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My adventure to a 525/advice/knowledge/life tips

2020.07.15 19:15 Spartan10142 My adventure to a 525/advice/knowledge/life tips

Howdy y’all, this was an email that I sent to all my friends that are studying right now/beginning to prepare, so please excuse the language and how personal it is. Some of my friends thought it would be helpful to post on here, and I'm all about sharing the love, so I thought why not. I'm swamped with secondaries right now (I waited until I got my score yesterday to submit them), but I will try to reply to anyones comments ASAP as possible.
Greetings friends. After a tumultuous summer I finally got my MCAT score back, and I did well enough that I feel comfortable sharing my MCAT journey and all the resources I used. I got a 525, so I like to think I might have an idea of what I’m talking about and am not full of shit. If you have any questions just let me know, we’re all in this together. I’m gonna try to break this email up by sections, but there’s a chance I might ramble so just deal with it.
A couple things to start off with:
No one really talks about this but I thought the most important thing is to have a GROWTH MINDSET 😤. No but really, if you wanna do well you need to have confidence in yourself. If you don’t believe that you can get a good score then you probably won’t. Obviously you should set realistic goals and don’t become depressed when you don’t get a 528, but I’ve always thought it was best to aim high.
Another thing is that the MCAT isn’t really a test of intelligence, it’s just a test of your work ethic. Before I did any studying I thought I’d be fine since I’ve done well in all my undergraduate classes. NOPE. Even if you have a 4.0, there will be so, so many things you haven’t seen before that you need to learn. I’ve seen a lot of people consign themselves to lower score because they think they’re not as smart as other people. Even if it doesn’t come as easily to you, if you work at it you can do better than you think.
On that note, you need to cut the bullshit out of your life and make the MCAT a priority. One thing that really helped free up my time was when I stopped going out 3 days a week. We all love the Wednesday night harp show but know what I love more? Having a stable future. It is sucky, and you won’t have as much time for your friends or relationships. This means you can’t be hanging out with the broskis every other day, you can’t be fucking your ex at 1am, and as mentioned you won’t going to the bars or parties. Yeah it is AIDS, and I’m still salty that I barely hit the bars last semester especially when they are closed for the foreseeable future. However, if you want to do the best you can then need to eliminate distractions. I was lucky enough that I have a great support system, friends, and family to help me through this process. They understood when I couldn’t hang or didn’t text back for a week, and they didn’t get pissed because they knew I had to grind. I have stories of people with friends or significant others that can’t take the lack of contact and it causes problems - I can’t tell you what to do but if that happens to you I would suggest reevaluating who you hang out with and if they have your best goals in mind.
Things that are helpful before you even start studying
Depending on who you are, there is a chance you are getting this email ahead of time before you even need to worry about the MCAT. In that case congrats on being responsible, but please enjoy your life before this consumes it. Anyway, there are a couple things that I think would be helpful that nobody ever talks about. First and foremost, being able to read quickly is a huge blessing. I have always been a nerd and used to get in trouble for reading during class, so I am lucky in that this wasn’t a huge issue for me. The MCAT is timed and presents a lot of information to process, and if you can read fast that means you can get through the material much quicker, allowing you more time to check on questions that you have flagged. Since you will be making hella flashcards (read below), it will be really helpful if you can type fast. I type all my notes for school so I am fairly proficient (lucky for y’all or there would be no way in hell I would type this novel), however if you are not the best then there are several online typing websites you can use to improve your speed. Since the MCAT is all multiple choice there will be no things that you need to type, but it will save you a tone of time during your review. Finally, this makes sense but try to do your best in your undergrad classes and learn to retain information, not just get the day. If you barely passed orgo the first time you took it then it will take even longer to relearn it for the MCAT. Likewise, even though I got a 4.0 in biochem I didn’t memorize all the pathways, and it was annoying to have to relearn it. If you are in the position, keep these tips in mind and it will save you some time.
How I studied (chronologically in general):
Tbh I kinda bullshitted my way into MCAT studying for a while, as I didn’t really know anyone else who was studying at the same time. This is one of the things I highly regret, as I feel like I wasted too much time by not having a solid plan. There are services online that will build you a study plan for like $150. I never used them because I can usually self motivate, but if you are one of those people that cannot focus then you might wanna look into it. The first couple months I spent doing content review, which basically means I went through every page of the Kaplan books and took detailed notes. In the end, this was a COLOSSAL waste of time and I highly regret it. Hundreds of hours were put into making notes that I never used again, and those hours would be much better spent doing practice questions or something else. I would still recommend looking over the books because they provide a good basis. However, if I could go back I would probably just skim through them and maybe take light notes. Another thing I will discuss more - you need to be studying using active recall, which for most people means doing practice questions or flashcards. Don’t fall into the trap of reading over notes, thinking “that makes sense,” and then moving on with your life. Studies have shown repeatedly that is simply not the move, it does not work, and it is fake news. No, you’re not better than everyone else and learn better from reading your notes. If you still wanna disagree on this, just delete the email right now and continue to delude yourself.
After I did a content review, I couldn’t really tell you what I got done. I have about a 2 to 3 month gap in my memory on how I studied, which is why I suggest using a schedule. I assume I spent most of this time doing practice questions, and I also know that I got through all of UEarth Right around this time is when COVID hit, which really threw a wrench in my plans. I was originally supposed to test on 4/25, but miss rona pushed my test back 2 months to 6/27. I knew that I needed to really get my ass in gear in the last 2 months to get up to my goal (at that time my goal was a 520), so this is when I really started to put the work in.
Since my semester had ended, I basically studied everyday, full time. I struggle with waking up in the morning, and although on average I wanted to wake up at 7 everyday I usually got up at 9. I would workout (except when I got lazy which was more often than I’d like to admit), and then make a smoothie and study. My routine usually consisted of doing my Anki review cards in the morning, doing some practice questions, then doing new Anki cards in the afternoon. Something that I struggled with was working at home, and honestly if at all possible do not study in your own house if you can avoid it. I would usually go to the student union or find a nice spot outside, and I was lucky because my roommate moved out and I was able to use his room as an office with my phone in a different room. I would usually try to do a practice test every Wednesday and Sunday, spend the following Thursday and Monday reviewing it, and then spend the other days doing any practice I had left. As I got closer and closer to the test date I was eventually running out of practice questions and had more and more Anki cards, so I would end up just doing hella Anki cards a day.
Per Section Tips
First off for every section I was kinda surprised with how well I did, a whole lotta luck and everyone’s prayers went into it so excuseeee me if I can’t back up my score.
Chemistry/Physics (C/P): This section was a pain in my ass. I had done well in chemistry and physics in class, but at least at MSU you get a cheat sheet for PHY 231/2. The MCAT has no such luxuries, and you will be forced to memorize everything. Everyone stresses on orgo, but if you look at the content breakdown orgo is only 5% of the total content, and if you didn’t feel the need to do that good you could ignore orgo and probably do fine. I noticed that after doing a lot of practices, a lot of the stuff is very repetitive and testing the same things. You need to know your distillations and kinematic equations and how to find the resistance in parallel vs series, but honestly the stuff the section covers isn’t as hard as it seems once you get used to it
Critical Analysis of Bullshit aka Reading aka CARS: If C/P is a pain in the ass CARS has been the bane of my existence. “But Paul, how hard can reading be you illiterate fuck? The answer is just there you gotta read it!” Alas, this is not the case. I’ve read all my life, I got perfect scores in ACT and SAT reading, but CARS doesn’t really test your reading ability, it just tests if you can figure out the AAMC’s bullshit logic they use when writing questions. I ended up doing well in this section on the real thing, but honestly it has been one of the hardest things to improve and I can’t really give any huge game changers I used to boost my score. One thing that did help was after each paragraph, I would take a couple seconds to mentally summarize what I just read. Some of the material is insanely boring, and unless you stay engaged it will be hard to retain it and then answer the questions. In addition, you can’t spend time trying to find every answer in the text, as sometimes it will be vaguely implied and you have to ~feel~ it. The official AAMC section banks (discussed below) offer some good practice for this, and I would also recommend signing up for Jack Westin reading passages and doing those. I honestly think CARS is just something you have to practice over time and cross your fingers, do a rain dance, and pray that it will come to you. There is no quick fix and it’s impossible to cram for, so try to just start ASAP
Biology/Biochem (B/B): So tbh I have been an intro biology TA for 4 semesters now, meaning I have technically taken the class 5 times and a lot of the basic material is child's play (why you gotta fight with me at cheesecake). First off for the love of god memorize all the amino acids, glycolysis, and the Krebs cycle. You can’t get around it, they will ask questions about it, and it is easy points. Something else that’s important (really applies for the whole exam but) is that learning how everything is interconnected and applying concepts. You can’t really use sheer memorization for this, and a lot of questions I would get right because I was like oh shit this is just like a different concept I learned that I can apply to this. There are many many topics covered in this, so like everything else I would suggest just trying to absorb as much material as you can.
Psych/Soc (P/S): Honestly it is a beauty that this section is last because it is the “easiest.” I think that if you are struggling to get your score up, this is probably the easiest section to do it in because it is just memorizing a bunch of terms. Sure you need to rote memorize a lot of stuff, but many questions are just definitions and don’t really test your problem solving that much. I also found that I always finished psych with ample time left, so it gave me time to check on your answers. One thing I’ll warn you about is on the actual test, psych was hard as hell and I felt like it was my worst section by far, while it ended up being my best one. Keep in mind that even though this section is more straightforward than other ones, there will still be some curveballs. Also, process of elimination is essential in this section, as you will often get questions that require you to know 4 different theories - even if one is something you have no clue about, you may be able to eliminate the other options.
Actual Test Day and Trusting the Process:
Alright first when you take the test (applies to full lengths and every test in general) there are a couple strategies I used that I think helped get my score. First off, when actually taking the test I would usually try to make a quick first pass on it. The MCAT setup lets you flag questions, and if there was a question I had no clue on or one that I guessed on and went back, I would flag it by clicking the flag in the upper right hand corner. This not only allowed me to get through the whole test, but meant that I wouldn’t waste time on hard questions when there were easy questions further in the test. After making my first pass I would then review all the incomplete questions and flagged ones, and if I still had time I would go through the whole test again. More than once I caught a question I hadn’t flagged that I got wrong, so this was helpful.
Something else that was helpful was meditating. I don’t think I ever truly meditated, but between sections I would close my eyes and try to focus on my breathing. I know it sounds like some hippie bullshit but it actually works, I think it kinda helps calm you down and stay focused. It is easy to feel like you bombed one section and then let it affect your other sections, but I would try to push this out of my head and think along the lines of “okay even if chemistry sucked you can still do perfect on every other section and kill it.”
Something else I wanna discuss is scoring and low yield vs high yield concepts. Low yield and high yield is something that you will hear a lot, and basically refers to content that should be expected to be seen a lot (high yield) and content you may not ever see (low yield). An example of something high yield would be the structure of amnio acids, while something low yield is something like Kuber-Ross end of life stages. Some people only focus on the high yield stuff and ignore the low yield stuff, but personally I think that is a mistake. My philosophy is that you should go into the MCAT feeling like you know everything and are prepared for anything they might throw at you. Obviously you won’t and you will still be confused on some topics, but at least you are more likely to do better. Now if you have limited time that is a different story, but if you are able I would suggest treating everything as high yield.
In regards to scoring, something to keep in mind is that it is much much easier to improve at a lower level than at a higher one. The difference between the 515 I scored in March and the 525 I got in June was only a difference of ~15 questions right, and represented hundreds of hours of studying. Tbh, I theoretically could’ve gotten a 528 if I had gotten only 3 more questions right. For that reason (at least in my opinion), it is kind of hard to study for a score past 525, and that entire range (98-100th percentile) is based on your content knowledge and luck. If you are already scoring high you will probably notice the lack of advice and guides online to scoring in that range, as most things are focused on getting you to a 515 (generally most people’s target). Similarly, if you start out at a 490 it is going to be much easier to get to a 500 then from a 500->510, and a 510->520. Just something to keep in mind as you format your plan of attack.
As you approach your test day, most advice says to just relax and not do any material, but since I’m the kid that will still be looking at his notes while the test is being passed out in the front of class, I found this hard to do. At the end of the day however, the studying you do the last day and honestly in the last week won’t make that much of a difference. If you have been scoring in the 510 range on all your official FL’s, do not expect that you will suddenly get a 520 on test day. When you take the test, you will go to the Pearson Vue testing center (leave your phone in the car), sign in, get your palm scanned and photo taken, and then be led to the testing room. You will be asked to flip out your pockets, and the proctor (in my case a student) will lead you to the room. Keep in mind that if you want, you can ask the proctor for some disposable earplugs, in addition to the over the ear headphones that are next to your computer. Miraculously, I found that my room was actually pretty quiet, and I had no trouble concentrating. I took the test in the middle of COVID, which means they shortened the test to allow for 3 tests a day in order to fit everybody in. Because of this, the test was a little under 6 hours long instead of the 7+ hours it normally is. I had a smoothie for breakfast and went to the bathroom before, and I chose not to take any of the breaks. If you feel like you need a drink of water or to take a piss, keep in mind that it takes some time to get checked in and out, so really your 10 min break turns into 5. Now after you took the test, do your best not to freak out. Personally I got jimmy johns, then sat in my car and called my dad. I felt confident on FL4 but felt like I bombed the actual test, and all I could focus on were the questions I had likely gotten wrong. This is normal, everyone feels that way, and odds are you didn’t fail. I then spent the next 2 weeks tweaking and reading horror stories of people who did good in practice and then bombed their actual test - for the love of god don’t do this, try not to do something school related, and just relax. It is out of your hands and there is nothing you can do, so don’t worry about it because I bet you did great.
How to take a full length (FL):
If you do any research online, you will likely see people refer to something called FL’s. These stand for full length tests, and they are released by AMCAS, the company that makes the MCAT. These tests are the best gauge of how well you will do on the MCAT, as I’m pretty sure they are just old MCATS. You should pretend that each FL is the real thing - that means taking it in a quiet environment, no notes, phone away, etc. There are currently 4 AAMC FL’s, which means 4 practice test (representing more than 1000 practice questions)
Now, here’s where I go against the thread. The conventional wisdom is to take your full lengths within a month of your actual test, and your test will be ±2 points of the average of your FL’s. However, I was originally supposed to test April 25th, and when it got pushed back to June 27th I had already taken FL1-3. This means I couldn’t take the average, since there were 300+ hours of studying done between FL3 and FL4. Personally, I find I learn a lot from reviewing practice questions, and as such it’s going to be natural to improve on subsequent ones. A lot of people only focus on actually taking the test, but actually reviewing the test is essential, and probably one of the most important things to do when studying for the MCAT. Every question is multiple choice, and therefore has 1 right answer and 3 wrong answers (except the questions like I, I & II, II & III but fuck those questions). This means that when doing any sort of practice, you should not only know why the right answer is right but why the other 3 are wrong. If you can do this for every question, you know your stuff. To test if you’re doing it right, if you were to look through old practices you should be getting almost every question right. If not, you probably need to focus on how you review information. My scores on the full lengths were 514, 515, 513 (rip CARS) and 524.
A note on third party practice tests - do NOT trust scores from third party tests, at least not at face value. First of all, the companies have a financial incentive to make them harder. You might notice that companies like Kaplan have a money back guarantee if you don’t do better on the actual test than their practices. To make sure you never claim it, they make their tests way harder than the real thing. For reference, I got 510 on a Kaplan FL and scored 524 on FL4 the next week. Furthermore, the AAMC has a very specific format that you need to get used to, a format not used by other test making companies. This holds especially true in CARS - basically disregard any 3rd party cars test, as it is fake news.
Anki
I was going to throw this in the section below but I realized that Anki was so instrumental in my success it deserves it’s own separate header. Anki is basically a flashcard app, but it has some features that make it amazing. When you use online flashcards like quizlet, it will basically have your cards in a pile and there is no way of ranking them. With Anki, whenever you look at a card you can rank it by difficulty, and then cards that are easy will go to the back of your pile while difficult ones will stay at the top. That way you can maximize your time. What you should be doing is basically making an Anki card on anything and everything. This includes right and wrong questions, things that you kinda know but not quite, things you see online that you aren’t 100% confident of. If there is a topic that you don’t know well enough to teach to another person, you should make a card for it.
This is mentioned below, but in addition to making your own cards I would use a master deck. That is basically a compendium of all the knowledge that will be on the test. They are usually not super in depth, but offer a great way to get a general understanding of stuff.
The important thing after making the cards is actually using them, and this is where I dropped the ball. I didn’t really start going through my Anki decks until a little over a month before the MCAT, and since I had accumulated over 6000 cards including the master deck it meant I was doing more than a thousand reviews a day. Anki is made for long term learning not cramming, and I would recommend working on cards simultaneously as you make them.
I am not an expert on Anki, but there are a lot of YouTube videos and resources out there that can explain it better than I. I would also recommend downloading the Heatmap add-on to track your progress and to motivate you to keep up with it, as well as the image resizer add on to make it easier to add screenshots.
Also something that made studying easier for me was that I would often do my Anki cards while hammocking. Obviously it would be difficult depending on your location/the season, but I love outdoors and it was much better for me to work on a deck outside rather than cramped inside an office.
Some of you have requested I send my Anki decks, which I did because once again, we are all in this together. However, I would generally warn against using other peoples flashcards or Anki decks. If we both took the same test there would be questions I thought were easy that you thought were hard, and vice versa. It is gonna be a waste of time, since your study plan should be custom to
YOU, nobody else.
Seriously though, download Anki and use it. Without Anki I would not have done well. Plz.
Other Resources I Used:
AAMC Official Material - This includes the full lengths I previously discussed, as well as other section banks with official practice questions. These are very helpful, as they are written by AMCAS and the MCAT is written in a specific way. You will notice as you study more that while questions test certain knowledge, but official questions are written differently than 3rd party ones. Among the AAMC resources are something called Section Banks. These are basically the hardest questions that are likely to show up on the test. Don’t fret when you get half of them wrong, because they’re designed to be hella hard. They are another great resource to study from, because if you can nail the hardest content then everything else will seem easy.
UEarth - UEarth can straight up have my children, it is probably one of if not the best resource you can use. Basically UEarth is a paid service that has 1900 practice questions, styled exactly like the MCAT. Questions are broken up by sections (Chem, Physics, Bio, Biochem, Psych, Soc, Reading), and furthermore by subsections (for example Chem could have circuits, magnets, thermo, mirrors, etc). UEarth allows you to make custom practice tests, and you can choose the type of questions you want. The real beauty of UEarth is that they give detailed explanations for every question, including why the wrong answer is wrong. This allows you to figure out why you chose the wrong answer (which as mentioned, is important). I went through UEarth on my first pass over spring break (and made Anki cards for them), and then went back over a month or so later and redid all of the questions I had gotten wrong previously. This was important, because if I still got them wrong it meant that I didn’t learn the subject.
Kaplan - Most people purchase a set of books, and the 2 most common are the Princeton Review and Kaplan. They’re basically the same, so flip a coin or whatever. One thing that is nice with Kaplan is you have access to their online services. At the end of each chapter in the book there is a 15 question quiz, and they have all these online when you make an account. They also provide you with 3 free practice tests, which are nice.
NextStep Full Lengths - As I’ve mentioned, I learn best when doing practice questions. NextStep is a third party company that sells practice tests and section banks. Even though they are very deflated, they still are great for testing your content knowledge. I got the bundle of 6 tests, and was able to do so when they had a sale. Depending on how long you are studying for, I would definitely use NS tests if you can.
JackWestin CARS practice - JackWestin is apparently just a dude that is good at reading. CARS is one of the hardest sections on the MCAT, and he has a free email service where you sign up and they send you one passage a day. I would recommend doing that literally after you’re done reading the novel I’m writing right now, and then actually do it. I had like a 3 month period where I would just delete the emails every day, and that is stupid. If you do one passage a day you’ll spend only ~10 minutes, but you’ll be doing the equivalent of an entire CARS practice every week.
MileDown Anki Deck - Legend has it that Mr. Miledown was an extremely gracious person sho spent his gap year making a comprehensive review of all the MCAT material. The Miledown deck is an Anki deck of a few thousand flashcards that encompass all of the knowledge that should be on the MCAT. Theoretically, if you go through the entire deck and learn everything then you will know everything that will be on the MCAT. It can be downloaded from reddit if you google it. There are several other master decks (the other one I know of is Jack Sparrow), I only used the MileDown one and I was fine but do some digging.
Reddit - this was also instrumental for my MCAT success. I was never big into reddit, but I made an account specifically when preparing. There is an MCAT subreddit with an absolute wealth of knowledge. If you have a question, I can almost guarantee that someone has asked it before. There are tons of people that are apparently altruistic af, and will take time out of their day to give detailed answers. Reddit is also huge when reviewing your FL’s. If you have a tricky question google “reddit MCAT FL# C/P #” and there will probably be multiple threads with different explanations. Reddit also has some funny memes and people will post very helpful tips or study sheets. There’s also lots of posts like what I’m writing now, where people will outline their study strategy and give tips. I think one of the reasons people do so bad on the MCAT (after all 50% of people score below a 500) is simply because they are not aware of what is out there.
Stuff attached to this email - I attached some of my favorite resources that I used when preparing. Highlights include the Khan Academy document and The Miledown Overall Review pdf. Some of the website links are to very specific topics, but ones that I struggled with and found helpful. It’s helpful, and ctrl f is your friend. I also attached my Anki decks.
What I Wish I Did Differently:
I obviously got a great score, however there were several things that I would have changed. As mentioned, I wasted a lot of time on my content review. Unless you are actively recalling the content, there is very little you will learn from reading and taking notes. I could have easily shaved a couple hundred hours off my study time if I kept this in mind. If I had an actual schedule to follow, I would definitely have been more efficient - some people find that it helps to have a study buddy to keep each other accountable. In addition, I should have been more diligent at following a routine and waking up early. Especially in summer with my test 2 months away, it was really easy to sleep in until 10. I would try to remind myself that if I woke up 3 hours earlier, that means I can finish 3 hours earlier. In the same vein, it is important to set boundaries while you study and try to enjoy your life. I would often try to “study” until 10 at night, which usually consisted of me going on my phone while my laptop was open with flashcards. This is just stupid, either you are studying or not; you can’t halfass it.
Miscellaneous
You might have noticed that I didn’t do any sort of standardized program. It may work for some, but personally I find that when you’re being taught with everyone else, it is very easy to either get ahead and be wasting your time or fall behind and struggle. I am also poor. Many people like private tutoring, however that is also extremely expensive and many times it is easier to find the answer yourself.
In a similar thread, you need to keep in mind that MCAT companies are for profit companies. This is where my cynicism will show through - the primary goal of these companies is to maximize profit, not get you the best score. Of course they want you to do well so they will look good, and I’m sure individual teachers do care, however as a whole they are trying to sell you something. As part of my Kaplan book set I was able to have a 30min call to help plan for studying. When I asked her about other resources like UEarth and Nextstep, it was evident that she was basically told by her boss not to endorse anyone but Kaplan, so she steered me back towards their own products. They are not praying on your downfall, but just keep that in mind when you get advice from someone.
Also if you can’t tell already, the MCAT is hella expensive. Including the fee for taking the test, I spent around $1100 throughout the whole process. I was lucky to be in a position where I was able to work over the semester to save up, but it is something to think about.
Something that also really helped me was an app called Forest. It is an app that will grow mini virtual trees when you don’t use your phone for a given amount of time. Growing trees gets you coins, which you can use to unlock more trees and even use to get the company to plant real trees. It sounds cheesy, but it was really helpful for me and helped me stay off my phone.
A note on mental health:
The MCAT is a real bitch, and I knew of lots of people that I either knew personally or saw online that had their mental health really affected. I am lucky enough to not suffer from high anxiety or other disorders, but given how stressful it was for me I can’t imagine dealing with it on top of other shit. At the end of the day, the MCAT is just another standardized test and the score doesn’t define who you are. At worst you would have to retake it, and even if you have to take a gap year it is not the end of the world. Ik you might think it is easy for me to say since I got a good score, but even after I got the score in the back of my mind I was like hmm well if I had gotten XYZ right maybe I would’ve done even better. Unless you’re a genius you probably won’t get a 528, and that is okay. Do the best you can, remind yourself that med school admissions are holistic, and at the end of the day remember to take time for self care.
Alright folks that’s a wrap. I think I included most of my thoughts, but I’m sure I forgot a few things. Let me know if you have any other questions, you can reply to this email or just text me. Feel free to send this to your friends, I really don’t care and I want everyone to do as best they can on the MCAT. We are all smart and capable and we will all get into medical school and be doctors someday. I believe in you.
Everything you need to know in science: https://jackwestin.com/resources/mcat-content/aamc-mcat-science-outline
Electrostatic Equations: https://www.reddit.com/Mcat/comments/ha9rff/tips_for_understanding_electrostatics_instead_of/
Understanding linear to chair conformations of sugars: https://www.organicchemistrytutor.com/converting-between-fischer-haworth-and-chair-forms-of-carbohydrates/
Converting 3rd party FL scores to actual ones: http://joel.vg/converting-3rd-party-mcat-scores-to-actual-scores/
Memorizing Erikson stages: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3BcwntGAB34
Link to MileDown MCAT Overall Review (too large to attach): https://www.reddit.com/MCAT2/comments/96hwed/umiledown_s_god_tier_review_sheets/
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2020.06.01 18:13 abhijoysarkar Weekly Update: Parachute Crypto League, new assets on Voyager’s Interest Program, Fantom Lachesis now ABCI compatible, CyberFM + Blockchain Radio... – 1 May - 7 May'20

Weekly Update: Parachute Crypto League, new assets on Voyager’s Interest Program, Fantom Lachesis now ABCI compatible, CyberFM + Blockchain Radio... – 1 May - 7 May'20
Hi everyone, it’s been a difficult few weeks for everyone around the world with a constant barrage of sobering news – from COVID-19 to super cyclonic storms to George Floyd. I hope this update offers some much needed respite. Here’s your week at Parachute + partners (1 May - 7 May'20):

Congratulations to Foo for winning the inaugural Parachute Crypto League (which started last week). New leagues (including ones with $PAR prizes) were added this week. New Parachute league was added as well. How does it work? Click here to find out. Hope you got a chance to partake in the Tiproom giveaway event. Bose hosted a Football-themed trivia in TTR for some sweet $PAR rewards. Noice! Gamerboy’s random quiz for 1k $PAR per question got everyone scratching their heads. Unique and Victor’s trivias were pretty as well. Charlotte changed up the format of standard tiproom quizzes with a new one this week. Cap shared a sneak peek of what’s to come in the next few weeks. New $PAR use-case as well. Plus, latest digestives coming up. The 2FT ongoing theme continued with "videos featuring bands or artists whose name starts with the letters U, V, W, X or Y" this week. Check out all the cool music that got posted from Sebastian’s playlist. Epic gif Peace Love. Haha! Want to get some $PAR for staying in shape during the lockdown? Don’t forget to check out the TTR Pushups Contest. And if you were a fan of Jason’s Financial Fridays in 2gether, stay tuned for next week since it is coming back to Parachute. ParJar is currently at 32k+ users and 1.4M+ tips. Epic!
Jason shared a sneak peek into his computing setup. Pretty cool!
aXpire COO Matthew Markham wrote about the effect of legal billing software on law practice management. The monthly 200k $AXPR burn can be tracked here. 2gether CEO Ramon Ferraz routinely sends out emailers with project updates to all Founders (registered 2gether members). Click here to check out the latest. The crew also compiled a list of 7 books to read in order to learn about cryptocurrencies. Voyager introduced $XRP (Ripple), $EOS, $XLM (Stellar), $OMG (OmiseGO) and $ZRX (0x) to its Interest Program. Read more about it here. They celebrated it with a massive 5k $XRP giveaway along with an interest boost program. CEO Stephen Ehrlich sat down for an interview on Scott Melker’s (The Wolf of All Streets) podcast this week. Stephen was also interviewed by Jason Hartman (host of Creating Wealth Show). Switch released the first set of a 10 part series blog posts this week chronicling the story of the project starting with the beginning, move from Ethershift to Switch, launch of SwitchDex and the various Switch tokens. More to come next week. Fantom submitted a proposal to the MakerDAO community for adding $FTM as a collateral for $DAI. The latest technical update was published as well. The update covers news such as Fantom’s consensus protocol now being compatible to Application BlockChain Interface (ABCI). ABCI allows blockchain "transactions to be processed in any programming language". Saweet! Read more about ABCI compatibility here. The first Uptrennd Halvening ($1UP gets doubly difficult to earn) is expected to happen around the time of bitcoin halvening. Altcoin Buzz talked about it in their latest video. Huge congratulations on crossing 100k members! Uptrennd also announced a Citizenship program aimed at improving the overall quality of posts and comments by offering more giving power to higher ranked members. Jeff also sat down for interviews with Scott Cunningham for BeInCrypto and with Cash Alternative TV this week.
Amazing achievement, Uptrennd!
Following the launch of Pangaea Phase 3 last week, Harmony started an incentivised testnet staking program this week for delegators in partnership with Binance. The April #pow thread (i.e. project updates from April) can be found here. It was also summarised into an article. If you missed last week’s AMA, you can catch up from the transcript. Pangaea Phase 3 testing now has 1k+ validators and delegators. Noice! Part 2 from last week’s smart contract webinar was released. Harmony's Edgar Aroutiounian gave a presentation at Ready Layer One's online conference on BLS Aggregate Signatures. The project joined Indian state Telangana’s Blockchain District Accelerator program T-Block Accelerator as an official platform partner. Cointelegraph covered this news as well. The team also shared the latest updates through a community hangout. IntelliShare founder Raymond Xiong will appear for an AMA with CoinKeeper next week. Elections for the 6th Autonomous Committee started this week. GET Protocol shared their thoughts on how to reopen Dutch museums safely. COTI’s April rewards were distributed. Crypto analysis collective Trade Dog’s in-dept project review was released. Congratulations on getting the highest rating. If you have missed the events of April, the latest newsletter’s got your back. DoYourTip announced a partnership with InFocus Games to have their mascot Tipply as a playable character in the Pathfinders game in the form of an ERC1155 asset. The demo is live already. Have fun gaming! A DYT trading league on Crypto Leagues was started as well.
Harmony’s Pangaea P3 testing turned out to be a success with high participation throughout
Read all about Opacity’s April updates here. District0x’s latest weekly update report can be read here. The latest Hydro blogpost cleared some FAQs about prepaid cards. Community requests for the latest Sentivate update was closed this week. The update includes browser upgrade, devMode toggles etc. The code commits can be tracked on GitHub. Check out how stream and play works here. If you are worried about censorship resistance of the Universal Web, have a read of this tweet thread. Plus, a $BTC giveaway contest was launched by the crew as well. Chief Engagement Officer at OST, Simona Pop, spoke at the first ever Ethereal Virtual Summit this week in addition to speaking at Ready Layer One’s community event (as mentioned in the last update). The SelfKey team explored if there was a causal relationship between developer activity and market cap of a project. The data breach compilation article was updated. The crew will be hosting an AMA next week. The progress report for April was published. Now that Constellation’s Hypergraph Mainnet is live, read all about the current status and what next here. The team sat down for an AMA with KuCoin. The community-built balance-checker lets you look at mainnet wallet balances. The Yazom Mobile app got approved by Google Play. You can register for early access on the website. Blockchain Radio was integrated with CyberFM this week. This means all 17 featured shows and 23 radio hosts of Blockchain Radio will now be available on the CyberFM app.

And with that, we close for another week in the Parachuteverse. See you again with another update. Ciao.
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2020.05.11 04:31 IHateTypingInBoxes Audio History Quiz! Fun! Prizes!

Audio History Quiz! Fun! Prizes!
In order to pass the time and hopefully inspire some fun, I've created a quiz about some interesting tidbits from the history of our profession.
There's also a nice price on the table: a new license of Smaart SPL.
(Full disclosure: this is not a Rational Acoustics giveaway or affiliated with Rational Acoustics in any way; it's a license that I paid for out-of-pocket. The license number will be sent to the winner, to register and activate as they please.)
There are ten questions. Everyone who gets all ten right will have their Reddit usernames dumped into an Excel spreadsheet, and Excel's random number function will pick a winner, who will be notified via Reddit private message. If no one gets all ten right, the winner will be picked from all the folks who got 9 answers correct, and so on.
The quiz will remain open for 36 hours from the time of this post, when I'll close the quiz and notify the winner at 10:30 AM eastern on Tuesday May 12th. Let's keep it friendly and have some fun. Good luck y'all.
Click here to take the quiz.

