Working as a clinical psychologist in a hospital (I’m now retired) I had always used pen and paper to take interview notes, even as come colleagues were beginning to use laptops to do the same. I type faster than I write (especially if I try to write legibly), but the cognitive process is different. It is easier to engage with an interviewee while holding a pen than it is when ‘tending’ a computer. The same could be said about taking notes in lectures. I feel that the process of writing by hand provides an improved level of learning and analysis. The information is ‘digested’ rather than merely recorded.
Will I need to stay overnight in the hospital for Top Surgery?
Most Top Surgeries are done on an outpatient basis, either in a hospital or a private "ambulatory" clinic (facilities that offer same-day surgical care.) In other words, you'll be able to go back to where you are staying the same day as your surgery. Overnight stays would only be required if there are other health concerns that need to be monitored during the immediate recovery period, such as respiratory conditions, bad reactions to anaesthesia, and history of blood clots.