Four Weeks to Finals: A Multimedia Revision Kit for Undergraduate Medicine (MasterPass)

Four Weeks to Finals: A Multimedia Revision Kit for Undergraduate Medicine (MasterPass)

By: David Wall (author), Andy Haden (author)Paperback

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This refreshingly readable book with accompanying flash cards is ideal for all undergraduate medical students fast approaching their final exams. Consider your revision methods and contemplate exam psychology. Structure your approach and make those final weeks more bearable. Test yourself with the flash cards and consolidate your knowledge on a wide range of topics. Use them as a guide to perfecting your presentation skills and think logically about each case. Decipher data, practice interpreting x-rays and ECGs, and identify conditions from photos and pictures. This book will teach you mnemonics to help you remember the more intricate causes of certain conditions, offering invaluable support in the run up to your finals. .

About Author

Specialist Registrar, Geriatric Medicine, Abertawe Bro Morgannwg University Trust, Wales


Book: Introduction - Who passes and who fails? The psychology of finals and how to pass. The OSCE and how to behave. Introduction to the cases. Cardiology cases. Respiratory cases. Abdominal cases. Neurology cases. Communication skills. Consent, capacity and how to test it. DVLA Guidelines. Quickfire questions. Quickfire answers. References. Revision Cards: Abdominal. Cardiovascular. Neurology. Respiratory. Online Question Bank: ECG questions. Radiology questions. Data interpretation questions. Picture questions.

Product Details

  • ISBN13: 9781846193255
  • Format: Paperback
  • Number Of Pages: 84
  • ID: 9781846193255
  • weight: 386
  • ISBN10: 1846193257

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