Medical, Education & Training
Teaching Perinatal Care: A Practical Guide
by Anne Biringer, Sabrina Kolker and Warren Rubenstein
This multi-authored handbook—the first of its kind—focuses on methods and strategies for teaching perinatal care. Each chapter is inspired by presentations and workshops presented at the biennial National Forum on Teaching Competence in Family ...
La Enseñanza Médica en la Atención Ambulatoria
by Warren Rubenstein M.D. and Yves Talbot M.D.
Los autores de este texto tienen treinta y cinco años de experiencia docente en este campo, y este libro refleja la profundidad de dicha experiencia. Los autores has presenciado y estudiado la expansión de la literatura en este campo, y la han ...
A Survival Guide for Physicians by Malcolm Ogborn
In a creative yet straightforward fashion, Dr. Malcolm Ogborn provides a valuable and insightful resource that can support professionals, particularly physicians, who find themselves thrust into leadership roles requiring knowledge and skills that ...
The Origin and Development of the VGH Vascular Surgery Division by York N. Hsiang
Audible Bleeding, The Origin and Development of the VGH Vascular Surgery Division describes the development of vascular surgery in Vancouver from its inception in 1978 to 2020. The book examines how and why vascular surgery developed into its own ...
Medicine in Wilderness by Iradj Maany
This book is the memoir of a young physician who is assigned to a remote village in Iran. With limited resources available to him he manages to do his best. He faces many adventures during his tenure. Understanding the culture of the indigenous was ...
Politics, Personalities, and Persistence
One Hundred Years of Psychiatric Nursing Education in Manitoba by Beverley Clare Williams Hicks
Politics, Personalities, and Persistence tells the story of the evolution of registered psychiatric nursing in the province of Manitoba. This comprehensive account traces the distinct profession’s transition from the asylums of Manitoba, where for ...
Ten Tips for Passing the OSCE
A Practical Guide For Success In The Objective Structured Clinical Examinations by Mohsin Rashid
The Objective Structured Clinical Examination (OSCE) has become the predominant method of assessing clinical competence. Taking an OSCE is a skill which needs to be learned. Medical curriculum provides little formal training in this area. Rather ...
Academic Life As Seen By Others
by Charles Lekic
We all have a favourite teacher we remember fondly. That special teacher who brought their subject matter to life. The teacher who made sure we ‘got it’. The one who went out of their way to support their students and encourage their learning. The ...
Mohawks on the Nile
Journey of the Warrior Spirit by Joe Jacobs, M.D.
The inclusion of Mohawks and the Nile River in the same sentence seems a bit incongruous. American Indians in general and Mohawks in particular have remained relatively anonymous throughout contemporary American society. Joe Jacobs, whose mother was ...