By Anthony N. Warrens, Malcolm Persey, Michael Fertleman, Stephen H. Powis, Alimuddin Zumla
Trainees in guidance for the MRCP exam will welcome the much-anticipated new version of this 'gold common' revision ebook. Revised and up-to-date all through to surround new advancements in scientific diagnostics and therapeutics, and restructured to mirror the hot adjustments within the layout of the half 2 written exam, the e-book keeps to supply a extra designated and examination-orientated technique than different revision publications out there. The charm of the booklet lies not just within the cautious adherence to the exam layout, but additionally within the worthwhile tricks it presents on examination strategy, with feedback of data that might be useful whilst tackling the examination provided in a 'revision-friendly' boxed layout.
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A Guide to the MRCP Part 2 Written Paper by Anthony N. Warrens, Malcolm Persey, Michael Fertleman, Stephen H. Powis, Alimuddin Zumla