A transformation

Lambert, Kerri
June 2001
CMAJ: Canadian Medical Association Journal;6/26/2001, Vol. 164 Issue 13, p1873
Academic Journal
Presents the story of a physician who does not like to practice medicine. Experiences in a pediatrics residency; Discussion of guilt and exhaustion which can plague physicians; View that hardship often accompanies the joys of medicine.


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