450 Single Best Answers in the Clinical Specialities

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CRC Press, Oct 10, 2012 - Medical - 432 pages
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Single Best Answer (SBA) examinations are an increasingly popular means of testing medical students and those undertaking postgraduate qualifications in a number of subject areas. Written by a final-year medical student, junior doctors, and experienced clinicians, 450 Single Best Answers in the Clinical Specialties provides invaluable guidance from authors who understand from personal experience that detailed and accurate explanations are the key to successful revision.

The presentation of questions arranged by specialty area, coupled with the clear discussion of how the correct answer was reached and other options ruled out for every question, make this book an excellent learning aid during all stages of clinical studies, and particularly while preparing for medical finals.

 

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Authors: Sukhpreet Singh Dubb, Foundation Year 1 Doctor, Imperial College NHS Healthcare Trust, London, UK; Alex Bailey, Teaching Fellow and Honorary Lecturer in Psychiatry, Imperial College NHS Healthcare Trust, London, UK; Charlene Rodrigues, Academic Clinical Fellow in Paediatric Infectious Disease, Imperial College NHS Healthcare Trust, London, UK; Margaret Rhoads, Academic Clinical Fellow in Paediatric Infectious Disease, Imperial College NHS
Healthcare Trust, London, UK; Jeffrey Ahmed, Foundation Year 2 Trainee, Imperial College NHS Healthcare Trust, London, UK; Edward Maclaren, Specialist Registrar in Obstetrics and Gynaecology, Imperial College NHS Healthcare Trust, London, UK
Editorial advisors: Martin Lupton, Consultant in Obstetrics and Gynaecology, Imperial College NHS Healthcare Trust, London, UK; Gareth Tudor-Williams, Consultant in Paediatric Infectious Diseases, Imperial College NHS Healthcare Trust, London, UK; James Warner, Consultant in Older Adults Psychiatry, Imperial College NHS Healthcare Trust, London, UK

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