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This is a somewhat vague memoir of Britain's NHS through her studentship and junior doctor roles. Perhaps she should remember that no health service is perfect. To me, this is a prolonged moan about the system in which she works and an equally prolonged monologue of self-adulation and self-pity.
This was such a self centred book; being a doctor is not about finding a cosy niche for yourself - its about doing something useful for others. We are asking a great deal from an imperfect NHS but the profession is able to do an extraordinary amount of good - consider high risk pregnancies, joint replacements, living with previously fatal diseases like childhood leukaemia and diabetes. I really felt that she was not a good choice as a "wild card" selection - hope she is happy listening to stories and feeling hard done by instead of feeling grateful to be allowed to connect with strangers and to do some good - an imperfect system but what is perfect