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A Life in Medicine: A Literary Anthology

A Life in Medicine: A Literary Anthology By Randy-Michael Testa Robert Coles Penny Armstrong Joseph O'Connell M. Brownell Anderson Kirsten Emmott Robert Jay Lifton Lawrence Grouse A Life in Medicine A Literary Anthology A Life in Medicine collects stories poems and essays by and for those in the healing profession who are struggling to keep up with the science while staying true to the humanitarian goals at the he

  • Title: A Life in Medicine: A Literary Anthology
  • Author: Randy-Michael Testa Robert Coles Penny Armstrong Joseph O'Connell M. Brownell Anderson Kirsten Emmott Robert Jay Lifton Lawrence Grouse
  • ISBN: 9781565848498
  • Page: 288
  • Format: Paperback
  • A Life in Medicine: A Literary Anthology By Randy-Michael Testa Robert Coles Penny Armstrong Joseph O'Connell M. Brownell Anderson Kirsten Emmott Robert Jay Lifton Lawrence Grouse A Life in Medicine collects stories, poems, and essays by and for those in the healing profession, who are struggling to keep up with the science while staying true to the humanitarian goals at the heart of their work Organized around the central themes of altruism, knowledge, skill, and duty, the book includes contributions from well known authors, doctors, nurses, practA Life in Medicine collects stories, poems, and essays by and for those in the healing profession, who are struggling to keep up with the science while staying true to the humanitarian goals at the heart of their work Organized around the central themes of altruism, knowledge, skill, and duty, the book includes contributions from well known authors, doctors, nurses, practitioners, and patients Provocative and moving pieces address what it means to care for a life in a century of unprecedented scientific advances, examining issues of hope and healing from both ends of the stethoscope.
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    1. Geoffrey Zamboni on said:

      Well done and outlines the pitfalls and the things that make this profession incredibly rewarding.

    2. Stacie Nishimoto on said:

      the work of medicine in considerable part rests on the doctor s ability to listen to the stories that patients tell to make sense of these often chaotic narratives of illness to inspect and evaluate the listener s personal response to the story told to understand what these narratives mean at multiple and sometimes contradictory levels, and to be moved by them An extremely diverse collection Autobiographical accounts of alcoholism, arguments for the integration of cultural interviews in poverty [...]

    3. Anisha on said:

      It took me a while to read all the way through this anthology, mostly due to its organization Its section headings are derived from qualities of the physician as identified by AAMC though this organization makes sense, it ends up creating strange literary combinations within the sections Long academic essays are sandwiched between heart wrenching and light hearted stories, and this jarring sequence required me to put the book down at the end of each piece to recalibrate my mind for the next That [...]

    4. Rachel Hajar on said:

      An excellent anthology for physicians It is a collection of experiences and encounters of doctors with individual patients Doctors will recognize that they have been similar situations but each patient is unique and it is the uniqueness of the patient as an individual that makes the stories in the anthology fascinating.I would recommend this book to everyone.

    5. Margaret Sankey on said:

      Anthology designed to expose medical students to issues of compassion, cultural context and the need to balance scientific detachment with decency through poetry, short stories and ethical case studies.

    6. Lelygr on said:

      This is a wonderful collection Edited by bone of my former colleagues who epitomized medical humanism.

    7. Lindsey Berkowitz on said:

      Incredible collection of writing, anyone in the medical profession should read this book This one will definitely be one that I continuously read for the rest of my life.

    8. Rob Dhillon on said:

      As a gift from my father and as he did, I still love Medicine.

    9. Brian on said:

      This was one of the texts of my Literature and Medicine course at my university While I haven t read every single story, the ones I have read were amazing This is a great anthology

    10. Shivesh on said:

      A very good anthology, collecting dozens of stories and anecdotes from doctors and nurses, young and old A great addition to the medical bookshelf.

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