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Life and death are spun to poetry in A Doctor Dies and Other Stories. A legless veteran leaves footprints in the snow. Boys carry the casket of a friend up ice-covered church steps. A son asks to dress his deceased father in boots and jacket as he and his mother await the funeral director on a winter morning. A boy finds a pop sickle stick lodged in the ice on a February day. For Evelyn and Smiley, a romantic taunt on a frigid night stops time between Ted's Dairy and Vietnam.
Within these 15 stories, Joseph Chamberlin, also the author of My Father Frank, the Story of a Priest, the Woman He Loved, and the Sons They Left Behind, builds a world of ordinary heroes.
What kind of residency life do you have or expect? Tired, burned out, miserable? What kind of residency life do you WANT? Come home early from work, be well-liked by others, have quality time to spend with family and friends? Dr. Jenny Yi shares her experience and lessons she has learned to live happy, fulfilling life during residency. She provides practical advice and answers the following How-To questions below: Table of contentHOW TO Manage TimeHow to have a life outside of residencyHow to NOT get burned out during residencyHow to manage time when you are very busyHow to find time to exerciseHow to find time to do "extra" How to make time for your babies/kidsHOW TO Work with OthersHow to work with nursesHow to work with attendingsHow to work with peer residentsHow to work with administrationHow to NOT be the resident that no one likesHOW TO Do Your WorkHow to be organizedHow to take care of patientsHow to present to attendingsHow to write notesHow to be a great doctorHOW TO Do the Rest How to study for board exam How to get a jobHow to determine what a job entailsHow to determine where you want to workHow to pay off your debt
Sammy Long's daughter has a bad heart, her condition is worsening and there's only one doctor Sammy trusts with the operation, Dr. Tom Stratton... Sammy is a married woman, but she is far from happy. Her husband neglects her needs and doesn't care for their daughter in the least. When Sammy meets doctor Tom Stratton he declines to perform surgery on her sick daughter, claiming that he's too busy. Dr. Stratton is filthy rich and there may be only one way for Sammy to convince him to help her daughter and it might require cheating on her husband and fully giving herself to the doctor. It's been so long since anybody has really shown any affection toward Sammy, and Tom Stratton is obviously taking a liking to her. Will this filthy rich doctor be the answer to all of Sammy's problems? Find out if Sammy can save her sick daughter by obeying the every wish of the billionaire doctor!
What was the pastor of New Day Temple of Faith thinking, approving the creation of the New Day Singles Ministry? Better yet, what were its members thinking when they joined?
From Helen Stephens, author and illustrator of How to Hide a Lion, Fleabag, and Gracie Grabbit and the Tiger, comes a brilliant first experiences series, perfect for children aged 2+. Betsy has a sore ear, and when Mummy takes her to the doctor for the first time, she feels a bit worried. Luckily she finds a friend in the waiting room. These fun, reassuring and heart-warming stories are great for introducing concepts. Little ones will love relating to Betsy's early experiences. Have you collected all of Betsy's adventures? Besty Goes to School; Betsy Goes to the Doctor; Betsy Makes a Splash; and, Betsy Visits her Grandparents.
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