Oaks Hospital Consultant, Mr Duncan McRae, co-authors ENT ‘exam bible’ for Doctors
Key Topics in Otolaryngology was initially conceived by Mr McRae and two other authors/editors, Mr Nick Roland and Mr Andrew McCombe nearly 25 years ago as a revision guide for our ENT FRCS but they decided to include much basic, first principle, information so that GPs and Junior Doctors doing an ENT placement would find it a useful guide for treating their ENT patients.
There was so much information available that they decided to precis this to 100 topics of 1000 evidence based words. The first two editions were labelled the “exam bible” by trainees but they were very pleased it was used so much by GPs too and were encouraged by their fantastic feedback.
They have already had similar feedback from their latest third edition too, much revised in view of the constant updating available evidence. To this end, it keeps the authors ‘current’ in their ENT practice and they hope those who read it find it valuable in managing their ENT patients.
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