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Harrowing Experiences in the Practice of Medicine
by Morris Publishing
Written in English
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Before I Say Goodbye. Paul Keeley produced a harrowing account of the development of a life threatening form of Churg-Strauss syndrome last year in the book Patient. are to have caring, compassion, and advocacy as the core values of our practice of medicine we must listen to the voices of our patients’ experiences of serious illness Author: Paul Keeley. After medical school, exams, and rotations, I was frustrated by how specialized medicine was and shifted to general practice because I thought it was undervalued and was a way to help more people. I’ve seen tens of thousands of patients in my 16 years of practice, and what I’ve learned is that everyone has the ability to feel better than.
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The countenance gets pale, the whites of the eyes become pearly, the general frame flabby rather than wasted; the pulse, perhaps, large, but remarkably soft and compressible, and occasionally with a slight jerk. The Harrowing is a classically inspired ghost story full of the horror tropes a reader accustomed to the genre would expect.
I love a good college campus horror story, and Alexandra Sokoloff does a nice job of infusing the story with an interesting, if somewhat unoriginal, mystery which builds into /5.
In her latest book, Slow Medicine: the way to healing, Dr. Victoria Sweet returns with her familiar style of humble, compelling prose and well-crafted anecdotes, artfully stitched together to form a tapestry of 40 years of medicine/5(46).
Medicine has triumphed in modern times, transforming birth, injury, and infectious disease from harrowing to manageable. But in the inevitable condition of aging and death, the goals of medicine seem too frequently to run counter to the interest of the human spirit.
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Named one of the Best Books of the Year by Kirkus Reviews and BookPage “Illuminates human fragility in tales both lyrical and soul-wrenching.” —Danielle Ofri, New York Times Book Review In this “artful, unfailingly human, and understandable” (Boston Globe) account inspired by his own experiences becoming a doctor, Terrence Holt puts readers on the front lines of the harrowing Brand: Liveright Publishing Corporation.
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What draws each of them to the practice of medicine. How are they affected, emotionally and otherwise, by the work they do. Marion observes that in Ethiopia, patients assume that all illnesses are fatal and that death is expected, but in America, news of having a fatal illness "always seemed to come as a surprise, as if we took it for granted.
Awdish looks at the way we practice medicine with a combination of love and outrage. She writes beautifully about the secret, shameful feelings many doctors feel they have to hide and she shows us how we might do better. After reading this book, I feel like a different doctor." —Dr.
Gabriel Weston, author of Direct Red: A Surgeon's Story5/5(4). My patient’s story resurfaced as I read Danielle Ofri's accessible and well-crafted book, What Doctors Feel: How Emotions Affect the Practice of Medicine (Beacon Press, Boston. ). Dr. Dr. Ofri demonstrates how the experiences all doctors share, even if unaware, can unleash startling moments of insight in the clinic and at the bedside.- Buy nowStudy guide Danielle Ofri’s critically acclaimed book, What Doctors Feel, is a look at the emotional side of medicine—the shame, fear, anger, anxiety, empathy, and even love that impact patient care.
Contemporary media portrayals of doctors focus on the decision-making and medical techniques, reinforcing an imag.