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When doctors become patients

Robert Klitzman

When doctors become patients

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Published by Oxford University Press in New York, NY .
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StatementRobert Klitzman.
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LC ClassificationsR
The Physical Object
Paginationx, 333 p. ;
Number of Pages333
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Open LibraryOL22769256M
ISBN 109780195327670


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Out of 5 starsWhen Doctors Become Patients needs a book doctor. Reviewed in the United States on Decem Verified Purchase. The subject is of interest and examined from a variety of psychological and social perspectives. The author knows what he's talking about, and he lets the reader know that as well5(11).

The result is a remarkable book,When Doctors Become Patients, which helps illuminate the medical profession's mind-set under duress. "-- The Associated Press "Dr. Robert Klitzman, himself a physician who has faced serious illness, gives a fascinating degree portrait of what happens when those charged with healing others unexpectedly find 5(11).

For many doctors, their role as powerful healer precludes thoughts of ever getting sick themselves. When they do, it initiates a profound shift of awareness-- not only in their sense of their selves, which is invariably bound up with the invincible doctor role, but in the way that they view their patients and the doctor-patient relationship.

While some books have been writt5(3). When Doctors Become Patients Robert Klitzman. The first systematic look at what Jung called the phenomenon of "wounded healers" Weaves together intimate, personal interviews with health care providers who have fallen ill, to provide a rich portrait of the psychology of doctors, the nature of human illness, and the pitfalls of our health care system.

PDF | On May 1,Ira B. Wilson published When doctors become patients | Find, read and cite all the research you need on ResearchGateEstimated Reading Time: 5 mins. The result is a remarkable book, "When Doctors Become Patients," which helps illuminate the medical profession's mind-set under duress.

Estimated Reading Time: 3 mins. Columbia University Medical Center psychiatrist Dr. Robert Klitzman explores that question in his latest book, When Doctors Become Patients. Its based on Dr.

Klitzmans own experience as a patient, and on interviews with more than 70 men and women who have experienced both sides of medicine, as doctors and as ted Reading Time: 7 mins. Many doctors dread illness because they are acutely aware of modern medicines weaknesses and limitations. Albert Klitzman interviewed doctors who were patients for his book, When Doctors Become Patients, [Doctors as patients] also became aware of how many mistakes are made, like the wrong dose of ted Reading Time: 10 mins.

When Doctors Become Patients. By Eric D. Manheimer. Sept. 2, FRANK SINATRAS greatest hits album, filtered through the jet engine noise of Estimated Reading Time: 5 mins. When Doctors Become Patients.

It started out like any other night. My wife took a shower, put on a T-shirt and some sweatpants, and walked downstairs to let the dogs out one final time for the evening. I heard her close the front door as I laid in bed watching the news. Its odd how one look can change things.

What Happens When Doctors Become Patients. Renowned Writer Anna Quindlen Jumped at the Chance to Find Out and a dozen of her books-including seven of her novels-have appeared on the New York Times bestsellers list.

Over the years, she has given much thought to the doctor-patient relationship and believes, she says, that. For many doctors, their role as powerful healer precludes thoughts of ever getting sick themselves.

When they do, it initiates a profound shift of awareness-- not only in their sense of their selves, which is invariably bound up with the "invincible doctor" role, but in the way that they view their patients and the doctor-patient relationship.

For many doctors, their role as powerful healer precludes thoughts of ever getting sick themselves. When they do, it initiates a profound shift of awareness-- not only in their sense of their selves, which is invariably bound up with the invincible doctor role, but in the way that they view their patients and the doctor-patient relationship.

While some books have been written from first-person. Readers are treated to Konner's recollection of remarkable patients he saw on each rotation and the doctors who shaped his education along each step of his path.

Konner's path to medical sch Unlike many books written about a doctor's medical training, this one focused solely on Konner's clinical rotations, leaving out the first two years of 5. Columbia psychiatrist Robert Klitzman based on his own experience as a patient and interviews with doctors who have been patients has written a book titled When Doctors Become Patients Estimated Reading Time: 5 mins.

Read When Doctors Become Patients Ebook Free. Taneshabushong. Doctors Terry Dubrow Paul Nassif Advise When and If Patients Should Return to Original Doctor. People. AIIMS becomes dengue den; doctors among patients - NewsX.

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By Robert Klitzman. New York, Oxford University Press, ISBN: Article. When a doctor became a patient. When a doctor became a patient. For thirty years, former CEENTA Ophthalmologist Michael Rotberg, MD, was a skilled doctor who knew a great deal about medical care.

However, when he was diagnosed with cancer inhe realized there was one thing he didnt know: how to be a patient. It is commonly said (especially by nurses and wives) that doctors make terrible patients. When Doctors Become Patients is a serious and insightful exploration of the point. Certainly, many physician-patients have written critically about the way they were treated as patients, mainly focusing on their treatment as human beings.

