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Alexander Fleming's discovery of penicillin in his London lab in 1928 led to its eventual development by a team at Oxford University, headed by Howard Florey and Ernest Chain, yet the pair are rarely remembered. This book goes behind the science to reveal the quirky history of the antibiotic. - Website
"Using easy-to-implement strategies, The Resilient Physician shows physicians how to improve their resilience even in the most challenging situations. Readers will learn how to identify their personal stress triggers, reduce anxiety and anger, enhance collaboration skills, and strengthen leadership abilities" [from back cover]