Psychiatry Morning Report: Beyond the Pearls
Psychiatry Morning Report: Beyond the Pearls is a case-based reference that covers the key material included on the USMLE Step 2 and Step 3, as well as the psychiatry clerkship. Focusing on the practical information you need to know, it teaches how to analyze a clinical vignette in the style of a morning report conference, sharpening your clinical decision-making skills and helping you formulate an evidence-based approach to realistic patient scenarios.
- Each case has been carefully chosen and covers scenarios and questions frequently encountered on the USMLE/psychiatry boards, shelf exams, and clinical practice, integrating both basic science and clinical pearls.
- "Beyond the Pearls" tips and secrets (all evidence-based with references) provide deep coverage of core material.
- "Morning Report"/"Grand Rounds" format begins with the chief complaints to the labs, relevant images, and includes a "pearl" at the end of the case. Questions are placed throughout the case to mimic practical decision making both in the hospital and on the board exam.
- Introductory chapters discuss practical psychiatry skills for daily functioning including taking a history, presenting and writing a note, briefly reviewing psychopharmacology, and ethical considerations.
- Written and edited by experienced teachers and clinicians; each case has been reviewed by board certified attending/practicing physicians.
- Student Consult™ eBook version included with purchase. This enhanced eBook experience allows you to search all of the text, figures, and references from the book on a variety of devices.
|Author Information||By Tammy Duong, MD, Assistant Professor, Department of Psychiatry, UCSF School of Medicine, San Francisco, California; Rebecca L. Tamas, MD, FAPA, Regional Medical Director, PsychBC, Louisville KY, USA and Peter Ureste, MD, Assistant Professor, Department of Psychiatry, University of California San Francisco, San Francisco, California, USA|
"This book is intended for medical students preparing for the psychiatry shelf exam and USMLE board exam. It may also serve as a refresher on basic psychiatry concepts for non-psychiatric providers, but the level of depth is likely too low for practicing psychiatrists to find useful. The book meets the needs of the intended audience as the degree of complexity is sufficient to prepare a medical student for an exam."
-Chad R Percifield, DO (Michigan State University College of Medicine) Doody's Review Service
|Trim||229 x 152 (6 x 9)|
|Stock Status||In Stock|