Your TEDMEDucation

If you’re a medical student not watching TED videos yet, you might want to start. TEDMED (a spin-off of TED) has phenomenal short talks “imagining the future of health and medicine.”  Below, Brian Goldman discusses, “Doctors make mistakes. Can we talk about that?”

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  1. Thanks for the blog post! We’ll hope you’ll check out our options to stream TEDMED live at your school (for free!): http://www.tedmed.com/conference/live

  2. Med students might be learning surgery w/steel instruments, but don’t get too attached to them – they’ll soon be replaced with handheld surgical robots that look similar, but pack biomechanical smarts: http://www.tedmed.com/videos-info?name=Charles_Pell_at_TEDMED_2011&q=updated&year=all

    And, check this out in the New York Times: http://www.nytimes.com/2011/05/17/science/17rib.html?_r=2&ref=science