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Body Language: Poems of the Medical Training Experience

18th March 2007

In Body Language physicians and medical students chronicle their challenging, often harrowing experiences.

The anthology is broken into six sections: Medical Student, First Year; Second Year; Clinical Years; Intern; Resident; and Attending. Other anthologies have featured poems about medicine and healthcare, but the approach of this collection-poems written by doctors-in-training proceeding step-by-step through the medical training experience-is unique in medical literature. By presenting physicians who are also skilled poets addressing a diverse range of medical situations, Body Language offers fascinating insights into the inner world of people who regularly face life-and-death decisions.

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Article Id: 2203
Date Added: 18th Mar 2007

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