Lab Medicine Rounds

Mayo Clinic Laboratories

A Mayo Clinic podcast for laboratory professionals, physicians, and students, hosted by Justin Kreuter, M.D., assistant professor of laboratory medicine and pathology at Mayo Clinic, featuring educational topics and insightful takeaways to apply in your practice. read less
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Episodes

Teaching Artificial Intelligence
Jul 21 2023
Teaching Artificial Intelligence
In this episode of “Lab Medicine Rounds,” Justin Kreuter, M.D., sits down with Bradley Erickson, M.D., Ph.D., Director of the Mayo Clinic Artificial Intelligence Lab and professor of radiology at Mayo Clinic, to talk about working with artificial intelligence and how to train on it.0:00 Intro00:45 Why are computer-aided diagnoses, artificial intelligence, important for our healthcare?02:45 Is there one way or maybe one facet of AI that’s the next generation of a checklist?03:46 What’s important for physicians to understand about working with artificial intelligence?06:01 As they are getting developed, is there a standard way the community is talking about this confidence in probability? Is that going to be universal for the different tools that are being developed? Or is it each to their own the way they try to convey that?08:10 Is the thought then that will help us get away from some of the biases in our clinical practices?09:25 How are you thinking about how we train our trainees, our residents and fellows, how to use artificial intelligence well? What can you share with our audience? 11:20 If I wanted to get my residents and fellows exposed to AI now, is there a recommended textbook on it, or any online tools to get exposure to and appreciate these points you are highlighting for us?14:09 Have you started to have program directors approach you and your laboratory to facilitate education around AI in their department/division?15:48 What do you think the future of AI in medical practice looks like?20:38 OutroResources: Medical Image Deep Learning (MIDeL)National Imaging Informatics Course - Radiology (NIIC-RAD)
Reflections on Residency
Jun 16 2023
Reflections on Residency
In this episode of “Lab Medicine Rounds,” Justin Kreuter, M.D., sits down with Isabella Holmes, D.O., a first-year pathology resident at the University of Michigan, to discuss her residency training experience. 0:00 Intro01:01 Let’s start by telling our audience your story – why did you decide to become a pathologist?03:03 What has this first year been for you, what’s that rotation look like? How has your experience been?04:49 Do you have any advice for listeners who might be going into pathology residency, as far as how they can set themselves up for success during that, and try to take ownership for things?07:37 What does your process look like for capturing the learning?08:53 I want to applaud and highlight this skill you just articulated. You started one thing, writing things down you need to look up. But then you discovered for yourself that you’re writing this stuff down but not capitalizing on it the way you intended? How did you catch yourself?11:00 How has navigating residency been going? What has the community been like? 14:55 Do you have any advice for people for speaking up or those who are nervous about making mistakes while training?17:35 What for you has been the biggest surprise of residency training? 19:40 What do you think is going to be your biggest challenge for the year ahead, how are you thinking about being successful? What kind of tactic/approach are you thinking about for that challenge?21:30 If you find that you struggle with something, speaking up and talking to colleagues, having a support network in your residency I would say is a great piece of advice, does that seem to resonate with you?23:43 Outro