Love Your Patients!TM
We all know that students are the lifeblood of healthcare, and that without students, we would soon be foundering.
Fortunately, for patients, and for everyone, most students entering healthcare today do so out of the desire to heal, more that the desire to have a title or credentials or to make money.
And this is fantastic!
So, what do we offer students?
Love Your Patients! makes life for students easier, since behaving with Agape:
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"I wrote Love Your Patients! primarily for students. The lessons are simple, but meaningful. The stories include clinical pearls. The summary (Section III) includes the scientific basis for practicing with Agape. Today's students are so in touch with their patients' emotions and level of understanding, that some of the points are moot! However, I am sure students will enjoy the book immensely." -- Scott Louis Diering, MD
Are you preparing for the Step II Clinical Skills Exam? If you are, you will find this book to be an enjoyable addition to your study program. All those pesky points the examiners watch out for will be effortless and normal for you while you focus on the clinical issues.
Love Your Patients! will help you pass Step 2 CS with ease.
(For a really helpful website, visit the Student Doctor Network)
Another useful site is Scholarship Help (http://www.scholarshiphelp.org). This was sent to us as a great link to help students get scholarships. Thanks Ms. McDiarmid!)
Need more help? Mr. Josh Stewart has sent us a great link for preparing for the Step 2 CS exam: USMLE, which includes free practice exams. Thanks, Mr. Stewart!http://www.iChapters.com/ THis looks to be an interesting site, which has chapters, books and other materials to download (for a small fee, of course!) Check 'em out.
Not a medical student? That's great!
The skills offered in the book are excellent for nursing students, dental students, allied health students, everyone learning both a complex set of clinical skills and new ways to deal with sick, dying or injured patients.
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