Just One More Question: Stories from a Life in Neurology




      Just One More Question: Stories from a Life in Neurology
The No 1 Bestseller Compelling colourful, thoughtful Sunday IndependentTubridy s compassionate, no nonsense approach makes him a comforting guide through the landscape of neurological medicine Irish Times Fascinating teems with interesting characters Sunday Business Post Oliver Sacks hoped that his neurological tales could bring us closer to where the psychic and the physical meet Tubridy s concerns are less rarefied He wants us to understand the human toll that illness takes Sunday Times It s a most readable book There s no jargon in it Se n O Rourke, RTAs a medical student Niall Tubridy fell in love with neurology Figuring out how the brain and nervous system signal problems was a form of high stakes detective work and answers could be life changing Just One More Question is the story of Niall Tubridy s career in neurology He shares the stories of encounters that are, by turn, poignant, dramatic and funny, such as The chef who goes for his usual morning walk, and loses his memory for the next six hoursThe painter who believes her left hand is her guardian angel The eager young lover whose head explodes every time he orgasmsUsing simple and illuminating language Tubridy also explains well known conditions like multiple sclerosis, motor neuron disease and Parkinson s and and brings us into the examining room as he accompanies patients with these diagnoses on their challenging path.In addition, he reflects candidly on the reasons he, a doctor s son, went into medicine, how he has been tested, and what he has learned about people and about himself along the way.Revealing, gripping and moving, Just One More Question will make you think in a new way about the human brain and about what it s like to be a doctor My brother has written a book which has to be one of the most extraordinary books written in Irish medical history I would say that, wouldn t I But it is great It s really good, really accessible, a super read We re all very proud of him Ryan Tubridy, RTFascinating Liz Nugent Very interesting and very entertaining Pat Kenny Niall s sense of wonder at the human brain is enormously clear even with almost three decades of work in the field under his belt RT LifestyleWill make you think in a whole new way about the human brain Ireland AM A book that will fascinate you with the patients tales but leave you at the end pondering the notion of what life really is Journal.ie Simple and illuminating Irish News Written in a very accessible way for non medical people, like myself Dave Fanning, RT New Read Just One More Question: Stories from a Life in Neurology author Niall Tubridy For Kindle ePUB or eBook – heartforum.co.uk

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  • Paperback
  • 304 pages
  • Just One More Question: Stories from a Life in Neurology
  • Niall Tubridy
  • 13 July 2018
  • 1844884570

10 thoughts on “ Just One More Question: Stories from a Life in Neurology

  1. Canadian says:

    getting the patient s story is central approaching it like a detective, adopting a Sherlock Holmesian strategy to finding out the background history and making the connections tracing the patient s movements and habits in the lead up to the moment they discerned something was wrong It is like a jigsaw, and even pieces that appear dull at the outset can be as important as any other piece when we come to see the whole pictureNeurologists keep probing, Columbo style, until theygetting the patient s story is central approaching it like a detective, adopting a Sherlock Holmesian strategy to finding out the background history and making the conn...

  2. Caroline says:

    Fascinating read I found this book funny at times but so sad at times Each of the patients stories were told with great compassion I hope he writes another book My favourite chapter was the one where he outlines his normal working day I found ...

  3. Ita says:

    As a patient of Professor Tubridy I was intrigued to find out what he Doctors in general thought of their patients As I have CP and also suffer with atypical migraines I am interested in the workings of the brain This is brought an accessible level for anyone to understand and find out a little about the many brain illnesses Now maybe the next time I attend the clinic I will have a greater appreciation for the doctors who I atte...

  4. Anne-marie says:

    I loved this Its so personable, well paced, translates the world of neurology into layman s language and explains complex conditions very clearly I love the insights aspect into the neurologist point of view and how the analysis begins at the point where he calls a client from the waiting room by observing how they carry themselves and how they follow instructions all which contribute to the diagnosis process He describes very compassionately how patients are instantly transported from the I loved this Its so personable, well paced, translates the world of neurology into layman s language and explains complex cond...

  5. Eileen M says:

    I enjoyed this book immensely, and found the stories of Tubridy s life and practice compelling I do have a weak spot for neurology though, so I was pre inclined to the subject matter That said, I did wish that there was a bitdetails throughout, and perhapson challenging cases The episodic nature of the book was fun and made it ideal for reading in quick snippets while traveling, but sometimes it left me wanting forAnd warning, psychosomatic symptoms are unavoidable while re I enjoyed this...

  6. Iain Snelling says:

    Feel a bit mean with only 3 stars but the format of short chapters gave it an anecdotal feel rather developed narratives A fewdetails and acknowledgement of other team members and organisational issues and frustrations would have been helpful The writing is...

  7. Sambasivan says:

    Amazing real life stories with human touch Multiple Sclerosis, Motor Neuton Disease, Parkinson s, Alzheimer s are really life destroying diseases for which there is no full cure till date The author humbly talks a...

  8. Lyndsey Gallagher says:

    I picked this book up because it reminded me of Adam Kay s book This Is Going To hurt Although I enjoyed it, it wasnt as good for me personally It was entertaining but not as addictive as Adam Kays.

  9. Tracey says:

    An interesting read, a lovely kind Doctor I enjoyed this book.Such a well written informative book Lets you have a taste of life from a Doctor s perspective A genuinely kind man.

  10. Grainne MacMahon says:

    Had to give up reading it as I was developing all the diseases he described However, if I ever needed a neurologist, I would go to him

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