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📒Playing Doctor ✍ Kate Perry
✏Playing Doctor Book Summary : After catching her research partner-slash-fiancé with the intern, Dr. Daphne Donovan returns home to lick her wounds and figure out how to fix her life. It doesn't take a genius to figure it out: being an uber-brilliant Doogie Howser has made her life miserable while all the normal people she knows are happy and content. There's only one thing to do: become normal. No more being the wunderkind of childhood disease research. All she wants is a regular nine to five job, two-point-five children, a white picket fence, and a blue collar husband. Except normal isn't all it's cracked up to be, especially after she meets Ulysses Gray. Gray is everything she doesn't want: smart, incredibly handsome, and a doctor--just like her ex-fiancé. She wants to deny him--and herself--but she can't resist playing doctor... KEYWORDS: small-town romance, feel-good romance, contemporary romance, romantic comedy, series, romantic comedy series, funny romance, laugh romance, modern romance, urban romance, cape cod, cape cod romance, USA today, USA today bestseller, smart romance, something funny to read, lighthearted romance, light romance, hot romance, dare river, romance for adults, contemporary romance 2018, funny romance, funny romance new, swoonworthy, romance series, romance series, romance books, beach reads, new adult, small-town, funny, female, stories, sensual, sensual romance, free ebook, freebie, free book, free reads, free romance novel, free romance book, free beach read, romantic comedy books free, romance books free, alpha male, dominant male, hot guy, racy, sexy, heartwarming, heart-warming romance, family, love, love books, kissing books, emotional journey, contemporary, contemporary romance, romance series, long series, long romance series, sassy, captivating romance, hot, hot romance, forbidden love, sparks, loyalty, swoon, beach romance, books for summer, books for the beach, beach series, fun summer reads, love and friendship, new romance series, hot romance series, new small-town series, beach reads 2018, new beach read, free beach house book, free beach romance, free summer romance, free vacation romance, free summer book
📒Playing Doctor ✍ Emilee K. Sandsmark
✏Playing Doctor Book Summary : There is no shortage of published work centered on the medical profession, but there is a reason why much of it is not written by medical students during medical school-it's a bit hectic...or more like completely crazy, really. It is not the case that Dr. Sandsmark is smarter than her peers, that she uses her time more efficiently, or that she had totally different experiences than the average medical student. No, it is more that she found her experiences in medical school so personally influential and transformative that she felt compelled to share them with the rest of the world in an honest, and often exceptionally vulnerable, personal narrative. While there is plenty to say about all four years of medical school, her memoir primarily focuses on the third year, when students are busy with clinical rotations. It is during this time that medical students transition from rigorous (but predictable) coursework to tumultuous (and unpredictable) clinical work. Medical textbooks can teach students many things, but they cannot prepare them to comfort a panicked family member, manage a frustrated and disruptive patient, or witness their first death. Readers will accompany Dr. Sandsmark as she attempts to counsel patients and families she is not yet ready to counsel and treat patients she is not yet fully trained to treat. Her drive to gain her new patients' trust, and the situations this places her in, will have readers turning page after page. While medical details are not skirted, the book is largely an account of a medical student's life, one that offers the type of fresh outlook on medicine that only a doctor in training can provide. Her narrative is crafted through colorful descriptions of her hopes, fears, dreams, and struggles. It is sincere and insightful throughout, although frequently humorous and light-hearted. Join her to discover why medical students feel as if they are just "playing doctor" and why the transition from the "boards to the wards" is a life-changing experience. Although of particular interest to medical students, past, present, and future, the book will appeal to anyone interested in the challenges required to succeed in a high-pressure field like medicine.
📒Playing Doctor ✍ Joseph Turow
✏Playing Doctor Book Summary : "Joe Turow's Playing Doctor disquiets and challenges the reader's intellect with cogent analysis of the forces that have shaped television's portrayal of doctors and the medical world. For that alone, it is a fantastic read. But Dr. Turow also pleases the mind with well written and amusing stories, interviews, and behind the scenes anecdotes that bring to life, in an eminently readable style, the fascinating world of TV medicine." ---David Foster, M.D., supervising producer, writer, and medical consultant for House "Joseph Turow takes us behind the scenes of such hit television series as ER, Grey's Anatomy, and House to reveal the complex relationship viewers have with their beloved fictional caregivers. Turow carefully probes the history of TV medical series and presents a compelling argument for telling more truthful medical stories in the future to reflect---and address---the precarious state of our health-care system today." ---Neal Baer, M.D., executive producer of Law & Order: Special Victims Unit "The great contribution of Turow's book, in addition to providing a highly readable and smart overview of medical shows over the years, is to examine the consequences of the gap between the reality of medical care and the often romanticized, heroic depictions on television. This would be a very good book for professors to use in teaching a range of courses in communications studies, from introductory courses to more specialized classes on health and the media." ---Susan Douglas, Catherine Neafie Kellogg Professor, Arthur F. Thurnau Professor, Communications Studies Department Chair, University of Michigan Playing Doctor is an engaging and highly perceptive history of the medical TV series from its inception to the present day. Turow offers an inside look at the creation of iconic doctor shows as well as a detailed history of the programs, an analysis of changing public perceptions of doctors and medicine, and an insightful commentary on how medical dramas have both exploited and shaped these perceptions. Drawing on extensive interviews with creators, directors, and producers, Playing Doctor is a classic in the field of communications studies. This expanded edition includes a new introduction placing the book in the contemporary context of the health care crisis, as well as new chapters covering the intervening twenty years of television programming. Turow uses recent research and interviews with principals in contemporary television doctor shows such as ER, Grey's Anatomy, House, and Scrubs to illuminate the extraordinary ongoing cultural influence of medical shows. Playing Doctor situates the television vision of medicine as a limitless high-tech resource against the realities underlying the health care debate, both yesterday and today. Joseph Turow is Robert Lewis Shayon Professor at the Annenberg School for Communication, University of Pennsylvania. He was named a Distinguished Scholar by the National Communication Association and a Fellow of the International Communication Association in 2010. He has authored eight books, edited five, and written more than 100 articles on mass media industries. He has also produced a DVD titled Prime Time Doctors: Why Should You Care? that has been distributed to all first-year medical students with the support of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. Praise for the first edition of Playing Doctor: "With Playing Doctor, Joseph Turow has established himself as one of the foremost analytic historians of the interplay between television, its audiences, and other American institutions." ---George Comstock, S.I. Newhouse Professor at the Newhouse School of Public Communications, Syracuse University, in Health Affairs Cover image: Eric Dane, Kate Walsh, Sara Ramirez, and crew members on the set of Grey's Anatomy © American Broadcasting Company, Inc.
