Articles and Opinion Pieces by this author
Performing CPR and PTSD: Why trying to save a life can be traumatic for lay-responders, and how training programs can better prepare them.
Medicine's culture of perfectionism seems almost anaphylactic to failure. But failure happens, and doctors need to be able to cope with it.
And interview with one of the residents who is training at an Ontario medical school and will be returning to Saudi Arabia shortly, at the order of the Saudi government.
Although medical schools have been around since the 18th century in North America, the way that medical students are taught continues to evolve. Technology is a valuable resource for almost any discipline, and in medicine, it is a resource that has helped to both facilitate and enhance the learning experience. It is then no surprise…