POSTPONED Kyle Bradford Jones, Fallible: A Memoir of a Young Physician's Struggle with Mental Illness

This event is postponed until a future date to be announced.

Join Weller's as we welcome Kyle Bradford Jones for a presentation and signing of Fallible: A Memoir of a Young Physician's Struggle with Mental Illness, Friday, April 10, at 7 PM.

Nearly 1 in every 5 Americans deal with mental illness in a given year, and the rates are climbing. Among physicians, the rate is even higher as the time spent in medical training significantly increases the risk of poor mental health. None of us are fully immune from the ravages of mental health problems. This book is about the fallibility of us all, including the doctors who are supposed to care for us. It is about the fine line of illness and normal emotion, and about how to change the norms of medical practice in light of human weakness. It's for individuals who suffer from mental illness. It's for their loved ones. It's for anyone who interacts with someone with a mental illness. In short, it's for all of us.

Kyle Bradford Jones, MD, FAAFP is an Associate Professor (Clinical) in Family and Preventive Medicine at the University of Utah School of Medicine. He completed his training at the Medical College of Wisconsin, and then residency at the University of Utah. He has been published in the Washington Post, Salt Lake Tribune, and is a regular contributor to multiple medical blogs. He lives in Salt Lake City with his wife and four children.

The presentation will begin at 7, with a signing to follow.

Event date: 
Friday, April 10, 2020 - 7:00pm to 9:00pm
Event address: 
607 Trolley Square
Salt Lake City, UT 84102
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ISBN: 9781684334551
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Published: Black Rose Writing - April 2nd, 2020

"This is an eye-opening memoir about mental illness and the medical profession delivered in a well-written, interesting, and engaging style." -Sublime Book Review