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Maverick Medical Education is focused on teaching and training as many medical professionals the skills and techniques needed to alleviate the pain of their communities and within their practices. To do so, we have thought out the best way for physicians, practitioners, nurses, and others to learn from our expert team. That said, medical training needs hands-on practice in order to learn the procedures and develop proficiency.
There is no secret that Maverick Medical Education wants to provide the best. We want the best for students, the best for trainings, and the best for the community at large. By being thoughtful about the pedagogical decisions we make, like making our course content accessible ahead of time, front loading the academic work, so our time in person can be spent practicing techniques, we know we are providing the best we can. This drive for the best carries over to every aspect of the lab, including using cadavers for modules and learning.
Behind the Maverick name is a group of men and women who truly believe the methods and courses we teach will revolutionize how our students treat those in their community. When we start a new course, we hope the students will find value in our instruction and are able to apply new techniques in their practices. Jamie Harris, CRNA, is one of our repeat students who can vouch for the application of these methods and how her patients are better for the courses she has taken. As she completes her fellowship through TCU, she is ready to push even further in the pain management and medical practice fields for the success Maverick sees.