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Author: Conrad Fischer MD
ISBN: 1618656066
Subcategory: Medicine
Publisher Kaplan Publishing; Second edition (April 1, 2014)
Language English
Category: Medical Books
Rating: 4.5
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eBook Master the Wards: Survive IM Clerkship and Ace the Shelf (Master the Boards) download

by Conrad Fischer MD


Know the medicine and look alike a rock star in front of your attending.

The three-month Internal Medicine clerkship plunges senior med students onto the hospital floor, the emergency department, and the clinic. What is expected of you? Don't embarrass yourself on rounds. Know the medicine and look alike a rock star in front of your attending.

Conrad Fischer, MD, is director of the residency program at Brookdale University Hospital and Medical .

Conrad Fischer, MD, is director of the residency program at Brookdale University Hospital and Medical Center in New York City. Dr. Fischer is associate professor of physiology, pharmacology, and medicine at Touro College of Osteopathic Medicine in New York City. The information in the book is similar to MTB 2ck with some added information specifically for rounds.

Conrad Fischer, MD, is director of the residency program at Brookdale University Hospital and Medical Center in New York City

Conrad Fischer, MD, is director of the residency program at Brookdale University Hospital and Medical Center in New York City.

Master the Wards combines the advice of med school students on their third-year rotations with the expectations of. .

Master the Wards combines the advice of med school students on their third-year rotations with the expectations of residents and attending teaching physicians. Master the Wards: Survive IM Clerkship & Ace the Shelf combines the advice of med school students on their third-year rotations with the expectations of residents and attending teaching physicians.

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Master the Wards Internal Medicine Clerkship: Survive Clerkship & Ace the Shelf. I would highly recommend this book for medical students on their first IM rotation. It provides a succinct but complete outline of the seemingly endless sea of knowledge MS3s are required to know. Its spiral bound and also fits in your white coat!

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Conrad Fisher, MD. With this in hand, you can arrive prepared on day 1 of your medicine rotation

Автор: Fischer Conrad Название: Master the Wards: Survive Im Clerkship and Ace the Shelf ISBN: 1618656066 ISBN-13 . The three-month Internal Medicine clerkship plunges senior med students into the hospital floor, the emergency department, and the clinic

Описание: "Master the Wards" combines the advice of med school students on their third-year rotations with the expectations of residents and attending teaching physicians. The three-month Internal Medicine clerkship plunges senior med students into the hospital floor, the emergency department, and the clinic.

Master the Wards has created a Clinical Observership program to help International students and graduates achieve US clinical experience with an academic focus

Master the Wards has created a Clinical Observership program to help International students and graduates achieve US clinical experience with an academic focus. Although there are limitations as to what can be done by observers in the clinical setting, we are totally committed to making sure you have a meaningful medical educational experience. Our service provides: Hand-selected proctors. Application help from internal medicine residency program leaders. Academic conferences. Master the Wards, LLC Observership Program is based on the same-named book, penned by our partner Dr. Conrad Fischer.

The three-month Internal Medicine clerkship plunges senior med students onto the hospital floor, the emergency department, and the clinic. What is expected of you? Don't embarrass yourself on rounds. Know the medicine and look alike a rock star in front of your attending.Master the Wards: Survive IM Clerkship & Ace the Shelf combines the advice of med school students on their third-year rotations with the expectations of residents and attending teaching physicians. With charts, diagrams, and dozens of full-color diagnostic images, this concise guide will help you survive the daily challenges of clerkship--and thrive!Features:* NEW: Index for easy topical reference* NEW: Spiral binding holds your place, fits in your pocket* What labs to check that your attending is guaranteed to request* When to treat immediately, before testing* What residents look for on rounds, and what will you be asked* What to ask before you walk into the patient's room* Solid advice on efficiency and survival from peers who have been there
Nilabor
I am a 3rd year medical student. I give 5 stars due to Conrad producing a book which I can take on rotations and look up clinical information quickly. The information in the book is similar to MTB 2ck with some added information specifically for rounds. I would highly recommend this book for medical students on their first IM rotation. It provides a succinct but complete outline of the seemingly endless sea of knowledge MS3s are required to know. Its spiral bound and also fits in your white coat!

Cons; not enough information for a complete workup of all diseases (not intended to be a single resource). Also use Step Up to Medicine.

I will continue using this product throughout my rotations, looking for errors and bad things to comment on but so far so good!
Invissibale
A real help for quick refreshers when time can be limited on the wards. Sometimes you don't have excess time to look through the purple book, and so having is nice to give you the quick and dirty. I particularly liked how it included questions that you should not forget to ask. Overall, satisfied.
Mustard Forgotten
Great book for quick review of IM-related topics. I carried this during my IM rotation and found myself constantly flipping through it. It doesn't have every detail you need for a shelf, but it is perfect for being on the floors and knowing all the basics. I highly recommend it as a valuable resource to have in your white coat.
Yggdi
Great book!!! Will save you a million times over. I personally think it is better than the pocket medicine book.
Laitchai
Easy to read and concise. It gives a lot of good information on what the next best step in management is.
Kiutondyl
Helpful on the wards to keep the bulletpoints when needed
Modigas
I have been using this book for 5 weeks now and it is fantastic. I am on chapter 7 and use this book a lot when I need to look up something or to help me write my SOAP and progress notes. I noticed one or two errors so far but that's it. It definitely makes you stand out in front of your attending. I strongly recommend this book to all medical students.
Excellent!!!! Useful book. 100% recommended