A Life in Brain Surgery
There is a popular misconception that brain surgery is technically very difficult – but this is not the case. It is no more difficult than any other branch of surgery. What is difficult is that it is very dangerous, which makes decision-making hard.
In this lecture, leading English neurosurgeon Henry Marsh will make clear that medical decision-making involves just as much emotion as reason, and that all doctors find it difficult to strike a balance between compassion for their patients and professional detachment.
Please note: The location of this lecture has changed. This lecture will now take place in the Franz Palm Lecture Hall, Tongersestraat 53 instead of the Auditorium, Minderbroedersberg 4-6.