That could actually create a really big void if we’re not in communities taking care of patients. We’re the “go-to,” we’re necessary in these big systems or big hospitals, but when you get very far from them at all, then you have communities that have absolutely no access to IR.
—Laura Findeiss, MD, FSIR
In 2009, SIR held its inaugural Leadership Development Academy (LDA). Among that first class’s graduates was Laura Findeiss, MD, FSIR, who has since held a number of key leadership roles in both SIR and SIR Foundation.
In celebration of the 10th anniversary of the first LDA, Warren Krackov, MD, and Jaimin Shah, MD, speak with Dr. Findeiss about the LDA’s impact on her career, and about the current trajectory of IR.
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