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|Subject: Re: New doc||Date: 10/4/2012 9:48 AM|
|Author: JLC||Number: 646908 of 757591|
While googling her address, I happened across a paper she wrote a few years back, about the declining number of doctors who deliver babies in OR. Here's an excerpt from the paper:
Be careful about what Google (or any other search site says). About a year or so ago I searched myself on an MD review site. Just curious. Come to find out, I had published about 3 papers dealing with obstetrics, not anesthesia for obstetrics. Double checked, right name, right work address, right medical school, residency, etc. What was even sadder, this misinformation was on several review sites.
I only ever submitted one paper for publication. About using general anesthesia for statis asthmaticus in the PICU. I handed it in to my attending (who thought I should write it since we did exactly that a couple times during my PICU rotation in a last ditch effort to save some kds) a month or so before graduating. Don't think it ever made it to print.
Definitely ask if that was her.
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