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Embracing Mistakes

Peter Koehler's Writing Archive

For my main website, head over to peterkoehler.org

February 26, 2016

In his book When Breath Becomes Airneurosurgeon Paul Kalanithi writes about the medical practice of holding a periodic morbidity & mortality conference.

We reviewed overnight events, new admissions, new scans, then went to see our patients before M&M, or morbidity and mortality conference, a regular meeting . . .

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Think Like A Boss

Peter Koehler's Writing Archive

For my main website, head over to peterkoehler.org

May 02, 2015

At various points throughout my career, I've fallen into a rut.

Most of us have experienced this at one point or another. We feel like our job owns us, and it's not a good feeling.

I used to channel that feeling of dissatisfaction and lack of autonomy into a variety of channels - looking at job postings, checking up . . .

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