The doctors who work our emergency rooms bring people back from the brink on a regular basis. But what does it take to make an emergency physician? This book provides an inside look into one of the world's most elite medical schools-as told by one of its most distinguished professors and physicians.In fast-paced, engaging prose, Dr. Michael VanRooyen takes us backstage atThe doctors who work our emergency rooms bring people back from the brink on a regular basis. But what does it take to make an emergency physician? This book provides an inside look into one of the world's most elite medical schools-as told by one of its most distinguished professors and physicians.In fast-paced, engaging prose, Dr. Michael VanRooyen takes us backstage at Harvard University Medical School as some of the world's most highly trained doctors work to save lives, diagnose illnesses, and comfort grieving family members. It's fascinating reading for anyone with an interest in how doctors work and train-and the life-altering challenges they face every day.ABOUT THE AUTHORDr. Michael VanRooyen is a professor at Harvard Medical School and the Harvard School of Public Health. He is the founder of the Humanitarian Academy at Harvard, an educational program advancing humanitarian professionalism in the field of medicine. He is the author of the textbook Emergent Field Medicine, and has been published in over 70 publications on the topic of international emergency medicine and humanitarian assistance.Dr. VanRooyen has served as an emergency physician in over thirty countries, including Rwanda, North Korea, Iraq, Darfur-Sudan, Somalia, Bosnia, and the Democratic Republic of Congo. He has advised as a relief expert for Oxfam, Physicians for Human Rights, Save the Children, and many other non-governmental organizations, and served as policy advisor to UN OCHA and the World Health Organization. He has consulted as a physician with NASA, the US Secret Service, and the US Public Health Service.John Hanc is the author of eleven books, including The Coolest Race on Earth, an award-winning memoir about his experience running the Antarctic Marathon; and Not Dead Yet, the autobiography of Type-1 diabetic bike racer Phil Southerland. He is a frequent contributor to many publications including Newsday, The New York Times, and Smithsonian. He is also a professor of journalism and communications at the New York Institute of Technology....
|Title||:||Code Blue: The Making of an Emergency Physician|
|Number of Pages||:||33 Pages|
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I give it a 3.5 star review because it was too short. Great book otherwise.