The future of reproductive medical education
If creativity is the hammer by which technology progresses, specialization is certainly the nail.
Craig Niederberger, M.D. F.A.C.S., Antonio Pellicer, M.D.
Volume 101, Issue 6, Page 1509
If creativity is the hammer by which technology progresses, specialization is certainly the nail. This journal and its burgeoning ways of communicating reproductive science and medicine is just one example of how successful we humans have become at documenting the “how to” for technology; and like every innovative pursuit that leads to such remarkable achievements as space flight and in vitro fertilization, the volume of background material necessary to master the current day’s “how to” in order to build on it grows at an apparently exponential pace.