A Locum’s ScrapBook: “I’ve Got The Lung!”

Editor’s Note: I’m doing some perfusion traveling as I am taking my show on the road.  As such, every once in awhile I will be dropping a few notes and pictures of places visited, and observations made.  In a sense, the beginning of a scrap book on Open Heart Surgery in America (and other places […]

A Locum’s ScrapBook: Getting Started

Editor’s Note: Locums Tenens is defined as: Locum tenens, roughly translated from Latin, means “to hold a place.” Locum tenens perfusionists fill in for other perfusionists on a temporary basis for a range of a few days to up to six months or more. When a healthcare employer faces temporary staffing shortages due to vacancies, illness, or […]

A Locum’s ScrapBook: “How Did I Get Here?”

Part 1 of a series Editor’s Note: This section and series is dedicated to the few of us that do locums perfusion and choose it for whatever reasons. Although I have taken a theme of the Nomad to emphasize some of the superficial aspects of Locums Tenons work in the field of perfusion, the pictures […]