"These essays succeed on many levels. At the most fundamental, they can be read as medical memoir, for pure enjoyment; several contributors are gifted writers. They can also be recommended for medical trainees, and for clinicians in general, as an excellent example of the medical humanities forming an inextricable part of practice-contributing directly to clinical reasoning, rather than artifically appended to it later."--JAMA
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About the Author
Jacalyn Duffin is at Queen's University, Ontario.