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Intern Survival Guide

For Internal Medicine and Family Medicine Residents

By Thein Tun Aung, Shelini Sooklal (Contributions by), Swezinmar Oo

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Format: Paperback, 80 pages
Published In: United States, 16 May 2014
2017-2018 update. This little booklet has been fully revised this year. Two overlapped sections ("Additional things for admission order" and "floor orders") are finally combined. Some redundant sections are removed based on the feedback we received. More management sections (such as managing acute alcohol intoxication, sepsis, renal failure, etc) are added. New section on "Introduction to Cardiology Procedures" is added. All the sections are edited and at least one-third of the book has changed. This book was conceptualized after observing the struggles of interns during the first months of residency. As new medical graduates or foreign graduates, the transition to residency can be a daunting one. The tips and advice suggested in this book initially started out as a 2-page list. After rave reviews from interns at our hospital, it was expanded to include practical advice on a range of situations encountered by interns daily. The authors hope these pointers can empower new interns to approach the coming months with confidence and ever-increasing competence. Revised and updated. May 2015

About the Author

Dr. Edward Samuel Roberto is a graduate from The Wright State University Boonshoft School of Medicine, Dayton, Ohio. Previously, he studied abroad at Oxford University in England, and is a member of The American Osler Society. Currently, he is in Internal medicine residency (2015-2018). Dr. Roberto is passionate about medical education. He will be pursuing Cardiology and then Invasive Fellowship. Dr. Htun Latt is a graduate from Institute of Medicine, Mandalay, Myanmar, who is currently an internal medicine resident (2014-2017) at Reno, Nevada. He will continue to become a chief resident and pursue Cardiology Fellowship. Dr. Swe Zin Mar Win Htut Oo, an internal medicine resident (2015-2018) at Easton Hospital, Pennsylvania. She is applying for Nephrology fellowship in 2017. Dr. Thein Tun Aung graduated from University of Medicine (2) Myanmar (2001 - 2007), completed an Internal Medicine residency at Easton Hospital, Pennsylvania (2011 - 2014), and currently in the Cardiology fellowship at Wright State University, Dayton, Ohio (2014-2017). He will receive further training in Electrophysiology at University of Iowa (2017-19).

EAN: 9781499579680
ISBN: 1499579683
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
Dimensions: 20.32 x 12.7 x 0.43 centimetres (0.11 kg)
Age Range: 15+ years
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