“Pin” Schnabel began her career as a surgeon, and went back to school to become a nurse practitioner. Her tiny patients benefit from her experience every day.
What would make a physician go back to school to become a nurse practitioner?
Meredith Watson is pursuing a career as a “professional nose.” Surgery at VUMC sharpened her sense of smell.
"I literally could feel air in parts of my nose where I’d never felt it before.”
Lisa Bond, master surgery scheduler, helps thousands of people achieve better hearing each year
Surgery scheduling is not as simple as looking at one calendar and picking a day. But Bond makes it her mission to ensure everyone is happy.
Lydia Gross is 100. She just piloted a plane for the first time — and she heard every sound because of her cochlear implants.
Performing an elective procedure on an older patient initially raised concerns for her doctor, David Haynes — but the results have been a resounding success
A young doctor wrote of a life-or-death moment caring for a patient. The New England Journal of Medicine published it as a graphic novel.
A terrifying tale from her first weekend on call.
At home with children? Have fun and get creative with this music toolkit.
“Musical activities can also support one of the most critical social relationships: that between a parent and child.”