So what is it like to practice medicine for years in a hospital and then one day have a camera crew following your every step? Do you worry that the camera is getting your best angle? Are you saying things differently, because you know there is a chance the entire nation–no, the entire world, might hear you? Or, do you take a second look at your job after seeing what you do on screen and take pride in the interest and inspiration of the audience? Here’s your chance to ask two of the “NY Med” doctors those very questions.
Join us August 1st at 2:00 PM/ET on Columbia Surgery Blog Talk Radio to chat with innovative transplant surgeons Dr. Tomoaki Kato and Dr. Anthony Watkins. Speak to these “NY MED doctors” live and ask them why they chose their fields, details of the story line (no spoilers allowed), or questions about organ donation and liver transplantation.
To submit a question for Dr. Kato or Dr. Watkins before the show, visit The Doctors of NY MED: Tomoaki Kato, MD & Dr. Watkins question submission form, or tweet an @reply using the #NYMED hash tag to one of our Twitter accounts, @columbiamednews, @nyphospital, or @columbiasurgery.
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