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Pocket Book?

Discussion in 'Clinical Rotations' started by tjmDO, Oct 28, 2002.

  1. tjmDO

    tjmDO Vascular Surgery Fellow
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    I am an MS-I at the Arizona College of Osteopathic Medicine. We have begun short preceptorships with, in my case a FP. They are every other week lasting only two hours. I am looking for a good pocket book that will give me the best range of information that will last me at least for the first two yrs of med school. Then I will move on to bigger better books for my real rotations. Any ideas?

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  3. Lisa_OSU

    Lisa_OSU Junior Member
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    I like Current Clinical Strategies Family Medicine pocket book. The black one for 2002. If you're only going to have one thing in your pocket on FP rotations, that's good.
     

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