In this compelling, insightful, and beautifully written compendium of stories, Bruce Campbell shares the lessons he has learned, and continues to learn, throughout his medical education and his years as a highly successful surgeon, faculty member, and teacher. A Fullness of Uncertain Significance is refreshingly honest and introspective, exploring not only many of the desirable outcomes when he had been faced with a broad array of professional challenges, some potentially life-and death, but also those outcomes that were less than he had hoped for.
Readers will appreciate the author’s willingness to reveal that, “As a surgeon, I have made mistakes that have hurt people. This should not surprise anyone since, besides being a surgeon, I also am a human being.” Providers, teachers, and students of health care in every field and at every level of service will benefit greatly from what the author has accurately labeled “Stories of Surgery, Clarity, & Grace.”
This isn’t merely a book about one man’s life as a surgeon. It is a book about the need for understanding and compassion when dealing with others, especially those in distress.
- Myles Hopper, PhD, JD, author of My Father’s Shadow
From Dr. Campbell:
I was privileged to be in a writing group with Myles Hopper a couple of years ago and have always loved his gifts as a storyteller. His writing is insightful and creative. I highly recommend his memoir, My Father's Shadow.
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