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By Keith T. Oldham MD, Paul M. Colombani MD, Robert P. Foglia MD, Michael A. Skinner MD

This two-volume paintings is the main entire, present, and authoritative reference on pediatric surgical procedure. greater than a hundred and fifty well-known specialists offer entire info at the prognosis and remedy of all surgical ailments and accidents in babies and children.
Principles and perform of Pediatric surgical procedure offers clinically targeted insurance of every organ process, together with wide sections on surgical oncology, the thorax, the stomach, and trauma and state of the art chapters on endocrine surgical procedure, the breast, damage prevention, cellphone transplantation, and brief bowel syndrome. greater than 1,300 illustrations exhibit surgeries step-by-step.

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In contrast, although the attending physician will see each patient every day, there may be an interval of hours between the resident’s assessment of and response to a clinical development and the attending physician’s verification. Supervision is always a phone call away, but the resident must recognize when she needs assistance. The sense that the patient’s well-being hangs in the balance and that the resident’s judgment counts powerfully molds the character of the young physician. Of course, there are negative influences that threaten to countervail the positive effects of teaching responsibilities, assuming leadership for a team, and being responsible for knowing when help is needed in the absence of real-time supervision.

Thoughtful attention must be given to both the tempo of the clinical learning environment and the appropriate balance between formal and experiential learning over the entire continuum of medical education. A second distinct aspect of integration entails an understanding and appreciation of the multiple roles physicians play beyond provision of one-on-one clinical care. Medical school matriculants have often had experience in international health, advocacy, and research. Others are deeply engaged in the humanities and want to explore the connection between their work as a clinician and their experience as a poet or musician.

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