Atul Gawande writes profoundly about medicine. He’s a surgeon, author, researcher (with a particular interest in patient safety and care) and staff writer for The New Yorker. Being Mortal is his fourth book, and in it he wrestles as a clinician and as a son with dilemmas concerning end-of-life care.
In conversation with Middlemore Hospital ICU specialist David Galler, Gawande will prompt us to rethink our relationship with medicine, during our life and, most crucially, at its close.
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