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MCQs and Revision Aid in Occupational Medicine

By Ken Addley

CRC Press – 1995 – 128 pages

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    978-0-7506-2394-0
    August 9th 1995

Description

Occupational medicine has become of increasing importance as a result of the extensive health and safety legislation in the UK. This self test book offers comprehensive coverage for medical practitioners studying for the Royal College of Physicians associateship (and its equivalents) and general practioners studying for the Diploma ofthe Faculty of Occupational Physicians.



Occupational Medicine is becoming increasingly relevant not least as a result of the extensive health and safety legislation, with many entering the speciality at various levels of involvement and from multi-disciplinary backgrounds. MCQs are a valuable



method of revising and are also an established part of many higher examinations. * This book provides those new to the speciality or intending to sit examinations with an excellent means of testing knowledge and prompting areas for further reading. *



It also provides those established in the field with a method of reviewing and refreshing the knowledge of this rapidly expanding area. * There are 250 questions covering all aspects of occupational medicine including epidemiology, statistics, stress, legislation and toxicology. The questions are based upon the AFOM and Diploma in Occupational Medicine, London and the LFOM and MFOM, Dublin examination syllabuses, however all those with an interest in occupational health will find the questions an invaluable revision aid.""

Name: MCQs and Revision Aid in Occupational Medicine (Paperback)CRC Press 
Description: By Ken Addley. Occupational medicine has become of increasing importance as a result of the extensive health and safety legislation in the UK. This self test book offers comprehensive coverage for medical practitioners studying for the Royal College of Physicians...
Categories: Medicine, Occupational & Environmental Medicine, Occupational Health and Safety