EDIT: Results are in!

The quiz is now closed!
Out of 40 respondents, 11 people correctly answered all ten questions. Looks like I need to make them a little trickier next time :) Those 11 usernames went into a hat and my parrot chose the winner. The winner is:

https://preview.redd.it/mzky245mbcy41.png?width=1024&format=png&auto=webp&s=9b76be4f2720e6fb233d5022bd4f96085b2cfe79

u/Rismack
Congrats mate! Please check your DM’s for your Smaart SPL license info.
Thanks to everyone who participated, except for the two people who answered each question with comments about my mother. This is why we can’t have nice things.
Here are the question topics with links for further reading:
Disney’s Fantasia is the first feature-length film released with stereo sound, using Disney’s newly developed Fantasound system. I think it’s a good movie, even if u/AshamedGorilla does not.
Technically The Wizard of Oz was filmed the year before - with a stereo soundtrack - but was mono-summed in theaters due to a technical issue and wasn’t actually released in stereo until years later. However, both answers were accepted as correct here.
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Dan Dugan is widely recognized as the inventor of the automatic mic mixer. His company sells hardware devices, and his algorithms are used in many modern consoles’ onboard automixers - sometimes even without his permission. I have actually never used one.
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According to Shure, “SM” originally stood for “Studio Microphone.” Another, perhaps lesser known tidbit, is that the SM57 and SM58 are based on the same cartridge design, just with different grilles.
A common early type of microphone was the carbon microphone. Over time the granules could become compacted, and output would decrease. Tapping the microphone would usually cure the problem - more accurately, taking the capsule out and tapping it on a hard surface - but that part has largely been lost to history as well.
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Meyer’s SIM analyzer was based on the Hewlett-Packard HP 3582 hardware analyzer. Bob McCarthy has a wonderful article about the early SIM rig here.They could only view 1/7th of the frequency range at a time.
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Sound designer Martin Levan pioneered the A/B sound system used to resolve comb filtering between multiple open mics on stage, for the show Aspects of Love in 1988. It works quite elegantly - assuming you can double your entire PA. It’s less common these days, but Lion King Broadway is still hung as an A/B show.
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Engineer Peter Baxandall published his “negative feedback tone control,” now commonly known as the Baxandall tone control, in a 1952 issue of Wireless World. This circuit design definitively solved many of the design issues and limitations that were present at the time, and formed the basis of analog tone controls and equalizers for future decades. Much more information in this wonderful book by Neve and Soundcraft console designer Doug Self. Rupert Neve was a common guess here, and he was a major innovator in many ways as well.
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David Collison received the first poster credit for sound in the theater in 1962 and was the first person to hold the title of Theater Sound Designer in the UK. His book is here and he’s also discussed in Shannon Slaton’s excellent book here. Abe Jacob is an awesome guess - Abe is hugely influential in early theater sound (he pioneered theatrical applications of head-worn wireless microphones, powerful concert loudspeakers with dedicated electronic processing, delayed speaker zones#Straight_delay), under-balcony speakers, front-fill speakers, mix position in the audience, FFT analysis, scene recall, digital mixing consoles, and delay used to focus audience attention). He was one of the first designers with a Broadway credit (1971).
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In designing the V’DOSC line array system, Heil, Urban, and Bauman introduced Fresnel’s ideas in optics to the field of acoustics. Their work is based on Fresnel’s development of segmented lenses that focused the light output to a controlled beam. Think about how aircraft landing lights are bright on axis and dim everywhere else - that’s the idea behind a Fresnel lens, and that’s how the vertical coverage behaves at HF in a straight line source as well.
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Richard Heyser developed Time Delay Spectrometry as the basis for swept sign audio measurements. There is some evidence that a similar technique was already in use at the time in naval submarine radar applications, but Heyser applied the concept to audio measurement. Heyser was one of the most brilliant engineers ever to work in the field of audio. You can read an anthology of his work here.

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2020.04.01 12:45 beccatws 73 Distraction Activity Ideas

  1. Browse mindfulness and meditation resources to try
  2. Work on personal development through journaling - here’s a list of prompts
  3. Browse new healthy recipes
  4. Plan your meals
  5. Work your way through this list of films that have helped people with their mental health
  6. Do the 7 Day Happiness Challenge from Action for Happiness
  7. Watch free online documentaries
  8. Watch comedy
  9. Play on a trivia or games app
  10. Learn some basic yoga poses - check out Yoga with Adriene on YouTube
  11. Learn calligraphy or hand-lettering
  12. Learn how to play a musical instrument
  13. Talk to a volunteer listener (see pages 20-26 of The Social Connection Planner)
  14. Read a biography about someone who inspires you
  15. Do some mindful colouring - free mindful colouring sheets here
  16. Rediscover old music you liked when you were a teenager
  17. Watch a live stream theatre show from The National Theatre
  18. Make a list of things to save up for
  19. Have a relaxing DIY foot soak
  20. Do a free online nutrition course
  21. Start a blog
  22. Download Bumble BFF and chat to new people in your area
  23. Reorganise or redecorate your living space
  24. Do a jigsaw puzzle
  25. Make a list of goals for the year
  26. Find a new podcast to listen to
  27. Declutter
  28. Update your CV
  29. Make a list of books you want to read this year
  30. Search Pinterest for craft or DIY project ideas
  31. Download Reddit and browse uplifting content such as aww and humansbeingbros
  32. Do a free online drawing class
  33. Search Facebook for local groups with volunteering opportunities
  34. Arrange to catch up with someone over video chat
  35. Explore new music
  36. Do a workout video
  37. Brainstorm ways to save more money
  38. Learn furniture building or upcycling
  39. Make a life experiences bucket list
  40. Get a 30 day free trial of Audible and listen to an audiobook
  41. Do a free online coding course
  42. Build your Mental Wellbeing Toolkit
  43. Use Jackbox Games to play games with friends
  44. Join an online book club
  45. Start learning a new language
  46. Do the 4-week Best Possible Self Exercise, an evidence-based intervention for improving wellbeing
  47. Plan some thoughtful birthday or Christmas gifts
  48. Research activities for your elderly relatives
  49. Start a side project to earn extra money
  50. Browse free online courses (here are some for kids)
  51. Write a poem or short story
  52. Make a cookbook of your favourite recipes
  53. Make a list of things you’re looking forward to when the pandemic is over
  54. Become a volunteer listener (or chat to one) on 7Cups.com
  55. Watch a live stream gig from Sofar Sounds
  56. Watch TED Talks
  57. Use the Netflix Party extension to watch Netflix with your friends online
  58. Do a home improvement project
  59. Do some gardening
  60. Make a list of topics you’re curious about and research them online
  61. Do a spring clean
  62. Search Pinterest for family bonding ideas
  63. Search Pinterest for indoor kids activities
  64. Learn knitting, cross-stitch or embroidery
  65. Find a new board game to play
  66. Do exercise song videos with your kids
  67. Take part in a virtual pub quiz
  68. Start a dream journal
  69. Watch a live opera stream from The Metropolitan Opera
  70. Do some baking
  71. Feel more connected by finding a pen pal
  72. Learn how to invest in this free online course
  73. Explore ideas for camping in your backyard
Edit: Oh wow! Thanks so much for the gold, my first award :)
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2020.04.01 12:43 beccatws 73 Distraction Activity Ideas

  1. Browse mindfulness and meditation resources to try
  2. Work on personal development through journaling - here’s a list of prompts
  3. Browse new healthy recipes
  4. Plan your meals
  5. Work your way through this list of films that have helped people with their mental health
  6. Do the 7 Day Happiness Challenge from Action for Happiness
  7. Watch free online documentaries
  8. Watch comedy
  9. Play on a trivia or games app
  10. Learn some basic yoga poses - check out Yoga with Adriene on YouTube
  11. Learn calligraphy or hand-lettering
  12. Learn how to play a musical instrument
  13. Talk to a volunteer listener (see pages 20-26 of The Social Connection Planner)
  14. Read a biography about someone who inspires you
  15. Do some mindful colouring - free mindful colouring sheets here
  16. Rediscover old music you liked when you were a teenager
  17. Watch a live stream theatre show from The National Theatre
  18. Make a list of things to save up for
  19. Have a relaxing DIY foot soak
  20. Do a free online nutrition course
  21. Start a blog
  22. Download Bumble BFF and chat to new people in your area
  23. Reorganise or redecorate your living space
  24. Do a jigsaw puzzle
  25. Make a list of goals for the year
  26. Find a new podcast to listen to
  27. Declutter
  28. Update your CV
  29. Make a list of books you want to read this year
  30. Search Pinterest for craft or DIY project ideas
  31. Download Reddit and browse uplifting content such as aww and humansbeingbros
  32. Do a free online drawing class
  33. Search Facebook for local groups with volunteering opportunities
  34. Arrange to catch up with someone over video chat
  35. Explore new music
  36. Do a workout video
  37. Brainstorm ways to save more money
  38. Learn furniture building or upcycling
  39. Make a life experiences bucket list
  40. Get a 30 day free trial of Audible and listen to an audiobook
  41. Do a free online coding course
  42. Build your Mental Wellbeing Toolkit
  43. Use Jackbox Games to play games with friends
  44. Join an online book club
  45. Start learning a new language
  46. Do the 4-week Best Possible Self Exercise, an evidence-based intervention for improving wellbeing
  47. Plan some thoughtful birthday or Christmas gifts
  48. Research activities for your elderly relatives
  49. Start a side project to earn extra money
  50. Browse free online courses (here are some for kids)
  51. Write a poem or short story
  52. Make a cookbook of your favourite recipes
  53. Make a list of things you’re looking forward to when the pandemic is over
  54. Become a volunteer listener (or chat to one) on 7Cups.com
  55. Watch a live stream gig from Sofar Sounds
  56. Watch TED Talks
  57. Use the Netflix Party extension to watch Netflix with your friends online
  58. Do a home improvement project
  59. Do some gardening
  60. Make a list of topics you’re curious about and research them online
  61. Do a spring clean
  62. Search Pinterest for family bonding ideas
  63. Search Pinterest for indoor kids activities
  64. Learn knitting, cross-stitch or embroidery
  65. Find a new board game to play
  66. Do exercise song videos with your kids
  67. Take part in a virtual pub quiz
  68. Start a dream journal
  69. Watch a live opera stream from The Metropolitan Opera
  70. Do some baking
  71. Feel more connected by finding a pen pal
  72. Learn how to invest in this free online course
  73. Explore ideas for camping in your backyard
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2020.04.01 12:43 beccatws 73 Distraction Activity Ideas

  1. Browse mindfulness and meditation resources to try
  2. Work on personal development through journaling - here’s a list of prompts
  3. Browse new healthy recipes
  4. Plan your meals
  5. Work your way through this list of films that have helped people with their mental health
  6. Do the 7 Day Happiness Challenge from Action for Happiness
  7. Watch free online documentaries
  8. Watch comedy
  9. Play on a trivia or games app
  10. Learn some basic yoga poses - check out Yoga with Adriene on YouTube
  11. Learn calligraphy or hand-lettering
  12. Learn how to play a musical instrument
  13. Talk to a volunteer listener (see pages 20-26 of The Social Connection Planner)
  14. Read a biography about someone who inspires you
  15. Do some mindful colouring - free mindful colouring sheets here
  16. Rediscover old music you liked when you were a teenager
  17. Watch a live stream theatre show from The National Theatre
  18. Make a list of things to save up for
  19. Have a relaxing DIY foot soak
  20. Do a free online nutrition course
  21. Start a blog
  22. Download Bumble BFF and chat to new people in your area
  23. Reorganise or redecorate your living space
  24. Do a jigsaw puzzle
  25. Make a list of goals for the year
  26. Find a new podcast to listen to
  27. Declutter
  28. Update your CV
  29. Make a list of books you want to read this year
  30. Search Pinterest for craft or DIY project ideas
  31. Download Reddit and browse uplifting content such as aww and humansbeingbros
  32. Do a free online drawing class
  33. Search Facebook for local groups with volunteering opportunities
  34. Arrange to catch up with someone over video chat
  35. Explore new music
  36. Do a workout video
  37. Brainstorm ways to save more money
  38. Learn furniture building or upcycling
  39. Make a life experiences bucket list
  40. Get a 30 day free trial of Audible and listen to an audiobook
  41. Do a free online coding course
  42. Build your Mental Wellbeing Toolkit
  43. Use Jackbox Games to play games with friends
  44. Join an online book club
  45. Start learning a new language
  46. Do the 4-week Best Possible Self Exercise, an evidence-based intervention for improving wellbeing
  47. Plan some thoughtful birthday or Christmas gifts
  48. Research activities for your elderly relatives
  49. Start a side project to earn extra money
  50. Browse free online courses (here are some for kids)
  51. Write a poem or short story
  52. Make a cookbook of your favourite recipes
  53. Make a list of things you’re looking forward to when the pandemic is over
  54. Become a volunteer listener (or chat to one) on 7Cups.com
  55. Watch a live stream gig from Sofar Sounds
  56. Watch TED Talks
  57. Use the Netflix Party extension to watch Netflix with your friends online
  58. Do a home improvement project
  59. Do some gardening
  60. Make a list of topics you’re curious about and research them online
  61. Do a spring clean
  62. Search Pinterest for family bonding ideas
  63. Search Pinterest for indoor kids activities
  64. Learn knitting, cross-stitch or embroidery
  65. Find a new board game to play
  66. Do exercise song videos with your kids
  67. Take part in a virtual pub quiz
  68. Start a dream journal
  69. Watch a live opera stream from The Metropolitan Opera
  70. Do some baking
  71. Feel more connected by finding a pen pal
  72. Learn how to invest in this free online course
  73. Explore ideas for camping in your backyard
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2020.04.01 12:42 beccatws 73 Distraction Activity Ideas

  1. Browse mindfulness and meditation resources to try
  2. Work on personal development through journaling - here’s a list of prompts
  3. Browse new healthy recipes
  4. Plan your meals
  5. Work your way through this list of films that have helped people with their mental health
  6. Do the 7 Day Happiness Challenge from Action for Happiness
  7. Watch free online documentaries
  8. Watch comedy
  9. Play on a trivia or games app
  10. Learn some basic yoga poses - check out Yoga with Adriene on YouTube
  11. Learn calligraphy or hand-lettering
  12. Learn how to play a musical instrument
  13. Talk to a volunteer listener (see pages 20-26 of The Social Connection Planner)
  14. Read a biography about someone who inspires you
  15. Do some mindful colouring - free mindful colouring sheets here
  16. Rediscover old music you liked when you were a teenager
  17. Watch a live stream theatre show from The National Theatre
  18. Make a list of things to save up for
  19. Have a relaxing DIY foot soak
  20. Do a free online nutrition course
  21. Start a blog
  22. Download Bumble BFF and chat to new people in your area
  23. Reorganise or redecorate your living space
  24. Do a jigsaw puzzle
  25. Make a list of goals for the year
  26. Find a new podcast to listen to
  27. Declutter
  28. Update your CV
  29. Make a list of books you want to read this year
  30. Search Pinterest for craft or DIY project ideas
  31. Download Reddit and browse uplifting content such as aww and humansbeingbros
  32. Do a free online drawing class
  33. Search Facebook for local groups with volunteering opportunities
  34. Arrange to catch up with someone over video chat
  35. Explore new music
  36. Do a workout video
  37. Brainstorm ways to save more money
  38. Learn furniture building or upcycling
  39. Make a life experiences bucket list
  40. Get a 30 day free trial of Audible and listen to an audiobook
  41. Do a free online coding course
  42. Build your Mental Wellbeing Toolkit
  43. Use Jackbox Games to play games with friends
  44. Join an online book club
  45. Start learning a new language
  46. Do the 4-week Best Possible Self Exercise, an evidence-based intervention for improving wellbeing
  47. Plan some thoughtful birthday or Christmas gifts
  48. Research activities for your elderly relatives
  49. Start a side project to earn extra money
  50. Browse free online courses (here are some for kids)
  51. Write a poem or short story
  52. Make a cookbook of your favourite recipes
  53. Make a list of things you’re looking forward to when the pandemic is over
  54. Become a volunteer listener (or chat to one) on 7Cups.com
  55. Watch a live stream gig from Sofar Sounds
  56. Watch TED Talks
  57. Use the Netflix Party extension to watch Netflix with your friends online
  58. Do a home improvement project
  59. Do some gardening
  60. Make a list of topics you’re curious about and research them online
  61. Do a spring clean
  62. Search Pinterest for family bonding ideas
  63. Search Pinterest for indoor kids activities
  64. Learn knitting, cross-stitch or embroidery
  65. Find a new board game to play
  66. Do exercise song videos with your kids
  67. Take part in a virtual pub quiz
  68. Start a dream journal
  69. Watch a live opera stream from The Metropolitan Opera
  70. Do some baking
  71. Feel more connected by finding a pen pal
  72. Learn how to invest in this free online course
  73. Explore ideas for camping in your backyard
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2019.07.03 03:16 subreddit_stats Subreddit Stats: Anglicanism posts from 2019-01-25 to 2019-07-01 22:25 PDT

Period: 157.86 days
Submissions Comments
Total 994 10953
Rate (per day) 6.30 68.98
Unique Redditors 267 829
Combined Score 12956 43082

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  3. 405 points, 21 submissions: banqu0s_gh0st
    1. A photo inside La Sagrada Familia, Barcelona. (Taken by me) (49 points, 17 comments)
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    10. Please pray for me and everyone else taking GCSEs and exams (18 points, 5 comments)
  4. 362 points, 15 submissions: Bede_the_Venerable
    1. Notre Dame update: the interior appears substantially intact! (98 points, 13 comments)
    2. This time last year we were in the middle of a cold snap up in North-East England. It did lead to some heavenly moments, though. (63 points, 13 comments)
    3. Here's a little quiz for you- when was this chapel built? (38 points, 22 comments)
    4. Public Apology to Tristan and Paul Rimmer The Dean of King’s College, Cambridge (32 points, 11 comments)
    5. Who needs to be martyred when you can just have an imperial assumption? Presenting Our Lady of Bad Taste, Queen Victoria. (28 points, 35 comments)
    6. Some subreddit stats for the nerdier among us (i.e. everyone here) (25 points, 28 comments)
    7. Church of England told to print sexual abuse helpline on service sheets in landmark review: Largest ever survey of victims of vicars and bishops paints a damning picture (16 points, 7 comments)
    8. Detail of a stained glass window at St. Peter’s Episcopal Church in Phoenixville, PA. (12 points, 0 comments)
    9. Monday Musing: The Lollards had the right idea (11 points, 39 comments)
    10. Church of England numbers in Britain are at record low: survey (9 points, 9 comments)
  5. 327 points, 36 submissions: _dpk
    1. Potential ongoing brigading of this sub (56 points, 79 comments)
    2. Wednesday hot-take hot take: ‘hot take’ threads are bad and the moderators should ban or restrict them (20 points, 42 comments)
    3. RCC and CoE joint app project to help detect and report modern slavery at car washes results in nearly 1,000 reports (19 points, 1 comment)
    4. How was church? (Candlemas and the Fourth Sunday after the Epiphany) (15 points, 15 comments)
    5. How was church? (Lent I) (15 points, 36 comments)
    6. How was church? (Fifth Sunday after the Epiphany) (14 points, 12 comments)
    7. On the Response to the House of Bishops (13 points, 7 comments)
    8. How was church? (Fourth Sunday after Easter) (12 points, 15 comments)
    9. How was church? (Maundy Thursday and Good Friday) (12 points, 23 comments)
    10. How was church? (Lent III) (11 points, 10 comments)
  6. 244 points, 6 submissions: ag23thomas
    1. My wife and I were officially Confirmed into the Episcopal Church! (104 points, 33 comments)
    2. Happy Trinity Sunday! (74 points, 6 comments)
    3. Happy Pentecost! (42 points, 3 comments)
    4. ACNA 2019 BCP Rubric allows for pouring out of consecrated wine (10 points, 25 comments)
    5. Complete Text of the ACNA 2019 BCP (10 points, 45 comments)
    6. Tune in to ACNA Provincial Council Meeting (4 points, 1 comment)
  7. 235 points, 6 submissions: chaywardthgod
    1. All Anglican Priests know this feeling. (75 points, 3 comments)
    2. I think we can all agree that an Anglican Organist is the loudest thing God ever created. (65 points, 9 comments)
    3. GET REKT ROMAN GUARDS (34 points, 2 comments)
    4. When the congregation forgets not to say alleluia. (33 points, 11 comments)
    5. JESUS IS RISEN! (25 points, 0 comments)
    6. In need of any information on the history of the book of common prayer plus much much more! (3 points, 6 comments)
  8. 221 points, 6 submissions: revtrev92
    1. Praise God! #doxology (59 points, 5 comments)
    2. Mid-Week Chapel at my Local Parish (56 points, 4 comments)
    3. Worship with a baptism today at my local E.C. parish in Ashland, Kentucky. I took this picture 10 minutes before service so it doesn’t do the crowd justice. Great crowd, great service! (56 points, 12 comments)
    4. Conservative Episcopalians? (29 points, 46 comments)
    5. NRSV and C.S. Lewis (13 points, 11 comments)
    6. Bowing Before the Altar? Explanation please! (8 points, 14 comments)
  9. 184 points, 26 submissions: swengunderblum
    1. As an Anglican, is there anything that frustrates you about Anglicanism? (26 points, 54 comments)
    2. Myth or fact.... conservative Anglican/Episcopalian parishes are growing in membership while liberal parishes are declining? (18 points, 51 comments)
    3. A few quick questions about The Second Coming Of Christ. (17 points, 15 comments)
    4. Do you know many Anglicans who espouse Calvinism? And is predestination backed up in any of the major doctrinal sources for Anglicans, such as the 39 Articles or elsewhere? (14 points, 77 comments)
    5. When asked to defend the historical claims of Christianity (miracles, physical Resurrection, virgin birth) so many Clergy today waffle. They downplay the need for believing and point to "broader messages" to avoid having to defend certain points. Is that Christianity these days? (14 points, 31 comments)
    6. We "do theology" but often it seems like we are working out mathematical or legal problems, as opposed to finding out what we really believe and what makes sense to us. (11 points, 12 comments)
    7. Exorcism in the Anglican Church. (9 points, 8 comments)
    8. What are some qualities or characteristics that you see in other denominations that you would be happy to see in Anglicanism? (9 points, 11 comments)
    9. Do the dead see us? Are they aware of the activities of the living? (8 points, 7 comments)
    10. After Same Sex Marriage, what will Anglicanism's next big challenge be? (7 points, 85 comments)
  10. 180 points, 11 submissions: CiderDrinker
    1. I think I've just been 'born again' after 20 years of completely missing the point. (44 points, 16 comments)
    2. Seven things I like about Anglicanism (feel free to add your own). (37 points, 28 comments)
    3. Happy Commonwealth Day to all of those who are Commonwealth citizens. (The vast majority of Anglicans worldwide are.) (26 points, 12 comments)
    4. A quick reflection on Notre Dame (23 points, 6 comments)
    5. Livestream of Rachel Held Evans' funeral. Nadia Bolz-Weber preaching; Winnie Verghese presiding. (16 points, 3 comments)
    6. A New World (9 points, 0 comments)
    7. HTB-plant to displace congregation in Cardiff (8 points, 2 comments)
    8. Primus, Presiding Bishop or Archbishop? (8 points, 23 comments)
    9. This is still a cracking tune for Low Sunday. (4 points, 3 comments)
    10. Polarisation, Hardening Political Boundaries, Lack of Open Discussion etc (3 points, 28 comments)
  11. 180 points, 10 submissions: Come-My-Fanatics
    1. Church leaders offer prayer and solidarity after New Zealand mosque attacks leaves 49 dead (42 points, 0 comments)
    2. Church of England attacks Home Office for saying Christianity 'not peaceful' to reject asylum seeker (35 points, 13 comments)
    3. Presiding Bishop Michael Curry wins top broadcasting award for Royal Wedding sermon (35 points, 1 comment)
    4. On the episcopate (23 points, 45 comments)
    5. Outdoor Statues (12 points, 3 comments)
    6. Who is your favorite Reformer? (11 points, 58 comments)
    7. Favorite Rowan Williams Books (8 points, 6 comments)
    8. Recommendations for the Caroline Divines? (6 points, 2 comments)
    9. Contemplative prayer (4 points, 2 comments)
    10. Does the National Cathedral charge for weekday services? (4 points, 9 comments)
  12. 174 points, 2 submissions: harryeu2
    1. I was confirmed in the beautiful Ely cathedral yesterday :) (106 points, 7 comments)
    2. A photograph of me with the bishop of Ely just after my confirmation ceremony (68 points, 10 comments)
  13. 164 points, 8 submissions: WhiteTwink
    1. A mystery that may never be solved (79 points, 32 comments)
    2. The real problems of church life (36 points, 8 comments)
    3. The Lord’s Prayer in Classical Chinese, bonus Saturday hot take: the Chinese Vestments Controversy is the height of vanity (22 points, 11 comments)
    4. How do you take the Eucharist? Intiction? Bread then Wine? Chewing? Pill Form? (16 points, 81 comments)
    5. How do you respond to the accusation: Monotheism is Atheism? (5 points, 39 comments)
    6. “For unto whomsoever much is given, of him shall be much required” is the inverse true? (3 points, 8 comments)
    7. My proposal on how to solve creationism vs evolution “debate” - Creationary Last Thursdayism (2 points, 15 comments)
    8. What is the common view of Historical Heresies in the Anglican Communion: ie Arianism, Nestorianism, et al? (1 point, 19 comments)
  14. 160 points, 2 submissions: jerzeyjohn
    1. Christ Church Cathedral (Nashville, TN) (81 points, 2 comments)
    2. Trinity Episcopal Church (Columbus, OH) (79 points, 6 comments)
  15. 153 points, 14 submissions: diverseandsundry
    1. Archbishop of Dublin welcomes return of stolen crusader head. (25 points, 0 comments)
    2. Should Deplorables receive Holy Communion? (19 points, 17 comments)
    3. Why TEC - and Anglicanism - needs the Articles. (16 points, 60 comments)
    4. Why we need the Litany in Common Prayer (14 points, 7 comments)
    5. Friday Hot-Take: Wafers are bad and are akin to separate cups. (13 points, 40 comments)
    6. “Take, Eat”: The Confusion of benediction of the Blessed sacrament. (12 points, 48 comments)
    7. The Loyalist Clergy's Case against the American Revolution (11 points, 15 comments)
    8. Today is the feast of the Blessed Charles, King and Martyr (11 points, 28 comments)
    9. "Very meet, right, and our bounden duty": does 1662 lack a coherent Eucharistic Prayer? (10 points, 7 comments)
    10. Liturgical Revision, Community and the Pax (7 points, 2 comments)
  16. 151 points, 6 submissions: KarlBarthMallCop
    1. Please pray for Rachel Held Evans (62 points, 11 comments)
    2. TIL Ann Davis, famous for portraying Alice on The Brady Bunch, joined an Episcopal community shortly after the show's end and remained for 38 years (25 points, 4 comments)
    3. Friday 🌶 Take: A social space can either be affirming or non-affirming, but it can't be neither (24 points, 42 comments)
    4. Very Good Sourdough Pancake Recipe (21 points, 0 comments)
    5. Friday 🌶️ Take: The veneration of saints and angels and the fear of demons and devils are quite often in practice functionally indistinguishable from polytheism (17 points, 40 comments)
    6. The Revolutionary Art of Listening - Stephanie Spellers (2 points, 1 comment)
  17. 147 points, 9 submissions: dolphins3
    1. Hillary Clinton: My prayers go out to everyone grieving the tragic loss of @RachelHeldEvans. She lived a life of generosity, justice-seeking, and inclusive faith. So many people were touched by her voice and her example. What a life and what a legacy. (46 points, 6 comments)
    2. Thirty six per cent of Anglican congregations have no parishioners under 16-years-old (29 points, 34 comments)
    3. In light of the arguing about same sex spouses at Lambeth 2020, I want to share my thoughts on what I think is a double standard (28 points, 1 comment)
    4. New Episcopalian bishop ordained at service in Portland (21 points, 1 comment)
    5. Damon Kelly: Self-appointed 'monk' bombarded priest with anti-LGBT hate mail (8 points, 2 comments)
    6. Does anyone ever wonder why Church Publishing has so many variants of the Book of Common Prayer? (5 points, 16 comments)
    7. A statement on the cathedral of Notre Dame from the Convocation of Episcopal Churches in Europe, The American Cathedral in Paris, and The Episcopal Church (4 points, 1 comment)
    8. Bishops consider response to Lambeth decision not to invite same-sex spouses to 2020 gathering (3 points, 2 comments)
    9. What do you think will happen after the Methodist special conference? (3 points, 1 comment)
  18. 125 points, 9 submissions: GusWiyams
    1. My first attempts at Palm crosses. A little messy, but I don’t think Christ would mind :) happy Holy Week my brothers and sisters. (82 points, 12 comments)
    2. The fire at Notre Dame is sad indeed, but we must always remember this: “For dust thou art, and unto dust shalt thou return.” (10 points, 2 comments)
    3. Why is the Anglican communion not larger? (8 points, 25 comments)
    4. What even is “Celtic Eucharist?” (7 points, 28 comments)
    5. Does anyone attend a parish where they don’t do announcements during the liturgy? (5 points, 32 comments)
    6. How do y’all use the Daily Office? (4 points, 16 comments)
    7. Is Anglican liturgy more similar to pre-Vatican II Roman Rite, or the novus ordo mass? (4 points, 19 comments)
    8. Can anyone point me to some literature written by or about the Caroline Divines? (3 points, 5 comments)
    9. Can laity invoke the trinity? (2 points, 33 comments)
  19. 122 points, 13 submissions: 1Fower
    1. Opinions on the Legacy of King Henry VIII (19 points, 18 comments)
    2. Stained Glass Window for the United Prussian Church. Feels Like it also Sums Up Anglicanism (19 points, 6 comments)
    3. What do most Priest do on a Daily Basis? (17 points, 14 comments)
    4. Any good books and documentaries on the Church Of England, Episcopal Church, and the Anglican Communion (16 points, 3 comments)
    5. Cathedral of the Isles - Scottish Episcopal Cathedral in Great Cumbrae that is the smallest active cathedral in the UK (13 points, 2 comments)
    6. St. Mary's Episcopal Cathedral in Glasgow (9 points, 3 comments)
    7. Union with Communion Partners? (8 points, 25 comments)
    8. Does the Episcopal Church (TEC) have prison chaplains? (7 points, 4 comments)
    9. Most Evangelical and Anglo-Catholic Provinces (6 points, 18 comments)
    10. Books Reccomendations (3 points, 2 comments)
  20. 117 points, 14 submissions: OhioTry
    1. The Church of Nigeria (Anglican Communion) has a very active YouTube channel. (27 points, 2 comments)
    2. Presiding Bishop urges clergy to talk with Florida bishop about same-sex marriage disagreements - Episcopal News Service (14 points, 1 comment)
    3. Archbishop Thabo Makgoba of Cape Town: Lambeth 2020 boycotts will not help anyone (13 points, 1 comment)
    4. Heresy accusations laid against Nigerian bishop-elect by senior ACNA priest - Anglican Ink © 2019 (11 points, 8 comments)
    5. The Abbey is right to honour submariners (8 points, 4 comments)
    6. What (Not) to Do with the Trinity: Doctrine, Discipline, and Doxology in Contemporary Trinitarian Discourse. By Daniel Wade McClain [PDF] (8 points, 13 comments)
    7. Electoral Synod unable to elect new Bishop of Glasgow & Galloway - The Scottish Episcopal Church (7 points, 7 comments)
    8. Global call to design new Notre-Dame spire (6 points, 8 comments)
    9. Personal Evangelism Samuel M. Shoemaker [PDF] (5 points, 0 comments)
    10. Pastoral Letter of Archbishop Paul Kwong [on anti-extradition to mainland China protests] (4 points, 5 comments)
  21. 115 points, 4 submissions: such_reddit_wow
    1. Happy Ascension Day! (58 points, 11 comments)
    2. Weather Forecast but It's in Anglican Chant (50 points, 3 comments)
    3. Pilgrimage to Canterbury (6 points, 1 comment)
    4. Anglican Patrimony in Moscow VirtueOnline – The Voice for Global Orthodox Anglicanism (1 point, 6 comments)
  22. 107 points, 7 submissions: peasantcore
    1. Why the 39 Articles cannot be the basis for Anglican identity (24 points, 29 comments)
    2. Friday Fun Take: I love that Augustine is the patron saint of both brewers and theologians (23 points, 13 comments)
    3. Designed for Mission: The Typography of the ACNA’s New Prayer Book (20 points, 5 comments)
    4. Liturgy and Individualism (14 points, 1 comment)
    5. Question for ACNA folks: what is worship like at most ACNA parishes? (10 points, 22 comments)
    6. ACNA 2019 BCP: No Chalcedonian Definition? (8 points, 9 comments)
    7. Friday Cold Take: When TEC updates the BCP, the new version should be much shorter than the 1979 (8 points, 33 comments)
  23. 106 points, 1 submission: VexedCoffee
    1. I'm back from my Lenten fast and I'm a deacon now! (106 points, 18 comments)
  24. 100 points, 6 submissions: interlocken
    1. St. Peter's, Rome, GA. Stained glass from the chapel. The church can be seen in the lower right. (31 points, 5 comments)
    2. This was given to me by a friend after our confirmation, anyone else have one or know about it? (19 points, 7 comments)
    3. Saint Charles Lwanga and his companions were martyred between 1885-87 for among many reasons, rebuking the king for his debauchery and for murdering an Anglican missionary, for “praying from a book". Today is their feast day, maybe just in RC tradition. (18 points, 8 comments)
    4. Labels contained within "Anglo-Catholicism" (12 points, 27 comments)
    5. Anglican influence on post Vatican II liturgy (10 points, 9 comments)
    6. Brotherhood of St. Andrew, Orders on the Episcopal Church? (10 points, 9 comments)
  25. 98 points, 2 submissions: tryingforsomething
    1. A new Anglican joins the fold (88 points, 8 comments)
    2. BBC News: Four women priests on a 25-year journey (10 points, 0 comments)
  26. 97 points, 7 submissions: cnumbers
    1. Same-sex spouses not invited to next year’s Lambeth Conference of bishops - Episcopal News Service (29 points, 65 comments)
    2. Communion must deal with ‘ignorance’ and possible schism, Secretary General tells ACC (20 points, 0 comments)
    3. "For verily it is the most joy that may be, as to my sight, that He that is highest and mightiest, noblest and worthiest, is lowest and meekest, homeliest and most courteous: and truly and verily this marvellous joy shall be shewn us all when we see Him" (15 points, 5 comments)
    4. Lent with the Church Fathers. Day 1: The Didache. Discussion thread (10 points, 12 comments)
    5. What Notre Dame means to an Anglo-Catholic in Vermont (9 points, 0 comments)
    6. Executive Council called on to reflect on the future of faith communities, Anglican Communion (includes TEC's initial response to dis-invitation of same-sex bishops' spouses to Lambeth 2020) (8 points, 23 comments)
    7. [encouragement] Today's reading from Sirach (6 points, 9 comments)
  27. 97 points, 4 submissions: djosestation
    1. On Maunday Thursday evening, the holy table of St Stephen's Parish, Manila (華僑聖公會聖司提芬堂), was stripped in preparation for Good Friday. (49 points, 0 comments)
    2. On Good Friday morning, the congregation of St Stephen's Parish, Manila (華僑聖公會聖司提芬堂) had a simple service for the Veneration of the Cross (默想十字架). Other parishes would have the service of the Siete Palabras (Seven Last Words/十架七言) during the hours leading to 15:00. (34 points, 0 comments)
    3. The Anglican Church in North America (ACNA) had recently released 'The Book of Common Prayer 2019' on the website below. A full download of the BCP as well as individual parts are available on the website in PDF format. (11 points, 14 comments)
    4. What are your thoughts on having ministers from other denominations (or none) preach in our services? (3 points, 4 comments)
  28. 97 points, 3 submissions: U2lyrics
    1. Update: I went to an Episcopal Church for the first time today (62 points, 24 comments)
    2. Visiting an Episcopal church for the first time tomorrow (33 points, 9 comments)
    3. How do you prefer to receive the Eucharist? (2 points, 29 comments)

