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Adam Kay’s time in medicine may have been relatively brief, but it was filled with experiences familiar to many of us, and he has taken reflective practice to a different level as he revisits notes he made for his training portfolio. I thought that as a doctor who had worked through years in the National Health Service, familiarity would breed not quite contempt but indifference to this book. I was wrong; the author’s writing …
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