White Coat Wisdom - Book or Audio Book

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White Coat Wisdom is an award-winning medical book written by Stephen J. Busalacchi and the culmination of almost 25 years in medical journalism. It is available as an unabridged audio book narrated by the author or a newly updated and revised 473-page hardcover book, culled from more than 56 hours of in-person interviews. White Coat Wisdom explores the experiences of extremely accomplished professionals who have found true fulfillment in life through service to others. Within this award-winning book, listeners hear or read the story of medicine through real-life circumstances that inform, amaze and entertain, straight from the physicians themselves.


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Author: Stephen J. Busalacchi
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Audio Book - MP3 CD, length 23 hours
Hardcover Book - 9 in. x 6 in.
473 pages
Published by Apollo's Voice
Book ISBN 9780979422201
Highly recommended by the Mayo Clinic Proceedings, Midwest Book Review and LibraryThing
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Steve Busalacchi is a medical journalist, author and speaker, who reported for National Public Radio and Wisconsin Public Radio for 15 years. In the process, he won more than two dozen journalism awards. Most recently, the Wisconsin Medical Society honored him with the 2007 Medical Issues Reporting Award. He is the author of White Coat Wisdom, an oral history of extraordinary physicians, endorsed by C. Everett Koop, MD and Nancy Dickey, MD. Busalacchi is also author of Media Savvy, Media Success!, a quick guide to stellar performance with the news media. Busalacchi has spent a decade as a communications specialist for the Wisconsin Medical Society, and more recently, as the principal of a health communications firm in Madison, Wisconsin, where he lives with his wife and two young daughters.