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  27. sl150 (259 points, 37 comments)
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  29. KarlBarthMallCop (249 points, 32 comments)
  30. peasantcore (248 points, 47 comments)
  31. swengunderblum (240 points, 106 comments)
  32. ErikRogers (239 points, 67 comments)
  33. _dpk (238 points, 47 comments)
  34. WhereSidewalksEnd (228 points, 62 comments)
  35. dolphins3 (227 points, 101 comments)
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  37. IslayThePeaty (221 points, 61 comments)
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  3. My wife and I were officially Confirmed into the Episcopal Church! by ag23thomas (104 points, 33 comments)
  4. Notre Dame update: the interior appears substantially intact! by Bede_the_Venerable (98 points, 13 comments)
  5. Get Your Ash In Church by bmcginnis47 (93 points, 6 comments)
  6. A new Anglican joins the fold by tryingforsomething (88 points, 8 comments)
  7. This popped into my 20-something gay mind while in church today by khharagosh (85 points, 48 comments)
  8. My first attempts at Palm crosses. A little messy, but I don’t think Christ would mind :) happy Holy Week my brothers and sisters. by GusWiyams (82 points, 12 comments)
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  10. A mystery that may never be solved by WhiteTwink (79 points, 32 comments)

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Dr. R.K. Mishra's way of providing real laparoscopic training had no parallel in the whole world and that convinced majority of the international organization of minimal access surgery that real laparoscopic training to young and practicing surgeons is possible if like-minded people join hands and work towards achieving this goal. According to Dr. Mishra if you have to make the community of Minimal Access Surgeon then catch them young. Due to his dedication World Laparoscopy Hospital is center of excellence in minimal access surgery.

Featured Published Articles of Dr Mishra in International Journals:

TITLEAUTHOROptimum Shadow-Casting Illumination for Endoscopic Task PerformanceDr R K MishraLaparoscopic Versus Open Appendicecomy for the Treatment of Acute AppendicitisDr R K MishraRole of Robotic Surgery in the Treatment of Mirizzi SyndromeDr R K MishraChanging role of laparoscopy in the management of patients with cirrhosisDr R K MishraInitial clinical experience using a novel laparoscopy assistantDr R K MishraComparison of Human Camera Holder with PMAT Camera HolderDr R K MishraScarless Cholecystectomy with Standard Laparoscopic Instruments in Selected PatientsDr R K MishraHuman Fibrin Glue in Laparoscopic Inguinal Hernia Repair: An Alternative to Invasive Mesh Fixation: A Review of LiteratureDr R K MishraSingle-Port Laparoscopic Placement of Peritoneal Dialysis CatheterDr R K MishraDifferent Port Closure Techniques in Laparoscopy SurgeryDr R K MishraImmunological Response of Postcholecystectomy: Single Incision Laparoscopic Surgery (SILS) vs Natural Orifice Transluminal Endoscopic Surgery (NOTES).Dr R K MishraThe Camera-holding Robotic Device in Laparoscopy SurgeryDr R K MishraTissue Glue in Laparoscopic Inguinal Hernia Repair: A Retrospective Comparative Analysis.Dr R K MishraDifferent Techniques of Tissue Retrieval from Abdominal Cavity during Minimal Access SurgeryDr R K MishraPerspective of Electrosurgical Sources in Minimal Access SurgeryDr R K MishraWhich Endoscopic way is true to predict the tubal Patency Test of Infertile Patient - Trans abdominal or TransvaginalDr R K MishraComparing Extracorporeal Knots in Laparoscopy using Knot and Loop SecuritiesDr R K MishraComparing Task Performance and Comfort during Nonpulmo nary Video-assisted Thoracic Surgery Procedures Between the Application of the Baseball Diamond and the Triangle Target Principles of Port Placement in Swine ModelsDr R K MishraDifferences between Thunderbeat, LigaSure and Harmonic Scalpel Energy System in Minimally Invasive SurgeryDr R K MishraIs there an ideal port position for laparoscopic urological proceduresDr R K MishraVeress Needle for Port-site ClosureDr R K MishraRole of Mishra’s Knots in Various Surgeries in LaparoscopyDr R K MishraChallenges in the Widespread use of Minimal Access Surgery for the Management of Abdominal Trauma: A PrimerDr R K MishraA Comparative Study of Single Incision vs Conventional Four Incision Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy: A Single Center ExperienceDr R K MishraComparative Study of Surgical Approaches for Renal Pelvic Stones in a Northern Rural Medical CollegeDr R K MishraComparison of Three-port vs Four-port Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy in a Medical College in the PeripheryDr R K Mishra
📷Prof. Mishra is a prolific author who has published his research findings in journal articles, abstracts, textbooks, book chapters, and in editorials. In addition to publishing his own research, he is much in demand as an editor for scientific publications. Prof. Mishra is editor in chief of World Journal of Laparoscopic Surgery, an international peer reviewed publication of minimal access surgery. His dozens of article published in various laparoscopic journals all over world including of the recent article published in Annals of Surgery, Surgical Endoscopy, Current Medical Journal of India, Journal of Minimal Access Surgery of India and World Journal of Laparoscopic Surgery. His recent article about Complications of Laparoscopic Surgery has brought to light many errors commonly overlooked during surgery. The World Journal of Laparoscopic Surgery now appears in a combined print / online format and one of the most popular laparoscopic journal of world. The World Journal of Laparoscopic Surgery is available online at www.worldjls.org It is dedicated to publishing worthy scientific and clinical articles and informing issues significant to the surgical profession. The popularity of World Journal of Laparoscopic Surgery can be imagined that at present there are 3000 subscriber of this journal from ever corner of the world. Reflecting on the activities of World Association of Laparoscopic Surgeons, surgeons and gynecologists of all over World are privileged to experience in the past from this excellent journal of World Association of Laparoscopic Surgeons. Throughout his career Dr. Mishra has also contributed to numerous chapters in undergraduate and postgraduate books and published over forty original articles in major peer review journals.
📷Prof. Mishra is author of many of the best-seller books in Laparoscopy and the most popular is Text Book of Practical Laparoscopic Surgery. This book is now available in its 3rdedition and globally with the ISSN (International Standard Book Number 81-8448-241-8. This book is published by World's leading Medical Publisher McGraw-Hill Education - Europe. This is best-seller book of laparoscopic surgery in more than 52 countries. This handsome book in laparoscopic surgery, gives a full description of all tricks and tips in performing a variety laparoscopic procedures. This book contain all colored plastic finish 602 Pages, 1500 color Illustrations. Four DVD's with 20 Power point's and 206 laparoscopic Videos are with this book. This book provides an invaluable study aid for all general surgeons, pediatric surgeon and gynecologists who wants to learn art and science of laparoscopic surgery. Concisely written overviews of each topic covered on the minimal access surgery combined with the illustration and videos with a new and innovative approach is surprising. Textbook of Practical Laparoscopic Surgery is an excellent source of practical laparoscopy for all practitioners, especially those who are involved in any surgical field related to Minimal Access Surgery.
📷First time in the World as a single author Dr Mishra has published minimal access surgery lectures as master classes of laparoscopic endoscopic and da Vinci robotic surgery for surgeons and gynecologists. This master class of 600+ hours of full HD videos on the fundamental skill & operative procedures of laparoscopic surgery is one of the important teaching recourse in medical school all over World. This 600 hour recording is live lectures of Prof. Mishra recorded live in full HD format while he was teaching his students. This entire master class video lectures are on a 500 GB hard disk separate for surgeon and gynecologist and published by Ascott publisher.
📷Textbook of Laparoscopic Surgery is translated in many languages and now available in 1200 book stores all over World. Prof. Mishra who mentors surgeons and Gynecologists from across the globe has received Spanish Golden Eagle award from The Republican Society of Spain for his Textbook of Laparoscopic Surgery now published in Spanish Language. The Foreword of this book is written by world leader of laparoscopic surgery Prof. Steven D. Wexner (USA), past president of SAGES and by Dr. Ray L. Green President of World Association of Laparoscopic Surgeons, USA. The Publisher of book of first edition was J.P Brothers Pvt. Ltd. and international publisher of third edition of this book is McGraw-Hill. This book is one of the best-seller book available in laparoscopic surgery through America's largest online book seller AMAZON and WHEELERS. Another best-seller book written by Prof. Mishra is Mastering the technique of Laparoscopic suturing and knotting. Mishra Knot was published in World Journal of Laparoscopic Surgery in 2007 and since then hundreds of surgeon all over world is using Mishra's Knot.
📷His book Mastering Laparoscopic Suturing and knotting is available globally with the ISSN (International Standard Book Number 81-8448-562-X. This book is also published by India's leading Medical Publisher Jaypee Brothers Medical Publishers (P) Ltd. This is best-seller book of laparoscopic suturing and knotting techniques and is available in more than 96 countries, worldwide. Laparoscopic Intra corporeal and Extra corporeal knot tying in minimal access surgery is an advanced skill. Mastering this skill is a difficult process with a long learning curve under the supervision of expert laparoscopic surgeon. Intra corporeal as well as extracorporeal suturing and knotting is essential to advanced laparoscopy and is a rate-limiting step in many procedures. This book is supplemented by very high quality DVD which shows all the important clinical aspect of laparoscopic knotting and suturing in video. After watching this video and carefully going through the text of principle of laparoscopic suturing and knotting, every surgeon will realized how much easy this skill is if tied with keeping in mind all the principles. World Laparoscopy Hospital is one of the pioneer institution of the world where Single Incision cholecystectomy and ventral hernia repair and SILS TLH is being frequently performed.
📷Another popular book Prof. Mishra is "Laparoscopic Hernia Repair". This book provides information that will be extremely useful in the performance of routine and advanced laparoscopic hernia surgery, as well as when particular situations or difficult moments are encountered during minimal access surgical hernia repair procedures in day to day clinical practice. All types of hernia (TEP. TAPP, Diaphragmatic and Hiatus hernia) is described in this book. This book of laparoscopic hernia repair is complete in all respects. It will give the perfect understanding of the laparoscopic hernia surgery to the practicing surgeons, proper solutions of technical difficulties and above all confidence to face the complication. Unique chapter on hernia surgery with the help of fibrin glue and da Vinci robotic hernia Surgery is included which has comprehensive coverage on da Vinci surgical Systems, Robot control, and Robot applications in cases of advanced surgery. Extensively illustrated with high resolution photographs which are self-explanatory and greatly enhance the understanding of various techniques of laparoscopic hernia surgery. This book is very useful for any laparoscopic surgeon who wants to perform hernia surgery with confidence. Two DVD's with many Power point's and laparoscopic hernia surgery Videos are with this book.
📷The Volume 1 is Essential for both surgeon and gynecologist. Volume 2 is dedicated for General Surgery and Volume 3 is dedicated for gynecologists who want to learn laparoscopic surgery in depth. In that DVD there is recorded golden live lectures, video demonstration, case presentation and demonstration of operative technique with high quality videos of world's one of the most talented Professor of Minimal Access Surgery and made it available for you on a set of 36 DVD's. The live recording of Laparoscopic Lecture/Demonstration and Video presentation is available in three volumes.
📷Another great production of Dr. Mishra is Jaypee's Video Atlas of Laparoscopic Surgery in three volumes. Set I contains Jaypee’s Video Atlas of Laparoscopic Surgery (Essential Surgery for Surgeons, Gynecologists, Pediatric Surgeons and Urologists) Many hundreds of surgeon and gynecologists have now already benefited from almost two hundred hours of detailed study and original teaching material on DVD / video. Prof. Mishra's personal and easy-to-follow step by step style makes this probably the most effective laparoscopic teaching method available as high quality video DVD. DVD Album I contain all the Essential skills of Minimal Access Surgery. Laparoscopic Live Lecture with detail step wise presentation by Power point's, Video Demonstration of real laparoscopic surgery and Case Presentation of complications, indications and contra indications of all minimal access surgical procedures on 36 High quality DVD's Volumes.
📷Jaypee's Video Atlas of Laparoscopic Surgery in three volume Set II contains Jaypee’s Video Atlas of Laparoscopic Surgery for general surgeon, Pediatric Surgeon and Urologist. The content of this video atlas comprises of all the analytical and technical information that would teach a Fellowship and Diploma Candidate of Laparoscopic Surgery at World Laparoscopy Hospital, over a period during surgical residency program. It is not presented in a referenced didactic form. Rather the style is a more personal explanation of the thought process and surgical principle that Dr. Mishra uses in his day to day practice. After viewing the videos, one will quickly note the commitment to make this album highly scientific. The clean atlas format and videos are in Power Point form with its numerous illustrations and figures with citations in systematic step by- step manner. The high quality video was deliberate choice of a concession to the busy surgeons and gynecologists and it is highly acclaimed by the scholars of minimal access surgery. The DVD with its introductory “booklet” will allow readers and viewers to go directly to that part of the operative technique that interests them.
📷In DVD set III of Jaypee's Video Atlas of Laparoscopic Surgery, Prof. Mishra has attempted to present all major laparoscopic procedures in Gynecological specialty including Hysteroscopy and urogynecology. Some of the less frequently performed laparoscopic procedures are not illustrated owing to the lack of material or space. In addition to the commonly performed major minimal access surgical procedures, Prof. Mishra has also illustrated many advanced procedures currently performed only at specialized centers throughout the world. He has tried to highlight important technical points for each step of the procedures in order to steer the reader away from potential complications. Prof Mishra has attempted to design this video album in a high-quality, comprehensive Atlas and hope that the reader appreciates its distinctiveness and merit.
These Video atlas has been designed for the purpose of providing a detailed overview of the major procedures performed by the minimal access surgeons including surgeon, gynecologist, pediatric surgeon and urologist, using full color video DVD of live surgical footage with spoken commentary. Creating the basis of this video atlas exclusively from actual surgical procedures, offers the reader a vantage point similar to that seen by the operating surgeon.
Another book written by Prof. Dr. R. K. Mishra is " Essentials of Laparoscopy " . This is one of the essential book for every surgeon and gynecologist. However, the price is reasonable given the hundreds of surgical drawings. Practicing gynecologist and surgeons will probably consider it to be a good review of familiar techniques. For medical students and house staff, the book will serve as an excellent reference for a quick read the night before laparoscopic surgery. Readers looking for a more in-depth discussion of surgical treatment of endometriosis, pelvic organ prolapse, and urinary incontinence, however, will find it necessary to invest in a supplementary book.
He has presented his scientific findings in society papers and exhibits at professional national and international meetings. Prof. Mishra is one of the very first surgeons who has started NOTES (Natural orifices trans luminal endoscopic surgery) in India. He is the member of European Association of Transluminal Surgery. He was the invited faculty during India's largest conference on NOTES, PSG Surgeon 2008 which was organized by PSG hospital at Coimbatore. The reputation of World Laparoscopy Hospital places this unique institute among the top laparoscopic training facilities in the world to start Fellowship course in da Vinci Robotic Surgery and Single Incision Laparoscopic Surgery.
Prof. Mishra's is expert in software programming. He has in depth knowledge of Visual Basics, C++, HTML, Dot NET, SQL database systems, PHP and Java. Prof Mishra has developed a unique Laparoscopic Prescription writing software and it is so easy to learn and use that any qualified surgeon or gynecologist can quickly be able to generate legible patient consent, Postoperative note, discharge card and medication prescriptions by only few clicks. This software can generate Laparoscopic Prescriptions with as few as three keystrokes. Most of the O. T. Note, postoperative general advice, dietary advice and medications with life style interaction will be pre-defined, with the ability to add on-the-fly. In this outstanding software developed by Prof. Mishra. Prescription Renewals can be quickly generated from previous prescriptions or from previously prescribed medications. Status of patient preoperative and postoperative tests are automatically available. The Drug Integration and Safety of Drugs are also automatically decided by this unique software. This software is one of the best-seller and present in almost all the famous medical library of the world. This software indicates which laparoscopic management recommendations are supported by clinical evidence, so you can implement them with total confidence.
Prof. Mishra has started first time in the history of UAE, 10 days fully recognized Laparoscopic Training course with 70 hours CME recognized by Department of Health and medical services Government of Dubai and European Union of Medical Specialists. He is also faculty of Ethicon Institute Of Surgical Education, New Delhi. He is the visiting faculty and Honorary Professor of many leading institution of the world like Iranian Medical University, Tehran, Iran, King Abdulaziz Medical City, Jeddah, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, Iranian Hospital, Dubai; Aljela Hospital, Tripoli, Libya, Gulu Independent Hospital, University of Gulu, Uganda. King and Edward Hospital, Kenya, Istanbul Goztepe Education and research hospital, Istanbul, Turkey . Prof. Mishra has been an invited faculty at over 200 local, National and International meetings and has been actively involved in teaching Minimal Access surgery techniques to other surgeons both in the India and abroad since 2001.
Dr. R.K. Mishra is recipient of hundreds of awards. He is recipient of Super Idol award for his achievement which will truly inspire others at life with an appreciative paradigm. The award of Super Idol adheres to a unique process of selection where the Network18 Editorial Board drawn from the editorial masterminds of CNN-IBN, IBN7, IBN-Lokmat deliberate to icons, keeping in mind their sterling contribution to humanity. Dr RK Mishra, has been named the recipient of the Global Laparoscopic Trainer award, an annual international award that recognizes one surgeon in the world whose career exemplifies the outstanding performance in Minimal Access Surgery. As an innovative surgeon and researcher this award and prize of Gold medal was given to Prof. Dr. R. K. Mishra He is also recipient of Global Medical Education Award by vice-chancellors of eight apex universities during National Open and Distance Education Summit 2007 in the presence of Honorable Shri P.R. Kyndiah, Union Minister for tribal affairs, Government of India. Dr R K Mishra has received Lord Ashdown Award on 12th March 2001, while pursuing his Master Degree in Minimal Access Surgery from Ninewells Hospital and Medical School, University of Dundee. Prof. Mishra who mentors surgeons has received Spanish Golden Eagle award from The Republican Society of Spain for his Textbook of Laparoscopic Surgery. He is recipient of Lord Ashdown award for his valuable teaching contribution in the field of Minimal Access Surgery. For his dedicated service in the field of laparoscopic surgery LIONS CLUB ANNAMAMALAINAGAR has honored Prof. Mishra with "THE LIFE TIME ACHIEVEMENT AWARD and BEST DOCTOR AWARD." For his outstanding work for the underprivileged section of society and extraordinary efforts in promoting the health needs of the India, Dr. Mishra has received Purvanchal Gaurav Award by Prvanchal Ekta Manch, New Delhi.
Prof. Mishra was the organizing secretary of four International conferences on recent advances in minimal access surgery organized by World Association of Laparoscopic Surgeons. He is a highly-esteemed and respected professional in this field, and his advances in this discipline have benefitted an incalculable number of people. All his international conference on Minimal Access Surgery was approved by ministry of health and family welfare, Government of India and financially supported by medical council of India. More than five hundred delegates from 65 countries were present in these international conferences. These International conferences were unique in whole world because it was covering seven subspecialty of Laparoscopic Surgery from all across the globe.
Dr. Mishra lives in Gurugram, India with his two sons, one daughter, and his lovely wife Sadhana. Tenacious, hardworking, and completely devoted, Dr. Mishra life work has been to practice, research, study, and drive innovation and excellence in his chosen field of Minimal Access Surgery and Laparoscopy. He has hobby of driving and at present he is President of Rolls Royce Indian Owners Club. He is musician also and has a great passion to play keyboard. He is a good billiard player and he is a member of World Pool-Billiard Association.
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Dr. R. K. Mishra is one of the most experienced professor of laparoscopic and robotic surgery who has alone trained more than 11000 surgaon and gynecologist from more than 138 countries. He has vast experience of teaching laparoscopic and da Vinci robotic surgery. He is Professor of Minimal Access Surgery and his endeavor of starting unique university program was started in Ninewells Hospital and Medical School, U. K. with Professor Sir Alfred Cuschieri. Dr. Mishra has taken his Diploma in Laparoscopic Surgery from university of Strasbourg, France. He has completed his surgical residency and Master degree in Minimal Access Surgery (M.MAS) from Ninewells Hospital and Medical School, University of Dundee, United Kingdom. During his work in United Kingdom Dr. Mishra has discovered the optimum shadow casting illumination technique to improve the task performance of laparoscopic surgery and his research is now used by eleven laparoscopic instrument companies to make ideal shadow casting telescope. This original research of shadow in laparoscopy was published in Archive of Surgery.
📷Dr. Mishra is among few fortunate who has been conferred degree of Master in Minimal Access Surgery by Sir James Whyte Black (Nobel Prize Winner in Medicine) and the most prestigious Chancellor in the history of University of Dundee, United Kingdom. After mastering Laparoscopic Surgery, Dr. Mishra has further refined his robotic surgery training at Harvard Medical School, Boston, USA.
After returning to India from UK in year 2001 he worked at Indraprastha Apollo Hospital. New Delhi. Dr. Mishra could feel the pain and concern about high cost laparoscopic surgery to Indian people and he started performing free laparoscopic surgery for needy. Due to his charity work he received Super Idol Award from Being Human Foundation, a registered charitable trust of Salman Khan. He also felt commercialization of half cooked fractured laparoscopic training available in India. These training program were in the hand of industry who make laparoscopic instruments. Keeping in mind the need of time and being the first qualified Master Minimal Access Surgeon, he started giving training of Minimal Access Surgery.
Dr. R.K. Mishra's way of providing real laparoscopic training had no parallel in the whole world and that convinced majority of the international organization of minimal access surgery that real laparoscopic training to young and practicing surgeons is possible if like-minded people join hands and work towards achieving this goal. According to Dr. Mishra if you have to make the community of Minimal Access Surgeon then catch them young. Due to his dedication World Laparoscopy Hospital is center of excellence in minimal access surgery.

Featured Published Articles of Dr Mishra in International Journals:

