This 2006 book is a how-to guide for medical students moving from
the classroom to the clinical/hospital setting; a particularly
stressful transition in a student-physician's career. This handbook
is made up of short, easily digestible passages that advise
students on everything from reading an EKG or chest x-ray to tips
on dealing with difficult residents and what to wear on wards.
Passages are peppered with light-hearted anecdotes to bolster the
spirits of students intimidated and overwhelmed by their
responsibility as fledgling doctors. The handbook has been
developed by Dr Richard Loftus, who wrote the first version of this
guide after his 3rd year at University of California, San Francisco
(UCSF). It contains appendices of useful information, including a
PDF file of full size forms that can be accessed from our website.
Cambridge University Press (Virtual Publishing)
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Richard A. Loftus
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