A medical resident stumbles on hints of medical mischief while preparing a talk about some of the patient problems being admitted to her department. With the help of a variety of eccentric friends and associates she tracks down the perpetrators but in the process of doing so, nearly loses her life and that of her unborn child.
Doctors are only human, even the really great ones. Patients are real people and not numbers. This is the story of the relationships between patients and doctors, nurses, and other medical professionals. From the point of view of a typical patient.
Shining a light on the appalling issue of medical error, this stirring memoir tells of one health professional's empowering story from the hospital mishap to the courtroom battle that catalyzed her now public crusade. More than the legal battle, this is an intimate spiritual journey, an unforgettable story about not giving up on yourself — and also provides advice on taking charge of your safety.
Many of us share our lives with dogs, but how much do we really know about our four-legged friends? "39 Ways To Not Kill Your Best Friend", by Dr Judith Samson-French is a must-read for all dog lovers. , 39 Ways shares stories of companion dogs that have tragically died – or narrowly escaped death – at the hands of well-meaning owners. What you learn here could save your pet's life.
Dr. Valerie Chia strides into St. Joseph's emergency room expecting the usual Montreal Monday morning chaos. But when
the other day doctor goes AWOL and a patients crashes, Val's up the creek, in a handbasket, even before she lets resident Dr. Hope Sze try the emergency airway...
Debut episode (half-hour pilot script) of a medical radio drama featuring Dr. Hope Sze.
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