Rude consultants, patient bloopers, execution by hanging, genital retraction syndrome, honest crisps, the last castrato, the absurdity of jogging, men in gardens, papal health, Irish transsexuals, medical senators, tasers, quacks, cryogenics, Sigmund Freud’s birthday, dead snooker players, traveller health, Australian medical slang, health fascism, the Iveagh baths and much more. It brings together over one hundred and forty essays including a new piece about his late grandfather, the psychiatrist William J. Coyne. Dr Coyne is pictured on the book’s cover, outside his office at the Central Mental Hospital, Dundrum where he was Governor. The hospital donkey was named Neddy.
HOW TO ORDER
What The Doctor Saw may be ordered by sending cheque or postal order for €16.99 to IMD Publishing, PO Box 5049, Dublin 6w. Delivery is free to addresses in Ireland. Dr Guéret would be delighted to sign copies or personally dedicate books if requested.
To order by credit card or electronic banking please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
This title sold out in many major bookshops, chains and independent booksellers across Ireland. Some may still have copies or can order the title in for you.
The book can also be ordered on Amazon.
Publishers: IMD, PO Box 5049, Dublin 6w, Ireland.
Queries to email@example.com
Entertaining, amusing, fascinating and interesting – what more could you want in a book? Gay Byrne, Lyric FM
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, International Bestselling Author.
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 sharp edge, healthy cynicism and a real love for medicine. Buy this book! Brendan O’Connor, Broadcaster
Fine collection of ruminations on stuff that concerns us all. The guy can write. Tom Doorley, Daily Mail