Mcem Part C 110 Osce Stations

Author: Kiran Somani
Editor: JP Medical Ltd
ISBN: 1907816666
File Size: 57,31 MB
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MCEM Part C: 110 OSCE Stations offers a complete and practical skills guide for trainees preparing for the MCEM OSCE exam. Presented in a clear layout, chapters are mapped to the exam circuit to provide structured revision in all the syllabus topics. Featuring a wealth of practice stations, this book provides the essential clinical knowledge and practical skills necessary to succeed in the MCEM Part C OSCE exam. 110 practice stations, reflecting the breadth of skills and topics tested in the actual exam Provides concise summaries of all the stations examined, including history taking, communication skills and procedures Addresses every aspect of the exam, including the circuit, content and marking Highly illustrated to improve understanding of key concepts

Revision Notes For Mcem

Author: Victoria Stacey
Editor: OUP Oxford
ISBN: 0191631698
File Size: 13,60 MB
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This is the only book that MCEM candidates will need to pass the MCEM Part B exam. This revision guide is framed around the most recent CEM syllabus, focusing on all the components of the exam. Each section of the book is tailored to match different elements of the syllabus, allowing candidates to revise efficiently and comprehensively. This concise revision tool is completely up-to-date, reflecting the latest developments in the examination. High quality artwork and a bullet-point style help candidates to absorb information quickly. It also includes over 35 short answer questions enabling candidates to gain invaluable exam practice. Exam tips are included throughout the book to help candidates improve their exam technique.

Religio Licita

Author: Görge K. Hasselhoff
Editor: de Gruyter
ISBN: 9783110406559
File Size: 41,95 MB
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This volume examines the pertinence of the designation religio licita to Judaism and its relevance for describing the relationship between the Roman state and Judaism. This question applies not only to Judaism but also to the process of differentiat