TITLEAUTHOROptimum Shadow-Casting Illumination for Endoscopic Task PerformanceDr R K MishraLaparoscopic Versus Open Appendicecomy for the Treatment of Acute AppendicitisDr R K MishraRole of Robotic Surgery in the Treatment of Mirizzi SyndromeDr R K MishraChanging role of laparoscopy in the management of patients with cirrhosisDr R K MishraInitial clinical experience using a novel laparoscopy assistantDr R K MishraComparison of Human Camera Holder with PMAT Camera HolderDr R K MishraScarless Cholecystectomy with Standard Laparoscopic Instruments in Selected PatientsDr R K MishraHuman Fibrin Glue in Laparoscopic Inguinal Hernia Repair: An Alternative to Invasive Mesh Fixation: A Review of LiteratureDr R K MishraSingle-Port Laparoscopic Placement of Peritoneal Dialysis CatheterDr R K MishraDifferent Port Closure Techniques in Laparoscopy SurgeryDr R K MishraImmunological Response of Postcholecystectomy: Single Incision Laparoscopic Surgery (SILS) vs Natural Orifice Transluminal Endoscopic Surgery (NOTES).Dr R K MishraThe Camera-holding Robotic Device in Laparoscopy SurgeryDr R K MishraTissue Glue in Laparoscopic Inguinal Hernia Repair: A Retrospective Comparative Analysis.Dr R K MishraDifferent Techniques of Tissue Retrieval from Abdominal Cavity during Minimal Access SurgeryDr R K MishraPerspective of Electrosurgical Sources in Minimal Access SurgeryDr R K MishraWhich Endoscopic way is true to predict the tubal Patency Test of Infertile Patient - Trans abdominal or TransvaginalDr R K MishraComparing Extracorporeal Knots in Laparoscopy using Knot and Loop SecuritiesDr R K MishraComparing Task Performance and Comfort during Nonpulmo nary Video-assisted Thoracic Surgery Procedures Between the Application of the Baseball Diamond and the Triangle Target Principles of Port Placement in Swine ModelsDr R K MishraDifferences between Thunderbeat, LigaSure and Harmonic Scalpel Energy System in Minimally Invasive SurgeryDr R K MishraIs there an ideal port position for laparoscopic urological proceduresDr R K MishraVeress Needle for Port-site ClosureDr R K MishraRole of Mishra’s Knots in Various Surgeries in LaparoscopyDr R K MishraChallenges in the Widespread use of Minimal Access Surgery for the Management of Abdominal Trauma: A PrimerDr R K MishraA Comparative Study of Single Incision vs Conventional Four Incision Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy: A Single Center ExperienceDr R K MishraComparative Study of Surgical Approaches for Renal Pelvic Stones in a Northern Rural Medical CollegeDr R K MishraComparison of Three-port vs Four-port Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy in a Medical College in the PeripheryDr R K Mishra
📷Prof. Mishra is a prolific author who has published his research findings in journal articles, abstracts, textbooks, book chapters, and in editorials. In addition to publishing his own research, he is much in demand as an editor for scientific publications. Prof. Mishra is editor in chief of World Journal of Laparoscopic Surgery, an international peer reviewed publication of minimal access surgery. His dozens of article published in various laparoscopic journals all over world including of the recent article published in Annals of Surgery, Surgical Endoscopy, Current Medical Journal of India, Journal of Minimal Access Surgery of India and World Journal of Laparoscopic Surgery. His recent article about Complications of Laparoscopic Surgery has brought to light many errors commonly overlooked during surgery. The World Journal of Laparoscopic Surgery now appears in a combined print / online format and one of the most popular laparoscopic journal of world. The World Journal of Laparoscopic Surgery is available online at www.worldjls.org It is dedicated to publishing worthy scientific and clinical articles and informing issues significant to the surgical profession. The popularity of World Journal of Laparoscopic Surgery can be imagined that at present there are 3000 subscriber of this journal from ever corner of the world. Reflecting on the activities of World Association of Laparoscopic Surgeons, surgeons and gynecologists of all over World are privileged to experience in the past from this excellent journal of World Association of Laparoscopic Surgeons. Throughout his career Dr. Mishra has also contributed to numerous chapters in undergraduate and postgraduate books and published over forty original articles in major peer review journals.
📷Prof. Mishra is author of many of the best-seller books in Laparoscopy and the most popular is Text Book of Practical Laparoscopic Surgery. This book is now available in its 3rdedition and globally with the ISSN (International Standard Book Number 81-8448-241-8. This book is published by World's leading Medical Publisher McGraw-Hill Education - Europe. This is best-seller book of laparoscopic surgery in more than 52 countries. This handsome book in laparoscopic surgery, gives a full description of all tricks and tips in performing a variety laparoscopic procedures. This book contain all colored plastic finish 602 Pages, 1500 color Illustrations. Four DVD's with 20 Power point's and 206 laparoscopic Videos are with this book. This book provides an invaluable study aid for all general surgeons, pediatric surgeon and gynecologists who wants to learn art and science of laparoscopic surgery. Concisely written overviews of each topic covered on the minimal access surgery combined with the illustration and videos with a new and innovative approach is surprising. Textbook of Practical Laparoscopic Surgery is an excellent source of practical laparoscopy for all practitioners, especially those who are involved in any surgical field related to Minimal Access Surgery.
📷First time in the World as a single author Dr Mishra has published minimal access surgery lectures as master classes of laparoscopic endoscopic and da Vinci robotic surgery for surgeons and gynecologists. This master class of 600+ hours of full HD videos on the fundamental skill & operative procedures of laparoscopic surgery is one of the important teaching recourse in medical school all over World. This 600 hour recording is live lectures of Prof. Mishra recorded live in full HD format while he was teaching his students. This entire master class video lectures are on a 500 GB hard disk separate for surgeon and gynecologist and published by Ascott publisher.
📷Textbook of Laparoscopic Surgery is translated in many languages and now available in 1200 book stores all over World. Prof. Mishra who mentors surgeons and Gynecologists from across the globe has received Spanish Golden Eagle award from The Republican Society of Spain for his Textbook of Laparoscopic Surgery now published in Spanish Language. The Foreword of this book is written by world leader of laparoscopic surgery Prof. Steven D. Wexner (USA), past president of SAGES and by Dr. Ray L. Green President of World Association of Laparoscopic Surgeons, USA. The Publisher of book of first edition was J.P Brothers Pvt. Ltd. and international publisher of third edition of this book is McGraw-Hill. This book is one of the best-seller book available in laparoscopic surgery through America's largest online book seller AMAZON and WHEELERS. Another best-seller book written by Prof. Mishra is Mastering the technique of Laparoscopic suturing and knotting. Mishra Knot was published in World Journal of Laparoscopic Surgery in 2007 and since then hundreds of surgeon all over world is using Mishra's Knot.
📷His book Mastering Laparoscopic Suturing and knotting is available globally with the ISSN (International Standard Book Number 81-8448-562-X. This book is also published by India's leading Medical Publisher Jaypee Brothers Medical Publishers (P) Ltd. This is best-seller book of laparoscopic suturing and knotting techniques and is available in more than 96 countries, worldwide. Laparoscopic Intra corporeal and Extra corporeal knot tying in minimal access surgery is an advanced skill. Mastering this skill is a difficult process with a long learning curve under the supervision of expert laparoscopic surgeon. Intra corporeal as well as extracorporeal suturing and knotting is essential to advanced laparoscopy and is a rate-limiting step in many procedures. This book is supplemented by very high quality DVD which shows all the important clinical aspect of laparoscopic knotting and suturing in video. After watching this video and carefully going through the text of principle of laparoscopic suturing and knotting, every surgeon will realized how much easy this skill is if tied with keeping in mind all the principles. World Laparoscopy Hospital is one of the pioneer institution of the world where Single Incision cholecystectomy and ventral hernia repair and SILS TLH is being frequently performed.
📷Another popular book Prof. Mishra is "Laparoscopic Hernia Repair". This book provides information that will be extremely useful in the performance of routine and advanced laparoscopic hernia surgery, as well as when particular situations or difficult moments are encountered during minimal access surgical hernia repair procedures in day to day clinical practice. All types of hernia (TEP. TAPP, Diaphragmatic and Hiatus hernia) is described in this book. This book of laparoscopic hernia repair is complete in all respects. It will give the perfect understanding of the laparoscopic hernia surgery to the practicing surgeons, proper solutions of technical difficulties and above all confidence to face the complication. Unique chapter on hernia surgery with the help of fibrin glue and da Vinci robotic hernia Surgery is included which has comprehensive coverage on da Vinci surgical Systems, Robot control, and Robot applications in cases of advanced surgery. Extensively illustrated with high resolution photographs which are self-explanatory and greatly enhance the understanding of various techniques of laparoscopic hernia surgery. This book is very useful for any laparoscopic surgeon who wants to perform hernia surgery with confidence. Two DVD's with many Power point's and laparoscopic hernia surgery Videos are with this book.
📷The Volume 1 is Essential for both surgeon and gynecologist. Volume 2 is dedicated for General Surgery and Volume 3 is dedicated for gynecologists who want to learn laparoscopic surgery in depth. In that DVD there is recorded golden live lectures, video demonstration, case presentation and demonstration of operative technique with high quality videos of world's one of the most talented Professor of Minimal Access Surgery and made it available for you on a set of 36 DVD's. The live recording of Laparoscopic Lecture/Demonstration and Video presentation is available in three volumes.
📷Another great production of Dr. Mishra is Jaypee's Video Atlas of Laparoscopic Surgery in three volumes. Set I contains Jaypee’s Video Atlas of Laparoscopic Surgery (Essential Surgery for Surgeons, Gynecologists, Pediatric Surgeons and Urologists) Many hundreds of surgeon and gynecologists have now already benefited from almost two hundred hours of detailed study and original teaching material on DVD / video. Prof. Mishra's personal and easy-to-follow step by step style makes this probably the most effective laparoscopic teaching method available as high quality video DVD. DVD Album I contain all the Essential skills of Minimal Access Surgery. Laparoscopic Live Lecture with detail step wise presentation by Power point's, Video Demonstration of real laparoscopic surgery and Case Presentation of complications, indications and contra indications of all minimal access surgical procedures on 36 High quality DVD's Volumes.
📷Jaypee's Video Atlas of Laparoscopic Surgery in three volume Set II contains Jaypee’s Video Atlas of Laparoscopic Surgery for general surgeon, Pediatric Surgeon and Urologist. The content of this video atlas comprises of all the analytical and technical information that would teach a Fellowship and Diploma Candidate of Laparoscopic Surgery at World Laparoscopy Hospital, over a period during surgical residency program. It is not presented in a referenced didactic form. Rather the style is a more personal explanation of the thought process and surgical principle that Dr. Mishra uses in his day to day practice. After viewing the videos, one will quickly note the commitment to make this album highly scientific. The clean atlas format and videos are in Power Point form with its numerous illustrations and figures with citations in systematic step by- step manner. The high quality video was deliberate choice of a concession to the busy surgeons and gynecologists and it is highly acclaimed by the scholars of minimal access surgery. The DVD with its introductory “booklet” will allow readers and viewers to go directly to that part of the operative technique that interests them.
📷In DVD set III of Jaypee's Video Atlas of Laparoscopic Surgery, Prof. Mishra has attempted to present all major laparoscopic procedures in Gynecological specialty including Hysteroscopy and urogynecology. Some of the less frequently performed laparoscopic procedures are not illustrated owing to the lack of material or space. In addition to the commonly performed major minimal access surgical procedures, Prof. Mishra has also illustrated many advanced procedures currently performed only at specialized centers throughout the world. He has tried to highlight important technical points for each step of the procedures in order to steer the reader away from potential complications. Prof Mishra has attempted to design this video album in a high-quality, comprehensive Atlas and hope that the reader appreciates its distinctiveness and merit.
These Video atlas has been designed for the purpose of providing a detailed overview of the major procedures performed by the minimal access surgeons including surgeon, gynecologist, pediatric surgeon and urologist, using full color video DVD of live surgical footage with spoken commentary. Creating the basis of this video atlas exclusively from actual surgical procedures, offers the reader a vantage point similar to that seen by the operating surgeon.
Another book written by Prof. Dr. R. K. Mishra is " Essentials of Laparoscopy " . This is one of the essential book for every surgeon and gynecologist. However, the price is reasonable given the hundreds of surgical drawings. Practicing gynecologist and surgeons will probably consider it to be a good review of familiar techniques. For medical students and house staff, the book will serve as an excellent reference for a quick read the night before laparoscopic surgery. Readers looking for a more in-depth discussion of surgical treatment of endometriosis, pelvic organ prolapse, and urinary incontinence, however, will find it necessary to invest in a supplementary book.
He has presented his scientific findings in society papers and exhibits at professional national and international meetings. Prof. Mishra is one of the very first surgeons who has started NOTES (Natural orifices trans luminal endoscopic surgery) in India. He is the member of European Association of Transluminal Surgery. He was the invited faculty during India's largest conference on NOTES, PSG Surgeon 2008 which was organized by PSG hospital at Coimbatore. The reputation of World Laparoscopy Hospital places this unique institute among the top laparoscopic training facilities in the world to start Fellowship course in da Vinci Robotic Surgery and Single Incision Laparoscopic Surgery.
Prof. Mishra's is expert in software programming. He has in depth knowledge of Visual Basics, C++, HTML, Dot NET, SQL database systems, PHP and Java. Prof Mishra has developed a unique Laparoscopic Prescription writing software and it is so easy to learn and use that any qualified surgeon or gynecologist can quickly be able to generate legible patient consent, Postoperative note, discharge card and medication prescriptions by only few clicks. This software can generate Laparoscopic Prescriptions with as few as three keystrokes. Most of the O. T. Note, postoperative general advice, dietary advice and medications with life style interaction will be pre-defined, with the ability to add on-the-fly. In this outstanding software developed by Prof. Mishra. Prescription Renewals can be quickly generated from previous prescriptions or from previously prescribed medications. Status of patient preoperative and postoperative tests are automatically available. The Drug Integration and Safety of Drugs are also automatically decided by this unique software. This software is one of the best-seller and present in almost all the famous medical library of the world. This software indicates which laparoscopic management recommendations are supported by clinical evidence, so you can implement them with total confidence.
Prof. Mishra has started first time in the history of UAE, 10 days fully recognized Laparoscopic Training course with 70 hours CME recognized by Department of Health and medical services Government of Dubai and European Union of Medical Specialists. He is also faculty of Ethicon Institute Of Surgical Education, New Delhi. He is the visiting faculty and Honorary Professor of many leading institution of the world like Iranian Medical University, Tehran, Iran, King Abdulaziz Medical City, Jeddah, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, Iranian Hospital, Dubai; Aljela Hospital, Tripoli, Libya, Gulu Independent Hospital, University of Gulu, Uganda. King and Edward Hospital, Kenya, Istanbul Goztepe Education and research hospital, Istanbul, Turkey . Prof. Mishra has been an invited faculty at over 200 local, National and International meetings and has been actively involved in teaching Minimal Access surgery techniques to other surgeons both in the India and abroad since 2001.
Dr. R.K. Mishra is recipient of hundreds of awards. He is recipient of Super Idol award for his achievement which will truly inspire others at life with an appreciative paradigm. The award of Super Idol adheres to a unique process of selection where the Network18 Editorial Board drawn from the editorial masterminds of CNN-IBN, IBN7, IBN-Lokmat deliberate to icons, keeping in mind their sterling contribution to humanity. Dr RK Mishra, has been named the recipient of the Global Laparoscopic Trainer award, an annual international award that recognizes one surgeon in the world whose career exemplifies the outstanding performance in Minimal Access Surgery. As an innovative surgeon and researcher this award and prize of Gold medal was given to Prof. Dr. R. K. Mishra He is also recipient of Global Medical Education Award by vice-chancellors of eight apex universities during National Open and Distance Education Summit 2007 in the presence of Honorable Shri P.R. Kyndiah, Union Minister for tribal affairs, Government of India. Dr R K Mishra has received Lord Ashdown Award on 12th March 2001, while pursuing his Master Degree in Minimal Access Surgery from Ninewells Hospital and Medical School, University of Dundee. Prof. Mishra who mentors surgeons has received Spanish Golden Eagle award from The Republican Society of Spain for his Textbook of Laparoscopic Surgery. He is recipient of Lord Ashdown award for his valuable teaching contribution in the field of Minimal Access Surgery. For his dedicated service in the field of laparoscopic surgery LIONS CLUB ANNAMAMALAINAGAR has honored Prof. Mishra with "THE LIFE TIME ACHIEVEMENT AWARD and BEST DOCTOR AWARD." For his outstanding work for the underprivileged section of society and extraordinary efforts in promoting the health needs of the India, Dr. Mishra has received Purvanchal Gaurav Award by Prvanchal Ekta Manch, New Delhi.
Prof. Mishra was the organizing secretary of four International conferences on recent advances in minimal access surgery organized by World Association of Laparoscopic Surgeons. He is a highly-esteemed and respected professional in this field, and his advances in this discipline have benefitted an incalculable number of people. All his international conference on Minimal Access Surgery was approved by ministry of health and family welfare, Government of India and financially supported by medical council of India. More than five hundred delegates from 65 countries were present in these international conferences. These International conferences were unique in whole world because it was covering seven subspecialty of Laparoscopic Surgery from all across the globe.
Dr. Mishra lives in Gurugram, India with his two sons, one daughter, and his lovely wife Sadhana. Tenacious, hardworking, and completely devoted, Dr. Mishra life work has been to practice, research, study, and drive innovation and excellence in his chosen field of Minimal Access Surgery and Laparoscopy. He has hobby of driving and at present he is President of Rolls Royce Indian Owners Club. He is musician also and has a great passion to play keyboard. He is a good billiard player and he is a member of World Pool-Billiard Association.
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Dr. R. K. Mishra is one of the most experienced professor of laparoscopic and robotic surgery who has alone trained more than 11000 surgaon and gynecologist from more than 138 countries. He has vast experience of teaching laparoscopic and da Vinci robotic surgery. He is Professor of Minimal Access Surgery and his endeavor of starting unique university program was started in Ninewells Hospital and Medical School, U. K. with Professor Sir Alfred Cuschieri. Dr. Mishra has taken his Diploma in Laparoscopic Surgery from university of Strasbourg, France. He has completed his surgical residency and Master degree in Minimal Access Surgery (M.MAS) from Ninewells Hospital and Medical School, University of Dundee, United Kingdom. During his work in United Kingdom Dr. Mishra has discovered the optimum shadow casting illumination technique to improve the task performance of laparoscopic surgery and his research is now used by eleven laparoscopic instrument companies to make ideal shadow casting telescope. This original research of shadow in laparoscopy was published in Archive of Surgery.
📷Dr. Mishra is among few fortunate who has been conferred degree of Master in Minimal Access Surgery by Sir James Whyte Black (Nobel Prize Winner in Medicine) and the most prestigious Chancellor in the history of University of Dundee, United Kingdom. After mastering Laparoscopic Surgery, Dr. Mishra has further refined his robotic surgery training at Harvard Medical School, Boston, USA.
After returning to India from UK in year 2001 he worked at Indraprastha Apollo Hospital. New Delhi. Dr. Mishra could feel the pain and concern about high cost laparoscopic surgery to Indian people and he started performing free laparoscopic surgery for needy. Due to his charity work he received Super Idol Award from Being Human Foundation, a registered charitable trust of Salman Khan. He also felt commercialization of half cooked fractured laparoscopic training available in India. These training program were in the hand of industry who make laparoscopic instruments. Keeping in mind the need of time and being the first qualified Master Minimal Access Surgeon, he started giving training of Minimal Access Surgery.
Dr. R.K. Mishra's way of providing real laparoscopic training had no parallel in the whole world and that convinced majority of the international organization of minimal access surgery that real laparoscopic training to young and practicing surgeons is possible if like-minded people join hands and work towards achieving this goal. According to Dr. Mishra if you have to make the community of Minimal Access Surgeon then catch them young. Due to his dedication World Laparoscopy Hospital is center of excellence in minimal access surgery.

Featured Published Articles of Dr Mishra in International Journals:

TITLEAUTHOROptimum Shadow-Casting Illumination for Endoscopic Task PerformanceDr R K MishraLaparoscopic Versus Open Appendicecomy for the Treatment of Acute AppendicitisDr R K MishraRole of Robotic Surgery in the Treatment of Mirizzi SyndromeDr R K MishraChanging role of laparoscopy in the management of patients with cirrhosisDr R K MishraInitial clinical experience using a novel laparoscopy assistantDr R K MishraComparison of Human Camera Holder with PMAT Camera HolderDr R K MishraScarless Cholecystectomy with Standard Laparoscopic Instruments in Selected PatientsDr R K MishraHuman Fibrin Glue in Laparoscopic Inguinal Hernia Repair: An Alternative to Invasive Mesh Fixation: A Review of LiteratureDr R K MishraSingle-Port Laparoscopic Placement of Peritoneal Dialysis CatheterDr R K MishraDifferent Port Closure Techniques in Laparoscopy SurgeryDr R K MishraImmunological Response of Postcholecystectomy: Single Incision Laparoscopic Surgery (SILS) vs Natural Orifice Transluminal Endoscopic Surgery (NOTES).Dr R K MishraThe Camera-holding Robotic Device in Laparoscopy SurgeryDr R K MishraTissue Glue in Laparoscopic Inguinal Hernia Repair: A Retrospective Comparative Analysis.Dr R K MishraDifferent Techniques of Tissue Retrieval from Abdominal Cavity during Minimal Access SurgeryDr R K MishraPerspective of Electrosurgical Sources in Minimal Access SurgeryDr R K MishraWhich Endoscopic way is true to predict the tubal Patency Test of Infertile Patient - Trans abdominal or TransvaginalDr R K MishraComparing Extracorporeal Knots in Laparoscopy using Knot and Loop SecuritiesDr R K MishraComparing Task Performance and Comfort during Nonpulmo nary Video-assisted Thoracic Surgery Procedures Between the Application of the Baseball Diamond and the Triangle Target Principles of Port Placement in Swine ModelsDr R K MishraDifferences between Thunderbeat, LigaSure and Harmonic Scalpel Energy System in Minimally Invasive SurgeryDr R K MishraIs there an ideal port position for laparoscopic urological proceduresDr R K MishraVeress Needle for Port-site ClosureDr R K MishraRole of Mishra’s Knots in Various Surgeries in LaparoscopyDr R K MishraChallenges in the Widespread use of Minimal Access Surgery for the Management of Abdominal Trauma: A PrimerDr R K MishraA Comparative Study of Single Incision vs Conventional Four Incision Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy: A Single Center ExperienceDr R K MishraComparative Study of Surgical Approaches for Renal Pelvic Stones in a Northern Rural Medical CollegeDr R K MishraComparison of Three-port vs Four-port Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy in a Medical College in the PeripheryDr R K Mishra
📷Prof. Mishra is a prolific author who has published his research findings in journal articles, abstracts, textbooks, book chapters, and in editorials. In addition to publishing his own research, he is much in demand as an editor for scientific publications. Prof. Mishra is editor in chief of World Journal of Laparoscopic Surgery, an international peer reviewed publication of minimal access surgery. His dozens of article published in various laparoscopic journals all over world including of the recent article published in Annals of Surgery, Surgical Endoscopy, Current Medical Journal of India, Journal of Minimal Access Surgery of India and World Journal of Laparoscopic Surgery. His recent article about Complications of Laparoscopic Surgery has brought to light many errors commonly overlooked during surgery. The World Journal of Laparoscopic Surgery now appears in a combined print / online format and one of the most popular laparoscopic journal of world. The World Journal of Laparoscopic Surgery is available online at www.worldjls.org It is dedicated to publishing worthy scientific and clinical articles and informing issues significant to the surgical profession. The popularity of World Journal of Laparoscopic Surgery can be imagined that at present there are 3000 subscriber of this journal from ever corner of the world. Reflecting on the activities of World Association of Laparoscopic Surgeons, surgeons and gynecologists of all over World are privileged to experience in the past from this excellent journal of World Association of Laparoscopic Surgeons. Throughout his career Dr. Mishra has also contributed to numerous chapters in undergraduate and postgraduate books and published over forty original articles in major peer review journals.
📷Prof. Mishra is author of many of the best-seller books in Laparoscopy and the most popular is Text Book of Practical Laparoscopic Surgery. This book is now available in its 3rdedition and globally with the ISSN (International Standard Book Number 81-8448-241-8. This book is published by World's leading Medical Publisher McGraw-Hill Education - Europe. This is best-seller book of laparoscopic surgery in more than 52 countries. This handsome book in laparoscopic surgery, gives a full description of all tricks and tips in performing a variety laparoscopic procedures. This book contain all colored plastic finish 602 Pages, 1500 color Illustrations. Four DVD's with 20 Power point's and 206 laparoscopic Videos are with this book. This book provides an invaluable study aid for all general surgeons, pediatric surgeon and gynecologists who wants to learn art and science of laparoscopic surgery. Concisely written overviews of each topic covered on the minimal access surgery combined with the illustration and videos with a new and innovative approach is surprising. Textbook of Practical Laparoscopic Surgery is an excellent source of practical laparoscopy for all practitioners, especially those who are involved in any surgical field related to Minimal Access Surgery.
📷First time in the World as a single author Dr Mishra has published minimal access surgery lectures as master classes of laparoscopic endoscopic and da Vinci robotic surgery for surgeons and gynecologists. This master class of 600+ hours of full HD videos on the fundamental skill & operative procedures of laparoscopic surgery is one of the important teaching recourse in medical school all over World. This 600 hour recording is live lectures of Prof. Mishra recorded live in full HD format while he was teaching his students. This entire master class video lectures are on a 500 GB hard disk separate for surgeon and gynecologist and published by Ascott publisher.
📷Textbook of Laparoscopic Surgery is translated in many languages and now available in 1200 book stores all over World. Prof. Mishra who mentors surgeons and Gynecologists from across the globe has received Spanish Golden Eagle award from The Republican Society of Spain for his Textbook of Laparoscopic Surgery now published in Spanish Language. The Foreword of this book is written by world leader of laparoscopic surgery Prof. Steven D. Wexner (USA), past president of SAGES and by Dr. Ray L. Green President of World Association of Laparoscopic Surgeons, USA. The Publisher of book of first edition was J.P Brothers Pvt. Ltd. and international publisher of third edition of this book is McGraw-Hill. This book is one of the best-seller book available in laparoscopic surgery through America's largest online book seller AMAZON and WHEELERS. Another best-seller book written by Prof. Mishra is Mastering the technique of Laparoscopic suturing and knotting. Mishra Knot was published in World Journal of Laparoscopic Surgery in 2007 and since then hundreds of surgeon all over world is using Mishra's Knot.
📷His book Mastering Laparoscopic Suturing and knotting is available globally with the ISSN (International Standard Book Number 81-8448-562-X. This book is also published by India's leading Medical Publisher Jaypee Brothers Medical Publishers (P) Ltd. This is best-seller book of laparoscopic suturing and knotting techniques and is available in more than 96 countries, worldwide. Laparoscopic Intra corporeal and Extra corporeal knot tying in minimal access surgery is an advanced skill. Mastering this skill is a difficult process with a long learning curve under the supervision of expert laparoscopic surgeon. Intra corporeal as well as extracorporeal suturing and knotting is essential to advanced laparoscopy and is a rate-limiting step in many procedures. This book is supplemented by very high quality DVD which shows all the important clinical aspect of laparoscopic knotting and suturing in video. After watching this video and carefully going through the text of principle of laparoscopic suturing and knotting, every surgeon will realized how much easy this skill is if tied with keeping in mind all the principles. World Laparoscopy Hospital is one of the pioneer institution of the world where Single Incision cholecystectomy and ventral hernia repair and SILS TLH is being frequently performed.
📷Another popular book Prof. Mishra is "Laparoscopic Hernia Repair". This book provides information that will be extremely useful in the performance of routine and advanced laparoscopic hernia surgery, as well as when particular situations or difficult moments are encountered during minimal access surgical hernia repair procedures in day to day clinical practice. All types of hernia (TEP. TAPP, Diaphragmatic and Hiatus hernia) is described in this book. This book of laparoscopic hernia repair is complete in all respects. It will give the perfect understanding of the laparoscopic hernia surgery to the practicing surgeons, proper solutions of technical difficulties and above all confidence to face the complication. Unique chapter on hernia surgery with the help of fibrin glue and da Vinci robotic hernia Surgery is included which has comprehensive coverage on da Vinci surgical Systems, Robot control, and Robot applications in cases of advanced surgery. Extensively illustrated with high resolution photographs which are self-explanatory and greatly enhance the understanding of various techniques of laparoscopic hernia surgery. This book is very useful for any laparoscopic surgeon who wants to perform hernia surgery with confidence. Two DVD's with many Power point's and laparoscopic hernia surgery Videos are with this book.
📷The Volume 1 is Essential for both surgeon and gynecologist. Volume 2 is dedicated for General Surgery and Volume 3 is dedicated for gynecologists who want to learn laparoscopic surgery in depth. In that DVD there is recorded golden live lectures, video demonstration, case presentation and demonstration of operative technique with high quality videos of world's one of the most talented Professor of Minimal Access Surgery and made it available for you on a set of 36 DVD's. The live recording of Laparoscopic Lecture/Demonstration and Video presentation is available in three volumes.
📷Another great production of Dr. Mishra is Jaypee's Video Atlas of Laparoscopic Surgery in three volumes. Set I contains Jaypee’s Video Atlas of Laparoscopic Surgery (Essential Surgery for Surgeons, Gynecologists, Pediatric Surgeons and Urologists) Many hundreds of surgeon and gynecologists have now already benefited from almost two hundred hours of detailed study and original teaching material on DVD / video. Prof. Mishra's personal and easy-to-follow step by step style makes this probably the most effective laparoscopic teaching method available as high quality video DVD. DVD Album I contain all the Essential skills of Minimal Access Surgery. Laparoscopic Live Lecture with detail step wise presentation by Power point's, Video Demonstration of real laparoscopic surgery and Case Presentation of complications, indications and contra indications of all minimal access surgical procedures on 36 High quality DVD's Volumes.
📷Jaypee's Video Atlas of Laparoscopic Surgery in three volume Set II contains Jaypee’s Video Atlas of Laparoscopic Surgery for general surgeon, Pediatric Surgeon and Urologist. The content of this video atlas comprises of all the analytical and technical information that would teach a Fellowship and Diploma Candidate of Laparoscopic Surgery at World Laparoscopy Hospital, over a period during surgical residency program. It is not presented in a referenced didactic form. Rather the style is a more personal explanation of the thought process and surgical principle that Dr. Mishra uses in his day to day practice. After viewing the videos, one will quickly note the commitment to make this album highly scientific. The clean atlas format and videos are in Power Point form with its numerous illustrations and figures with citations in systematic step by- step manner. The high quality video was deliberate choice of a concession to the busy surgeons and gynecologists and it is highly acclaimed by the scholars of minimal access surgery. The DVD with its introductory “booklet” will allow readers and viewers to go directly to that part of the operative technique that interests them.
📷In DVD set III of Jaypee's Video Atlas of Laparoscopic Surgery, Prof. Mishra has attempted to present all major laparoscopic procedures in Gynecological specialty including Hysteroscopy and urogynecology. Some of the less frequently performed laparoscopic procedures are not illustrated owing to the lack of material or space. In addition to the commonly performed major minimal access surgical procedures, Prof. Mishra has also illustrated many advanced procedures currently performed only at specialized centers throughout the world. He has tried to highlight important technical points for each step of the procedures in order to steer the reader away from potential complications. Prof Mishra has attempted to design this video album in a high-quality, comprehensive Atlas and hope that the reader appreciates its distinctiveness and merit.
These Video atlas has been designed for the purpose of providing a detailed overview of the major procedures performed by the minimal access surgeons including surgeon, gynecologist, pediatric surgeon and urologist, using full color video DVD of live surgical footage with spoken commentary. Creating the basis of this video atlas exclusively from actual surgical procedures, offers the reader a vantage point similar to that seen by the operating surgeon.
Another book written by Prof. Dr. R. K. Mishra is " Essentials of Laparoscopy " . This is one of the essential book for every surgeon and gynecologist. However, the price is reasonable given the hundreds of surgical drawings. Practicing gynecologist and surgeons will probably consider it to be a good review of familiar techniques. For medical students and house staff, the book will serve as an excellent reference for a quick read the night before laparoscopic surgery. Readers looking for a more in-depth discussion of surgical treatment of endometriosis, pelvic organ prolapse, and urinary incontinence, however, will find it necessary to invest in a supplementary book.
He has presented his scientific findings in society papers and exhibits at professional national and international meetings. Prof. Mishra is one of the very first surgeons who has started NOTES (Natural orifices trans luminal endoscopic surgery) in India. He is the member of European Association of Transluminal Surgery. He was the invited faculty during India's largest conference on NOTES, PSG Surgeon 2008 which was organized by PSG hospital at Coimbatore. The reputation of World Laparoscopy Hospital places this unique institute among the top laparoscopic training facilities in the world to start Fellowship course in da Vinci Robotic Surgery and Single Incision Laparoscopic Surgery.
Prof. Mishra's is expert in software programming. He has in depth knowledge of Visual Basics, C++, HTML, Dot NET, SQL database systems, PHP and Java. Prof Mishra has developed a unique Laparoscopic Prescription writing software and it is so easy to learn and use that any qualified surgeon or gynecologist can quickly be able to generate legible patient consent, Postoperative note, discharge card and medication prescriptions by only few clicks. This software can generate Laparoscopic Prescriptions with as few as three keystrokes. Most of the O. T. Note, postoperative general advice, dietary advice and medications with life style interaction will be pre-defined, with the ability to add on-the-fly. In this outstanding software developed by Prof. Mishra. Prescription Renewals can be quickly generated from previous prescriptions or from previously prescribed medications. Status of patient preoperative and postoperative tests are automatically available. The Drug Integration and Safety of Drugs are also automatically decided by this unique software. This software is one of the best-seller and present in almost all the famous medical library of the world. This software indicates which laparoscopic management recommendations are supported by clinical evidence, so you can implement them with total confidence.
Prof. Mishra has started first time in the history of UAE, 10 days fully recognized Laparoscopic Training course with 70 hours CME recognized by Department of Health and medical services Government of Dubai and European Union of Medical Specialists. He is also faculty of Ethicon Institute Of Surgical Education, New Delhi. He is the visiting faculty and Honorary Professor of many leading institution of the world like Iranian Medical University, Tehran, Iran, King Abdulaziz Medical City, Jeddah, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, Iranian Hospital, Dubai; Aljela Hospital, Tripoli, Libya, Gulu Independent Hospital, University of Gulu, Uganda. King and Edward Hospital, Kenya, Istanbul Goztepe Education and research hospital, Istanbul, Turkey . Prof. Mishra has been an invited faculty at over 200 local, National and International meetings and has been actively involved in teaching Minimal Access surgery techniques to other surgeons both in the India and abroad since 2001.
Dr. R.K. Mishra is recipient of hundreds of awards. He is recipient of Super Idol award for his achievement which will truly inspire others at life with an appreciative paradigm. The award of Super Idol adheres to a unique process of selection where the Network18 Editorial Board drawn from the editorial masterminds of CNN-IBN, IBN7, IBN-Lokmat deliberate to icons, keeping in mind their sterling contribution to humanity. Dr RK Mishra, has been named the recipient of the Global Laparoscopic Trainer award, an annual international award that recognizes one surgeon in the world whose career exemplifies the outstanding performance in Minimal Access Surgery. As an innovative surgeon and researcher this award and prize of Gold medal was given to Prof. Dr. R. K. Mishra He is also recipient of Global Medical Education Award by vice-chancellors of eight apex universities during National Open and Distance Education Summit 2007 in the presence of Honorable Shri P.R. Kyndiah, Union Minister for tribal affairs, Government of India. Dr R K Mishra has received Lord Ashdown Award on 12th March 2001, while pursuing his Master Degree in Minimal Access Surgery from Ninewells Hospital and Medical School, University of Dundee. Prof. Mishra who mentors surgeons has received Spanish Golden Eagle award from The Republican Society of Spain for his Textbook of Laparoscopic Surgery. He is recipient of Lord Ashdown award for his valuable teaching contribution in the field of Minimal Access Surgery. For his dedicated service in the field of laparoscopic surgery LIONS CLUB ANNAMAMALAINAGAR has honored Prof. Mishra with "THE LIFE TIME ACHIEVEMENT AWARD and BEST DOCTOR AWARD." For his outstanding work for the underprivileged section of society and extraordinary efforts in promoting the health needs of the India, Dr. Mishra has received Purvanchal Gaurav Award by Prvanchal Ekta Manch, New Delhi.
Prof. Mishra was the organizing secretary of four International conferences on recent advances in minimal access surgery organized by World Association of Laparoscopic Surgeons. He is a highly-esteemed and respected professional in this field, and his advances in this discipline have benefitted an incalculable number of people. All his international conference on Minimal Access Surgery was approved by ministry of health and family welfare, Government of India and financially supported by medical council of India. More than five hundred delegates from 65 countries were present in these international conferences. These International conferences were unique in whole world because it was covering seven subspecialty of Laparoscopic Surgery from all across the globe.
Dr. Mishra lives in Gurugram, India with his two sons, one daughter, and his lovely wife Sadhana. Tenacious, hardworking, and completely devoted, Dr. Mishra life work has been to practice, research, study, and drive innovation and excellence in his chosen field of Minimal Access Surgery and Laparoscopy. He has hobby of driving and at present he is President of Rolls Royce Indian Owners Club. He is musician also and has a great passion to play keyboard. He is a good billiard player and he is a member of World Pool-Billiard Association.
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Dr. R. K. Mishra is one of the most experienced professor of laparoscopic and robotic surgery who has alone trained more than 11000 surgaon and gynecologist from more than 138 countries. He has vast experience of teaching laparoscopic and da Vinci robotic surgery. He is Professor of Minimal Access Surgery and his endeavor of starting unique university program was started in Ninewells Hospital and Medical School, U. K. with Professor Sir Alfred Cuschieri. Dr. Mishra has taken his Diploma in Laparoscopic Surgery from university of Strasbourg, France. He has completed his surgical residency and Master degree in Minimal Access Surgery (M.MAS) from Ninewells Hospital and Medical School, University of Dundee, United Kingdom. During his work in United Kingdom Dr. Mishra has discovered the optimum shadow casting illumination technique to improve the task performance of laparoscopic surgery and his research is now used by eleven laparoscopic instrument companies to make ideal shadow casting telescope. This original research of shadow in laparoscopy was published in Archive of Surgery.
📷Dr. Mishra is among few fortunate who has been conferred degree of Master in Minimal Access Surgery by Sir James Whyte Black (Nobel Prize Winner in Medicine) and the most prestigious Chancellor in the history of University of Dundee, United Kingdom. After mastering Laparoscopic Surgery, Dr. Mishra has further refined his robotic surgery training at Harvard Medical School, Boston, USA.
After returning to India from UK in year 2001 he worked at Indraprastha Apollo Hospital. New Delhi. Dr. Mishra could feel the pain and concern about high cost laparoscopic surgery to Indian people and he started performing free laparoscopic surgery for needy. Due to his charity work he received Super Idol Award from Being Human Foundation, a registered charitable trust of Salman Khan. He also felt commercialization of half cooked fractured laparoscopic training available in India. These training program were in the hand of industry who make laparoscopic instruments. Keeping in mind the need of time and being the first qualified Master Minimal Access Surgeon, he started giving training of Minimal Access Surgery.
Dr. R.K. Mishra's way of providing real laparoscopic training had no parallel in the whole world and that convinced majority of the international organization of minimal access surgery that real laparoscopic training to young and practicing surgeons is possible if like-minded people join hands and work towards achieving this goal. According to Dr. Mishra if you have to make the community of Minimal Access Surgeon then catch them young. Due to his dedication World Laparoscopy Hospital is center of excellence in minimal access surgery.

