Intended for healthcare professionals

Comment: A little bit of light reading

It is said that psychologists can tell a lot about an individual simply by knowing what they read. For my last long train journey, I took a copy of The World According to Clarkson (Jeremy) and the chemical pathology section of the Whittington Hospital Laboratory Handbook of 1968 by Dr T. Dormandy. If any dermato-psychologist out there can make sense of that combination without reading the rest of this editorial, I’ll be a bit surprised.
Dermatology in practice 2008; 16(3): 3–3
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