About the Book
In the time it took him to drive through a stoplight at the Four Corners of Law, Dr Landon Ratliff—distracted by the finest birthday present he’d ever received and wouldn’t remember—had his midlife crisis delivered to him in an instant. His journey through illness and injury and suffering and healing and love and redemption takes him places he’s visited before and places he’s never been. And, for the first time, he’s not traveling alone.
About the Author
In his professional roles as a physician, teacher, speaker, and writer, Dr. Schwab has focused on the importance of story in understanding the human struggle to find meaning in our lives, and the ways in which a study of the humanities can benefit those who are pursuing a career in healthcare.
Dr. Schwab is in demand as a speaker for university and medical school classroom settings and at grand rounds and medical conferences. He also speaks at hospitals and other medical staff gatherings, at medical humanities conferences, and to community groups with an interest in health care. His talks cover a variety of topics relating to the intersection of the humanities and medicine.
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Today is June 16, a day when literary geeks all over the world celebrate the life and work of James Joyce, focusing particularly on his masterpiece, Ulysses, which takes place in a single day, June 16, 1904, and whose hero is Leopold Bloom. On this day, I tip my cap to Joyce, who was a…Read More