Crash Course: History and ExaminationEdited by
- John Spencer, MBChB, FRCGP, Professor in Medical Education in Primary Health Care and Sub Dean for Primary and Community Care, School of Medical Sciences, Newcastle University Medical School, Newcastle upon Tyne, UK
- John Brain, MBBS, BMedSci(Hons), Academic Foundation Trainee in Transplantation and Honorary Research Associate, Institute of Cellular Medicine/Newcastle Hospitals Foundation Trust, Newcastle Medical School, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, UK
Covering all aspects of the syllabus, Crash Course offers students a fast way to recap on what they need to know to get through the exams with ease. Styled in an easy-to-follow, readily accessible format, each book is prepared by senior medical students or junior doctors - under faculty supervision - to give them the correct level of information perfectly tailored to current curricula requirements. The series now includes improved pedagogic features and a fully revised self-assessment section, updated to meet current examination needs.
Undergraduate medical students revision aid
Paperback, 312 Pages
- Part I:
Introduction to history taking.
Presenting Problems: Cardiovascular System.
Presenting Problems: Respiratory System.
Presenting Problems: Abdominal.
Presenting Problems: Nervous System.
Presenting Problems in Paediatric Patients
Presenting Problems in Psychiatric Patients
Presenting Problems: Locomotor System
Presenting Problems: Endocrine System.
Obstetric and Gynaecological Examination.
Writing medical notes.