How is neurology taught at a temple?
How are temple neurologist and physicians trained?
These are the questions I’m hoping to answer when I teach temple neurologics and temple medicine in the fall.
Temple neurologists, physicians, and temple students are in demand, with a shortage of qualified candidates, and there’s an increasing demand for temple medicine.
Temple physicians are the most skilled in their fields, and the temple has a high demand for its own physicians.
The temple is not the only place to get temple medicine, though.
Many physicians work at other temples and in other states, and some temples also offer specialized neurology.
Temple students and faculty are also being sought.
These physicians are needed for temple-specific teaching.
We will use the term neurology in this article to refer to a particular field of medicine that focuses on neurological and psychiatric disorders, such as epilepsy.
Neurology encompasses a variety of conditions that are related to brain function, such to stroke and traumatic brain injury.
It can include things such as: Neurology is one of the primary avenues for researching and treating neurological disorders, and it’s also important to understand how they develop.
In this article, we will examine some of the most common neurological disorders that occur in the United States and examine the different ways that temples can be involved in treatment and prevention.
This article was originally published in the August 2016 issue of the Temple News.