A Clear Voice

S2 Ep 1: Sam Majumdar on Training and Leadership

November 09, 2020 Sam Majumdar Season 2 Episode 1
A Clear Voice
S2 Ep 1: Sam Majumdar on Training and Leadership
Chapters
2:22
1. How do you think COVID has affected training in your area?
11:15
2. You run a number of courses, how do you feel courses have been affected by COVID and how can we reintroduce courses or develop them to cater for the new rules around COVID?
15:34
3. With your background in working towards a doctorate in leadership and management can you explore the impact of studying the clinical microsystem and system organisational management in ENT on your work. How has COVID impacted this?
21:19
Due to COVID we have been asked to distance ourselves and remote working is favoured, therefore communication and interaction between colleagues have been limited over the past six months, have you found that?
23:53
Summary and take-home message
A Clear Voice
S2 Ep 1: Sam Majumdar on Training and Leadership
Nov 09, 2020 Season 2 Episode 1
Sam Majumdar

Sam Majumdar joins Natalie Watson to discuss training and leadership and the impact, disruption and opportunity COVID-19 has caused and presented over the last seven months.

In this episode:

2:22 Q1. How do you think COVID has affected training in your area?

11:15 Q2. You run a number of courses, how do you feel courses have been affected by COVID and how can we reintroduce courses or develop them to cater for the new rules around COVID?

15:34 Q3. With your background in working towards a doctorate in leadership and management can you explore the impact of studying the clinical microsystem and system organisational management in ENT on your work. How has COVID impacted this?

21:19 Q4. Due to COVID we have been asked to distance ourselves and remote working is favoured, therefore communication and interaction between colleagues have been limited over the past six months, have you found that?

23:53 Summary and the take-home message 

Guest Bio
Sam Majumdar is a founding member of the British Laryngology Association and served on the council since 2013. He is a full-time consultant surgeon and honorary senior lecturer at the University of Dundee Medical School and Ninewells Hospital NHS Scotland. He is the lead clinician for Laryngology & voice, swallowing disorders (Transnasal Oesophagoscopy/Endoscopy) and difficult airway service at this centre, which he had developed.

He is passionate about teaching and training and is the innovator and co-director of the highly acclaimed Advanced Laryngeal & Pharyngeal laser & endoscopic Surgery course at the Dundee Healthcare Simulation Centre. For course information click here 

Sam Majumdar is a Fellow of the Scottish Patients Safety Programme delivered by the Health Improvement Scotland. He is also the Deputy Lead for Scotland for Quality Improvement (Faculty of Medical Leadership and Management).

Contact Information
Visit www.britishlaryngological.org or download BLA Connect from your app store for further information and details on becoming a BLA member.

Email: [email protected] for any questions or topic suggestions you may have for future episodes.

This show is brought to you by the BLA, you can follow us on  Twitter, Facebook, Linkedin and Instagram hosted by Natalie Watson @surgeonsinger produced and directed by Heather Pownall of Heather's Media Hub Ltd 

Show Notes Chapter Markers

Sam Majumdar joins Natalie Watson to discuss training and leadership and the impact, disruption and opportunity COVID-19 has caused and presented over the last seven months.

In this episode:

2:22 Q1. How do you think COVID has affected training in your area?

11:15 Q2. You run a number of courses, how do you feel courses have been affected by COVID and how can we reintroduce courses or develop them to cater for the new rules around COVID?

15:34 Q3. With your background in working towards a doctorate in leadership and management can you explore the impact of studying the clinical microsystem and system organisational management in ENT on your work. How has COVID impacted this?

21:19 Q4. Due to COVID we have been asked to distance ourselves and remote working is favoured, therefore communication and interaction between colleagues have been limited over the past six months, have you found that?

23:53 Summary and the take-home message 

Guest Bio
Sam Majumdar is a founding member of the British Laryngology Association and served on the council since 2013. He is a full-time consultant surgeon and honorary senior lecturer at the University of Dundee Medical School and Ninewells Hospital NHS Scotland. He is the lead clinician for Laryngology & voice, swallowing disorders (Transnasal Oesophagoscopy/Endoscopy) and difficult airway service at this centre, which he had developed.

He is passionate about teaching and training and is the innovator and co-director of the highly acclaimed Advanced Laryngeal & Pharyngeal laser & endoscopic Surgery course at the Dundee Healthcare Simulation Centre. For course information click here 

Sam Majumdar is a Fellow of the Scottish Patients Safety Programme delivered by the Health Improvement Scotland. He is also the Deputy Lead for Scotland for Quality Improvement (Faculty of Medical Leadership and Management).

Contact Information
Visit www.britishlaryngological.org or download BLA Connect from your app store for further information and details on becoming a BLA member.

Email: [email protected] for any questions or topic suggestions you may have for future episodes.

This show is brought to you by the BLA, you can follow us on  Twitter, Facebook, Linkedin and Instagram hosted by Natalie Watson @surgeonsinger produced and directed by Heather Pownall of Heather's Media Hub Ltd 

1. How do you think COVID has affected training in your area?
2. You run a number of courses, how do you feel courses have been affected by COVID and how can we reintroduce courses or develop them to cater for the new rules around COVID?
3. With your background in working towards a doctorate in leadership and management can you explore the impact of studying the clinical microsystem and system organisational management in ENT on your work. How has COVID impacted this?
Due to COVID we have been asked to distance ourselves and remote working is favoured, therefore communication and interaction between colleagues have been limited over the past six months, have you found that?
Summary and take-home message