It takes what could be a very dry subject and makes it easily digestible.
The first book describes the development of the medical profession in early America providing a fascinating look at the social evolution of American society.
I highly recommend this book to anyone in the health care industry or anyone interested in the history of American medicine.
Not really enough details-really vague retelling of historical events regarding progress of the humanities throughout the growth of health and medicine.Published 10 days ago by Amanda Davis
If you are at all interested in how the practice (and administration) of American medicine has reached its present state, this book is a must-read. Read morePublished 5 months ago by homecritic
bought this book for a college class, but found the book to be very informative and interesting to read. item arrived in good condition and on time.Published 6 months ago by Ga_Peach
This book really creates such an interesting picture of the development of American medicine, and sheds a lot of light on today's problems.Published 9 months ago by Jessica Principe
This is a book. Not much to say, except you get exactly what you pay for...words on a page. Interesting stuff!Published 9 months ago by Boone
book was reiceved way before the date it said it would and had some highlighting and a few notes but other than that great buy! only 90 cents plus shipping made it less than $5!!Published 17 months ago by Becca Birge
I found myself to begin to experience an understanding of facets of the medical establishment which had been previously obscure to me because of tolerance borne of familiar... Read morePublished 17 months ago by Stewart Taylor Jr
So, who decided that a middle class profession would walk on water? Of course I am referring to physicians. Read morePublished 20 months ago by Thanksohio