I read the article, ‘Is the AIM curriculum, for higher specialty training, fit for purpose’ with interest.

However, I disagree with the author on a number of points. First, a curriculum is

Abstract Most junior doctors learn common practical procedures, like lumbar puncture, on the job. This usually involves unstructured observation, demonstration and then supervised practice. Thus, most

Abstract AMU ward rounds can be busy, and many consultants feel they are ‘too busy to teach’. Yet the AMU is a rich learning environment. If we take the starting point that teaching…

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At last! A book that addresses the needs of every junior doctor faced with the management of acutely sick patients. Concise and readable, its format allows the reader to absorb the principles of human