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Online Education in Vascular Medicine: Do We Have the Best Format?
with Dr. Theodosios Bisdas
Vascular Surgeon Theodosios Bisdas discusses the importance and future of online medical education for the vascular specialties in the time of COVID.
BackTable, LLC (Producer). (2020, October 13). Ep. 89 – Online Education in Vascular Medicine: Do We Have the Best Format? [Audio podcast]. Retrieved from https://www.backtable.com
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Dr. Theodosios Bisdas
Dr. Theodosios Bisdas is a practicing Vascular Surgeon in Athens, Greece and the CEO of Vascupedia.
Dr. Aaron Fritts
Dr. Aaron Fritts is a Co-Founder of BackTable and a practicing interventional radiologist in Dallas, TX.
In this episode, Dr. Theodosios Bisdas joins Dr. Aaron Fritts to discuss online education and his e-learning platform, Vascupedia. Dr. Bisdas talks about how he started the platform and the three main parts of the website: main arena, polling station, and exhibition area.
We talk about how social media has helped expand his platform to American audiences and how to collaborate with companies and medical societies to present new devices. We go over some of the main challenges of e-learning and why it is important for physicians to have time to watch webinars.
Dr. Bisdas emphasizes the value of virtual learning, having forums for international conversation, and he speaks about his hopes for the future of Vascupedia. We discuss the benefits of on-demand, high quality online content and the importance of platforms created by physicians for physicians.
This website contains the online learning platform mentioned by Dr. Bisdas.
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