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PROGRAM HAPPENINGS/ANNOUNCEMENTS

Congrats Class of 2021! 2560 1884 Copa Admin
Congrats Class of 2021!
RIP Alum Dr. Andy Schippel 756 622 Copa Admin
RIP Alum Dr. Andy Schippel

From the moment he arrived on our campus, everyone knew Andy. He had a boyish, infectious smile and an energy that you couldn’t help but feed off of. It was tough not to smile when he was around. As a resident, he simply wanted to take care of patients, do it well, and brighten up the day for the patients and the staff. He would bop around the department, make some jokes, and usually make a friend or two. When he went into a patients room he’d smile when he introduced himself to the patient, then his serious “doctor face”…

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Welcome Class of 2024! 1248 576 Copa Admin
Welcome Class of 2024!

Welcome Class of 2024! We are so excited to announce our new class of interns, here they are:

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OUR LATEST ACADEMIC CONTENT

Battle of the Blades: Part 4 690 539 Richie Cunningham

Battle of the Blades: Part 4

Part 4: Can we have one without the other? First to consider is the problem common to both principal types of video laryngoscopes, the standard…

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Battle of the Blades: Part 3 690 539 Richie Cunningham

Battle of the Blades: Part 3

Part 3: Can we be competent at both? As alluded to previously, direct laryngoscopy, standard-geometry or Macintosh (CMAC) video laryngoscopy, and hyperangulated (GlideScope) video laryngoscopy…

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Battle of the Blades: Part 2 690 539 Richie Cunningham

Battle of the Blades: Part 2

Part 2: Who is the King of First-Pass Success?             In our last post, we saw that the NEAR III data suggested video laryngoscopy increases…

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