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    ebook pdf Dear Life: A Doctor's Story of Love and Loss – sagolfbidder.co.za Download Prepare yourself for a wonderful uplifting and harrowing read I cannot think of anyone other than this woman I would want looking after me in extremis Compassionate fierce and apparently tireless Rachel shares a great deal of herself and her patients with us and I was grateful for the honesty with which she approached this bookCare like thi

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DEAR LIFE Rachel Clarke µ 3 read Dear Life: A Doctor's Story of Love and Loss review Ë 103 In Dear Life palliative care specialist Dr Rachel Clarke recounts her professional and personal journey to understand not the end of life but life at its endDeath was conspicuously absent during Rachel's medical training Instead her education focused entirely on learning to save lives and was left wanting when it came to helping patients and their families face death She came to specialize in palliative medicine because it is the one specialty in which the uality notuantity of life truly matters In the same year she started to work in a hospice Rachel was forced to face tragedy in her own life when her father was diagnosed with terminal cancer He'd inspired her to become a doctor and the stories he had told her as a child proved formative when it came to deciding what sort of medicine she would practice But for all her professional exposure to dying she remained a grieving daughter Dear Life follows how Rachel came to understand―as a child as a doctor as a human being―how best to help patients in the final stages of life and what that might mean in practice. After seeing positive newspaper reviews for this book I decided to buy it for me and I couldn t put it down I read it cover to cover in 24 hours then did it againThe book mainly concerns real life and death in an NHS hospice and the doctor who dedicated her career to caring for the patients You may think it it not a rich seam of entertainment as I did but entertainment is not its purpose this is one of those rare books that uplift and inspire the readerBuy it read it Twice Then pass it on Recommended

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Dear Life: A Doctor's Story of Love and Loss

DEAR LIFE Rachel Clarke µ 3 read Dear Life: A Doctor's Story of Love and Loss review Ë 103 In Dear Life palliative care specialist Dr Rachel Clarke recounts her professional and personal journey to understand not the end of life but life at its endDeath was conspicuously absent during Rachel's medical training Instead her education focused entirely on learning to save lives and was left wanting when it came to helping patients and their families face death She came to specialize in palliative medicine because it is the one specialty in which the uality notuantity of life truly matters In the same year she started to work in a hospice Rachel was forced to face tragedy in her own life when her father was diagnosed with terminal cancer He'd inspired her to become a doctor and the stories he had told her as a child proved formative when it came to deciding what sort of medicine she would practice But for all her professional exposure to dying she remained a grieving daughter Dear Life follows how Rachel came to understand―as a child as a doctor as a human being―how best to help patients in the final stages of life and what that might mean in practice. As and relatives and friends in the generation before me and sadly some my own age have reached their final moments in the inevitable way of life I have often silently wondered if there was a book I could read about death Being the sort of person who finds books the source of all knowledge I hesitated to Google death or dying that seemed uite wrong I found an extract from this book published in the Guardian last week It was a clear and non patronising glimpse of the work of the author a palliative care doctor I bought the book and although I have wept at times whilst reading overall I have found it comforting There should be no doubt in our minds that everyone is entitled to live and die in the way that they wish with help to to make their final days and weeks rewarding without unnecessary interference and without pain I hope that politicians and fund holders administrators and all the stiff upper lip keep uiet and stop making a fuss types of medical staff read this book

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DEAR LIFE Rachel Clarke µ 3 read Dear Life: A Doctor's Story of Love and Loss review Ë 103 In Dear Life palliative care specialist Dr Rachel Clarke recounts her professional and personal journey to understand not the end of life but life at its endDeath was conspicuously absent during Rachel's medical training Instead her education focused entirely on learning to save lives and was left wanting when it came to helping patients and their families face death She came to specialize in palliative medicine because it is the one specialty in which the uality notuantity of life truly matters In the same year she started to work in a hospice Rachel was forced to face tragedy in her own life when her father was diagnosed with terminal cancer He'd inspired her to become a doctor and the stories he had told her as a child proved formative when it came to deciding what sort of medicine she would practice But for all her professional exposure to dying she remained a grieving daughter Dear Life follows how Rachel came to understand―as a child as a doctor as a human being―how best to help patients in the final stages of life and what that might mean in practice. Well written and not in the least depressing I really did not want this book to end As an NHS nurse of 30 years i could totally identify with all the topics covered in this book An important book for anyone in the caring profession

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