Oxford Handbook of Clinical Specialties, 11th edition
5:Ear, nose, and throat
10:Pre-hospital emergency medicine
15:Doctors' health and performance
Oxford Assess and Progress Clinical Specialties, 4th edition
10:Pre-hospital emergency medicine
11:Anaesthesia and intensive care
This pack brings together two essential texts on the clinical specialties, covering all core topics for a value-for-money price.
Updated with the latest advice and clinical guidelines, packed full of high-quality illustrations, boxes, tables, and classifications, and with a brand new chapter on how to survive your junior doctor years and beyond, the Oxford Handbook of Clinical Specialties is ideal for both study and use at direct point of care. Each chapter is clear and concise and filled with medical gems, with features including ribbons to mark your most-used pages and mnemonics to help you memorize and retain key facts. With reassuring and friendly advice throughout, this is the ultimate guide and revision tool for every medical student and junior doctor for each clinical specialty placement.
Accompanying this resource is the fourth edition of Oxford Assess and Progress: Clinical Specialties which features over 400 Single Best Answer questions that are mapped to the medical school curricula. Packed with questions written by experienced doctors in each specialty, and rooted in real-life clinical encounters, this revision tool is an authoritative guide for students. Further reading resources and cross-references to the Oxford Handbook of Clinical Specialties have been fully updated to expand your revision further on topics you find challenging.
- Two must-have guides to clinical specialties in a value-for-money pack
- Oxford Handbook of Clinical Specialties is the only book you need as a concise reference to the fourteen core specialties
- Oxford Assess and Progress: Clinical Specialties includes over 400 Single Best Answer questions with cross-references back to the Oxford Handbook of Clinical Specialties for further revision
- Oxford Handbook of Clinical Specialties contains over 500 colour diagrams, tables, and photographs to aid your diagnosis
- Oxford Assess and Progress: Clinical Specialties includes a four star rating system which rates question difficulty so you can monitor your progress as you learn
Edited by Andrew Baldwin, General Practitioner, Sussex, UK, Luci Etheridge, Consultant Paediatrician and Honorary Senior Lecturer in Clinical Education, St George's University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust and St George's, University of London, Henry Collier, Specialty Trainee in Anaesthesia, Lancashire Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust and Clinical Fellow, Health Education England, and Alex Bonner, Consultant Anaesthetist, Lancashire Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
Andrew Baldwin is a GP working in Sussex, UK.
Luci Etheridge is a Consultant Paediatrician and Honorary Senior Lecturer in Clinical Education at St George's University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust in London. She previously worked for four years with UCL Medical School, and was involved with the development of Fitness to Practise assessments for the General Medical Council and item writing for the Professional and Linguistics Assessments Board Part 1 and the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health. She has a doctorate in education from the Institute of Education, University of London, and plays an active role in undergraduate and postgraduate education, regionally and nationally, in the UK.
Henry Collier is a Speciality Trainee in Anaesthesia in the North West deanery. He studied medicine at the Royal Free and University College Medical School from 2006-2012 (now UCL Medical School) and has returned to work in the North West. Following successful completion of the FRCA examinations, he has become more involved with NHS improvement and activity redesign with the Clinically Led Workforce and Activity Redesign program (CLEAR). He has also begun work as a Cochrane Clinical Dissemination Fellow, and begun working toward a Postgraduate certificate in medical education. Throughout his training he has been actively involved in teaching and training of Medical Students, foundation doctors and junior anaesthetic trainees.
Alex Bonner is a Consultant Anaesthetist at Lancashire Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, with subspecialty interests in vascular anaesthesia and medical education. He is regularly involved in the teaching of medical students, foundation doctors, and anaesthetic trainees who are preparing for their FRCA examinations. He is an instructor for Adult and Paediatric Advanced Life Support Courses, and has experience of practising anaesthesia and teaching in sub-Saharan Africa. He has also contributed to the development of Fitness to Practise assessments for the General Medical Council.