Some readers may recognize the above title as that of an article published by Harvey Cushing in the Bulletin of the Johns Hopkins Hospital in 1905. In the U.S., at least, (and arguably no less …Read More
Core competencies and simulation are popular buzz words in the lexicon of contemporary graduate medical education. Additionally, the development of more comprehensive and uniform curricular structure and metrics for measuring competency have evolved in graduate …Read More
For some, opportunity knocks upon completion of residency, but some of us can hear a faint knocking during residency. Of course, it is sometimes hard to perceive, with the sleep-deprivation-induced delirium. Was that knocking I …Read More
"The value of experience is not in seeing much, but in seeing wisely." …Read More
Buckminister Fuller, the great American architect, scientist and philosopher, is often accredited with creating the concept of “The Knowledge Doubling Time.” It has been said that, prior to the 20th century, human knowledge would double …Read More
Where were you in 1999? Were you practicing neurosurgery? What are your most poignant recollections of that time in your life? Clearly, for many of us, it felt like a watershed time for medicine, especially …Read More
Chicago Review Course
Jan. 26-Feb. 5, 2017; Chicago
2017 Managing Coding and Reimbursement Challenges
Feb. 2-4, 2017; Las Vegas
Washington Neuroradiology Review & Dr. Kenneth M. Earle Memorial Neuropathology Review
Feb. 7-12, 2017; Vienna, Va.
2nd Annual Innovative Approaches to Brain Tumor Management
Feb. 10, 2017; Seattle
2017 Neuroradiology Review
Feb. 11-12, 2017; Vienna, Va.