11 books to read this summer
Every summer, we publish a list of books recommended by our members. Here are this year’s picks.
Can where you live impact your health? The answer is yes.
Dr. Karen Lee, author of Fit Cities (2020), shares why our physical environments often thwart our attempts to make healthy decisions — and what we can do about it.
New on the bookshelf – Medical Misadventures: What I Didn’t Learn in Medical School
Retired anesthesiologist Dr. Arnold Tweed has written a memoir of his “medical misadventures” and the things he learned outside of medical school.
New on the bookshelf: Clinical Pediatric Surgery: A Case-Based Interactive Approach
This labour of love, written by Montreal surgeon Dr. Sherif Emil, is the first Pediatric Surgery textbook to come out of Canada. Read more about its unique teaching approach.
More summer reads!
Back by popular demand: more books to read this summer! Royal College members suggest nine more books to consider adding to your list.
New on the bookshelf: Le secret perdu des Jésuites Tome II Charland et l’or de la rébellion
Dr. Éric Nicolas is a retired radiologist. In May 2019, published the second volume in his series “Le secret perdu des Jésuites.”