Pioneer or Buccaneer?
Great minds across the ages have struggled to make their work understood. In the digital age, are we doing enough to push truly pioneering efforts to the forefront?
Karl Stonecipher |
I was lost in a great read the other day: “The Butchering Art” by Lindsey Fitzharris. I asked my staff if anyone had read it – they hadn’t and couldn’t believe a book like that even existed. I explained that it was all about medicine in the early 1800s – before people thought microbes caused disease. Believe it or not, the conversation around infection is still relevant today. Postoperative infection prevention is, and always will be, a number one priority with any type of surgery. Patients don’t want to be hurt as a result of a procedure – not least one you performed.
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