Trust Me, I’m a (Junior) Doctor
by Max Pemberton
Editor: Hodder & Stoughton General Division
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If you are going to be ill, it is best to avoid the first Wednesday in August.This is the day when young doctors graduate to their first internships and begin to face having to put into practice what they have spent the last six years of learningLeaving the evening before he started working as a doctor, this book Max Pemberton diagrams is touching and funny journey through his first year in the NHSProgressing the idealism of youth frankly stray, Max realizes how little his work is about “saving people” and how much of his time is taken up by signing forms and trying to understand all the important things that no one has yet explained, for example, the crucial question of how to know if someone is dead or notAlong the way, Max and his budding colleagues of doctors grapple with the complicated issues of life, love, mental health and how on earth to take the time to do your laundryAll Creatures, Big and Small meets Bridget jones’s Diary, it’s with humor and accessible glance in a world that you would normally need a medical degree to witness
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