“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”
Timeline of publishing process
An Article I wrote for the ASA about peripheral IVs
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!
Article about applying to critical care fellowship
How I view feedback when I write
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”
Introduction to my book