Still Smiling At “A Moving Target”

Our personnel policies require all hourly staff to punch out for their lunch break. As a salaried physician, I can work my entire shift without a break. This requires some juggling with nursing staff, but it works.

The other day, Autumn came back from her break giggling.

“I was reading from your book again, and I still laugh at your story about that ear flush. I remember it so well…”, she said.

“I know, it was wild”, I answered, but I also remembered thinking with some sadness at the time about how misunderstood this patient must have been. But I, too, smile inside when I occasionally reread “A Moving Target”:

 

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Osler said “Listen to your patient, he is telling you the diagnosis”. Duvefelt says “Listen to your patient, he is telling you what kind of doctor he needs you to be”.

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