Nader Pouratian Moderator: Jeffrey Traylor Co-chair: Kimberly Hoang
Optimizing Neurosurgical Practice: Communication and Feedback Techniques for Neurosurgeons
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Controversies in Neurosurgery: RNS versus DBS for Epilepsy
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Neoadjuvant Arterial Embolization of Spine Metastases Associated With Improved
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Identifying the Sources of Racial Disparity in the Treatment of Parkinson’s Disease
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