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Opinion Article - Journal of Clinical Pathology and Laboratory Medicine (2022) Volume 4, Issue 1

Equal development and progressive responsibility: The history of the mayo clinic neurology residency.

The history of the American residency has been completely shrouded by Ludmerer in his 2014 book and a past filled with the Mayo Clinic Otolaryngology Residency Program was distributed in 2020. Mulder talked about instruction in the Mayo Clinic Department of Neurology as a component of an outline of the historical backdrop of the division in 1971. The historical backdrop of the Mayo Clinic Neurology Residency Program was checked on in a book by Mulder in 1988, however this was secretly printed and not generally available. Todman summed up a portion of the substance of this book, yet didn't dig into the historical backdrop of the preparation program. Using yearly area/office reports and various other essential sources in the W. Bruce Fye Center for the History of Medicine at Mayo Clinic, this critique will audit the historical backdrop of the Mayo Clinic Neurology Residency exhaustively. It will zero in on the preparation program in Rochester, MN, while noticing that nervous system science residencies were begun at Mayo Clinic in Florida and Mayo Clinic in Arizona during the 2000s. Equal turn of events and moderate liability were fundamental parts of the residency from the beginning.

Author(s): Lee Chang-min*

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