Book Review: Emergency Medicine MCQs

A new book has been released by a group of FACEMs to help with the MCQ component of the ACEM Fellowship exam.  Emergency Medicine MCQs is a new book of MCQs specifically written to address all of the components of the core curriculum.  On average there are around 20-40 MCQ’s per topic, (more for the expert level/common topics, less for the low level topics), and a lot of effort has been made to ensure answers are detailed, evidence based (from recommended texts, journals and web based resources), and contain core knowledge in an easy to understand format.

There is also apparently an an app on the way, which will have 180 random MCQ’s (arranged into 3 x 60 question real exam format MCQ papers), which will be very useful as well.

Available at Amazon and Fishpond, and for those that use a kindle you can click this link: Emergency Medicine MCQs (Kindle Edition)

MCQs are hard to prepare for, so any help you can get for this notoriously difficult section the better, so check out this book and let us know what you think. And remember to log in to our members area and read my article on studying for and answering MCQ’s.

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