Toronto Notes 2015 (ebook only)

Toronto Notes 2015 (ebook only)

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Toronto Notes for Medical Students, Inc. © 2015
By Justin Hall and Azra Premji
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The Toronto Notes 2015 ebook features a newly redesigned colour layout. The ebook is a searchable, digital version of the main book, which contains a hyperlinked table of contents, linked subtable of contents in each chapter and linked index. It also allows for note-taking and bookmarking. The ebook can be placed on more than one device. For more information on whether your device is compatible, please click on “Will this ebook work on my device?” tab.
 

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About the Book:
Toronto Notes for Medical Students is proud to present the 31st Edition of the highly successful Toronto Notes textbook series. This 2015 edition features a new layout across all 30 chapters for enhanced readability, with newly updated in-text icons and illustrations. Content updates across the main text, figures, graphics, and evidence based medicine sections further enhance preparation for the Canadian and American medical licensing exams.
 
Toronto Notes 2015 Key Features:
- A high-yield review text with in-depth coverage of 30 medical specialties over 1300 pages
- Premier resource in preparation for MCCQE I and USMLE II objectives

- DSM-5 diagnostic criteria used throughout text

- New dedicated Vascular Surgery chapter
- Up-to-date Evidence Based Medicine sections and high-impact clinical trial summaries
- Redesigned book layout featuring new in-text icons and illustrations throughout the text

 

2015 Toronto Notes Package Includes:

 

1.     Toronto Notes 2015 Textbook

-        High-yield review text with in-depth coverage of 30 medical specialities over 1300 pages

-        Premier resource in preparation for MCCQE I and USMLE II objectives

-        Up-to-date Evidence Based Medicine sections and high-impact clinical trial summaries

-        Redesigned book layout featuring new in-text icons and illustrations throughout the text

 

2.     Toronto Notes 2015 Handbook

-        Completely revised and abbreviated edition which is portable and ward-friendly

-        A concise quick reference guide designed specifically to be used “on-the-go” during clinical rotations

-        Highlights common clinical scenarios to focus on clinical issues as well as diagnostic and treatment principles

-        Includes references for common procedures, major ACLS algorithms as well as a removable hand-held visual acuity chart, ECG approach card, and antibiotic reference card

 

3.     Stat Notes Booklet

-        Updated and revised user-friendly edition!

-        30 page guide on the approach and management of common clinical scenarios encountered while on call

 

4.     Toronto Notes Website (not available with ebook only purchase)

-        1-year unlimited subscription to the newly updated Toronto Notes website with full access to all learning resources and tutorials

-        Content includes Toronto Notes Colour Atlas, “ECG Made Simple” © Learning Modules, Heart Sounds Tutorial, Approach to Ultrasound Tutorial, Online Colour Histology Slide Collections, Toronto Notes practice questions

Justin Hall, MSc, MPH

Justin Hall holds a MSc from Queen’s University and a MPH from the University of Waterloo and is a fourth year MD candidate at the University of Toronto. He is also Editor-in-Chief for the Essentials of Clinical Examination Handbook, 7th Edition.

 

Azra Premji, MSc, RRT

Azra Premji holds a MSc from the University of Waterloo and completed her Respiratory Therapy training at the Michener Institute.  She is a fourth year MD candidate at the University of Toronto.

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