Citywide Critical Conversations

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Critical Care Western is introducing a new speaker series, Critical ConversationsVeering away from the traditional format of most grand rounds-type presentations, Critical Conversations will focus on equal parts presentation and group discourse. 

We are seeking to engage speakers who can capably promote conversations that may challenge conventionally held dogma, speak to the historical elements of critical care and/or point to future innovations.nal format of most grand rounds-type presentations, Critical Conversations will focus on equal parts presentation and group discourse. 


Upcoming:  THURSDAY, JUNE 23, 2022 @ 5:00 PM

J. Kyle Bohman, MD

“ECMO Program Expansion:  Lessons Learned” 

 

Bohman

 Dr. John Kyle Bohman completed medical school at the University of Minnesota.  Following this he completed Anesthesiology residency, and Critical Care fellowship training at Mayo Clinic plus additional extramural ECMO training.  During his training he was an Anesthesiology chief resident and Critical Care chief fellow.  He is the current Mayo Clinic Rochester Cardiovascular Surgery, Mechanical Circulatory Support and Thoracic Transplantation ICU Program Director.  Prior to this he was the Medical Director of the Mayo Clinic Rochester ECMO program for 5 years, where he oversaw significant program growth and lead the program through the height of the COVID-19 pandemic.  He considers himself to be a servant leader, rather than an aspiring administrator.