Doco making doc loves lifestyle

Topham-Kindley, Liane
October 2004
New Zealand Doctor;10/20/2004, p34
Focuses on the career of New Zealand physician Paul Trotman as a TV documentary producer and medical officer. Documentary project developed by Trotman; Benefits of combining television and medicine in his work; Disadvantages of being a TV producer.


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