Contributor biographical information for The patient in the white coat : my odyssey from health to illness and black / Rosalind Kaplan.
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Rosalind Kaplan, M.D., earned her B.A. at Brandeis University (1982) and her M.D. at the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine (1987)._ She completed a residency in Internal Medicine at Temple University Hospital in Philadelphia._ She also completed a clinical fellowship in Psychosomatic Medicine at the Philadelphia Psychoanalytic Association._ She is a Fellow of the American College of Physicians.
Dr. Kaplan is a regular speaker at support group meetings for sufferers of Hepatitis C._ In addition, she is the facilitator of physician support groups based on a program called Finding Meaning in Medicine. She was listed as one of the top doctors for women in Philadelphia Magazine.
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Kaplan, Rosalind -- Health.
Hepatitis C -- Patients -- Pennsylvania -- Biography.
Physicians -- Pennsylvania -- Biography.
Physician's Role -- United States -- Autobiography.
Physicians, Women -- United States -- Autobiography.
Chronic Disease -- psychology -- United States -- Autobiography.
Hepatitis C -- psychology -- United States -- Autobiography.
Sick Role -- United States -- Autobiography.