So You Want to Be A Brain Surgeon?

ISBN 13: 9780192627469

So You Want to Be A Brain Surgeon?

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9780192627469: So You Want to Be A Brain Surgeon?

Despite its intentionally misleading title, this book collects the life stories of over 90 experts from an enormous range of medical specialties. Each of them presents an account of the medical path he or she has chosen. Each section gives the reader a unique insight into what it's like to work in a particular field. The information is presented in a entertaining and accessible manner and enables the reader to make a quick comparison of the different specialties based on the informal insight these personal stories provide.

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About the Author:

Christopher Ward, Student Admissions Sub-Dean, Charing Cross and Westminster Medical School. Simon Eccles, Senior House Officer in Accident and Emergency, Homerton Hospital, London.

Review:

`can be recommended to a wide audience from enthusiastic sixth-formers to bewildered SHOs, as well as to their mentors who can't hope to know it all ... It is easy to use and readily accessible, without being too superficial ... This is an attractive, well presented compendium which deserves
an extensive distribution and much success.'
Charing Cross Hospital Newsletter

`Chris Ward and Simon Eccles provide an excellent offering of possible career choices in medicine ... It is the most up to date, detailed and comprehensive vocational guide for medical students and junior doctors. The text is easy to read and well laid out ... The book is sensitively written
throughout, and intelligently dispels the stereotypes which are attached to the various specialties. Readers will certainly enjoy the mixture of writing styles of the two authors which, in combination, when give a full frontal picture of each possible career choice ... this book is a must for
anyone in medicine who is unsure about which career path to pursue.'
Ayan S Panja, Student BMJ Volume 5 December 1997

"... an effective and entertaining tool in helping to make the most important decision in your medical career ... could be your smallest investment into your biggest decision." University of Toronto Medical Journal (vol.75, no.2, March 1998)

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