Monday, October 30, 2006

Episode 5: The ABCs

A story of my first day as the second-year surgery resident in our emergency room, where we coordinate the care of all the trauma patients and act as a regional resource for a farflung network of hospitals. On my first day, a doctor called in with what seemed like a question far outside the realm of my meagre experience. On second thought, it turned out to be pretty easy. The full story, complete with my proving my first-grade teacher wrong by correctly reciting the first five letters of the alphabet before turning 30, can be found here. Or, as always, here's the button to subscribe:

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1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Keep up the great work.
Kiwi MD