“I was riveted from the first page,” was the reaction of
a senior health professional to this first-person account of a traumatically injured patient, a
collaterally damaged family and their multi-year relationship with many health professionals. Rare is such a
riveting first-person, minute-by-minute account; rarer still, by a father.
All readers will
take away the story, suspense, drama, and knowledge for present and future use—including
To Do lists. One such item is how professionals and families can use techniques
such as blood harmony—entrainment—to save and heal the traumatically injured,
the acutely ill and the collaterally damaged family.
you are preparing health care courses for the coming year, this compelling book
will provide new insights, and stimulate thought and discussion in key practice
areas. It has been augmented by and for health professionals and educators.
… it is captured as a whole lived experience, including the
explainable, the frightening, the joyful and the mysterious. It is the story
before analysis, before explanation and before the extraction of
"useful" guidance for professionals that captures the heart. Read the
words, see his family and yours and marvel at your good fortune to have this
account. Learning will follow.
David A. Gass, MD, CCFP, FCFP, Professor
of Family Medicine, Dalhousie University
For more testimonials click on Testimonials.
This minute-by-minute account is enriched
by anecdotes and revelations behind the social media public face; and analysis,
observations and recommendations. Miraculously the traumatically injured
patient provides an epilogue—3 years into the journey. The book directly empowers
and challenges readers to be—and use—the power of one. Also it affirms
those called to health care.
To sample the book you can go to Introduction, Chapter One, Excerpts for Professionals, Excerpts for Family and For Friends and Detailed Table of Contents.
Six months before the book was completed a
nursing school committed to adding the text to courses and an association of
health professionals commissioned an article for their newsletter and promoted
the book to their members.
For more information about this book's appropriateness for training health care professionals click on Professionals and Excerpts for Professionals.
Upcoming Speaking Engagements
Brain Injury Association of Canada Conference
September 25-27, 2013, Kingston, Ontario, Canada
The author will deliver a keynote address to the
Annual Conference of
the Brain Injury Association of Canada http://biac-aclc.ca/en/
For previous events and speaking engagements and access to video and notes, go to News.
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