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Body Language: Poems of the Medical Training Experience

Yale Medicine Magazine, 2007 - Autumn


edited by Neeta Jain, M.D., Dagan Coppock, M.D. ’04, and Stephanie Brown Clark, M.D., Ph.D. (BOA Editions) This anthology of 91 poems by medical students, interns, residents and attending physicians chronicles their challenging experiences. Physicians who are also poets address a diverse range of medical situations in this book, which offers insights into the inner world of people who regularly deal with life-and-death decisions.
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