The EpCoP Case: Week 6 and Week 7 in review

A Storify review of Week 6 & Week 7 of the EpCop Case written by Detective Ryan Peterovski.

Just finished taking to Korea’s #1 general surgeon about process of gathering evidence to support diagnosis. Will edit, translate, upload!
September 13, 2011
I’ve been reflecting on the evidence I’ve gathered for RPL & the #EpCop Case
September 16, 2011
I’m home from the country field trip, but something isn’t right at my hotel room! #EpCoP
September 22, 2011
Agents! It’s the end of me & the #EpCop Case. I didn’t close the case or catch RPL. It’s permanent retirement for me
September 25, 2011
So, that’s the end of the EpCop Case.

Detective Peterovski reflects on gathering evidence for RPL

On his way home from a field trip in the countryside of South Korea, Detective Peterovski takes some time to reflect on the evidence he has gathered on RPL for the EpCoP Case. The case is looking rather grim and it looks like the detective won’t be able to catch RPL and wrap up the investigation before his retirement on the 30th September 2011.

Detective Peterovski talks to Dr Lee about solving problems

Sometimes when you’re trying to solve a problem it can feel like there’s no possible resolution. It may seem obvious, but talking to someone who has experience in solving problems can often help you identify your own resolution. They may not even work in the same profession or industry as you. At first glance it may seem they won’t be able to help you solve your problem, but if you get the opportunity to talk to them you may find their approach to solving problems can be applied to your situation.

With this in mind, I took the opportunity to talk to one of South Korea’s finest General surgeons, Dr Lee Yong Tekk. I asked Dr Lee about how he solves problems, the process he follows when diagnosing patients and how he determines what action he should take. My brief conversation with Dr Lee takes place on the esplanade of Gwangan beach in Busan, South Korea. Please note some beachside ambience can be heard in this recording.