Neurosurgeons often make fast, complex decisions that can affect a patient’s quality of life. Read a neurosurgeon’s thoughts on this ethical dilemma.
Why do we do research in neurosurgery?
Neurosurgeons thrive on adrenaline. Whether it be the unexpected chaos of being the ‘on call’ neurosurgeon for a day, having to complete 3 complex operations during a day in the operating theatre or having to consult and manage 12 patients in a morning in the outpatient clinic, the daily life of a neurosurgeon is seldom […]