Reflections of a Physician in His Ninety-seventh Year by David Abramson

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Published by Llumina Press .

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  • General,
  • Fiction,
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FormatPaperback
Number of Pages216
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Open LibraryOL12438205M
ISBN 101595260250
ISBN 109781595260253

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For physicians this is unlike most of our lives, in which attention, focused primarily on the needs of others, drives us in an often hectic schedule in which any reflection must be fitted into other activities. Thus we have short times for thinking when we are driving, as we walk from one room to another, as we eat lunch, or in the moments of.

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I entered as an intellectu-al snob but quickly found out that. Another workday comes to an end. 11 a.m. rolls around and freedom from the hospital beckons after another hour call is finished. In the span of the preceding day, it is likely that numerous important decisions had to be made with the expectation that all of your mental faculties would be used, irrespective of what time of day it was or how much sleep was obtained.

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13 [], Iss. 2, Art. Having passed Step 1 of the USMLE and completing the crucible that is the first two years of medical school, I had my first taste as a doctor. As a third-year medical student, it was the first time I got to don a (short) white coat and actually walk the halls of the hospital as part of.

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These physicians take the patient’s explanatory model into consideration when announcing the results of their differential diagnosis. “The patient’s explanatory model is a physical disorder, and the patient requests testing.

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