Toronto Notes 2016 (eBook Only)

Toronto Notes 2016 (eBook Only)

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Toronto Notes for Medical Students, Inc. © 2016
By: Zamir Merali & Jason Woodfine
1300+ Pages
World Rights
ebook Only (PDF format)
ebook Only $129.95
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Toronto Notes 2017 available now.

The Toronto Notes, print and ebook versions, are final sale with no exchanges or refunds.

The Toronto Notes 2016 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.

**If you already own the 2016 printed Toronto Notes, you can purchase the ebook for only $20.00. Add only the ebook to your shopping cart and use the online access code you received with your printed version. Put the code in the “Coupon Code” field to reduce your shopping cart price.**

 

About the Book:
Toronto Notes for Medical Students is proud to present the 32st Edition of the highly successful Toronto Notes textbook series. This 2016 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 for Medical Students 2016 includes exciting new changes that will further help health care professionals with examinations, general knowledge, and ultimately preparingfor their medical licensing exams. This year, the Toronto Notes 2016 package includes:

Toronto Notes 2016 Key Features:

• A concise textbook with in-depth coverage of 30 medical specialties

• Up-to-date Evidence Based Medicine highlights, including DSM-5 criteria

• Our website features online resources, including a Colour Atlas, ECGs Made Simple
tutorial, Heart Sounds tutorial, Essentials of Medical Imaging, over 50 Practice OSCE
stations and much more

• A Clinical Handbook highlighting common clinical management scenarios and
helpful tips on clerkship basics - perfect size to carry on the wards

• A downloadable, searchable E-book with hyperlinks that allows note taking and
bookmarking, compatible with both smart phones and tablets, for only $20 with the
purchase of a print copy - now available with colour illustrations

• Stat Notes: The ultimate guide to managing on-call issues, this pocketbook features a
step-by-step approach for 30 common ward scenarios
Zamir Merali, BSc.
Zamir Merali holds a BSc ( honours) from the University of Guelph in Biochemistry. He is currently a fourth year MD candidate at the University of Toronto and intends to specialize in neurosurgery.
 
Jason Woodfine, BSc.
Jason Woodbine holds a BSc ( honours) from the University of Toronto in Mathematics and Physics. He is currently a fourth year MD candidate at the University of Toronto and intends to specialize in Internal Medicine.
 
Jieun Kim, MSc, MD/ PhD Candidate
Jieun Kim holds a MSc in Molecular Genetics from the University of Toronto. She is currently in her sixth year of MD/ PhD training, focusing on immunology and stem cell biology for her PhD thesis.
 
Ilya Mukovozov, MSc, PhD
Ilya Mukovozov holds a MSc and a PhD from the University of Toronto where he is a sixth year MD/ PhD student. He is also Editor-in-Chief for the Pair-o-docs newsletter.
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