Elsevier's Integrated Physiology
With STUDENT CONSULT Online Access
Each title in the new Integrated series focuses on the core knowledge in a specific basic science discipline, while linking that information to related concepts from other disciplines. Case-based questions at the end of each chapter enable you to gauge your mastery of the material, and a color-coded format allows you to quickly find the specific guidance you need. Bonus STUDENT CONSULT access - included with the text - allows you to conveniently access the book's content online · clip content to your handheld device · link to content in other STUDENT CONSULT titles · and more! These concise and user-friendly references provide crucial guidance for the early years of medical training, as well as for exam preparation.Table of Contents
- Includes case-based questions at the end of each chapter
- Features a colour-coded format to facilitate quick reference and promote effective retention
- Offers access to STUDENT CONSULT! At www.studentconsult.com, you'll find the complete text and illustrations of the book online, fully searchable · "Integration Links" to bonus content in other STUDENT CONSULT titles · content clipping for handheld devices · an interactive community center with a wealth of additional resources · and much more!
The text is easy to read - not being too dry/dull or overly wordy.
This is an excellent feature and the main point of the series. It did highlight really well links to other topics. It definitely has the advantage of keeping the size of the individual books down while still covering a vast amount of information in the series. I also found that it kept my interest going in the topic as I could see.
Case studies were good for reminding me why I was studying physiology and for putting the topic in context and testing understanding as well as knowledge.
I liked this book and when heading out and bring a physiology book with me I did reach for this over my copy of Vander due to size.
University of Aberdeen medical student
By Robert G. Carroll, PhD, East Carolina University, Brody School of Medicine, Physiology Department, Greenville, NC