Preserving Patients: Anecdotes of a Junior Doctor

| March 9, 2018


A hysterical and sometimes tragic portrayal of a doctor’s interactions with a captivating array of patients contrasted against the frustrations and humdrum of being a junior doctor in the National Health Service. From being the saviour of a man’s anus to being mistaken for the milkman, Tom describes the complexity and absurdity of today’s medical practice with humour and aplomb.

Tom is a junior doctor working in the National Health Service. Tom Parsons is a pseudonym.


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