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Human: Voices of Tomorrow’s Doctors
edited by Tolu Kehinde
Dartmouth College Press, 2019
eISBN: 978-1-5126-0363-7 | Paper: 978-1-5126-0333-0
Library of Congress Classification R705.H79 2019
Dewey Decimal Classification 610

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ABOUT THIS BOOK
Medical professionals are often viewed as a special breed of stoic figures whose tough grace allows them to stay strong as they confront human frailty and tragedy on a daily basis. Human is a new anthology that aims to dispel this unhelpful line of thought, revealing a more realistic picture of individuals shaped by forces—good and bad—just like the rest of us. Collecting writing from medical students around the world, Human aims to demystify medical education by showing the vulnerability in a group typically viewed as indestructible. It also seeks to remind medical trainees that, even though it may feel like their lives have been put on hold for the sake of their education, they are continually growing and evolving, and as worthy of love and a full life as anyone else—in short, that they are human.

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