Diagnosing the Medical Moans and last groans of the Great Writers
Shakespeare’s Tremor and Orwell’s Cough. St. Martin’s Press (USA), 2012.
Orwell’s Cough. Oneworld Publications (UK), 2012.
Medical mysteries in the lives of great writers, served with a side of gruesome medical history.
“This lively, occasionally squirm-inducing book sketches the case histories of 10 writers whose health influenced their literary work…Into a satisfying series of medical mysteries [Ross] injects notes of wry humor and obvious affection.” ―The Boston Globe
“…a fascinating, surprising,and at times hilarious compliation.” ―New Scientist
"The stories of the wounded storytellers unfold smoothly on the page, as mesmerizing as any they themselves might have told, those squinting, wheezing, arthritic, infected, demented, defective yet superlative examples of the human condition.” ―The New York Times
THE DEFINITIVE PRACTICE RESOURCE FOR HOSPITALISTS, NOW IN ITS SECOND EDITION
Principles and Practice of Hospital Medicine, 2nd ed. New York: McGraw-Hill, 2016.
Comprehensive coverage of diagnosis and treatment on the medical ward, medicine consultation, practice improvement, risk management, billing, and how to manage a hospitalist service.