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Psychiatry Cases

Discussion in 'Clinical Rotations' started by DMDcanada, Apr 14, 2007.

  1. DMDcanada

    DMDcanada Junior Member

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    Does anyone know a website or book that i can get clinically related psychiatry cases?!! i find my current textbook to lack cases, and the exam will be case based. Thanks, any help would be appreciated!
     
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  3. Arsenic

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    case files: psychiatry

    i always use the case files series for my shelf exams, they make learning the material much better. basically, they present a clinical vignette and then ask you some questions like "what would you do next?" and then go into a discussion on the disease, the management, etc... some of them are better than others but for the most part i really like them.
     
  4. jdh71

    jdh71 epiphany at nine thousand six hundred feet
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    Underground Clinical Vignettes: Psychiatry
     
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    def good also. with all the extra time i had on that rotation i read first aid psych and just annotated it with stuff from case files. i didnt buy UCV Psych but glanced at someones elses copy and it looked very good, short and to the point.
     
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    short and to the point - it was - I really liked the defense mechanisms section - pretty easy adn straight forward questions but sometimes I would get them twisted around.
     

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