Physician’s Near-Death Patient Experience Chronicled In Memoir, Inspired Campaign To Boost More Effective Communication.
Dr. Rana Awdish, a critical care medicine physician and director of Henry Ford’s Pulmonary Hypertension Program, speaks with ElizabethAtkins of MI Healthy Mind in unflinching candor about her experience as a patient on the brink of death in 2008, when a tumor ruptured in her liver, leading to multisystem organ failure. “As a physician I fully expected to die in the operating room.”
Also appearing, Dr. Carmen Maria McIntyre, who explains the Culture of Caring, and the Mind, Body, Spirit Connection.
Learn more about Dr. Awdish, author of the critically-acclaimed, best-selling memoir, In Shock, based on her own life-threatening illness.
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