Tuesday, April 12, 2011

Medstudy 2005 Video Board Review of Internal Medicine - Gastroenterology / Hepatology Video

GASTROENTEROLOGY / HEPATOLOGY portion of Medstudy Video Lectures.
This 2005 edition features nearly 50 hours of presentations recorded at MedStudy’s 2005 live IM Intensive Board Review: 10 DVDs. Videos use picture-in-picture view so you can see, simultaneously, the speaker and all the images he or she projected during the lecture. Includes syllabus that holds comprehensive outlines of lectures, a printout of virtually every text, diagram and table slide the speakers used, and the questions and answers from two Board-simulation practice exams given at the Intensive.
Over 600 pages and all of it relevant and useful for video watching and study / review! DVDs have on-screen topic selection menu for easy locating of subject matter. Topics covered in the DVD set are: Cardiology, Dermatology, Endocrinology, Gastroenterology, General Internal Medicine, Hematology, Infectious Disease, Nephrology, Neurology, Oncology, Pulmonary Medicine, and Rheumatology.
If you are thinking of taking a live Internal medicine board review course, this is the perfect material to purchase. Going to a live Internal medicine board review course is very expensive. The fee is usually more than $ 1,000 and the board review course is given over five to seven days. You have to shell out additional expenses for airfare and hotel rooms, not to mention the food. Also, you have to be away from your family in some medical boot camp. While many residents like live Internal medicine board review courses, the human attention span is limited to a couple of hours. So an eight-hour day for seven consecutive days doesnt help. Instead buy the Internal medicine board review videos in the early part of your second year residency (PGY 2) and you can watch them several times at your convenience. It is usually the same lectures from a live Internal medicine board review course, videotaped for your convenience. Since you are buying the board review videotapes well before the ABIM boards, you may think that the data may become old. ABIM Internal medicine board exam questions usually are based on well-established medical information. So don’t expect any new research articles to turn up in the ABIM exam questions. It usually takes one or two years for new data to get included into the ABIM board exam question bank
GASTROENTEROLOGY / HEPATOLOGY CD 1 (Combine all parts using WINRAR Program – No Password)
GASTROENTEROLOGY / HEPATOLOGY CD 2 (Combine all parts using WINRAR Program – No Password)
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