What Patients Taught Me A Medical Student"s Journey by Audrey Young

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Subjects:

  • Medicine, Rural,
  • Physician and patient,
  • Medical Schools,
  • Physician-Patient Interaction,
  • United States,
  • Biography / Autobiography,
  • Physician & Patient,
  • Medical,
  • Personal Memoirs,
  • Medical students,
  • Medical - Physicians,
  • Medical / Education & Training,
  • Education & Training,
  • Young, Audrey,,
  • Biography,
  • M.D

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The Physical Object
FormatHardcover
Number of Pages240
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL8697277M
ISBN 101570613966
ISBN 109781570613968

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What Patients Taught Me: A Medical Student's Journey Audrey Young, Author Sasquatch Books $ (p) ISBN Buy this book A. What Patients Taught Me | In this deeply human memoir, Audrey Young uses her skills as a keen observer of people and recorder of details to track her development as a doctor and, ultimately, as a person.

She chronicles her experiences as a medical student in the most remote regions of the American West and Africa and it is in these remote areas where Young's education truly begins. What Being a Patient Taught Me as a Student. Submitted by Adam Bennett on - am CDT "I hear and I forget.

I see and I remember. I do and I understand." -Confucius. When I first heard these words I was a first-year dental student, newly exposed to the concepts of interprofessional education and collaborative practice (IPECP).

Straightforward account of Young’s time in a program that apprentices students to rural physicians. The author, now a staff physician at the University of Washington, was a medical student there when she learned of WWAMI, a program that exposes medical students to rural medicine in Washington, Wyoming, Alaska, Montana, and : Audrey Young.

I absolutely respect the sanctity of the doctor-patient relationship — it is this special and unique bond that allows doctors to become better doctors, but only if they truly listen to their patients.

I have listened and this is what my patients have taught me over all these years: 1. “One-size-fits-all” medicine doesn’t work.

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Audrey Young; With sensitive observation and graceful prose, this book explores some of the difficult and deeply personal questions a year-old doctor confronts with her very first dying patient, and continues to struggle with as she strives to become a good doctor.

In her travels, the doctor attends to terminal. Lessons My Patients Taught Me: Memoirs of a Family Physician Paperback – Janu by Michael E.

Day M.D. (Author) out of 5 stars 2 ratings5/5(2). This massive shortcoming puts patient safety at risk, jeopardizes our patients' quality of life and adds costs to the health care system.

According to the NIH, health literacy -- or lack of it. A Lesson a Patient Taught Me About Dying. The following was originally posted to Dr. Linda. Being the intern on the team, I knew the scut work belonged to me.

Every medical student understands the hierarchy of the medical team and there was just no way around that. Carrying the heavy green copy of Harrison’s Book of Internal. Teach Interactively Outcome assessments help nurses quickly assess their patients and focus teaching on what patients need to learn most.

Teach effectively Peer-reviewed health information, low-reading levels and vivid illustrations make complex health information simple to understand and easier to teach.

Caring for dying patients is an honourable task which has shown me not only what is important professionally but within my own life as well. Palliative care has taught me how to be a good nurse, because this is a stage where everything seems magnified and time becomes critically important.

B told Christie that with her aches and pains, she'd lost the energy to even read a book and lamented that all she did now was watch reruns of old movies on TV. B's story. I now recalled Christie telling me about Ms.

B's background. This year-old patient had. As she writes in the Preface, "Patients teach things that the wisest and most revered physicians cannot, and their lessons are in this book." In another sense, of course, Dr.

Young herself is the central character of these stories; this is an account of her journey into doctoring. The author first takes us to Bethel, a Yupik Eskimo town on the. Nursing patients has taught me the art of: (1) Patience. Funny how the more we deal with patients, the more we either gain or lose our patience.

For myself, I find myself actually more patient with situations at work–I’ve learned to deal with difficult people and. Get this from a library. What patients taught me: a medical student's journey. [Audrey Young, M.D.]. Get this from a library. What patients taught me: a medical student's journey.