Featured Published Articles of Dr Mishra in International Journals:

TITLEAUTHOROptimum Shadow-Casting Illumination for Endoscopic Task PerformanceDr R K MishraLaparoscopic Versus Open Appendicecomy for the Treatment of Acute AppendicitisDr R K MishraRole of Robotic Surgery in the Treatment of Mirizzi SyndromeDr R K MishraChanging role of laparoscopy in the management of patients with cirrhosisDr R K MishraInitial clinical experience using a novel laparoscopy assistantDr R K MishraComparison of Human Camera Holder with PMAT Camera HolderDr R K MishraScarless Cholecystectomy with Standard Laparoscopic Instruments in Selected PatientsDr R K MishraHuman Fibrin Glue in Laparoscopic Inguinal Hernia Repair: An Alternative to Invasive Mesh Fixation: A Review of LiteratureDr R K MishraSingle-Port Laparoscopic Placement of Peritoneal Dialysis CatheterDr R K MishraDifferent Port Closure Techniques in Laparoscopy SurgeryDr R K MishraImmunological Response of Postcholecystectomy: Single Incision Laparoscopic Surgery (SILS) vs Natural Orifice Transluminal Endoscopic Surgery (NOTES).Dr R K MishraThe Camera-holding Robotic Device in Laparoscopy SurgeryDr R K MishraTissue Glue in Laparoscopic Inguinal Hernia Repair: A Retrospective Comparative Analysis.Dr R K MishraDifferent Techniques of Tissue Retrieval from Abdominal Cavity during Minimal Access SurgeryDr R K MishraPerspective of Electrosurgical Sources in Minimal Access SurgeryDr R K MishraWhich Endoscopic way is true to predict the tubal Patency Test of Infertile Patient - Trans abdominal or TransvaginalDr R K MishraComparing Extracorporeal Knots in Laparoscopy using Knot and Loop SecuritiesDr R K MishraComparing Task Performance and Comfort during Nonpulmo nary Video-assisted Thoracic Surgery Procedures Between the Application of the Baseball Diamond and the Triangle Target Principles of Port Placement in Swine ModelsDr R K MishraDifferences between Thunderbeat, LigaSure and Harmonic Scalpel Energy System in Minimally Invasive SurgeryDr R K MishraIs there an ideal port position for laparoscopic urological proceduresDr R K MishraVeress Needle for Port-site ClosureDr R K MishraRole of Mishra’s Knots in Various Surgeries in LaparoscopyDr R K MishraChallenges in the Widespread use of Minimal Access Surgery for the Management of Abdominal Trauma: A PrimerDr R K MishraA Comparative Study of Single Incision vs Conventional Four Incision Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy: A Single Center ExperienceDr R K MishraComparative Study of Surgical Approaches for Renal Pelvic Stones in a Northern Rural Medical CollegeDr R K MishraComparison of Three-port vs Four-port Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy in a Medical College in the PeripheryDr R K Mishra
📷Prof. Mishra is a prolific author who has published his research findings in journal articles, abstracts, textbooks, book chapters, and in editorials. In addition to publishing his own research, he is much in demand as an editor for scientific publications. Prof. Mishra is editor in chief of World Journal of Laparoscopic Surgery, an international peer reviewed publication of minimal access surgery. His dozens of article published in various laparoscopic journals all over world including of the recent article published in Annals of Surgery, Surgical Endoscopy, Current Medical Journal of India, Journal of Minimal Access Surgery of India and World Journal of Laparoscopic Surgery. His recent article about Complications of Laparoscopic Surgery has brought to light many errors commonly overlooked during surgery. The World Journal of Laparoscopic Surgery now appears in a combined print / online format and one of the most popular laparoscopic journal of world. The World Journal of Laparoscopic Surgery is available online at www.worldjls.org It is dedicated to publishing worthy scientific and clinical articles and informing issues significant to the surgical profession. The popularity of World Journal of Laparoscopic Surgery can be imagined that at present there are 3000 subscriber of this journal from ever corner of the world. Reflecting on the activities of World Association of Laparoscopic Surgeons, surgeons and gynecologists of all over World are privileged to experience in the past from this excellent journal of World Association of Laparoscopic Surgeons. Throughout his career Dr. Mishra has also contributed to numerous chapters in undergraduate and postgraduate books and published over forty original articles in major peer review journals.
📷Prof. Mishra is author of many of the best-seller books in Laparoscopy and the most popular is Text Book of Practical Laparoscopic Surgery. This book is now available in its 3rdedition and globally with the ISSN (International Standard Book Number 81-8448-241-8. This book is published by World's leading Medical Publisher McGraw-Hill Education - Europe. This is best-seller book of laparoscopic surgery in more than 52 countries. This handsome book in laparoscopic surgery, gives a full description of all tricks and tips in performing a variety laparoscopic procedures. This book contain all colored plastic finish 602 Pages, 1500 color Illustrations. Four DVD's with 20 Power point's and 206 laparoscopic Videos are with this book. This book provides an invaluable study aid for all general surgeons, pediatric surgeon and gynecologists who wants to learn art and science of laparoscopic surgery. Concisely written overviews of each topic covered on the minimal access surgery combined with the illustration and videos with a new and innovative approach is surprising. Textbook of Practical Laparoscopic Surgery is an excellent source of practical laparoscopy for all practitioners, especially those who are involved in any surgical field related to Minimal Access Surgery.
📷First time in the World as a single author Dr Mishra has published minimal access surgery lectures as master classes of laparoscopic endoscopic and da Vinci robotic surgery for surgeons and gynecologists. This master class of 600+ hours of full HD videos on the fundamental skill & operative procedures of laparoscopic surgery is one of the important teaching recourse in medical school all over World. This 600 hour recording is live lectures of Prof. Mishra recorded live in full HD format while he was teaching his students. This entire master class video lectures are on a 500 GB hard disk separate for surgeon and gynecologist and published by Ascott publisher.
📷Textbook of Laparoscopic Surgery is translated in many languages and now available in 1200 book stores all over World. Prof. Mishra who mentors surgeons and Gynecologists from across the globe has received Spanish Golden Eagle award from The Republican Society of Spain for his Textbook of Laparoscopic Surgery now published in Spanish Language. The Foreword of this book is written by world leader of laparoscopic surgery Prof. Steven D. Wexner (USA), past president of SAGES and by Dr. Ray L. Green President of World Association of Laparoscopic Surgeons, USA. The Publisher of book of first edition was J.P Brothers Pvt. Ltd. and international publisher of third edition of this book is McGraw-Hill. This book is one of the best-seller book available in laparoscopic surgery through America's largest online book seller AMAZON and WHEELERS. Another best-seller book written by Prof. Mishra is Mastering the technique of Laparoscopic suturing and knotting. Mishra Knot was published in World Journal of Laparoscopic Surgery in 2007 and since then hundreds of surgeon all over world is using Mishra's Knot.
📷His book Mastering Laparoscopic Suturing and knotting is available globally with the ISSN (International Standard Book Number 81-8448-562-X. This book is also published by India's leading Medical Publisher Jaypee Brothers Medical Publishers (P) Ltd. This is best-seller book of laparoscopic suturing and knotting techniques and is available in more than 96 countries, worldwide. Laparoscopic Intra corporeal and Extra corporeal knot tying in minimal access surgery is an advanced skill. Mastering this skill is a difficult process with a long learning curve under the supervision of expert laparoscopic surgeon. Intra corporeal as well as extracorporeal suturing and knotting is essential to advanced laparoscopy and is a rate-limiting step in many procedures. This book is supplemented by very high quality DVD which shows all the important clinical aspect of laparoscopic knotting and suturing in video. After watching this video and carefully going through the text of principle of laparoscopic suturing and knotting, every surgeon will realized how much easy this skill is if tied with keeping in mind all the principles. World Laparoscopy Hospital is one of the pioneer institution of the world where Single Incision cholecystectomy and ventral hernia repair and SILS TLH is being frequently performed.
📷Another popular book Prof. Mishra is "Laparoscopic Hernia Repair". This book provides information that will be extremely useful in the performance of routine and advanced laparoscopic hernia surgery, as well as when particular situations or difficult moments are encountered during minimal access surgical hernia repair procedures in day to day clinical practice. All types of hernia (TEP. TAPP, Diaphragmatic and Hiatus hernia) is described in this book. This book of laparoscopic hernia repair is complete in all respects. It will give the perfect understanding of the laparoscopic hernia surgery to the practicing surgeons, proper solutions of technical difficulties and above all confidence to face the complication. Unique chapter on hernia surgery with the help of fibrin glue and da Vinci robotic hernia Surgery is included which has comprehensive coverage on da Vinci surgical Systems, Robot control, and Robot applications in cases of advanced surgery. Extensively illustrated with high resolution photographs which are self-explanatory and greatly enhance the understanding of various techniques of laparoscopic hernia surgery. This book is very useful for any laparoscopic surgeon who wants to perform hernia surgery with confidence. Two DVD's with many Power point's and laparoscopic hernia surgery Videos are with this book.
📷The Volume 1 is Essential for both surgeon and gynecologist. Volume 2 is dedicated for General Surgery and Volume 3 is dedicated for gynecologists who want to learn laparoscopic surgery in depth. In that DVD there is recorded golden live lectures, video demonstration, case presentation and demonstration of operative technique with high quality videos of world's one of the most talented Professor of Minimal Access Surgery and made it available for you on a set of 36 DVD's. The live recording of Laparoscopic Lecture/Demonstration and Video presentation is available in three volumes.
📷Another great production of Dr. Mishra is Jaypee's Video Atlas of Laparoscopic Surgery in three volumes. Set I contains Jaypee’s Video Atlas of Laparoscopic Surgery (Essential Surgery for Surgeons, Gynecologists, Pediatric Surgeons and Urologists) Many hundreds of surgeon and gynecologists have now already benefited from almost two hundred hours of detailed study and original teaching material on DVD / video. Prof. Mishra's personal and easy-to-follow step by step style makes this probably the most effective laparoscopic teaching method available as high quality video DVD. DVD Album I contain all the Essential skills of Minimal Access Surgery. Laparoscopic Live Lecture with detail step wise presentation by Power point's, Video Demonstration of real laparoscopic surgery and Case Presentation of complications, indications and contra indications of all minimal access surgical procedures on 36 High quality DVD's Volumes.
📷Jaypee's Video Atlas of Laparoscopic Surgery in three volume Set II contains Jaypee’s Video Atlas of Laparoscopic Surgery for general surgeon, Pediatric Surgeon and Urologist. The content of this video atlas comprises of all the analytical and technical information that would teach a Fellowship and Diploma Candidate of Laparoscopic Surgery at World Laparoscopy Hospital, over a period during surgical residency program. It is not presented in a referenced didactic form. Rather the style is a more personal explanation of the thought process and surgical principle that Dr. Mishra uses in his day to day practice. After viewing the videos, one will quickly note the commitment to make this album highly scientific. The clean atlas format and videos are in Power Point form with its numerous illustrations and figures with citations in systematic step by- step manner. The high quality video was deliberate choice of a concession to the busy surgeons and gynecologists and it is highly acclaimed by the scholars of minimal access surgery. The DVD with its introductory “booklet” will allow readers and viewers to go directly to that part of the operative technique that interests them.
📷In DVD set III of Jaypee's Video Atlas of Laparoscopic Surgery, Prof. Mishra has attempted to present all major laparoscopic procedures in Gynecological specialty including Hysteroscopy and urogynecology. Some of the less frequently performed laparoscopic procedures are not illustrated owing to the lack of material or space. In addition to the commonly performed major minimal access surgical procedures, Prof. Mishra has also illustrated many advanced procedures currently performed only at specialized centers throughout the world. He has tried to highlight important technical points for each step of the procedures in order to steer the reader away from potential complications. Prof Mishra has attempted to design this video album in a high-quality, comprehensive Atlas and hope that the reader appreciates its distinctiveness and merit.
These Video atlas has been designed for the purpose of providing a detailed overview of the major procedures performed by the minimal access surgeons including surgeon, gynecologist, pediatric surgeon and urologist, using full color video DVD of live surgical footage with spoken commentary. Creating the basis of this video atlas exclusively from actual surgical procedures, offers the reader a vantage point similar to that seen by the operating surgeon.
Another book written by Prof. Dr. R. K. Mishra is " Essentials of Laparoscopy " . This is one of the essential book for every surgeon and gynecologist. However, the price is reasonable given the hundreds of surgical drawings. Practicing gynecologist and surgeons will probably consider it to be a good review of familiar techniques. For medical students and house staff, the book will serve as an excellent reference for a quick read the night before laparoscopic surgery. Readers looking for a more in-depth discussion of surgical treatment of endometriosis, pelvic organ prolapse, and urinary incontinence, however, will find it necessary to invest in a supplementary book.
He has presented his scientific findings in society papers and exhibits at professional national and international meetings. Prof. Mishra is one of the very first surgeons who has started NOTES (Natural orifices trans luminal endoscopic surgery) in India. He is the member of European Association of Transluminal Surgery. He was the invited faculty during India's largest conference on NOTES, PSG Surgeon 2008 which was organized by PSG hospital at Coimbatore. The reputation of World Laparoscopy Hospital places this unique institute among the top laparoscopic training facilities in the world to start Fellowship course in da Vinci Robotic Surgery and Single Incision Laparoscopic Surgery.
Prof. Mishra's is expert in software programming. He has in depth knowledge of Visual Basics, C++, HTML, Dot NET, SQL database systems, PHP and Java. Prof Mishra has developed a unique Laparoscopic Prescription writing software and it is so easy to learn and use that any qualified surgeon or gynecologist can quickly be able to generate legible patient consent, Postoperative note, discharge card and medication prescriptions by only few clicks. This software can generate Laparoscopic Prescriptions with as few as three keystrokes. Most of the O. T. Note, postoperative general advice, dietary advice and medications with life style interaction will be pre-defined, with the ability to add on-the-fly. In this outstanding software developed by Prof. Mishra. Prescription Renewals can be quickly generated from previous prescriptions or from previously prescribed medications. Status of patient preoperative and postoperative tests are automatically available. The Drug Integration and Safety of Drugs are also automatically decided by this unique software. This software is one of the best-seller and present in almost all the famous medical library of the world. This software indicates which laparoscopic management recommendations are supported by clinical evidence, so you can implement them with total confidence.
Prof. Mishra has started first time in the history of UAE, 10 days fully recognized Laparoscopic Training course with 70 hours CME recognized by Department of Health and medical services Government of Dubai and European Union of Medical Specialists. He is also faculty of Ethicon Institute Of Surgical Education, New Delhi. He is the visiting faculty and Honorary Professor of many leading institution of the world like Iranian Medical University, Tehran, Iran, King Abdulaziz Medical City, Jeddah, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, Iranian Hospital, Dubai; Aljela Hospital, Tripoli, Libya, Gulu Independent Hospital, University of Gulu, Uganda. King and Edward Hospital, Kenya, Istanbul Goztepe Education and research hospital, Istanbul, Turkey . Prof. Mishra has been an invited faculty at over 200 local, National and International meetings and has been actively involved in teaching Minimal Access surgery techniques to other surgeons both in the India and abroad since 2001.
Dr. R.K. Mishra is recipient of hundreds of awards. He is recipient of Super Idol award for his achievement which will truly inspire others at life with an appreciative paradigm. The award of Super Idol adheres to a unique process of selection where the Network18 Editorial Board drawn from the editorial masterminds of CNN-IBN, IBN7, IBN-Lokmat deliberate to icons, keeping in mind their sterling contribution to humanity. Dr RK Mishra, has been named the recipient of the Global Laparoscopic Trainer award, an annual international award that recognizes one surgeon in the world whose career exemplifies the outstanding performance in Minimal Access Surgery. As an innovative surgeon and researcher this award and prize of Gold medal was given to Prof. Dr. R. K. Mishra He is also recipient of Global Medical Education Award by vice-chancellors of eight apex universities during National Open and Distance Education Summit 2007 in the presence of Honorable Shri P.R. Kyndiah, Union Minister for tribal affairs, Government of India. Dr R K Mishra has received Lord Ashdown Award on 12th March 2001, while pursuing his Master Degree in Minimal Access Surgery from Ninewells Hospital and Medical School, University of Dundee. Prof. Mishra who mentors surgeons has received Spanish Golden Eagle award from The Republican Society of Spain for his Textbook of Laparoscopic Surgery. He is recipient of Lord Ashdown award for his valuable teaching contribution in the field of Minimal Access Surgery. For his dedicated service in the field of laparoscopic surgery LIONS CLUB ANNAMAMALAINAGAR has honored Prof. Mishra with "THE LIFE TIME ACHIEVEMENT AWARD and BEST DOCTOR AWARD." For his outstanding work for the underprivileged section of society and extraordinary efforts in promoting the health needs of the India, Dr. Mishra has received Purvanchal Gaurav Award by Prvanchal Ekta Manch, New Delhi.
Prof. Mishra was the organizing secretary of four International conferences on recent advances in minimal access surgery organized by World Association of Laparoscopic Surgeons. He is a highly-esteemed and respected professional in this field, and his advances in this discipline have benefitted an incalculable number of people. All his international conference on Minimal Access Surgery was approved by ministry of health and family welfare, Government of India and financially supported by medical council of India. More than five hundred delegates from 65 countries were present in these international conferences. These International conferences were unique in whole world because it was covering seven subspecialty of Laparoscopic Surgery from all across the globe.
Dr. Mishra lives in Gurugram, India with his two sons, one daughter, and his lovely wife Sadhana. Tenacious, hardworking, and completely devoted, Dr. Mishra life work has been to practice, research, study, and drive innovation and excellence in his chosen field of Minimal Access Surgery and Laparoscopy. He has hobby of driving and at present he is President of Rolls Royce Indian Owners Club. He is musician also and has a great passion to play keyboard. He is a good billiard player and he is a member of World Pool-Billiard Association.
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2019.04.26 10:52 wlhgurugram Dr. R.K. Mishra (Laparoscopic and Robotic Surgeon)MBBS (Honours); MS; MRCS; Dip.Lap; F.MAS; D.MAS; FICRS

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Dr. R. K. Mishra is one of the most experienced professor of laparoscopic and robotic surgery who has alone trained more than 11000 surgaon and gynecologist from more than 138 countries. He has vast experience of teaching laparoscopic and da Vinci robotic surgery. He is Professor of Minimal Access Surgery and his endeavor of starting unique university program was started in Ninewells Hospital and Medical School, U. K. with Professor Sir Alfred Cuschieri. Dr. Mishra has taken his Diploma in Laparoscopic Surgery from university of Strasbourg, France. He has completed his surgical residency and Master degree in Minimal Access Surgery (M.MAS) from Ninewells Hospital and Medical School, University of Dundee, United Kingdom. During his work in United Kingdom Dr. Mishra has discovered the optimum shadow casting illumination technique to improve the task performance of laparoscopic surgery and his research is now used by eleven laparoscopic instrument companies to make ideal shadow casting telescope. This original research of shadow in laparoscopy was published in Archive of Surgery.
📷Dr. Mishra is among few fortunate who has been conferred degree of Master in Minimal Access Surgery by Sir James Whyte Black (Nobel Prize Winner in Medicine) and the most prestigious Chancellor in the history of University of Dundee, United Kingdom. After mastering Laparoscopic Surgery, Dr. Mishra has further refined his robotic surgery training at Harvard Medical School, Boston, USA.
After returning to India from UK in year 2001 he worked at Indraprastha Apollo Hospital. New Delhi. Dr. Mishra could feel the pain and concern about high cost laparoscopic surgery to Indian people and he started performing free laparoscopic surgery for needy. Due to his charity work he received Super Idol Award from Being Human Foundation, a registered charitable trust of Salman Khan. He also felt commercialization of half cooked fractured laparoscopic training available in India. These training program were in the hand of industry who make laparoscopic instruments. Keeping in mind the need of time and being the first qualified Master Minimal Access Surgeon, he started giving training of Minimal Access Surgery.
Dr. R.K. Mishra's way of providing real laparoscopic training had no parallel in the whole world and that convinced majority of the international organization of minimal access surgery that real laparoscopic training to young and practicing surgeons is possible if like-minded people join hands and work towards achieving this goal. According to Dr. Mishra if you have to make the community of Minimal Access Surgeon then catch them young. Due to his dedication World Laparoscopy Hospital is center of excellence in minimal access surgery.

Featured Published Articles of Dr Mishra in International Journals:

TITLEAUTHOROptimum Shadow-Casting Illumination for Endoscopic Task PerformanceDr R K MishraLaparoscopic Versus Open Appendicecomy for the Treatment of Acute AppendicitisDr R K MishraRole of Robotic Surgery in the Treatment of Mirizzi SyndromeDr R K MishraChanging role of laparoscopy in the management of patients with cirrhosisDr R K MishraInitial clinical experience using a novel laparoscopy assistantDr R K MishraComparison of Human Camera Holder with PMAT Camera HolderDr R K MishraScarless Cholecystectomy with Standard Laparoscopic Instruments in Selected PatientsDr R K MishraHuman Fibrin Glue in Laparoscopic Inguinal Hernia Repair: An Alternative to Invasive Mesh Fixation: A Review of LiteratureDr R K MishraSingle-Port Laparoscopic Placement of Peritoneal Dialysis CatheterDr R K MishraDifferent Port Closure Techniques in Laparoscopy SurgeryDr R K MishraImmunological Response of Postcholecystectomy: Single Incision Laparoscopic Surgery (SILS) vs Natural Orifice Transluminal Endoscopic Surgery (NOTES).Dr R K MishraThe Camera-holding Robotic Device in Laparoscopy SurgeryDr R K MishraTissue Glue in Laparoscopic Inguinal Hernia Repair: A Retrospective Comparative Analysis.Dr R K MishraDifferent Techniques of Tissue Retrieval from Abdominal Cavity during Minimal Access SurgeryDr R K MishraPerspective of Electrosurgical Sources in Minimal Access SurgeryDr R K MishraWhich Endoscopic way is true to predict the tubal Patency Test of Infertile Patient - Trans abdominal or TransvaginalDr R K MishraComparing Extracorporeal Knots in Laparoscopy using Knot and Loop SecuritiesDr R K MishraComparing Task Performance and Comfort during Nonpulmo nary Video-assisted Thoracic Surgery Procedures Between the Application of the Baseball Diamond and the Triangle Target Principles of Port Placement in Swine ModelsDr R K MishraDifferences between Thunderbeat, LigaSure and Harmonic Scalpel Energy System in Minimally Invasive SurgeryDr R K MishraIs there an ideal port position for laparoscopic urological proceduresDr R K MishraVeress Needle for Port-site ClosureDr R K MishraRole of Mishra’s Knots in Various Surgeries in LaparoscopyDr R K MishraChallenges in the Widespread use of Minimal Access Surgery for the Management of Abdominal Trauma: A PrimerDr R K MishraA Comparative Study of Single Incision vs Conventional Four Incision Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy: A Single Center ExperienceDr R K MishraComparative Study of Surgical Approaches for Renal Pelvic Stones in a Northern Rural Medical CollegeDr R K MishraComparison of Three-port vs Four-port Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy in a Medical College in the PeripheryDr R K Mishra
📷Prof. Mishra is a prolific author who has published his research findings in journal articles, abstracts, textbooks, book chapters, and in editorials. In addition to publishing his own research, he is much in demand as an editor for scientific publications. Prof. Mishra is editor in chief of World Journal of Laparoscopic Surgery, an international peer reviewed publication of minimal access surgery. His dozens of article published in various laparoscopic journals all over world including of the recent article published in Annals of Surgery, Surgical Endoscopy, Current Medical Journal of India, Journal of Minimal Access Surgery of India and World Journal of Laparoscopic Surgery. His recent article about Complications of Laparoscopic Surgery has brought to light many errors commonly overlooked during surgery. The World Journal of Laparoscopic Surgery now appears in a combined print / online format and one of the most popular laparoscopic journal of world. The World Journal of Laparoscopic Surgery is available online at www.worldjls.org It is dedicated to publishing worthy scientific and clinical articles and informing issues significant to the surgical profession. The popularity of World Journal of Laparoscopic Surgery can be imagined that at present there are 3000 subscriber of this journal from ever corner of the world. Reflecting on the activities of World Association of Laparoscopic Surgeons, surgeons and gynecologists of all over World are privileged to experience in the past from this excellent journal of World Association of Laparoscopic Surgeons. Throughout his career Dr. Mishra has also contributed to numerous chapters in undergraduate and postgraduate books and published over forty original articles in major peer review journals.
📷Prof. Mishra is author of many of the best-seller books in Laparoscopy and the most popular is Text Book of Practical Laparoscopic Surgery. This book is now available in its 3rdedition and globally with the ISSN (International Standard Book Number 81-8448-241-8. This book is published by World's leading Medical Publisher McGraw-Hill Education - Europe. This is best-seller book of laparoscopic surgery in more than 52 countries. This handsome book in laparoscopic surgery, gives a full description of all tricks and tips in performing a variety laparoscopic procedures. This book contain all colored plastic finish 602 Pages, 1500 color Illustrations. Four DVD's with 20 Power point's and 206 laparoscopic Videos are with this book. This book provides an invaluable study aid for all general surgeons, pediatric surgeon and gynecologists who wants to learn art and science of laparoscopic surgery. Concisely written overviews of each topic covered on the minimal access surgery combined with the illustration and videos with a new and innovative approach is surprising. Textbook of Practical Laparoscopic Surgery is an excellent source of practical laparoscopy for all practitioners, especially those who are involved in any surgical field related to Minimal Access Surgery.
📷First time in the World as a single author Dr Mishra has published minimal access surgery lectures as master classes of laparoscopic endoscopic and da Vinci robotic surgery for surgeons and gynecologists. This master class of 600+ hours of full HD videos on the fundamental skill & operative procedures of laparoscopic surgery is one of the important teaching recourse in medical school all over World. This 600 hour recording is live lectures of Prof. Mishra recorded live in full HD format while he was teaching his students. This entire master class video lectures are on a 500 GB hard disk separate for surgeon and gynecologist and published by Ascott publisher.
📷Textbook of Laparoscopic Surgery is translated in many languages and now available in 1200 book stores all over World. Prof. Mishra who mentors surgeons and Gynecologists from across the globe has received Spanish Golden Eagle award from The Republican Society of Spain for his Textbook of Laparoscopic Surgery now published in Spanish Language. The Foreword of this book is written by world leader of laparoscopic surgery Prof. Steven D. Wexner (USA), past president of SAGES and by Dr. Ray L. Green President of World Association of Laparoscopic Surgeons, USA. The Publisher of book of first edition was J.P Brothers Pvt. Ltd. and international publisher of third edition of this book is McGraw-Hill. This book is one of the best-seller book available in laparoscopic surgery through America's largest online book seller AMAZON and WHEELERS. Another best-seller book written by Prof. Mishra is Mastering the technique of Laparoscopic suturing and knotting. Mishra Knot was published in World Journal of Laparoscopic Surgery in 2007 and since then hundreds of surgeon all over world is using Mishra's Knot.
📷His book Mastering Laparoscopic Suturing and knotting is available globally with the ISSN (International Standard Book Number 81-8448-562-X. This book is also published by India's leading Medical Publisher Jaypee Brothers Medical Publishers (P) Ltd. This is best-seller book of laparoscopic suturing and knotting techniques and is available in more than 96 countries, worldwide. Laparoscopic Intra corporeal and Extra corporeal knot tying in minimal access surgery is an advanced skill. Mastering this skill is a difficult process with a long learning curve under the supervision of expert laparoscopic surgeon. Intra corporeal as well as extracorporeal suturing and knotting is essential to advanced laparoscopy and is a rate-limiting step in many procedures. This book is supplemented by very high quality DVD which shows all the important clinical aspect of laparoscopic knotting and suturing in video. After watching this video and carefully going through the text of principle of laparoscopic suturing and knotting, every surgeon will realized how much easy this skill is if tied with keeping in mind all the principles. World Laparoscopy Hospital is one of the pioneer institution of the world where Single Incision cholecystectomy and ventral hernia repair and SILS TLH is being frequently performed.
📷Another popular book Prof. Mishra is "Laparoscopic Hernia Repair". This book provides information that will be extremely useful in the performance of routine and advanced laparoscopic hernia surgery, as well as when particular situations or difficult moments are encountered during minimal access surgical hernia repair procedures in day to day clinical practice. All types of hernia (TEP. TAPP, Diaphragmatic and Hiatus hernia) is described in this book. This book of laparoscopic hernia repair is complete in all respects. It will give the perfect understanding of the laparoscopic hernia surgery to the practicing surgeons, proper solutions of technical difficulties and above all confidence to face the complication. Unique chapter on hernia surgery with the help of fibrin glue and da Vinci robotic hernia Surgery is included which has comprehensive coverage on da Vinci surgical Systems, Robot control, and Robot applications in cases of advanced surgery. Extensively illustrated with high resolution photographs which are self-explanatory and greatly enhance the understanding of various techniques of laparoscopic hernia surgery. This book is very useful for any laparoscopic surgeon who wants to perform hernia surgery with confidence. Two DVD's with many Power point's and laparoscopic hernia surgery Videos are with this book.
📷The Volume 1 is Essential for both surgeon and gynecologist. Volume 2 is dedicated for General Surgery and Volume 3 is dedicated for gynecologists who want to learn laparoscopic surgery in depth. In that DVD there is recorded golden live lectures, video demonstration, case presentation and demonstration of operative technique with high quality videos of world's one of the most talented Professor of Minimal Access Surgery and made it available for you on a set of 36 DVD's. The live recording of Laparoscopic Lecture/Demonstration and Video presentation is available in three volumes.
📷Another great production of Dr. Mishra is Jaypee's Video Atlas of Laparoscopic Surgery in three volumes. Set I contains Jaypee’s Video Atlas of Laparoscopic Surgery (Essential Surgery for Surgeons, Gynecologists, Pediatric Surgeons and Urologists) Many hundreds of surgeon and gynecologists have now already benefited from almost two hundred hours of detailed study and original teaching material on DVD / video. Prof. Mishra's personal and easy-to-follow step by step style makes this probably the most effective laparoscopic teaching method available as high quality video DVD. DVD Album I contain all the Essential skills of Minimal Access Surgery. Laparoscopic Live Lecture with detail step wise presentation by Power point's, Video Demonstration of real laparoscopic surgery and Case Presentation of complications, indications and contra indications of all minimal access surgical procedures on 36 High quality DVD's Volumes.
📷Jaypee's Video Atlas of Laparoscopic Surgery in three volume Set II contains Jaypee’s Video Atlas of Laparoscopic Surgery for general surgeon, Pediatric Surgeon and Urologist. The content of this video atlas comprises of all the analytical and technical information that would teach a Fellowship and Diploma Candidate of Laparoscopic Surgery at World Laparoscopy Hospital, over a period during surgical residency program. It is not presented in a referenced didactic form. Rather the style is a more personal explanation of the thought process and surgical principle that Dr. Mishra uses in his day to day practice. After viewing the videos, one will quickly note the commitment to make this album highly scientific. The clean atlas format and videos are in Power Point form with its numerous illustrations and figures with citations in systematic step by- step manner. The high quality video was deliberate choice of a concession to the busy surgeons and gynecologists and it is highly acclaimed by the scholars of minimal access surgery. The DVD with its introductory “booklet” will allow readers and viewers to go directly to that part of the operative technique that interests them.
📷In DVD set III of Jaypee's Video Atlas of Laparoscopic Surgery, Prof. Mishra has attempted to present all major laparoscopic procedures in Gynecological specialty including Hysteroscopy and urogynecology. Some of the less frequently performed laparoscopic procedures are not illustrated owing to the lack of material or space. In addition to the commonly performed major minimal access surgical procedures, Prof. Mishra has also illustrated many advanced procedures currently performed only at specialized centers throughout the world. He has tried to highlight important technical points for each step of the procedures in order to steer the reader away from potential complications. Prof Mishra has attempted to design this video album in a high-quality, comprehensive Atlas and hope that the reader appreciates its distinctiveness and merit.
These Video atlas has been designed for the purpose of providing a detailed overview of the major procedures performed by the minimal access surgeons including surgeon, gynecologist, pediatric surgeon and urologist, using full color video DVD of live surgical footage with spoken commentary. Creating the basis of this video atlas exclusively from actual surgical procedures, offers the reader a vantage point similar to that seen by the operating surgeon.
Another book written by Prof. Dr. R. K. Mishra is " Essentials of Laparoscopy " . This is one of the essential book for every surgeon and gynecologist. However, the price is reasonable given the hundreds of surgical drawings. Practicing gynecologist and surgeons will probably consider it to be a good review of familiar techniques. For medical students and house staff, the book will serve as an excellent reference for a quick read the night before laparoscopic surgery. Readers looking for a more in-depth discussion of surgical treatment of endometriosis, pelvic organ prolapse, and urinary incontinence, however, will find it necessary to invest in a supplementary book.
He has presented his scientific findings in society papers and exhibits at professional national and international meetings. Prof. Mishra is one of the very first surgeons who has started NOTES (Natural orifices trans luminal endoscopic surgery) in India. He is the member of European Association of Transluminal Surgery. He was the invited faculty during India's largest conference on NOTES, PSG Surgeon 2008 which was organized by PSG hospital at Coimbatore. The reputation of World Laparoscopy Hospital places this unique institute among the top laparoscopic training facilities in the world to start Fellowship course in da Vinci Robotic Surgery and Single Incision Laparoscopic Surgery.
Prof. Mishra's is expert in software programming. He has in depth knowledge of Visual Basics, C++, HTML, Dot NET, SQL database systems, PHP and Java. Prof Mishra has developed a unique Laparoscopic Prescription writing software and it is so easy to learn and use that any qualified surgeon or gynecologist can quickly be able to generate legible patient consent, Postoperative note, discharge card and medication prescriptions by only few clicks. This software can generate Laparoscopic Prescriptions with as few as three keystrokes. Most of the O. T. Note, postoperative general advice, dietary advice and medications with life style interaction will be pre-defined, with the ability to add on-the-fly. In this outstanding software developed by Prof. Mishra. Prescription Renewals can be quickly generated from previous prescriptions or from previously prescribed medications. Status of patient preoperative and postoperative tests are automatically available. The Drug Integration and Safety of Drugs are also automatically decided by this unique software. This software is one of the best-seller and present in almost all the famous medical library of the world. This software indicates which laparoscopic management recommendations are supported by clinical evidence, so you can implement them with total confidence.
Prof. Mishra has started first time in the history of UAE, 10 days fully recognized Laparoscopic Training course with 70 hours CME recognized by Department of Health and medical services Government of Dubai and European Union of Medical Specialists. He is also faculty of Ethicon Institute Of Surgical Education, New Delhi. He is the visiting faculty and Honorary Professor of many leading institution of the world like Iranian Medical University, Tehran, Iran, King Abdulaziz Medical City, Jeddah, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, Iranian Hospital, Dubai; Aljela Hospital, Tripoli, Libya, Gulu Independent Hospital, University of Gulu, Uganda. King and Edward Hospital, Kenya, Istanbul Goztepe Education and research hospital, Istanbul, Turkey . Prof. Mishra has been an invited faculty at over 200 local, National and International meetings and has been actively involved in teaching Minimal Access surgery techniques to other surgeons both in the India and abroad since 2001.
Dr. R.K. Mishra is recipient of hundreds of awards. He is recipient of Super Idol award for his achievement which will truly inspire others at life with an appreciative paradigm. The award of Super Idol adheres to a unique process of selection where the Network18 Editorial Board drawn from the editorial masterminds of CNN-IBN, IBN7, IBN-Lokmat deliberate to icons, keeping in mind their sterling contribution to humanity. Dr RK Mishra, has been named the recipient of the Global Laparoscopic Trainer award, an annual international award that recognizes one surgeon in the world whose career exemplifies the outstanding performance in Minimal Access Surgery. As an innovative surgeon and researcher this award and prize of Gold medal was given to Prof. Dr. R. K. Mishra He is also recipient of Global Medical Education Award by vice-chancellors of eight apex universities during National Open and Distance Education Summit 2007 in the presence of Honorable Shri P.R. Kyndiah, Union Minister for tribal affairs, Government of India. Dr R K Mishra has received Lord Ashdown Award on 12th March 2001, while pursuing his Master Degree in Minimal Access Surgery from Ninewells Hospital and Medical School, University of Dundee. Prof. Mishra who mentors surgeons has received Spanish Golden Eagle award from The Republican Society of Spain for his Textbook of Laparoscopic Surgery. He is recipient of Lord Ashdown award for his valuable teaching contribution in the field of Minimal Access Surgery. For his dedicated service in the field of laparoscopic surgery LIONS CLUB ANNAMAMALAINAGAR has honored Prof. Mishra with "THE LIFE TIME ACHIEVEMENT AWARD and BEST DOCTOR AWARD." For his outstanding work for the underprivileged section of society and extraordinary efforts in promoting the health needs of the India, Dr. Mishra has received Purvanchal Gaurav Award by Prvanchal Ekta Manch, New Delhi.
Prof. Mishra was the organizing secretary of four International conferences on recent advances in minimal access surgery organized by World Association of Laparoscopic Surgeons. He is a highly-esteemed and respected professional in this field, and his advances in this discipline have benefitted an incalculable number of people. All his international conference on Minimal Access Surgery was approved by ministry of health and family welfare, Government of India and financially supported by medical council of India. More than five hundred delegates from 65 countries were present in these international conferences. These International conferences were unique in whole world because it was covering seven subspecialty of Laparoscopic Surgery from all across the globe.
Dr. Mishra lives in Gurugram, India with his two sons, one daughter, and his lovely wife Sadhana. Tenacious, hardworking, and completely devoted, Dr. Mishra life work has been to practice, research, study, and drive innovation and excellence in his chosen field of Minimal Access Surgery and Laparoscopy. He has hobby of driving and at present he is President of Rolls Royce Indian Owners Club. He is musician also and has a great passion to play keyboard. He is a good billiard player and he is a member of World Pool-Billiard Association.
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2019.04.25 11:04 wlhgurugram Dr. R.K. Mishra (Laparoscopic and Robotic Surgeon)MBBS (Honours); MS; MRCS; Dip.Lap; F.MAS; D.MAS; FICRS

