- Clinical Biochemistry: An Illustrated Colour Text, 5th ed. (Gaw);
- Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, 2nd ed. (Fonseca);
- Pediatric Dermatology, 4th ed. (Cohen)
- Pediatric Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, 3rd ed. (Kaban)
Welcome to the Family Medicine Subject Guide
Welcome. This guide will help you find resources which will help you succeed in your studies and research. We hope this will help you find your way to specialised family medicine information and learning tools. There are links to core books, journals, databases, and websites.
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News from Medscape
New resource for physiotherapists ( 11 Oct 2013)
New Physiotherapy e-books (6 Sep 2013)
New editions (5 Sep 2013)
On AccessMedicine, there are new editions of Junqueira's Basic Histology: Text and Atlas, 13e , Pulmonary Physiology, 8e and Vander’s Renal Physiology, 8e. All of these boook are listed under their titles on WHSL E-Resources in Health Care LibGuide E-books tab
Wits Health Sciences Stars on PubGet (26 July 2013)
ScienceDirect Allows ePub and Mobi Downloads. (25July 2013)
- The chapter download ability of the eReader app has now been integrated into ScienceDirect core functionality. Learn how users can download any HTML article or book chapter in Mobi (Kindle) or ePub format. This is only possible where the publisher has the cahpter in HTML, and PDF-only format chapters are NOT downloadable. Please go to this site for full details, Updated Instructions for ScienceDirect ePub & Mobi downloads
New edition with title change (July 2013)
"General and Systematic Pathology" by Underwood had changed its title to "Underwood's Pathology: A Clinical Approach" 6th Edition
New at AccessAnesthesiology ( June 2013)
The Anesthesia Guide by Achabahian& Gupta: A practical quick-reference guide to clinical anesthesiology - perfect for the OR and ICU!. Includes illustrations, diagrams, tables, and algorithms to impact must-know information on how specific cases should be managed. Coverage includes drug dosages, monitoring, complications, and clinical pearls. It is the perfect learning tool for trainees and an outstanding reference for experienced anesthesiologists
Paediatric Apps. Ashraf Coovadia has written an excellent piece about apps for paediatricians, but many of them are useful for other clinicians. He has graciously shared this with us. Just click on this link. https://www.dropbox.com/s/f5cpal0h7anvev3/Appsolutely.pdf (20th November 2012)
Using social media: practical and ethical guidance for doctors and medical students.
Click here to open is a useful document from the British Medical Association.
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