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On your return to work after your colonoscopy, your gut instinct is that you ll be the butt of all office jokes. Will you be tongue-tied? What if you had humor to defuse the situation?
In Colonoscopy is a Gas, you will discover one-liners, jokes, and anecdotes sure to distract co-workers & friends from guffawing about your colonoscopy.
This pull my finger anthology is sure to RECTIFY your fears about screening colonoscopy. It s right up my alley. I laughed my butt off! ~ Ms Butt Meddler
Gastroenterologist Dr. Patricia Raymond & her alter ego, Ms Butt Meddler get to the bottom of promoting laughter about your screening colonoscopy!
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Dr. Patricia Raymond takes medicine seriously...and herself lightly.
The author of Don t Jettison Medicine has been there. She is dismayed by the increasingly dis-eased healthcare relationships, seeing caring careers become joyless, and finding patients obstructed from participating in their own wellness.
Today, in her solo gastroenterology office, she practices what she preaches... timely medical care in an atmosphere of respect and dignity, in partnership with her patients and staff.
This provides her the flexibility to share her knowledge, experiences, and hope with her colleagues throughout the US, while staying in close touch with the realities faced by practicing health professionals. Dr Raymond hosted the popular weekly NPR program House Calls from 2004 through 2007. She writes editorials about physician-nurse collaboration and on patient partnership. Her editorials have been published in magazines, including: Physicians Practice, EndoNurse, Real Life Healthcare and My Family Doctor. Dr. Raymond s story Strong Medicine , on the healing power of words, is featured in Chicken Soup for the Caregivers Soul. She performs as the divine Ms Butt Meddler to support colon cancer screening awareness, and thus wrote her first book of this series, Colonoscopy: It'll Crack U Up!
When asked, What is your vision for how medicine should be practiced? , her answer is simple: Doctors, nurses, and patients working in partnership to ensure optimum wellness, not just the absence of disease.
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