Press play and pause to let the video buffer. Allow about 30 seconds for best resutls. Next, press play and enjoy the session:
Dedicated to Dr. John Clarke, mentor extraordinaire.
- Recognize that although echos, labs, and x-rays are crucial in patient care, the sensation of touching the patient and developing a bond with them is just as important to the quality of patient care.
- Directly interacting with students and residents will have a greater life-long educational impact on them than reading books and looking at lab results.
- Contact Dr. Hirschtick at email@example.com with stories, tips, and questions.