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A Harvard psychiatrist and anthropologist argues that interpreting the illness experience is an art tragically neglected by modern medical training, and presents a compelling case for bridging the gap between patient and doctor. Based on twenty years of clinical experience studying and treating chronic illness, a Harvard psychiatrist and anthropologist argues that diagnosing illness is an art tragically neglected by modern medical training, and presents a compelling case for bridging the gap between patient and doctor.

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"A Harvard psychiatrist and anthropologist argues that interpreting the illness experience is an art tragically neglected by modern medical training, and presents a compelling case for bridging the gap"

Synopsis:

A Harvard psychiatrist and anthropologist argues that interpreting the illness experience is an art tragically neglected by modern medical training, and presents a compelling case for bridging the gap between patient and doctor. Based on twenty years of clinical experience studying and treating chronic illness, a Harvard psychiatrist and anthropologist argues that diagnosing illness is an art tragically neglected by modern medical training, and presents a compelling case for bridging the gap between patient and doctor.

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ISBN:
9780465032044
Author:
Kleinman, Arthur
Author:
Kelinman, Arthur
Author:
Kleinman, Arthur
Author:
Kelinman, Arthur
Publisher:
Basic Books (AZ)
Subject:
General
Subject:
Medicine
Subject:
Essays
Subject:
Psychology
Subject:
Medical sciences
Subject:
Diseases - General
Subject:
Chronic diseases
Subject:
Diseases
Subject:
Sick
Subject:
General Psychology & Psychiatry
Subject:
Health and Medicine-Medical Specialties
Edition Description:
Trade Paper
Publication Date:
19891031
Binding:
TRADE PAPER
Language:
English
Pages:
304
Dimensions:
8 x 5 in 11.5 oz

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"A Harvard psychiatrist and anthropologist argues that interpreting the illness experience is an art tragically neglected by modern medical training, and presents a compelling case for bridging the gap"
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A Harvard psychiatrist and anthropologist argues that interpreting the illness experience is an art tragically neglected by modern medical training, and presents a compelling case for bridging the gap between patient and doctor. Based on twenty years of clinical experience studying and treating chronic illness, a Harvard psychiatrist and anthropologist argues that diagnosing illness is an art tragically neglected by modern medical training, and presents a compelling case for bridging the gap between patient and doctor.
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