Month: May 2014

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Creative Writing for Surgeons

15 May 2014

By: Carol EH Scott-Conner, MD, PhDWHY WRITE?If you keep a journal, you are familiar with the process of putting words to an event. Writing down what happened allows you to place the event into a kind ...

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How to Become a Wildly Successful Researcher

15 May 2014

by: Marie Crandall, MD, MPH, FACS So, I can’t honestly claim to be a wildly successful researcher, but I understand, in principle, the effort required. I have slogged away at an academic career f...

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The Power of a Stitch

09 May 2014

Reflections from the Association of Women Surgeons' Booth @ the 3rd USA Science & Engineering Festival By: Shannon F. Rosati, MD As a surgical resident, I have spent countless hours arduously l...

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The Changing Face of Medicine

08 May 2014

by Minerva A. Romero ArenasWe cannot all succeed if half of us are held back. – Malala YousafzaiElizabeth Blackwell, a teacher and immigrant to the U.S., turned to medicine after a friend confided ...