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Title Becoming a doctor : from student to specialist : doctor-writers share their experiences / edited by Lee Gutkind.

Published New York : W.W. Norton, [2010]
©2010

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Location Call No. Status
 UniM BioMed  610.92 BECO    AVAILABLE
Edition 1st ed.
Physical description xii, 228 pages ; 24 cm
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references.
Contents Introduction. Writing About Doctors / Lee Gutkind -- Intern / Sayantani DasGupta -- Pas de Deux / Danielle Ofri -- First in My Class / Chris Stookey -- The Patient Narrative / Perri Klass -- The Family Room / Teri Reynolds -- On Not Becoming a Doctor / Kay Redfield Jamison -- Magic Hands / Thomas C. Gibbs -- On Working with Cadavers / Marion Bishop -- Going to Abilene / Elissa Ely -- Sine Qua Non / Peter D. Kramer -- The Doctor in Middle Age / Charles Bardes -- A Doctor of None / Zaldy S. Tan -- Good Intentions / Sandeep Jauhar -- En Route / Abigail Zuger -- A Fire, Deliberately Set / Peggy Sarjeant -- Thirty Minutes Closer / Leah E. Mintz -- The Cleverest Doctor / Clint Morehead -- A Manner of Being / Robert Coles -- Knock Knock / Lauren Slater.
Summary "In this collection, doctors who are writers (and vice versa) relate their real-life journeys from intern to specialist and from student to teacher, reflecting on the rewards, disillusionments, and triumphs experienced along the way. They portray the broad arc of a doctor's professional life - from a medical student's uneasy first encounter with a cadaver, through the long days and nights of residency, to the later years of practice and teaching informed by hard-won wisdom."--BOOK JACKET.
Other author Gutkind, Lee.
Subject Physicians' writings.
ISBN 9780393071566 (hardcover)