Clinical Resources

When it's time to put the knowledge into context

When it’s time to put the knowledge into context

This is what you’ve been waiting for: putting the textbook knowledge into practice, as you get thrown into a hospital and sholved behind a blue curtain. It is true, that putting a human to the disease is the best way to remember it.

What are the essentials to know as you rotate through the basics in the clinical years?

Depends on what stage of your training you’re up to. Your clinical years will be vastly different, depending on the locations of your rotations, and the teachers you come across in each. Check out these links for rotation-specific resources that might help out.

general medicine

surgery

intensive care

anaesthetics

cardiology

respiratory

neurology

nephrology

urology

ophthalmology

dermatology

infectious diseases

haematology

O&G

Paediatrics

General Practice

Mental Health

Geriatrics & Palliative care

Transition to Internship

What have we missed? What do you want to see here?

The above sections are by no means complete. Check out LITFL resources to look for more of what you need.

David Townsend has also spent time putting together a fantastic list.

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