Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||edited by Lee Gutkind.|
|LC Classifications||R134 .B43 2010|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2009040428|
This book is a collection of 19 short doctor written memoirs which focus on an aspect of their story of becoming a doctor which is important to them. Each memoir has its own unique voice and the stories are varied. It is an engaging example of memoir writing/5. This is an amazing account of a man who overcame great adversity. I don't think I have read a more interesting autobiography. This doctor has an amazing story to tell and he tells it well. You do not need to have any interest in becoming a doctor, immigration or brain surgery to /5. On the night table was a book left by the last guest, The Soul of Medicine: Tales from the Bedside by Sherwin Nuland, MD, and what I found in his collection of stories was solace, companionship, and hope. It is a compilation of stories, each chapter written by a doctor in a different specialty discussing his or her most memorable patient. Lee Gutkind is the founder and editor of the literary journal Creative Nonfiction and a pioneer in the field of narrative nonfiction. Gutkind is also the editor of In Fact and Becoming a Doctor, the author of Almost Human, and has written books about baseball, health care, travel, and technology.5/5(4).
With her signature wit and passion, Goodavage explores how doctor dogs are becoming our happy allies in the fight against dozens of physical and mental conditions. We meet dogs who detect cancer and Parkinson’s disease, and dogs who alert people to seizures and diabetic lows or highs and other life-threatening physical : Penguin Publishing Group. A Journey of Initiation in Medical School Becoming a Doctor is available for purchase at “A richly rewarding book about medical education, far better and more worthwhile than others of its kind although I started out with a strongly negative bias, I am giving this book a rave review. Theodore Seuss Geisel poses with some of his creations. (John Bryson/Contributor/Getty Images) Becoming Dr. Seuss: Theodor Geisel and the Making of an American Imagination, by Brian Jay Jones Author: Peter Tonguette. The Essential Guide to Becoming a Doctor, Third Edition. Author(s): All you need to know about becoming a doctor in the UK. This book contains all the help you need to become a doctor. From applying to medical school through to choosing your specialty, you can find out.
'Becoming a Doctor' is Konner's account of the third year of medical school, when students first apply the results of their endless book-learning and test-taking to actual patients in life-and-death situations. While taking the reader on his 'rounds,' Konner portrays that hectic, life-changing year. He points out the problems of a system that often teaches medical students to distance 4/5(1). Advance Praise for Becoming a Doctor "Becoming a Doctor enters the inner life of medicine — its hazardous science, its burning hopes. Through honest and beautiful writing, these physicians reveal themselves as caregivers and as people — sometimes courageous, often imperfect, and always deeply, deeply human." ~Vincent Lam, MD, author of the Giller Prize-winning Bloodletting and Miraculous Cures. Going to the Doctor. This delightful book shows very young children what happens on a visit to the doctor. Jenny and Jack are treated for a sore throat and a bruised arm, and Joey has an inoculation. The charming illustrations are full of amusing details for adults and children to talk about, and slightly older children can read the simple text. How to Become a Doctor. A career as a doctor is a prestigious, challenging, and altruistic path! To become a doctor, you need to study hard, stay focused, and progress effectively through about 11 to 15 years of higher education and 85%().