Medical Malpractice Not a New Concern, According to Harvey Cushing’s Notes

Though it may seem that medical malpractice is somewhat of a new and current concern, Johns Hopkins University researchers have stumbled upon some information that screams otherwise. Harvey Cushing Notes Provide Substantial Insight Medical students at the University researched and reviewed notes written by American neurosurgeon Harvey Cushing. Cushing is considered the "father of modern neurosurgery" and a pioneer of the brain surgery that we know of today. He developed many of the techniques that neurosurgeons still use, dramatically increasing patient survival rates after such invasive and dangerous procedures on the … [Read more...]