Admissions: Life as a Brain Surgeon by Henry Marsh

Admissions: Life as a Brain Surgeon

Following the publication of Do No Harm, Dr. Henry Marsh retired from his position at a hospital in London. But his career continued, taking him to remote hospitals in places such as Nepal and Pakistan, where he offers his services as surgeon and teacher to those in need. Now, Marsh considers the challenges of working in those difficult conditions, alongside the challenges...

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Admissions: Life as a Brain Surgeon Reviews

  • Canadian Reader
    It's been some time since I read Henry Marsh's wonderful and compelling memoir of his life in neurosurgery, Do No Harm. I had hoped to re-read it prior to starting his new one, Admissions, but I didn't manage it. I'd ordered the book from Britain-- as it won't appear in Canada until the fall of 2017...
  • Rebecca Foster
    Brain surgeon Henry Marsh’s first book, Do No Harm, was one of my favorite reads of 2015. Admissions serves as a sort of sequel, recording Marsh’s last few weeks at his London hospital and the projects that have driven him during his first years of retirement: woodworking, renovating a der...
  • Lindsay Seddon
    Should definitely be read as more of a biography than as a continuation of his first book, Do No Harm. I found the stories of various operations both in the UK and Ukraine really interesting, but found myself skipping over life in Nepal and the renovations to the house he decided to make-over....
  • Miriam Smith
    Won in Goodreads Giveaways - not read, passed on....
  • Bettie☯
    http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b08q3xnvDescription: Nearing the end of his career, neurosurgeon Henry Marsh reflects on a life in surgery.Marsh read Politics, Philosophy and Economics at Oxford University before studying medicine at the Royal Free Hospital in London, graduating in 1979. He became a...
  • Caroline
    I love autobiographies. Sometimes one identifies strongly with the writer, and the reading process feels quite seamless. Then there are other writers whose experiences of life and the world are very different to yours. This makes for a bumpy ride, with little identification, but these books are ofte...
  • Karan
    Two and a half years back, I remember being left a little bewildered by the celebrated first book by ace surgeon Marsh which came packaged as a slice of life memoir-of-sorts which, to my consternation back then, alternated unannounced between his frustration with the current management styles in NHS...
  • Stewart Tame
    I won an ARC of this book in a Goodreads giveaway. It's apparently due to be published in October of 2017. A bookmark that came with it urges me to include #stmartinspress in my review, so consider it done.Yet another book where the title sums it up more succinctly than I ever could. Henry Marsh is ...
  • Inna
    Нашій медицині не вистачає генрі маршів.Нашій політиці.Нашій сфері послуг.Сфері прод...

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