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Richard Asher talking sense

Richard Asher

Richard Asher talking sense

by Richard Asher

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Published by Pitman in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Medicine.,
  • Medicine -- Humor.,
  • Medicine -- Collected works.,
  • Wit and humor.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementedited by Sir Francis Avery Jones; with a foreword by Lord Rosenheim and an introductory appreciation by William Bean.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsR117 .A79 1972
    The Physical Object
    Paginationx, 179 p.
    Number of Pages179
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5521034M
    ISBN 100273000667, 0273000675
    LC Control Number73594579

    Br J Dermatol () 8. R. Asher, Richard Asher Talking Sense. Edited by Sir Francis Avery Jones () Pitman Medical Publishing Tunbridge Wells, UK 9. J.A. Parrish, T.B. Fitzpatrick, L. Tanenbaum, M.A. Pathak, Photochemotherapy of psoriasis with oral methoxsalen and longwave ultraviolet light N Eng J Med () Cited by: 6.   This book is in the tradition of Richard Asher's Talking Sense (Pitman Med, ), being firmly based on medical practice, but informed by a broad cultural awareness. Thinking about Patients is written in an engaging and conversational style and is an antidote to the increasingly leaden approach of the evidence based medicine : Jeremy Playfer.

      Referring nowadays to Richard Asher, it is often necessary to characterize him as the father of Jane. No bad thing, I think, to be remembered as the father of somebody so talented, but to my generation he is remembered as a teacher, clinician and the author of highly original essays, helpful lessons for young doctors, collected posthumously as ‘Talking Sense’ 1 and making a useful Author: Anthony Seaton. Explore books by Richard Asher with our selection at Click and Collect from your local Waterstones or get FREE UK delivery on orders over £

    Personal life. Richard Asher was born to the Reverend Felix Asher and his wife Louise (née Stern). He married Margaret Augusta Eliot at St Pancras' Church, London on 27 July , whereupon his father-in-law gave him a complete set of the Oxford English Dictionary, which physician and medical ethicist Maurice Pappworth alleged was the source of Asher's "accidental" reputation as a medical. Asher R. Talking sense (Lettsomian lecture, 16 Feb, ). Transactions of the Medical Society of London, vol LXXV, Reproduced in: Jones, FA, ed. Richard Asher talking sense. London: Pitman Medical, Read more in: The beneficial effects of optimism and wishful thinking.


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Richard Asher Talking Sense About Medicine presents a collection of writings from the renowned physician Richard Asher (–). Asher is delightfully frank in his writing style and provides advice about good writing and logical reasoning that are as relevant today as they were over 50 years ago when that very advice was written by typewriter.

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With other outstanding papers they were published posthumously in as a book called Richard Asher talking sense. His fame spread to the United States were he had ‘a triumphant procession’.

At home he had become President of the Clinical Section of the Royal Society of Medicine when, inauthority decreed that his mental observation. Personal life. Richard Asher was born to the Rev Felix Asher and his wife Louise (née Stern).

He married Margaret Augusta Eliot at Pancras, London on 27 July[6] whereupon his father-in-law gave him a complete set of the Oxford English Dictionary, which physician and medical ethicist Maurice Pappworth alleged was the source of Asher's 'accidental' reputation as a medical etymologist.

[7]. Richard asher and some words of wisdom 1. Richard Asher:Some words ofwisdomJonathan McFarlandFebruary 2. Short Biography He was an eminent British endocrinologist and haematologist. Asher himself described the modern haematologist as an individual who “instead of describing in English what he can see, prefers to describe in Greek what he can’t”(1).

Richard Asher: Talking Sense. London: Pitman Medical, A Sense of Asher. London: British Medical Association, The Royal Society of Medicine recently (3 November – 24 January ) held an exhibition called “Richard Asher (): A Celebration”.

Asher, an English physician and writer, is mainly unknown to those under. This article is within the scope of WikiProject Medicine, which recommends that medicine-related articles follow the Manual of Style for medicine-related articles and that biomedical information in any article use high-quality medical visit the project page for details or ask questions at Wikipedia talk:WikiProject Medicine.

B This article has been rated as B-Class on the.Talking Sense about Medicine. Richard Asher. Psychology News Press, London, pp, £ ISBN –0––40–2. Few books remain fresh after 50 years. And even fewer can be predicted to stay fresh for the next 50 : Sanjay Pai.Personal life [].

Richard Asher was born to the Reverend Felix Asher and his wife Louise (née Stern). He married Margaret Augusta Eliot at St Pancras' Church, London on 27 Julywhereupon his father-in-law gave him a complete set of the Oxford English Dictionary, which doctor and medical ethicist Maurice Pappworth alleged was the source of Asher's "accidental" reputation as a medical.