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[KINDLE] ❀ What Patients Taught Me By Audrey Young – Bogou.us

What Patients Taught Me Do Sleek High Tech Hospitals Teach About Medicine And Less About Humanity Do Doctors Ever Lose Their Tolerance For Suffering With Sensitive Observation And Graceful Prose, This Book Explores Some Of The Difficult And Deeply Personal Questions A 23 Year Old Doctor Confronts With Her Very First Dying Patient, And Continues To Struggle With As She Strives To Become A Good Doctor In Her Travels, The Doctor Attends To Terminal Illness, AIDS, Tuberculosis, And Premature Birth In Small Rural Communities Throughout The World.

[KINDLE] ❀ What Patients Taught Me  By Audrey  Young – Bogou.us
  • Hardcover
  • 240 pages
  • What Patients Taught Me
  • Audrey Young
  • English
  • 11 May 2017
  • 1570613966

    10 thoughts on “[KINDLE] ❀ What Patients Taught Me By Audrey Young – Bogou.us


  1. says:

    Actually this book turned out to be a little treat for me I stumbled across this book by going through my wife s library and at first glance thought to myself it seems a bit cheesy But nonetheless, I ve decided to give it a chance and read it It wonderfully chronicles the tale of a medical student who went through her clinical training in non academic establishments far away from urban civilization However, to me it wasthan just a well written memoir It opened my eyes towards a very Actually this book turned out to be a little treat for me I stumbled across this book by going through my wife s library and at first glance thought to myself it seems a bit cheesy But nonetheless, I ve decided to give it a chance and read it It wonderfully chronicles the tale of a medical student who went through her clinical training in non academic establishments far away from urban civilization However, to me it wasthan just a well written memoir It opened my eyes towards a very important concept, and that is the comprehensiveness of the medical profession We ve come to an era in medicine when super specialization is the prevailing method of practice and education While being no doubt, it is absolutely necessary to over come the explosion in medical knowledge and the inherit human fallibility of doctoring, it is not without conseque...


  2. says:

    After hearing that many foreign doctors practice in my home town, Yakima, because it is considered an underserved rural community medical wise I was interested in reading What Patients Taught Me because it related the experiences of the author in a medical education program run by the UW to increase the numbers of general practitioners in rural regions of Washington, Wyoming, Idaho and Montana Apparently the program is successful Young writes very well about her experiences, although she som After hearing that many foreign doctors pra...


  3. says:

    Dr Audrey Young chronicles her varied clinical experiences through her medical school and training Participating in a program designed to encourage physicians to consider rural medicine, Dr Young travels from the bustling Seattle metropolis to the tiny town of Bethel, Alaska, for her first experience with real patients Among the heavily Yupik Eskimo population, she begins to glimpse the depth of the challenges that physicians juggle She discovers that the social and cultural context is vi Dr Audrey Young chronicles her varied clinical experiences through her medical school and training Participating in a program designed to encourage physicians to consider rural medicine, Dr Young travels from the bustling Seattle metropolis to the tiny town of Bethel, A...


  4. says:

    A very thoughtful memoir of Dr Young s medical school rotations in various parts of the WAMI region An easy, enjoyable read I appreciated how she put so much effort into reflecting on her experiences and trying to understand how interactions with patient s impacted her.


  5. says:

    Great book and gave some fun insight into the medical field but probably wouldn t be of interest to those beyond it.


  6. says:

    This book would be 5 stars if it is the type of book you like I just preferpatient stories.


  7. says:

    What Patients Taught Me by Dr Audrey Young was an incredible look into medical school rotations Dr Young spent her rotations in drastically different places from Seattle hospitals to rural clinics to Africa Each place had different stories and different people Each story touched me a different way and gave me insight into what it means to be a doctor.This book was full of true stories, some I couldn t even believe happened to real people But they did And that is what makes this book so po What Patients Taught Me by Dr Audrey Young was an incredible look into medical school rotations Dr Young spent her rotations in drastically different places from Seattle hospitals to rural clinics to Africa Each place had different stories and different people Each story touched me a different way and gave me insight into what it means to be a doctor.This book was full of true stories, some I couldn t even believe happened to real people But they did And that is what makes this book so powerful Everything in it is real These are real people Real people who were sick and either made full recoveries or went on to a better place I cried, and I laughed It made me feel a wide range of emotions It was truly invigorating.I devoured this book and wished I had read it slower so that I could have digested each storybefore rushing onto...


  8. says:

    Excellent I liked it a lotthan The House of God It s hopeful and optimistic She talks about the good aspects of being a doctor as well as the bad tough hard parts She is part of this cool program at the University of Washington called WWAMI, which stands for Washington, Wyoming, Alaska, Montana, Idaho.The school sends the medical students to rural clinics and hospitals in these places the author also did a rotation in Swaziland to learn about rural medicine Practicing medicine...


  9. says:

    The book is fine, somewhat interesting but not really captivating It lacks the intense feelings and excitements I got when reading Gawande s books Nevertheless, there are stories from faraway lands like Alaska and Africa you may enjoy.The WWAMI system seems promising, maybe we can try it here, in V...


  10. says:

    This book was okay It opened my mind to the benefits of future doctors traveling.maybe because I have no intentions of being a doctor I did not feel that the book made a lasting impression on me.Audrey s travel t...

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