3: Gynaecology and genitourinary medicine
6: Primary Care
9: Anaesthesia and intensive care
10: Eponymous syndromes
13: Emergency medicine
14: Pre-Hospital care
- Includes a colour plate section with over 50 full-colour images for illustration based assessments
- Includes detailed feedback on every question explaining the rationale behind right and wrong answers
- Four star rating system rates question difficulty so you can monitor your progress as you learn
New to this Edition:
- A new chapter on 'Eponymous Syndromes'
- Fully cross-referenced to the tenth edition of the Oxford Handbook of Clinical Specialties
Maximise your exam success with this unique revision guide on core clinical specialties.
The third edition of Oxford Assess and Progress: Clinical Specialties 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.
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.
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.