Something For the Pain

The emergency room will always have a special place in my heart. Regardless of anything I have personally experienced, it is well know that the ED is its own entity; its own unique branch of medicine that is nothing like the other areas of the hospital. We see people at their very worse, sometimes grasping…

Ethics Under The Knife

Dr. Matt Koepke is an oral maxillofacial surgeon who has gone through dental school, and furthered his education in surgery. He has written a book on modern ethics, and specifically, what goes on behind the scenes in healthcare. I won’t disclose the extent of the content or nature of his stories leaving you to experience it yourself,…

YOU ARE A BADASS

I have read several books in my life, but there aren’t many that I would say all of you should read. Jen Sincero is a success coach and author with a great sense of humor, and really knows what she’s talking about when it comes to this life stuff. “You Are A Badass is the self-help book for…

Confessions of a Surgeon: a review

Dr. Paul Ruggieri is a general surgeon who practices both general surgery and laparoscopic surgery. Throughout his story, he discusses the unwritten of being a surgeon and what training entails. My favorite aspect this book is how Dr. Ruggieri uses specific cases he’s encountered over his training and practice to help relay the emotional effect…