[KINDLE] ✽ A Taste of My Own Medicine By Edward E. Rosenbaum – Writerscompany.co.uk

The movie is better, great book nevertheless Anyone in pursuing in the medical field should deff read it. I read this book a long time ago and still reread it from time to time The concept of medical professional exploring his profession from the point of view of the patient is interesting and always relevant, no matter when the book was written. This is the story that inspired the William Hurt movie The Doctor Neither stands out in my memory as something extraordinary, but both convey the idea effectively enough A competent doctor begins developing mysterious symptoms The colleague he consults fails to diagnose his problem correctly, and it gets worse Much later, another physician finally identifies the problem and it s urgent , but is so cold and disrespectful that he cannot bear to be a patient And here s the point despite hi This is the story that inspired the William Hurt movie The Doctor Neither stands out in my memory as something extraordinary, but both convey the idea effectively enough A competent doctor begins developing mysterious symptoms The colleague he consults fails to diagnose his problem correctly, and it gets worse Much later, another physician finally identifies the problem and it s urgent , but is so cold and disrespectful that he cann Should be required reading for anyone who wants to practise medicine Written by a doctor s experience of being a patient. A Graphic Account Of What It S Like When A Doctor Crosses To The Other Side Of The Table And Becomes A Patient Himself Parade Magazine This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here The premise was good but he discussed a lot of medical statistics, that I would presume have changed in the almost 30 years it has been since this was published He also talks about what it s really like to be a patientBut still received a lot of special privileges and his real biggest complaints seemed to be waiting as much as a half hour one time, and 5 or 10 minutes on other occasions, and having to fill out paperwork Maybe this was the biggest issue when this was written, but I have wait The premise was good but he discussed a lot of medical statistics, that I would presume have changed in the almost 30 years it has been since this was published He also talks about what it s really like to be a patientBut still received a lot of special privileges and his real biggest complaints seemed to be waiting as much as a half hour one time, and 5 or 10 minutes on other occasions, and having to fill out paperwork A reflective piece that humbles the soul and reminds us all that doctors are people too Mostly enjoyable because the MD is from Portland From the 80 s, an MD is diagnosed with cancer and learns that the patient s view is different than the MD s Nothing very stunning and kinda hard to believe that it took him this long to learn to see things from the patient s views But, easy to read Of course it s important to learn and it took this guy nearly a lifetime to learn that when you treat others badly they are not too quick to treat you nice In other words this doc was an arrogant asshole and really did have to taste his own medicine. what an eye opener This is a true story about a doctor who gets cancer and how he navigated the medical system as a patient I liked it because it opened my eyes to the reality that doctors really don t know the answers all the time and you do need to know what your rights are as a patient. A Taste of My Own Medicine


About the Author: Edward E. Rosenbaum

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