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Frameworks for internal medicine

Author: André M Mansoor
Publisher: Philadelphia : Wolters Kluwer, [2019]
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"Frameworks for Internal Medicine is an innovative, visual, and organized approach to teaching DDx for the internal medicine rotation. Although aimed at internal medicine, it is suitable for clerkship students in other rotations as well, especially family medicine, as well as students in PA and NP. Based on the author's experiences teaching "chalk talks" to medical clerkship students, the text draws on the author's  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Case Reports
Problems and Exercises
Textbooks
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: André M Mansoor
ISBN: 9781496359308 1496359305
OCLC Number: 1050335875
Description: xiv, 713 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 28 cm
Contents: Sect. 1: How to use this book --
Sect. 2: The framework system --
Sect. 3: Cardiology --
Sect. 4: Endocrinology --
Sect. 5: Gastroenterology and hepatology --
Sect. 6: General internal medicine --
Sect. 7: Hematology --
Sect. 8: Infectious diseases --
Sect. 9: Nephrology --
Sect. 10: Neurology --
Sect. 11: Pulmonology --
Sect. 12: Rheumatology --
Sect. 13: Educator's appendix.
Responsibility: André M. Mansoor, MD (Assistant Professor of Medicine, Division of Hospital Medicine, Director, Procedure Service, Oregon Health & Science University, Portland, Oregon).

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"Frameworks for Internal Medicine is an innovative, visual, and organized approach to teaching DDx for the internal medicine rotation. Although aimed at internal medicine, it is suitable for clerkship students in other rotations as well, especially family medicine, as well as students in PA and NP. Based on the author's experiences teaching "chalk talks" to medical clerkship students, the text draws on the author's own knowledge and background and covers the top conditions students must learn during the IM rotation This book preserves the art of Socratic teaching, a method that reaches back 2500 years. Not only does the process reveal what is known but, even more clearly, it reveals what is not known. Everybody learns. Students, teachers, and nurses learn. Laboratory personnel and patients learn. All will evolve and grow. It is a powerful thing to witness. Fifty of the most common clinical problems are illustrated in this book. The cache of questions will evolve as the anatomy of erudition points the way. This book contains frameworks that guide the discussion of the "the chosen fifty." The 60-year-old man with hematocrit of 32. The 29-year-old pregnant woman with pitting edema to the axillae. The acutely dyspneic long haul truck driver. The young person with fever of unknown origin. The framework prepares the teacher and the learners. It creates the environment most conducive to high-impact learning efficiency. In the end, it is the process rather than the framework. The process becomes generalized"--

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