One of life's underappreciated pleasures is the filling and emptying of one's hollow viscus. —attributed to Samuel Johnson, but maybe not. Admit it, we all love filling our tummies, that much is obvious. But isn't a good bowel movement also a ... Physicians Weekly, 3 days ago
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"Is it acceptable for postop care to be handled by the surgical PA with medical management by the Hospitalist?" To all of my medical friends and colleagues, especially to PA's, NP's, and Nurses, I need some guidance. Is it acceptable for a ...Physicians Weekly, 1 week ago
"Temper tantrums in the OR are destructive to morale and disrupt the flow of an operation. Yelling at the staff doesn't make them work harder or smarter; it just makes them dislike working with you. " Anyone can become angry—that is easy. But ...Physicians Weekly, 1 week ago
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"Critical thinking has nearly vanished, nurses have become slaves to documentation rather than being allowed to actually get to know their patients, overall care has become standardized and impersonal, and the promised improvement in outcomes has ...Physicians Weekly, 1 month ago Top Documenters Physicians Weekly, 1 month ago
Performing at a high level in these arenas requires a special kind of confidence in one's own ability and judgment, a confidence that is often mistaken for arrogance. For sheer unadulterated ego, no one is a match for fighter pilots. Except maybe ...Physicians Weekly, 1 month ago Handling Risk Physicians Weekly, 1 month ago
"We know in our hearts what really motivated our action, and even when that action appears appropriate to an outside observer, we alone know how we failed." There's an old adage in surgery that says: It takes 2 years to teach a resident how to ...Physicians Weekly, 1 month ago Handling Sin Physicians Weekly, 1 month ago
New Delhi: Indian squash never had it better than 2014 as a bagful of firsts, highlighted by a gold each in the Commonwealth Games and Asian Games, marked a highly successful year for the racquet sport. While the big three -- Dipika Pallikal, ...IBNLive India News, 2 months ago Pallikal, Chinappa, Sandhu take Indian squash to new ... Firstpost.com, 2 months ago Dipika Pallikal, Joshna Chinappa and Saurav Ghosal Propel Indian Squash to Unprecedented Heights in 2014 NDTV, 2 months ago 2014 Recap: Indian squash scaled unprecedented heights Mid Day, 2 months ago
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"I object to protocols that take the place of critical thinking, especially when that is coupled with an electronic medical record that forces the physician to follow a checklist." Let me say up front that I do not object to protocols in ...Physicians Weekly, 2 months ago Protocols Mean No One Has to Think Physicians Weekly, 2 months ago
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