The Surprising Lives of Small-Town Doctors by Paul Dhillon

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In The Surprising Lives of Small-Town Doctors, physicians put down their stethoscopes and pick up their pens to share some of the most frightening and pivotal moments of their careers. From making igloo house calls to bandaging animal bites to performing surgeries they may have only read about in textbooks, these young doctors speak of the many rewards of practising medicine in small communities. They also detail the fears, failures, and challenges of providing health care in the farthest reaches of our country--where the need for doctors is the greatest. Collectively, these stories capture the spirit, innovation, and resilience of these rural doctors and the communities they serve.
 

About Paul Dhillon

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Dr. Paul Dhillon practises rural and remote medicine in Saskatchewan and is a Reservist Captain with 16 Field Ambulance in the Canadian Armed Forces. He recently worked in an Ebola treatment centre in Sierra Leone and, in 2016 will be working in the high north arctic and the Falkland Islands. He is co-founder of The Review Course in Family Medicine.
 
Published April 22, 2016 by University of Regina Press. 238 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs, Health, Fitness & Dieting, Education & Reference, Professional & Technical. Non-fiction

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