Aug 31, 2020
In this episode, Benjamin O. Anderson, MD,
FACS, creator and chair of The Breast Health Global
Initiative at Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center and Consultant
for Cancer Control to the WHO, shares how his passion for patient
care dovetailed into a career in global oncology.
- Intro :14
- About Anderson :20
- The interview 2:16
- How did you end up in breast cancer care and how did it evolve
into global oncology? 2:27
- How do you utilize these criteria and protocols and tailor it
to each of the countries that come with their own challenges?
- Jain on the importance of global medicine
- Where have you found that implementation of this has been most
successful so far? 22:44
- Have you seen these protocols used for treating other cancers?
- Have you seen, through your global health work, any cool
innovations that have come out of unique situations?
- Going to all these different institutes in different countries,
have you found anything that you thought was really amazing and
that should be brought stateside?
- Anecdote on the need to find better ways to documentation for
billing and its relation to physician burnout
- Jain anecdote on the need for a healthy balance to reduce risk
for burnout 45:30
- Anecdote on the importance of physicians taking on
leadership/government roles 49:20
- Have you seen a major change in health care delivery or global
oncology navigating through the pandemic?
- Anderson’s one pearl 56:40
- How to find Anderson 57:00
Benjamin O. Anderson, MD, FACS, is professor of
surgery and global health medicine at the University of Washington,
chair and director of The Breast Health Global Initiative at Fred
Hutchinson Cancer Research Center, and consultant for cancer
control to the WHO.
We’d love to hear from you! Send your comments/questions to Dr.
Jain at email@example.com.
Dr. Anderson can be reached at
bhgi.org. Follow us on Twitter @HemOncToday @ShikhaJainMD
Disclosures: Jain reports she is a paid freelance writer for
Lippincott. Healio was unable to confirm Anderson’s relevant
financial disclosures at the time of posting.