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OSCE and Clinical Skills Handbook, 1e

by Katrina Hurley

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0779699025, Paperback)

Developed to be a unique study guide for medical students preparing for their OSCE examinations. It summarizes important history and physical examination skills and is a practical review for all level of medical students. The book is organized by major body systems, and is designed to facilitate both individual and group study. It also includes samples OSCE scenarios and checklists. Emphasis on basic clinical skills facilitates learning by junior medical students. Question and answer format suitable to a variety of learning levels facilitates the learning of basic skills for junior medical students and helps senior medical students develop an approach to clinical symptomatology. Important points are presented in an easy-to-read bulleted list format. Sample OSCE Scenarios and Sample Checklists provide accurate and realistic simulations of the OSCE exam format for students. The OSCE Checklist Template enables students to construct their own sample checklists using cases from the book and helps them develop an approach to a variety of clinical scenarios. A sample in-depth OSCE case provides an opportunity for practice. The body systems approach and tabbing system provide fast and easy access to the content.

Contributors:

Peter Green
Program Director, Division of Dermatology
Associate Professor of Dermatology, Dalhousie University

Glen Jickling, Neurology Resident, School of Medicine, Dalhousie University

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