A great book for everyone to read as it illustrates, as the author states, that a patient has to be an active participant in the process of seeking the care and treatment one needs.
Excellent reflection on the complex components of clinical and individual decision making. Bravo! Just what I needed at this point in my career!
Very good book with excellent examples, but read by your angry grandfather. It was difficult to listen despite the quality of the content.
Sincerity in Leadership. Sales Enablement and Performance. Speaker and Author. But what I realIy do is help people be the best they can be.
I picked this book up because Tom Peters referenced it when he was discussing leaders as doctors, or problem solvers. I read it from a sales person's perspective and found some great parallels. I am a sales enablement person by day and now use stories and points made in this book in my training sessions. Good book overall.
Dr. Groopman tells his stories well – keeping you engaged and learning from his tales. It runs a bit counter to the patient's wanting the doctor to have all the answers, but that's good for us. It is likely to make us healthier in the long run.
Excellent book, wonderfully read! I held my breath for 5 whole minutes during the somewhat harrowing central story. Who'da thunk it for a book about how doctors make decisions and what they think of patients?