Lessons learned from the brute beast

Before he chose a career in writing, James Joyce was a medical student. He kept a model of the human fetus in the womb on his desk while he crafted the “Oxen of the Sun” episode in Ulysses. We can surmise that the theme of gestational development was constantly before his eyes and in his thoughts as he wrote. more»

Interested readers can now access my latest Art of Medicine column — Lessons learned from the brute beast — recently published in the Journal of the American Academy of Physician Assistants.

Please note that all of my previously published Humane Medicine pieces can now be accessed here.

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