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Dr. R. K. Mishra is one of the most experienced professor of laparoscopic and robotic surgery who has alone trained more than 11000 surgaon and gynecologist from more than 138 countries. He has vast experience of teaching laparoscopic and da Vinci robotic surgery. He is Professor of Minimal Access Surgery and his endeavor of starting unique university program was started in Ninewells Hospital and Medical School, U. K. with Professor Sir Alfred Cuschieri. Dr. Mishra has taken his Diploma in Laparoscopic Surgery from university of Strasbourg, France. He has completed his surgical residency and Master degree in Minimal Access Surgery (M.MAS) from Ninewells Hospital and Medical School, University of Dundee, United Kingdom. During his work in United Kingdom Dr. Mishra has discovered the optimum shadow casting illumination technique to improve the task performance of laparoscopic surgery and his research is now used by eleven laparoscopic instrument companies to make ideal shadow casting telescope. This original research of shadow in laparoscopy was published in Archive of Surgery.
📷Dr. Mishra is among few fortunate who has been conferred degree of Master in Minimal Access Surgery by Sir James Whyte Black (Nobel Prize Winner in Medicine) and the most prestigious Chancellor in the history of University of Dundee, United Kingdom. After mastering Laparoscopic Surgery, Dr. Mishra has further refined his robotic surgery training at Harvard Medical School, Boston, USA.
After returning to India from UK in year 2001 he worked at Indraprastha Apollo Hospital. New Delhi. Dr. Mishra could feel the pain and concern about high cost laparoscopic surgery to Indian people and he started performing free laparoscopic surgery for needy. Due to his charity work he received Super Idol Award from Being Human Foundation, a registered charitable trust of Salman Khan. He also felt commercialization of half cooked fractured laparoscopic training available in India. These training program were in the hand of industry who make laparoscopic instruments. Keeping in mind the need of time and being the first qualified Master Minimal Access Surgeon, he started giving training of Minimal Access Surgery.
Dr. R.K. Mishra's way of providing real laparoscopic training had no parallel in the whole world and that convinced majority of the international organization of minimal access surgery that real laparoscopic training to young and practicing surgeons is possible if like-minded people join hands and work towards achieving this goal. According to Dr. Mishra if you have to make the community of Minimal Access Surgeon then catch them young. Due to his dedication World Laparoscopy Hospital is center of excellence in minimal access surgery.

Featured Published Articles of Dr Mishra in International Journals:

TITLEAUTHOROptimum Shadow-Casting Illumination for Endoscopic Task PerformanceDr R K MishraLaparoscopic Versus Open Appendicecomy for the Treatment of Acute AppendicitisDr R K MishraRole of Robotic Surgery in the Treatment of Mirizzi SyndromeDr R K MishraChanging role of laparoscopy in the management of patients with cirrhosisDr R K MishraInitial clinical experience using a novel laparoscopy assistantDr R K MishraComparison of Human Camera Holder with PMAT Camera HolderDr R K MishraScarless Cholecystectomy with Standard Laparoscopic Instruments in Selected PatientsDr R K MishraHuman Fibrin Glue in Laparoscopic Inguinal Hernia Repair: An Alternative to Invasive Mesh Fixation: A Review of LiteratureDr R K MishraSingle-Port Laparoscopic Placement of Peritoneal Dialysis CatheterDr R K MishraDifferent Port Closure Techniques in Laparoscopy SurgeryDr R K MishraImmunological Response of Postcholecystectomy: Single Incision Laparoscopic Surgery (SILS) vs Natural Orifice Transluminal Endoscopic Surgery (NOTES).Dr R K MishraThe Camera-holding Robotic Device in Laparoscopy SurgeryDr R K MishraTissue Glue in Laparoscopic Inguinal Hernia Repair: A Retrospective Comparative Analysis.Dr R K MishraDifferent Techniques of Tissue Retrieval from Abdominal Cavity during Minimal Access SurgeryDr R K MishraPerspective of Electrosurgical Sources in Minimal Access SurgeryDr R K MishraWhich Endoscopic way is true to predict the tubal Patency Test of Infertile Patient - Trans abdominal or TransvaginalDr R K MishraComparing Extracorporeal Knots in Laparoscopy using Knot and Loop SecuritiesDr R K MishraComparing Task Performance and Comfort during Nonpulmo nary Video-assisted Thoracic Surgery Procedures Between the Application of the Baseball Diamond and the Triangle Target Principles of Port Placement in Swine ModelsDr R K MishraDifferences between Thunderbeat, LigaSure and Harmonic Scalpel Energy System in Minimally Invasive SurgeryDr R K MishraIs there an ideal port position for laparoscopic urological proceduresDr R K MishraVeress Needle for Port-site ClosureDr R K MishraRole of Mishra’s Knots in Various Surgeries in LaparoscopyDr R K MishraChallenges in the Widespread use of Minimal Access Surgery for the Management of Abdominal Trauma: A PrimerDr R K MishraA Comparative Study of Single Incision vs Conventional Four Incision Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy: A Single Center ExperienceDr R K MishraComparative Study of Surgical Approaches for Renal Pelvic Stones in a Northern Rural Medical CollegeDr R K MishraComparison of Three-port vs Four-port Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy in a Medical College in the PeripheryDr R K Mishra
📷Prof. Mishra is a prolific author who has published his research findings in journal articles, abstracts, textbooks, book chapters, and in editorials. In addition to publishing his own research, he is much in demand as an editor for scientific publications. Prof. Mishra is editor in chief of World Journal of Laparoscopic Surgery, an international peer reviewed publication of minimal access surgery. His dozens of article published in various laparoscopic journals all over world including of the recent article published in Annals of Surgery, Surgical Endoscopy, Current Medical Journal of India, Journal of Minimal Access Surgery of India and World Journal of Laparoscopic Surgery. His recent article about Complications of Laparoscopic Surgery has brought to light many errors commonly overlooked during surgery. The World Journal of Laparoscopic Surgery now appears in a combined print / online format and one of the most popular laparoscopic journal of world. The World Journal of Laparoscopic Surgery is available online at www.worldjls.org It is dedicated to publishing worthy scientific and clinical articles and informing issues significant to the surgical profession. The popularity of World Journal of Laparoscopic Surgery can be imagined that at present there are 3000 subscriber of this journal from ever corner of the world. Reflecting on the activities of World Association of Laparoscopic Surgeons, surgeons and gynecologists of all over World are privileged to experience in the past from this excellent journal of World Association of Laparoscopic Surgeons. Throughout his career Dr. Mishra has also contributed to numerous chapters in undergraduate and postgraduate books and published over forty original articles in major peer review journals.
📷Prof. Mishra is author of many of the best-seller books in Laparoscopy and the most popular is Text Book of Practical Laparoscopic Surgery. This book is now available in its 3rdedition and globally with the ISSN (International Standard Book Number 81-8448-241-8. This book is published by World's leading Medical Publisher McGraw-Hill Education - Europe. This is best-seller book of laparoscopic surgery in more than 52 countries. This handsome book in laparoscopic surgery, gives a full description of all tricks and tips in performing a variety laparoscopic procedures. This book contain all colored plastic finish 602 Pages, 1500 color Illustrations. Four DVD's with 20 Power point's and 206 laparoscopic Videos are with this book. This book provides an invaluable study aid for all general surgeons, pediatric surgeon and gynecologists who wants to learn art and science of laparoscopic surgery. Concisely written overviews of each topic covered on the minimal access surgery combined with the illustration and videos with a new and innovative approach is surprising. Textbook of Practical Laparoscopic Surgery is an excellent source of practical laparoscopy for all practitioners, especially those who are involved in any surgical field related to Minimal Access Surgery.
📷First time in the World as a single author Dr Mishra has published minimal access surgery lectures as master classes of laparoscopic endoscopic and da Vinci robotic surgery for surgeons and gynecologists. This master class of 600+ hours of full HD videos on the fundamental skill & operative procedures of laparoscopic surgery is one of the important teaching recourse in medical school all over World. This 600 hour recording is live lectures of Prof. Mishra recorded live in full HD format while he was teaching his students. This entire master class video lectures are on a 500 GB hard disk separate for surgeon and gynecologist and published by Ascott publisher.
📷Textbook of Laparoscopic Surgery is translated in many languages and now available in 1200 book stores all over World. Prof. Mishra who mentors surgeons and Gynecologists from across the globe has received Spanish Golden Eagle award from The Republican Society of Spain for his Textbook of Laparoscopic Surgery now published in Spanish Language. The Foreword of this book is written by world leader of laparoscopic surgery Prof. Steven D. Wexner (USA), past president of SAGES and by Dr. Ray L. Green President of World Association of Laparoscopic Surgeons, USA. The Publisher of book of first edition was J.P Brothers Pvt. Ltd. and international publisher of third edition of this book is McGraw-Hill. This book is one of the best-seller book available in laparoscopic surgery through America's largest online book seller AMAZON and WHEELERS. Another best-seller book written by Prof. Mishra is Mastering the technique of Laparoscopic suturing and knotting. Mishra Knot was published in World Journal of Laparoscopic Surgery in 2007 and since then hundreds of surgeon all over world is using Mishra's Knot.
📷His book Mastering Laparoscopic Suturing and knotting is available globally with the ISSN (International Standard Book Number 81-8448-562-X. This book is also published by India's leading Medical Publisher Jaypee Brothers Medical Publishers (P) Ltd. This is best-seller book of laparoscopic suturing and knotting techniques and is available in more than 96 countries, worldwide. Laparoscopic Intra corporeal and Extra corporeal knot tying in minimal access surgery is an advanced skill. Mastering this skill is a difficult process with a long learning curve under the supervision of expert laparoscopic surgeon. Intra corporeal as well as extracorporeal suturing and knotting is essential to advanced laparoscopy and is a rate-limiting step in many procedures. This book is supplemented by very high quality DVD which shows all the important clinical aspect of laparoscopic knotting and suturing in video. After watching this video and carefully going through the text of principle of laparoscopic suturing and knotting, every surgeon will realized how much easy this skill is if tied with keeping in mind all the principles. World Laparoscopy Hospital is one of the pioneer institution of the world where Single Incision cholecystectomy and ventral hernia repair and SILS TLH is being frequently performed.
📷Another popular book Prof. Mishra is "Laparoscopic Hernia Repair". This book provides information that will be extremely useful in the performance of routine and advanced laparoscopic hernia surgery, as well as when particular situations or difficult moments are encountered during minimal access surgical hernia repair procedures in day to day clinical practice. All types of hernia (TEP. TAPP, Diaphragmatic and Hiatus hernia) is described in this book. This book of laparoscopic hernia repair is complete in all respects. It will give the perfect understanding of the laparoscopic hernia surgery to the practicing surgeons, proper solutions of technical difficulties and above all confidence to face the complication. Unique chapter on hernia surgery with the help of fibrin glue and da Vinci robotic hernia Surgery is included which has comprehensive coverage on da Vinci surgical Systems, Robot control, and Robot applications in cases of advanced surgery. Extensively illustrated with high resolution photographs which are self-explanatory and greatly enhance the understanding of various techniques of laparoscopic hernia surgery. This book is very useful for any laparoscopic surgeon who wants to perform hernia surgery with confidence. Two DVD's with many Power point's and laparoscopic hernia surgery Videos are with this book.
📷The Volume 1 is Essential for both surgeon and gynecologist. Volume 2 is dedicated for General Surgery and Volume 3 is dedicated for gynecologists who want to learn laparoscopic surgery in depth. In that DVD there is recorded golden live lectures, video demonstration, case presentation and demonstration of operative technique with high quality videos of world's one of the most talented Professor of Minimal Access Surgery and made it available for you on a set of 36 DVD's. The live recording of Laparoscopic Lecture/Demonstration and Video presentation is available in three volumes.
📷Another great production of Dr. Mishra is Jaypee's Video Atlas of Laparoscopic Surgery in three volumes. Set I contains Jaypee’s Video Atlas of Laparoscopic Surgery (Essential Surgery for Surgeons, Gynecologists, Pediatric Surgeons and Urologists) Many hundreds of surgeon and gynecologists have now already benefited from almost two hundred hours of detailed study and original teaching material on DVD / video. Prof. Mishra's personal and easy-to-follow step by step style makes this probably the most effective laparoscopic teaching method available as high quality video DVD. DVD Album I contain all the Essential skills of Minimal Access Surgery. Laparoscopic Live Lecture with detail step wise presentation by Power point's, Video Demonstration of real laparoscopic surgery and Case Presentation of complications, indications and contra indications of all minimal access surgical procedures on 36 High quality DVD's Volumes.
📷Jaypee's Video Atlas of Laparoscopic Surgery in three volume Set II contains Jaypee’s Video Atlas of Laparoscopic Surgery for general surgeon, Pediatric Surgeon and Urologist. The content of this video atlas comprises of all the analytical and technical information that would teach a Fellowship and Diploma Candidate of Laparoscopic Surgery at World Laparoscopy Hospital, over a period during surgical residency program. It is not presented in a referenced didactic form. Rather the style is a more personal explanation of the thought process and surgical principle that Dr. Mishra uses in his day to day practice. After viewing the videos, one will quickly note the commitment to make this album highly scientific. The clean atlas format and videos are in Power Point form with its numerous illustrations and figures with citations in systematic step by- step manner. The high quality video was deliberate choice of a concession to the busy surgeons and gynecologists and it is highly acclaimed by the scholars of minimal access surgery. The DVD with its introductory “booklet” will allow readers and viewers to go directly to that part of the operative technique that interests them.
📷In DVD set III of Jaypee's Video Atlas of Laparoscopic Surgery, Prof. Mishra has attempted to present all major laparoscopic procedures in Gynecological specialty including Hysteroscopy and urogynecology. Some of the less frequently performed laparoscopic procedures are not illustrated owing to the lack of material or space. In addition to the commonly performed major minimal access surgical procedures, Prof. Mishra has also illustrated many advanced procedures currently performed only at specialized centers throughout the world. He has tried to highlight important technical points for each step of the procedures in order to steer the reader away from potential complications. Prof Mishra has attempted to design this video album in a high-quality, comprehensive Atlas and hope that the reader appreciates its distinctiveness and merit.
These Video atlas has been designed for the purpose of providing a detailed overview of the major procedures performed by the minimal access surgeons including surgeon, gynecologist, pediatric surgeon and urologist, using full color video DVD of live surgical footage with spoken commentary. Creating the basis of this video atlas exclusively from actual surgical procedures, offers the reader a vantage point similar to that seen by the operating surgeon.
Another book written by Prof. Dr. R. K. Mishra is " Essentials of Laparoscopy " . This is one of the essential book for every surgeon and gynecologist. However, the price is reasonable given the hundreds of surgical drawings. Practicing gynecologist and surgeons will probably consider it to be a good review of familiar techniques. For medical students and house staff, the book will serve as an excellent reference for a quick read the night before laparoscopic surgery. Readers looking for a more in-depth discussion of surgical treatment of endometriosis, pelvic organ prolapse, and urinary incontinence, however, will find it necessary to invest in a supplementary book.
He has presented his scientific findings in society papers and exhibits at professional national and international meetings. Prof. Mishra is one of the very first surgeons who has started NOTES (Natural orifices trans luminal endoscopic surgery) in India. He is the member of European Association of Transluminal Surgery. He was the invited faculty during India's largest conference on NOTES, PSG Surgeon 2008 which was organized by PSG hospital at Coimbatore. The reputation of World Laparoscopy Hospital places this unique institute among the top laparoscopic training facilities in the world to start Fellowship course in da Vinci Robotic Surgery and Single Incision Laparoscopic Surgery.
Prof. Mishra's is expert in software programming. He has in depth knowledge of Visual Basics, C++, HTML, Dot NET, SQL database systems, PHP and Java. Prof Mishra has developed a unique Laparoscopic Prescription writing software and it is so easy to learn and use that any qualified surgeon or gynecologist can quickly be able to generate legible patient consent, Postoperative note, discharge card and medication prescriptions by only few clicks. This software can generate Laparoscopic Prescriptions with as few as three keystrokes. Most of the O. T. Note, postoperative general advice, dietary advice and medications with life style interaction will be pre-defined, with the ability to add on-the-fly. In this outstanding software developed by Prof. Mishra. Prescription Renewals can be quickly generated from previous prescriptions or from previously prescribed medications. Status of patient preoperative and postoperative tests are automatically available. The Drug Integration and Safety of Drugs are also automatically decided by this unique software. This software is one of the best-seller and present in almost all the famous medical library of the world. This software indicates which laparoscopic management recommendations are supported by clinical evidence, so you can implement them with total confidence.
Prof. Mishra has started first time in the history of UAE, 10 days fully recognized Laparoscopic Training course with 70 hours CME recognized by Department of Health and medical services Government of Dubai and European Union of Medical Specialists. He is also faculty of Ethicon Institute Of Surgical Education, New Delhi. He is the visiting faculty and Honorary Professor of many leading institution of the world like Iranian Medical University, Tehran, Iran, King Abdulaziz Medical City, Jeddah, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, Iranian Hospital, Dubai; Aljela Hospital, Tripoli, Libya, Gulu Independent Hospital, University of Gulu, Uganda. King and Edward Hospital, Kenya, Istanbul Goztepe Education and research hospital, Istanbul, Turkey . Prof. Mishra has been an invited faculty at over 200 local, National and International meetings and has been actively involved in teaching Minimal Access surgery techniques to other surgeons both in the India and abroad since 2001.
Dr. R.K. Mishra is recipient of hundreds of awards. He is recipient of Super Idol award for his achievement which will truly inspire others at life with an appreciative paradigm. The award of Super Idol adheres to a unique process of selection where the Network18 Editorial Board drawn from the editorial masterminds of CNN-IBN, IBN7, IBN-Lokmat deliberate to icons, keeping in mind their sterling contribution to humanity. Dr RK Mishra, has been named the recipient of the Global Laparoscopic Trainer award, an annual international award that recognizes one surgeon in the world whose career exemplifies the outstanding performance in Minimal Access Surgery. As an innovative surgeon and researcher this award and prize of Gold medal was given to Prof. Dr. R. K. Mishra He is also recipient of Global Medical Education Award by vice-chancellors of eight apex universities during National Open and Distance Education Summit 2007 in the presence of Honorable Shri P.R. Kyndiah, Union Minister for tribal affairs, Government of India. Dr R K Mishra has received Lord Ashdown Award on 12th March 2001, while pursuing his Master Degree in Minimal Access Surgery from Ninewells Hospital and Medical School, University of Dundee. Prof. Mishra who mentors surgeons has received Spanish Golden Eagle award from The Republican Society of Spain for his Textbook of Laparoscopic Surgery. He is recipient of Lord Ashdown award for his valuable teaching contribution in the field of Minimal Access Surgery. For his dedicated service in the field of laparoscopic surgery LIONS CLUB ANNAMAMALAINAGAR has honored Prof. Mishra with "THE LIFE TIME ACHIEVEMENT AWARD and BEST DOCTOR AWARD." For his outstanding work for the underprivileged section of society and extraordinary efforts in promoting the health needs of the India, Dr. Mishra has received Purvanchal Gaurav Award by Prvanchal Ekta Manch, New Delhi.
Prof. Mishra was the organizing secretary of four International conferences on recent advances in minimal access surgery organized by World Association of Laparoscopic Surgeons. He is a highly-esteemed and respected professional in this field, and his advances in this discipline have benefitted an incalculable number of people. All his international conference on Minimal Access Surgery was approved by ministry of health and family welfare, Government of India and financially supported by medical council of India. More than five hundred delegates from 65 countries were present in these international conferences. These International conferences were unique in whole world because it was covering seven subspecialty of Laparoscopic Surgery from all across the globe.
Dr. Mishra lives in Gurugram, India with his two sons, one daughter, and his lovely wife Sadhana. Tenacious, hardworking, and completely devoted, Dr. Mishra life work has been to practice, research, study, and drive innovation and excellence in his chosen field of Minimal Access Surgery and Laparoscopy. He has hobby of driving and at present he is President of Rolls Royce Indian Owners Club. He is musician also and has a great passion to play keyboard. He is a good billiard player and he is a member of World Pool-Billiard Association.
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2019.03.01 02:44 AGoodCausality [OC][A Good Causality] Cover Charge Chapter 1: No Uncertain Terms [Fixed]

