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Tuesday, May 26, 2015
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Medical Learning

Katie Botkin

Because I grew up homeschooled by a doctor, drawing out math problems with pens emblazoned with drug logos on the backside of EKG reports, I feel at ease with medical jargon. Rumor has it that “zygomatic arch” was one of the first noun phrases I uttered. It would be the height of arrogance, however, if I assumed that just because I had a background in it, I didn’t need to keep learning about the medical field in order to be able to comment effectively on it. In medical and life sciences, there is a pressing need to keep up. Not only is the baseline demanding and complex, but the extended learning can be time-consuming as well. Legislation changes, clinical trials are updated and new devices are invented. . .

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September, 2012