Anesthesiology Oral Board Flash Cards PDF
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You have made a commitment to becoming an outstanding anesthesiologist. With these flash cards and some regular practice, you will easily gain the skills to become a decisive anesthesiologist who demonstrates wisdom, judgment, and skill in prioritizing, and whois well-respected by their peers, surgical colleagues, and patients.
There are many different ways that anesthesiology residents prepare for end-of-training examinations in addition to life as an attending or consultant. Examples include studying texts, reading journals, going over old questions, and undergoing mock oral examinations from local faculty.
Others choose to attend “crash courses” of oral board preparation where they are advised to skirt tricky issues, hedge their bets, and “game the system.” Wait a minute. What the…? “Game the system??!!!” Is that really the kind of anesthesiologist that you want to be? Someone that does not really know all the answers but can spread it on pretty thick? How is that going to save your patient’s life at 3 a.m. when you are the only person managing their critical illness? It is especially important that at 3 a.m. you are able to fall back on a set of principles that guide you through information- gathering, synthesis, prioritizing, decision making, and reevaluation. In this collection of flash cards, we present a method of learning material and preparation that is tried and true, and will help you to both ace the oral examination and, more importantly, continue to think critically throughout your lifelong practice.
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