This book represents more than four years of collaboration through fieldwork, generation of ideas, shared writing, and mutual critique. Its product is thus aa massive efforta as Prof. Richard Cruess and Prof. Sylvia Cruess, the authors of Teaching Medical Professionalism, had pointed out, and for this I owe them so much. The team, however, had much by way of assistance, and I am gratefully acknowledging the many people who have contributed to the book. First among them are the students, residents, faculty members, and Prof. J. M. Muscat-Baron (the clinical dean of Dubai Medical College). I have profited a great deal from their comments and questions, and this has shaped the book in all sorts of ways.So that in criticizing meone moment for something Ihaddone, I would knowit was notablack mark against my career butapartof trying to make me better. I might find an hour later a helpful comment was made. It was more guidance than criticism.
|Title||:||With Head, Heart and Hands, Make a Medical Professional|
|Author||:||Abdul Jabbar Mehdi Salih|
|Publisher||:||Xlibris Corporation - 2014-02-11|