Learning to play God: the coming of age of a young doctor
Addison-Wesley Longman, Incorporated, Oct 1, 1991 - Biography & Autobiography - 267 pages
Dr. Robert Marion draws from his own experiences as medical student and resident to recreate the dehumanizing and often brutal process of medical training. With wit and compassion, Marion's "you-are-there" reports show how humanity and idealism can survive the grueling path to technical competancy.
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Review: Learning to Play God: The Coming of Age of a Young DoctorUser Review - Cyn - Goodreads
Actually I didn't finish this. It didn't hold my interest. The story about starting the IV in the infant was upsetting to read. I don't recommend this book. Read full review
Review: Learning to Play God: The Coming of Age of a Young DoctorUser Review - Beth - Goodreads
Meh. I didn't think much of The Intern Blues either. The title has nothing apparent to do with the book. Dr. Marion has an epiphany early on about how he will be when he is a doctor but fails to carry ... Read full review
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