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I’m Back!

Ghana was…hard to describe.  Did I “enjoy” my trip?  Not really.  Did I have a “good time?”  That’s not what I’d call it.  Would I do it again?  Definitely (with a caveat of needing family support).  It was an overwhelming, rewarding experience that I was priveleged to contribute to, in my meager way. I hope …

I’m Going To Africa

Last fall, Dr. Stoller called me.  “Do you know anyone who can do general repair like light carpentry or electrical work, is pretty technical, likes to take pictures, and can write about the kids we perform surgeries on in Ghana?”  Hmmm, let me think. Sure, it was a setup, but I am appreciative and quite …

Ghana and RVUs

Now here’s a combination of topics that no one will ever look for. I don’t know, for “search engine optimization purposes” whether mixing two items like this is better or worse than writing two quick blog pieces (and pushing content further down the page or into the archives), but I won’t worry about it. First, …

Convergence of Friends

Physician’s Practice just ran this article [may be broken]. It’s a real treat for me because, once Dr. Stoller does her presentation about Ghana at our 2007 Users’ Conference, then all three of the principles of the article – Pam Moore, Dr. Stoller, and Susanne Madden – have given presentations at our UC! Small world. …