[ [KINDLE] The Intern Blues The Timeless Classic About the Making of a Doctor ] author Robert Marion – healthymealss.us


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    [ [KINDLE] The Intern Blues The Timeless Classic About the Making of a Doctor ] author Robert Marion – healthymealss.us free download ☆ E-book, or Kindle E-pub ↠ Robert Marion Robert Marion ↠ 9 free read The title is incorrect The diaries were written in 1985 over 30 years ago and are very dated indeed They are also for the most part bo

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    [ [KINDLE] The Intern Blues The Timeless Classic About the Making of a Doctor ] author Robert Marion – healthymealss.us A journal based account of the pediatric internship survived by Dr Robert Marion where meconium flows and life in the Bron

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    [ [KINDLE] The Intern Blues The Timeless Classic About the Making of a Doctor ] author Robert Marion – healthymealss.us free download ☆ E-book, or Kindle E-pub ↠ Robert Marion Robert Marion ↠ 9 free read Man I devoured this book Pediatric first year learning and barely living in a hospital Very educational felt like I was in the trenches living the harrowed sleepless bothered and tense life of a first year Scut un

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    review The Intern Blues The Timeless Classic About the Making of a Doctor [ [KINDLE] The Intern Blues The Timeless Classic About the Making of a Doctor ] author Robert Marion – healthymealss.us Well I finally finished reading this It took some time as it is a thick book and I've been pretty busy with school but I got through it I thought it was an interesting book and there was a lot I liked about it From a medical standpoint it was fascinating to read about conditions I had never heard of before I like how the author explained medical terms in bold; many of them I was already familiar with and the format made

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    review The Intern Blues The Timeless Classic About the Making of a Doctor Robert Marion ↠ 9 free read free download ☆ E-book, or Kindle E-pub ↠ Robert Marion Well this series of journal entries confirms that I will not become an MD in this lifetime Considering how I get grumpy if I haven't eaten for 4 hours I don't think I could make it through the grueling internship Sorry mom

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    [ [KINDLE] The Intern Blues The Timeless Classic About the Making of a Doctor ] author Robert Marion – healthymealss.us Fascinating I can't imagine being that consistently sleep deprived and having to make as many life or death decisions as these doctors do

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    [ [KINDLE] The Intern Blues The Timeless Classic About the Making of a Doctor ] author Robert Marion – healthymealss.us Robert Marion ↠ 9 free read Again reading this book makes me really happy not to be doing my internship or residency in the US No way could I

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    review The Intern Blues The Timeless Classic About the Making of a Doctor [ [KINDLE] The Intern Blues The Timeless Classic About the Making of a Doctor ] author Robert Marion – healthymealss.us Reading about the medical world is much different than the idea most people have about it This book is such a raw and honest account of what it's like to be an intern Wanting to enter the medical field myself I thoroughly enjoyed the accounts in this book For anyone who is considering or just interested in medici

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    [ [KINDLE] The Intern Blues The Timeless Classic About the Making of a Doctor ] author Robert Marion – healthymealss.us free download ☆ E-book, or Kindle E-pub ↠ Robert Marion review The Intern Blues The Timeless Classic About the Making of a Doctor What do you suppose it would do to you if for a year you worked over 100 hours a week sometimes for 36 hours in a row got paid practically nothing had life and death responsibility thrust upon you while you were unsure of your ability to handle it were freuentl awakened in the middle of the night to do mindless scut work and saw death pain and grief on a daily basis? The Intern Blues gives answers to that uestion from three you

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    [ [KINDLE] The Intern Blues The Timeless Classic About the Making of a Doctor ] author Robert Marion – healthymealss.us I discuss the book here good collection of memoirs of 3 interns working in various clinics Some of the content about 15 addresses the personal lives of the interns which I was not interested in but I understand the editors intention to show how the job affects all aspects of the intern's life The book portrays the intern fairly negatively not in the sense of criticism but in the sense of despair Not only are the hours g

