How we educate our next generations of clinicians is still largely based on rote learning. This must change.
Right now, the landscape of medical innovations is fragmented: the scientists produce discoveries that take a long time to benefit bedside care; the technician may not fully understand the needs of the patient management; the business professionals could face challenges in gaining trust for their social enterprises; the clincians find it difficult to articulate practical product design.
This is an opinionated post on my belief how the future of text editing should be.
I have been editing my CV recently. The purpose of a CV is to illustrate a person’s relevant professional experience in a field and basically to sell someone out. Since it is about selling, then some customization is required for each post to achieve the best impression. The basic content across all documents is likely to be similar or the same, but the sequence may need to be rearranged to highlight different expertise for different audience.