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English patient


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English patient, The (1992)

English Patient, The

English Patient, The

The English Patient

The English Patient – Deleuzian Landscapes of Immanence

Wanderings in the Desert: From the Exodus to the English Patient+

Influence of surgical rate on patients' reported clinical need and outcomes in English NHS

The English Patient in Post-colonial Perspective, or Practising Surgery on the Poms

BREACHING THE SEXUAL BOUNDARIES IN THE DOCTOR–PATIENT RELATIONSHIP: SHOULD ENGLISH LAW RECOGNISE FIDUCIARY DUTIES?

Restructuring English oncology: Will it improve participation in clinical trials and cancer patient care?

Factor structure of neuropsychological test performance of English- and Spanish speaking patients with Alzheimer's disease

Socioeconomic differences in patient-reported outcomes after a hip or knee replacement in the English National Health Service

The Short Health Scale: A valid and reliable measure of health related quality of life in English speaking inflammatory bowel disease patients

Comparing importance and performance from a patient perspective in English general practice: a cross-sectional survey

The Passive Patient and Disclosure of Genetic Information: Can English Tort Law Protect the Relatives’ Right to Know?

P434 IBD patients have a higher rate of femoral neck fractures: A record-linkage study of English hospital admissions from 1999–2008

Making a Medical Living: Doctors and Patients in the English Market for Medicine, 1720—1911. By Anne Digby (New York: Cambridge University Press, 1994. xix plus 348pp. $64.95)

Explanations, explanations, explanations: how do patients with limited English construct narrative accounts in multi-lingual, multi-ethnic settings, and how can GPs interpret them?

Anne Digby. Making a Medical Living: Doctors and Patients in the English Market for Medicine, 1720–1911. (Cambridge Studies in Population, Economy and Society in Past Time, number 24.) New York: Cambridge University Press. 1994. Pp. xix, 348. $64.95

 

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Michael Ondaatje's best-known novel secured his international reputation by being named co-winner of the Booker Prize. It also won a Governor General's Award (his third). Though not, strictly speaking ...

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Michael Ondaatje (b. 1943) Sri Lankan-born Canadian writer


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