Six Reasons Why Writing a Book is the New College Degree

“The illiterate of the 21st century will not be those who cannot read and write, but those who cannot learn, unlearn, and relearn” Alvin Toffler  During the 20th century, a college degree used to be a true sign of education. In 1960, only 18% of Americans graduated high school, 6-8% graduated college, and <1% completed an advanced degree (census.gov). Today, degrees areContinue reading “Six Reasons Why Writing a Book is the New College Degree”

The Book is DONE!

Timeline of publishing process

The Art and Science of Peripheral IVs

An Article I wrote for the ASA about peripheral IVs

The Hidden World of Anesthesia

Physician Outlook Magazine published a profile of my last month! https://www.physicianoutlook.com/articles/5723-hidden-world-anesthesia Thank you Marianna Seefeldt, Rachel Torregiano, and Marlene Wust Smith!

Fellowship Spotlight: Critical Care Medicine

Article about applying to critical care fellowship

Book Update Dec 2, 2020

After finishing my first draft (10 chapters and 50K words) I realized I needed to make major structural changes: I deleted the last 3 chapters and added 5 new chapters. The current manuscript is 12 chapter and 47K words. I also changed the title to “Vigilance: An Anesthesiologist’s Notes on Thriving in Uncertainty”. Now weContinue reading “Book Update Dec 2, 2020”

Book Introduction

Introduction to my book