The Art of Medicine: Our daughters, ourselves

There she sits, fully clothed, on the examination table. She’s tall and lithe with long straight hair, high cheekbones, and slender fingers. I introduce myself, smile, and offer her my hand. It’s all she can do to flash a fleeting smile back. more»

Interested readers can now access my latest Art of Medicine column — Our daughters, ourselves — recently published in the Journal of the American Academy of Physician Assistants.

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

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One comment on “The Art of Medicine: Our daughters, ourselves

  1. Chad says:

    Brian,
    I have read many of your art of medicine articles in Jaapa over the years. Your willingness to reach out to the hurting beyond your medical treatment is encouraging. God’s love pours out through you to your patients. I have a feeling you live out 1Peter 3:15 every day and you’re not afraid to share that with your patients. I would love to read an article in jaapa where you shared this with one of your patients and how it changed their life. Continue to live out Proverbs 3:5–6.

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