Medical Self-Study Questions available via Access Databases

AccessMedicine, AccessEmergency Medicine, and AccessSurgery all offer  a variety of self-study questions derived from core medicine textbooks such as Harrison’s Principles of Internal Medicine: Self-Assessment and Board Review, Williams Obstetrics Study Guide,  McGraw-Hill Specialty Board Review:  Tintinalli’s Emergency Medicine Examination& Board Review, Schwartz’s Principles of Surgery ABSITE and Board Review and much more.   In addition to clinical self-study questions, there are also basic sciences questions which include neuroanatomy, endocrine physiology, medical physiology, GI physiology and many more.

Visit the WHSC Library’s Clinical Resources page to link out to AccessMedicine, AccessEmergency Medicine and AccessSurgery. Look under the Self-Study section available on each site.

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