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Moral Injury to Medical Students

Medical students are exceptionally well trained to get a job done, no matter the obstacles. Wendy Dean, MD, and Simon Talbot, MD report. Since high school you have been on a path that requires exceptional performance, personal sacrifice, and exacting...  Read more

Virtual Reality Comes of Age

As we see improvements in technology performance and assessment there is also the opportunity to significantly reduce cost of medical education and training. Paul Pribaz reports. Natalia Grudzien, a second-year medical student at the University of...  Read more

The Future of Robotics in Surgery

Roger Smith, CTO, Florida Hospital Nicholson Center, explains how the field of surgical robotics is about to face a miniature version of the dot.com boom of internet companies. In September of 2001, Dr. Jacques Marescaux performed the world’s first...  Read more