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I can see this book being useful to a wide range of prospective/practicing medical personnel and administrative support staff, including individuals from the medical billing or insurance fields. Patients can also glean valuable information from the stories told here. Narrator, Eric Martin, brings life to the anecdotes found within Radiologists at Work, giving us a fantastic reading that I wish could have gone on for a while longer. Overall, I thoroughly enjoyed this well-written book.
(I was provided a free copy of this audiobook in exchange for my unbiased review. Many thanks to narrator for this opportunity!)
Much to learn and assimilate about the preparations for practice, problems and joys of the field, and historical perspectives regarding radiology/radiologists. My own perspective comes from having been a nurse in various settings over many years, but my time has been in the North Central US, and those interviewed worked in the Southeast US. This compendium is very well written and many who are not paramedical personnel should be able to benefit from the humane aspects as well as much of the humor. Bottom line is that I loved it! The publisher's blurb gives hints and there is no need to recap the book here.
Eric Martin proved to be an excellent narrator for this one.
I requested and received a free review copy from the publisher, author, or narrator courtesy of AudioBookBOOM.
Radiologists at Work … has stories that are Laugh Out Loud funny, others that cause me to cringe in that fascinated sort of way. There is a wonderful description of a skeleton that made my 7 year old giggle, so I read him the next story about a pitchfork that caused us to have a biology lesson on the metarsals. I’ll read him some other stories, being sure to scan first as most are well beyond a PG rating.
Which brings me to another joy of this book. I can read it with constant interruptions. I do not have the luxury of uninterrupted hours to read a book, and this format fits perfectly.
The book is full of interesting insights on so many subjects. I always enjoy how Carolyn shows where stereotypes come from and explains the actual people who may be different because of their circumstances. She helps me, and I hope all who read her books, increase my understanding and tolerance of our differences.
I was once a medical assistant and I sold imaging compression software at the dawn of the current wave of telemedicine, so the subject interests me greatly. I recommend this book to all who enjoy learning a little bit about many subjects, even with no medical background. All you need is an interest in learning while being entertained. Carolyn is a master at weaving knowledge of many facets into her stories.
: Carolyn Jourdan
This is a short collection of interviews with radiologists that shares with common public, in language tha is understandable.The listener learns about early days in the field and progresses to modern practices. There are frightening, unusual, and a bit of humor in some of the stories.
The narration was well done by Eric Martin.
"I was voluntarily provided this review copy audiobook at no charge by the author, publisher and/or narrator."
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