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Nating to read about conditions I had never heard of before I like how the author explained medical terms in bold many of them I was already familiar with and the format made it easy for me to skip the explanation and pick the story back up I liked reading about the different environments in which the interns worked their feelings on dealing with sick and dying patients and the effect their internship had on their personal relationships I loved the sections written by Mark as he made me laugh I think it is crucial for a doctor to maintain a sense of humor how else could they deal with all maintain a sense of humor how else could they deal with all tragedy that sometimes surrounds themThere were a few things I wasn t crazy about however I think it would have been interesting to read about interns in other departments not just pediatrics If it covered a broader spectrum each intern in a different department for example one could see that the stress and hardship of interning is not found only pedatrics Maybe if one intern had been in the ER and another in eriatrics or in regular ICU I would have enjoyed the book Finally Amy drove me crazy There were times I was temped to skip over her sections entirely She complained constantly always thinking she was being treated unfairly always whining about not being able to spend time entirely She complained constantly always thinking she was being treated unfairly always whining about not being Able To Spend Time to spend time baby always Enchanting Baby (The Birth Place griping I kept thinking this woman should not be a doctor When she complained that her co workers were upse The title is incorrect The diaries were written in 1985 over 30 years ago and are very dated indeed They are also for the most part boring The three doctors two male and one female kept Ted edition of The Intern Blues includes a new preface from the author discussing the status of medical training in America today and a new afterword updating the reader on the lives of the three young interns who first shared their stories with readers than a decade ago. I discuss the book hereood collection of memoirs of 3 interns working in various clinics Some of the content about 15 addresses the personal lives of the interns which I was not interested in but I understand the editors intention to show how the job affects all aspects of the intern s life The book portrays the intern fairly negatively not in the sense of criticism but in the sense of despair Not only are the hours rueling but the working environment can be hostile not only from residents who oversee the interns but also the patients and their parents I believe two out of the three the patients and their parents I believe two out of the three work in pediatrics One thing that was interesting was the reasons for entering pediatrics iven by at LEAST ONE OF THE INTERNS CHILDREN one of the interns children less depressing when they et ill because they tend to recover uickly and better resilient than adults On the other hand the neonate ward with pre term babies usually underweight and other problems often die and the book shows these events to hit the interns and sometimes nurse staff uite hardI also detect a little bit of activism by the editor who was a doctor connected with the interns and compiled the book The editor speaks every now and then throughout the book in his own chapter He talks about the conditions book The editor speaks every now and then throughout the book in his own chapter He talks about the conditions interns and eventually describes legislative action taken to limit the hours of interns per week and per day Throughout the book the interns often fall asleep on the job even when working on a patient I cant uite fathom why this has been acceptable to overnment health regulators Medical license boards and Doctor unions I can also assume. While supervising a small roup of interns at a major New York medical center Dr Robert Marion asked three of them to keep a careful diary over the course of a year Andy Mark and Amy vividly describe their real life lessons in treating very sick children; confronting chi. That the auntlet inflicted on interns comes from Generational Trauma I Had To trauma I had to it I survived so you must too Hopefully some sense has entered the minds of these boardsI was interested in reading the book because I was curious about the medical field I was hoping the book went into depth about the cases curious about the medical field I was hoping the book went into depth about the cases the most part it was uite terse on diagnosis procedures On The Other Hand The other hand the does a Wild at Heart (Sons of Chance, great job of showing how terrible conditions are for these interns as well as letting me pick up some doctor lingo or internese as they called itOne easy take away from this memoir collection would be The next time you re in the hospital such as the ER ask how long your doctor has been on shift If its than 24 hours or if she appears sleepy ask to be seen by someone else Doing this would benefit both the medical profession as a whole and the care you receive in particular Again reading this book makes me really happy not to be doing my internship or residency in the US No way could I be on call every 3rd night and then function normally I mean really you expect your doctor to be smart edaucated and to make the right decisions it s just that they haven t slept for 36 hoursAs far as I understand the 3 young doctors in this book finished their internships in the late 80 s so I hope their experience is not the same as that of interns today Well I finally finished reading this It took some time as it is a thick book and I ve been pretty busy with school but Iot through it I thought it was an interesting book and there was a lot I liked about it From a medical standpoint it was fasci. Ld abuse and the awful human impact of the AIDS epidemic; skirting the indifference of the hospital bureaucracy; and overcoming their own fears insecurities and constant fatigue Their stories are harrowing and often funny; their personal triumph is unforgettableThis upda. .

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The Intern Blues The Timeless Classic About the Making of a Doctor