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Includes stories that intend to provide a ray of hope, demonstrating that with the requisite attention, affection and commitment, metamorphoses can truly take place. This title presents an account of one man's experience in the field of child psychiatry over 4 decades, and some of the remarkable changes in practice and experience over that time.
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'Who'd be a Patient?' is the story of John Paterson's life as a rural GP from 1951 to 1975, an era in which the new NHS was finding its feet and the practice of medicine itself underwent many drastic changes.
Born in Edinburgh in 1885, Sir Francis Fraser helped revolutionise medical education and nurtured generations of researchers and practitioners in the wake of World War II, throughout which he directed the nation's emergency medical services. This book surveys the career of this energetic and formidable Scotsman.