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Published April, 2013
By Laurie Meijer Drees
Publisher: University of Alberta Press
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Published November, 2011
By Joseph Boyd Martin, David Hubel and Ed Benz
Publisher: University of Alberta Press
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A memoir of Joseph Boyd Martin that traces his climb from a Mennonite farm in the village of Duchess, Alberta to Dean of Harvard Medical School.

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Published November, 2011
By Joseph Boyd Martin, David Hubel and Ed Benz
Publisher: University of Alberta Press
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Traces the author's climb from a Mennonite farm in the village of Duchess, Alberta to Dean of Harvard Medical School. This memoir rewards readers with an intimate perspective on the academic politics and health care in Canada and the US.

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Published July, 2011
By Earle H. Waugh, Olga Szafran and Rodney A. Crutcher
Publisher: University of Alberta Press
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Includes thirteen essays that open an important dialogue in the emerging field of medical culture. This title covers topics that range from the perception of skills of international medical graduates to conflicting expectations of patient care to differing methodologies used by professionals from various cultures.

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Published April, 2008
By Jerry Haigh
Publisher: University of Alberta Press
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Conversational in tone and theme, this is a collection of stories about working with wild animals in Africa. It features vets, guides, and wardens as they scour Africa's sprawling vistas 'troubleshooting' lions, rhinos, humans, and other indigenous mammals. It is suitable for conservationists, veterinarians, and fans of real-life adventure tales.

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Published October, 2007
By M. Dianne Godkin
Publisher: University of Alberta Press
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Using the voices of ordinary people, this work explores the end-of-life issues and emotions that arise when an individual sets out to prepare an advance directive (living will). It is suitable for individuals and their families who are thinking about creating an advance directive, and for healthcare providers who interact with these individuals.

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