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  • Enjoying the Interval: Murray Enkin: A Life

    Medical Humanist and Honorary Midwife by

    Anyone who has enjoyed the great happiness and intimacy of a family-centred birth, and any midwife or health professional who has attended one, owes a debt of gratitude to internationally known Canadian doctor, researcher, and medical reformer, ...


  • One Step at a Time

    Reflections on a Battle with Leukemia by

    One Step At A Time is a firsthand account of a young man’s battle with leukemia. In the first half of the book, Brian Fraser describes, with the utmost honesty, what it is like to fight a relentless, punishing disease. He reflects on the horror of ...


  • The Beatles, Babies and Broken Bodies

    My Memoir Navigating Canada's Healthcare System by

    What does it take to be a frontline healthcare worker? Dedication, perseverance, strength, passion: the standard superlatives of a hero. Add being a nurse in Canada’s northern region and practising medicine as a woman, and the backstory gets more ...


  • Emergency Medicine

    Surviving the Chaos by

    The discipline of medicine has been around since Hippocrates’ time. But the art and science of providing emergency care is constantly evolving, as shown by this book packed with the wisdom and experience Dale M. Bayliss has gleaned in his work as a ...


  • The Blind Girl Sees

    Seeing Through the Heart and Not the Eyes by

    At fifty years of age, Amber Needham suddenly went from having perfect vision to becoming blind. Despite the life-changing tragedy of losing her sight and the frustrating challenges this created in her day-to-day life, she eventually came to accept, ...


  • Three Minutes for a Dog

    My Life in an Iron Lung by

    Contrary to popular belief Polio is not extinct. This is the true story of an indomitable spirit afflicted with unimaginable physical and psychological challenges. Paul Alexander’s life is a saga that started in 1946 and has been profoundly shaped ...


  • The Power of Change

    A Mennonite Girl's Footprints in Asia by

    Because my health continued to decline. . . I started bargaining with God. I was not going to die; I would do whatever God's plan was for me if He spared my life. In my mind, I was going to become a nurse and go to Asia. . . Yes, I was going to get ...


  • And Then The Phone Rang...

    The Life Adventures of Dr. Ron Hiller by

    AND THEN THE PHONE RANG is an inspirational autobiography that tells the story of Dr. Ronald Hiller’s journey of faith and commitment to God’s call on his life. Fascinating stories of life as a missionary doctor in Nigeria and Cameroon highlight the ...


  • My Bert Has Alzheimer's

    Caregiving is Living for Two by

    My Bert Has Alzheimer’s is an intimate, detailed account of a wife’s experience with her husband’s dementia. As Paula de Ronde quickly learned, life for two people — patient and caregiver - is thrown into disarray with a diagnosis of Alzheimer’s. ...


  • Journeying with Jim

    My personal reflections of caregiving successes and challenges while Dementia robbed me of the man I loved by

    Journeying with Jim is an intimate, detailed account of a wife’s experience with her soul mate’s Dementia. As Noreen Peters quickly learned, a diagnosis of Dementia throws life into disarray for two people—patient and caregiver. Together she and her ...