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For more than twenty years, DR. BRIAN GOLDMAN has beena highly regarded emergency physician at Toronto’s Mount SinaiHospital, and he has parlayed his medical expertise into anaward-winning career in medical journalism. CBC Radio One’s“house doctor,” Dr. Goldman is also the host of the radio programWhite Coat, Black Art, which airs on CBC Radio. He livesin Toronto with his wife and two children.
This piece of non-fiction, written by a prominent physician (who also is known on CBC radio) is a compelling read.Published 2 months ago by Jenipher Appleton
An easy to read, informative and interesting report on the perspective of many ER physicians and the language used to communicate within the medical system.Published 12 months ago by Gail F
Using the pretext of explaining a typical night in the ER, Goldman's new book does just that and more. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Dr. Tim Parker
Liked the real life stories, very honest.
A good read, well worth buying the book.
Look forward to his other book
A great read with a good flow. Covers one night shift and the types of patients who visit the emergency room in the week hours. Read morePublished 18 months ago by catherine a goverde
As an aspiring med student I found Dr. Goldman's accounts of working in the ER to be incredibly honest and inspiring. Read morePublished on Nov. 5 2013 by jason gallant
Absolutely loved this boo, very thorough writer and I have already shared it with my girlfriends :) It came in amazing condition as well :)Published on June 25 2013 by Roo