FIND A CAREER IN MEDICINE by Robert S. Starrett

FIND A CAREER IN MEDICINE

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KIRKUS REVIEW

A compendium of data addressed to the student who finds attractive the idea of pursuing a medical vocation, this text is both encouraging and wisely cautioning. After emphasizing the degree of energy, time, and material support such a career involves, Robert Starrett suggests that budgeting in high school for future expenses would be practical. He indicates the types of undergraduate studies appropriate for the prospective medical student and also outlines the various medical fields in which one may specialize, stressing their particular aspects. A readable introduction to a complicated and rewarding field of study.

Pub Date: Feb. 19th, 1959
Publisher: Putnam