Description - How to Survive Being a Doctor by Mike Haskins
Doctors have one of the most rewarding jobs in the world. But if you're going to be faced with the horrors of yellow toenails, highly contagious rashes and humans in general when they're feeling their worst, you're going to need survival skills: Think positively: At least you aren't suffering from these ailments, at least not yet . . . Reassure yourself: You'll be able to retire in your 50s (assuming you survive the health service that long) This mischievous little book will help see you through your years as a doctor with tongue-in-cheek advice and cheeky illustrations. AUTHORS: Mike Haskins is a writer and researcher who has worked on TV providing scripts for everyone from Simon Pegg to Christopher Biggins. He has worked on radio series featuring Des O'Connor, Bruce Forsyth and Brian Eno (although sadly not all at the same time). He has worked for many years with everyone from Griff Rhys Jones to Griff Rhys Jones and has written (or co-written) a vast pile of books including the bestselling joke collection, Man Walks Into A Bar. Clive Whichelow is a journalist and comedy writer. He has written for Rory Bremner, Jonathan Ross, Spitting Image and many others as well as for The Mail on Sunday, the Daily Express and the Daily Mirror.
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