By Phil R. Manning
For the reason that 1987 this e-book has helped and encouraged physicians in any respect phases in their careers to get the main out in their specialist and private lives. Phil R. Manning and Lois DeBakey are pre-eminent clinical educators, who search, of their personal paintings and during this ebook, to redirect the point of interest of constant clinical schooling from the school room to extra inventive equipment. Their procedure is predicated at the physician's particular medical perform, therefore making carrying on with scientific schooling prone to increase sufferer care. Manning and DeBakey have thoroughly revised and up to date this moment version to mirror major alterations in how grasp physicians use info expertise to maintain abreast of exploding new scientific info. This variation additionally addresses how pros are dealing with adjustments within the perform of medication effected by way of controlled care. All -new Reflections and private Essays from probably the most vital names in medication supply perspicacity, knowledge, and notably functional perception into the numerous points of scientific perform. during the eyes of those celebrated figures, readers will locate methods of creating their paintings either more advantageous and extra relaxing. This special ebook will fascinate physicians, citizens, and clinical scholars looking to look after and increase their ardour for drugs.
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The drama and complexity of medicine, by providing op4 1 / ENJOYING THE STRUGGLE portunities for the thrill of discovery, can arouse curiosity despite the inhibitory effect of time pressures. Not being satisfied with an immediate answer, but wanting to go beyond is the mark of the intellectually curious. As Lazar Greenfield said, “In the quest for lifelong learning, we are usually interested in the answer to a question, but that answer will often raise more questions. The result is the opportunity to discover new knowledge, upon which all advances are based.
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Medicine: Preserving the Passion in the 21st Century by Phil R. Manning