White Coat Wisdom: Extraordinary Doctors Talk about what They Do, how They Got There, and why Medicine is So Much More Than a Job

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Apollo's Voice, LLC, 2008 - Medical - 590 pages
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They're smart. They're passionate. They're doctors. "White Coat Wisdom" is an unprecedented look at the medical profession, through the eyes of extraordinary physicians who talk about what they do, how they got there, and why medicine is so much more than a job.
You will discover:
- inside knowledge about disease prevention
- the secrets of total career satisfaction
- the ability to achieve success, no matter how daunting the challenge
- why service to others transforms work into a calling.
"White Coat Wisdom" reveals how physicians from various specialties and locations developed their resolve, found their medical passion, and learned--and continue to learn--on their journey. Real doctors, real stories.

 

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About the author (2008)

Stephen J. Busalacchi reported for National Public Radio and Wisconsin Public Radio for 15 years, and in the process, won more than two dozen journalism awards. Most recently, the Wisconsin Medical Society honored him with the 2007 Medical Issues Reporting Award. Busalacchi has spent a decade as a communications specialist for the Society, and more recently, as the principal of a health communications firm in Madison, Wisconsin, where he lives with his wife and two young daughters.

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