Reflections of a general practitioner. by Maurice Jacobs

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Genre/Form: Biography Autobiographies: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Jacobs, Maurice, Reflections of a general practitioner. London, Johnson [©]. This collection of personal reflections on the scientific methodology shows the observations and daily uses of an experienced practitioner.

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The criminal justice system has been in a state of flux in recent decades, accompanied by growing levels of insecurity and intolerance of crime and offenders among the general population. Along with government policy and practice, these developments are seen as contributing to an increasingly punitive system that imprisons more than ever before and seeks to punish and.

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Along with government policy and Cited by: As a General Practitioner (GP) and Undergraduate Teacher for the past 22 years, I want to muse and reflect on my career with a view to considering my lifetime of professional learning. This essay is my attempt to reach some sort of conclusion, and I hope that I can make this work thought-provoking - in this respect I hope that my credentials as Author: Lionel Jacobson.

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With its obsession for preventative medicine (laudable enough if it is offered rather than. His accounts of difficult and amusing situations, of cases common and uncommon, of successes and failures, give a really unique description of a general practitioner's work.

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Based on a non-hierarchical model ofCited by: 6. Frank Davidoff / American College of Physicians, £33, pp / ISBN 0 47 9 As George Silver, a great North American educationist, once remarked, medical education cannot lead medical practice: practice leads education. He was talking about the foundations, not interior decoration.

Medical schools certainly influence the fine points of decoration, but they Author: Julian Tudor Hart. Certain traditions that still shape the activities of the general practitioner are of ancient origin.

In feudal days the physician was retained by a wealthy-man and rewarded by quarters and food along with others of an extensive retinue. Notable personal services by the physician might be rewarded on occasion by special gifts. I have always loved people and sharing what I can contribute to who’s path I come upon.

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Doctor–patient relationships evolve over time and are built on regular consultations as well as other shared experiences, such as childbirth, hospitalisations or home visits. 2 The goals of care at these encounters over time encompass the conventional goals of diagnosis and Cited by:.

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