William The Coroner’s Forensic Files

Sunday, 3, January, 2010

You Say You Want A Resolution,

Filed under: Teaching — williamthecoroner @ 19:19

well, you know, it seems a little silly. For a professional, learning and improving are not confined to January. I try to do a lessons learned after every class, and work on continuous improvement. After all, I can always do things better. Plus, when you reach a certain age, as I have, you have to do some lifestyle modifications if you have any vanity whatsoever. The less said about that the better. After all, other people’s diets are about as interesting as other people’s golf games.

Be that as it may, though, I have some projects that this semester is the time to get off the ground;

  1. The colchicine paper
  2. The asphyxia paper
  3. The airgun death paper
  4. Analysis of the Physiology data
  5. Writing a grant for the new teaching materials for physiology
  6. Presenting the teaching work I’ve done at either AMEE or AAMC. AMEE this year is in Glasgow. That would be worth a trip.

Personally, there are also some projects I’ve had hanging fire including:

  1. Excavating the basement
  2. Excavating the spare room
  3. Putting a model railroad in a coffee table
  4. Archiving my library

Which also need to get done.  But it’s going to be all right.

So, for you here are the fab four.



  1. Sounds like a ‘fun’ year…LOL

    Comment by Old NFO — Sunday, 3, January, 2010 @ 20:03 | Reply

  2. I LOVE the idea of a coffee table railroad.

    Comment by Meagan — Monday, 4, January, 2010 @ 00:27 | Reply

  3. Putting a model railroad in a coffee table

    I have to agree that this is the coolest idea I’ve heard today. 🙂

    Comment by Tam — Monday, 4, January, 2010 @ 12:45 | Reply

  4. If you are serious about archiving your library, go to http://www.spacejock.com and get BookDb2. It’s free, as is all his software, and just what you need. You might find some of his other software useful also.

    Comment by Gerald — Sunday, 10, January, 2010 @ 21:43 | Reply

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