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Dr. Eric J. Keller
Dr. Eric Keller is an interventional and diagnostic radiology resident physician at Stanford.
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About Dr. Eric J. Keller
Dr. Eric J. Keller is an interventional and diagnostic radiology resident physician at Stanford. He is also the founder of the Applied Ethics in IR Working Group and serves on the Board of Directors of the Interventional Initiative, a non-profit devoted to patient and clinician awareness, access, and advocacy around minimally invasive image-guide procedures. Dr. Keller completed medical school at Northwestern University where he also completed a masters in Medical Humanities and Bioethics. His background also includes legal guardianship, web design, video production, and creative nonfiction writing.
Dr. Keller has used his background in medical humanities and bioethics to study the history of medical specialization and turf wars, characterizing the professional identities and ways of thinking of different medical specialties to help them communicate and collaborate better. He later transitioned to create Applied Ethics in IR, a multi-institutional working group devoted to developing practical solutions and approaches to challenging situations faced in the specialty. Due to these efforts, Dr. Keller has received multiple grants and awards. He is regularly an invited speaker both nationally and internationally and enjoys public speaking.
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In this episode, host Dr. Eric Keller interviews Dr. Sean Tutton about palliative care as an interventionalist, how he became interested in palliative care, and why he believes it is a crucial aspect of patient care in interventional radiology.
Eric J. Keller talks with Isabel Newton, Susan Jackson and Margaret Simor from the Interventional Initiative about informed consent and helping patients make informed choices with newly developed Patient Decision Aids!
In this episode, our host Dr. Eric J. Keller interviews his longtime mentor, interventional radiologist Dr. Bob Vogelzang about the evolution of their mentor mentee relationship overtime and ways to create benefits for both mentors and mentees.
Dr. Eric J. Keller talks with Dr. Lola Oladini from Stanford Medicine Department of Radiology about what makes optimal training for Interventional Radiologists, including discussion on the variety of strengths of programs across the country, balancing diagnostics with procedural training, and what it means in being a "clinical IR".
Dr. Eric J. Keller of Stanford Medicine Department of Radiology discusses his work in applied medical ethics and his mission to help docs navigate challenging ethical situations better.
Dr. Eric J. Keller from Stanford Medicine Department of Radiology provides insight from his studies on the IR Identity, as well as his research on perceived turf wars between specialties.
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