Case Review Series

Share Your Best* Cases with Colleagues from Around the World

*Best = Bread-and-butter-teaching, challenging, interesting, stupefying, and more!

Learning is the process by which experience is
transformed into recognition


Please join us online for a case review series presented by your chest wall injury health care colleagues, moderated by Joseph D. Forrester, MD, MSc, FAWM - dedicated CWIS Education Committee member and Assistant Professor of Surgery, Department of Surgery, Stanford University & Associate Trauma Medical Director, Stanford Healthcare.

The CWIS Case Review Series provides health care professionals an opportunity to present de-identified, HIPAA-compliant patient cases that provide unique and/or illustrative educational opportunities for learning.  These practice-based cases of patients with chest wall injuries will be drawn from health care professionals at all levels of experience and from across various disciplines.

CWIS hosts Case Review Series on a monthly basis - and each activity includes a discussion of 2-3 cases, approximately 10 minutes each (5 minutes of the planned case presentation and 5 minutes of audience Q&A).  The series is usually held on the fourth Wednesday of the month and the times will rotate to facilitate attendees in various time zones, including the following dates:


Moderated by Joseph D. Forrester, MD, MSc, FAWM, FACS
Moderated by Joseph D. Forrester, MD, MSc, FAWM, FACS
Archive of previously recorded case review activities


  1. Kolb DA: Den erfaringsbaserede læringsproces [the experience based learning process]. Tekster om læring. Edited by: Illeris K. 2000, Roskilde, Roskilde Universitetsforlag, 47-66.