Pocket Essentials of General Practice

by Colin P. Bradley MD MICGP
  • Soft Cover
The purpose of this book is to provide students with a succinct text covering all the key issues in primary care from the point of view of the medical student and trainee junior doctor. It will be useful as a reference following lectures or tutorials and also to refer to while on attachments in GP surgeries. It is part of the popular 'Pocket Essentials' series, edited by Kumar & Clark. =Reviews [The end chapters contain] topics [that] are often asked in exams to catch out those students who have not been attending and thus would not be aware of the different roles of professionals in primary care. These chapters are good for summarising some important topics that are often not covered in books. Medical Student, University College London, UK =Key Features *A succinct guide to key issues in general practice *Covers important concepts that students are now required to understand, such as doctor-patient relationships, chronic disease management, performance review (audit) etc *Specific information on management of the most common acute and chronic diseases seen in general practice *Includes exam questions for revision
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ISBN: 9780702026485
Publisher: Saunder
Publication Date: Jan 1, 1900
Cover: Soft cover
Pages: 360
Weight: 0.340 kg
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