by Dr. Alicia Aguilera Montoya The Future of Medicine in the World attempts to highlight the state of the medical systems from three countries, the United States, Britain, and Mexico. It discusses each systems advantages and disadvantages as to their clinical and surgical knowledge applications on patients with the use of medical and surgical technology available today. The comparison between these three different medical systems will help us understand where and why the systems are failing patients and why doctors are becoming more disillusioned. It will conscious analysis of the consequences working within ineffective and deficient channels of communications, whether in the public or private sector and what can be done to improve them at national and international levels. ABOUT THE AUTHOR Dr. Alicia Aguilera Montoya was born in Mexico City, where she graduated as a medical surgeon with a degree in obstetrics and pediatrics. She has lived in Northern Ireland for seventeen years, during which she worked toward a masters degree in health and social services management. (2005, paperback, 252 pages) Availability: Usually ships in 2-3 business days.