Key Concepts of Enhanced Recovery After Surgery. ERAS – How Well Do We Do It?
The goal of this podcast is to continue our series on key concepts of enhanced recovery after surgery (ERAS). In September 2022, the SGO Education Committee's ERAS Subcommittee discussed why we do it, and in February 2023, we talked about how we do it. This podcast will complete our trilogy and discuss implementation or looking at how well we do it.
Listen to Gregg Nelson, MD, PhD from the University of Calgary discuss ERAS implementation including some of the starting points, his experience in his own institution, and key lessons learned when it comes to ERAS. Dr. Nelson is the Deputy Head of the Department of Obstetrics & Gynecology at the Cumming School of Medicine in Calgary, Alberta, Canada and is Chief of Gynecologic Oncology at the Tom Baker Cancer Centre. He is also on the Executive Committee for the International ERAS® Society, and a lead author for the ERAS Society gynecologic guidelines.
Gregg Nelson, MD, PhD
Deputy Head - Obstetrics & Gynecology at the Cumming School of Medicine (Calgary, Alberta, Canada)
Chief of Gynecologic Oncology - Tom Baker Cancer Centre
Executive Committee Member, International ERAS® Society,
Lead author, ERAS® Society gynecologic guidelines
MD, 2023-2024 ERAS Subcommittee Moderator, podcast script editor
Jing-Yi Chern, MD
2022-2023 ERAS Subcommittee Moderator
Amanika Kumar, MD
2023-2023 ERAS Subcommittee Moderator, podcast script editor
Keywords: ERAS, Key Concepts of Enhanced Recovery After Surgery, Enhanced Recovery After Surgery, Dr. Gregg Nelson, ERAS implementation, ERAS starting points, ERAS programs, ERAS programs at institutions