Medicine for Finals and Beyond 1st Edition
Description of Medicine for Finals and Beyond
Clinically-orientated and focused squarely on the core curriculum, Medicine for Finals and Beyond delivers what medical students need to know in a manner that encourages learning and recall. The consistent, easy-to-navigate structure makes locating information simple and is tailored for exam success. Highly illustrated throughout, notes based information is supplemented by ‘At A Glance textboxes’, ‘Emergency Presentations’ and ‘Must Know Checklists’ for quick reference, while online question and answer material allows for self-testing during that inevitable last-minute revision.
- Comprehensive – everything you need to know to pass your medical finals in a single volume
- Accessible – systems-based chapters all follow a common structure
- Convenient – summarises the ideal approach to the patient, including history and examination, clinical presentations, differential diagnosis and investigations
- Focused – covers all the common conditions that medical students need to know for future practice
- Relevant – designed with input from lecturers and students
This brand-new revision aid for medical students will be a convenient companion throughout clinical studies and an ideal aide-memoire for those approaching their final examinations.
About the Author
John Axford is a Consultant in Adult and Paediatric Rheumatology and Emeritus Professor of Clinical Rheumatology at St George’s, University of London. After training at University College Hospital he worked at The National Hospital for Neurology, The Hammersmith Hospital, The Royal Brompton Hospital, Kings College Hospital and the New England Medical Center Boston USA
Chris O’Callaghan is Professor of Medicine at the University of Oxford and a Consultant Physician (in Acute General Medicine) and Consultant Nephrologist in the Oxford University Hospitals. He is Chief Examiner in Medicine for the University of Oxford, runs a research group, teaches medical students, and is a Fellow and former Dean of The Queens’ College, Oxford.
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