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UPDATE! Surgery on the Shoulders of Giants: a review and an article on Global Health

UPDATE! Surgery on the Shoulders of Giants: a review and an article on Global Health

“And I have sat silently, gazing up at this night sky, counting endless and uncountable sparkling stars as they greet me one by one, palpating the infinity of the universe beyond and accepting my place in it.” This is not something that one would typically expect to find in a book detailing the journey of a doctor as they progress […]

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A fortunate man: A reminder of the essence of medicine

A fortunate man: A reminder of the essence of medicine

Vinay Mandagere of the University of Bristol reviews the insightful tale, A Fortunate Man: The story of a country doctor A Fortunate Man: the story of a country doctor is the classic tale of a country GP, Dr John Sassall. Written by the late John Berger, his simple dialogue, deep commentary and fresh narrative invigorates the essence of rural practice. […]

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