Category Archives: Book reviews

My favourite book on medics – Trust me, I’m a Junior Doctor

This book, Trust me, I am a Junior doctor, by Max Pemberton – a medical practitioner and journalist, discusses about the life of a junior doctor, before they were re-branded as the contemporary ‘foundation year’ doctors, during his first year of practice in the … Continue reading

Posted in Book reviews, Junior Dr. | 1 Comment

Favourite pick – ‘Bad Science’ by Ben Goldacre

Be very, very careful what you put into that head,  because you will never, ever get it out. Thomas Cardinal Wolsey (1471-1530) I am short of words to describe how satisfied I have been with Guardian’s columnist, Dr Ben Goldacre, … Continue reading

Posted in Bad Science, Book reviews, Medical issues | Leave a comment