Inside Doctoring: Stages and Outcomes in the Professional Development of Physicians

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Index
Abbott, Geoff, 142
Adler, Robert, 141 aggression, 239 alcohol abuse, 239 in internship, 118 by physicians, 121 alcoholism, 212
Alexander, Eben, Jr., 98
Alpert, J. J., 116, 121, 127
Altman, Lawrence K., 76 altruism, as defense mechanism, 242
AMA, 199, 200 anatomy: laboratory, collective defense in, 99 setting of, 24-26 study of, 23-24
Anbar, Ran D., 76 anesthesiologist, distinguishing, 153-54
Angell, Marcia, 194 anger, chronic, of house officer, 119 anxiety, 239 neurosis, 212
Appel, K., 233, 237
Association of American Medical Colleges, 4 attachment, 239 autognosis groups, for house officers, 126
Axelsson, Karen, 8, 12-17
Bassuk, E., 116
Bates, E. M., 124, 128
Battle, W. C., 238
Becker, H. S., 74
behavioral science in medicine, 239 Berman, Ellen M., 194
Betcher, W. R., 74
Bice, T. W., 119, 127
Bigger, Thomas J., 116, 117, 118, 119, 122, 124, 127, 141
Bittker, Thomas E., 245
Black, David, 76
Blakeslee, S., 125, 128
Bloom, S. W., 74
body, human:
emotional response to, 22-23
study of, 22-42
Boisaubin, Eugene V., 141
Borus, J. F., 144, 150
Bosk, C. L., 123, 125, 128
Boyle, B. P., 201, 205
Bressler, Daniel J., 10, 60-62
Brighton, J. R., 121, 127
Broadhead, R. S., 74
Burnam, John F., 194
business aspects of clinical practice, 147
Cadden, J. J., 125, 128
Caldwell, Fred T., 97-98
Carey, Susan, 194
Carlson, Gabrielle A., 245
Casscells, Ward, 80, 87, 141
Cassem, Edwin H., 141
Cassem, N. H., 127
Castiglioni, A., 116
Chamberlain, Allan, 142
Clayton, Paula J., 120, 121, 124, 126, 127, 141
clinical practice:
business aspects of, 147
and finances, 148
conditioning, of medical students, 102-3
Cook, Robert H., 75
Cookson, Clive, 75

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