Booktopia has Blood on My Hands, A Surgeon at War by Craig Jurisevic. Buy a discounted Paperback of Blood on My Hands online from. ‘First, do no harm’ is the Hippocratic Oath that all medical doctors swear to when they start practising. Dr Craig Jurisevic, an Australian surgeon. How would you introduce yourself to Albanian readership? My introduction to the Albanian readership would be brief. I am an Australian.
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Leaving behind a wife and son, Jurisevic flies to the Balkans under the auspices of the International Medical Corps. I admit, I did not finish this book, due to time, but also it was a rather brutal book at times, reminding me that crsig war in the Balkans was a nasty affair, that at times, was reduced to a tit-for tat gun fight at times.
Blood On My Hands: Craig Jurisevic and Robert Hillman
Band-Aid for a Broken Leg. I had no concept how you could become involved in a war.
I’m still gazing out over the valley when the other squad members return. It is hardly to be credited that the enlightened nations of Europe are allowing this nightmare to occur only sixty minutes by jet from Paris and London.
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Alex rated it liked it Aug 29, Twelve Years a Slave. I also admire the way the author talked about the ongoing personal cost of his experiences, and would be interested in further exploration of these issues.
The year isand a fresh hell is being created before our eyes. Erin Willis rated it really liked it Apr 27, This is his memoir of his time there, and, whether you agree wit Jurisevic is a doctor from Australia with Serbian antecedents. How to write a great review Do Say what you liked best and least Describe the author’s style Explain the rating you gave Don’t Use rude and profane language Include any personal information Mention spoilers or the book’s price Recap the plot.
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Juriseic title should be at least 4 characters long. The jurisevi of t In Craig Jurisevic, an Australian surgeon, volunteered his services with the International Medical Corps during the conflict in the Balkans. I Am Nujood, Age 10 and Divorced. The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel. No, cancel Yes, report it Thanks! No hatred at all towards anyone – lots of humanity to everyone! I wish I had Owen’s poems with me. Media Blood on my Hands. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read.
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Blood on My Hands: A Surgeon at War by Craig Jurisevic
Ratings and Reviews 1 3 star ratings 1 reviews. A Surgeon at War. My Life Among the Serial Killers. I sign off my note with love, get into my sleeping bag beside the stack of corpses and wait for sleep to come My cave, with its stacked corpses from the battlefield, has come to resemble that tunnel. Jurisevic is a doctor from Australia with Serbian antecedents. How to Do a Liver Transplant. Refresh and try again. My library Help Advanced Book Search. In Wilfred Owen’s poem of’Strange Meeting’ he writes of escaping from the battlefield through a tunnel that leads to hell, where the dead of the Great War live as wraiths.
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He had seen the Balkan wars of the early 90s on TV, but was stung to action when the war began in Kosovo.