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So You Want to be a Brain Surgeon? By Edited by Christopher Ward

So You Want to be a Brain Surgeon?
by Edited by Christopher Ward

Training is an area where specifics change quite rapidly and especially given the current context of the changing health service. The new edition of this textbook includes these changes in training, updated material on salaries, number of places and so forth and covers the emergence and recognition of new subspecialites.
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So You Want to be a Brain Surgeon? Summary


So You Want to be a Brain Surgeon?: A Medical Careers Guide by Edited by Christopher Ward

The indispensable guide to medical careers. Career guidance offered in most medical schools is limited in variety, detail and scope even though a medical degree offers career opportunities unrivalled by most professions. Many students graduate with no idea of their future career goals. The new edition of So You Want To Be a Brain Surgeon? provides a fun yet informative guide for all medical students and for all those considering a medical degree. The text has been radically updated to include more chapters, even more comprehensive psychiatry and anaesthetics sections, is more accessible to A-level students and new career algorithms have been introduced into the overviews for each section. Contributions from experts from a wide range of medical specialties offering information on the medical paths they have chosen. The inclusion of personal accounts offers a genuine impression of what it's like to work in each area User-friendly and fun job summary tables allow at-a-glance comparisons to be made between different jobs. For each specialty, practical advice is offered on the personal qualities needed, level of competition, salaries available, stress levels, and pros and cons. Contact addresses are included for further research.

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So You Want to be a Brain Surgeon? Reviews


So you want to be a Brain Surgeon? could be your smallest investment into your biggest decision. Black Bag (Bristol Medical School Gazette) So you want to be a Brain Surgeon? could just as easily have been titled "Everything you ever wanted to know about medical careers but were afraid to ask!" Northwing (University of Sheffield Medical School Gazette) So you want to be a brain surgeon? comes out on top as the best all rounder. In addition to its synopsis of some 80 careers, the book is also full of useful addresses and telephone numbers of various professional bodies (and not just in medicine), making it invaluable for ready reference. Student BMJ What a fantastic little book! This really is an indispensable careers guide. It covers just about all branches of medicine...the book is clearly laid out. All in all, I learned a great deal about our esteemed profession from this book, but most of all I discovered that if you want a job with minimal stress, don't become a brain surgeon! Cambridge Medicine

About Edited by Christopher Ward



Christopher Ward is a Plastic Surgeon, Richmond, London and Simon Eccles is a Specialist Registrar in Accident and Emergency, Whittington Hospital, London

Table of Contents


Postgraduate training and flexible training; Women in medicine; Medical research; Breast surgery and surgical oncology; Cardiothoracic surgery; Coloproctology and upper gastrointestinal surgery; ENT; Head and neck surgery; Maxillofacial surgery; Plastic reconstructive surgery; Hand surgery; Neurosurgery; Orthopaedic surgery; Special trauma surgery; Paediatric surgery; Transplant surgery; Urology; Vascular surgery; Obstetrics and gynaecology; Family planning and reproductive healthcare; Anaesthetics and intensive care; Practice of pain management; General Practice; Remote rural practice; Inner city practice; Accident and Emergency medicine; Audiological medicine; Cardiology; Care of the elderly; Clinical oncology; Clinical pharmacology; Dermatology; Endocrinology and diabetes; Gastroenterology; Genitourinary medicine; Infectious disease and tropical medicine; Medical oncology; Musculoskeletal medicine; Nuclear medicine; Neurology; Occupational health; Ophthalmology; Paediatrics; Palliative medicine; Public health medicine; Radiology: diagnostic and interventional; Renal medicine; Respiratory medicine; Rheumatology; Spinal injuries; Sports medicine; Psychiatry; Royal Navy; The Army; The Royal Air Force; Chemical Pathology; Forensic Pathology; Haematology; Histopathology and cytopathology; Immunology; Medical microbiology; Transfusion medicine; Virology; Anatomy; Clinical genetics; Physiology; Medical research charities; Pharmaceutical medicine; Medical devices; Complementary medicine; Civil service; Prison medical service; Medical management and politics; Medical education; Medical defence organisations; Law; Medical ethics; Medical journalism; Working overseas; International health exchange; Voluntary service overseas; Christian medical work overseas; Ship's doctor

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GOR001617156
So You Want to be a Brain Surgeon?: A Medical Careers Guide by Edited by Christopher Ward
Edited by Christopher Ward
Used - Very Good
Paperback
Oxford University Press
2001-05-03
262
0192630962
9780192630964
N/A
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