Ultra Medicine by David Cockshoot
Essential Preparation for Medical Finals

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Synopsis

Ultra Medicine: Essential Preparation for Medical Finals provides a one-stop resource for senior medical students preparing for their final exams.

The book is divided into four parts. Part 1 contains a random selection of questions, mimicking actual exam questions covering clinical medicine. The assessment includes 120 multiple choice questions (MCQs) and a further 24 extended matching questions (EMQs) for written exam preparation.

Detailed, fully explanatory answers are provided in Part 2, making this text a really useful learning resource. This enables you to check and refresh your understanding and is perfect to help you identify the weaker aspects of your knowledge.

Part 3 reflects upon the history and examination routines and is neatly divided into the various body systems. The final part contains 50 objective structured clinical examinations (OSCEs) for clinical assessment and provides the best hints and tips for House Officer skills.

With the pressure in the run up to exams, this is the perfect buy for anyone who wants to lay their hands, quickly on the most reliable, effective preparation material.

Don't delay, buy this today — it's just what you need to give you the final push to get the results you deserve!

 

About David Cockshoot

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Dr David Cockshoot is a Clinical Assistant in A&E at St. James' University Hospital, Leeds and a Principal in General Practice in Ilkley. He is also an Honorary Undergraduate Clinical Tutor in Medicine at the University Leeds.Dr Oliver Monfredi a Senior House Officer in A&E at St. James' University Hospital and formerly a medical student at Leeds.
 
Published April 22, 2005 by Wiley-Blackwell. 350 pages
Genres: Professional & Technical. Non-fiction