Graber and Wilbur’s Family Medicine Examination and Board Review 5th Edition (2020) (PDF) by Jason Wilbur

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Graber and Wilbur's Family Medicine Examination and Board Review 5th Edition (2020) (PDF) by Jason Wilbur

Basic Information:

  • Year: 2020
  • Page Number: 880 pages
  • File Type: PDF
  • File Size: 25.70 MB
  • Authors/ Editiors: Jason Wilbur

Description:

Whether you’re studying for the boards or USMLE or looking to boost your professional knowledge, Family Medicine Examination & Board Review delivers everything you need to move to the next level of your career. Packed with 350+ progressive cases and thousands of questions with right and wrong answers explained in detail, this matchless guide provides both the information and practice required for complete mastery of the subject. This new edition gets you fully up to date with critical information on a host of topics―from health maintenance, metacognition, and diagnoses/treatments to new guidelines on cholesterol, blood pressure, heart failure, and anticoagulation―and includes a succinct guide to the recommended health maintenances for children and adults, perfect for a quick review.

With its trademark wit and humor, quick quizzes, clinical pearls, and other learning features peppered throughout, Family Medicine Examination& Board Review is a dynamic, fast-moving guide that keeps you engaged and motivated beginning to end.

Master every facet of family medicine with this comprehensive, engaging, meticulously updated guide and enjoy doing it! This is the go-to resource for students and practitioners

User’s Review:

From the Publisher Jason K. Wilbur, MD, Clinical Associate Professor, Department of Family Medicine, Roy J. and Lucille A. Carver College of Medicine, University of Iowa.Mark A. Graber, MD, Clinical Professor, Departments of Family and Emergency Medicine, Roy J. and Lucille A. Carver College of Medicine, University of Iowa.Brigit E. Ray, MD, MME, Faculty Associate Physician, Roy J. and Lucille A. Carver College of Medicine, University of Iowa.

Reviews from Amazon users, collected at the time the book is getting published on UniedVRG. It can be related to shiping or paper quality instead of the book content:

⭐ UPDATE: About to finish PGY-3 now and graduate, and just finished taking the board exam this week, 04/12/21 (first attempt; prelim result of pass), so figured I’d update my review on this now that I’ve competed the exam. I have reduced the rating to 3/5 stars, mainly due to the fact that this book didn’t end up being my top resource. The material is accurate and easy to read, and although the topic format was to my liking (see original review below), the actual format of the text was harder to read through than I initially imagined. The book goes through multiple cases per topic, each with successive questions that flesh out each topic (see 2nd image). While question/answer is a great review tool, it was very difficult to do the questions without accidentally seeing the answer choice. Personally, I prefer the traditional approach for textbooks of bullet points or paragraphs about each topic with questions at the end and answers separately. Then I would use dedicated Qbanks for testing. Thus, I ended up using this book very sparingly in my prep, and ended up focusing on QBanks (ie. AAFP questions, past ITEs, UWorld) for my studying. To conclude, if you are the type that benefits from a textbook with a case based, question orientated format, then this review book will work well, but if not, consider looking elsewhere or temper your expectations. Thus, because this book does not apply to everyone, specifically I believe the large majority of people, who prefer information based textbooks (my personal opinion from experience and observations), combined with the fact that I ended up using this very little in my prep, I have reduced my rating to 3/5.Original: Currently a PGY-2 Family Medicine resident and wanted an updated review book that covered the board exam material. This textbook fit that bill perfectly. I was hoping to get a head start on studying so that I wouldn’t have to worry about cramming towards the end next year. I’ve only had the chance to read a little of the book so far but it’s layout is great. Topics are by specialty (ie. Emergency medicine, Cards, Pulm, Sports medicine, etc.), which is my preferred way of reading, but I also think it’ll be great for rotations since that’s how most residency rotations are scheduled. Also throughout each section, they have multiple questions on the side bars that allow for good feedback while you’re reading. Will update as I read more, but so far, very happy with my purchase!

⭐ The best family medicine review I have come across in my 23 years of practice. Has none of the “fluff”, just the need-to-know material to help one pass their boards.

⭐ Updated information!Nice review for most of the important topics!Paper quality is excellent!Pictures are coloured!Nice sense of humour from the authors!

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