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Kevin and Indira's Guide to Getting Into Medical School By Kevin Ahern & Indira Rajagopal
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Kevin and Indira’s Guide to Getting Into Medical School is a book packed with information from two advisors at Oregon State University with years of experience working with thousands of... More > students. In this book they share the advice they have given over the years that has resulted in an extraordinary acceptance rate for their students getting into medical schools. Aimed at university students, the book takes students all the way through the process, from the earliest beginnings to acceptance. Extensive space is devoted to important topics such as personal statements and how to ace the interview. The book abounds with advice, insights, FAQs, and numerous miscellaneous items.< Less
Student Science Stories 2015 By Norman Schultz
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Compilation of fictional stories from student essays in Earth Science and Medical Science classes.
Steele's Guide to Scientific, Technical and Medical English By Dr S Steele
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A work-related language practice book and reference source for intermediates and post-intermediates. This EFL/ESP manual is designed as supportive resource for students of English who work in... More > scientific, medical or technical disciplines.< Less
Medical Terminology Using Word Building Instructor's Guide By Catherine Kurtz
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The Instructor's Guide is meant to be used in conjuction with the Student Text. The Instructor's Guide contains the material for the entire course including the answers to the chapter exercises, the... More > answers to the chapter tests, a Final Exam, and the Final Exam answers.< Less
Biomed: From the Student's Perspective By Carlos R. Villafañe
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The purpose of this book is to give the reader a general idea of what the Biomedical or "Clinical Engineering" Technical Field is about. Directed to Electronics/Biomedical students in very... More > easy to understand terms, with more than a hundred illustrations. It explains what a student will encounter when entering this specialized medical Field. This book is the English Translation of "Biomédica: Desde la Perspectiva del Estudiante", ISBN 978-0-615-24158-6.< Less
Clinical Decision Making Mcqs - Ace Medical Center By Jagdish Shah
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Finding time to prepare for an examination is challenging for medical students and interns. At the same time scoring high is important for selecting the desired branch for further studies. This book... More > aims at providing Clinical Decision Making MCQs in such a manner that a student can utilize small time intervals efficiently for learning. The book is designed to provide single best answer type of MCQs in different subjects. The MCQs are original and are created by a group of senior medical doctors. The correct answers and explanations are provided for every CDM. The book is the result of combined experience of authors in patient care and medical education. Well known text books and web resources are used for preparation of CDMs. We hope that the book will serve as a helpful partner to students preparing for various examinations.< Less
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This booklet describes techniques classroom teachers can use to do three things to ameliorate behavior for children with ADHD: 1) revise the environment to set the student up for success, 2) replace... More > the behavior, by teaching an alternative behavior that is socially acceptable, and 3) reframing the response, so the behavior is not fed by the behavior of the adult. We call this the Three R's which are based on the Three T's. The three T's are 1) Trigger (what sets the behavior in motion, 2) Target (what behavior are you wanting to target for change in measurable and observable terms, and 3) impacT (what is the student trying to gain or escape by having this behavior?) So the three T's (Trigger, Target, impacT) form the basis for the three R's (Revise, Replace, Reframe). It's simple and Dr. Riffel's presentation that coincides with this book is color coded to help you remember which of the sections you are addressing with each intervention.< Less
Medical School Multiple Mini Interview: Secrets for Success By James Wayne
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Medical school multiple mini interview preparation with questions to practice for the MMI. Feel confident and prepared for the MMI. Includes a full length practice MMI interview complete with... More > prompting questions and discussion to simulate the actual MMI experience. Learn to approach MMI questions and what the interviewers are looking for in the MMI. Read stories and experiences from medical students. One of the best books to prepare for the MMI.< Less
Strategies to a Successful Medical Short Case Exam Performance By Abu Dzarr
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This book describes the common problems affecting short case exam performance among medical students and trainees. The author provides various strategies to overcome these problems with emphasis on... More > cognitive, emotional and skill development. With better insights off one’s own shortcoming, the reader could engage each and every inadequacy with suitable remedies. This will hopefully translate into overall improvement in exam and clinical performance. Some of the points raised maybe unique to Malaysian experience. This book complements and does not replace standard text book on clinical method.< Less
Medical Ethics, from Hippocrates to the 21st Century By Andreas Sofroniou
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DEDICATED TO ALL MEDICAL STUDENTS AROUND THE WORLD The happiest of individuals are those who assist people in their quest for a healthy living and harmony. Medical Ethics as a subject consists of... More > the fundamental issues of practical decision-making, and its major concerns include the nature of ultimate value and the standards by which human actions can be judged right or wrong. We often refer to ethical judgments, or ethical principles where it once would have been more common to speak of moral judgments or moral principles. Strictly speaking, the term of Medical Ethics refers to the field of study, or branch of inquiry, that has morality as its subject matter. Although ethics has always been viewed as a branch of philosophy, its all-embracing practical nature links it with many other areas of study, including anthropology, biology, medicine, economics, history, politics, psychology, sociology, and theology.< Less

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