This is a pocket sized book (if your pockets are 20×18×2 cm big, that is) and it weighs less than two decent stethoscopes.
Its small physical size belies the comprehensive coverage given to the
Training in Medicine – Oxford University Press, 2016 Edited by Elaine Jolly, Andrew Fry and Afzal Chaudhry
When I first saw the title of this book, my initial assumption was that it was a training ‘guidebook’ – one of those texts which aims to help trainees to navigate their way through the treacherous
Making Sense of Acute Medicine: a guide to diagnosis details a symptomatic approach to acute medicine. It begins with a preface that states that many junior doctors seem to employ a ‘scattergun approach
Any junior doctor navigating the early stages of training will recognise the need to develop the ability to crystallise the essence of a clinical case with a few succinct questions and directed examination,