Confessions of a GP
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Publish date: August 12th 2010
Pages no: 327
Edition language: English
, Biography Memoir
My dad is a GP so this was a pretty funny read that was close to my heart. However, there were some bits- and a lot of people on here seem to agree where the writer was a bit callous about certain diagnoses and about female nurses and doctors. And let's not to forget the instruction that if you want...
Last week I posted a review of Hospital Babylon, the story of one day in an English A&E Department, which I really enjoyed. Because I enjoyed it so much I went through my books on search for something similar, and stumbled across Confessions of a GP, which I picked up a couple of years ago. I was in...
Enjoyable, funny and at times sad. Learned a lot.
I do like a good, reality-based laugh and whilst not explicitly marketed as humour, with a blurb stating the book is very funny and when linked with books such as Trust Me, I’m a (Junior) Doctor, the reader would be justified in expecting a good few laughs. Unfortunately this is where the book was d...
This book wasn't too bad although some bits made uncomfortable reading. Written by Benjamin Daniels, a GP of over 3 years, it's made up of small chapters, 2 - 3 pages long. Some parts were refreshingly honest but I did find Daniels to be quite judgemental. Not a bad read if your not looking for anyt...