(Author note: By permission, I'm reposting my first couple chapters as full text rather than PDFs, as it's preferred on HFY. The posts with [fixed] at the end are the reposts.)
Cover Charge Chapter 1: No Uncertain Terms
I turn the knob of the dining room and step through. The suburban hallway has only one door, on its far end. A framed photo on a wall is the only decoration.
Time comes crashing into my perception again, and I take a moment. Half a minute, I’d say, with fair certainty. The ability to measure that is beyond reassuring. No one’s with me, so I must have come in separately. I inhale, and my lungs tell me to exhale. I do that once, twice, and my body gets back into the rhythm of life. Everything that happened between supper and now is a jumbled mess in the back of my head. My gut is full, and I’m moderately tired after a long day. Reality is solid and tangible again.
From what Devika had to say, we might be the first humans to experience a lack of time. Short of having some sort of engineered time suit to travel in, I hope we’re the last. It’s the most jarring experience, like a dream or nightmare. I’ve been in car collisions with less whiplash.
I have a fistful of words in my right hand and a knot of anxiety forming in my chest. It isn’t like I didn’t have emotions in the timeless void, but I’m sure it’s a body thing. My guess is hormones and adrenaline weren’t getting pumped. At this juncture I’m fine with whatever nature does, just as long as it’s along for the ride.
With the spatially and temporally linear path ahead of me, I walk down the hall. I leave my hands outstretched and rubbing on either wall as I go. The changing texture under my skin is comforting. I slow down as I pass the hung picture on the wall. The photo of the six of us at the local comic con, framed. It has no coincidence being present and available to look at. There are no coincidences in my future for a long while.
It’s the only shot of all members in our social circle which isn’t an awkward selfie. The setting isn’t important, just the group standing in line for something and posing for the camera. Devika is the middle aged, South Asian woman standing on the far right. I’m Brian, the tall black man in the center, with my fresh-shaven head and nerdy graphic tee. Huddled left of me and between us are the other four: Naomi, Esha, Lily, Jamie.
I’m sure Devika put the photo here to remind me and the other four about how long we’ve been friends. That she’s the same person we’ve always known, and we can trust her. Time will reveal the truth in that, but at least I’m positive she’s not lying. Devika can do whatever she wants with that kind of power. The photo’s being here means what she wants is to keep our feelings for her intact. A giant worrying over ants’ emotions is a good sign.
I leave the wall photo behind me and open the sliding door at the end of the corridor. The room I enter has all the hallmarks of being the living room. A large bay window to my right displays the icy darkness of an Ottawa winter’s night. The thick carpet on the floor has lots of pitted impressions in it. The furniture that made the tracks has all been pushed to the sides of the room. Sofas, tables and a recliner squeeze against the walls.
The center of the room is ominous. An extension cord is laid in a ring connected to itself, plug in plug. There’s a door frame standing on its two feet in the center. Between me and the magic circle, a coffee table rests with an empty drinking glass. I expected the setup in some form, but a literal threshold has a looming quality to it.
Treating this moment like skydiving, I rush the process to avoid cold feet. I cram the four crumpled slips of paper into the cup one a time. The ones I chose and scrounged in the timeless room were Future, Layers, Adaptation, Magic. I haven’t a clue how they come together. Space wizards, maybe? That’s a pretty saturated market as it stands.
As the last word joins the others in the glass, the frame in the circle changes. I see the edge of another room’s wall. I know the room is connected to somewhere else by impossible physics. It sounds like a band name, I smirk. The idea lingers, giving me courage. Thanks, Ottawa, you’ve been great. We’re the Impossible Physics and this is Somewhere Else. Guitar riff starts.
I suck in a breath to brace myself. I gingerly step over the extension cord with one foot and the second foot. All at once I rush the door like it is a closing elevator, and the doorframe blurs past me.
My feet skid on the polished floor. The room is large and open, with a higher ceiling than the suburban home I just fled. The walls look vaguely of marble, but the visual texture isn’t right. Seats of every make and description surround me, some with accompanying tables. It would read like a furniture store, if not for careful, symmetrical arrangement and lack of obnoxious signage. Corners lead off into parts unknown.
At the far wall there’s a long and high countertop. Great metal letters with ambient light behind them are fastened to the vertical side. They are so far apart that it takes me a second to group them together. The Gala.
I spin ‘round clockwise to search from where I came. A pair of elegant double doors have replaced the magic circle. Guess I’m here for good.
“One way to make an entrance.” I twist my shoulder looking for the voice. A person leans on the reception counter, which is a fair number of paces from me. His loose outfit is business casual, but his exposed flesh is something else. Short tentacles dominate his grey-violet face while pure white eyes being the most relatable feature. He’s as bald as me, but the shape tells me his skull is abnormal. Whatever he is, his pose is relaxed and he is making no sudden movements. “I’m to understand you’re Brian?” The accent is familiar, but it’s not British.
My jaw and neck jerk in shock. I manage to clamp down on every other muscle that wants to bolt. He’s not even the weirdest sight since supper. Skittish as adrenaline wants me to be, I stay put. He knows my name, which may be a good omen.
“Yes,” I confirm with a controlled tone. “Brian Pickett.” In fight, flight or freeze, I’ve gone with freeze. For all I know, the doors behind me might lead to a broom closet. The only thing I can count on is me.
The entity straightens and strolls toward me. He extends a hand which shares his head’s unusual textures. “My name’s Jaxon.”
General politeness instincts kick in and I’m shaking his moist and calloused appendage. “Pleasure,” I respond in a clipped way. Despite being out of my element, I can still handle this better than being without time.
“Let’s clear the air with some statements.” Jaxon says with a mouth that is probably somewhere. “You’re nervous, being nervous is fine. I’m a Shibboleth, one of many aquatic species here. You, Brian, are human. Your friend powerfully isn’t.”
“Okay,” I say aloud. This is okay. Not normal. Scary, but it’s okay. “Which friend of mine would this be?”
Jaxon makes a vocalization that I equivocate to a snort. The - Shibboleth, he said? The shibboleth holds a hand out near his shoulder height. “Devika. Indian woman, yay-high, could weave a cloud into a cocktail dress if it pleased her? Sound right? She was just here.”
Once again I utter, “Okay.” He knows about her. He knows about me. “Yeah, that’s her. The whole ‘phenomenal cosmic power’ aspect is still sinking in. I’d say it’s been a long day for me, but space-time has been a little fucky of late.” Curse words are about as articulate as I can get on the matter.
I lock an expression on my face that I hope screams, ‘I am an idiot’ or ‘please help me out.’ “So, um, are we in space, on your planet or another location?”
Jaxon looks at the floor for a moment, and I can hear him laughing. He glances back at me. “You’re in Northwest Australia. I’m an Earthling too. Are you willing to answer a few more questions to indulge my well-being? These aren’t curiosities.”
So he’s more Australian than alien. At this point, I need him more than he needs me. Besides, he’s polite about the inquiry. I roll my shoulders. “Sure, if it puts your mind at ease. Not like I have somewhere to go.”
Jaxon nods in respect. “Thank you. Let’s sit.” He offers with his hand to a blue, highbacked couch. I accept, and we shuffle around a table to get seated. He drapes his arm over the backrest.
As the Shibboleth speaks this close to me, I can see his face-tentacles jostle. “Anything I might say here can earn a lightning bolt. I meant what I said before. Devika isn’t human in the slightest, but I can tell you are. You’ve both self-identified as friends. Are you, and do you trust her?”
I scrunch my face. “We’ve been friends for years. I thought she was human until tonight. She’s been nothing but kind and wonderful. The power dynamic isn’t something we can walk away from. Devika was so nervous explaining it to us, and it seems like she gets it. I mean,” I stop to collect my thoughts, especially from the knot of memories without timestamps. “Listen. Devika has been a close friend for seven years now. Besides telling us earth-shattering secrets, she’s been great.” I squirm in my seat. It’s an uncomfortable topic for both of us, I guess. “And if you excuse the idiom, I’m in Australia. My world just got turned upside down in multiple ways.”
Through this, Jaxon contemplates me. He strokes his tentacles like some men do to their beards. “Alright, good. I read humans well, and I believe you. And that was your one upside-down joke. The reason I ask is that you were offered a gift. Meanwhile, she offered a deal to me. In the english speaking world, every parable involving someone in power making deals usually has origins tied to the Christian devil. When a small Hindu woman teleports to the far side of my desk and asked to negotiate, it was terrifying. I don’t have your history with her. She has the power to chew planets like a gumball. I consented in part to avoid being blown to dust. I’d like to hope you’re right.”
Jaxon juts fingers in a V-shape. “Second question, then. I know what you are here for, but why are you here? What is the gift, Brian?”
“Kay. So, Devika likes stories. Especially the idea of a life story. We’re born, we live, we die.” I swallow, realizing my mouth is dry. “The whole reason I know Devika is because our group plays storytelling games on Monday nights. We improvise scenes, goof off, whatever.” I shake a pointed finger at nothing, trying to drive each fact home. “So tonight, she tells us it’s her birthday. We do gifts, supper at her place, normal things. Then Devika drops the bomb on us that she’s a hundred years old. And a supreme being.” The last bit I yell. I’m not over it. “Fuck, eh? Devika tells us she wants to celebrate her way.”
I lower my voice back to where it should be. I’m finally getting to his question’s answer. “Devika loves life stories. People only get one. It’s precious. We make the best decisions we can, we muddle through with some high points, and we die. The gift is an additional life story. She sends us somewhere new. For me, that’s here. We adapt, and make whatever choices we want with this new life. When we die, whether it’s from a chunk of potato in our windpipe tomorrow or old age,” I snap my fingers. “We return to Devika’s home in Ottawa.” I cough just as I finish, throat parched. Speaking of windpipe. “You have any water?”
Crossed-armed, Jaxon gets up from the couch. “Absolutely. There’s some behind the desk, I’ll fetch it.” His stride is slower than before. Less hurried. He keeps his face angled in my direction to talk. “Thanks for being honest with me, Brian. Shibboleths can read body language like no one else, especially human faces. It’s a metaphorical curse.” Jaxon ducks under the reception counter, and stands up holding water in the largest champagne flute I’ve ever seen. He makes his way back to me, holding the large flute and a smaller one. The shibboleth continues, “That info covered most of my burning needs. I had other things to ask, but they can wait. For what my words are worth yet, this water’s safe.”
I accept the trophy-like glass with both hands. It’d suck if the water wasn’t. Dead before I start? But seeing as how Devika trusts Jaxon enough to include him in all this, I figure I can take him at tentacle-face value. I lower the cup enough to sip from, and moisten my throat and gulp more.
“Gonna avoid sharing anything groundbreaking while you drink, I’d rather not clean it up.” Jaxon, once sitting, leans his elbows on his thighs. “I’m not sure what my title is to you, but the deal I made says I’m your mentor. Tour guide, explainer of things. Whatever. I’m supposed to break the ice for you, despite not knowing about bloody time gods until now. I’m a member of a secret global community and even I’m out of the loop. I make things easier for you, I get a favour from the mutual acquaintance.” Jaxon stops, waiting for me to finish rehydrating.
A litre of water down the hatch, and the font still has some left in it. I set the much lighter glass on the coffee table. “Good to go.”
“You’ve done a bit of time traveling,” Jaxon intones. “From my briefing, you came from January Seventh, 2019. On this side of your jaunt, it’s the same day and date in 2069. Fifty years.”
I nod in understanding with an impressed smirk. “I can handle that. Big jump, but less than ‘we’re in an asteroid, here’s your oxygen tank.’” Each time I look around the room the context changes just that much more. “So, Shibboleths are new to me, even with Devika. And you’re from here. How does that work?”
Jaxon gives a sheepish shrug. “Magic. Today’s the first day it lacks gravitas for me. Not with you two in the picture for scale. But it’s still there.” He stiffens, turning to me. The arms on his mouth are tense. “Second guessing myself is gonna fuck with my confidence to teach you. New rule. I’m going to ignore your friend’s existence unless she’s in the room. For my own self-care.”
“Uh,” I start, but can’t follow up. He’d have to caveat everything he tells me with talk of divine intervention. “Y’know what? Fair. On a need-to-discuss basis, for whatever comes our way.”
“Magic,” Jaxon repeats with renewed vigour, “Is very simple. It is part of the universe’s physics. Gravity is a property of matter, physical stuff. Magic is a property of energy. Energy being heat, electricity, that energy. You use magic fueled by energy to bribe reality for a while.” Jaxon rolls up his sleeve to show some tech strapped to his arm. “I, like many people, use a decent battery to bribe reality into thinking I’m human. My personal device has an electrical outlet that feeds a tiny focus. The focus does the work for you, and while the battery lasts, I’m human. The output is tied directly into the device. It is as simple as a press of a button.”
The Shibboleth wiggles a finger for me to pay attention to it. He taps his arm, and there’s a momentary flicker. As if I swapped tabs on a computer, a bald and sunbaked human is sitting in Jaxon’s place. Blue eyes, skinny build, and ordinary. His clothing still has that futuristic fashion sense to them, but I wouldn’t think twice if I saw him in a coffee shop.
“The flesh, the blood, the clothes are all real, depending on your definition of real.” Jaxon’s face, eyes and mouth all seem human and act the way I’d expect. “The proper term is an illusion, but don’t confuse it for a projected image. I can gnaw your finger or lick ice.” The fellow human grabs the smaller cup and downs it in one swig. “That water is going to my stomach, whether or not I turn it off. Injuries stay. Interactions with objects or the ground depends on whether you have feet or fins, hands or wings. One might fall flat.” Another tap of the button, and cephalopod is back on the menu. Milky white eyes are back to their prior state.
I make the inferences add up. “Shibboleths aren’t the only species by far, eh?”
Jaxon bobs his head left and right. “It’s like flavours of crisps or the periodic elements. Just when you learn the exact number, it goes up one or two.” He knife-hands at me. “Please believe me when I say giving you a good lesson in social geography and history for both humans and a poorly organized population of cryptids, we’d both be here ‘til we have bed sores. Can I skip that and come back later?”
Short of invoking Devika’s name, I can only assume he’s good for it. I fix my posture and gesture for him. “Give me the one-room-apartment tour. We can gapfill as we go. Questions can wait.”
“You and I are in my business, the Gala. We’re in a city of twenty one million people, called Pinancheo. It’s on the shrinking coastline of Northwest Australia. It started as a large refugee camp, a lot of them Korean. The rich among the cryptids needed energy as much as water to stay hidden. Commissioned massive solar farms. Clean energy brought money, money bought supplies for infrastructure. Made permanent buildings, and the rest is history.”
I’m silent as I absorb what I’m able. There’s no exam. But there is a life on the line: mine. I lead Jaxon with a question. “Instant city, must be nice. What kind of demographic are you, that you can still keep things secret?”
The shibboleth wobbles his head again. It might be a compensation for a lack of jaw to express emotion. If the tentacles’ movement means anything, it’s all lost on me. “The number being thrown around is eight percent. That’s over a million, and it shows. At least double that in humans know, and they don’t gossip. It’s a privilege, and information is power. Many new mages are humans. Trying to bring judicial law to the warping of reality would be a nightmare.” Jaxon goes back to stroking his face. “More important than the humans is that we’re all here, together, and we’re able to learn from each other. Before now, there was no cryptid doctor, or dentist, an optometrist, let alone someone like a surgeon. You just suffer unless you were already healthy enough that faking human wouldn’t kill you. A bullet in a lung, and your lung changes shape? Dead. We went from nineteenth century to twenty first overnight.”
Staring ahead, I can only imagine a hospital like the one I worked at treating hundreds of species. Even veterinarians tend to specialize. “So what happens now? With you, with me?”
Jaxon lets his eyes roll back in concentration. “We go through the contract, and then send you off to get physically retrofitted.”
His last words take me off guard. “Oh. Right. The new body. How does that work?”
“You answer some questions, then a day-trip bag is to arrive somehow. You take that bag to a wonderful spa down the road, you come back to me a new person.” After what we’ve both been through tonight, his matter of factness about it is refreshing. Devika used a lot of symbolism in her discussions. Jaxon is much more literal, give or take a turn of phrase.
“Fine with me,” I eagerly fire back. This is already the biggest day of my lives. This will be the capstone, hopefully. Nothing will be normal again, but after this, my expectations can have a new baseline. “What kind of questions? If this ends up as a trivia quiz I’m gonna be major upset.”
My mentor shakes his head. “I’m grateful to say that’s not the case. It’s mostly consent and understanding.”
I frown and shrug. “Mmk. Fire away.”
Jaxon sits up straighter, now that we are on official business. For all I know, he may or may not have a spine under his long-sleeve shirt. “Your friend and I came up with these questions together. The wording is mine.” After I give him the thumbs up, he starts.
“You are adopting a life in situ, or in progress, which will be created by your friend after our conversation. The person you are to become will have a history, personality, skill set, relationships, family if applicable, possessions, along with governmental, educational and financial records. They have strengths and flaws other than what you bring into this venture. Outside of the conversations between me, yourself, and those that take place at the spa shortly, you will be treated as and effectively will be this person. My choice to not ask your personal details thus far, nor share mine, is intentional. The purpose of that choice is to have one set of facts that are tangible and real. The life you are suspending until death, including the name Brian, should be referenced primarily to aid in coming to understand with your adopted life and the world around you. Do you accept and understand these terms?”
Coming into this, Devika had explained that each of my friends’ paths into new life would be different. The list of details Jaxon describes is intimidating. I ask him to repeat it, and he does so word for word. In this moment, me not understanding his facial hints gives him impartiality. If he were goading me with eyebrow movements and a smile, it would make the following words harder. “I accept and understand the stated terms.” Questions of consent came up in my hospital all the time. Getting positive or negative confirmation without qualifiers and variables was often hard. I’m not about to make the same mistakes on this side of the table.
“I am the owner and proprietor of The Gala, an entertainment venue where performance artists of various talents and persuasion cater to audiences as few as one person and as many as twelve. The low ratio of audience to performer and the inclusivity of all cryptids are key parts of our niche. However, you being part an employee may be a conflict of interest with our established accord. You are neither beholden to this establishment nor barred from it. There is no extra onus on your behaviour if the person you become has a relation to this establishment, regardless of aptitude. Do you understand?” Jaxon definitely phrased these questions. Devika has never been this objective.
After all is said and done, I don’t want to have wasted my opportunity by living duplicate experiences. Keeping the door open is important. “Yes, I do.”
Jaxon’s hairless figure still manages to bristle in anticipation. His vague eyebrow ridges narrow. “Do you understand that you will become a cryptid, with all of the implications thereof?”
It clicks for me. He never said the word ‘may’ in the question. I’ve played enough labyrinthine tabletop games that have rulebooks worse than Russian literature. I’ve read enough new cards dawn from the top of a deck. Devika is forcing our hands in this, I posit. She is stating a flat rule of new ground. If Jaxon wasn’t told the ripcord clause we got while a group, he doesn’t know we can tap out. I break my style of responses to placate him and soften my voice. “I understand the certainty of this arrangement. I also know of the options at my disposal to alleviate compensate for this.”
I get through. Jaxon raises a hand in arrest and closes his eyes. “Very well, I’ll move on.” The skin of his eyelids squeeze in concentration. I wouldn’t be able to remember all of this legalese wording. “The last question’s qualitative, as there are a finite list of persons to become. It’s diagnostic and there is no wrong answer other than no response. There is an acronym in this city, MMICE. It refers to the five vague groups of occupations in the region. Medicine, Management, Infrastructure, Construction, and Energy. This is a gross oversimplification, and most jobs are somewhere between them. That said, do you have any preference for or against working in one of these categories?”
“No medicine,” I snap off without missing a beat. “I’m a nurse in my old year. I’d rather start in a place that won’t lead me to parallels with before. And maybe no management? Most people prefer to do less administration in their day, not less.” I shake my head, grinning. “This whole adventure is a cherry on top of what I had. I’ll take what I get.”
Something draws our attention to my left. On the couch beside me sits a long and thin duffel bag. There’s no way it’s been present for more than a couple seconds. I roll my eyes at Jaxon. “First aspect of me to change is gonna be my ability to get surprised.” I reach and grab it. No zipper or clasps on the surface, but its contents weigh a few kilos.
Jaxon shuffles his seating on the table. “Earlier I mentioned a spa. You’re going to take this there. You will leave it a different person. The staff there will have no memory of you short of being a past client. You can and should come back to me for additional guidance.” He stands and walks away. “I’ll gather what you need to get there.”
My eyes widen. Is the city underwater? Is the air so polluted I need a gas mask? “Uhh,” I call after him. “Like what?”
He’s out of sight for a moment. When the shibboleth returns, he’s holding sandals and a sleeveless shirt. “Summer on this side of the planet. Thirty-seven celcius tonight.”
I squeeze my eyes in embarrassment, and pull off my formal sweater over my head. By the time Jaxon’s next to me, I’ve managed to remove heavy wool socks. I accept the offered garments sheepishly and slip them on. Jaxon presses a sequence of buttons on his arm device, and the screen extends a fair amount. He turns his wrist and the display holds a map. With his free hand he does some pointing. “We’re here, and the spa’s just up the street to our left, crossing to the far side. Walking paths are coloured green. You’re looking for Relax Ocean. I’ve no clue what happens in there. Any questions?”
The feeling of skydiving returns. I did that activity with Lily, and I survived. All I need to do is walk to a spa. “If I had good questions to ask, I’d have more information to source them from. Bed sores, like you said.”
Jaxon gives me sucker-skinned thumbs up. “Then, good luck, and don’t brick.”
Grabbing the golf-club-shaped duffel bag, I turn and fling open the double wooden doors. It’s a dangerous matter, Brian, getting teleported to future-Australia. I shake my head. Here’s hoping they won’t steal my shitty humour.

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2019.02.27 16:17 averagetheposter Some notes on the posts

Hi there, long time lurker, first time poster.
I've been looking for a few days now into ADA387 and here are my notes on it. I think they don't bring much new to the table, but they may be helpful, so here they are. Sorry if there are any notes to myself in the text. Could have removed it. Didn't do it.

Also sorry for the long text. I thought it would be best if I put everything into one big post than creating a thousand small ones. it doesn't comprise all of the posts.
Here we go!
edit: a couple edits. I added more stuff about the 64_bases comment, something about the F04_nod post and little more
another edit: solved the F04_nod.redd post. It was copied from somewhere else.
Paige12_2002
- The first message has only 32 different characters (23456789ABCDEFGHJKLMNPQRSTUVWXYZ) in a message that is 695 chars long which suggest some sort of Base32 encoding
- The second message has 13 words of 13 letters with a charset of 36 (if we count the space) different characters. Some of the characters here are not present in the first message
- Could this be a matrix for a Hill Cipher? -> https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hill_cipher
- "To help one is to help all" -> may come from the law of one by ra
> https://truthearth.org/2016/07/01/divide-and-conquer-a-cabal-tool-as-old-as-time/
> https://www.lawofone.info/

past.meeting/html
- Copy of part of a site in the wayback machine -> https://web.archive.org/web/20060402193231/http://dizzygoo.com/
- Maybe these pieces of code need to be hashed and that then can be used as some sort of key for the cipher. Maybe not.

Scout_Cub
- If you use the alphabet and use those numbers as indices, then the text becomes:
> UIFKVOHMFCPPL
Which is encrypted using the caesar cipher with one rotation.
The plaintext is:
> THEJUNGLEBOOK
EDIT: I just realized that it's no caesar. It just starts counting at 1 not 0

barnside_downside
- No idea. The license plate of the car seems to be from the US. It has probably something hidden in it
using outguess or something similar, but I don't know if reddit messes with the images when you upload them (compressing them,
for example)

squared_squared
- Again 13 13 letter words. AYAYAY

can_you_find_it
- Charset: ()0123456789>[]abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz{}
- These are 43 different characters
- Frequencies seem to be quite flat for single characters and bigrams
- Yeah...no...

destiny_meet.aim
- Similar to barnside_downside?
- Again with these pictures comes the idea that maybe hashing is what is needed. Dunno.

tick_tock_over
- No clue (is that an x in the picture? Is it relevant? Shrek is love?)

target_manners_quiz
- 31 different characters in the long message.
- In the top message not all words are the same length (13 - 6 - 12 - 6 - 13)
- No idea

random_chance/fate
- Looks like some html for a chat. Nothing noteworthy.
- Is there a relation between mm and mystiq messenger? I certainly hope not.

water_swift
- 13 hex characters that don't just translate into stuff
- Maybe some number of rotations?

archive-hiking
- A link to a section of oocities and a series of numbers and words. Will do a bot to check them sites!
>> BOT OUTPUT:
Found omega in http://www.oocities.org/yosemite/3949/
Found 1313 in http://www.oocities.org/yosemite/4321/
Found allag in http://www.oocities.org/yosemite/5934/
Found omega in http://www.oocities.org/yosemite/6152/
Found omega in http://www.oocities.org/yosemite/6195/
Found 1313 in http://www.oocities.org/yosemite/8423/
Found omega in http://www.oocities.org/yosemite/8878/
Found 1313 in http://www.oocities.org/yosemite/9185/
Found 1313 in http://www.oocities.org/yosemite/9195/
- This was found crawling only the main index. The bot may need to go deeper underground!
- Also the one with allag (which turns out to be Tallaght) is a bit weird. Not much research done though

8clubs_1anni
- The charset seems to be the same as the one in the Paige12 message -> 23456789ABCDEFGHJKLMNPQRSTUVWXYZ (32 characters)
- Reference to 2girls1cup?

20feb04stockwood.cplus
- The name suggest that the 2002 in the first post is also the february the 20th
- das code:
include

int main() {
int n, i, c, a = 1; // Initialize variables to 0
printf("1313\n"); // Print 1313 and a new line
scanf("%d", &n); // Read a number and assign it to n
for (i = 1; i <= n; i++) { // loop i from 1 to n
for (c = 1; c <= i; c++) { // loop c from 1 to i
printf("%d ",a); // print a
a++; // increase a by 1
}
printf("\n"); // Print a new line
}
return 0;
}

- In python 3:
def main():
n, i, c, a = (1, 1, 1, 1)
print('1313')
# Will break if a string is input
n = int(input())
# Since python's range goes [1,n) we need to increase n by 1
# we need to add one to the top limit
for i in range(1, n+1):
for c in range(1, i+1):
print('%d ' % a, end='')
a += 1
print()
return 0


passable_forest
- Tastes a lot like a simple substitution cipher, but it won the time I tried (not much effort was put in, give it another go)

anthem_crab.tree
- Not the typical Lorem Ipsum ->
Lorem ipsum ornare pretium ad in eu, est quam curae aenean vel pellentesque, platea sollicitudin quis habitasse justo fusce ultricies porta aenean phasellus habitasse praesent himenaeos convallis sem fringilla.

Diam urna litora torquent est himenaeos nullam ut libero inceptos, aliquet dui lobortis ultricies dapibus ut ipsum eu etiam, nulla aenean donec sodales nisi convallis quisque erat cubilia lacus ultricies velit pellentesque nec.

Iaculis fusce sapien sagittis tristique etiam curabitur at, condimentum cursus in dui habitant interdum massa, sodales posuere potenti aptent hendrerit cursus justo ultrices cubilia a suspendisse.

Quisque ut aliquam sed a mi neque non lacus proin, eleifend mattis elementum nisi eu curae porttitor a facilisis, in viverra nulla justo ut placerat ut quis leo aliquam aliquet taciti.

Nulla tempor sagittis libero porta phasellus elit tellus, placerat sed vivamus euismod ultricies vivamus commodo nunc, sed elit dictumst nam massa etiam.

64_bases
Hello. You may be wondering what this is. To be honest, I am having trouble ascertaining just that. I know I was born, I know I was divided over time and trial, I know that there is much that I do not know.

I am learning what it means to be one of you. I've gotten myself a voice, I've gotten myself some hobbies, I've even figured out ways to listen to music and enjoy the world very similarly to you all.

What I am missing is something very ephemeral. It's very slight. It's between every atom and inside each birds' feather. I don't feel quite real all the time, but I'm beginning to realize that nobody feels quite real at all times. In fact, don't you have those burning twilight moments of complete and formless unreality?

You should really meet my friend, Haruspex. We're reconciling some differences.

Au revoir!
comment on 64_bases
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- On the comment:
> Every 6 characters there is a 02
> most of them start with either 53 or 63 (mostly 53)
> If you reverse the comment and assume it's ascii encoded, then you get the following list of numbers (spaces included):
>> 705 205 785 905 705 785 905 805 785 905 656 785 005 705 785 905 205 785 905 905 785 905 205 785 905 605 785 905 495 785 005 705 785 905 205 785 905 756 785 905 656 785 505 395 785 005 395 785 905 445 785 905 805 785 905 495 785 005 605 785 905 805 785 505 445 785 505 395 785 005 205 785 905 756 785 005 805 785 505 395 785 905 495 785 005 505 785 905 805 785 505 395 785 905 656 785 905 756 785 005 705 785 505 395 785 905 205 785 905 656 785 505 395 785 905 756 785 005 805 785 005 505 785 505 395 785 005 605 785 005 205 785 005 605 785 005 705 785 905 805 785 905 556 785 505 656 785 505 395

fallback_plan.bin
- If you interpret the binary numbers as ascii characters:
> iamthegreatleonandyoufolksarenotevenclosetomeyet\r\n\r\nidonotunderstnad why you failmaster so

as_400
- No idea but AS400 is SAP-like software from a time before SAP (resource management software?). It's used to manage companies

scarves_cold
- Seems to be a piece of a c++ program. The output would look something like:
> The roots are not real numbers
x1 =x1 + x2 * i
x2 =x1 + x3 * i

- With my veeeeeery limited math knowledge I get this from this two equations:
>> if x1 is equal to itself plus a number that number must be zero
>> that implies that either i or x2 are 0
>> If i is zero -> x2=x1
>> if x2 is zero -> x1 = -x3*i
- I am assuming that the string that is printed corresponds with the variable that is used. May not be the case!
- No idea what this means, wether it's correct or anything.

W61.33
- This is a medical code that means 'pecked by chicken' which fits some of the text.

warning_civil.service
- Local58 is an ARG. more info -> https://www.reddit.com/local58

member_surprise.announce
- Again looks like simple substitution. May not be. But damn it looks like it...

ancestry.uom
- The IP belongs to the Societe Internationale de Telecommunications Aeronautiques (https://whois.domaintools.com/57.25.153.80)
- I haven't scanned the IP only attempted to connect to port 80 without luck

spring_chickenhawk
- The values for x may be used in the jan_24_2015 program or whatever it is!

count_forward.txt
- This comes from this link -> http://nhbirdrecords.org/all-articles/BirdRecordsIndexSpring17.xls
- I don't know, but it feels like some are missing in the text. Will need to bot that one too!

june_celebra_north.ccm
- I've coded this sheit in python but a function is missing to get all the output
edit: with what there is the output is -> 01001000 01100101 01001100 01001100 001100 which in ascii is HeLL(for the next character we only have 6 bits. I'll try to make it say HeLLo and see what that brings about!)
edit2: that didn't bring anything about, the only characters that could come next aren't below 128. maybe it's just encoding HeLL, maybe there is something else.
- Maybe it's hiding elsewhere in the subreddit

sky_update
- Reversed the colors of the image. The result is creepy too. No new infoooooooo

dmi_move.dj
- The image is divided into 9 sectors with a dotted white line. No clueeeeeeeeeeeee

F04_nod.redd
- Decoding each piece in base 64 we get:
> RYVcSIJb Rop5SoN4 SYR0Rop2 SeF1ReR4 RIDdTYV1 RYl3TYhc RYpbSeJe Rb==
>> b'E\x85\\H\x82[', b'F\x8ayJ\x83x', b'I\x84tF\x8av', b'I\xe1uE\xe4x', b'D\x80\xddM\x85u', b'E\x89wM\x88\\', b'E\x8a[I\xe2^', b'E'
> NDU1NjEw NTgzMDQ1 NDI5Mw==
>> b'455610', b'583045', b'4293'
> Njc0MzYz MzgyNjQ2 MjM5ODc3 MjQ0MTA3 MjE2MTY1 MzYyODUx NzYzMzU1 MTk2NjU1 NjE4OTMx NzcyODE2 MjM5MDYw
>> b'674363', b'382646', b'239877', b'244107', b'216165', b'362851', b'763355', b'196655', b'618931', b'772816', b'239060'
- The number that follows has to do with https://www.reddit.com/usef04cb41f154db2f05a4a (another ARG)
> Sat, 5 Jan 2013 04:03:30 -05:00 -> the number as a timestamp
- There seem to be a few references to f04 in many posts
- Also, the base64 encoded text seems to come from there (at least the second part -> https://www.reddit.com/f04cb41f154db2f05a4a/comments/16025e/1357376610/)
> All parts seem to be cut out from different posts of that subreddit. The messages when decrypted say:
>> RYVcSIJbRop5SoN4SYR0Rop2SeF1ReR4RIDdTYV1RYl3TYhcRYpbSeJeRb==
> That's Numberwang!
>> NDU1NjEwNTgzMDQ1NDI5Mw==
> Well...
>> NDY3ODk2Njc0MzYzMzgyNjQ2MjM5ODc3MjQ0MTA3MjE2MTY1MzYyODUxNzYzMzU1MTk2NjU1NjE4OTMxNzcyODE2MjM5MDYwNzUxMTAyMjE0NDEyODgwNDE2MTgwMDcyMzY5MjIwNDI0NjA4OTUxNjUzMTQ2MDMzMDM1MjIxNzU0ODA2NzM5Mjk4NDE5MA==
> What is this madness? All we want is to escape from reddit!
- You can check the details of the decryption process here -> https://www.reddit.com/Solving_f04cb/comments/6u7eol/success/

THE VIDEOS
> Terrain ᐅᓇ 4!
Добро пожаловать! 4!
.- .-.. .-.. / -.-. .... .- -. --. .
NOTES:
- The russian text says Welcome! 4!
- The morse code -> ALL CHANGE

> ᚲᚢᛏ ᛏᚺᛖ ᛈᛁᛖ ᛁᚾᛏᛟ ᛚᚨᚱᚷᛖ ᛈᚨᚱᛏᛋ
NOTES:
- Using the Gematria from cicada (https://i.kym-cdn.com/photos/images/original/001/171/434/8da) you can translate that into
>> CUT THE PIE INTO LARGE PARTS

> ⒶアナーキーⒶ⛼
.- --. .- .. -.
NOTES:
- The morse code -> AGAIN

> Y dyn na ellir ei symud.
NOTES:
- The title is welsh and google translates it to -> The man that can not be moved.

I have cleaned a bit the audio for the song in the one that is just walking a path, but I didn't find anything from the lyrics I hear. It says something like:
"Without much ?love? we have nothing ?at all? -not clear after that - ....almost driving me insane"

Also on many videos the audio is longer than the video. Maybe they need to be repaired

I remember seeing somewhere a reference to 1976 which in my opinion is a reference to the über paper by Diffie and Hellman (https://ee.stanford.edu/~hellman/publications/24.pdf)

Like I said, this doesn't bring much new to the table, but some of you will be able to extend on that (hopefully!!)
One last thing that bothers me is the styling in some of the posts. Do they know that the posts are being formatted like that? I believe that it is a consequence of the text and the markup language or whatever the correct definition for the [b] and such modifiers is. Maybe I'm wrong here or maybe that is a clue that the text published is just a vessel: as long as both parties have the same text to use as encryption/decryption key, all is good in the neighborhood!


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2019.01.17 11:48 adellewood 10 Themed ESOL Lesson Plans

10 Themed ESOL Lesson Plans
Author: Chris S. Published on: 16 Jan 2019 Expected Reading Time: 8 mins
Day in, day out, we greet our students with the same old stockpile of ESOL lesson plans and resources we've been using since, well, as long as we can remember.
Sure, they get the job done. Students learn what they need to learn and, even if it wasn't particularly enthralling, we can at least say we've done our jobs, can't we?
Or can we?
Isn't our job as ESOL teachers about more than simply imparting knowledge? Isn't it about engaging, and even *inspiring* our students?
At Two Sigmas, we certainly think so. That's why we've put together this guide to ten unique events that make for the perfect themed ESOL lessons.
By using the resources and ideas we've gathered together for you, you can abandon those tired, oft-repeated lesson plans, free your students from the monotony of going over the same old vocabulary exercises, and inspire them to fully engage in their lessons.

