1 edition of The art of medicine found in the catalog.
The art of medicine
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Julie Anderson, Emm Barnes, and Emma Shackleton ; foreword by Antony Gormley|
|Contributions||Shackleton, Emma, Barnes, Emm, Gormley, Antony|
|LC Classifications||N8223 .A53 2011|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2011019933|
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[The Art of Medicine] is a crossover book of great The art of medicine book to medical and art historians, ethnologists, and graphic designers. Highly recommended.” Highly recommended.” -- I. Richman, Pennsylvania State University, Harrisburg, ChoiceCited by: 6.
In the Art of Medicine, Dr. Thomas K. Szulc, M.D., a renowned integrative physician, explores the vast historical scientific support of what is the basis for a whole new paradigm of medicine and health. From Hermetic and Paracelsian teachings to 21st century advanced quantum physics, this sophisticated approach of diagnosis and treatment focuses on qualitative information rather than biochemical /5(13).
From the Back Cover. In The Art of Medicine, Toronto Western Hospital’s legendary internist Dr. Herbert Ho Ping Kong draws on his vast dossier of personal cases and five decades as a clinician, to examine the core principles of a patient-centred approach to diagnosis and treatment/5(8).
“[V]isually luxurious [The Art of Medicine] is a dramatic sojourn chronicling grotesque, burlesque, and beautiful representations of the human experience of visceral existence and transformations in the depiction of its meaning, understanding, and intellectual significance in Pages: The Art of Medicine book.
Read 7 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Since ancient times people have depended on medical practitioner /5. USA TODAY and Los Angeles Times Bestseller The science of medicine—how we treat The business of medicine—how we pay The art of medicine—how we care In this irreverent, persuasive book, Dr.
Halee Fischer-Wright draws on her 30 years of experience to explore why we need all three in balance if we want happier patients, lower costs, and better outcomes/5(46). This book teaches students, residents, and practicing physicians to think clearly about the logic, probability, and cognitive psychology of medical reasoning.
Simple examples, visual explanations, and historical context make the art of how doctors think fascinating and highly relevant to daily medical practice/5(5). Founded by healthcare professionals, Art of Medicine (AOM) Press aims to provide accessible contemporary science of medicine through our publications so that healthcare professionals have the necessary tools to effectively practice their art.
The Butchering Art: Joseph Lister's Quest to Transform the Grisly World of Victorian Medicine by Lindsey Fitzharris is a Scientific American/Farrar Straus and /5.
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Or, to use Kathryn Montgomery’s concept, to explore how the arts contribute to a clinician’s “practical reasoning.” 1 Contributors will use different art forms and different approaches to achieve this by: 1.
"Art, science, emotion, religion, and technology all play apart in this informative book that encourages us to transform our practice of medicine and strengthen the physician-patient relationship." --Dr.
Jessica Willett, MD, Emergency physician and humanitarian/5(28). The ancient Greeks used the term catharsis for the cleansing of both the body by medicine and the soul by art. In this inspiring book, internationally renowned cardiologist Andrzej Szczeklik draws deeply on our humanistic heritage to describe the artistry and the mystery of being a doctor.
Moving between examples ancient and contemporary, mythological and scientific, Catharsis explores how medicine and art share Cited by: Kitāb Kāmil al-ṣināʻah al-ṭibbīyah: al-maʻrūf bi-al-Malaki (The complete art of medicine) is the only known work by Ali Ibn al-Abbas al-Majusi (died ), also known by his Latinized name, Haly Abbas.
Al-Majusi was born near Shiraz, Persia (present-day Iran), early in the 10th century. Little is known about his background, but his nickname, al- Majusi, suggests that he or his father.
Like many large textbooks, Cecil Textbook of Medicine begins with a discourse on medicine as an art. 5 Its focus is the patient, defined as a fellow human seeking help because of a problem relating to his or her health. From this emerges the comment that for medicine as an art, its chief and characteristic instrument must be human by: 4.
The Science of the Art of Medicine: A Guide to Medical Reasoning by John E. Brush Jr., Harlan M. Krumholz M.D. Essential text book of preventive and social medicine is a teacher friendly book because it meets the long standing desire of teachers for a comprehensive text book that provides a balanced coverage of preventive and social Brand: Pathway Book Service.
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The poet and critic said that Sacks’ primary. Herophilus: The Art of Medicine in Early Alexandria: Edition, Translation and Essays. Herophilus, a contemporary of Euclid, practiced medicine in Alexandria in the third century B.C., and seems to have been the first Western scientist to dissect the human body.
Browse Medicine eBooks to read online or download in EPUB or PDF format on your mobile device and PC. "Sir William Osler, the father of western scientific medicine, said, ‘the practice of medicine is an art, not a trade, a calling, not a business; a calling in which your heart will be exercised equally with your head.’ Dr.
Claudia Welch stands in this great tradition. This book teaches students, residents, and practicing physicians to think clearly about the logic, probability, and cognitive psychology of medical reasoning.
Simple examples, visual explanations, and historical context make the art of how doctors think /5(2). For the ancient medicine man, though, supernatural forces played the most deterministic role in patients' fates. The village healer of antiquity underwent tedious training to attain certain mystical powers.
The medicine man would retire in isolation to "make medicine," that is, to learn the art Author: Rajeev Kurapati.
On the art of medicine, or de Arte, embodies as perhaps no other ancient text the full flower of the sophistic movement of the fifth century is a rhetorical epideixis in which forensic oratory, philosophy, and medicine are woven into an ambitious display of sophistic by: 9.