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- Prescribing HOPE. Nathan, M. P. Ravindra // Medical Economics;12/17/2010, Vol. 87 Issue 24, p36
A personal narrative is presented which explores the author's experience of helping his patient live five more years, who was diagnosed with heart failure.
- PLAIN TALES. Hawkins, Paul; Ting, Philip; Mouat, Walter; Morton, James // GP: General Practitioner;9/12/2008, p64
Several personal narratives are presented which explores the authors' experiences and sentiments as physicians relating to their patients.
- Doctor, pharmacist, or specialist nurse: who are you? Harris, Benjamin // BMJ: British Medical Journal (International Edition);11/18/2006, Vol. 333 Issue 7577, p1063
The article provides the author's experience as a newly qualified doctor. He says that when he asks patients what his job might be, they often reply, 'specialist nurse.' The doctor questions whether this is confusion or a detailed understanding of complex medical care roles that deserve extra...
- Learning by Doing. Rich, Eugene // JGIM: Journal of General Internal Medicine;Dec2007 Forum Supplement, p3
A personal narrative is presented which explores the author's experience of being a physician who have learned a lot from his patients.
- The Surgeon Goes Under the Knife: Lessons Learned. // Review of Ophthalmology;Dec2009, Vol. 16 Issue 12, p30
A personal narrative is presented which explores the authors' experience of becoming patients in the U.S.
- No time for 'bad day' with patients. Graves, Dianna E. // Ophthalmology Times;3/15/2011, Vol. 36 Issue 6, p56
A personal narrative is presented which explores the author's experience of being a physician.
- LESSONS from Randy. Dudley, Steve // Medical Economics;9/10/2010, Vol. 87 Issue 17, p64
A personal narrative is presented which author's experience of handling a patient who committed suicide.
- Doctor and Son. Elliott, C. Gregory // Annals of Internal Medicine;1/3/2012, Vol. 156 Issue 1, p64
A personal narrative which explores the author's experience, who is a physician, of taking care of his sick father is presented.
- Opinion: From awfully bad to awfully better in one step. Farrell, Liam // GP: General Practitioner;5/21/2010, p32
A personal narrative is presented in which the author describes his experience of curing a patient with an awful cough.