June 8, 2011

GIVEAWAY ENTRY PAGE "DOCTOR CONFIDENTIAL" ENDED

JUNE 8th to JUNE 22nd, 2011


DOCTOR CONFIDENTIAL

by RICHARD SHEFF, M.D.

SYNOPSIS:
  In the hushed stillness of a late night hospital room, confronted with a dead patient and an ethical dilemma, Dr. Sheff wonders, “What’s love got to do with medicine?” The answer he finds for himself in that darkest of hours, and now shares with all of us in Doctor Confidential, is “Everything!”
  From the unique perspective of a nationally respected, mature physician, Dr. Sheff reflects deeply on the formative experiences of medical school and residency, giving the reader unexpected insights into the heart and mind of doctors, the experience of patients and their families, and ultimately the connection between love, medical practice, and the healing we all seek.
  The unique stories in Doctor Confidential speak directly to anyone in medical training or considering a career in medicine, but also to the patient in all of us. Pulling back the veil of secrecy that too often surrounds medicine, Doctor Confidential provides compassion, humor, and ultimately hope that, when sick and most vulnerable, each of us can be heard, understood, and deeply touched by our physician.

THANKS TO REBECCA AND THE FANTASTIC
PEOPLE FROM THE CADENCE GROUP
I HAVE ONE (1) COPY OF THIS
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if rules of giveaway are not followed

45 comments:

mverno said...

no i don't even like going to the doctors
mverno@roadrunner.com

Carol N Wong said...

Yes, I have considered it. My father was a doctor.

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Carol N Wong said...

I follow your blog publicly with Google Friends Connect.

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Carol N Wong said...

I follow you on Twitter. My Twitter name is Carolee888.

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I re-tweeted:

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Victoria Zumbrum said...

I am a follower. Tore923@aol.com

Victoria Zumbrum said...

I am an email subscriber. Tore923@aol.com

Victoria Zumbrum said...

Please enter me in contest. I would love to read this book. It sounds very interesting. Tore923@aol.com

ann said...

I did at one time but was afraid I wouldnt be able to deal with seeing all the suffering and pain of people.

ann said...

I follow you and like on facebook
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ann said...

i subscribe by email

Helen Keeler said...

When I was young I though about being a nurse but ended up in socail work. helenkeeler@comcast.net

Linda Kish said...

I have been a registered nurse since 1973.

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Linda Kish said...

I am a GFC follower

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karenk said...

yes...

karenk
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karenk said...

i'm a follower :)

karenk
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Judy H said...

Blood makes me squeamish, so that's not for me.

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Judy H said...

I'm following on GFC w/ @headlessfowl.

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desmond said...

Not on your life...

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Anonymous said...

no never crystletellerday@yahoo.com

Nicole C. said...

I thought about becoming a nurse at one time.

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rj7777 said...

I am an RN. I worked for over 30 years in a hospital in Portland, OR. If you are young and starting out this is a great profession to have. It is flexible, you can make your own hours, you can travel etc, etc, It is a hard working job. There are so many fields you can work in. Rita Spratlen rj_angel_house@yahoo.com

rj7777 said...

GFC follower rjspratlen Rita Spratlen rj_angel_house@yahoo.com

rj7777 said...

I sent a friend request to you on facebook. Rita Spratlen
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rj7777 said...

I am now following you on twitter. rjs7777 Rita Spratlen
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rj7777 said...

I tweeted this giveaway at http://twitter.com/#!/rjs7777/status/80026353637916672
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Miranda Ward said...

I would love to work in the medical field but going to school right now is out of the question!

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Diane52 said...

I thought about it, long enough to take some science classes...
Diane Baum
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Anonymous said...

I would love to be a nurse, but I can't stand the sight of blood.
shawnac68@hotmail.com

Randominities said...

I work in Physical Therapy and thought this would be a good read. Thanks so much.

Anonymous said...

I wanted to be a pediatrician when I was but a lad.

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April said...

I have considered going to nursing school

Anonymous said...

i don't think i would have the smarts to work in the medical field

jim.coyne2@verizon.net

Anonymous said...

I follow via GFC

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Anonymous said...

i like you on facebook

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Anonymous said...

i follow you on twitter

@JCOyne1031

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Anonymous said...

i tweeted

http://twitter.com/#!/JCoyne1031/status/83395476120023040

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susansmoaks said...

i used to want to be a doctor
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degood said...

Yes, I have thought I would love to be a home health care nurse for children when our daughter was sick and we had this home health care nurse coming to our home to care for her.

kerrie@mayansfamily.com

degood said...

I follow on gfc as degood.

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degood said...

I follow you on twitter as kmayans.

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/\Heather/\ said...

I actually considered going to medical school but then I figured out that I'm lazy.
heatherpooh (hotmail)

Jessica said...

I've worked in the Mental Health Field and enjoyed it. Working as a Nurse or Doctor I could not handle that.
Jesskaufman at hotmail dot com

Jessica said...

I Follow on GFC as Mac Mom
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purango said...

In high school the counselor asked if I would like to becone a doctor. I didn't consider it. I haven't really wanted to work in the medical field. Now looking back I might consider becoming an optermist. garrettsambo@aol.com