Davidson's Self-assessment in Medicine

  • ID: 4430154
  • Book
  • 464 Pages
  • Elsevier Health Science
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Davidson's Assessment in Medicine is a collection of 1250 best-of-five multiple choice questions, arranged to correspond with the chapters of the Twenty-third Edition of Davidson's Principles and Practice. The questions follow the style used in many international undergraduate and early postgraduate exams. For each question the answers are accompanied by a short piece of remediation/ feedback with references back to the main textbook for further information.

This book is an excellent broad assessment text and forms a highly useful complement to the main textbook. It will help students increase the efficiency with which they acquire the factual knowledge necessary for both passing examinations and good medical practice. Although written to accompany Davidson's Principles and Practice of Medicine, this book can be used alongside any clinical medicine textbook.

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Wake, Deborah Clinical Reader, University of Edinburgh; Honorary Consultant Physician, NHS Lothian, Edinburgh, UK.

Cantley, Patricia Consultant Physician, Midlothian Enhanced Rapid Response and Intervention Team, Midlothian Health and Social Care Partnership and Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh and Midlothian Community Hospital, Edinburgh, UK.
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