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Doctors Are Humans Too

The experts face some of the challenges we do.


They are thought of either as friend or foe. They get barked at by families who are too consumed by worry. They get cried on. They deliver some of the best news and the worst ones in the world. They see people from all walks of life, people with different financial situation, people with different outlook, people who treat people with kindness, people who could not care less about others.

Sometimes people forget that doctors are human too. They have families who wait for them at home; they have friends they’d rather hang out with sometimes instead of the number of patients in a hospital.

Doctors hurt too, perhaps for a lost patient or a missed recital of a son or daughter. They have their own set of worries—perhaps a smoking addiction they cannot quit or a college loan that must be paid off. They too are affected by some of the things that affect other people, yet they must put those aside when people are in their care. The moment they report for duty, they are doctors bound by oath to treat people and save lives as best as they can. The outside world is put on hold.

In his book Called to be a Surgeon, Not for Bread Alone, author and general and pediatric surgeon Neville Connolly talks about the challenges he encountered as a young doctor with opposing trainings from England and the United States. He talks about the challenge of rising above the pressure of commercialized medicine. Finally, he shares his passion for the profession that he had been called to do.

For more about the author and his book, Called to be a Surgeon, Not for Bread Alone, please visit his website:
“Called to be a Surgeon”
Written by Neville K. Connolly
Published by Your Online Publicist
Published Date: June 2019
Paperback: $15.99
Ebook: $3.99
About the Author

Dr. Neville K. Connolly has advanced medical-surgical degrees. In England, MC.BChir from Cambridge University and a Fellowship from the Royal College of Surgeons. In the US, he has an MD from Harvard Medical School and a Fellowship from the American College of Surgeons and the American College of Pediatrics. His residency training was in England under the Public Health Service at the time of its inception. Because of the relative lack of specialties in England at that time, his experience in general and pediatric surgery was broad ranged and encompassing.

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 Neville Connolly
 Called To Be A Surgeon
 A Doctor’s Reflection
 The Practice Of Medicine
 Challenges Of Medicine

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