The Arts in Medical Education: A Practical Guide
This is a revised and updated version of "MCQs in Applied Basic Sciences for the FRCS" (2nd edition), and has been adapted to suit other examinations with a basic science component such as the MRCP, MRCS/AFRCS and MRCOG. The book should be of interest to those doctors in training preparing for their professional examinations. It is divided into sections to make selective revision easier, and each questions is accompanied by an explanatory answer.
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Why use the arts in medical education? 1
Setting the scene 5
Its my story 29
The language of feelings 49
A way of seeing 71
Out on location 93
The drama of everyday life 107
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The Arts in Medical Education: A Practical Guide, Second Edition
Elaine Powley,Roger Higson
Limited preview - 2017
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