Bryan’s writing structure in his book is professional by the way he would introduces different court cases he had previously worked on into each progressing personal thought and analysis over the topic of innocents on death row. From beginning to end the dictionary was my best friend when struggling through the author 's complex vocabulary. The selection of his vocabulary such as; menacing, discretionary, and unprecedented made it difficult to understand the author when he was expressing his thoughts or describing a scenario. His writing style is intelligent because even though his writing tends to be scholarly, there are ways to still create pictures with your head. His descriptive scenario gave me a tangible image of how it might’ve looked like and me feel in his position during this intense scene when a white male police officer pointed a gun to his face because he looked suspicious in the middle of the night sitting in his car.
It is a historical fiction that the author uses historical facts and situations as background for this story about fictional characters. From the reading of this historical fiction, readers learn to appreciate stories from the past as most of them feel bored while reading history textbook. It is good to engage readers with the exciting world of history. They can also develop an appreciation for the life experiences of those who may be culturally or socially different from themselves. Throughout reading this book, the readers can feel that he or she experiences the historical setting and situation as all of the plots in this book is in real places and a definite period of time in history that the readers intends to know more about.
Disability is a topic that has been difficult for many to talk about. Many people have many different viewpoints on it, but the brilliantly written book, Flowers for Algernon, has put a new spin on the topic and opened up a whole new world of possibilities for new discussion. This is all because the genius author, Daniel Keyes, gave people a way to discuss the topic and the book in a third person point of view when they are really broadening and speaking their minds on how they think about miserable diseases that is burdening many in this world. In Flowers for Algernon by Daniel Keyes, Charlie Gordon is a thirty-two old man who has an intellectual disability. He works at Donner’s Bakery where he is met with many of his “friends”.
The author can use description to help the readers visualize anything. He describes things in precise detail so that readers can understand what he is trying to show them. In conclusion, The Battle Of The Labyrinth is an amazing book the tens of thousands of people enjoy.
Engel devised the model as he “questioned the dominance of the biomedical model” (Wise Geek,2014). Engel’s model became the preferred model to use in healthcare as many physicians felt that the biomedical model didn’t take into account all the factors which affected a patient’s health. The biopsychosocial model is an extremely useful tool to physicians but it can also be argued that since its birth doctors have a more difficult job. With the old model, doctors simply had to consider the scientific matters. Now, doctors must probe deeper into a patient’s background.
When Breath Becomes Air by Paul Kalanithi is a unique three-part narrative that follows a variety of perspectives while following the transformation – both physically and spiritually – of Kalanithi. Following his diagnosis of Stage IV metastatic lung cancer, the Stanford University neurosurgical resident found himself once again questioning: “What makes human life meaningful?” Through his education, both in the humanities and the sciences, Kalanithi found that literature and medicine supplement one another. By having the relationship he does with literature and medicine, Kalanithi is a step above other physicians from a humanistic standpoint. By focusing specifically on the significance of the passage above, the way in which the two subjects complement one another can be further analyzed and appreciated – a concept that arguably seems to be lacking in modern medicine.
I believe this happens a lot in hospitals because of what doctors and physicians are taught. In Chapter 8 it talks about the ethics of hospitals and how doctors usually follow the code and rules but do not necessarily see the real-life scenario. The answer to some of these terminally ill patients is just to feel comfortable and not to be in
I started by observing in the ER and eventually began assisting in surgeries. Our hospital received a large volume of trauma patients – road traffic accidents, gunshot/stab wounds and even blast injuries. I really appreciated how fast a surgery could improve the patient’s condition, sometimes just over minutes in the OR. It was a great feeling operating on patients restoring their anatomy back to a functioning state, watching them leave on foot; a feeling that cannot be explained in words alone. It often made me wonder about the ability of the human body to endure such levels of damage and still be repairable.
Eduardo Cuellar Aguilar was able to identify with the readers. To enumerate, the tremendous obstacles he had to face from the beginning of the story to the last was astonishing. He was able to talk about how life can start off easy and liberating, but it can get bumpy in times. Eduardo was able to introduce a different mindset to the readers when it comes to the medical field. His experiences whether they were negative or positive they became a part of him and a lesson for him.
Many doctors have expressed their sympathies about Genie’s encounter, hence, it is very likely that there is personal emotion attached to Genie’s therapy. It is undeniable that some doctors offer their assistance with the pure intention to cure her, but gradually, the purpose of therapy mutates as they begin to see the potential benefits in studying her illness, and thus her therapy is exploited. According to an interview in the film, one of the doctors admitted that the reason doctors in different disciplines were rather enthusiastic about helping Genie, was mainly due to the collection of data in her case can be extremely useful in advancing breakthroughs in each of their own respective fields. Frankly speaking, Genie is treated as a valuable test subject more than a person who deserves to be helped, and the purpose of her therapy is merely an experiment. Looking from a researcher’s perspective, using Genie as a scientific subject will certainly benefit the medical field in the long-term, while viewing from a doctor’s standpoint, prioritizing on providing a therapy to cure Genie is far more important.
The physician is not your typical bleed-heart caring doctor. Rather, he comes across as insensitive and always sarcastic. His redeeming trait is the ability to correctly diagnose seemingly any medical quandary. Dr. House oversees an elite team of diagnosticians at the prestigious Princeton-Plainsboro Hospital. Each episode portrays Dr. House partaking in outlandish and childish behaviors which are overlooked by his colleges because Dr. House always ends up solving the puzzle of the mysterious ailment.
To begin with, Reverend Hale thought that he has authority due to his incredible power of finding and curing spiritual problems. In the story, people of Salem think that Betty has witchcraft. In order to figure out, the community calls, Reverend Hale, “spiritual doctor”, so he can examine Betty, Parris’s daughter, for witchcraft symptoms or a cure to a spiritual problem. When Hale enters the Parris’ house, Parris, minister of Salem, insisted to carrying the books. After Parris carries the book he mentioned that the books were heavy.
Overall, 1938: Hitler’s Gamble was an informative and enlightening book that handles the escalation of a brutal conflict. The book encourages the reader to wonder, to ask questions. MacDonogh’s work is thought-provoking, fascinating, and terrifying. Still, there are criticisms, including the massive level of detail involved. Giles MacDonogh’s research has led him to become somewhat of an expert on the subject, and he writes as such.
The patient medical form, as a genre primarily used for information gathering and record keeping, is structured in such a way that it allows the reader the necessary information concerning the patient’s past medical history, as well as any other relevant or current information that would aid the physician in constructing diagnosis and treatment. This is another example of the rhetoric appeal for the genre. The audience of the genre, the patient when filling out the form, gets a sense of a __________ due the genre’s writing structure and rhetor. The rhetor utilizes basic vocabulary so that even an average person, even illiterate in the field of medicine is well aware about what is being asked.