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Unformatted text preview: The author of this article continues to challenge health care professionals to take a deeper look into their personal lives. The author suggests that they forgive themselves for anything that they may have done wrong for a patient; forgiveness leads to happiness and success. After they reconcile with themselves, they can understand their patients on a deeper level. I completely agree with this author. I think the main theme of this movie is lost at first viewing. I understood the concepts of the movie; however, if I were a health care professional, I would feel misrepresented. Doctors that view this movie should consider this authors ideas because while this movie is not about the care of heath care professionals, it does offer a way to improve their services. This article allows viewers of the movie W;t to understand the main themes of the movie and ways to apply those ideas into everyday life. Sulmasy, Daniel. At W;ts End. The Rebirth of the Clinic. 213....
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This note was uploaded on 04/15/2008 for the course ENG 112 taught by Professor O'brien during the Winter '08 term at Greenfield.
- Winter '08