Description - Training in Surgery by Matthew Gardiner
Oxford Specialty Training is a brand new series and the first to take account of the new training structure and syllabuses, as introduced by the Modernising Medical Careers initiative. Training in Surgery is designed to be a complete curriculum guide to specialty training in surgery, covering the material taught during the first two years of training, as well as the topics examined as part of Royal College membership. Written by both trainees who are currently completing their specialty training, and senior practitioners, the information is accurate, comprehensive and at the appropriate level. Easy navigation is combined with discrete double-page spreads on individual topics allowing rapid access to information. This is complemented by full colour illustrations including high quality clinical photographs, imaging and diagrams, to aid visual memory of the topics. Breakout boxes discuss controversial topics, show techniques, and list relevant references.
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(264mm x 195mm x 19mm)
Oxford University Press
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Author Biography - Matthew Gardiner
Matthew Gardiner trained at both Cambridge and Oxford Universities. After house jobs he went on to demonstrate anatomy at University College London before completing his basic surgical training. He is now pursuing a career in plastic and reconstructive surgery and has recently started a PhD at Imperial College London. Neil Borley trained at Guy's Hospital Medical School, Cambridge, Canterbury and Oxford, he is a Consultant Colorectal Surgeon with an interest in the education and training of undergraduate and postgraduate students of basic sciences and surgery as well as being an examiner in surgery.