The Doctors Bookshelf is all about recommending books which all doctors should read. It has a focus on topics such as patient safety, human factors, leadership, decision making, creativity, and innovation. The scope is however wide, from bench to bedside, from classroom to boardroom. The Bookshelf Sections are therefore quite diverse. The books I review are mostly self-discovered but I am… Read More Where are the best book lists for doctors?
This is a follow-up to my previous blog on this topic. There I listed the top 5 books BMJ’s movers and shakers recommend to doctors. I did a full analysis and sent for publication in the BMJ Christmas edition but got a polite rejection email in return-all the better for this blog then. ANALYSIS The series… Read More BMJ Book Recommendations-The Full Analysis
After keeping up the book reviews for a while, I decided to look around for what books others are recommending for doctors. The first port of call is the BMJ which runs a series called BMJ Confidential. It interviews people it calls ‘movers and shakers‘ in healthcare. One of the 24 questions asked is : What book… Read More BMJ Book Recommendations