Don't panic! "Crash Course" is here―that perfect set of lecture notes which no student ever really has the time to compile. These books deliver all of the information needed to get through a course or prepare for exams. Clear text covers the essential concepts of each discipline or specialty; learning features expedite mastery of the material; and review questions let readers assess their knowledge. With basic science books written by current medical students under faculty supervision, and clinical titles that pair senior specialists with doctors who have only recently begun training in the relevant field, Crash Course titles are designed to ideally meet the needs of today's medical students.
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Whether you need to get out of a fix or ensure that you pass your exams with distinction, Crash Course is for you!About the Author:
Michael Dykes obtained a BSc (Hons) degree in Anatomy and Cell Biology from the University of Sheffield. Since graduating, he has worked at the University of Nottingham Medical School as an Anatomy Demonstrator, teaching and assessing undergraduate medical students. In October 2001, he is to return to the University of Sheffield to study for a degree in medicine.
Authors for basic science titles are medical students, keeping Crash Course in touch with changes in curricula and maintaining its student perspective. The name of the new author goes first on the cover followed by the name of the author from the previous edition.
Series Editor - Dan Horton-Szar (as 1/e)
Crash Course is divided into 2 tiers, basic science and clinical with a Series Editor for each tier. The role of the Series Editor is tomaintain consistency across the series and to have an overview of each tier.
Faculty Advisor - Dr Ian Whitmore (as 1/e)
Each basic-science title has its own Faculty Advisor, a senior instructor who checks the scope and accuracy of the content
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