Toronto Notes 2020 (ebook only)

Toronto Notes 2020 (ebook only)

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Toronto Notes for Medical Students, Inc. © 2020
By: Sara Mirali & Ayesh Seneviratne
1300+ pages
World Rights
36th Edition
ebook Only (PDF format)
ebook Only $130.95
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About the Book:
Toronto Notes for Medical Students is proud to present the 36th Edition of the highly successful Toronto Notes textbook series. The 2020 edition features content updates across the main text, figures, graphics, and evidence-based medicine sections that are consistent with the most recent MCCQE objectives. Many landmark trials have been included to reflect the most current evidence across all medical specialties. The new division of Toronto Notes into three textbooks—medicine, surgery, and primary medicine—enhances readability and eases the load of studying for the Canadian and American medical licensing exams. We have also redesigned our website to more closely reflect the layout of the textbook and to enrich the learning experience.

As a not-for-profit organization, all our proceeds from book sales have been donated to support medical student activities, charity events, and community outreach programs over the past years.

Toronto Notes 2020 Key Features:

• Updated content reflective of the newest MCCQE objectives

• A concise textbook with in-depth coverage of 32 medical specialties divided into three books—medicine, surgery, and primary medicine

• Toronto Notes Quiz mobile app, available for free on iOS and Android!

• Redesigned website featuring online resources, including newly updated Colour Atlas of Medical Images and Illustrations, a Radiology Imaging Database, practice review questions, and other online applications to enhance your studies

• The Clinical Handbook is an essential resource for clerkship, this pocket handbook is a condensed and practical guide to common clinical problems seen in clinics, on hospital wards, or in the OR. It is the perfect resource to prepare you for all your clinical rotations. The book includes the STAT Notes – the ultimate guide to managing on-call issues! A step-by-step approach to thirty common ward scenarios
Sara Mirali, HBSc, MD/PhD Candidate
Sara Mirali holds a HBSc from McGill University. She is currently in her fifth year of the MD/PhD program at the University of Toronto.

Ayesh Seneviratne, BMSc, MSc, MD/PhD Candidate
Ayesh Seneviratne holds a BMSc and MSc from Western University. He is currently in his sixth year of the MD/PhD program at the University of Toronto.
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