Editorial Reviews. About the Author. Philip Allen Green, MD, is board certified in emergency download People of the ER: Read 93 Books Reviews - ruthenpress.info Editorial Reviews. Review. "We meet an amazing cast of characters who come through the D. Lesslie. Religion & Spirituality Kindle eBooks @ ruthenpress.info Tales of the ER: The Dawn of Emergency Medicine - Kindle edition by Carl Werne Young Adult Biography eBooks; # in Medical Professional Biographies.
|Language:||English, Spanish, Arabic|
|Genre:||Fiction & Literature|
|Distribution:||Free* [*Register to download]|
Project Gutenberg · 59, free ebooks. Hollowmell by E. R. Burden. Book Cover . Download; Bibrec Download This eBook. Free kindle book and epub digitized and proofread by Project Gutenberg. The Gadget: The Cool-er, a lower (compared to the Kindle) priced eBook reader that lacks built-in wireless functionality and a hardware.
Lesslie draws open the curtain on the lives, the dramas, and the close human connections hidden away behind hospital walls events that, day and night, reveal nurses, doctors, patients, friends, even strangers to be angels in disguise.
Readers will gain a window on some of life's greatest wonders and mysteries as they share intimate joys and struggles of people just like them. What would you like to know about this product? Please enter your name, your email and your question regarding the product in the fields below, and we'll answer you in the next hours.
You can unsubscribe at any time. Enter email address. Welcome to Christianbook.
Sign in or create an account. Search by title, catalog stock , author, isbn, etc. Angels on the Night Shift: Robert D.
Wishlist Wishlist. Surviving a surgical internship Salvatore Iaquinta. Product details File Size: October 11, Sold by: English ASIN: Enabled X-Ray: Not Enabled. Share your thoughts with other customers. Write a customer review. Read reviews that mention well written trauma room highly recommend thank him for sharing recommend this book emergency medicine emergency room page turner doctors and nurses beautifully written read by dr green life and death hope to find way with words quick read read a lot book to anyone stories of people author is way doctor of emergency.
Showing of 94 reviews. Top Reviews Most recent Top Reviews. There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later. Kindle Edition Verified download. The author has a very unique perspective for a medical writer, focusing on the stories of people and how they meet his own in the ER. Many books by doctors focus heavily on the doctor's experience with patients mostly serving the role of set pieces. This book, like Trauma Room Two, does a great job of avoiding that trap.
I finished another book by this author Trauma Room Two and immediately went looking for another one. This book was also a collection of short stories from the ER and medical emergencies outside the ER and glimpses into his own life.
So the setting is the ER and extends out to the nearby ranches and mountains, both beautiful and exciting. Green writes so beautifully, so simply that it is like poetry. This book had the most intense and real presentation of grief and suicide that I can ever remember reading. And I read a lot! It touched me deeply and I found myself wanting to share it with someone, immediately.
But, it was so real and dug so deep that I actually was afraid to share. I know people who have suffered the type grief that was exposed in the story and was literally afraid that if they had managed to climb from that place of constant pain, that this might drag them back.
But, if you can face it--the writing is beautiful and it is a story of love. Green shares his own emotional burnout and questioning of why he does this for a living! I could relate to his confession that he has trouble just enjoying simple things This may sound crazy but if your days are filled with caring for the aftermath of simple things going bad, people and children hurt or even dying then it makes sense.
I thank him for sharing himself in this book. And I thank him for sharing the glimpses of coworkers and, of course, the patients that pass through his life.
This, like Philip's first book, Trauma Room 2, is written with great compassion and understanding of the human soul and the impact of sudden illness or tragedy on not only the patient, but the doctor and the hospital staff serving the patient.
If I am ever in an emergency situation I most certainly hope that someone like Dr. Green is there to help me. I think his books are the way that Philip works through the intensity of his ongoing experiences and responsibilities. It is hard to fathom how any one person can carry the burden and angst of what ER doctors and staff go through on a regular basis. Yet Philip brings this home in compelling language from his heart to ours.
It makes me appreciate even more deeply the people who are there to serve any of us in a moment of tremendous urgency and pain. I would recommend this book to my friends. I feel like Dr. Green gave me stories of patients in the emergency room and he left me with an appreciation for life and death.
He showed me people at their most vulnerable time and he treated them with compassion. I couldn't put this book down at times.
I got so involved with the person and the situation they were in that I ended up caring about the patient. This was an interesting and eye opening novel. I was an EMT, and I am a nurse and a teacher of nursing.
This book is a series of such reflections, on life stories and the people who tell them, who live them. It made me think. It gave me more insight. It succeeds in looking like an iPod and being available in a lot of colors, but fails in usability and design.
The only thing going for it is that it works as an eBook reader if reading is the most important part of the package which it is, to many people. Also, it's quite a bit lighter than the Kindle 2, so you can easily hold it with one hand while you're brushing your teeth, lying in bed, or using the bathroom. Advertisement The problem comes from the interface—it feels very much like a Chinese knockoff.
The giant iPod design, with the D-Pad scrollwheel acting as both a menu selector and a page turner, isn't the best way to read a book. Meaning, you can only turn pages with either your right or left hand if it's in landscape mode , making reading slightly more awkward.
The onscreen UI is also indicative of it being made by a smaller company; it works, but you have to conform to the interface rather than the other way around.