The Oxford Medical Handbooks series sets the academic standard, and the 10th edition of the Oxford Handbook of Clinical Medicine is a tremendously useful example.
What does this book cover?
This lushly illustrated and flexibound edition of Oxford Handbook of Clinical Medicine (Oxford Medical Handbooks) is a detailed, step by step guide to the core principles of clinical medicine. It is well balanced and concise, yet full of the most important details. In fact, it was initially created from the final revision notes of the authors’ students.
As you explore the Oxford Handbook of Clinical Medicine, you’ll gain a deeper understanding of:
About the Authors
Ian Wilkinson teaches at the University of Cambridge, and practices at Addenbrooks Hospital. Tim Raine practices at Cambridge University Hospital as a Consultant Gastroenterologist. Kate Wiles practices at Kings College, London, as an Obstetric Nephrologist. Anna Goodhart, Catriona Hall and Harriet O’Neill bring specialist knowledge and perspectives to the text, and have contributed new chapters to this edition.
This book is a beloved revision aid and quick reference which no medical student should be without!