Cynical Acumen: The Anarchic Guide to Clinical Medicine

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Radcliffe Publishing, 2006 - Medical - 142 pages
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Winner of the Medical Journalists' Association Specialist Book of the Year Award 2006 Cynical Acumen approaches medicine in the real world, dealing with issues ignored by other books. It is a unique, 'what you really need to know' textbook designed to help medical students and senior house officers look slick and pass their exams against all odds. The book entertainingly considers the world outside medicine with anecdotes on the important things in life such as sport, literature, Thai cooking and the dissolution of the monasteries. It has been aptly described by the author as 'The Hitchhiker's Guide to Medicine'. Medical students will find this underground resource invaluable, as will medical professionals including junior hospital doctors, particularly those sitting the MRCP examination.
 

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Contents

Respiratory medicine
33
Gastroenterology
53
Neurology
73
Rheumatology
99
Gerontology
122
Index
135
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John Larkin is the author of The Pause which made the Queensland Literary Awards 2015 shortlist in the Young Adult category.

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