"Dr. Monika Renz’s work with dying patients is unusual if not unique in the way she appropriates and applies insights from Jungian depth psychology, practices available in patients’ faith traditions, and musically guided meditation to invite and support the spiritual experiences that so often come, bidden or unbidden, near the end of life."
"Victoria Sweet describes her training in medical school, residency, and work in various clinics and hospitals. From all of these she forms her own sense of what medical care should include: “Slow Medicine” that uses, ironically, the best aspects of today’s “Fast” medicine."
"Domen's images, which are rich and exact, often reflect his physician training and experiences...Domen is a poet of deep observation-- of the personal and intimate that is revealed both in nature and in our human natures."
“The book, is much more than a story about AIDS care...Czerweic tackles patient/provider relationships, boundaries, hospital struggles, the role of art in medicine and healing, but most profoundly: death and dying.”
"Eric Kandel, a neuroscientist and Nobel Prize winner, has an abiding interest in how art can inform his primary work in brain science, especially as both art and science can be understood through reductionism."
"Oshinsky’s affection for Bellevue as an institution, for its physicians and for its hallowed place in the history of New York City shines throughout making the book both exciting and relevant for the modern reader."