For There is Work to be Done: Poetry and Commentary [Book Review]

Journal of Medical Humanities 32 (3):245-250 (2011)

Abstract
Poetry illuminates the work of health care professionals well beyond procedure guidelines, clinic schedules or best practice policy. Poems and commentary from the perspective of a nurse, an emergency medical technician and two physicians are accompanied by an exploration of the meaning of work and the role of medical humanities
Keywords Medical humanities  Poetry  Health professions  Literature and medicine  Nursing  Medical education
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DOI 10.1007/s10912-011-9141-9
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