“The sound of medicine is not the click of a mouse. It is the human voice. Let’s bring it back.” Phrased so eloquently by Doctors John Levinson, Bruce H. Price and Vikas Saini in their article on the cumbersome aspects … Read More
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Robert Waldinger is the current Director of the Harvard study of adult development, spanning an impressive 75 years. It tracked 724 men asking about their work, home life, and satisfaction. The study began in 1938 with sophomores attending … Read More
Researchers at the University of Buffalo, Oregon State University, and other institutions, conducted an ergonomics postural assessment in real-time (ErgoPART) study to develop a tool to assess environmental, task, and postural variables during surgical work. The study entered data that … Read More
3 concrete steps surgeons and any busy working professional can use to improve work-life balance. Being an orthopaedic surgeon is a very demanding profession. You have a slew of patients on clinic days for assessments and follow ups combined with … Read More
A study published by the US National Library of Medicine National Institutes Of Health surveyed 152 orthopaedic surgeons. It defined successful orthopaedic surgeons as “individuals who exert a large influence on the orthopedic field.” A few interesting findings: What … Read More