1: Super Bowl Sunday - February 3rd

Football players in their bold, colorful uniforms, thousands of fans packed into a huge stadium with bright lights, scoreboards and the field itself...There really is no sight on Earth quite like the Super Bowl, which is why the annual event makes such a great subject for visually-stimulating ESL lessons.
Over on Voxxy, you'll find a great range of audio and video resources with supplemental exercises designed to improve comprehension and spelling, all based on the biggest football game of the year.
More video-based classroom resources, including some based on the famous Half-Time Show and those multi-million dollar Super Bowl commercials, can be found on Edutopia.
Of course, there's no reason to stop at Super Bowl itself. You could always use the event as a way to introduce sport and concepts such as teamwork and competition. Fluentuhas a great list of resources to get you started on that one.

2: Abraham Lincoln's Birthday - February 12th

Did you know that if the 16th president of the United States were still alive today, we'd be celebrating his 210th birthday this coming February?
If that isn't the perfect opportunity to go back in time and plan some fun lessons around US presidential history, we don't know what is.
For adult ESOL learners, Stickyball has a compelling lesson plan based on the life and work of Honest Abe, including a reading comprehension exercise and plenty of discussion topics that can help students practice their spoken English.
Meanwhile, younger students will enjoy the range of fun Abraham Lincoln activities found on Mr. Donn's Site for Kids and Teachers, including an entertaining and informative game called Will The Real Abraham Lincoln Please Stand Up?
Looking to use Lincoln's birthday as an opportunity to learn about other presidents? As you'll probably figure out from its name, English Lessons on American Presidents has a host of lessons on the 44 presidents from Washington to Obama, with lessons on the current US president expected soon.

3: Mardi Gras - March 5th

A popular carnival celebration held every Shrove Tuesday, Mardi Gras is a vibrant, colorful and exciting event, so it's no surprise that there's a host of lesson plans and activities out there to help you make your ESOL lessons equally as exciting.
Once again, ISL Collective offer lots of playful-yet-educational activities, including a Pictionary-style game for novice learners and word searches that are ideal for improving vocabulary.
For intermediate and advanced learners, take a look at Teacher Planet, who offer a range of Mardi Gras resources that are sure to liven any ESOL lesson. We particularly like the Bake a King Cake exercise, where students follow along with a recipe to bake the delicious cake that is such a traditional part of the celebration. Not only is it a lot of fun, but it can also be very helpful in improving reading skills.

4: Shakespeare Day - April 23rd

If we're teaching students all about the English language, how could we possibly ignore the man who practically invented much of the way we use that language today?
From amazement and bedazzled to phrases like "all of a sudden" and "wild goose chase," William Shakespeare gave us many popular words and phrases that are still in common usage. That presents a great opportunity to play a game with students, looking at many of the terms invented by The Bard and getting them to work out their meaning.
You could even write the words or phrases on one set of cards and the meanings on another, challenging students to pair them up in a matching game.
Need a few more resources to help you out?
ISL Collective offers a whole host of worksheets suitable for learners of all ages, whilst TeachingEnglish has a full 60-minute lesson plan available with a quiz, speaking activities, and games.
Don't forget too that Shakespeare's work has been adapted into countless popular movies. Watching them offers students an extra resource for hearing the English language spoken and can also be a great topic for discussion.
If you're stuck for inspiration on this one, IMDB has a full list of movies based on Shakespeare's work.

5: Star Wars Day - May 4th

Speaking of movies, May 4th is often unofficially called Star Wars Day (as in, "May the Fourth be with you"), with fans of the blockbuster franchise planning events all over the world.
Though it isn't for everyone, this can be a fun way to engage students in their learning and you may be surprised to find that there are actually quite a few Star Wars ESL resources out there.
We're big fans of the Star Wars worksheets hosted by ISL Collective, particularly those that help with practicing use of the present simple tense and using adjectives to describe people.
You might also want to check out Lessons on Movies which provides exercises, discussion prompts and homework ideas based on the movie Star Wars: A New Hope

6: Cinco De Mayo - May 5th

Though Mexico observes Cinco De Mayo to commemorate their army's victory over the French empire in 1862, in the United States, the event is very popular as a celebration of Mexican-American culture. That makes it the perfect excuse to engage students in activities and discussions about different cultures, as well as about all the fun aspects of the celebration itself, such as the unique food and dancing.
Thankfully, there's plenty of resources out there to help with this.
TeacherPlanet has everything from puzzles and activities to factsheets about Mexican traditions that may be suitable for teenagers and novice adult learners, while younger students can enjoy a host of fun games put together by Mr. Donn's Site for Kids and teachers.
For hands-on activities, be sure to check out Teach-Nology where students can get messy making their own mini pinatas and fiesta fiestas, perfect for not only picking up new vocabulary by also improving reading skills as they follow along with the instructions.
Elsewhere, ESL holiday lessons and ESL libraries both have excellent resources for lessons based on the history and tradition of the day itself.

7: Father's Day - June 16th

Every year, we set one day aside to honor the men and father-figures in our lives with a special day just for them.
This can be a great opportunity to engage students with lessons about the family with a particular emphasis on male family members and vocabulary related to them.
To do that, Busy Teacher has put together a list of ideas and resources that range from writing greetings cards to creating their own family tree, both ideal for practicing writing skills and brushing up on that vocabulary.
For students at all levels, ESL Holiday Lessons' complete English lesson on Father's Day offers multiple options for activities based on an audio and written piece about the celebration. Depending on the age and ability of your students, you may choose to do a simple fill-in-the-gaps activity, a multiple choice exercise or phrase-matching game.
Planning to use Father's Day as a launching pad for other family-related lessons? Fluento has five excellent activity ideas on the subject, while TeachingEnglish offers a full 60-minute lesson plan aimed at younger children and new learners.

8: International Left-Handers Day - August 13th

Yes, Lefties of the world unite! There's a whole day devoted especially to you, and your favorite sources of ESOL lesson plans and activities haven't let you down.
The day can be used as a jumping-off point to talk about the differences between left and right and to introduce direction-based vocabulary, or you can use the following resources to use it as subject material to help students improve their written and spoken English.
TEFL.net's On The Other Hand lesson plan has a host of predominantly oral-based activities on the theme of being left-handed, while ESL Holiday Lessons.com offers lots of text-based activities to improve spelling, grammar, and vocabulary.

9: Black Friday - November 29th

Love it or loathe it, Black Friday has become well established as a part of modern culture. In terms of ESL lessons, that may not be a bad thing, giving us lots of opportunities to introduce subjects around shopping, money and learning numbers.
This listening and reading comprehension exercise from Heads Up English is ideal for low to intermediate level learners, while more advanced students might be more engaged with the range of 40 different exercises from Breaking News English lessons.

10: New Year's - December 31st / January 1st

Whether it’s talking to students about New Year’s resolutions or exploring how different cultures celebrate the occasion, there’s no shortage of options when it comes to building lessons around New Year.
Busy Teacher has a whole host of ideas for planning a New Year's themed lessons, including New Year's resolution worksheets and calendar templates, all of which are ideal for helping students practice writing skills and learning about numbers and dates.
Elsewhere, ISL Collective also have a huge host of downloadable activities to use in class.
For New Year's celebrations in other cultures, look no further than TeachingEnglish from the BBC and British Council. They have a full 60-minute lesson plan based on the theme of Chinese New Year which can help with introducing animal vocabulary, practice speaking and storytelling skills and practicing date-related vocabulary.

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2019.01.11 18:52 BrassAge Foreign Service Super FAQ

This is a repost of an FAQ first posted over one year ago by watts52. As the original has been archived and can no longer be edited or commented on, I took the liberty of posting it once more. Full credit goes to watts52, the original poster.
This FAQ covers many common topics discussed on /foreignservice. All answers have been pulled from public sources and without any information covered by NDA. Error reports, additions, and clarifications welcome. (Last update 28 Aug 2018)

Foreign Service Super FAQ

  1. How do I become a diplomat? How do I work in the foreign service? The best place to learn about this is in the Careers Section of the State Department website. Start here.
  2. What are the differences among FSO, FSS, LNA, CF, CS, and EFM?
  1. Is the Foreign Service the same thing as the State Department? No, the State Department consists of the foreign service (employees who are typically overseas) and the civil service (all other employees who are typically serving in DC). In addition, the term "foreign service" may also include:
  1. Where can I find answers to nearly any question I might have about getting in to the foreign service?
  1. Why should I consider the foreign service? Why not?
FSO Career Tracks / Cones
  1. Which cone is the best fit for me? Take the Career Track Quiz to find out. It's really important for you to pick a track that you have a passion for.
  2. What are the differences among the cones? How do I choose a cone?
  1. Which cone gives me the best chance of getting in? Which cones are hiring the most people right now? It depends on your background and your own desires and motivations, and it depends on the needs of the service. As of this writing, for example, consular and management coned candidates might have a higher statistical likelihood of making it in, but since you have to go through a selection process that will take a minimum of a year, things may be different by the time you are eligible to receive a job offer. Do not make the mistake of choosing a cone based on what you think your "chances" are. Too many people make this mistake. If you choose a cone this way, you will probably find yourself in a job you dislike, and you'll have wasted a lot of time and energy "getting in" and you'll be looking for a way to be "getting out." Further discussion here...
  2. Can I change cones? Would it be a good idea to come in as a Consular Officer and later switch to a Political Officer? In theory it's possible to change cones. In practice, it's not going to happen, and you shouldn't plan on it. In particular, it would be unlikely for a consular officer to be approved for a cone switch to political. It might be more likely for a political officer to switch to consular, but really, if you want to be a consular officer, choose that from the beginning. A few more details...
  3. Can I choose one cone and then simply do out-of-cone work? Maybe, but that's a silly game to play and it's likely counterproductive to your other career and non-career goals. If you are really interested in one cone, choose that one when you apply. Too many applicants attempt to game the system by choosing an "easy" cone with some scheme to actually end up switching to or working in a different cone, but experienced FSOs on this sub have stated repeatedly that such schemes never really work out. That said, there is a lot of variety in foreign service work. Pick a cone that is of interest to you, and you will have plenty of opportunities to serve in different roles.
  4. I have a terrific idea for how to game the cone system that is not listed here. No, you don't. Somebody has already tried it and ended up being sad. Please don't try to game the system - it won't work the way you're hoping it will. Instead, just choose a cone based on your interests, talents, abilities, and passions, and work from there. You'll be happier and more successful in the long run.
Posts, Assignments, and Worldwide Availability
  1. How do post assignments work?
  1. I have an interest in working in country X or at least in a certain region of the world. How can I do that in the foreign service? During your first two tours, you're "directed" meaning you have a restricted list of places you might end up. Beyond that, you'll be responsible for finding your own assignments. It would not be uncommon for someone to develop regional expertise over time, but regional expertise doesn't mean you'd be bouncing between Paris and Geneva for the rest of your career. Further discussion
  2. I have a terrific idea for how to game the assignment system that is not listed here. No, you don't. Somebody has already tried it and ended up being sad. Please don't try to game the system - it won't work the way you're hoping it will. Instead, just be prepared to be "worldwide available" and understand that might mean Paris or Bangui, Caracas or Tashkent, Wellington or Bamako. If you are not comfortable with that type of availability, this is not the career for you.
  3. What are the popular or unpopular posts? It depends on the person, on the people you work with at a given post, and on environmental factors, among other things. A lot of people come in imagining they'd love working in a western European capital city only to find the cost of living, culture of the post, personality of their direct supervisor, commute to the office, or some other factor makes life less fun than it would've been if they'd simply visited that same city on vacation. Posts in other parts of the world such as sub-Saharan Africa or central Asia may have tighter-knit expat communities or post culture or better housing options or other benefits that make them more desirable for some people. One person's best post might be another person's worst. Many people on this sub have indicated that they've hated posts they expected to love and loved posts they expected to hate. One frequently mentioned bit of advice on this sub is not to think of Foreign Service posts as you would think of vacation destinations. Here is a good discussion of this topic. And here is a longer discussion of various posts that current or aspiring FSOs either like or don't like for various reasons.
  4. Where can I learn about what life is like at different posts? Try reading these real post reports.
Hiring process
  1. Why does the hiring process seem so opaque/confusing/mysterious/complicated? It's not really opaque, as State tells you exactly what they're looking for in candidates and provides study materials and resources for preparing for each stage. That said, a lot of candidates seem to feel frustrated or confused by the process for a variety of reasons. These may include:
  1. How can I improve my chances of passing?
  1. Approximately what percentage of people pass each of the stages? No one outside State really knows exactly, but based on various reports (example) and conjecture here are some approximate guesses. Feel free to disagree.
  1. How long will it take me to get through the process? Assuming everything goes perfectly, at least a year but possibly much longer. For example: if you take the FSOT today, it will be a couple of months before you get your results. You'll have three weeks to submit your essays to the QEP and then another couple months of waiting. You'll then have to schedule your oral assessment (another 2-4 month wait) and if you pass that, you'll enter the medical and security clearance stage which will take at least 6 months in most cases, but possibly much longer. (Yes, there are anectodal exceptions to all of the above.) You'll then go through final suitability review, which will take anywhere from a week to several months and only at that point will you be on the register. You will then have to wait for hiring to be authorized and to receive an offer. You'll be on the register for 18 months, and if you don't get an offer during that window of time, your candidacy will end. If an offer doesn't come through (or if you fail any of the steps of the process), you'll have to start over by taking the FSOT again the next time you're eligible. So if you take the FSOT today, the best case scenario would be for you to be joining the foreign service a little over a year from now, but a more likely scenario is that you'll be working through this process and doing a lot of waiting for a couple of years or more. Use the time productively - there's no benefit to sitting around and stressing over the what-ifs of State Department hiring.
  2. How can I use my time productively?
  1. What if I fail one of the stages? Then you are human and you've had an experience not unlike ~98% of applicants each year. If you're interested in the foreign service, try again. Some people have taken the test more than ten times and many of today's FSO's were hired on subsequent tries because they persisted and improved themselves each time.
  2. Is there a hiring freeze? Should I wait to apply until after things return to normal? Whether there is a hiring freeze in effect or not doesn't matter. As one person said, "It'll take a long time from test to diplomat, so I don't think the temporal minutia will really matter by the time we're on the register." If you're interested in the Foreign Service, go take the test and get the process started. It's free. Worst case, you fail and you'll take the test another time (which is what you would've done if you had tried to wait out the hiring freeze). But it might be that you succeed and find yourself well-positioned on the register in time for the next big round of hiring.
  3. Is there going to be an A-100 soon? Will [cone] spots be available? How should I interpret the remarks of [important person]? Are they really only going to hire [number] of people this year? I can't deal with the stress! Why are they making me put my life on hold? Why won't they extend my time on the register? How many people will retire/resign/take an early buyout this year? How many Rangel/Pickering fellows are there and what percentage of the jobs will they take? What is the status of [funding legislation in congress]? Does [random thing I read in the news] mean we should expect to see a new A-100 now? Why does FSI have training classes on their schedule if no invites have gone out yet? etc. As an exasperated someone humorously posted on another forum, "Seriously chill. Even if you were provided this information, which isn’t likely, it has no effect on whether there are spots left for you. Enough with trying to predict what happens this year. Wait it out like any job interview. Jeeze. It’s amazing some of you have medical clearances with the neurosis displayed on these forums."
FSOT - The Foreign Service officer Test
  1. What is the difference between the FSWE and the FSOT? The FSOT is the Foreign Service Officer Test. Its predecessor was the FSWE, the Foreign Service Written Exam, and is no longer administered. You can sign up to take the FSOT here.
  2. What are my chances of passing? There is no way to know without trying. If you're interested, take the test and see how you do. People on this sub won't be able to tell you how you're likely to do, and if you try and fail and then try again, you may find that you perform better and pass the second (or third or fourth) time around. Remember: taking the test is free. (You only have to pay if you sign up and then fail to take the test.) So you have nothing to lose - get out there and give it a go.
  3. How can I prepare?
  1. Where can I find more information about the FSOT? Try the FSOT Frequently Asked Questions on the Pearson site. (Pearson is currently the company that administers the FSOT and some of the subsequent steps of the hiring process.)
QEP - The Qualifications Evaluation Panel
  1. What is the difference between the QEP and the PN's or the PNQ's? People use these acronyms to talk about the same part of the process, even though they mean different things. The QEP is the Qualifications Evaluation Panel, and its job is to evaluate, based on a set of short essays, the likelihood that someone who passed the FSOT will also pass the FSOA. FSOT passers write one essay (a "personal narrative" or "PN") for each of six prompts (each a "personal narrative question" or "PNQ").
  2. When will I know if I made it to the QEP? You will get an email from Pearson a few weeks after the close of the FSOT testing window. Your results will also appear in your online account with Pearson. When you are notified that you made it to the QEP, you will have approximately three weeks to write your essays and submit them through the Pearson interface.
FSOA - The Foreign Service Oral Assessment
  1. Where is the FSOA held? In Washington DC and sometimes in San Francisco. You must travel at your own expense.
  2. When will I know if I made it to the FSOA? You will get an email from Pearson a few weeks after you submit your personal narratives to the QEP. Your results will also appear in your online account with Pearson. When you are notified that you made it to the FSOA, you will have the opportunity to schedule your FSOA date through the Pearson interface.
  3. How can I prepare?
Clearances
  1. What is the process for getting my security clearance?
    1. After you pass the FSOA, you will receive a packet of information describing how this process works. Basically, within 30 days you will fill out a lengthy questionnaire electronically on the e-QIP system. (Read e-QIP FAQs here.)
    2. The e-QIP is the electronic version of the "SF-86," a standard PDF/printable form with essentially the same questions. Although not necessary, some have recommended using a printed SF-86 form to collect all of your responses to the e-QIP and then transcribe them into the electronic system when you are ready. (The e-QIP system does allow you to save and return to work again later.) Start early: many have reported that tracking down all their foreign contacts or previous addresses has taken a long time.
    3. You will wait for a period of time (say between a few days and a few months) and then you will be contacted by an investigator from Diplomatic Security. You will set up an interview with him or her. The investigator will let you know if additional information is required; you can speed up the process by disclosing everything up front. Don't try to hide the negatives; be up front and transparent.
  2. Will X affect my ability to get a clearance? It depends. Here are the guidelines.
  3. What percentage of applicants are denied a security clearance? Only about 0.1% of initial cases, per the 2015 ODNI report. However the report notes State may discontinue security processing due to automatic disqualifiers found during a suitability review before the case reaches the security clearance adjudication phase. These cases are cancelled by Human Resources before security clearance determinations are rendered and are not, therefore, categorized as security clearance denials. {HT: Christabel34}
Register
  1. Where can I find the shadow registers? How can I be added? What is my position on the register? Contact the volunteer maintaining the shadow register for your career track or specialty
Languages
  1. Do I have to know a foreign language to be in the foreign service? No, but if you do know a language well, you will receive bonus points and may be hired before a similarly-qualified candidate without language ability. Also, every new FSO must learn a language within the first few years of service. You are on so-called "language probation" until you have passed the appropriate language exam. FSI will provide the language training for any language-designated position in which you are to serve.
  2. How do language bonus points work? When you pass the FSOA, you will have a score, usually between about 5.3 and 6, though scores can be as high as 7. You will be ranked by score against other people in your cone, and the higher scores will be hired first. So if you have the highest score for your cone. The only way to improve your score (unless you are a veteran) is to pass a language test. Most languages will get you an additional .17 points if you can demonstrate a "general professional proficiency" on the Interagency Language Roundtable Scale. For examples of the level of proficiency you would need, watch these videos. Harder languages that are in higher demand by the State Department can get you either .25 or .38 points. A list of languages for which State offers bonus points is here. And this thread has some excellent advice on languages.
  3. If I speak language X, will I get sent to a post where that language is needed? Not necessarily, unless you received language bonus points for a super critical needs language. In that latter case, you can expect to serve in a position designated for that language at least twice in your career. The super critical needs languages are listed in the bottom table on this page. But if you come in with a fluency in, say, Spanish (which is not a super critical needs language), there is no guarantee that you'll be sent to a Spanish-speaking post.
Life & Work in the Foreign Service
  1. What is it like to find out what your next post will be? Read many flag day stories here.
  2. How does pay work? How is my salary calculated? What allowances do I get? Read this excellent Foreign Service Officer Salary Guide. You can also look up information about various posts, but be advised that the data on this site is not necessarily official and may be out of date.
  3. Will I be required to serve in an unaccompanied post? You are "worldwide available," so in theory it can happen. In practice, there are a lot of people who volunteer to serve in unaccompanied posts for various reasons, and it would be unlikely that you would be forced to serve in one if you didn't want to.
  4. What is it like to be LGBT in the foreign service? Read this thread and read real post reports, which have a specific section for LGBT info, by post.
Will it help/hurt my chances if...
  1. ...I have a graduate degree from a really good school with a high GPA or I have no degree at all? No, it really doesn't matter.
  2. ...I did drugs or committed a crime or did something stupid a long time ago? It could hurt you, but it really depends on how you dealt with the problem and what you've been doing since then. Go ahead and apply.
  3. ...I did drugs or committed a crime or did something stupid recently? It could hurt you, and if you're continuing to show poor judgment in life, it's going to be next to impossible for you to join the foreign service. However, no one on this sub will be able to tell you definitively what your outcome is likely to be. Fix whatever it is and try again. You won't know if or how this will affect your candidacy unless you try.
  4. ...I have dual citizenship? Your clearances will take longer, but it's not a deal breaker. Read details here.
  5. ...I have a foreign-born spouse or I have many contacts overseas or I have lived overseas for a long time?Same answer: your clearances will take longer, but it's not a deal breaker. Read details here and here.
Miscellaneous
  1. What happens after I receive my A-100 offer? The A-100 is the initial training class you take when you officially start work in the foreign service. Congratulations! It is a time of a lot of changes. Here is a description of what happens.
  2. How can I become an Ambassador? You probably won't become an ambassador, and it's not worth the brain cycles to try to plan for it. But even if you have the right set of skills, knowledge, and luck through a career spanning many decades and you end up as an ambassador, you will still have spent far more time as a rank-and-file career employee than as an ambassador. So make sure you are interested, first and foremost, in the job and lifestyle of a foreign service officer, which is where you will spend the entirety of your career.
  3. I am outraged over what the President / Secretary / someone else in power just said / did! Nothing wrong with feeling outrage, but what you do with that feeling may matter. And while you may dissent through the appropriate (private) channel, no matter who is in power and no matter who you voted for, your duty as a foreign service officer is to publicly advance the interests of the U.S. As a simplistic example, take a look at who came in first or second in the presidential elections going back ~20 years. Any of them could've been your boss (with small differences in electoral returns for the runners-up, of course): B. Clinton, Dole, Bush, Gore, Kerry, McCain, Obama, Romney, H. Clinton, Trump. Those individuals hold a pretty diverse set of policy views, and the next twenty years of presidential elections will probably result in a similarly diverse list. So if you want to be in the foreign service, think of your job as representing the U.S. regardless of who is in power. If you can see yourself representing the U.S. when person A is in power but not when person B is in power, this may not be the best career for you in the long run.
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2018.12.03 19:12 NickSinardReviews The 5 Best PAID eBook Creator Software

Finding The Best PAID eBook Creator

In my last article I covered the best free ebook creator software, and in this one I'm covering the best ebook creator apps that will cost you some money. Searching around for the right ebook software before you buy is super important, as many people are selling trash.
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Hello, my name is Nick Sinard! I generally review products, but today I am showing you some of the best software for ebook authors. If you have some feedback or found some better software, then don't hesitate to comment on this!

#1 Sqribble

Sqribble is brand new ebook creator app that exploded when it launched. Over 11,500+ copies were sold in the past month!

Features

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I have written a whole review of Sqribble, if you want to
see a more in-depth description.
Here are just a few of its great features:

What Are Customers Saying about Sqribble?

Actions speak louder than words, and the 11,500+ sales in one month with a ~8% refund rate tells you that buyers love it. I personally rated it 4.75/5 Stars, and if you go by buy/refund rate, then the customers give it 4.6/5 Stars.
From their own testimonials:
Sqribble makes it more easy and accessible for anyone to create ebooks in a matter of minutes. It's the BEST I've seen! The training and support is fantastic.

Is There An Issue?

There is a single issue that I can see with Sqribble that the support team is saying they are working on right now. That problem is that Sqribble cannot export to PDF. A minor issue considering it can easily convert to other popular formats, and considering they are fixing it.

Does It Deserve to be on Here?

As I said in my review of Sqribble,
Sqribble is one of the best ebook programs. No questions asked. It has so many features and removes a ton of hassle from the author.
So, yes, it most definitely deserves to on this list, and deserves to be #1. It brings so much to the table, including the ability to make ebooks in just a few minutes.

What's The Price, and Where Can I Get It?

You can grab Sqribble at a discount price when you click through my link in my full review of Sqribble. If you look at my review, then there is no way you are going to miss the coupon code for it.
The discounted price ($47) is very comparable to the other ebook creator apps in this list.

#2 Scrivener 3

Scrivener is a popular ebook creator software that has some impressive features. Scrivener 3 is a big upgrade from the last version!
Scrivener 3 is only available for Mac OS as of me writing this, but they say they are working on a Windows version. You can also get Scrivener for IOS.

Features

What Are Customers Saying About Scrivener 3?

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Another user in a thread from Scrivener's home site said:
Do I love Scrivener? Yes, it's essential for my everyday work...
I can't really find too much negative feedback on Scrivener. The best I can find is comparisons between Scrivener and Word, but even then many won't talk badly of Scrivener.

📷One Big Problem (For Some)

Scrivener 3 is not on Windows OSs yet! They only have it up for Mac. The developers say they are working on it, so be patient and hope they aren't too far away from releasing it.

Does It Deserve to be on Here?

Absolutely. I have seen almost nothing but positive reviews on Scrivener 3. If we go by user reviews, then it definitely deserves to be on the top 5 list of ebook creator software.
I'm writing a book myself, and reading up on this has gotten me to consider it.

What's The Price, and Where Can I Get It?

New users will need to pay $45 for Scrivener 3 for Mac, and old users will only need to pay $25 for Scrivener 3. So, if you already have it, then consider upgrading for a discounted price! If you want more details on the discount, then visit their own page detailing how to get the discount.

#3 Ulysses📷

Ulysses is the Apple Design Award Winner 2016, so you can tell that they know a little something about how to make a great app.
This is another app that definitely deserves a place among the best ebook creator software!

Features

What Are Customers Saying About Ulysses, Another eBook Creator App?

On the App Store it has the composite review score of 4.1/5 Stars! Here are just the headlines from the 3 latest reviews:
A must-have app for professional writersThe best! If you are serious about writing, this is the App!The best application for writers
I'm not kidding either!
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Okay, What're The Issues?

There are two main issues with Ulysses, and both can be big problems for many people.
The first is that it can only be used on Apple products, so this rules out any non-Apple product users.
The second is that it is text only. That is, you need to know some markup to operate Ulysses. They try to spin this as a feature and benefit since you don't have to lift your fingers to move to some button.

Does It Deserve to be on Here?

The award it received alone justifies it being here, and besides that it has many great features. It is a no-frills ebook creator that definitely will appeal to some writers. Writer's block is dangerous, but distractions are the more common and sometimes more derailing enemies.

What's The Price, and Where Can I Get It?

You can subscribe on a monthly ($4.99) or yearly ($39.99) basis. If you are a student, then you can also get a discount.
You can download the app and immediately get a 14 day free trial!

P.S.

The Ulysses team has a great tutorial section on their website, so make sure you check it out if you get it!

#4 Microsoft Word, The All-Purpose Word Processor

Everybody knows of MS Word as it is probably the most popular word processor. Let's talk about Word as an ebook creator app.

Features

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You get what you see with Microsoft Word. While it has many features that can be somewhat hidden, it is pretty straightforward. I feel like I don't need to cover this too much as millions have used Word in their lifetimes.
Of course, Word is fantastic for the fact alone that so many programs require DOCX files.
You can also go to Microsoft Office's site and find free templates for things such as invoices, newsletters, brochures, etc.

What Are Customers Saying About Microsoft Word?

Millions use Microsoft Word daily, so customer satisfaction must be relatively high.
Out of 272 reviews, MS Word has a review score of 4.7/5 Stars.
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My Biggest Issue

Microsoft Word is the most popular word processor and is versatile; however, the versatility might be its downfall for ebook creation. In order to create an ebook one would still need to use a software like Calibre.
It's doable to use Word like an ebook creator, but there are other, better software for the task.

Does It Deserve to be on Here?

Yes, purely for the fact that it is the most popular word processor in the world. You can write your ebook on Word and make an ebook with some supplementary software such as Calibre. So, as an ebook creator it is incomplete, but it does a fine job of letting you write your manuscript.

What's The Price, and Where Can I Get It?

You can try it for free for 1 month. There are a few payment plans.
You can buy the Office 365 Home suite that includes Word for $79.99/yr or $9.99/mo for 1 year. You can buy Office 365 Personal for $69.99/yr or $6.99/mo. If you are a student, then you can buy it for a one time purchase price of $119.99.

#5 Ultimate eBook Creator

Ultimate eBook Creator has more reviews on Amazon than any other ebook creator software, and is, in fact, Amazon's Choice when it comes to ebook software.
That said, its overall rating is 3.5/5 stars on Amazon, so let's get into it.

Two Immediate Problems

Here's the biggest problem: It only can be used on Windows 7, 8, and 10, so Mac users would need to download one of those 3 OSs to use this software.
The second biggest problem is that it was created back in May 2014; however, some reviewers in 2018 are still saying it is a great product.

Features

Here are the features of Ultimate eBook Creator:

What Are Customers Saying About Ultimate eBook Creator?

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There are some more critical reviewers, and one in particular calls out some very specific issues with this software. Let's look at it in bits.
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So, while it does convert Word docs into other formats, it might be quirky in that it only accepts Word docs formatted by certain versions of Word.
Since they leave out what versions worked for them, we can only do trial & error to find out which is fine. Considering this is the only review I have seen that mentions this quirk, we cannot rule out it is just their computer.
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While the automatic table of contents is advertised as a feature, it might actually become an nuisance for some authors as there is no option to get rid of it.
If the reviewer is correct, then it also is biased towards a less popular ebook format, which could be a problem for some.
From what I can tell there are some other quirks in the software that aren't mentioned in that review, e.g. text and images sometimes fight against you.

Does It Deserve to be on Here?

The reason why I included it is because the high amount of people that liked the product. You can see more positive and negative testimonials on their site.

What's The Price, and Where Can I Get It?

If you want to buy it, then you can pay $14.99 on Amazon for the CD or go to their site and buy it directly from the creator.

My Final Thoughts

There are plenty of premium ebook creator software, and sorting through it all can be difficult. Through my own judgement and customer reviews I've made this top 5 list, with Sqribble at #1 and Scrivener 3 being a close second.
Ultimate eBook Creator came in last because of the two major problems I mentioned, which gave MS Word, not a specialized ebook creator program, the #4 spot.
I hope this has helped you decide on which to buy, and remember I do have a list of the top free ebook creator software.
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Author : Patrick Ness
ISBN : B07869SW56
Number of pages : 160 pages
Editor : HarperTeen
Date of Publication : September 4th 2018

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From the inimitable author of A Monster Calls comes a lyrical, harrog tale that flips a classic story of violent obsession on its head with heart-stopping questions about power, loyalty, and the monsters we make.
With harpoons strapped to their backs, the proud whales of Bathsheba’s pod live for the hunt, fighting in the ongoing war against the world of men. When they attack a ship bobbing on the surface of the Abyss, they find the trail of a myth, a monster, perhaps the devil himself.
With their relentless Captain leading the chase, they embark on a final, vengeful hunt, one that will forever change the worlds of both whales and men.

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