MasterPass Revision Questions for Paediatrics EMQs with Answers Explained – First Edition
MasterPass Revision Questions for Paediatrics EMQs with Answers Explained – First Edition book is one of the best one among other books too since this book deals with the basic to high yield concepts to make your pediatric concepts more easy and powerful.
This book is intended primarily for medical students who are preparing for their exams in paediatrics. It is intended as a revision tool, and includes many topics that are frequently asked in paediatric exams. It gives detailed answers to enable the student to learn through practising the questions.
Different people like to adopt different revision plans. We advise that students try a chapter at a time, attempting the questions and then marking them and reading the answers at the back of the book. They should then spend some time reading around each subject, before trying the questions again. And then note the improvement!
The questions are set in an extended matching question (EM Q) format. A number of medical schools are now examining students using EMQs, so practising this style of question is helpful. In addition, EMQs feature prominently in postgraduate examinations, so would also be useful to those preparing for postgraduate examinations such as the Diploma in Child Health (DCH) and Membership of the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health (MRCPCH).
Dr Ola Orekunrin MBBS
Ola qualified in 2008 from the Hull York Medical School, having maintained a special interest in paediatrics throughout her studies. After completing her foundation training, she was awarded the prestigious Japanese M EX T Fellowship in 2010, and is currently completing her research thesis, on the role of iPS cell-based therapies for children with genetic diseases, at Jikei University, Tokyo. She has recently combined her love of rotary-wing flying with her passion for improving the outcomes of paediatric trauma in Africa by starting up West Africa’s first air ambulance service.
Dr Helen Chaplin MBChB, M RCPCH
Helen Chaplin qualified in 2003 from the University of Birmingham, and has worked within paediatrics since 2004. She has trained in the Midlands area of the UK, in Birmingham, Derby, Coventry and Wolverhampton. She became a Member of the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health in 2007, and is currently working as a Paediatric Specialty Registrar in Wolverhampton and is specialising in community paediatrics. Coming from a family of teachers, Helen has a particular interest in education, and regularly enjoys leading a variety of paediatric teaching sessions.