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Doctor, What's Wrong?: Making the NHS Human Again Paperback – 26 May 2005


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'This book takes the conversations we’re all having about the NHS and goes the next step. Reading it is like being at a really good dinner party.'

'A brilliant device – mixing fiction and fact – this book really works.'

'It made me laugh, cry and think, so it did what it’s supposed to.'

 

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Sophie Petit-Zeman migrated from research in neuroscience and mental health to communications and journalism, focusing on science, medicine and social care. An award-winning writer, at times patient and carer, she has also worked in the NHS, private and voluntary sectors, in the UK and abroad. Sophie is a council member of the Brain and Spine Foundation and, after completing this book, was appointed Director of Public Dialogue at the Association of Medical Research Charities

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Superb, sad and so funny 3 Oct 2005
By Professor Woody Caan - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
Dr. Petit-Zeman's extraordinary book is an unusual blend of fact and fiction that captures the recent history of the UK National Health Service better than anything else that I have read.

The last chapter alone, describing her Kafka-esque experience in one health trust, is worth buying the book for....

an insider-outsider-prophet's perspective on healthcare systems.
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