See One / Do One Podcast

Peter Bates and Kash Akhtar
A light-hearted and irreverent podcast discussing aspects of trauma and orthopaedics. May contain naughty words so listen with discretion.

episode 14: Mohit Bhandari, renaissance man    It’s a big one! We were privileged to have had this fun and […]
Graham Tytherleigh-Strong, joins us to discuss all aspects of shoulder instability, including hypothetical situations of shoulder dislocations in ever-changing ages and genders (try and keep up!)
We have our first ever trans-Atlantic guest, Dr Yelena Bogdan, a US Orthopaedic Trauma Surgeon working in New York.
We just wanted to say thank you for all the support the orthopaedic community has shown the orthohub team over the last 7 months!
We are back in our most dangerous adventure yet- facing off with Prof Tim Briggs! We talk about the Briggs […]
**not just for upper limb surgeons- just give it a listen!!!** this is quite possibly our best episode yet, from […]
This is the second conversation with Mr Prim Achan, Consultant Trauma & Orthopaedic Surgeon, previous ABC Fellow and Training Programme […]
Kash Akhtar & Prim Achan I really enjoyed this wide-ranging conversation with Mr Prim Achan, Consultant Trauma & Orthopaedic Surgeon, […]
episode 7: the social distancing episode 4th May 2020, Pete Bates & Kash Akhtar A BUMPER DOUBLE-EDITION episode to help […]
Pete is back to finish up with round 2 of the management of the bleeding pelvic patient.
We are lucky enough to be joined by two of our paediatric and young adult trauma & orthopaedic surgical colleagues […]
We start by talking about the repercussions of doing a podcast. Pete then gives Kash closure as they discuss everything […]
episode 3 – the one where Pete almost dies – see one do one podcast We catch up over our […]
So here we are, episode 2! This was recorded back to back with the pilot episode and so there is […]
001: Introduction &¬†distal tibial fractures Welcome to our first ever podcast! Pete and Kash run the Orthopaedics Masters (MSc) at […]

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