Laughing Your Way To Passing The Neurology Boards

Author: Amy McGregor
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ISBN: 9781607435358
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Medhumor Medical Publications, LLC brings you the latest addition to our "Laughing Your Way to Passing the Neurology Boards 2nd Edition" r Our new 2nd edition will help you prepare for the Residency In-Service Training Exam (RITE) and the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology and Psychiatry certification exams. Family Medicine Residents and Internal Medicine Residents and Interns will find this to be a useful resource as well. Medical students on their Neurology Clerkship will find this useful in preparing for their NBME (National Board of Medical Examiners), Neurology Shelf exam, and USMLE Step 3 exam. Not only do we provide you the core material needed to pass these exams, we provide you with ALL NEW: High Yield Neurology Mnemonics! Test taking tips and strategies! Memorable illustrations! End of chapter quizzes to reinforce the key high yield information! Latest, most updated Neurology Disease Criteria, Guidelines, Data and relevant literature! Like other titles in our "Laughing Your Way" series, the material is presented not only in a way that is easy to remember...but in a way that's impossible to forget.

Neurology Board Review

Author: Amy McGregor
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 0190498404
Size: 74.38 MB
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Neurology Board Review: Questions and Answers is an easy to read guide that was created to prepare the reader for the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology (ABPN) certification and recertification exams. It was specifically designed to cover the topics listed in the ABPN content outline, which should be used in tandem with this book, and includes questions about recent practice parameters published by the American Academy of Neurology. Formatted in a user-friendly way, utilizing case-based and multiple choice questions, this book promotes absorption of key facts and neurological concepts quickly and on-the-go. This authoritative resource provides an in-depth look at basic neuroscience, critical care and trauma, cerebrovascular diseases, movement disorders, neuromuscular diseases, psychiatry, behavioral neurology, clinical neurophysiology, headaches and pain, metabolic disorders, pediatric neurology and sleep disorders. With over 1,000 questions, Neurology Board Review illustrates key concepts using short and pithy explanations; including informative illustrations, descriptive tables, and a list of further readings at the end of each section. This is the perfect study aid for residents and neurologists alike.

Neurology Psychiatry

Author: Kumar Budur
Publisher: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins
ISBN: 1451161514
Size: 44.34 MB
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This book is an excellent review for neurology residents and practicing neurologists studying for the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology certification and recertification exams. The book has 1,000 multiple-choice questions that mimic the Boards, along with answers and explanations. The Neurology and Psychiatry sections consist of chapters on specific topics that are emphasized in the Board exams. Neurology High Yield Points, Psychiatry High Yield Points, and Psychiatry Factoids chapters list the most important points for quick review just prior to the exam. All of the questions and answers in the book will be available electronically on a companion Website.

Transition

Author: Chaz Bono
Publisher: Penguin
ISBN: 9781101476482
Size: 15.16 MB
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Chaz Bono's groundbreaking and candid account of a forty-year struggle to match his gender identity with his physical body and his transformation from female to male At first, America knew the only child of Sonny and Cher as Chastity, the cherubic little girl who appeared on her parents' TV show. In later years, she became famous for coming out on a national stage, working with two major organizations toward LGBT (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender) rights and publishing two books. And just within the past eighteen months, Chaz Bono has entered the public consciousness as the most high-profile transgender person ever. All through the hoopla surrounding his change, Chaz has insisted on maintaining his privacy. Now, in Transition, Chaz finally tells his story. Part One traces his decision to transition, beginning in his childhood-when he played on the boys' teams and wore boys' clothing whenever possible-and going through his painful, but ultimately joyful, coming out in his twenties, up to 2008, when, after the death of his father, drug addiction, and five years of sobriety, Chaz was finally ready to begin the process of changing his gender. In Part Two, he offers an unprecedented record in words and photographs of the actual transition, a real-time diary as he navigates uncharted waters. These chapters capture the day-to-day momentum of his life as his body changes. Throughout the book, Chaz touches on themes of identity, gender, and sexuality; parents and children; and how harboring secrets shatters the soul. It is an amazing contribution to our understanding of a much- misunderstood community. Listen to an Interview

The Accidental Teacher

Author: Eric Mandel
Publisher: Eric Mandel
ISBN: 1432744860
Size: 54.49 MB
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The Accidental Teacher is a humorous and provocative account of the authors experience teaching English in a California public high school with absolutely no qualifications, training or previous experience. Equal parts McCourts Teacher Man and Keseys Cuckoos Nest with a dash of Sedaris and a shot of Hunter Thompson, the story follows Mr. Mandel as he muddles through his first year, mangling metaphors and alienating administrators while attempting to engage a very difficult group of teenagers. From his outsiders perspective, Mr. Mandel provides pointed commentaries on the troubling issues facing public education and poignant accounts of his students lives and his own personal journey; frequent digressions offer literary allusions from the subtle to the ludicrous. The author displays a wry sense of humor as he struggles to counter administrative absurdities, to appease his own Nurse Ratchet, and to compensate for his own deficiencies. The Accidental Teacher is certain to entertain and interest anyone who has taught, wants to teach, cares about public education, or dreams of changing careers late in life.

New York Magazine

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New York magazine was born in 1968 after a run as an insert of the New York Herald Tribune and quickly made a place for itself as the trusted resource for readers across the country. With award-winning writing and photography covering everything from politics and food to theater and fashion, the magazine's consistent mission has been to reflect back to its audience the energy and excitement of the city itself, while celebrating New York as both a place and an idea.