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Dr. Joseph Zuckerman is chair of Orthopedics at NYU Langone Medical center. He has had a long history of leadership and education. Just a few of his titles include past president of the AAOS, past president of the Association of Shoulder and Elbow Surgeons, Program director of the largest orthopedic residency in the US. In this episode we talk all about the overlap between the two. Are leaders born or made? How does formal and informal education shape future surgeons? In the midst of all the trends in education, what aspects remain important?
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