Audience members commented they appreciated seeing things from a totally different view.
Lessons learned from combat and the emergency department applied to the audience.
Dr. Bose is grateful for any opportunity to stand at the podium and educate the public on veteran and healthcare issues.
The Battle Continues was very well-received by business students at Georgetown University. It was great to see students in the audience in uniform; they are the newest generation of our military.
Dr. Bose is an energetic and fascinating lecturer. By customizing each presentation, he is able to capture and hold the attention of any audience.
Lecturing to a group of injured veterans was a great honor and an opportunity to show appreciation for their service.
The Battle Continues lecture is accompanied by photographs and video that bring the Iraq experience to life. Media is customized for each audience.
The Battle Continues is a powerful lecture that evokes emotion from audience members, including this veteran nurse who served in the Vietnam war.
It has been my honor to speak at some of the most prestigious universities around the world
Debut of nutrition lecture series: Keeping Your Inner Army Strong
After speaking to the Naperville Central High School Class of 2013, I had time to share memories with my own high school classmate’s mother
Posing with Laura Gore, Public Relations Director for the American College of Emergency Physicians, after discussing our nation’s health care issues on Capitol Hill
At the Mayo Clinic, I spoke to nurses, many of whom are also veterans of war. I talked about new innovations in medical care that may assist them with patients as well as how my past war experience can be applied to medicine.
Teaching the next generation of America’s emergency room physicians as they prepare for board exams
I love the challenge of holding the attention of an auditorium full of high school students