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I'm hoping someone who writes this well will put another book on my bookshelf someday.
Dr Austin allows the reader to see what it is really like for a person who works with life and death every day.
I found it highly engaging and would recommend it to every medical student interested in emergency medicine.
This book contains some decent stories from the ER, and an interesting look into the life and psychology of an ER physician. Read morePublished 16 days ago by Tyle Stelzig
Paul Austin is a good writer whose writing style really kept my interest. There were incredibly interesting stories of cases he saw in the Emergency Room; however, some of the... Read morePublished 19 days ago by I'd rather be at the Beach
As an ER nurse about to retire, the truth of what the author has written resonates with me. I had picked up the book looking for a quick twelve step fix for burnout. Read morePublished 1 month ago by L. Wilson
This an amazing book. I could not stop reading once I had begun. I can say without a doubt that as someone gearing up to begin the journey through medical school that this book... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Christopher Denny
This is a good account of life for one ER doctor. He presents both interesting medical events and stories from his personal life. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Sarah K K
This book was really on point. Expresses the simultaneous need for connection and disconnection while working in the emergency department, and working shifts. Not pretty.Published 7 months ago by rosycollier
Emergency medicine is not only about the adrenaline and drama. People seek you out when they are thier worst, when they need the most help. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Daniel Schultz