Essentials for the Canadian Medical Licensing Exam reviews key concepts necessary for Canadian medical students and international medical graduates preparing to write the Medical Council of Canada Qualifying Exam (MCCQE), part 1. —
Test-taking strategies and steps to succeed as an EMT
No two EMT exam experiences are exactly alike, as questions are tailored to the test-taker and range in topics from handling medical emergencies and patient assessment, to medical ethics, ambulance operations, and pediatrics. EMT Exam For Dummies takes the intimidation out of the test, offering everything you need to prepare for—and pass—the exam. Along with the book, there is also an online companion website that features two additional practice tests, and over 200 flashcards to ensure that you do your best on test day.
Career opportunities are abundant for certified EMTs, and this straightforward guide increases your chances of scoring higher on the computer-adaptive and practical portions of the exam so you can get out in the field and dispense lifesaving medical care. In the book, you’ll find an overview of the EMT Exam, including test organization and how the exam is scored, content review with practice questions, a sneak peek at the practical exam, and one full-length practice test with detailed answer explanations.
Includes sample test questions and detailed answers throughout, as well as a sneak peek into the practical test
Gives you two bonus practice exams via the companion online test bank, with tests available in timed and untimed formats, and more than 200 flashcards that cover all the test topics
Offers clear test-taking advice for passing the crucial, practical part of the exam
Covers the psychomotor component of the EMT Exam
EMT Exam For Dummies has everything you need to succeed as an EMT and continue your training, and with an easy-to-read style and focus on the most important details, you’ll be ready to pass the exam in no time!
By (author): Daniel J. Limmer EMT-P, Keith J. Karren Ph.D., Brent Q. Hafen Ph.D., John Mackay EMTP-III PCP, Michelle Mackay BA
Emergency Medical Responder: A Skills Approach is the essential guide for students preparing to enter the paramedic profession. Thoroughly Canadian, it incorporates case studies drawn from the authors’ experience, as well as perspectives, legislation, and procedures that are particular to Canada. A variety of enrichment materials are included throughout the book, as is expanded coverage on working with other members of the health care team and the importance of written reports and accurate documentation.
The third Canadian edition features updated CPR standards, review questions, and visuals. As well, the authors have worked significantly on expanding the section on diseases of concern, the glossary, pertinent medications, and corresponding NOCPs (National Occupational Competency Profiles of the Paramedic Association of Canada). Their dedication to creating a current and thorough textbook is clearly reflected in the fact that it has been a student favourite for more than a decade.
By (author): Jeeshan H. Chowdhury, Shaheed Merani, Peter J. Gill
PLEASE NOTE: This is a corrected reprint of the previous edition from 2010. Therefore the copyright year listed inside the front cover is 2010. __________________________
Essentials for the Canadian Medical Licensing Exam: Review and Prep for MCCQE Part I presents a new and innovative review of all specialties and sub-specialties tested on the MCCQE Part I examination. Each chapter focuses on common clinical presentations which include detailed differential diagnoses, relevant physical examination characteristics and diagnostic tests, treatment and patient consultation techniques, and epidemiological information, as well as fundamental scientific principles.
Selection of content based solely on the current MCCQE Examination Objectives published by the Medical Council of Canada.
Outline format allows for quick and efficient review of material.
Flow diagrams present clinical decision-making, diagnostic testing, and differential diagnoses.
Toronto Notes for Medical Students is proud to present the 31st Edition of the highly successful Toronto Notes textbook series. This 2015 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 2015 Key Features:
A high-yield review text with in-depth coverage of 30 medical specialties over 1300 pages
Premier resource in preparation for MCCQE I and USMLE II objectives
DSM-5 diagnostic criteria used throughout text
New dedicated Vascular Surgery chapter
Up-to-date Evidence Based Medicine sections and high-impact clinical trial summaries
Redesigned book layout featuring new in-text icons and illustrations throughout the text
By (author): Simon D. Baxter, Gordon G. McSheffrey
The Toronto Notes 2009 includes exciting new changes that will further help students prepare for the Canadian and American medical licensing exams. This year, the Toronto Notes 2009 package includes: -A concise textbook with in depth coverage of 29 chapters as listed in the concise TOC at the end of this document -Extensive updating of amterial, including up-to-date Evidence Based meidcine reviews -A new and improved teaching program for ECG iterpretation (included on the CD) -A re-designed PDA version with a user-friendly interface for quick reference on the wards (both Palm and Pocket PC versions) -A high quality Colour Atlas cross-referenced with the text (included on the CD) -Exam preparation tools and lots of practice questions -A 300-page pocket reference guide, highlighting common clinical management scenarios and helpful tips on clerkship basics (perfect to carry on the wards)