[Audrey Young, M.D.] -- The author shares stories from her work as a student at the University of Washington Medical School where she participated in a special program that sent medical students to work in rural areas.

12 hours ago  The attending physicians who trained me taught me to recognize the way my agitated patients calmed when a loved one entered the room, the way a.

Knowing that others feel the same things is an enormous comfort. Three novels that taught me a lot about life were J.D. Salinger's The Catcher in the Rye, Joan Didion's Play It as It Lays, and Marilyn French's The Women's Room.

Each spoke to me at different stages in my life and opened my mind to new possibilities.". Linda taught me the importance of slowing down.

Among the best gifts we, as physicians, can give our patients, whether in the exam room or. The NOOK Book (eBook) of the What Patients Taught Me: A Medical Student's Journey by Audrey Young at Barnes & Noble.

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5. Nursing has taught me that I can handle WAY more than I thought I could. I can be up all day & work all night with no problem (not every night of course but sometimes). I can take care of between sick patients & still get my charting done & leave.

I remember a particular patient from 20 years ago for a very different reason. I recall him clearly because he rejected my medical advice to him with aplomb. Although I haven’t seen him for two decades, I will never forget him.

He taught me a lesson, which is not surprising since patients. Recently one of us attended a daylong retreat designed to help doctors communicate more effectively with patients.

The course was taught by a colleague with whom we had consulted in the past on patient-related matters but who was known better by his reputation, which was almost laughably stereotypical: brilliant technically, but stunted when it came to interacting with people. Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America South Clark Street SuiteArlington, VA Phone: ASTHMA ().

From talking a lot to patients,knowing about their experiences there are innumerable life experiences that I have learned.

However I would like to share this one. I happened to came across this one of the strongest lady who met with a severe a. The special nurse-patient connection formed as a result is important in fostering trust, which encourages the patient to follow through on the various things you will teach them as part of good nursing care.

Patients may be sick but they are not unintelligent and they can sense if the nurse is. Generally speaking, people are not admitted to the hospital to catch up on their sleep. Not much could be farther from the truth. They are admitted to the hospital for 24 hour nursing care.

Here are a few of the things that nursing has taught me about life. This book is the ode to the relationship between doctors and patients which is written in the fashion of the Canterbury tales.

It is a must-read book for all the medical students: there are memorable stories from anaesthesiologists, heart surgeons and many others. The patients won’t tell you about the technicality of their disease, obviously, but what I learned from them are lessons that are deeper than the things you could read in a medical book.

So, these are the things I learned from my patients, in chronological order of my rotation as a clinical clerk. In the time I have spent in nursing school, my patients have taught me more than I could possibly keep track of and more than I could ever thank them for. Here are 12 of those lessons, which I will carry with me forever.

It is equally as important to love the people who don’t appreciate you, as it. MedForms’® Patient Education booklets are distributed by Briggs Corporation and can be ordered online by clicking here or by calling Briggs at Briggs will customize the cover of the Patient Education Books with your agency logo and information.

Former Christchurch Boys' High head boy Jake Bailey has released a book, "What Cancer Taught Me". (Video first published in May ) Cancer survivor Jake Bailey, who captured the world following. If I could go back and live my younger years all over again, I would choose FFA every time.

The experiences I had through FFA provided me with real-world opportunities to learn lessons I still carry with me today. Here are four things FFA taught me that you can’t learn from a book.

It’s OK to shake in your boots a bit. The last eighteen months which I have spent as a patient may not have given me a diagnosis, but it sure has taught me a lot about parenting. Twelve years ago, while pregnant with twins, I read What to Expect When Expecting and The Happiest Baby on the Block in preparation for being a “perfect mother.”.Michelson is the CEO of a company that works with patients to get the best possible care—not only from the best possible physicians (though that often factors in), but also through guiding them through the process described in this book, one that shifts the role of care director over to the patient.It was one of the first books my mom taught me to read, launching a lifelong love of books.

When I became an aunt, reading became a favorite pastime with my niece and my nephews, and it wasn’t unusual for me to make sure they had access to Dr. Seuss, because his whimsical writing style was as much fun for me as it was for them.

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