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by Paul Austin
Author: Paul Austin
Publisher: W.W. Norton & Co. Ltd.; 1st edition (2008)
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In this riveting memoir, an ER doctor reveals how his high-stress career of helping others led to a struggle to. .
In this riveting memoir, an ER doctor reveals how his high-stress career of helping others led to a struggle to save himself. It turns out there are all kinds of things about working in an ER that most of us haven't learned from TV or having sat in one. In Something for the Pain. This is a combination personal narrative of the life of author Paul Austin and a behind-the-scenes look at a busy ER. Either one would have been enough for a fascinating book, but somehow combining the two diluted the power of each. A college dropout who went on to become a carpenter and firefighter before returning to school and eventually becoming a doctor, Austen is also a good writer.
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Paul Austin, an emergency-room doctor, is the author of two memoirs: Something for the Pain and Beautiful Eyes. He lives in Durham, North Carolina. Zasady dotyczące zamieszczania opinii. Библиографические данные.
Something for the Pain : Compassion and Burnout in the E.
Something for the Pain : Compassion and Burnout in the ER. by Paul Austin.
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His own life becomes Exhibit A, as he details the emotional detachment that estranges him from himself and his family.
Something for the pain. Austin pursued a roundabout path to a medical degree and emergency medicine
Something for the pain. Austin pursued a roundabout path to a medical degree and emergency medicine. After dropping out of college to spend nine years as a full-time firefighter and a part-time carpenter, he returned to college at age 27. Enrolled at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, he took a job as a nursing assistant in the ER at North Carolina Memorial Hospital, which introduced him to his chosen field. He vividly tells all the usual stories of ER crises: men and women with heart attacks or strokes, gunshot and accident victims, violent, vomiting drunks. Tool bag. Night shift. Something so personal. Published 2008 by . Norton & Co. in New York.