Taylor’s Family Medicine Review

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Robert B. Taylor
Springer New York, Sep 25, 1998 - Medical - 285 pages
Taylor's Family Medicine Review is a question-and-answer-based survey of the full spectrum of medical practice that allows readers to prepare for any comprehensive certifying examination or to enhance their practice-based knowledge. The book has an introductory chapter on Test-Taking Techniques, plus more than 1200 clinical examination-style questions. The answer to each question is followed by a discussion explaining the correct response, based on the all-new Fifth Edition of Family Medicine: Principles and Practice. The question types are those most commonly found on certifying examinations and, whenever possible, are based on clinical vignettes. Notation of the Fifth Edition book chapter and page allows the reader to seek further information regarding the clinical topic covered in each question.
The book will be especially useful in preparation for family practice certification and recertification examinations and for national medical licensing examinations.

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About the author (1998)

Robert Taylor is well known and highly regarded in the field of Family Medicine. Dr. Taylor has more than 14 years in private practice and 26 years in academic medicine.

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