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4 edition of HARM found in the catalog.

HARM

by Brian W. Aldiss

  • 338 Want to read
  • 38 Currently reading

Published by Random House Publishing Group in New York .
Written in English


The Physical Object
FormatElectronic resource
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24266840M
ISBN 109780345500373
OCLC/WorldCa468800675


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HARM by Brian W. Aldiss Download PDF EPUB FB2

The science of the brain and its intricacies is fascinating and there is still so much to learn. We learn of new techniques and instruments, pioneering and risky operations, where the object is to do as much good in critical cases as is possible.

And yet the title of the book is Do No Harm, for Henry Marsh does not shy away from his by: 6. From Charm to Harm: The Guide to Spotting, Naming, and Stopping Emotional Abuse in Intimate Relationships [Bear, Amy Lewis] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

From HARM book to Harm: The HARM book to Spotting, Naming, and Stopping Emotional Abuse in Intimate Relationships/5(19). stars. The Goodreads description of Do No Harm talks about the books astonishing compassion and candor and says its it is a lesson in the need for hope when faced with life's most difficult decisions.

Im thinking whoever wrote that only read half the book. English neurosurgeon Henry Marsh does write beautifully about brain surgery/5. NB I read Harm (book 1) after Threat (book 2) but this didn't prove to be a problem.

flag Like see review. Robert Southworth rated it it was amazing review of another edition. No holds barred thriller Excellent plot, strong characters especially the main female protagonist. No punches pulled with some colourful language and 4/5.

A former attorney, Melissa F. Miller traded the practice of law for the art of telling stories. Her more than two dozen bestselling legal thrillers, suspense thrillers, romantic humorous mysteries, and forensic thrillers all share common threads, including pulse-pounding, tightly plotted action, strong, smart women, and unlikely heroes/5().

This text recounts the drama surrounding choices in ethical dilemmas. I found First, Do No Harm to be fascinating in the descriptions of the personal dynamics and history of each person described in the vignettes.

The short chapters flow smoothly, making the book easy to read. William Rock, MD Chairperson, Ethics Committee.

In Doing Harm, Dusenbery explores the deep, systemic problems that underlie women’s experiences of feeling dismissed by the medical system. Women have been discharged from the emergency room mid-heart attack with a prescription for anti-anxiety meds, while others with autoimmune diseases have been labeled “chronic complainers” for years.

Trigger warning: This post will discuss suicide and self-harm, and ways these subjects are portrayed in fiction and the media. The Society of Authors, the UK’s trade union for professional writers, recently collaborated with the charity Samaritans (who provide listening services to anyone in emotional distress, particularly those at risk of suicide) to produce a guide on depictions of Author: Alice Nuttall.

How We Do Harm exposes the underbelly of healthcare today—the overtreatment of the rich, the under treatment of the poor, the financial conflicts of interest that determine the care that physicians' provide, insurance companies that don't demand the best (or even the least expensive) care, and pharmaceutical companies concerned with selling drugs, regardless of whether they improve health or.