This book takes. There are several important and real stories in What Doctors Feel regarding stresses of medical life and how they affect the medical care that doctors offer their patients. It also explains how emotions permeate the doctor-patient relationship.

Around the same time, I found an amazing book written by Irvin D. ted Reading Time: 9 mins. Undoctored: Why Health Care Has Failed You and How You Can Become Smarter Than Your Doctor by William Davis, MD. This is another book that your patients might be picking up, and its vital to know their perspective.

Plus, it was written by an MD who offers a unique lens on the conundrum youll likely relate to. Once doctors become patients, many begin to recognize major flaws in the healthcare system that had previously gone unnoticed. What may seem to us like small inconveniences (long wait times, or uncomfortable office temperatures, or outdated magazines in the waiting room) become a really big deal when YOU are the patient.

A doctors sense of identity often is strongest in a health care setting. However, becoming a patient precipitates a drastic change in authority, duty, privacy, and even attire.

Earlier this year, a colleague was in the hospital for workup of a cluster of symptoms. On a personal level, she experienced a momentary loss of identity, increased. Double booking patients is difficult and destructive. Hans Duvefelt, MD. Physician. Octo Not only have we shortened medical appointments to 15 minutes - we sometimes double book them.

I get the feeling that non-providers think of this as something fairly ordinary, and even reasonable. But it is often a very difficult and. A Few Great Books Written by Doctors You Should Read That's the argument made by Eric Topol in his new book The Patient Will and the long road that led to how immunization has become.

The Doctor is Overbooked. By EVAN FALCHUK. At the New York Times City Room Blog, Joel Cohen writes: my wife and I are convinced that all medical students should have to pass Overbooking before they can become and again, we arrive at a doctors aptly named waiting room on or before the scheduled time.

Doctors Tell All-and Its Bad. A crop of books by disillusioned physicians reveals a corrosive doctor-patient relationship at the heart of our health-care ted Reading Time: 8 mins.

The Patient Narrative Perri Klass The Family Room Teri Reynolds On Not Becoming Doctor Kay Redfield Jamison Magic Hands Thomas C. Gibbs On Working with Cadavers Marion Bishop Going to Abilene Elissa Ely Sine Qua Non Peter D.

Kramer The Doctor in Middle Age Charles Bardes A Doctor of None Zaldy S. Tan Brand: Norton, W. Company, Inc.   This is a fascinating read for any doctor who is interested in changing their own (or their patients') habits.

Thinking Fast and Slow. by Daniel Kahneman - Check out the book on Amazon. This book is all about decision-making and it proposes that we basically make decisions in two ways-fast, intuitive thinking and slower, rational ted Reading Time: 8 mins.

Patients are more satisfied with their care when doctors share their medical notes. But letting patients see what doctors put in medical records has long been taboo. That's starting to change.

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You dont need to publish a long book a hundred pages in paperback form is more than enough. Hand them out to your patients, and you will see results immediately. In their minds, you will become more than a doctor or specialist you took the time to write a book so you must be special.

Authors are always viewed with respect and. About 16 percent of all patients bring a companion -- a spouse, adult child, parent or friend -- to their doctor's appointments, according to a study in The Journal of Family Practice.

The doctor cannot afford, at least if he wants to preserve his income, to spend a lot of time with any one patient, and addicts denied their drugs can easily use up hours of the doctors time.

Today, the patient is well. After indicating how happy I am for the patient, we had a hug that transmitted the essence of the doctor-patient relationship. No words are needed to explain why I wanted to become a doctor. Arvan is a professor and division chief of the Division of Metabolism, Endocrinology and Diabetes.

Doctors is a novel by Erich Segal that deals with the Harvard Medical School class ofwith emphasis on the two main characters, Barney Livingston and Laura Castellano. They grew up next to each other and always aspired to be doctors, eventually ending up in medical school together.

There they meet the other characters who also came to become doctors. The beloved doctor from TLCs hit weight loss transformation show My Lb Life has a way for everyone to learn insider information about what he tells his patients. Keep reading to find out how to diet like the stars on My Lb Life.

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Some experts also argue that when doctors try to detach themselves emotionally from their patients, the quality of their work suffers. Jodi Halpern, a professor of bioethics and medical humanities at the University of California, Berkeley, believes that emotional detachment prevents doctors from understanding their patients and getting important clues about what they need in their care.Become a patient Registration specialists are available by phone Monday through Friday, AM to PM, by calling () If it's outside of business hours, or you'd prefer a Reliant team member to contact you, fill out the form below and a registration specialist will call you to complete the registration process.