Clinical Skills Review: Scenarios Based on Standardized Patients

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Dr. Zu-Hua Gao, Dr. Christopher Naugler
Brush Education, Sep 30, 2013 - Medical - 304 pages
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More cases = more success on your exam

When you take your clinical skills exam, every case you know counts. Prepare quickly and efficiently for your clinical exam with the updated third edition of this bestselling OSCE study guide. Written by Canadian doctors, Clinical Skills Review presents 134 cases based on scenarios you’ll encounter on the MCCQE II and CFPC certification exams.

An essential resource for Canadian medical students and international medical graduates seeking a licence to practise medicine in Canada, Clinical Skills Review is also a valuable supplemental guide for the USMLE Step 2 CS.

Features of the new edition include:

Comprehensive coverage of typical clinical situations. A systematic approach to clinical skills. Indexes of cases and medical abbreviations for easy reference. Time-tested mnemonics to help you excel on the exam. Aids for group study, since practice is the best way to prepare. Cases organized by categories found on the MCCQE II: Medicine, pediatrics, obstetrics and gynecology, preventive medicine and community health, psychiatry and neurology, and surgery.


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1 Medicine
2 Obstetrics and gynecology
3 Pediatrics
4 Preventive medicine and community health
5 Psychiatry and neurology
6 Surgery
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Zu-hua Gao, MD, PhD, FRCPC, is the chair of the Department of Pathology at McGill University and the chief of the McGill University Health Centre. He is a two-time winner of the Canadian Chair of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine Award in Experimental Pathology.

Christopher Naugler, MD, FRCPC, is the zone clinical section chief of general pathology for Alberta Health Services in the Calgary area, where he provides leadership and direction to a team of laboratory physicians. He is also the director of the general pathology residency training program at the University of Calgary. Dr. Naugler has authored or co-authored more than 50 articles in peer-reviewed journals.

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