Incredible historical account of the development of medical pedagogy and the science and art of medicine.Published 3 months ago by mkm
Paperback book. Material is what it is but print is too small if you are over 35 yrs old.Published 3 months ago by J. Breckenridge
Presenting the history of medicine through the lives of these well chose physicians was a brilliant idea.
His superb prose style brings each of them to life as individuals.
Although somewhat over-written (could have used more disciplined editing) the late Dr. Nuland's writing is always compelling and very worth reading.Published 6 months ago by Sky Master
A must read for all involved in healthcare. This book has a historical context to our current system from a masterful writer.Published 7 months ago by EHB
This was required reading for a course taken about the History of Medical Science. It is well written, though sometimes too loquacious. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Tom Wilson
Thoughtful, well researched, wonderfully written. I use it as reference for teaching my course on History of Medicine and Dentistry.Published 11 months ago by Spili2
I didn't think I would like this type of book. It is very informative and a somewhat different read than what I am used to reading. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Commando Big