Master Medicine: Medical Pharmacology, 3rd Edition
A clinical core text for integrated curricula with self assessment
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This title is directed primarily towards health care professionals outside of the United States. This series of books reflects the trend towards a core curriculum and self-directed learning. The content is restricted to the ‘must know' core information presented in a synoptic style. The diagrams that support the text are in a style that the reader can remember and reproduce in examinations. Each chapter ends with a selection of self-assessment material and full explanatory answers. These consolidate and expand on the chapter contents. This volumes in the series presents an integrated coverage of basic and clinical pharmacology. Despite the use of problem- and/or topic-based curricula students still respond to the security of a well-ordered presentation of the basic information by traditional discipline.Table of Contents
New to This Edition
- Refinement to contents to reflect evolution of what is regarded as core knowledge
- Major revision of self-assessment material to match change in style of examination (mainly more EMQ- and OSC-style questions
- Appropriate self-assessment material.
- Only covers core, so student knows the whole book is essential.
- Includes key objectives.
- Contains simple and memorable diagrams for reproduction in exams.
- Ideal for learning as well as examination review, specifically trying to stimulate the student into assessing his/her own knowledge.
- Provides examination practice.
“These books are brilliant for taking on the road out to peripheral hospital placements, and cover all the essentials (plus a little bit more) on all the key topics. They have plenty of information to help explain those topics and subjects you see on the wards/in theatre…When time is a little short, and you simply need fast hard facts in an easy to read yet thorough way these books are simply perfect. I have no doubt in recommending them to my friends or any other medical student"
Medical Student, University of Bristol, UK (series review)
By Simon Constable, BSc, MRCP(UK), Lecturer in Clinical Pharmacology, University of Liverpool; Honorary Specialist Registrar, Royal Liverpool University Hospital, Liverpool, UK; Peter Winstanley, MD, FRCP, DTM&H, Professor of Clinical Pharmacology, Unversity of Liverpool; Honorary Consultant Physician, Royal Liverpool Unversity Hospital, Liverpool, UK; and Tom Walley, MD, FRCP, FRCPI, Professor of Clinical Pharmacology, University of Liverpool; Honorary Consultant Physician, Royal Liverpool University Hospital, Liverpool, UK