Editorial| Volume 30, ISSUE 4, P447-448, August 2017

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We Are Teachers by Design; The Time Machine Approach—Time to Revisit

Published:September 25, 2014DOI:
      In my Editor's Workshop of August 2014 I asked if you were willing to take a journey through the time machine, and called your attention to Professor Peter from Prague who had the vision of a “separate clinic” for pediatric and adolescent gynecology (PAG) in 1940.
      • Dewhurst J.
      Then we visited the evolution of our specialty, with contributions of Drs Huffman, Capraro, and Sir John Dewhurst, followed by Drs Alvin Goldfarb, Donald Goldstein, and Jean Emans. These individuals were pioneers in PAG and set the stage for what we currently do on a daily basis; conveying their knowledge and expertise with the earliest contributions in PAG. To this day many of the teachings and surgical techniques we use stem from the “forefathers and foremothers in the field.”
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