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making of a surgeon

  • 269 Pages
  • 4.97 MB
  • English
Mid-List Press , Denver
Nolen, William A., 1928-, Surgeons -- Minnesota -- Litchfield -- Biogr


Minnesota, Litch

StatementWilliam A. Nolen.
LC ClassificationsRD27.35.N64 A3 1990
The Physical Object
Paginationxii, 269 p. ;
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL1854897M
ISBN 100922811059
LC Control Number90006699

The Making of a Surgeon is the memoir of an apprentice. It is William Nolen's story of his transformation from student to practitioner, from a brash medical school graduate to a surgeon possessing skill and judgment.

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The Making of a Surgeon in the 21st Century is a highly personalized description of one individual's experiences during a five-year residency in general surgery at a major university hospital.

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It describes the personal challenges and rewards, the drama of triumph and tragedy, the agony of indecision Cited by: 1. The Making of a Surgeon. The Making of a Surgeon is the memoir of an apprentice.

It is William Nolen's story of his transformation from student to practitioner, from a brash medical school graduate to a surgeon possessing skill and judgment/5.

The Making of a Surgeon is the memoir of an apprentice. It is William Nolen's story of his transformation from student to practitioner, from a brash medical school graduate to a surgeon possessing skill and judgment. And, as in the best memoirs, in the brilliant flash of his self-discovery, William Nolen illuminates the world outside himself.

The making of a surgeon. [William A Nolen] -- Through a description of his own training, the author gives a picture of how surgeons work, think and feel.

he reveals how surgeons make mistakes and tells what they do, about them, and also explains. “This is a perceptive, no-frills memoir of a surgeon who succeeded by dint of hard work and brains.” ―Publishers Weekly “Blue Collar, Blue Scrubs is a gripping, humane, humorous, and /5(78).

He then spent three years as an active duty general surgeon in the U.S. Army. Currently, he is former chief of the department of surgery at a large community hospital in Fall River, Massachusetts, the very hospital he helped build as an ironworker before attending medical school nearly 30 years ago.

Ruggieri has written several books for patients/5(). The making of a surgeon by William A. Nolen,Pocket Books edition,Cited by: American surgeon and author (–) William A. Nolen (Ma – Decem ) was a surgeon and author who resided in Litchfield, Minnesota. He wrote a syndicated medical advice column that appeared in McCall's magazine for many years, and was the author of several books.

He died on Decemat the University of Minnesota Medical Center from heart disease. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Aird, Ian. Making of a surgeon. London, Butterworths, (OCoLC) Online version: Aird, Ian.

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