- Author:Dr. Edmond A. Murphy MD ScD
- Publisher:The Johns Hopkins University Press; 2nd edition (March 18, 1997)
- Pages:416 pages
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by Dr. Edmond A. Murphy MD ScD (Author). The fact that Murphy speaks to us from such a high echelon is of course a major strength because the book is richly studded with gems of insight, so that almost any reader can learn a lot from this book.
by Dr. ISBN-13: 978-0801855382. I personally experienced the joy of discovery and growth every single day during the months I spent reading the book (it's amenable to being read in short sections), and I was saddened to have reached the end.
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When first published twenty years ago, The Logic of Medicine presented a new way of thinking about clinical medicine as a scholarly discipline as well as a profession.
by atul gawande, MD, mph - that forcibly calls to mind just the kind of poor diagnostic practice tony murphy had railed against and attempted to put aright in his systematic coverage of the philosophy of medicine e . leading to poor individual treatment and poor public policy. A few snippets: It isn’t enough to eliminate unnecessary care.
Edmond Antony (Tony) Murphy, MD, a pioneer in the field of medical genetics and long-term . His books, The Logic of Medicine (1976) and Probability in Medicine (1979) are still often cited and remain among the seminal works in the philosophy of medicine.
His books, The Logic of Medicine (1976) and Probability in Medicine (1979) are still often cited and remain among the seminal works in the philosophy of medicine.
The Logic of Medicine. Underpinnings of Medical Ethics. Skepsis, dogma, and belief : uses and abuses in medicine.
Edmond A. Publishing: Publication: The Logic of Medicine. Principles of genetic counseling. Probability in medicine. Edmond Murphy - Writer.
Daniel A. Albert, and Michael D. Resnik. Daniel A. Albert and Michael D. Resnik, "The Logic of Medicine. Murphy," Philosophy of Science 45, no. 3 (Se. 1978): 488-490. Of all published articles, the following were the most read within the past 12 months. Extrapolation of Experimental Results through Analogical Reasoning from Latent Classes. van Eersel et al. Presidential Address, PSA 2016: An Epistemology of Scientific Practice.
Fraser Mustard, Edmond A. Murphy, Harry C. Rowsell, H. G. Downie. The American journal of medicine. Murphy, Mary E. Francis. Thrombosis et diathesis haemorrhagica. The estimation of blood platelet survival. II. The multiple hit model. The familial component in longevity. A study of offspring of nonagenarians.
When first published twenty years ago, The Logic of Medicine presented a new way of thinking about clinical medicine as a scholarly discipline as well as a profession. Since then, advances in research and technology have revolutionized both the practice and theory of medicine. In this new, extensively rewritten edition, Dr. Murphy includes changes to show how these different areas of scholarship may affect details of "the logic of medicine" without compromising its fundamental coherence.
New to this edition are discussions of the challenge of the flood of new empirical data, new ideas in genetics, molecular biology, homeostasis, pathogenesis, cancer, aging, and Alzheimer's disease. Murphy also comments on such new theoretical topics as dynamic systems, chaos, and fractals and their impact on the burgeoning fields of philosophy and practice of medicine. Written with medical students in mind, the book includes a glossary, many new examples, and problems for solutions with comments on each. An entirely new chapter deals with modeling. Clinicians and researchers will also find the principles thought-provoking and illuminating.