Known for his weekly dose of Rude Health in the Sunday Independent, Dr Maurice Guéret likes to prescribe outside the box.
His writings on materia medica entertain and educate in equal measure.
Two books have been published by Maurice in recent years – compilations of his work over 30 years, both best-sellers.
Copies of The Doctor’s Case and What The Doctor Saw are available.
HOW TO ORDER
Each book costs €16. Delivery is free to addresses in Ireland.
To order either or both books you can contact Lilian at email@example.com
She can take a credit card order and advise on digital transfer.
Or you can send a cheque / postal order made payable to IMD Publishing to
IMD, PO Box 5049, Terenure, Dublin D6w.
Dr Guéret can sign or personally dedicate his books if requested.
If you prefer to call, books may be collected in Terenure, Dublin – just email firstname.lastname@example.org in advance for details.
The Doctor’s Case can be ordered on Amazon.
What The Doctor Saw may also be ordered on Amazon.
Entertaining, amusing, fascinating and interesting – what more could you want in a book?
Gay Byrne, Late Broadcaster
At last, the Maurice Gueret compendium. What the Doctor Saw pulls together a collection of writings from Irish medicine’s sharpest, funniest and most incisive writer.
Dr Paul Carson, Author
A sharp edge, healthy cynicism and a real love for medicine. Buy this book!
Brendan O’Connor, Broadcaster
While much of this book is highly amusing and all of it very readable, there is an utter, utter seriousness at its heart. Both of Dr Guéret’s books are valuable additions to the medical literature.
Professor Brendan Kelly, Irish Journal of Psychological Medicine
A wonderful book to dip into, learn from, and enjoy.
Sue Leonard, Irish Examiner
Arguably the most important (certainly the most entertaining) Irish medical writer of the past decade.
Dr Stephen McWilliams, Irish Medical News
A fine collection of ruminations on stuff that concerns us all. The guy can write.
Tom Doorley, Daily Mail
Superb showcase, a brilliant compilation from a skillful writer with a great wit
Alexander Fitzgerald, Editor, Irish Tatler Man