Oxford Handbook of Emergency Medicine and Oxford Assess and Progress: Emergency Medicine Pack
Fully revised and updated, the Oxford Handbook of Emergency Medicine is the definitive, best-selling guide for all of the common conditions that present to the emergency department. Whether you work in emergency medicine, or just want to be prepared, this book will be your essential guide.
Following the latest clinical guidelines and evidence, written and reviewed by experts, this handbook will ensure you are up-to-date and have the confidence to deal with all emergency presentations, practices, and procedures. The book includes new sections specifically outlining patient advice and information, as well as new and revised vital information on paediatrics and psychiatry.
Accompanying this rapid-reference handbook is Oxford Assess and Progress: Emergency Medicine, a unique revision resource and companion to the handbook. Oxford Assess and Progress: Emergency Medicine contains over 250 Single Best Answer and Extended Matching Questions and is fully cross-referenced to the handbook. Each question is rated by difficulty and supported by extensive feedback on the answer, helping you to track your progress and consolidate your
- Mixed media product | 1216 pages
- 105 x 181 x 43mm | 622g
- 22 Mar 2013
- Oxford University Press
- Oxford, United Kingdom
- 4th ed.
- 216 black and white line drawings and photographs
Other books in this series
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30 Sep 2014
10 Feb 2012
21 Sep 2016
25 Jul 2013
17 Sep 2014
30 Jan 2014
04 May 2012
22 Feb 2017
01 Oct 2018
14 Jul 2015
06 Apr 2013
01 Sep 2016
25 Apr 2016
01 Jul 2014
Table of contents
edition but added some new sections and expanded others. It includes up to date information and references... I would not only recommend but also INSIST that all practitioners... in emergency care read and used this handbook. It would also be useful to Doctors in almost all specialties including General
Practice, General Surgery and General Medicine. * Medical Defence Union * Oxford Assess and Progress: Emergency Medicine was wonderful in helping me through my acute medical attachment and was a brilliant aid in revision for final exams. The mix of SBAs and EMQs was very useful in testing my knowledge and are the same style of those used in finals. Having detailed answers and feedback really helped me consolidate the more difficult topics. With each question assigned a 'star rating' I know it will be useful in my future career when
hopefully I shall be able to get more of the difficult questions right! * Caroline Rance, Student, University of Southampton, School of Medicine *
About Robin N. Illingworth
in the College of Emergency Medicine. He is also involved in writing items for the Fitness to Practise assessments for the GMC, a Part 2 examiner and Part 1 panel member for the Professional and Linguistic Assessment Board (PLAB).
Dr David Sales is a general practitioner by training who has been involved in medical assessment for over 20 years, having previously been convenor of the MRCGP knowledge test. He has run item writing workshops for a number of undergraduate medical schools, medical royal colleges and internationally. For the General Medical Council currently he chairs the Professional and Linguistic Assessments Board Part 1 panel and is their consultant on fitness to practise knowledge testing.
Dr Katharine Boursicot is a Reader in Medical Education and Deputy Head of the Centre for Medical and Healthcare Education at St George's, University of London. Previously she was Head of Assessment at Barts and The London, and Associate Dean for Assessment at Cambridge University School of Clinical Medicine. She is consultant on assessment to several UK medical schools, Royal Medical Colleges and international institutions as well as the General Medical Council PLAB Part 2 Panel and Fitness to
Practise clinical skills testing.