Multiple True False Questions for the Final FFICM (2015) (PDF) Emma Bellchambers

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Basic Information:

  • Year: 2015
  • Page Number: 342
  • File Type: PDF
  • File Size: 1.58 MB
  • Authors/ Editiors: Emma Bellchambers

Description:

Following the introduction in 2013 of the FFICM exam for trainees in intensive care, this book provides candidates with practice materials for the MCQ section. Written by a team of specialists in intensive care medicine, including senior trainees who have recently passed the new exam and authors of the popular FRCAQ website, the book contains 270 multiple true-false questions that cover the breadth of the current Faculty of Intensive Care Medicine curriculum. These are presented as three 90-question practice papers, providing candidates with a faithful simulation of the style, standard and format of the questions they will encounter. With short and long explanations for each question, presented with up-to-date references for extended reading, this book is both an ideal tool for in-depth exam preparation, and an excellent resource for practising consultants in intensive care medicine. It is also suitable for candidates taking the EDIC and other intensive care exams worldwide.

User’s Review:

I do not ordinarily write negative reviews but I feel compelled to because this book is giving me palpitations. Positives are the guidelines, scoring systems and recent evidence that is included in the answers.
Negatives…well the questions seemed to be written to intentionally catch you out. And not through a lack of knowledge but through poor phrasing. It is incredibly frustrating and I think of the four MCQ books I have revised from for the forthcoming FFICM, these questions are the most ‘unfair’ by leagues. I still think it is a useful book because of the informative answers, however I hope the authors take heed from these reviews and greatly improve the format of the next edition.

I do not ordinarily write negative reviews but I feel compelled to because this book is giving me palpitations. Positives are the guidelines, scoring systems and recent evidence that is included in the answers.
Negatives…well the questions seemed to be written to intentionally catch you out. And not through a lack of knowledge but through poor phrasing. It is incredibly frustrating and I think of the four MCQ books I have revised from for the forthcoming FFICM, these questions are the most ‘unfair’ by leagues. I still think it is a useful book because of the informative answers, however I hope the authors take heed from these reviews and greatly improve the format of the next edition.

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