Revision Notes for MCEM Part B by Victoria StaceyRevision Notes for MCEM Part B by Victoria Stacey

Revision Notes for MCEM Part B

EditorVictoria Stacey

Paperback | September 15, 2012

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This is the only book that MCEM candidates will need to pass the MCEM Part B exam. This revision guide is framed around the most recent CEM syllabus, focusing on all the components of the exam. Each section of the book is tailored to match different elements of the syllabus, allowingcandidates to revise efficiently and comprehensively.This concise revision tool is completely up-to-date, reflecting the latest developments in the examination. High quality artwork and a bullet-point style help candidates to absorb information quickly. It also includes over 35 short answer questions enabling candidates to gain invaluable exampractice. Exam tips are included throughout the book to help candidates improve their exam technique.
Victoria Stacey has been a Consultant in Emergency Medicine at Cheltenham General Hospital since August 2009. She passed the MCEM examination in 2004 and the FCEM examination in 2008. She trained as a Specialist Registrar in the Oxford Deanery and during that time ran a revision course for the MCEM part B and C examinations. She has p...
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Title:Revision Notes for MCEM Part BFormat:PaperbackDimensions:620 pages, 9.21 × 6.14 × 0 inPublished:September 15, 2012Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0199592772

ISBN - 13:9780199592777

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Table of Contents

1. Exam tips2. Resuscitation3. Anaesthetics and pain relief4. Major trauma5. Musculoskeletal, rheumatology and wound management6. Surgery7. Surgical sub-specialities8. Obstetrics and gynaecology9. Cadiology10. Respiratory11. Neurology12. Nephrology13. Gastroenterology14. Endocrinology15. Infectious diseases16. Dermatology17. Toxicology18. Psychiatry19. Paediatrics20. Legal aspects of emergency medicine