It is important that newly qualified doctors are aware of the reasons for this and don’t let it happen.
Omer, Israel (PRWEB) March 27, 2014
Author, educator and physician Charles Howard reaches out to doctors just starting their careers and provides a wealth of sage advice in his new book, “So You’re a Doctor Now” (published by Lulu).
Written in the form of advice from father to a son who has recently qualified as a doctor, this book is also aimed at all young doctors, as well as patients who have had bad experiences with conventional medicine and medical personnel.
Howard shares stories from his own life, some medical and some personal, and discusses the characteristics of a good doctor. His main focus is on improving relationships between doctors and patients, and the book identifies potential problems and offers practical solutions.
“The increasing technological side of medicine is submerging and often drowning out the human side, the doctor-patient relationship,” Howard says. “It is important that newly qualified doctors are aware of the reasons for this and don’t let it happen.”
“So You’re a Doctor Now”
By Charles Howard
Hardcover | 6 x 9 in | 118 pages | ISBN 9781483402901
Softcover | 6 x 9 in | 118 pages | ISBN 9781483402888
E-Book | ISBN 9781483402895
About the Author
Charles Howard studied medicine at Guy’s Hospital, England, and trained as an orthopedic surgeon in Cardiff and Oxford, specializing in pediatric orthopedics. He immigrated to Israel and worked in Beer-Sheva and then in Hadassah University Hospital in Jerusalaem, where he became a professor of orthopedic surgery. He went half-time about 10 years ago to devote more time to research and received a bachelor’s degree in environmental studies from Open University. He is active in environmental activities and spends time researching orthopedics, agates digenesis, developing a garden to protect native Negev species of plants animals and insects, crack formations in rocks and meteorites. More information is available at http://www.charlesbhoward.com.
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