📒Playing Doctor ✍ Enrique Cruz
✏Playing Doctor Book Summary : Will They Let Us Be Together? Erik is a young, inexperienced freshman studying to be a gym teacher. Kent is pre-med, an optimistic future doctor wanting to cure the world. Both are yearning for their first-time experience. When their parents start dating, they are forced into spending the night together and wake up the next morning forever changed. Kent and Erik discover what they are feeling is beyond simple lust, but the odds are stacked against them. Will they overcome roadblocks unwittingly laid down in front of them by clueless, unfeeling parents? Playing Doctor is a steamy novella about two young men discovering themselves, and their first true love. This tale is based on a true story, and it features a whole lot of love, scorching hot passion, and a happily ever after.
📒Playing Doctor ✍ Cathy Yardley
✏Playing Doctor Book Summary : Cressida Frost is in a bind. The home and business she shares with her sisters are in jeopardy as the landlord threatens to sell the property out from under them. Her only hope is to win a four million dollar treasure hunt prize, buy the house, and save Frost Fandoms Bookstore and Collectible Shop. The only hitch in her plan: as an agoraphobic, the thought of traveling across multiple states to find the prize is more than daunting. Noah Sukarno is in over his head. When trouble arrives on his doorstep and threatens his family, he knows he has to win the treasure hunt prize. He and Cressida have known each other for years through the contest fan boards, and he knows she is closer than anyone else to finding the treasure. However, his brilliant plan to volunteer to help her to get closer to the prize may just blow up in his face. Agreeing to travel together in an RV painted to look like the TARDIS, Cressida and Noah both have a lot riding on finding the treasure. Working together to overcome her panic attacks and his sense of impending doom, they realize that the biggest risk may be to their hearts. Will mistrust and betrayal tear them apart, or will love prove to be "bigger on the inside?"
📒Playing Doctor ✍ Kate Allure
✏Playing Doctor Book Summary : "Kate Allure deals in pure fantasy... a spirited diversion from the mundane and a chance to explore some of the most titillating "what ifs"readers can imagine."—RT Book Reviews The doctor is in, and ready to fulfill deep fantasies in this sexy, super-charged erotic anthology In The Intern, the temperature of Dr. Lauren Marks's office quickly rises when her new medical intern Courtney turns out to be a passionate and sexy young man. Valerie realizes all of her fantasies when her sexy surgeon and her loving husband team up to offer her some extra-special treatment in My Doctor, My Husband, and Me. Nikki gets more than she bargained for in Seize the Doctor when the hot guy she recently met at a bar walks into her exam room wearing a white coat. Good thing she wore her sexiest lingerie. Meeting Men Series: Playing Doctor (Book 1) Lawyer Up (Book 2) Praise for Erotic Romances by Kate Allure: "This trio of hot and steamy tales is escapism of the richest, most decadent variety."—RT Book Reviews "Readers will cheer on these strong women as they take the initiative, seeking (and finding) both sexual satisfaction and emotional fulfillment."—Publisher's Weekly "These quick, easy reads will appeal to anyone looking for a sexy book that they can put down and pick back up with no trouble. Fun, flirty characters abound, and there's plenty of kinky action."—Library Journal
📒Marketing Or Medicine ✍ United States. Congress. Senate. Special Committee on Aging
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📒Let S Play Doctor ✍ Thrusti Kicki Grabbi
✏Let s Play Doctor Book Summary : With 40 erotic role-plays for adventurous couples to choose from, this game is sure to inspire countless hours of naughty fun.
📒Marketing Or Medicine ✍ United States Senate
✏Marketing Or Medicine Book Summary : Marketing or medicine: are direct-to-consumer device ads playing doctor?: hearing before the Special Committee on Aging, United States Senate, One Hundred Tenth Congress, second session, Washington, DC, September 17, 2008.