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Teaching Rounds: A Visual Aid to Teaching…

Teaching Rounds: A Visual Aid to Teaching Internal Medicine Pearls on the…

by Navin Kumar

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0071821627, Loose Leaf)

A unique manual for teaching and learning 100 of the most important topics encountered on rounds

Teaching Rounds is a highly visual, carry-anywhere resource that enables residents in teaching hospitals to learn in an effective, memorable way without the need for a blackboard or dense text.

The authors have identified the ten most important topics to discuss on rounds across ten specialties. Each topic is featured on its own, removable card that showcase a visual aid, case-base questions and answers, key clinical pearls, and references. Topics are further grouped into teaching categories, such as Diagnostic Approach, Disease Classification, and Pathophysiology, among others.

If you are looking for a concise text that not only identifies need-to-know “pearls,” but also simplifies how to teach and learn them, Teaching Rounds belongs in your lab coat pocket. 


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