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Succeeding in the MRCGP Applied Knowledge Test AKT is an essential part of progressing through general practice training. This guide covers the syllabus of the MRCGP AKT through practice SBAs, EMQs and picture MCQs. It provides practical tips and advice on exam technique and how to best approach the test...
Designed for third and fourth-year medical students in the family medicine rotation, this title in the "National Medical Series" contains nearly 500 clinical vignette-based review questions, answers, and explanations. It supports students and residents as they master large amounts of information in a short time and review specific topics quickly.
Fully revised and updated, Medical Writing presents fundamental writing advice and includes two new chapters on writing research protocols and grant proposals. New appendices address commonly encountered research and statistical terms.
Combines reference and online decision support system to give you point-of-care assistance in diagnosing and managing skin diseases in darkly pigmented skin. This book features over 700 illustrations depicting the distinctive presentations of skin diseases in adults and children with darkly pigmented skin.
Whole Person Care organizes the disparate strains of literature on this emerging field. The text clarifies the concept of 'whole person' and outlines the challenges and opportunities that death anxiety poses to the practice of whole person care.
Offers insights into avoidable harms and innovative clinical practice across the US, before presenting ten practical, deliverable steps to improve primary care provision.
This clear and concise self-study guide has all the basic knowledge you will want and which will help you to acquire the skills for evidence-base primary care, from understanding what questions to ask or are being answered by the paper in question, to the relevance to a patient during a...
A guide to the General Practice GP during the consultation process. Suitable for use during the consultation process, this book allows the GP to see immediately what treatment is recommended and why. It contains over 1000 conditions.