5 edition of Tales from the bedside found in the catalog.
Tales from the bedside
|Statement||by Wise, nurse-cartoonist [John Wise].|
|LC Classifications||NC1429.W587 A4 1993|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||95 p. :|
|Number of Pages||95|
|LC Control Number||93235351|
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The remarkable stories told in this book are filled with the lessons of humanity. They describe that sacrosanct connection between two people we call the doctor-patient relationship, and that other relationship between the mentor and student, so important to the perpetuation of medical knowledge, judgement, wisdom and character. The Soul of Medicine: Tales from the Bedside €|€# in Books €|€ Kaplan Publishing €|€ €|€ €|€Original language: English €|€PDF # 1 €|€ x x l, €|€File type: PDF €|€ pages €|€ | File size: Mb I think that The Soul of Medicine: Tales from the Bedside are.
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The tales in this book can be joyful, heartbreaking, or appalling, but the one thing they have in common is their honesty. The Soul of Medicine: Tales from the Bedside offers a real and unforgettable look into the most memorable experiences faced by a selection of (mostly) admirable physicians/5(23).
Tales From The Bedside is a collection of short stories from a caring and brilliant ICU nurse. Her stories will captivate you, make you laugh, warm your heart, shake your head, and just maybe will inspire you, too.
Step inside to go behind the scenes of a world unlike any other in the healthcare industry. "Cynics do not contribute/5(20). Tales From The Bedside is a collection of short stories from a caring and brilliant ICU nurse. Her Tales from the bedside book will captivate you, make you laugh, warm your heart, shake your head, and just maybe will inspire you, too.
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Filled with Jenifer's singular grace and exquisite wit, Tales from the Bed had me laughing and crying, and often at the same time." -- Peter Hedges, author of What's Eating Gilbert Grape "Even as [ALS] steals much of Jenifer away, she reaches inside and shares the best part with us."/5(33).
The Bedside Tales. A collection of short stories, some humorous and some dramatic, by authors including Dorothy Parker, A.J. Liebling, John Collier, Sherwood Anderson, Irwin Shaw, Ben Hecht, Corey Ford, Paul Gallico, Oscar Levant, Clarence Day, and Saki/5.
I am usually fond of works by physician-writers, as I aspire to be one myself. This is a charming set of stories about the doctor-patient interaction. Yet since Sherwin Nuland aimed for this collection of bedside tales to be a "sort of Cantebury Tales of medicine," unfortunately I would have to say it fell short of his goal.
Dr/5. Tales from the International Bedside Introduction Narratives are vital elements in healthcare, allowing providers to build detailed patient histories, understand a particular disease progression, and recall patients they have treated in the past. Through the exchange of these tales, healthcare workers are able to.
Tales from the bed is a memoir about a woman named Jenifer Estess and has two sisters named Valerie and Meredith Estess. Jenifer is diagnosed with ALS disease. This is a very deadly disease. After testing, doctors told her to prepare to die/5(). Buy Tales From The Bedside: True Stories From A Night-Shift ICU Nurse by Klipple, Stephanie (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.
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Whatever the case, these stories mold us into the nurses we are today. The members of have shared hundreds of these tales with us through. The Soul of Medicine:Tales from the Bedside is a book by Sherwin B.
Nuland. It was first published on Ap through Kaplan Publishing. The tales in this book can be joyful, heartbreaking, or appalling, but the one thing they have in common is their honesty.
The Soul of Medicine: Tales from the Bedside offers a real and unforgettable look into the most memorable experiences faced Reviews: The Soul of Medicine: Tales from the Bedside acknowledges the value and durability of the stories that physicians accumulate in the daily practice of medicine.
Constructed along the lines of Geoffrey Chaucer's Canterbury Tales, the book has an old-fashioned feel. Tales From the Bedside Sherwin B. Nuland, Kaplan, pages It started with one minor thing: a nifty freebie, a decoration, gag gift or souvenir from a vacationing friend.
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The Soul of Medicine: Tales from the Bedside offers a real and unforgettable look into the most memorable experiences faced by a selection of (mostly) admirable physicians.
Tales From The Bedside: True Stories From A Night-Shift ICU Nurse This book is filled with very short stories which I found very interesting.
If the author writes more books I will certainly buy them. Read more. Top critical review. See all 9 critical reviews › tom d.
out of 5 stars A collection of very short glimpses/5. In The Soul of Medicine: Tales from the Bedside, Dr. Sherwin Nuland takes tales from doctors of various different specialties and puts them together in a medical anthology. Within it are tales of grief, perseverance, and nobleness that pull the reader in.
Specifically, there are few tales of some remarkable doctors that I must share because of the admirable qualities they possess.
The Soul of Medicine: Tales From the Bedside is, in my opinion, an example of Dr. Nuland's finest y fashioned along the lines of Geoffrey Chaucer's Canterbury Tales, the book consists of more than 20 stories, predominantly narrated by senior physicians, of memorable patients they cared for in the course of their ensure confidentiality, the author disguises the.
Tales from the Bedside. There are 3 very special words that are very important to nurses. please, thank you and why? WHY always seems to get me in trouble! Always ask why for any pharmacy, therapy, action or treatment.The Bedside Tales: A Gay Collection.
Notes: Good hardcover. Pages are clean and unmarked. Covers show light edge wear with rubbing/light scuffing and ring stains. Binding is tight, hinges strong. Good: A book that falls under average used Rating: % positive.You can download The Soul of Medicine: Tales from the Bedside in pdf format.