We are particularly interested in learning due to the children we see who have learning problems and due to the vision therapy which we provide, but learning (consolidating, retrieving, applying, and forgetting) is important to all of us. We have evolved to learn. Continue reading
Atul Gwande is an unusually talented observer, thinker, and writer who is a surgeon. I have blogged about his books in the past. If you are interested in health and healthcare, I think that you will find his article on incremental healthcare to be intriguing. Although it is long, I think that it will hold your interest. It can be accessed through Google.
The Heroism of Incremental Care/ The New Yorker