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COVID-19 and Neurosurgery: Response, Adaptation and Action on Behalf of Our Patients

By COVID-19, Faces of Neurosurgery, Guest Post, HealthNo Comments

 “Death, be not proud, though some have called thee.
Mighty and dreadful, for thou art not so.”
John Donne

The COVID-19 pandemic is a generational event. It has disrupted every aspect of modern life. Businesses are shuttered. Schools and universities are closed. Social distancing has altered our normal mores for connecting with our neighbors, friends and colleagues. Although many in medicine are dramatically affected by the pandemic as they are on the ‘front lines’ of the crisis, the pandemic has had a ripple effect through the entire health system. Read More

AANS Neurosurgeon Spotlight: Winter 2020 – The Mind of a Neurosurgeon

By AANS Spotlight, GME, Loss of Life, MedEd, Voices of Neurosurgery DepartmentsNo Comments

In The Mind of a Neurosurgeon, join authors as they discuss navigating life as a neurosurgeon. From work-life balance to processing loss, pursuing creative outlets to the responsibility of training the next generation, neurosurgeons have a unique calling that leads to a special life serving others. Browse the articles and step into the mind of a neurosurgeon for stimulating conversations about the alternate mind, retirement, mindfulness, the outsider’s perspective, music and much more.

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Paying Tribute to Neurosurgery’s Military Veterans

By Military Faces of NeurosurgeryNo Comments

Veterans Day is an appropriate opportunity to pay tribute to the contributions of the many military neurosurgeons who have made significant contributions and sacrifices. This storied history is filled with contributions from many of our field’s current and former leaders. We thought today our Neurosurgery Blog readership might want to revisit some of the profiles of these truly amazing individuals that we previously spotlighted.

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