Monthly Archives: April 2012

How to choose a research project for surgery trainees?

This post represents my personal opinions based on my experiences as a researcher, supervisor, academic surgeon, grant reviewer and mentor Choosing the best project as a relatively inexperienced surgical trainee can be very difficult. It is always flattering to be … Continue reading

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What is the essential unit of medical practice?

Medicine and surgery is constantly changing or so it seems. New technology changes the process and technique of medicine and surgery but has the core of human interaction that underpins medicine really changed? Sir James Spence (1892 – 1954) was a … Continue reading

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