Internal Medicine Clerkship: 150 Biggest Mistakes and how to Avoid Them

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MD2B, Jan 1, 2004 - Medical - 135 pages
Did you know that most medical students begin doing their best work at the end of the Internal Medicine clerkship? Wouldn't it be great if there was a book available that could speed up the learning curve so that students were performing at a high level right from the get-go? Now with the Internal Medicine Clerkship: 150 Biggest Mistakes and How To Avoid Them, there's absolutely no reason to save your best for last. It will offer you ways to: Effectively and efficiently preround Deliver outstanding work rounds presentations - the kind that will make your resident and intern wonder if you are really just a student Work-up newly admitted patients thoroughly and efficiently allowing you more time to spend reading about the patient's illness Deliver polished oral case presentations to your attending physician, ones that will make them sit up and take notice Develop thorough, comprehensive write-ups that will be returned to you with fewer red marks/corrections Create well-written progress notes that you will be complimented on Predict your attending physician's questions AND MUCH MORE Your first step to success during the Internal Medicine Clerkship begins with this book, the only resource that will help you shine throughout the month not just at the end. Isn't that the key to securing the best possible evaluation, favorable Dean's letter comments, and strong letters of recommendation?

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Desai is Assistant Professor of Medicine at Baylor College of Medicine.

Dr. William C.Y. Lee (Santa Clara, CA) is the Chairman of LinkAir, Inc. One of the original pioneers who developed wireless technology at Bell Labs, and world-renowned for his development of commercial CDMA technology, Dr. Lee is a technologist, innovator, teacher and writer. He is an honorable professor at three universities: Beijing University of Aeronautics and Aero Astronautics, Southwest Jiao Tong University (Chengdu), and Taiwan National Chiao Tung University. He is the author of the previous two editions of Mobile Cellular Telecommunications, as well as four other books.

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