Can you adapt to the wide variety of learning environments in medicine? Can you show your best abilities in the exams at the same time as learning to be a doctor? Can you balance your studies with an enjoyable social life? Can you develop your professionalism and manage your 'digital footprint'? How to Succeed at Medical School will help you learn these vital skills, and much more. Written by experienced medical school teachers and packed full of case studies, illustrations, quotes from other students, tip boxes, exercises, portfolios and learning techniques to help you communicate, study and revise - itas an essential resource to help you thrive at medical school. This thoroughly updated second edition includes new chapters on Professionalism and Teaching, and provides invaluable insight into what to expect from the start of medical school right through to the start of your medical career.through referencing, otherwise you are passing them off as your ideas and that is academically dishonest (and is seen by many as equivalent ... In contrast, imagine the student who writes his or her essay directly from several sources, the books or web pages open in front of him. ... The proper name for this type of referencing is the Harvard style and, to confuse things, there are various different subtypes.
|Title||:||How to Succeed at Medical School|
|Author||:||Dason Evans, Jo Brown|
|Publisher||:||John Wiley & Sons - 2015-06-08|