4. (download) White Coat Wisdom Audio Book- Chapters 22-29

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4. (download) White Coat Wisdom Audio Book- Chapters 22-29


4. White Coat Wisdom Audio book, as read by the author. Chapters 2-29
(4 hours, 39 minutes):

22. Sick, Huddled Masses (George Schneider, MD)
23. Bleeding Money (John Whitcomb, MD)
24. Homophobia and Health (Paul Wertsch, MD)
VII. Physicians who Listen
25. Strong, Silent Types (Norman Jensen, MD, MS)
26. War Rapport (Paul Vastola, Jr., MD)
27. Fill-in Physician (Alan Schwartzstein, MD)
VIII. Medicine on Trial
28. Doctor in the Courthouse (Richard Roberts, MD, JD)
29. Sick—of Lawyers (Pamela Galloway, MD,
and Christopher Magiera, MD)

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Praise for White Coat Wisdom

“Medicine and health care have been undergoing exponential changes
that affect patients, providers, and those who finance this immense
undertaking. White Coat Wisdom is an easy read that offers insights into
the many influences on care from those within the profession.”

— Nancy W. Dickey, MD, AMA President, 1998-99
President, Texas A&M Health Science Center

“This is oral history at its best. [The] stories are page-turner interesting.”
— Carol Petrowski, La Crosse County Library System

“Stories about great physicians give us insight into the world of medicine,
and the sacrifices required to serve others. White Coat Wisdom helps us
understand how students become physicians and how wise physicians
contribute to their communities and the world.”
— Patrick McBride, MD, Associate Dean for Students, University of Wisconsin

“Riveting—White Coat Wisdom delivers authentic answers from seasoned
— Ira Martin Grais, MD, FACC, FACP
Associate Professor of Clinical Medicine
Northwestern Feinberg School of Medicine

“It is Busalacchi’s interview style and the open and honest answers that give
the book an air of integrity and intimacy, making it a worthwhile read.”
— Aaron Holbrook
Beaver Dam Daily Citizen

“I am in awe of Steve Busalacchi’s ability to put into book form interviews
with a large number of interesting physicians who, for the most
part, accomplished a lot during their careers and continue to do so. It
should be required reading for students accepted into medical schools
across this country…”
— Ernie Pellegrino, Jr., MD
Author, A Doctor’s Path