A 30-hour shift without sleep is something akin to running a marathon, in terms of sheer exhaustion. Brandon Musgrave should kw. While in medical school, he endured many of these grueling shifts, ashave countless other physicians in training.'Hour 30' is a gripping memoir shedding new light on the life of a medical student. From insane work hours to dramatic patient encounters, thing is censored as the reader is taken through all four years of medical training. Although sometimes graphic in nature, the reader will come away with a new outlook on what really goes on in today's hospitals and medical training programs. This book highlights the remarkable transformation of a vice student into a physician and gives a new take on the doctor-patient relationship. 'Hour 30' is a raw, hardcore memoir written with a positive spin as the author learned to deal with death and dying to realize the calling of his life.
Dr. Brandon Musgrave completed his four years of medical school at Loyola University Chicago Stritch School of Medicine from 2004-2008. He then completed a 5-year residency in Otolaryngology: Head & Neck Surgery at Henry Ford Health System in Detroit. Brandon spent his early years growing up in the rural parts of southern Illinois before completing his undergraduate studies at the University of Illinois in Champaign-Urbana. When not working, Brandon enjoys spending time with his twins, Ethan and Ella. In 2013, he completed his residency and started a surgical practice in northern Illinois.