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What Seems To Be The Problem?

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en Limba Engleză Hardback – 07 Jul 2022

All doctors have the unusual opportunity of peering deep into the inner lives of their patients. In these riveting stories, award-winning GP, Laura Marshall-Andrews, recounts those moments in all their bizarre, comic and sometimes heart-wrenching beauty.

In so doing she fearlessly reveals the struggles of her profession and details how our health system has been broken by fragmentation, over-regulation and the blind dogma of ‘Evidence Based Medicine’. She shows how the factory-belt system has little space to allow or acknowledge the complexity of an individual’s life and she argues the need to value each patient’s unique story as being the key to their heath.

These stories demonstrate how humanity, belief and love, unquantifiable and beyond the reach of mass trial and hard evidence, are much more powerful motivators for good care and it is these that should be at the heart of all health-care decisions. 
  
At a time when the NHS has never been more needed or more beloved, this no-holds-barred account from a busy GP’s surgery at the NHS frontline is also a call for change.

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ISBN-13: 9780008445027
ISBN-10: 0008445028
Pagini: 272
Dimensiuni: 160 x 225 x 30 mm
Greutate: 0.46 kg
Editura: HarperCollins Publishers

Notă biografică

Dr Laura Marshall-Andrews is a GP in Brighton. She founded The Brighton Health and Wellbeing Centre, one of the country's first Integrated Practices, which has a vibrant Arts Programme and Complementary Health team. The practice won Innovators of the Year in the 2014 national GP awards and was a finalist in the Kate Granger Compassionate Care Awards in 2016. She sits on the council of the College of Medicine and is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts.