- Year: 2014
- Page Number: 374
- File Type: PDF
- File Size: 24.48 MB
- Authors/ Editiors: Meghan M.
Support your clinical decision making and prepare for everyday challenges in the primary care setting with Pocket Primary Care, a brand new, pocket-sized loose-leaf resource that offers the most current, evidence-based approaches to delivering quality care in the outpatient setting.
Representing the efforts of a dedicated team of primary care and specialist physicians at the Massachusetts General Hospital, this practical resource provides the key clinical data you need to manage your patients effectively and quickly.
Pocket Primary Care is the latest addition of the Pocket Notebook series. This series is authored by Dr. Meghan Kiefer and Dr. Curtis Chong. I love this 300+ pages handbook and I will tell you why. For those who have looked up Pocket Medicine on amazon, you know that I do a through review of these medical handbooks when I have a chance. Now to be honest, I’ve maybe read about 10% of this book (you only have so much free time when you’re in residency…) but this thing is golden. If you love the Pocket Medicine series but wanted an outpatient version, this is basically it.
Disappointingly, this book has more fellows and residents writing the chapters (there was more pages to the start of this book compared to Pocket Medicine due to giving all the credits to all the author), but I’m sure under the editors of Kiefer/Chong, everything should be high quality, evidence based knowledge. Of the pages that I have read, everything looks on point, and as always, most of the pages have tons of references so you can look it up if you want more details about some type of recommendation.
This is an excellent, concise review book. I’ve been working as a Hospitalist for the past 2 years. I’ve recently transioned to outpatient medicine. I felt a little rusty on certain topics such as health maintenance, women’s health, pharyngitis etc. This little book has been extremely helpful. It’s small enough to carry in my white coat everyday. I love that the references are next to the guidelines. I have used this book almost daily. There are a lot of abbreviations, but there’s a legend in the back of the book so it’s really not a big deal. I would recommend this book without reservation!
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