Books tagged: medical training

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Notorious D.O.C.
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Price: $5.99 USD. Words: 82,090. Language: English. Published: September 3, 2011 by Olo Books. Category: Fiction » Mystery & detective » Women Sleuths
Eight years ago, someone ran over a young doctor who asked too many questions. Today, at the mother's request, Dr. Hope Sze untangles the cold case before the killer silences Hope, too. This time, the sociopath won't back down. Neither will Hope--or the two men vying for her attention. The second Hope Sze mystery. Written by a Montreal ER doctor. "Hope Sze is...utterly likeable."--EQMM
My Best Man's Mother
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Price: Free! Words: 7,930. Language: English. Published: April 6, 2012. Category: Fiction » Christian » Historical
Once his friend Jeremy is free from prison it seems as if all Benny's troubles are over. It can't be that hard to get his mother married and get a new home for them both. Benny wonders if God can really make all things new -- Jeremy's scarred face, Uncle Tom's hard heart, and delay after delay of plans for a new future doctoring and spreading the Word out West.
Yu Get Jook! Diaries of a Jamaican Medic
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Price: $6.99 USD. Words: 29,090. Language: English. Published: March 25, 2013. Category: Nonfiction » Health, wellbeing, & medicine » Medicine
This is not Jamaica ER of the UK's Channel 4. It's a kinder, more respectful & less invasive self expose of a Jamaican doctor's journey into and through medicine. Even so, it is no less eye opening, even shocking, & can be funny as all...well....read it.
The Bankrupt Australian Health System
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Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 17,600. Language: English. Published: January 12, 2014. Category: Nonfiction » Health, wellbeing, & medicine » Medicine
For those wishing to bankrupt their country’s economy, they need look no further than the structure of the australian medicare system. This national health system was generated entirely from political ambition and alienated many of those working in the field. Its inefficiency is a monumental waste of resources and a drain on the country’s economy with nobody having the courage to correct it.