The “epidemic” of surgeon burnout and a glimpse into the future of vascular surgery

Ronald L Dalman (Stanford, USA), vice president of the Society for Vascular Surgery, discusses how aligning an individual surgeon’s goals with those of the institution at which he/she is sited is important to counter the “epidemic” of burnout. Dalman presented on how to effectively build a career in vascular surgery at the London Aortic Symposium 2018 where he gave a keynote lecture on the topic.

Dalman, Ronald

Dr. Dalman has served as a faculty member of Stanford Surgery since 1992, his clinical interests include management of aortic diseases and lower extremity circulatory disorders, including limb salvage. He is a member of the Vascular Surgery Board and American Board of Surgery.

In July 2019 he was appointed President Elect of the Society for Vascular Surgery.

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