The Edmonton Manual
Canada’s most effective OSCE study guide
Every medical student in Canada must pass Objective Structured Clinical Examinations to become a doctor – but OSCEs are not easy to prepare for, and study aids specifically suited to the tests are few and far between.
The Edmonton Manual is the best OSCE study aid available, and an invaluable resource for every medical student in Canada.Order Now
The Edmonton Manual has been designed to help you ace your OSCEs: divided by medical specialty, more than 140 common clinical scenario are presented in a concise, easy to read two-page format.
Each two-page spread relates to a chief complaint. From diagnostic criteria, differential diagnosis, focused history and physical exam, to relevant investigations and management, everything you need to excel at each clinical scenario is provided.
- Family Medicine Sheny Khera MD CCFP MPH, Assistant Professor, Department of Family Medicine, University of Alberta
- Internal Medicine Rith Chea MD FRCPC , Assistant Clinical Professor, Division of General Internal Medicine, University of Alberta
- Obstetrics & Gynecology Sujata Chandra MD FRCSC, Associate Professor, Department of Obstetrics & Gynecology, University of Alberta
- Pediatrics Melanie Lewis BN MD MEd FRCPC, Associate Professor, Department of Pediatrics, University of Alberta
- Psychiatry Jorge Perez-Parada BSc MD MSc FRCPC, Assistant Professor, Department of Psychiatry , University of Alberta
- Surgery Kamran Fathimani BSc MD FRCSC FACS, Assistant Professor, Department of Surgery , University of Alberta
- Physical Exam and PHELO Lisa J. Steblecki MD MPH CCFP, Associate Professor, Department of Family Medicine, University of Alberta
2014 Editorial Team
- Editor-in-Chief Brent Turner, BSc
- Senior Editor Nikhil Raghuram PhD
- Junior Editor Mark McKinney BSc, Marvi Cheema BSc
- Publishing Editor Susie Lindquist BA, BSc
- Associate Editors Henrique Fernandes BSc, Haran Yogasundaram BSc
2013 Editorial Team
- Editor-in-Chief David Lesniak PhD
- Senior Editor Anthony Lott BSc
- Junior Editor Brent Turner BSc
- Associate Editors Lina Wang MD, Henrique Fernandes BSc
The Edmonton Manual is the premier study aid for the OSCEs, and a perfect way to study for the College of Family Physicians (CCFP) exam, as well as Part I/II of the Licentiate of the Medical Council of Canada (LMCC).
The Edmonton Manual is a reliable resource for patient encounters in the clinic, on the wards or in the emergency room. With additional chapters on essential clinical skills (EKGs, blood work, radiology) and physical examination, the Edmonton Manual is an important bedside tool for all physicians in training.
Advantages of the Edmonton Manual
- Over 140 scenarios, covering all major specialties: family medicine, internal medicine, surgery, obstetrics & gynecology, pediatrics, and psychiatry.
- Updated Third Edition featuring revised “to the point” content with new figures and tables
- Red Flags focus your attention on sinister differentials.
- Includes chapters on Essential Clinical Skills, Physical Examination and Population Health, and the Ethical, Legal, and Organizational aspects of medicine (PHELO).
- Easy to follow, two-page approach summarizes your history and physical and provides relevant workup and management of common diagnoses.
- Abbreviated formatting allows for a quick review targeted specifically for OSCE preparation.
The Edmonton Manual is a vital tool for all medical students, no matter their year of study, and will continue to be a valuable reference as you move into residency and beyond.
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