Make A Decision: Surgery
Taking a role-playing approach, Make A Decision: Surgery allows you to be the book's main character - Dr A. Simpson - a junior general surgeon on call in a busy teaching hospital. Your decisions and actions determine the clinical outcomes of real patients within a number of scenarios. Each scenario branches out and unfolds as you make more decisions, but choose incorrectly and you may be sent home by your boss! Every decision you make is scored and evidence-based feedback is presented at the end of each scenario together with the correct clinical response and an explanation of what actually happened to the patient.
Blood work and radiological investigations presented in typical clinical formats allow you to practise your data interpretation skills, whilst your skills in clinical communication are tested to the full as you interact with patients and their families as well as co-members of staff.
Based on first-hand experience, the authors have selected real cases that have impacted on their practice and reflect important points of learning, making the book perfect for medical students, junior doctors, and surgery trainees who are looking for a scenario-based, interactive way to learn.
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256 pages; ISBN 9781118293423
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Title: Make A Decision: Surgery
Author: Mark Corrigan; Arnold Hill; Paul Redmond
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