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Mnemonics and Study Tips for Medical Students: Two Zebras Borrowed My Car: Two Zebras Borrowed My Car

Mnemonics and Study Tips for Medical Students: Two Zebras Borrowed My Car: Two Zebras Borrowed My Car (Paperback)

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What better way to remember the branches of the facial nerve than the mnemonic Two Zebras Borrowed My Car! This is just one of the many mnemonics included by the author to help you remember facts you may need in your exams and medical career; see inside for the alternative version considered too risquA(c) to print on the cover...A new edition of this fun pocket-sized guide featuring mnemonics and study tips to help you retain those all-important medical facts! An essential read for every medical student Mnemonics And Study Tips For Medical Students will also be invaluable to students of pharmacy, nursing and allied health subjects.

EducationCareers & StudyingStudy & learning skills: generalMedical & VeterinaryMedical study & revision guides & reference materialMedical study & revision guidesMedical & VeterinaryMedicine: general issues Publisher: Taylor & Francis Ltd Publication Date: 30/05/2008 ISBN-13: 9780340957479  Details: Type: Paperback Format: Books
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Khalid Khan, BSc(Pharmacy) MRPharmS MBBS(London) DRCOG DFFP DCH DCM(Beijing). Khalid is a GP Principal in Croydon, UK, as well as a GP Trainer, Tutor and Assessor. He is also an undergraduate tutor for King's College Medical School, an SSM tutor for St George's University, a former board member and educational lead for South Croydon Primary Care Group, a Fellow of the Chinese Medical Institute and Register, and Medical Adviser to the Society of Medical Neuro-Linguistic Programming and the International Journal of Acupuncture. Dr Khan is also a registered pharmacist.

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