I’m over at Neurotic Physiology today, talking about keeping in touch. I’ve talked before about remembering “alternative” careers, and all that they may be able to do for your trainees, but now I want to talk about HOW to remember those who you don’t see anymore.
I'm over at Neurotic Physiology today, talking about keeping in touch. I've talked before about remembering "alternative" careers, and all that they may be able to do for your trainees, but now I want to talk about HOW to remember those who you don't see anymore. And luckily, there's a company not that lets you outsource your brain on this matter. Academics often think it's useless, but outside of the Ivory Tower? Not useless after all. Head over and check it out.
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