Soft Cover, Cambridge, MA, U.S.A. American Academy of Arts and Sciences, 1986. Very Good with no dust jacket.
Square, sound copy with bright pages. Writing on title page. General light shelfwear to wrappers. ; Contents: Rogers, The early years: the medial world in which Walsh McDermott trained. Cassell, Ideas in conflict: the rise and fall (and rise and fall) of new views of disease. Kilbourne, The emergence of the physician-basic scientist in America. Ebert, Medical education at the peak of the era of experimental medicine. Beeson, The changing role model and the shift in power. Petersdorf, Medical schools and research: is the tail wagging the dog? Blendon, The problems of cost, access, and distribution of medical care. Cluff, America's romance with medicine and medical science. Johnson, Reaching out to the community: responses by medicine. Deuschle, Cross-cultural medicine: the Navajo Indians as case exemplar. Cassell, The changing concept of the ideal physician. Rogers, Where have we been? Where are we going? ; 9.0" (23 cm) tall; 238 pages.