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Bestselling Author Adam Kay Tells Us The Hilarious And Sometimes Horrifying Truth About Life And Work In A HospitalWelcome To Hour Weeks Welcome To Life And Death Decisions Welcome To A Constant Tsunami Of Bodily Fluids Welcome To Earning Less Than The Hospital Parking Meter Wave Goodbye To Your Friends And Relationships Welcome To The Life Of A First Year DoctorScribbled In Secret After Endless Days, Sleepless Nights And Missed Weekends, Comedian And Former Medical Resident Adam Kay S This Is Going To Hurt Provides A No Holds Barred Account Of His Time On The Front Lines Of MedicineHilarious, Horrifying And Heartbreaking By Turns, This Is Everything You Wanted To Know And Than A Few Things You Didn T About Life On And Off The Hospital Ward And Yes, It May Leave A Scar This Is Going to Hurt: Secret Diaries of a Medical Resident


About the Author: Adam Kay

Adam Kay is a British writer, comedian and former doctor Kay studied and trained at Imperial College School of Medicine in London, during which time he also wrote for BBC Radio 4 and founded the musical comedy group Amateur Transplants Kay worked as an obstetrician and gynaecologist for several years before embarking on a full time career as a comedian and writer.



10 thoughts on “This Is Going to Hurt: Secret Diaries of a Medical Resident

  1. says:

    So I told them the truth the hours are terrible, the pay is terrible, the conditions are terrible you re underappreciated, unsupported, disrespected and frequently physically endangered But there s no better job in the worldI devoured this book in a single sitting It is rare to find a book that can make you laugh and cry in equal measure especially, I think, a nonfi


  2. says:

    I finished the book It was a mostly irreverent look at the early years of being a junior doctor, then an obstetrician, until something catastrophic happens to a patient and the author turned from medicine to writing comedy It was an excellent read, one good anecdote after another and rather than a review I d like to summarise two One concerns herbal medicine and the ot


  3. says:

    4.5 stars I have a newfound respect for doctors and my mom, who is a nurse I remember when I was a teenager, I would call her at her work to ask if she could get so and so from the store and sometimes she would respond with, I can t today, love, I m too tired I can barely keep my eyes open I ll go tomorrow I would be so annoyed when she would say that, not understanding t


  4. says:

    SUCH an important book Anyone who does not work in the NHS should be obliged to read this.


  5. says:

    A genuinely funny collection of stories from a former doctor some so horrifying, surprising, or amusing that I had those hard to breathe while laughing moments, immediately making Audible clips and sending them to all my friends It s not for the squeamish, be prepared for lots of blood, births, bad language, and assorted implements stuck in places they really shouldn t be Rarel


  6. says:

    This book had me laughing hysterically one minute and desperately trying not to cry the next It was heart warming, hilarious and devastating all at once.Easy 5 s


  7. says:

    I so needed this book Of course in the states we don t have National Health, but many of the snippets of humor are universal Irreverent humor, spread around If you are easily offended this book is probably not one you want to read The many things people can put in their bodies, unreal Some of the stories are cringe worthy, some unbelievable, but things these young doctors encounter.T


  8. says:

    4 Today crossed the line from everyday patient idiocy to me checking around the room for hidden cameras After a lengthy discussion with a patient s husband about how absolutely no condoms fit him, I establish he s pulling them right down over his balls. Extremely witty and funny I fully appreciated the use of Harry Potter aliases.This gives a realistic picture of what it is like to work


  9. says:

    I loved this In part funny and heartwarming, yet also utterly heartbreaking and disillusioned I think this strikes a particular cord with me at the moment as the author was an obs gynae doctor, and I ve recently spent time myself as an inpatient on such a ward This is the first book in a while where I ve read passages out to my husband while laughing out loud one minute and then had to hol


  10. says:

    A series of supposably funny anecdotes that feltlike a podcast than a novel Adam Kay was a junior doctor from 2004 until 2010, before a devastating experience on a ward caused him to reconsider his future He kept a diary throughout his training, and This Is Going to Hurt intersperses tales from the front line of the NHS with reflections on the current crisis This is one of those books that I


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