The Toronto Notes is an up-to-date, concise and comprehensive 1400-page review of 29 medical specialties. The University of Toronto graduating medical class, under the guidance of faculty specialists, revises each chapter of the book annually. The original goal of the book was to prepare graduating medical students for the Medical Council of Canada Qualifying Examination. However, over the past 29 years it has become an essential study guide for medical students at all levels, as well as a guide for the USMLE Step 2 exam.
Toronto Notes 2011 includes some exciting new changes that have been made to help students on the wards, and as they prepare for the their medical licensing exam. This year, with the package, customers will receive:
A concise textbook with in-depth coverage of 29 medical specialties
Extensive updating of material with the most up-to-date evidence-based medicine (EBM) reviews and standard of care guidelines available
A clinical reference guide in three separate pocket reference guides that are perfect to carry on the wards and highlight common clinical management scenarios and differential diagnoses