The Observer reviews Doctors Dissected by Martin Scurr and Jane Haynes


‘But these are not questions I was expecting to have addressed in print, let alone with candour, informality, warmth and absence of taboo. This wonderfully readable and unusual book is not conventional in its approach, which is partly what makes it sympathetic. It is personal, conversational, unpredictable… It is fitting that a book that deplores a loss of personal connection between doctors and patients should make time to explore intimacy between its covers. And although this book is not as crude as a rallying cry, it leaves one wanting to be part of a crusade to win doctors more time to be everything they want – and need – to be.’

A fantastic review of Doctors Dissected by Martin Scurr and Jane Haynes in the Observer. Read the full article here and get your copy of the book here.