Ever wondered what a day in the life of a neurosurgeon on call is like? Join us for the 28 hour on-call with a neurosurgery resident in a UK major trauma centre and feel free to pop us any questions in the comments section!
We get a lot of questions about surgeon family life, from all across the world. It’s a worrying thing because you wouldn’t want to have to choose between a family life and a career, but for surgeons it can be difficult to balance the both. Hopefully you will find Alex’s story helpful. He is a […]
Are Neurosurgeon’s psychopaths? Let’s take a look at the different characteristics that make a person a psychopath and see whether neurosurgeons fit into that mould…
Unboxing Robot Arm – Synaptive Modus V This is probably one of the more insane unboxing videos you’ll see on Youtube as it’s a robotic arm with a microscope attached to it that we use during brain surgery! The arm itself uses the Canadarm tech from the International Space Station. Last year we applied for […]
I often get asked about patient outcomes in neurosurgery. Is it true that we’re always breaking bad news? Do all of our patients do really badly? If that’s the case, why do we bother doing what we do? A lot of medical students have an interest in becoming neurosurgeons but they can be put off […]