Normally I’m not a huge fan of Facebook Groups, especially the one’s that feel the need to post numerous times though out the day. Then there’s the Faculty of Medicine page. What makes the Faculty of Medicine page different is that they’re posting pictures of various clinical pathologies and asking for a diagnosis. It’s essentially a daily quiz of various chronic and acute diseases that could easily be seen on the ambulance without the need to decode lab tests or clinical vignettes (“pathognomonic” being the 5 cent word). It’s free to join, and you never know when one of your patients will remind you of one of their cases.
Act like a technician, be treated like a technician.
Act like a professional, be treated like a professional.
Knowledge without power is impotent.
Power without knowledge is dangerous.
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- Cellular Phone Plans for Teens January 2, 2017