Oguz Kaan Kısa · May 16, 2022
We've compiled a selection of six instructive books that we believe will assist anybody interested in or presently pursuing a career in medicine.
One of the most influential publications on the healthcare of the century. The book explores how healthcare has transformed and finds startling parallels to the computer sector, based on the notion of "disruption," created by HBS professor Clayton Christensen. Anyone working in healthcare or interested in the future of healthcare should read this book.
This FORBES magazine offer is offered by renowned Cardiologist Dr. Topol's book, which summarizes why you should read it: “Charting a path for how emerging innovations in Genomic information technology and mobile medicine might totally revolutionize the way we treat and prevent illness is a must.”
Ivan Illich discusses why industrialization and the introduction of technology have not led to as effective medicine as we all believe in this widely regarded and outstanding work. It highlights the basic problems in modern medicine as well as professional failings. Any modern doctor should read this book.
A book that demonstrated big data and calculated self probability and, in doing so, sparked a movement. Goetz, WIRED's editor-in-chief, takes the reader on a tour across many disciplines, combining technology and health.
Bernard Lown, Nobel Laureate, and world-renowned cardiologist offer his secrets to forgotten healing.
Both inspiring and terrifying. Anyone working in medicine should read this book. One of the few books that can educate you how to use clinical information in practice.