Mar 03, · Synopsis "Playing God" presents poems about the experience of being a doctor, for both doctors and patients.4/5(2). Apr 21, · Playing God: Poems About Medicine [colquhoun-glenn] on frvi4.net *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Rare book5/5(1). Jun 13, · Published in ‘Playing God: Poems About Medicine’ TODAY I DO NOT WANT TO BE A DOCTOR. Today I do not want to be a doctor. Nobody is getting any better. Those who were well are sick again and those who were sick are sicker. The dying think they will live. The healthy think they are dying. Someone has taken too many pills. Someone has not. Auto Suggestions are available once you type at least 3 letters. Use up arrow (for mozilla firefox browser alt+up arrow) and down arrow (for mozilla firefox browser alt+down arrow) to review and enter to frvi4.net: Gardners Books. from Playing God: Poems about medicine (Steele Roberts, ), reproduced by permission of the publisher. Tags: illness medicine New Zealand poetry Tools of the Trade. About this poem. There is a great deal of medicine that doctors possess not because they have been to medical school but because they have lived life. They have been sons and. This collection of poems by doctor and acclaimed poet, Glenn Colquhoun, is based on his experiences in medical practice, where doctors are often described - or accused of - 'playing God' but where outward confidence hides a constant battle with uncertainty. A collection of poetry written by a family doctor who practices in New Zealand. They are grouped around themes: patients (20 poems), diseases (10 poems), spells (9 poems), a doctor (9 poems), and end with “Playing God,” which is a collection in 10 parts about clinical practice. Apr 20, · ‘A note to patients when all else fails’ by Glenn Colquhoun, from Playing God: Poems about Medicine (Steele Roberts, ), by permission of the author. Also available in Tools of the Trade: Poems for new doctors (Scottish Poetry Library, ) Introduction from the Chief Medical Officer. Errata.
The picture depicts typical medical advancements, he noted. Man forgets. The mad are beginning to make sense. Subscribe to the Verse of the day. Your feedback will help us improve this site Feedback type Yes No Yes, but. Playing God was published in December
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