me and my frizzy hair, post-surgery. those surgical hairnets are such a do-killer! 😁💇🏻😷 also: i did my best suture work ever in surgery today! 🤓👏🏻 it's truly those little things that keep me going when the going gets tough. 💕 what is your motivation these days, medpeeps? 📚💕 // #ladydoesmedschool#doctortobe
AGENDA DE EVENTOS: A XVIII Jornada da SNCRJ irá realizar-se nos dias 26 e 27 de maio de 2017, no Rio de Janeiro, reunindo mais uma vez especialistas, jovens neurocirurgiões e residentes do Rio de Janeiro para o intercâmbio e debate de temas da Neurocirurgia.
O programa da Jornada deste ano conta com 16 conferências de residentes dos serviços credenciados do estado do Rio de Janeiro. Complementam o programa 6 sessões interativas de casos clínicos, com perguntas e votação eletrônica e duas conferências magnas, com temas a serem confirmados. Está prevista ainda uma mesa redonda sobre exercício profissional. EVENT AGENDA: The XVIII SNCRJ Day will be held on May 26 and 27, 2017 in Rio de Janeiro, bringing together once again specialists, young neurosurgeons and residents of Rio de Janeiro for the exchange and debate of topics of Neurosurgery.
This year's Jornada program has 16 resident conferences of the accredited services of the state of Rio de Janeiro. The program is complemented by 6 interactive sessions of clinical cases, with questions and electronic voting and two major conferences, with topics to be confirmed. A round table on professional practice is also planned. #neurocirurgia#neurosurgery#neurologia#neurology#medicina#medicine#radiologia#radiology#medlife#medstudent#medicoresidente#medicalresident
Active vs. Passive mobility! Why it's so important to choose ACTIVE! A ✌🏻part video. Scroll 👉🏻 to see the second part! Takeaway #1 ️⃣: Both active and passive mobilization can create a result! Takeaway #2 ️⃣: In most cases, active mobility is going to create a longer lasting result because there is a higher percentage of integration into the persons movement. 👌🏻Simply put, when your brain goes through the active learning process to create a movement, the result is greater and the nervous system can integrate it immediately. After a passive mobilization, It's very common to walk off the result. Alisha walked off hers in about 6 steps! So start thinking about this and see what you can do to improve your mobility efforts. Active mobility for the win! Creating more movement options will grant you better health and performance! 🤓💪🏻
Trying to recommit to my yoga practice has been difficult these past few months while opening the office. I would look at my mat in the corner and tell myself I would get on it later and then days would go by in a blink of an eye. Yesterday I found this book tucked away in my office. I bought this a while ago as a challenge to learn all the Sanskrit names and really refine my poses. Seeing it again has me all excited to get back into it. Even if it's only 20 minutes a day of me listening to my joints crack 😬 Cheers to bringing back New Years resolutions when it's almost May 💃🏼 #yoga#inflexibleyogisunite
An active mobility drill is one that you actively perform without assistance from another person or equipment. A passive mobilization is one that is performed on you by another person or by means of equipment. Both can create a result. However, for long term results and improvement in performance you need to learn how to move your joints on your own! Just passively mobilizing a joint over and over again usually does not create the best possible outcome because the brain doesn't get the opportunity to learn and own the result. 👉🏻Stay tuned for our next post, showcasing the difference between active and passive mobilization! 👈🏻It's pretty cool! And it will make you think hard about this concept! Cheers. 🤓💪🏻#tmptipoftheday
pathology is definitely one of the hardest and complicated subjects we have. right now we are learning a lot about cell biology and today about necrosis - even if it's really hard to undertand it's really interesting! #pathology#necrosis
📚I've always found the science behind learning strategies so interesting. I read an article today that talks about the shift in learning styles from 1st year medical students to postgraduate students. When looking at the shift from 1st year students to their final years at school, they saw that there was a shift from predominantly auditory learners to kinesthetic learners. The huge jump though was from the final years of school to postgraduates, when doctors began working in a practice setting and the focus shifts from didactic lectures to practicality👩🏻⚕️. They also saw that postgraduates did better with deep and strategic learning rather than learning the superficial topics to pass the class.
This makes so much sense when we think about how our schooling progresses, from sitting in hours of lecture listening to a professor to actually having to apply that knowledge in a clinical setting. No longer can we know the basics and memorize facts to get the A, the patients are no longer A+B=C, and the decisions we make affects that person's quality of life. What type of learner are you? Do you feel like you can relate to this article?
Article: Samarakoon, Lasitha, et al "Learning styles and approaches to learning among medical undergraduates and postgraduates." 2013.
Today IS the perfect day because I received a call that my baby has a Neuro appointment in 5 WEEKS!!! Of course five weeks is still a long time when your child is sick, but sure beats the heck out of five months. Doing the happy dance and praising God!! #happydance#neuro#neurology#sickchild#blessed#praying
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In the hospital watching House MD. I also got the chance yesterday to get a look inside the hospitals library which is actually only for the doctors working here. Sounds funny but I loved the smell. It was the mix of old books and coffee. Loads of coffee. Touching all those old big medical books all I could think of was how many doctors stayed up all night in this library. Drinking coffee and trying to sort out something. Maybe a diagnosis? Maybe trying to save a child's life? Maybe studying? Still studying? Because a doctor is always going to be a student. I just loved it so much. I cannot describe how much.
#AANAM : Paws With A Cause⠀
Meet Henry, the #seizure service dog. Give him a like please!⠀
Henry works hard to assist humans who have #epilepsy or other seizure disorders with tasks such as activating a life-alert system, finding someone to help, retrieving a phone or stimulating a person during a seizure.⠀
Henry and some of his other golden-furred friends visited the American Academy of Neurology meeting today to raise awareness for all the epilepsy research being presented at this week's meeting in Boston.⠀
You can read extensive coverage from the meeting on Medscape.com. If you're not already a member, join today. We're also covering other important neurological topics such as multiple sclerosis, CTE, Parkinson's and so much more.⠀