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Jan 20, 2017 T Zoner rated it it was amazing Very inspiring! flag 2 likesLike see review Use up and down arrow to review and enter to selectDilan's experience is in neurosurgery but that's not his only impact in Tanzania and hopefully in the international medical communityThe author, Tony Bartelme, is a Pulitzer Prize finalist for articles he wrote which later became this bookSwap Ebooks Audio ——— static: /Amazing writing and a story I will never forget, of human compassion and wisdomSo he decided to teach Emmanuel Mayegga, an assistant medical officer, how to conduct brain surgeryBut news of this experiment had gotten out, and not everyone was pleased about it, including Kenyan neurosurgeon Moody Qureshi, who was developing a curriculum to teach neurosurgery in East Africa14% Off Your Entire Order with code CELEBRATE VIZ Manga: Buy 2, Get the 3rd Free Funko POP: Buy 1 Get 1 for 30% Off Explore The Trend Shop Membership Gift Cards Stores & Events Help BNLogo Auto Suggestions are available once you type at least 3 letters
A Surgeon in the Village tells three interconnected stories in a readable, exciting, fashionHe needs to teach someone his skillsThough Mayegga had no medical degree, Ellegala realized that Mayegga had the dexterity, intelligence, and confidence to be a great surgeonNeurosurgery has a certain aura to itThough Mayegga has no medical degree, Dilan sees that Mayegga has the dexterity, intelligence, and determination to do brain surgeryHe discovers solutions that could transform health care for two billion people across the world.A Surgeon in the Village is the incredible and riveting account of one man’s push to “train-forward”—to change our approach to aid and medical training before more lives are needlessly lostIt took several chapters for me to feel at home in the author's voiceBartelme takes the reader on the humanistic journey of the Sri Lanka native in his arduous medical school training, his grinding rotations of performing delicate operations in a New York facility, and his challenging decision to take a position at an understaffed missionary hospital in Tanzania"I saw this patternHe realizes that if he teaches even basic surgery to the medical clerks that have the right attitude, willingness to learn and the stamina to succeed, he will have accomplished much more than he set out to do.Such a wonderfully enlightening story, not just about the conditions in these forgotten countries, where there is so much sickness and so few doctors, but about the medical establishment as a whole
With a worldwide shortage of doctors, especially surgeons, it is important find a new way to help those in needBack Visit NPR NPR Presents Studio 1 Events Generation Listen Book a Speaker Request Permissions Ways to Listen NPR Extra Blog Email Newsletters Shop NPR Get Help Contact Us Hide this Results from Google Books Click on a thumbnail to go to Google BooksIts a wildly ambitious, rather heretical idea, and its makes for gripping reading as Bartelme richly captures Ellegalas valiant struggle to bring his vision to lifeBut what he discovers makes him realize that a better way of helping those with head injuries or brain tumors is for him to teach local medical assistants how to perform the surgeries themselvesHere, people with See more details below A Surgeon in the Village: An American Doctor Teaches Brain Surgery in Africa available in Hardcover, NOOK Book Hardcover $19.64 $19.64 $27.95 Save 30% Format Format Hardcover - $19.64 NOOK Book - $25.99 Sign In to Complete Instant Purchase Eligible for FREE SHIPPING Get it by Friday, July 7 , Order by 12:00 PM Eastern and choose Expedited Delivery during checkout.Same Day delivery in Manhattan
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