Life and medicine are continuously changing at a seemingly accelerating pace. When we attempt to avoid change and cling to the ‘way things were,’ we stop moving forward and growing.
We consider the four major elements of clinical judgment: knowledge, critical thinking and interpretation, decision-making and patient self-determination.
Any discussion about the future of otolaryngology must include making sure our patients are informed adequately and accurately.
Months of residency interviews, letter writing, and phone calls come down to one day to find out who we will spend the next five years training.
In this era of accused #FakeNews and political bullying of the media, many people have become cynical to what is reported in mainstream news.