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Rachel Clarke



Average rating: 3.36 · 28 ratings · 1 review · 14 distinct worksSimilar authors
Steps to Self-Publishing

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Falling Through the World

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“Women, as we know, used to be judged incapable of medicine. That changed in 1876, when, after a tenacious fight led by Britain’s first female doctor, Elizabeth Garret Anderson, the law was changed to prohibit women’s exclusion from medical schools. Now, more than 140 years later, female medical students outnumber men. Yet, according to Lawson, our predisposition to avoid antisocial hours and put family before career means we are more”
Rachel Clarke, Your Life In My Hands - a Junior Doctor's Story

“But what dominates palliative medicine is not the proximity to death, but the best bits of living. Kindness, courage, love, tenderness – these are the qualities that so often saturate a person’s last days. It can be chaotic, messy, almost violent with grief, but I am surrounded at work by human beings at their most remarkable, unable to retreat from the fact and the ache of our impermanence, yet getting on with living and loving all the same.”
Rachel Clarke, Dear Life: A Doctor’s Story of Love and Loss

“the most frightening experience of my professional life was not those hours spent under fire in Congo’s killing fields but my first night on call in a UK teaching hospital.”
Rachel Clarke, Your Life In My Hands - a Junior Doctor's Story

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