1: Abdominal surgery 2: Cardiology 3: Care of the Elderly 4: Critical Care and anaesthesia 5: Dermatology 6: Endocrinology 7: ENT surgery 8: Environmental medicine and toxicology 9: Gastroenterology 10: Haematology 11: Infectious diseases 12: Maxillofacial surgery 13: Metabolic conditions 14: Musculoskeletal conditions 15: Neurology and psychiatry 16: Obstetrics and gynaecology 17: Ophthalmology 18: Paediatrics 19: Respiratory medicine 20: Trauma 21: Urology 22: Vascular emergencies
Ashis Banerjee is a retired consultant in emergency medicine, who has worked in this capacity in north and south London for twenty-five years. He was an examiner for both MRCEM and FRCEM examinations. Anisa J. N. Jafar is an Emergency Medicine trainee in the North West of England. She has previously gained the MRCP(UK) and has a broad interest in Global Health having completed a Diploma in Tropical Medicine and spent some time working outside of the UK. She is due to complete her PhD, which focusses on international medical documentation during sudden onset disasters, by summer 2019. Following this she will either return to complete the last two years of Emergency Medicine training, or combine it with a Clinical Lectureship. Angshuman Mukherjee is a Consultant in Emergency Medicine and Clinical Director at Barnet Hospital, Royal Free London NHS Foundation Trust. He is departmental lead for Quality Improvement and provides services to the Trust as a Quality Improvement Coach. Christian Solomonides is a Consultant in Emergency Medicine and Trauma Director at Barnet Hospital, Royal Free London NHS Foundation Trust. He is NCEL Regional Lead for Ultrasound and also works as a Crowd Doctor for Emirates Stadium, the home of Arsenal FC. Erik Witt is a consultant in Emergency Medicine at Barnet Hospital, Royal Free London NHS Foundation Trust. He completed his bachelors degree in Biochemistry at Boston College (MA,USA) prior to his medical career. He is an ALS and APLS instructor and the NCEL deputy lead for ultrasound.
This book is of high value for trainees preparing for the FRCEM and is also of good value for other trainees taking equivalent exams. It covers the essentials of treatment in appropriate depth and is a quick read with bulleted information. 4 Stars. * Tracy Marko, Doody's Reviews *