All children have to be deceived if they are to grow up without trauma - Kazuo Ishiguro
If you have followed this blog for any period of time, you are aware of the skepticism I bring to bear when I am reading new material or learning of new ideas. Why is this? Because it is very difficult in this day and age to ascertain the veracity of anything we see, hear, or read.
This is not new compared to, say, a hundred years ago. The media were a bit different, but the underlying issues were the same. There have always been two major factors at play: information overload and the biases built into our human brain operating system.
There is a huge body of new information in every field that is being produced every year. Given the pressures that most researchers…
It’s time to flip the algorithm to: Learn something new —> verify it —> believe it.
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PTCF is an organization set up by clinicians to train Doctors and other Health Care Professionals in the management of the severely injured patient.
The program offers comprehensive continuing education in the treatment of critically ill and injured patients, stressing current basic and cutting edge guidelines and technology for evaluation, diagnosis, and management. The course is designed to enhance the knowledge and skills of those caring for ill and injured patients in rural, urban, and suburban hospitals.
ATLS was developed by the American College of Surgeons (ACS) Committee on Trauma (COT) and was first introduced in the US and abroad in 1980.
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