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By John D. Pickard

ISBN-10: 321128253X

ISBN-13: 9783211282533

This sequence, backed through the ecu organization of Neurosurgical Societies, has already develop into a vintage. mostly, one quantity is released in line with yr. The Advances part offers fields of neurosurgery and similar components during which vital fresh development has been made. The Technical criteria part good points precise descriptions of normal tactics to help younger neurosurgeons of their post-graduate education. The contributions are written through skilled clinicians and are reviewed through all participants of the Editorial Board.

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On one side, self-interest promotes values that guarantee self-satisfaction, progression in the academic or professional career, public recognition, financial comfort, in sum, happiness or its illusion . . On the other hand, altruism demands the promotion of these same values, but in favour of others and, if needed, with sacrifice of our own. It is certainly naı¨ve to believe that it is possible to create a health care system without taking into account this reality. In simple terms, it may be said that doctors have their types of self-interests.

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