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The Doctor the Patient

Allen Widome

The Doctor the Patient

The Personal Journey of a Physician With Cancer

by Allen Widome

  • 311 Want to read
  • 21 Currently reading

Published by Editech Pr .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • United States,
  • Cancer,
  • Health,
  • Widome, Allen,
  • Physicians,
  • Diseases,
  • Health/Fitness,
  • Biography,
  • Lymph nodes,
  • Patients

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages151
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8449241M
    ISBN 100945586051
    ISBN 109780945586050
    OCLC/WorldCa19739335

      Knowledge of how the health system works, coupled with a desire to retain control and maintain confidentiality, leads doctors to stray from established pathways of care. This is particularly true of doctors with mental illness, which is the exclusive focus of Doctors as Patients. The book is edited by Petre Jones, a British general practitioner.   This book is about what goes on in a doctor's mind as he or she treats a patient. The idea for it came to me unexpectedly, on a September morning three years ago while I .

    The movie "The Doctor" is one of my favorite movies, so I was so glad to come across the book recently. Great book, even though it is nothing like the movie. After reading this, I feel that EVERY doctor in America should be required to read this book as they come into the medical profession/5(17).   Doctors’ worlds are narrow, focusing on a particular symptom or disease. Whereas patients explain illness in personal terms (“I developed symptoms after losing my job”), doctors explain illness in biological terms (“the patient developed symptoms in middle age”). Narrative medicine programs train doctors to attune themselves to the.

    Reprinted from pages xxv – xxxii the book, Alcoholics Anonymous, 4th Edition In late I attended a patient who, though he had been a competent businessman of good earning capacity, was an alcoholic of a type I had come to regard as hopeless. We doctors have realized for a long time that some form of moral psychology was of urgent.   Changes in Medicine affecting the Doctor-Patient relationship Ap Medicine today and the paradigm of medicine has changed drastically. Years ago, a doctor took care of a patient and the sacrosanct relationship of doctor to patient was paramount. Based on that was trust.


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The Doctor is a drama film directed by Randa is loosely based on Dr. Edward Rosenbaum's book, A Taste Of My Own Medicine. The film stars William Hurt as Jack McKee, a doctor who undergoes a transformation in his The Doctor the Patient book about life, illness and human by: Michael Convertino.

Going through cancer treatment experience is difficult not only for patients but also for doctors. In a new book, titled The Cancer Experience: The Doctor, The Patient, The Journey, Dr. Roy Sessions deals with a variety of emotion-related and ethics issues that encompass much of the basis of the cancer treatment ns aims to stimulate a dialogue about matters related to Cited by: 1.

Dr. Diva Nagula’s book is transformative for both patients and caregivers. Written from a unique vantage point, from doctor to patient, the book offers readers a close personal look into Nagula’s diagnosis, the holistic approach that led to his recovery and how it 5/5(41).

The Patient Book. This book helped me to deal with the numerous doctors I am encountering. (The book was recommended to me by my nephew, who is a surgeon). Only two of the doctors I have encountered seem human, both are female. The male doctors tend to have a superior outlook on their patients.

I carry this book with me so the male doctors can clearly see the by: The Patient is a decent story, but it's so utterly obvious, practically from page 1, where the story is going and what the twist actually is that I truly can't imagine anybody reading this book and not figuring it out very early on.

Because the entire story line relies so heavily on the reader being surprised at the end, it's a bit of a /5(). Purchase The Doctor, His Patient and The Illness - 2nd Edition. Print Book. ISBN   And that is just what reading The Patient was like as I roamed the halls & in and out of patients' rooms in the hospital with these characters.

Palmer is a physician, so all of his books have an authentic ring when it comes to the medical aspects of the 4/5(). Discover the best Doctor-Patient Relations in Best Sellers. Find the top most popular items in Amazon Books Best Sellers. An opposite danger, however, is that the doctor may Thus it appears that doctor and patient are joined by be tempted to brush aside all physical symptoms and a tacit understanding that any examination of the body make a bee-line for what he thinks is the psychological should be tolerated if the doctor thinks it necessary.

root of the trouble. Finalist: Forward INDIES Book of the Year; Health Category; Business & Economics Category; The Patient, The Doctor and Bill Collector reveals the hidden truths behind the crushing wave of medical debt drowning more than 64 million Americans.

Authors Robert E. Goff and Jerry Ashton know the inside story on medical debt.5/5(11). Patients may be at risk from a doctor who misuses their position of authority, or is unclear where the appropriate boundaries lie.

Doctors risk disciplinary or criminal proceedings when this happens. This book aims to address these risks, to assist clinicians in their daily relationships with patients, and to improve patient safety. The General Problem; the patient's offers and the doctor's responses; elimination by appropriate physical examinations; incidence and evaluation of neurotic symptoms; level of diagnosis; the collusion of anonymity; the general practitioner and his consultants; the perpetuation of the teacher-pupil relationship; advice and reassurance; "How to Start"; "When to Stop"; the special psychological.

The result is a remarkable book,When Doctors Become Patients, which helps illuminate the medical profession's mind-set under duress."-- The Associated Press "Dr.

Robert Klitzman, himself a physician who has faced serious illness, gives a fascinating degree portrait of what happens when those charged with healing others unexpectedly find /5(10).

For all the political branding and rebranding of healthcare in the United States, its fundamental unit of currency remains the doctor-patient relationship. This relationship has undergone seismic changes during the twenty-first century, including the introduction of new players (the so-called healthcare team) and care delivery in settings like big-box stores and bureaucratic health systems.

This book arose out of a series of seminars that the author, a psychotherapist, conducted with general practitioners at the Tavistock Clinic in London in the s.

At these seminars the GPs presented case reports to discuss aspects of the doctor-patient relationship. Welcome to Group Text, a monthly column for readers and book clubs about the novels, memoirs and short-story collections that make you want to.

Anyone who has ever been through the medical system - even with the very best of treatment - will identify with this film. “The Doctor” tells the story of an aloof, self-centered heart surgeon who treats his patients like names on a list. Then he gets sick himself, and doesn't like it one bit when he's treated like a mere patient.

“It may interest you to know that I happen to be a. This book will be an ideal guidance to preserve the moral integrity and integration of medical Profession.

CONTENTS 1. Introduction 1 2. Ayurveda Ancient Medicine 4 3. Man-Patient 7 4. Doctor Patient Relationship in Ancient India 10 5. Doctor-Patient Relationship Pertaining to 12 6. Conclusion 32 7. References 33 8. Bibliography Listopia > Doctors Book Lists. Medicine and Literature. 1, books — 1, voters I Love A Man In Uniform.

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books. Eh. Very influential book in it's time, helped to steer medicine away from the traditional paternal "doctor knows best" to a more collaborative method of making decisions involving the patient and the patient's own ideas of what is most valuable to them.

Other than that, this book just turns into a rant about how doctors really don't know anything/5.The doctor and patient's values and perspectives about disease, life, and time available play a role in building up this relationship.

A strong relationship between the doctor and patient will lead to frequent, quality information about the patient's disease and better health care for the patient and their family.How Doctors Think by Jerome Groopman, is a book that explores the topic of the manner by which physicians are taught to think, how they arrive at correct and incorrect diagnoses and how the personality of the physician, the patient and the interaction between the two can affect the diagnosis and treatment/5().