The Bedford Murder: An Evidence-based Clinical Mystery

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Hanley & Belfus, 2003 - Law - 188 pages
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As a family physician in the town of Bedford, you see a lot of interesting clinical cases, especially among the influential Savoy and Sampson families. When Nick Sampson disappears and a body turns up with connections to Nick, you are drawn into the case. As you are challenged to use an evidence-based approach in managing the wide variety of clinical cases you encounter in Bedford, the cases in turn provide evidence for solving the murder mystery. At once a thrilling, interactive mystery novel and a wonderful guide for incorporating evidence-based medicine into practice, The Bedford Murder is unlike any book you will ever read.

  • Employs a truly unique approach: an actual murder mystery that is also a clinical text on evidence-based clinical practice
  • The physician-detective, who is also, essentially, the reader, is presented with an ongoing stream of patient visits exhibiting a wide range of common medical problems and disorders requiring diagnosis and treatment
  • Each clinical encounter is followed by a number of clinical questions that arise from it
  • The text is evidence-based and designed around EBM principles
  • The book has been accredited by the College of Family Physicians of Canada for MAINPRO-C credits in Canada.
  • An attractive 2-color design highlights key areas in coverage
  • Great reading!

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