best oral boards resource (NOT going to a session)

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  1. Idiopathic

    Idiopathic Newly Minted Lifetime Donor 10+ Year Member

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    i have the Ho book, Faust, Yao & Artusio. are there any other resources that are recommended (Big Red vs. UPMC videos)
     
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  3. sevoflurane

    sevoflurane Ride 10+ Year Member

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    Those should be plenty. Ho's practice stem questions are good to go over with a partner.

    Remember that it's not just a knowlege test (you've got that covered as you have already passed the written).... This time, it's heavily weighed on presentation, organization, confidence and delivery. Practice oral exams is key my friend. They are the most useful. Plenty of people fail because they trip themselves up... not because they don't know the material.

    Pretty sure you're gonna nail it! ;)
     
  4. sevoflurane

    sevoflurane Ride 10+ Year Member

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    Also.... know ACLS cold. You WILL get at least one stem that will test your knowledge of ACLS.
     
  5. CambieMD

    CambieMD cambiemd 10+ Year Member

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    Board Stiff III and the Hand Book for Co-Existing Diseases was very helpful to me. Yao is way too much.

    Cambie
     

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