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Surgery Rotation: Med Student Experience

Discussion with fourth-year medical student Justin McGee about his clerkship experience. Discussed: Learning value of the OR, texts in common use, digital resources, changing his mind about a surgery career, surgeon stereotypes, mentorship on the rotation.  

Knife To The Back! Part 2

By: Bruce Campbell Category Reflections in a Head Mirror by Dr. Bruce Campbell
Yesterday, I presented a case of a young man with a knife in his back. He was brought to your ED in the prone position. The question was, what to do …

What Would You Do? Knife To The Back!

By: Bruce Campbell Category Reflections in a Head Mirror by Dr. Bruce Campbell
Here’s an interesting case to consider. A young male is assaulted and stabbed to the back. Paramedics bring him to your ED as a trauma team activation, and the full team …

Communicating With Our Patients

From The Trauma Professional’s Blog
Although you may not agree with this at first, communicating with our patients is one of the most important things we do as trauma professionals. You can be the “best” doctor, nurse or paramedic in the world, …