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== Learning (or revising) your clinical medicine ==
 
== Learning (or revising) your clinical medicine ==
 
It's a bit scary if you look at the new interim training guidelines, however if you pick it off a week at a time it won't be such a big problem. BMJ learning would be my pick: you can input a learning plan and it keeps you on-track! See useful links below.
 
It's a bit scary if you look at the new interim training guidelines, however if you pick it off a week at a time it won't be such a big problem. BMJ learning would be my pick: you can input a learning plan and it keeps you on-track! See useful links below.

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INDX702 pages

Learning (or revising) your clinical medicine

It's a bit scary if you look at the new interim training guidelines, however if you pick it off a week at a time it won't be such a big problem. BMJ learning would be my pick: you can input a learning plan and it keeps you on-track! See useful links below.

Article of the week

Silo fillers disease: the hazards of NOx. If you don't have an emedicine account, sign up.

external link to emedicine [1]

The discussion page is located on the on top menu bar


Useful links

clinical/useful_links